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Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar), registered with the Election Commission of India as Shiromani Akali Dal (Simranjit Singh Mann), is a splinter group, led by Simranjit Singh Mann,[4] of the Shiromani Akali Dal. Akali Dal Amritsar was formed on 1 May 1994 at Shri Akal Takht (highest temporal seat of Sikhs), a six-member committee of Simranjit Singh Mann, Capt. Amarinder Singh, Retd col. Jasmer Singh bala, Bhai Manjit singh, Surjit Singh Barnala and Jagdev singh Talwandi was constituted to build up the structure of new party. Later on Simranjit singh Mann was elected the president of Akali Dal Amritsar unanimously
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SAD Unveils Path Breaking Manifesto, Commits to Make Agriculture Sustainable, Revolutionise Rural Infrastructure and Create 20 Lakh Jobs for Youth

(Promises pucca houses for all, waiver of farm loans, Rs 100 bonus on foodgrains, Rs 10 lakh interest free loan for youth, 25,000 skill centres and welfare pensions of Rs 2000 per month)
The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) today unveiled its election manifesto for the 2017 assemb... (more)
Punjab Elections: Party-Hoppers, Turncoats Take the Centre Stage

With less than two weeks left for the high-octane Punjab assembly polls; fear of turncoats playing spoilsport, is giving trouble to all major political parties. On one side, Congress is facing grave situation with 30 candidates going independent; on other side, the rookie party, AAP is facing tough... (more)
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Punjab Becomes a Harbinger of Development Owing to Best Connectivity

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Sukhbir Singh Badal Announces Rs. 25 Lakh each for Punjabi Players of Junior World Cup Winning Hockey Team

Punjab today honoured the ten Punjabi members of the junior World Cup winning Indian side with Deputy Chief Minister announcing a cash award of Rs. 25 lakh each for the young players.
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Spread over 51 acres, the Campus to come up in Ludhiana at a cost of Rs. 200 crore by 2018
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Akali Dal Announces Free Pilgrimage to Sri Nankana Sahib and Sri Panja Sahib

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Punjab Govt. Opens 2000 Free Medicine & 660 Free Diagnostic Centers Across State

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