Articles on Jassi
- Decade of Glorious Journey - Hindustan Times Chandigarh - 2009
- Sikh Tycoon going home to clean up politics, The Sunday Times 10/02/2007
PATIALA: There was about 60 per cent voting in the Patiala Urban constituency which went to polls in the by-election held on Thursday. The polling, which was generally peaceful with massive deployment of police and security forces, started on a dull note and picked up as the day advanced.
Talwandi Sabo : Strongly condemning the “murderous attack” on the Congress candidate Harminder Singh Jassi in Raman Mandi on Thursday, the PPCC president Partap Singh Bajwa asserted that despite all excesses and violence, the Congress would retain this seat with a comfortable margin.
TALWANDI SABO: PPCC president Partap Singh Bajwa, on Tuesday, claimed that the result of the Talwandi Sabo byeelection would mark the beginning of the demolition of the Akali edifice in the state. He was addressing a rally here which was also attended by Pawan Kumar Bansal, former union minister.
PATIALA: Ahead of the Patiala Urban bypoll, Congress deputy leader in the Lok Sabha Captain Amarinder Singh cautioned police officers and the local administration against succumbing to the ruling Akali Dal’s “muscle and money power”, at the road show on Tuesday.
Patiala : After all the hullabaloo of hectic political activities, campaigning for the Patiala Urban byelection scheduled for August 21 came to an end today. All three political parties tried their best to woo the voters on the last day.
Patiala : Congress Deputy Leader in the Lok Sabha Capt Amarinder Singh today lashed out at Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal, saying he acted like “a frustrated anarchist”. He also said the SAD-BJP alliance did not have any vision.
Ferozepur : In a first-of-its-kind initiative, more than 150 jobless youths in border villages have been given eco-friendly rickshaws. Besides, soft loans have been sanctioned to another 100 youths from “non-banking villages” in the district.
TORONTO: Sikhs would not be exempted from wearing helmets while riding motorcycles in Canada’s east-central Ontario province, premier Kathleen Wynne has said, citing safety reasons.