5th International Kabaddi Cup February 2012 Live

5th International Kabaddi Cup on 8th February 2012 in Kot Gangu Rai Ludhiana.
Burj Hari
10 February 2012
Burj Hari Kabaddi Tournament 2012
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Nangal
4 March 2012
Nangal(Moga) Kabaddi Cup 2012

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31 January 2012
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5 February 2012
Dalla (Jagroan) Kabaddi Tournament Live Start at 11:30

Sidhwan
12 February 2012
13 February 2012
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Hathur
7 February 2012
Hathur (Jagraon) Kabaddi Cup 2012
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Its Polling Booth No. 106 Where The Feuding Badals Converge | Punjab Election News

BADAL: Located in a government school in Badal village of Lambi assembly seat in Punjab, polling booth No.106 may be a nondescript place but it turned out to be the battleground for the politically feuding first family of Punjab politics — the Badals.

As day broke over this village Monday morning, the polling booth became the most important address of Punjab politics as the state’s 117 assembly seats went for voting.

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Punjab Vidhan Sabha Election 2012 Results | Punjab Election 2012

Punjab Vidhan Sabha Election Results 2012
Punjab Vidhan Sabha Election 2012 Results
Punjab forms the northwest part of India. It’s capital is Chandigarh, which is a Union territory and also a capital of Haryana. A land of the people following Sikhism, Punjab is probably one fo the most cheerful and happy states in India.
In the political scenario, Punjab has four main parties , NDA and Congress. The NDA part comprises of Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) and Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP), while UPA is dominated mainly by the Congress. The SAD comprises of several break-away factions of what once was a unified Akali Dal. BJP has mainly played a supporting role, mainly trying to consolidate the Hindu votes in favour of the alliance. PPP is the most powerful party of Punjab, Head of PPP is Manpreet Singh Badal.
Some facts on Punjab Assembly Polls 2012:
State Total Constituencies Electoral Rolls Polling Stat.
Punjab 117 17433408 19724
Punjab Elections 2012 Date:
The state will go to polls in a single phase on 30th Jan 2012 and Punjab election results will be declared on 6th March 2012.
Polling Events Poll Dates
Issue of Notification 05.01.2012 (Thursday)
Last date for making Nominations 12.01.2012 (Thursday)
Scrutiny of Nominations 13.01.2012 (Friday)
Last date for withdrawal of candidature 16.01.2012 (Monday)
Date of Poll 30.01.2012 (Monday)
Counting of Votes 06.03.2012 (Tuesday)
Date before which election process shall be completed 09.03.2012 (Friday)

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Today's Technology As A Two Stripe Sword in Playing Its Role

Today's Technology As A Two Stripe Sword in Playing Its RoleTechnology is a jargon for “software” , ” hardware” or something that is too technical to name. Today , the enhancing technology plays an important role in increasing level of society. Technology has always been a major means for creating new physical and human environments. From the few previous years , technology has changed the lives of the the human and make it easier as a whole. Today , we are using the cell phones , computers and vehicles that makes our life a little bit faster. From the time we wake up , our breakfast can’t be completely compared without using technology.Almost everything is driven by the technology today. If , i would say that we are living at the technology then i think everyone agrees with me.

Technology plays an important role in the medical field too. We are finding faster ways of treatment for new illnesses and keep people alive during tough surgeries. We can’t defy the fact that we are surrounded bt the technology , and it is advancing very fast with the countless inventions and innovations. Technology has spread out its steps in the entertainment field too. There are many game consoles that we purchase and play today.The gaming technology is now being applied to our cell phones also to make calls , send texts , check mails and play some of  the latest games around. What we will fine in the years to come. There are infinite possibilities to make the like even more easy and convenient.

Today's Technology As A Two Stripe Sword in Playing Its Role

However , the technology is just like a two stripe sword. No doubt, it changes the life of the human beings in many ways but if it is not use properly , this could affect us in a bad way. The use of technology should have a limitation. We should use the technology , but never let the technology to use us.

Shoe thrown at Rahul Gandhi during a rally in Dehradun

Dehradun: A shoe has been thrown at Congress General Secretary and Amethi MP Rahul Gandhi during an election rally in Dehradun. One person has been detained for throwing the shoe.

Rahul Gandhi said that such attacks were not going to deter him.

