Former Punjab Congress chief Navjot Sidhu to surrender before Patiala court after SC orders one-year jail term in 1988 road rage case
The Supreme Court of India sentenced Sidhu to one year in jail for a 1987 road rage case on Thursday.
Former Punjab Congress Chief Sunil Jakhar joins BJP, says ‘Congress supports casteism, BJP offers equality’
The 68-year-old Punjab politician had announced his shock resignation from the grand old party on May 14.
‘Good luck and goodbye’: Ex-PPCC chief Sunil Jakhar quits Congress, warns Rahul Gandhi to stay away from sycophants
Ex Punjab Congress chief Sunil Jakhar announced his resignation from the party Saturday in a Facebook Live post
Congress panel recommends suspension of Ex-PPCC chief Sunil Jakhar, removal of KV Thomas from all party positions for anti-party activities
Congress Disciplinary Committee served Sunil Jakhar, KV Thomas, and the five Meghalaya MLAs with a show-cause notice, asking them to explain why action should not be taken against them
Navjot Singh Sidhu and others alleged that AAP was behind the fatal attack on the Congress worker.
Navjot Singh Sidhu resigns as Punjab Congress chief ‘as desired by Congress president’, sends one line resignation letter
In one of the shortest resignation letters, Navjot Singh Sidhu wrote to Sonia Gandhi, “I hereby resign as President (PPCC)”.
‘They pocketed notes, opposition pocketed votes’, Congress MP Jasbir Singh Gill blames own party leaders for the debacle in Punjab
Congress MP Jasbir Singh Gill blames party leaders Harish Rawat and Ajay Maken for losing Punjab elections
Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu made a statement accepting his defeat in the assembly election
As AAP inches towards forming govt in Punjab, Raghav Chadha says Arvind Kejriwal will be a principal challenger to PM Modi in the future
As AAP is set to win Punjab, Raghav Chadha claimed that Arvind Kejriwal would be the principal challenger of PM Modi
Punjab CM Channi and Priyanka Gandhi activate damage control mode after they were caught spreading hate against UP-Bihar people
Priyanka Gandhi and Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi go into damage control mode, claim the UP, Bihar remarks were misinterpreted.