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Punjab Politics: Charanjit Singh Channi to Take Oath As CM Today

The swearing-in ceremony of Channi is going to be held in Chandigarh. This is the first time Punjab is going to have a Dalit CM. Channi is a three-time Member of the Legislative Assembly(MLA) from the Chamkaur Sahib constituency.

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Congress Releases List Of Additional Office-Bearers For U.P. Unit

The party also appointed 11 additional general secretaries and 28 secretaries in the State unit.

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EAM S Jaishankar Discusses Afghan Developments With Saudi Counterpart

Al Saud arrived here on Saturday evening on a three-day visit. It is the first ministerial visit from Saudi Arabia to India since the outbreak of the pandemic.

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PDP To Fight Upcoming Assembly Elections In Jammu And Kashmir: Mehbooba Mufti

Mehbooba has made it clear time and again that she herself is not going to fight the assembly elections as her objective is to seek restoration of Article 370 of the Constitution which was abrogated by the BJP-led government in August 2019.

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Charanjit Singh Channi Elected As New Punjab Chief Minister

The development comes a day after Congress veteran Amarinder Singh resigned as chief minister amid a bitter power tussle with state Congress chief Navjot Singh Sidhu.

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Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa To Be The Next Punjab CM, After Captain's Exit

As per the sources, Randhawa will have two Deputy CM. A 62-year-old, and three-time Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA), Randhawa, who is from Gurdaspur district is the outgoing Jails and Co-operation Minister.

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Sukhjinder Randhawa Set To Become The Next Chief Minister of Punjab

After discussion with the Punjab MLAs, AICC has proposed the name of Sukhjinder Randhawa for the post of CM.

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Amarinder Singh Resigns As Punjab CM

He submitted his resignation along with that of his council of ministers, his media advisor said.

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No Need For Covid Booster Doses In India At This Stage, Say Experts

Immunologist Satyajit Rath said that less than 15 per cent of Indian adults have been vaccinated with two doses, and this clearly means that all Indians who are more vulnerable to infection have not yet necessarily gotten two doses.

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NCC Revamp Programme: Anand Mahindra Says Looking Forward To New Assignment To Make It More Relevant

Mahindra has been named in a 15-member panel constituted by the defence ministry to carry out a comprehensive review of the National Cadet Corps (NCC) in order to make it more relevant.

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BMC Asks People To Undergo COVID-19 Test On Returning To Mumbai After Ganpati Festival

The civic body has set up 266 centres offering free RT-PCR tests to people who have returned to Mumbai after celebrating Ganpati festival

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Amarinder Singh Decides To Quit As Punjab CM: Sources

The AICC gave its nod to the meeting of the CLP, being held at 5 pm at the Punjab Congress office in Chandigarh, after over 50 MLAs wrote to the party high command that Amarinder Singh be replaced as chief minister.

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CBSE To Conduct Central Teacher Eligibility Test Between Dec 16-Jan 13

Candidates have to apply online only through the CTET website. The online application-process will be start on September 20 and end on October 19.

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Schools Closed In Leh As Ladakh Reports 71 New Covid-19 Cases

The students have to undergo home quarantine along with their family members for seven days irrespective of their results, the order said, adding that "any violation of the directions shall invite strict action under relevant sections of DM Act, 2005."

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Excited About Joining TMC, Will Work For Bengal''s Development: Babul Supriyo

Supriyo had announced that he was quitting politics. He was later persuaded against resigning as a Lok Sabha member even as the singer-turned-politician insisted that he would no longer be part of active politics.

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