Shoe thrown at Rahul Gandhi during a rally in Dehradun

“If some people think that throwing a shoe will deter me and force me to run away, them they are mistaken. Rahul Gandhi will not run away,” he said.

This is not the first such incident that took place during Rahul Gandhi’s campaign this election session.

On Saturday, January 21 two youths raised black flags and shouted slogans against corruption when Rahul Gandhi was addressing a poll rally at tribal-dominated Duddhi in Sonbhadra district of Uttar Pradesh.

Soon after their act, they were beaten up by some people attending the Adivasi Sashaktikaran Dhanyawad rally.

Police detained one of the youths Ajay Kumar Singh, who is said to be the supporter of yoga guru Ramdev.

Two days before the black flag incident, Rahul Gandhi On Thursday had to abruptly end his speech at a rally in Banda after some youths demonstrated with banners and posters demanding bringing back of black money stashed abroad.

Moreover, this was the second shoe attack that took place in Dehradun within a week.

On Saturday, January 21 a person hurled a shoe at Team Anna member Arvind Kejriwal at a public meeting in Dehradun itself. The shoe was hurled when Kejriwal was on his way to the stage, but before the team could realise anything, the attacker was whisked away by the police.

The man, identified as Kishan Lal, has been arrested. Lal said, allegedly this was in response or a reaction to Anna Hazare’s comment on the slap at Sharad Pawar, and he was reacting to that comment, which he perceived to be very insensitive.

Jay Leno's Harsh Comments On Harmandir Sahib

Jay Leno in The Tonight Show said Amritsar would be US presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s summer home and flashed a picture of Golden Temple, the holiest shrine of sikhs
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List Of All Candidates For Punjab Election 2012

List Of All Candidates For Punjab Election 2012– Punjab Vidhan Sabha Election 2012 List Of Candidates. List Of all MLA For Election 2012 in Punjab. PPP Candidates List, Shiromani Akali Dal Candidates List, BSP Candidates List, Congress List, BJP Candidates List in Punjab.

