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'Right man in right party', Amarinder on Jakhar

'Right man in right party', Amarinder on Jakhar

Former Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Thursday congratulated former Punjab Congress chief Sunil Jakhar for joining the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), saying that the "right man is in the right party". He said more leaders are likely to desert the sinking ship of the Congress in the coming days.

'Right man in right party', Amarinder on Jakhar

Mann calls on Shah, seeks MSP on basmati, more CAPF companies

Mann calls on Shah, seeks MSP on basmati, more CAPF companies

The Chief Minister also sought a compensation of Rs 500 per quintal for low yield of wheat in the state. He said due to intense heat during this summer season, the wheat grains in Punjab have been damaged, adding it is the high time that farmers must be compensated for this damage by giving compensation.

Mann calls on Shah, seeks MSP on basmati, more CAPF companies

'Hand can also be weapon': SC on 1-year rigorous imprisonment for Navjot Singh Sidhu

'Hand can also be weapon': SC on 1-year rigorous imprisonment for Navjot Singh Sidhu

The top court noted it was urged that simply because it was a spontaneous incident where no weapon was used, but held that this cannot be a ground to inflict minimal and innocuous punishment of fine of Rs 1,000.

'Hand can also be weapon': SC on 1-year rigorous imprisonment for Navjot Singh Sidhu

UCP leadership race gears up after Alberta's Kenney announces resignation

UCP leadership race gears up after Alberta's Kenney announces resignation

Jean is one of two former leaders of the Wildrose Party, which merged with the Progressive Conservatives to form the UCP in 2017, to signal leadership intentions. He lost to Kenney in the inaugural UCP leadership race. 

UCP leadership race gears up after Alberta's Kenney announces resignation

17 likely monkeypox cases in Montreal: officials

17 likely monkeypox cases in Montreal: officials

On Wednesday, health officials in Massachusetts reported a monkeypox case in a man who had recently travelled to Canada. The man was in Montreal at the end of April to meet friends and returned in early May. Monkeypox typically begins with a flu-like illness and swelling of the lymph nodes, followed by a rash on the face and body.

17 likely monkeypox cases in Montreal: officials

Thousands on south coast in the dark after storm

Thousands on south coast in the dark after storm

Environment Canada says wind gusts of around 90 kilometres per hour were recorded off Victoria at the height of Wednesday's storm. BC Hydro reported about 121,000 customers lost power Wednesday and crews worked through the night, despite toppled trees that made access difficult in many areas.

Thousands on south coast in the dark after storm

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