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Capt Amarinder Singh's 10 questions to Badals to nail their lies on farm bills

Punjab

Capt Amarinder Singh's 10 questions to Badals to nail their lies on farm bills

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Saturday asked the Badals 10 pointed and pertinent questions to nail the lies they have been perpetuating in the last few days to save their own faces on the Agriculture Bills, which they had openly and shamelessly supported since the Ordinances were brought in.
Modi government deceiving people by passing anti-farmer bills: Cabinet Minister Vijay Inder Singla

Punjab

Modi government deceiving people by passing anti-farmer bills: Cabinet Minister Vijay Inder Singla

CHANDIGARH: School education and public works minister Punjab Mr. Vijay Inder Singla, on Saturday, lashed out at the Modi government for deceiving people by passing three bills stating agriculture reforms as these bills will break the backbone of Punjab which is the food basket of India. The cabinet minister termed the bills anti-farmer and said that these bills would pose a major threat to the people connected agriculture, directly or indirectly. Mr. Singla said that to justify their move, BJP leaders were continuously distorting facts as per their political convenience.
Higher educational institutes to open in Punjab from Sept 21, school, colleges, coaching centers to remain shut

Punjab

Higher educational institutes to open in Punjab from Sept 21, school, colleges, coaching centers to remain shut

CHANDIGARH: In compliance with the directives of Unlock 4.0, issued by the Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), the Punjab Government on Saturday allowed the opening of higher education institutions for Ph.D scholars and post graduate students of technical and professional programmes requiring laboratories and experimental works from September 21. However, schools, colleges and coaching centres will remain closed.
Can ignoring old loyalists hurt BJP in Bihar?

National

Can ignoring old loyalists hurt BJP in Bihar?

PATNA:Ahead of Bihar polls, key officials with just two to five years' history in the party have been made team leaders in the state organisation. This may backfire for the Bharatiya Janata Party as old loyalists associated with it for 30 to 40 years have been asked to play second fiddle.