Constituency
Candidates
Abohar Kuldip Singh (BSP), Lakshami Bhadon (BJP), Sunil Kumar Jakhar (Cong), Barjinder Singh Nehra (SAD-A), Mr. Shiv Lal Doda (Ind), 
Adampur Sukhwinder Singh Kotli (BSP), Pawan Kumar (SAD), Dr. Rajbir Singh (BSP-A) ,Satnam Singh Kainth (Cong), Jagdish Kumar Jassal (PPP)
Ajnala  AMARPAL SINGH (SAD),Master Jagdish Singh (BSP), Jagdish Kaur (BSP-A), Amrik Singh Nangal (SAD-A),Harpratap Singh Ajnala(Cong), Gurmaj Singh Matharu (PPP)
Amargarh  Mohd. Arshad Dalli(BSP), Iqbal Singh (SAD), Ajit Singh Chandu Arayian(PPP) , Surjit Singh Dhiman (Cong), Amrik Singh Balewal (SAD-A), Balwant Singh (Ind)
Amloh Kuldeep Singh (BSP), Jagdeep Singh Cheema (SAD), Randeep Singh Nabha(Cong), Gurdial Singh Ghullumajra (SAD-A), Jagmeet Singh Sahota (PPP), Gurdev Singh (Ind)
Amritsar Central Cmd.Vijay Mishra(CPI-M), Tarun Chugg (BJP),Jagjit Dugal(BSP),O.P. Soni(Cong), Kewal Singh Amritsari (SAD-A)
Amritsar East Tarsem Bhola (BSP) ,Baldev Singh(CPI), Navjot Kaur (BJP), Sunil Datti (Cong), Sarbjeet Kaur Bhatia (Ind)
Amritsar North Manjit Singh Atwal (BSP), Anil Joshi (BJP), Davinder Singh Fatahpur (SAD-A),Karmjit Singh Rintu (Cong), Ramsharn Pal Sharma (PPP)
Amritsar South INDERBIR SINGH BOLARIA(SAD), Gurpratap Singh Tikka(IND), Satwant Singh (SAD-A), Jugal Mahajan (BSP), Jasbir Singh Dimpa (Cong), Jasbir Singh Sham (PPP)
Amritsar West Rohit Khokhar(BSP),Amarjeet Singh Ansal(CPI),Rakesh Gill (BJP),Raj Kumar Varka(Cong)
Anandpur Sahib Rashpal Raju(BSP),Gurdiyal Singh Dhar(CPI-M), Madan Mohan Mittal (BJP), Rana Kanwar Pal Singh  (Cong), Ranjit Singh Santokhgarh (SAD-A)
Atam Nagar Hira Singh Gabria (SAD), Simarjit Singh Bains (IND),Baldev Singh(BSP) ,Malkit Singh Birmi(Cong),   Tarsem Singh (LJP), Ajit Singh Khurana (PPP)
Attari Gulzar Singh(SAD), Bhajan Singh (BSP), Gurmeet Kaur (BSP-A),Tarsem Singh(Cong), Gulzar Singh Khasa (PPP)
Baba Bakala Kanwaljit Singh Khadoor Sahib (BSP-A),Ranjit Chajjalwadi(Cong),  Baljit Singh Bhatti (Ind), Dr. Shalwinder Singh (PPP), Lakha Singh  (SAD-A), Manjit Singh Manna (SAD)
Bagha Purana Sukhdev Singh (BSP), Maheshinder Singh (SAD),Harpal Singh Kussa (SAD-A) , Darshan Singh Brar (Cong), Gurpreet Singh (PPP)
Balachaur Chaudhary Nand Lal(SAD), Shiv Ram Pali(BSP),Rajwinder Singh Lucky(Cong), Chaudhary Darshan Lal (PPP)
Baluana Kashmir Singh (BSP), Gurtej Singh (SAD), Ratti Ram Ramsra (SAD-A), Giri Raj Rajoura (Cong), Ramesh Megh (PPP), Prakash Bhatti (Ind)
Banga Rajinder Singh(BSP),Tarlochan Singh(Cong), Mohan Singh Banga (SAD), Kamaljeet Nahar  (PPP)
Barnala Malkiat Singh Keetu (SAD),Kulwant Singh Lohghar(PPP),Harish Kumar(BSP), Kewal Singh Dhillon (Cong),
Batala Palwinder Singh (BSP), Yadwinder Singh Buttar (PPP), Ashwani Sekhri (Cong),  Lakhvir Singh Lodhi (SAD), Ranjit Singh  (SAD-A)
Bathinda urban Ranjit Ram (BSP), Sukhdeep Singh Bhinder (PPP), Harminder Singh Jassi (Cong), Omwati Balmiki (LJP), Sarup Chand Singla (SAD),
Bathinda Rural Darshan Singh Kotfatta (SAD),Surjeet Singh Sohi  (PPP) ,
Makhan Singh (Cong), Darshan Singh Daler (SAD-A)
Bassi Pathana Amar Nath Singh(BSP), Nirmal Singh (SAD), Dharam Singh Kalaurh (SAD- A), Smt. Harbans Kaur Dullo (Cong),Mahinder Pal Singh Jassan (PPP)

