Punjab, Haryana spar over names

July 2013
Asian Pacific Post;7/4/2013, p16
The article discusses the continuing fight with words regarding territory of Punjab and Haryana in India with the latest instance focused on the objection on Haryana on a decision of the Punjab government for renaming Mullampur Garibdas as New Chardigarh.


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