Punjab Chief Minister Mr. Parkash Singh Badal today expressed profound grief and sorrow over the sad demise of cultural icon Mr. Jagdev Singh Jassowal (80), who breathed his last after a brief illness at a Private Hospital in Ludhiana this morning. He is survived by a wife and two sons.
BJP’s morality at stake over the issue of seeking Majithia’s resignation after summoned by ED
Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) has two faces of its morality on issue of resignation of Bikram Singh Majithia, Revenue Minister whom Enforcement Directorate (ED) has summoned in the drug trafficking scam. 
Bajwa demands Majithia’s resignation for his alleged involvement in drug smuggling
The Punjab Congress President Mr Partap Singh Bajwa today demanded resignation of the Revenue Minister Mr Bikram Singh Majithia for having been summoned by the Enforcement Directorate to appear on December 26 in the drug smuggling racket which had rocked the state months back. 
Army intensifies its attacks on terrorists hideouts; 45 killed
Security forces killed at least 45 terrorists across the country on Saturday, as campaign against militants intensifies.
According to reports, at least five Taliban, including a key commander, were killed in a clash with security forces in the frontier region of Peshawar.

Padam Bhusan awardee Chatwal gets three-year probation for violations of poll laws
Seventy-year-old New York hotelier Sant Singh Chatwal whom india honoured by conferring on him Padam Bhushan gets three year probation and a US dollar 500,000 fine on charges of illegally donating thousands of dollars to political campaigns. 
Sham Singh elected Pakistan Gurdwara panel head for third time
Sham Singh, 78 (Born on December 11, 1936), has been elected President of the Pakistan Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (PSGPC) for one year term for the third time. He was unanimously elected as president at theelection held at Nanakana Sahib last week. 
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Vote in large number to keep communal parties at bay: Farooq

President National Conference, Dr Farooq Abdullah Thursday said huge number of people should take part in the democratic process to defeat the divisive agenda of BJP. In a fax message to people of Jammu from London, Dr Farooq appealed them to vote in large numbers and defeat the ‘divisive agenda of communal parties like BJP who are hell bent upon to destroy the secular fabric of the state.

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