Bhadaur Darbara Singh Guru (SAD), Lachman Singh (BSP),Khushiya Singh  (PPP) , Mohd Sadique (Cong), Iqbal Singh Kala  (SAD-A)
Bhoa Amarjit Singh (BSP) , Ram Lal (Ind), Gurdev Dev (CPI-M),Seema Devi (BJP), Balvirram Fatehpuria (Cong)
Bholath  Jagir Kaur(SAD) ,Gurmeet Singh Nadhala(PPP), Rajinder Singh Fauji (SAD-A), Sukhpal Khaira (Cong), Jagpreet Singh(BSP)
Bhucho Mandi Ram Singh (BSP), Pritam Singh Kotbhai (SAD), Harwinder Singh Laddi (PPP), Ajab Singh Bhatti (Cong), Bibi Paramjit Kaur Khalsa (SAD-A), Raja Singh Siwia (LJP)
Budhlada Bagga Singh (BSP), Ranjit Kaur Bhatti(PPP), Cm. Bhagwant Singh (CPI-M), Amarjit Singh Khudal kalan (SAD-A), Satpal Singh Mulewala (Cong), Chetin Singh (SAD)
Chabbewal Sohan Singh(SAD), Guram Singh (BSP), Jagdish Singh Khalsa (SAD-A),Dr. Raj Kumar(Cong), Om Prakash (LJP), Ajaib Singh (PPP)
Chamkaur Sahib Rajinder Singh Raja (BSP), Jagmeet Kaur (SAD), Charanjit Singh Channi(Cong), Sukhjit Kaur (Ind), Sucha Singh Sartapur (SAD-A), Gurdeep Kaur Kandhola (LJP), Gurpreet Singh GP (PPP)
Dakha Surinder Singh (BSP),Daljeet Singh Sadarpura (PPP),Manpreet Aayali (SAD) , Jasbir Singh Khangura  (Cong)
Dasuya Adv.Bhupinder Singh Ghuman (PPP), Amarjeet Singh Shahi (BJP), Amarjit Singh Bhana (SAD-A), Ramesh Chander Dogra (Cong), Piara Lal(BSP)
Dera Baba Nanak SUCHA SINGH LANGAH(SAD), Prem Masih (BSP), Sukhjinder Randhawa(Cong), Phool Chand (CPI)
Dera-bassi N K Sharma (SAD), Shashit Sharma(BSP),Bhagwant Singh Baltana (PPP), Jasjit Singh Randhawa (Cong), Deepinder Singh Dhillon(IND), Manpreet Kaur Dolli (Ind)
Dharamkot Gurnam Singh (BSP), Kuldeep Singh  Dhos(PPP), Nishan Singh Musewal (SAD-A) , Kaka Surjit Singh Lohgarh (Cong), Tota Singh Dhos (SAD)
Dhuri Baljit Kaur Katron(BSP), Gobind Singh Longowal(SAD),Gaganjeet Singh Barnala(SAD-L), Subedar Hardev Singh Rajomajra (SAD- A), Arvind Khanna (Cong), Amar Singh
Dina Nagar Subhah Karry (CPI), B. D. Dupparh (BJP),Raman Kumar (BSP), Smt. Aruna Choudhary(Cong)
Dirbha Bant Singh (BSP), Balbir Singh Ghunas (SAD), Pala Singh Sidharh(BSP-A), Gurdip Singh Faguwala (SAD-A), Ajaib Singh Rataul (Cong), Rann Singh Mehlan  (PPP)
Faridkot Deep Malhotra (SAD), Kikar Singh(BSP), Surinder Singh Sandhu (SAD-A), Avtar Brar (Cong), Bhupinder Singh (PPP)
Fatehgarh Sahib Prem Singh Chandumajra (SAD), Tarlochan Singh (BSP), Didar Singh Bhatti (PPP) ,Kuljit Singh Nagra(Cong), Dr. Harbans Lal (Ind), Simranjit Singh Maan (SAD-A),Pardeep Malhotra (Ind),Lakhvir Singh Rai (Ind)
Fatehgarh Churhian Nirmal Singh Kahlon(SAD), Banwari Lal (BSP), Rajinder Bajwa(Cong), Kulwant Singh  (SAD-A)
Fazilka Dr. Mohan Singh (BSP), Surjit Jayani (BJP), Dr. Mohinder Rinwa(Cong), Jaswinder Singh Rocki (Ind), Surinder Singh (CPI), Jagir Singh Sona (SAD-A)
Firozepur City Didar Singh Sial (BSP), Sukhpal Singh Nannu (BJP), Boharh Singh Thind (SAD-A) , Parminder Singh Pinki(Cong), Mahinder Singh (LJP), Ravinder Singh Sandhu (Ind), Parminder Singh Mintu (PPP)
Firozepur Rural Harbans Singh (BSP) ,Smt. Satkar Kaur (Cong), Kapil (LJP), Joginder Singh Jindu (SAD), Hansa Singh  (PPP)
Garhshankar Gurlal Saila (BSP), Surinder Singh (SAD), cmd.Raghunath Singh(CPI-M), Gulwinder Singh Bains (SAD-A), Lov Kumar Goldy (Cong)
Ghanaur Harpreet Kaur (SAD), Baldev Singh (BSP), Harchand Singh Mandeana (SAD-A) , Madanlal Jalalpur (Cong), Lakhwinder Singh (CPI-M)
