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Bathinda also known a Bhatinda is one of the important cities in Indian state of Punjab. This industirial city in the north-western India derives its name from the former Bhati Rajput kings.


Bathinda also known a Bhatinda is one of the important cities in Indian state of Punjab. This industirial city in the north-western India derives its name from the former Bhati Rajput kings. The city is regarded as one of the oldest cities in the region; needless to say the city has a rich cultural heritage that offers a peep into the glorious history of this city. This city in western state of Punjab is also called as the city of Lakes. In the medieval past the city was also known as Tabar-e-Hind or Gateway to India. The city is known for its various industrial units that not only gives boost to the city’s economy but also offers an impetus to the Indian economy. Set amidst 12 small and big urban settlements the city is abuzz with trade and commercial activities and hence latest news from Bathinda is a routine affair.

The city is home to a number of public sector undertakings like Guru Nanak Dev Thermal Plant and Guru Hargobind Thermal Plant. In addition to these, the city is home to a host of other industries that includes fertilizer and refinery. This region is also known for its agricultural produces. Bathinda is also considered one of big trading hub of cotton products. The city is also an admired educational hub in the state of Punjab.

The city of Bathinda is also a fascinating tourist destination as it offers a host of tourist attraction to the tourists that include Qila Mubarak, Bahia Fort, Lakhi Jungle, Rose Garden, Zoological garden, Chetak Park and Mazaar of Peer Haji Rattan.

The city of Bathinda is well connected to the road and rail networks from the rest part of India. The railway Junction of of the city is considered one of the biggest rail junctions in India.

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Drugs worth Rs.700 crore seized in Punjab ahead of LS polls - 16 Apr 2014
Punjab.Other big contests in Punjab will be in Bathinda and Gurdaspur. In Bathinda, Harsimrat Badal, wife of Sukhbir Badal, is being challenged by Parkash Singh

253 in fray for Punjab Lok Sabha polls - 12 Apr 2014
- are in the Bathinda Lok Sabha seat, followed by Jalandhar (24), Amritsar (23..., Congress), lawyer H.S.Phoolka (Ludhiana, AAP), Harsimrat Badal (Bathinda, Akali Dal) and Manpreet Badal (Bathinda, Congress-Peoples Party of Punjab

219 file nominations in Punjab on last day - 09 Apr 2014
president Pratap Singh Bajwa.In Bathinda, sitting MP Harsimrat Badal, wife of Deputy

Amarinder refuses to contest from Amritsar seat - 20 Mar 2014
about three weeks ago and that she had offered him to contest from Bathinda

Congress, Manpreet Badal's party tie-up in Punjab - 11 Mar 2014
the alliance, Manpreet said that he would contest from the Bathinda Lok Sabha seat

Punjab gets Rs.2,246 crore to tackle water-logging - 28 Feb 2014
-logging problem.The districts of Faridkot, Ferozepur, Muktsar and Bathinda are facing

Punjab drugs haul: Two ministers face the heat (Punjab Newsletter) - 27 Feb 2014
is the brother-in-law of Sukhbir Badal, with his sister and Bathinda MP Harsimrat Badal being

Punjab's favourite protest venue, the water tank! - 23 Feb 2014
. In recent months, protestors have climbed water tanks in Bathinda, Kapurthala... when they jumped from the top of a 90-foot water tank near Bathinda town, 250 km

Badal calls for recasting of constitution - 26 Jan 2014
the national flag at Bathinda

Badal accuses centre of usurping states' power - 26 Jan 2014
Chandigarh, Jan 26 (IANS) Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal Sunday accused the central government of usurping the power of the states over the years, saying the authority of the state governments has been eroded by doing this.

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