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Notification for Punjab and Goa Assembly elections to be issued today

All India Radio Wednesday, 11 January 2017
Notification for Punjab and Goa Assembly elections to be issued todayNotification for single-phased Punjab and Goa Assembly elections will be issued today, kick-starting the process of filing of nomination papers and the last date of filing nominations is the 18th of this month, with scrutiny taking place the next day.
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News video: Punjab CM files nomination papers from Lambi, says ever-ready for elections

Punjab CM files nomination papers from Lambi, says ever-ready for elections 00:34

Muktsar (Punjab), Jan 12 (ANI): Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Thursday filed his nomination papers from Lambi seat for the upcoming assembly elections. After filing nomination, Badal said that his party is always ready for elections as they are confident of winning it this time.

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