Giddar Baha Manpreet Singh Badal (PPP), Sheela Rani (BSP), Baldev Singh Warringh (SAD-A), Amarinder Singh Raja (Cong), Sant Singh Brar (SAD)
Gill Darshan Singh Shivalik (SAD),Balbir Singh(BSP), Malkiat Singh Dakha(Cong-sc), Manjit Singh (PPP)
Gurdaspur  GURBACHAN SINGH(SAD), Lalli Cheema (Ind),Parveen Kumar(BSP),Raman Behl(cong), Hardiyal Singh Gajnipur (PPP), Satnam Singh Dhariwal  (SAD-A)
Guru Harsahai Vardev Singh Mann (SAD), Raj Kumar Raju(BSP),Charanjeet Singh Changer  (PPP), Joginder Singh Betukadim (SAD-A) , Rana Gurmit Sodhi (Cong)
Hargobindpur Sukhwinder Singh(BSP), Des Raj Dhugga (SAD), Balvinder Singh Laddi(Cong), Sajjan Singh (LJP), Kashmir Singh Khunda (PPP)
Hoshiarpur Onkar Singh Jhamat (BSP), Tikshan Sood (BJP), Gurnam Singh Singrhiwala (SAD-A),Sunder Sham Arora(Cong), Kamal Choudry (PPP)
Jagraon Shiv Ram Kler(SAD),Major Singh (PPP),Ishar Singh Meherban (Cong), Beant Singh Khalsa (SAD-A)
Jalalabad Jagtar Singh (BSP),Malkiat Singh (Cong),  Raj Singh (PPP), Surinder Kumar Ghubaya (SAD-A), Sukhbir Badal(SAD),
Jandiala (SC) Des Raj(BSP),Shardul Singh(Cong), Baljeet Singh Jalalusma (SAD), Virsa Singh Layalpuri (PPP)
Jalandhar Cantt. Hardev Shant(BSP), Dharampal (BSP-A), Gurmukh Singh Jalandhri (SAD-A),Jagbir Singh Brar(Cong),  Baba Joginder Singh Johal (PPP), Pargat Singh (SAD)
Jalandhar Central Rajinder Singh(BSP), Manoranjan Kalia (BJP), Gurmit Singh Aulakh (SAD-A), Rajinder Beri (Cong), Kuldip Singh Oberoi (SAD), Kuldeep Singh Cheema (PPP)
Jalandhar North Hans Raj (BSP), Krishan Dev Bhandari (BJP), Avtar Henry (Cong)
Jalandher West Bachan Lal (BSP), Chunni Lal Bhagat (BJP), Suman Kaypee(Cong), Balwinder Singh (LJP), Raj Kumar (PPP)
Jaiton Joginder Singh Panjgrain (Cong), Gurmeet Singh Romana (LJP), Balbir Singh bahi(BSP), Jaskaran Singh Jaito  (SAD-A), Bibi Amarjeet Kaur (PPP)
Kapurthala Raghuveer Singh(PPP), Gurmeet Bittu (BSP-A),Charanjeet Hans(BSP), Rana Gurjeet Singh(Cong), Sarabjit Singh Makkar (SAD)
Kartarpur
Swarna Singh (SAD), Kamal Dev(BSP),Satpal (PPP), Swarn Singh (SAD-sc) ,Ch. Jagjit Singh(Cong-sc)
Khadoor Sahib  Ranjit Singh Brahmpura(SAD), Jagat Singh (BSP), Puran Chand Sekh (BSP-A), Sucha Singh Gagarbhana (SAD-A),Ramanjit Singh Sikki (Cong), Sukhwant Kaur (LJP), Balwinder Singh Thekedar  (PPP)
Khanna Nabhjot Singh (BSP), Ranjit Singh Talwandi (SAD), Gurpreet Singh Bhatti (PPP), Gurkirat Singh Kotli (Cong), Maha Singh (SAD-A)
Kharar Ujagar Singh Badali (SAD), Arjun Singh Kansal (BSP), Harnek Singh Guran (PPP),Jagmohan Singh Kang(Cong),  Harmesh Singh (SAD-A), Karnail Singh Kaili (IND)
Khem Karan Ranvir Singh (BSP), Sawaran Singh Dhun (PPP),Gurchet Singh Bhullar(Cong), Kulwinder Singh (LJP), VIRSA SINGH (SAD)
KotKapoora Mantar Singh Brar (SAD), Narinder Singh Rathor(BSP), Karmjit Singh Sikhanwala (SAD-A), Ripjit Brar (Cong), Boharh Singh Gharu (LJP), Pradeep Dhaliwal (PPP), Upinder Sharma (Ind)
Lambi Parkash Singh Badal(SAD),Gurdas Singh Badal (PPP), Parveen Kumari (BSP), Iqbal Singh Bariwala(SAD-A), MaheshInder Singh Badal (Cong), Kiranjit Singh Gehri  (LJP)
Lehar Gaga Jagjit Singh(BSP) ,Bibi Rajinder kaur Bhathal(Cong.), Sardool Singh Ramgarh (SAD-A), Sukhwant Singh Seron (SAD), Bhagwant Mann (PPP)
Ludhiana Central Satpal Gusain(BJP), R M John(BSP), Surender Dawar (Cong), Amarjit Singh Madaan (PPP)
