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January 2018 Edition of Power Politics is updated.         January 2018 Edition of Power Politics is updated.
Issue:Jan' 2018


Daughters doing proud

V.P. Prabhakar

Gurpreet Kaur Manushi Chhillar, Gurpreet Kaur and Garima Yadav have made the country and their state Haryana proud by winning their respective titles in beauty contests held in Toronto in Canada and Mumbai.
A resident of CM's city of Karnal Gurpeet Kaur won the title of Miss world Punjaban, for which the competition was held in Toronto in Canada. Resident of Sector 9, Karnal, Gurpeet Kaur is student of BSc final in D.A.V. College for women. She was always encouraged by her family for taking part in various contests and they were sure that she would excel some day. Gurpert Kaur was honoured with Gold Crown and 6000 Canadian dollars.

Garima Yadav Gurpreet Kaur had earlier won the title of Miss Punjaban. When she reached her house on November 21, 2017, her family members welcomed her with sweets and also gave her 'Ashirvad' by embracing her.
A daughter of Surhell village in Rewari, Garima Yadav, won the title of India's Miss Charming Face 2017 defeating 20 other girls from other states in the competition held in Mumbai.
After getting school education in the village, she did B.A. (Arts) and M.A. (Economics) from St. Stephen's College, Delhi. She came to know about India's Miss Charming Face 2017 contest from Promila Kapoor, mother of her friend, Arpana. She encouraged her to take part in the audition of this contest.
Garima Yadav was selected in 2014 as Air Force flying Officer but she left her job to prepare for the UPSC examination.

Record of debates

The Punjab Vidhan Sabha on December 5, 2017 got the record pertaining to the debates of the legislative assembly of the combined Punjab (East and West) before the India-Pakistan partition.
Punjab Finance Minister Manpreet Singh Badal, after procuring photo copies of these record form Pakistan, handed them to Vidhan Sabha Speaker Rana K.P.
Singh on December 5, 2017. The record includes 43 volumes from March 23, 1937 to March 3, 1947.
These historical documents would be kept in the Vidhan Sabha library. The Speaker said that before Independence the legislative assembly was representing the people of combined Punjab and the documents pertaining to the legislative debates have great historical importance. This record would be helpful to the researchers interested in studying various fields of combined Punjab. These debate records would also provide a glimpse of circumstances in an undivided India.
Badal said that photocopies of the procured record would also be handed over to the Haryana Vidhan Sabha and the National Archives of India.