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Polls put economist on centrestage of Punjab politics

CHANDIGARH: Is there a 'Sardara Singh Johl' factor in Punjab politics? The 88-year-old chancellor of Central University of Punjab (CUP) at Bathinda, has lately turned into a key figure, influencing the agenda of AAP and the Congress, besides leaders ... Times of India, 1 week ago

Economist Dr Sardara Singh Johl snubs AAP offer

 Indian Express2 weeks ago

Golden lads from Manipur behind India's good show

Chinglensana Singh (centre) celebrates after scoring a goal. REUTERS Chinglensana and Kothajit Singh are the silent force behind the superb showing of the Indian hockey team at the Rio Olympics. T hey are the two silent guys in the Indian ...
 Sunday Guardian Live1 month ago
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Why Sardar was relieved of captaincy

'By changing the captain I believe Sardar will play a much better Olympic Games. Sardar took the decision (of him being removed from captaincy) very sportingly. He understands what's required from him.' IMAGE: Captain of Indian men's hockey team PR Sreejesh with former captain Sardara Singh and other team members after the announcement of the squad for Rio Olympics. Photograph: PTI. In a significant but surprise move, senior goalkeeper PR Sreejesh was named captain of India’s ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

The palm route to Secretariat

Muktsar: Even as most halqa incharges of the ruling Shiromani Akali Dal are known for throwing their weight around, this one prefers to call himself a sewadar. A photo of Fatehgarh Sahib Akali leader Didar Singh Bhatti (in pic) is doing the rounds ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 week ago Ignored Taksali Akalis feel the pinch  Times of India4 weeks ago
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Weak monsoon in Punjab, parties clueless on impact

Chandigarh: Repeated failures of monsoon in Punjab have failed to find mention in the shrill political campaign in the run-up to the state assembly elections to be held in early 2017. While major political parties have built their poll pitch over ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Academician who taught economics through stories

A teacher who would teach economics through stories — that is how his students remember him. Former Vice-Chancellor of Punjabi University, Patiala, Prof HK Manmohan Singh, passed away last night. He was 89. He was working on his multi-volume ...
 Chandigarh Tribune2 weeks ago

Efforts Should Be Made For Helping Our Students & Youth To Succeed In Life - Deputy Commissioner

Deputy Commissioner Ravi Bhagat today said that there is a need to help and motivate the students and youngsters to study well and succeed in life so that they can also contribute in nation building. Bhagat said this while launching "Our Mentors" ...
 5 Dariya News - English3 weeks ago

Woman power makes India proud

Both Sakshi Malik and P.V. Sindhu will go down in history as two exceptionally outstanding women athletes who salvaged the pride of a medal hungry nation at the Rio Olympics, where India, for the first time, had sent a 120-member strong contingent.
 Sunday Guardian Live1 month ago

A little good, some jinx

FOUR years ago, around this time, I was in London to watch the summer Olympiad. I was quite at home in London. The language was familiar and there were a lot of people of Indian origin all around. The organisers of the Olympics planned the games ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 month ago
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