Ludhiana East Ramanjit Lali (BSP),Gurmail Singh Pehalwan(Cong), Harwinder Singh Bhindar (SAD-A), Ranjit Singh Dhillion (SAD), Bharat Bhusan Thapper (PPP), Jagmohan Sharma (Ind)
Ludhiana North Parveen Bansal (BJP), Hans Raj Counslor (BSP), Rakesh Pandey(Cong), Pt. Anand Sharma (PPP)
Ludhiana South Giri Raj Dev Yadav(BSP), Hakam Singh Giyaspur (SAD), Ashok Prashar Pappi (Cong), Vibhor Garg (PPP)
Ludhiana West Prof. Rajinder Bhandari (BJP), Bharat Bhushan Ashu (Cong),  D P Mour (CPI)
Mahal Kalan Aatma Singh(BSP), Raj Singh Kheri (PPP), Baba Amarjit Singh (SAD-A), Gobind Singh (SAD), Harchand Kaur (Cong),  Shamsher Singh Badhan (LJP)
Majitha Bikram Singh Majithia (SAD) , Sheetal Singh(BSP), Balwinder Singh (CPI), Sarbjeet Singh Takhatuchak (BSP-A), Avtar Singh Tuffan (SAD-A), Shailenderjeet Shelly (Cong), Sukhjinder Singh Lali (Ind)
Malerkotla Mohd. Jamil Rehman (BSP) , Razia Sultana (Cong), Nashir Mohd. (LJP), Nisara Khatoon (SAD), Dev Raj Verma (CPI), Ishrat Gilani (SAD-A)
Malout Harpreet Singh (SAD), Dr. Gurcharan Singh(BSP), Resham Singh Baam (SAD-A) , Nathuram (Cong), Davinder Kumar (PPP)
Mansa Bhagwan Singh(BSP), Gurjant Singh (CPIm),Hardev Arshi (PPP), Gursewak Singh Jawahar K  (SAD-A), Prem Mittal (SAD), Gurpreet Kaur Dhariwal (Cong)
Mohali  Balwant Singh Ramuwalia (SAD) , Balbir Singh Sidhu(Cong), Birdevinder Singh (PPP)
Moga Paramdip Singh Gill(SAD), Pritpal Singh (BSP), Dr. Ravinder Singh Bhana (PPP), Manjit Singh Malla
(SAD-A), Joginder Pal Jain(Cong), Resham Singh Khuhrana (Ind), Vijay Sathi (Ind)
Maur Janmeja Singh Sekhon (SAD), Dashera Singh(BSP), Mangat Rai Bansal (Cong), Manpreet Singh Badal (PPP)
Mukerian Gursher Saini (BSP), Gurvatan Singh Bhana (SAD-A), Arunesh Saker (BJP), Ajit Kumar Narang(Cong), Malkit Singh Saini (CPI), Amarjeet Singh Dadhe Katwal (PPP)
Muktsar Dr.Jai dev Singh (BSP), Surinder Hari Singh Sarainaga (SAD-A), Karan Brar (Cong), Jaswinder Kaur Dhaliwal (LJP), Jagjit Brar (PPP), Kanwarjit Singh Rozi (SAD)
Nabha Kashmir Singh  (PPP), Thekedar Bhan Singh (SAD-A) , Sadhu Singh Dharamsot (Cong), Balwant Singh Shahpur (SAD)
Nakodar Gurpratap Singh(SAD), Gurmail Ram Chumber(BSP), Bhajan Chand Sabharwal (BSP-A), Amarjit Singh Samra(Cong), Gurbinder Singh Atwal (Withdraw), Kamaljeet Singh kakora (PPP)
Nawanshahr Vinod Kumar(BSP), Abhay Singh Sandhu (PPP), Satinder Kaur (SAD), Ms. Gur Iqbal Kaur(Cong), Charanjeet Channi (Withdraw)
Nihal Singh Wala Darshan Singh Manuke(SAD-A), Rajwinder Kaur (SAD), Mohinder Singh Dhoolkot (PPP), Kewal Singh(BSP), Ajit Singh Shant (Cong)
Pathankot Ashwani Sharma (BJP), Raman Bhalla (Cong), Jaspal Singh Bhinder (PPP), Kartar Singh Pathankotia  (SAD-A), Ashok Sharma (Ind)
Patiala City Capt.Amrinder Singh(cong), Surjit Singh Kohli (SAD), Girish Mittal  (PPP)
Patiala-rural Kuldeep Kaur Tohra (SAD), Harprakash Singh (BSP), Satbir Singh Khattra (Ind), Brahm Mohindra (Cong), Darbara Singh Tiwana (PPP)
Patti ADESH PARTAP SINGH SAD), Davinderjeet Dhillon(CPIm), Sukhchain Singh Nandpur (BSP-A), Kashmir Singh(BSP), Harminder Singh Gill(Cong)
Payal (SC) Sukhdev Singh Dhamot (BSP), Charanjit Atwal (SAD), Lakhvir Singh Lakha(Cong), Hardip Singh Jargari (SAD-A), Malkit Singh (PPP)
Phagwara Jarnail Singh (BSP), Mulkh Raj(PPP), Sucha Singh Bishanpur (SAD-A), Som Prakash (BJP), Balvir Raja Sodhi (Cong)
