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Fog, cold wave unabated in Punjab, Haryana
Foggy conditions and a cold wave continued to affect normal life in Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh on Friday. Most parts of both states and Chandigarh witnessed moderate to dense fog Friday, weather officials said here.
Committed to ensure all round development: Khattar
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Wednesday said the government is committed to ensure all round development of the state without any regional discrimination, taking up those areas initially which have "lagged behind" in terms of development.
14 ducks found dead in Haryana; govt officials inspect village
A team of state government officials on Monday visited Gatauli village, a day after at least 14 ducks were found dead in a pond creating panic among villagers. A team of officials, including Deputy Director of Animal Husbandry department D K Sharma, Deputy CMO of Health department Paleram Kataria.
Cold wave continues in Punjab, Haryana
Cold wave conditions continued unabated in Punjab and Haryana with dense fog engulfed at several places, affecting vehicular movement in both the states. According to a MeT Department report, a thick blanket of fog had engulfed most places of Punjab and Haryana and reduced visibility. Many trains were running late in the region.
Thick fog covers Punjab, Haryana, cold conditions prevail
Cold conditions prevailed at several places in Punjab and Haryana, where heavy blanket of fog affected movement of vehicles for the second day on Thursday. Dense fog prevailed at most places in the two states since early morning as visibility levels dropped considerably, a MeT official said.
Haryana bus assault: Rohtak sisters to undergo lie-detector test
Pooja and Aarti, the Rohtak sisters who had shot to limelight after a video of them taking on their alleged molesters in a roadways bus surfaced last month, will now undergo polygraph or lie-detector test.
Police rifles fail to fire during a gun salute to Uri martyr
Haryana Police had an embarrassing moment today when two of their rifles failed to fire while giving a gun salute to Lance Naik Kuldeep, who was killed in a terror attack in Uri, during his funeral in Haryana's Jind district.
Haryana CM Khattar defends Khap panchayat, says it checks social evils
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has come out in defence of khap panchayats, saying they keep a check on social evils and there was nothing wrong with their orders.
Haryana govt suspends a doctor for reporting late for work
A doctor of a government hospital at Panipat was on Wednesday suspended by Haryana government for allegedly "reaching late" at work due to which a patient died in the hospital. Haryana Health Minister Anil Vij on Wednesday suspended.
For Rohtak girls, harassment, stalking is everyday ordeal
Two braveheart sisters who took on their tormentors in a moving bus as they were being molested and assaulted made it to national, and even international, headlines from Haryana's Rohtak town.
Rohtak sisters beat molesters with belt inside moving bus
In yet another shameful incident highlighting concerns about women's safety while at the same time in a rare show of courage against eve teasing, two sisters fought three men who were reportedly harassing them onboard a bus in Haryana.
Hisar university teachers threaten fast unto death
Teachers of Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology here have threatened to go on fast unto death from tomorrow against alleged poor and biased administration of the institute.
Attack on journalists at Hisar, SC to hear plea on Monday
The Supreme Court today agreed to hear on Monday a petition filed by a group of journalists seeking a direction to the Centre and Haryana for ordering a judicial probe into alleged assault on them and other media persons during a police operation to arrest 'godman' Rampal in Hisar.
Prabhu, Birender file RS nominations from Haryana
Union Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu and Union Rural Development Minister Birender Singh on Tuesday filed their nominations for the two Rajya Sabha seats from Haryana. Both ministers are likely to be elected unopposed to the upper house of parliament with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) having a clear majority.
‘Godman’ Rampal’s sect expansion plans go bust
Just before his run-in with the law that landed him behind bars with serious charges such as murder, sedition and other cases slapped on him, self-styled godman Rampal had embarked on well-thought plans for expansion of his sect.
Pregnancy-test kit found in godman Rampal’s personal room
Haryana police on Friday said that a pregnancy-test kit was recovered from Rampal's personal room at Satlok Ashram at Barwala. "During a police search of the ashram, a pregnancy-testing kit was found in Baba's personal room.
Haryana govt seeks details of Robert Vadra’s companies, assets
The Haryana government has sought details from the Gurgaon administration apropos of companies, properties and assets owned by Robert Vadra, the son-in-law of Congress president Sonia Gandhi.
Haryana government has suspends 5 revenue officials
Haryana government has suspended five officials of the revenue department, including an Assistant Consolidation Officer (ACO) in connection with various irregularities in registering a mutation in Gurgaon district some time back, an official said.
Rampal ashram claims four women dead, police say none
Authorities at the ashram of controversial sect leader Rampal Tuesday claimed that at least four women followers died in the police action on the ashram complex. Ashram spokesman Raj Kapoor claimed that the women were killed in the police operation.
BJP govt in Haryana suspends officer who cleared Robert Vadra’s land deal
Less than a month after coming to power in Haryana, the BJP government on Monday suspended an assistant consolidation officer (ACO), Dalbir Singh, who had executed the mutation of the controversial land deal between Congress chief Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra and real estate giant DLF in 2012.
HC raps Haryana govt, police for not arresting controversial godman Rampal
The Punjab and Haryana High Court on Monday directed Haryana Police to bring before it on Friday controversial self-styled godman Rampal, after he again failed to appear before the court.
HC sets aside Hooda govt’s quota policy in promotion
In an order that will impact thousands of scheduled caste (SC) employees of Haryana government, the Punjab and Haryana high court on Friday set aside the state government's reservation policy pertaining to promotion to Class III and IV posts.
DGP takes stock, aide rules out Rampal’s surrender
An uneasy calm prevailed in Barwala on Thursday as the police and self-styled godman Sant Rampal’s supporters appeared headed for a face-off ahead of the November 17 deadline to produce him before the High Court.
RSS ideologue to guide Haryana on education
In the first indication of the role the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) may play in policy formulation in Haryana, the new Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government plans to constitute a consultative committee of educationists.
Caught on camera: Masked men vandalise Palwal toll Plaza
Raising security concerns for the Haryana government, at least 15-20 masked men vandalised and robbed the Palwal toll plaza. According to a CCTV footage, a group of youth armed with sticks attacked the toll booths here and robbed cash from the tax-collection box on November 6 at 6 AM.
Hooda had blocked his joining UPA team
Former Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda had blocked the entry of Chaudhary Birender Singh into the erstwhile UPA government led by then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, a fact with which Singh went public umpteen times while being in the Congress and even after joining the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), but he has finally got his due.
Sonia Gandhi and family planning to flee to Italy : Haryana Minister
As a report claimed that Robert Vadra, the son-in-law of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, is winding down his businesses in Haryana, a state minister on Thursday said that ultimately culprits will be caught.
Haryana’s Health Minister escapes unhurt in car accident
Haryana's Health Minister Anil Vij escaped unhurt in a road accident on GT road at Ambala Cantt on Wednesday morning when his car was hit by a truck, police said. Vij, the BJP MLA from Ambala Cantt, was going to market in his private car. A truck coming from opposite direction hit the car, leaving a portion of the vehicle damaged, police said.
Uproar in Haryana Assembly over Vadra land deal, RSS agenda
Haryana assembly witnessed uproarious scenes following the Governor's address with the Chief Minister asserting that all "wrongdoings" of the Hooda regime would be probed and the Congress accusing the BJP government in the state of pursuing "RSS agenda".
Haryana Assembly session begins, newly elected MLAs take oath
The three-day session of the Haryana Assembly commenced on Monday as pro-tem Speaker Raghubir Singh Kadian administered oaths to the 90 newly-elected MLAs. Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar was the first to take oath followed by the ministers, including cabinet ministers.