Phillaur Baldev Singh Khaira(BSP), Purshotam Bilga (CPI-M), Avinash Chander (SAD), Ch. Santokh Singh(Cong)
Qadian  Charanjeet Kaur Bajwa (Cong), Kulwant Singh(BSP),  Sewa Singh Sekhwan (SAD), Col. Surjit Singh (PPP), Suchha Singh Chhotepur (Ind)
Raikot Baldev Singh Principal (BSP), Bikram Singh Khalsa (SAD),Gurcharan Singh Boparai (Cong),  Sewa Singh Burazlitta (SAD-A), Hakam Singh (PPP)
Raja Sansi Veer Singh (SAD), Jang Bahadur Bhullar (BSP), Amanpreet Singh Chhina (PPP),Sukhbinder Sarkaria (Cong), Balwant Singh  (SAD-A)
Rajpura Jagjit Singh (BSP), Raj Khurana (BJP), Hardayal Kamboj (Cong), Dr. Lajpat Rai  (PPP), Ranbir Singh Harpalpur  (SAD-A)
Rampura Phul Sikander Singh Maluka(SAD), Randhir Singh(BSP), Gurpreet Singh Kangar (Cong), Lakhvinder Lakha (PPP), Sukhwinder Singh  (SAD-A)
Ropar Daljeet Singh Cheema (SAD), Ajit Singh Bhaini (BSP), Amardeep Singh Brar (PPP), Jarnail Singh Aulakh (IND), Ramesh Dutt Sharma  (Cong), Bibi Kulwant Kaur (SAD-A)
Sahnewal Sharanjit Singh(SAD), Labh Singh (BSP), Nazar Singh Raian (SAD-A), Vikram Bajwa (Cong), Jagdev Singh Garcha (CPI-M), Inderjeet Singh Kasabad (Ind)
Samana Surjit Singh Rakhra (SAD), Magar Singh(BSP), Raninder Singh (Cong), Rajpal Singh Bhindar (SAD-A), Hakam Singh Paharhpur (PPP)
Samrala Baldev Singh Mand(BSP) ,Amrik Singh Dhillon(cong), Didar Singh Rano (SAD-A), Kirpal Singh Khernia (SAD), Jasmail Singh Bondali (PPP)
Sangrur Prakash Chand Garg (SAD), Baldev Singh Maan (SAD-L),Gurnaib Singh Rampura (SAD-A),Harmail Singh(BSP), Surinder Pal Singh Sibia (Cong)
Sanour Ram Saroop (BSP), Lal Singh (Cong), Nonihal Singh (SAD-A), Sukhjinder Singh Tanda (PPP), Tejinder Singh Sandhu (SAD)
Sardulgarh Dilraj Singh Bhunder(SAD), Kuldip Singh (BSP), Manjit Singh (CPI-M), Rajinder Singh Jawaherke(SAD-A), Ajit Inder Mofar (Cong), Ch. Nem Chand (PPP)
Shahkot Sukhram Chohan (BSP), Dr.Navjot Dahiya (PPP), Tara Singh Gill (BSP-A), Sulakhan Singh Shahkot(SAD-A), C.D. Kamboj(Cong), AJIT SINGH KOHAR (SAD)
Sham Churasi  Mahinder Kaur(SAD), Samittar Singh BSP),
Amarjeet Singh Nangalu (PPP), Gurdip Singh Garhdiwala (SAD-A),Ch. Ram Lubhaya(Cong)
Shutrana Vaninder Kaur (SAD), Bhram Prakash(BSP),Master Majer Singh (PPP), Labh Singh Paindh (SAD-A), Nirmal Singh (Cong)
Sujanpur Karnail Chand(BSP), Loveleen Kaur Chahal(CPI), Dinesh Babu (BJP), Vinay Mahajan (Cong)
Sultanpur Lodhi Upinderjit Kaur (SAD), Jaimal Singh(PPP), Balwant Singh Sultanpuri  (BSP-A),Tarsem lal Dola(BSP), Navtej Singh Cheema(Cong), Ajit Singh Jainpur (SAD-A)
Sunam PARMINDER SINGH DHINDSA (SAD), Dhana Singh Sheron (BSP), Shahbaz Singh Daska (SAD-A), Aman Arora (cong), Sukhvinder Singh (PPP)
Talwandi Sabo Amarjit Singh Sidhu(SAD), Nikka Singh (BSP), Jeet Mohinder Sidhu (Cong), Dharam Singh Dharmi (SAD-A), Lala Chand Sharma (LJP), Sukhdev Singh Chahal (PPP)
Tarn Taran Swarn Kaur (BSP), Balbir Singh (BSP-A), Dr. Dharamveer Agnihotri(Cong), Balwant Singh Gopala (SAD-A), Usha Rani (LJP), Harmeet Singh (SAD), Ch. Vijay Pal (PPP), Gurminder Singh Rataul (Ind)
Urmour (Tanda) Surjeet Lal (BSP),Pooran Singh (PPP), Avtar Singh Khakh (SAD-A) ,Sangat Singh Gilzian(Cong), Arvinder Singh Rasoolpur (SAD)
Zira Hari Singh(SAD), Sukhdev Singh Sheera (BSP), Jaskaran Singh Kahansingh Wala (SAD-A) ,Naresh Kataria(Cong), Avtar Singh Mattu (LJP)

*SSF        -Sehajdhari Sikh Federation 
*LJP        – Lok Janshakti Party
*SAD      -Shiromani Akali Dal 
*SAD(A)-Shiromani Akali Dal(Amritsar)
*PPP        -People’s Party Of Punjab
*BJP        -Bhatri Janta Party
*BSP       -Bahujan Samaj Party
*Cong      -Congress
*IND        -Independent
*CPI        -Communist Party of India
*CPI(M) -Communist Party of India(marxist)

Note : Sanjha Morhca has not announced candidates from Abohar, Dera Baba Nanak and Jalandhar (North) till last day of nominations. We will update list once information is released.

Occupy Protesters Thrown Smoke Bomb Over White House 18 Jan, 2012

Occupy Protester Thrown Smoke Bomb Over White House 18 Jan, 2012Washington: An apparent smoke bomb was thrown over the fence of the White House as hundreds of Occupy protesters massed outside the gates.

The crowds were dispersed Tuesday night, and US Secret Service spokesman George Ogilvie says there were no arrests in the incident.

However, people inside the White House were being prevented from exiting on the Pennsylvania Avenue side of the building as the situation was being resolved.
White House locked down after smoke bomb tossed in

Ogilvie says there were 1,000 to 1,500 protesters at one point. He said something appearing to be a smoke bomb was thrown over the fence and that the device was being removed.

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Black Ink Thrown at Baba Ramdev's Face

NEW DELHI: A man threw black ink on the face of yoga guru Baba Ramdev as he was holding a press conference on black money and corruption at the Constitutional Club here on Saturday. A nonplussed Ramdev remarked later, “What have I done to deserve this?”

The offender was caught and roughed up by Ramdev’s supporters. He was repeatedly slapped and he bled from the mouth.

Reacting after the incident, Ramdev said he had asked for the black money being returned to the country and instead got black ink.

“Those who fight for truth have to pay the price. We are fighting to get black money back to the country and instead I got black ink…What did I do to deserve this?” Ramdev said to reporters later.

“This incident wont’ affect me. We will continue to fight against the odds, come what may,” he added.