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Captain Abhimanyu’s pain

Captain Abhimanyu is not only an extraordinary leader of BJP from Haryana, but also an important pillar of the party’s first government led by Chief Minister

Kangra first ever district geo-tag all assets under MGNREGA

Dharamsala: Kangra has become the firstdistrict in the country to geo-tag 100 per cent of the assets generated under the MGNREGA. Chief Minister Virbhadra

It’s ‘so, so’ so far

It is not to suggest that Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has failed in being different from his immediate predecessor Bhupinder Singh Hooda in

Demonetisation and Haryana Congress

In electoral politics, everything has potential to be squeezed to get people’s vote or earn their support, no matter how long their support lasts for the

Struggling for synergy between thought and action

The current regime in Haryana is very rich in thought ‘provoking ideas’ but very incoherent in translating those ideas into action. Examples are galore

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CommunityNov 14

Making most of SYL canal

Political parties in Haryana are armed with the SYL canal tool to score brownie points over one another. Ever since the Supreme Court of India paved the way

Decoding debt conundrum

There was a raging debate last week over Haryana’s burgeoning debt. The principal opposition-Indian National Lok Dal (INLD)-has put the debt figure at Rs

Two years of Khattar regime

Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar-led Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government completes two years on October 26. It was a landmark political development in

Time for introspection and celebration too

As a state Haryana completes 50 years of existence. During these years, the state has achieved many things and many things are yet to be achieved. The current

Governance through transfers and postings

In Indian democracy, good governance has always been a matter of concern. Most of Lok Sabha and Assembly polls have been fought around the issue of good

Fighting for real ‘swaraj’

Though small in terms of area, Haryana has potential to be a harbinger of many radical reforms. It can be the flag-bearer of many good things, which other

Trying to swim against tide

Ever since the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) searched the residence of 20 people including former Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda and top

Probing land deals

A few years back when senior IAS officer Ashok Khemka raised the issue of alleged irregularities in land deals in Haryana during the regime of then Chief

Imparting quality education

Imparting quality higher education to girls has not yet picked up momentum in the country. Though the number of girl students is increasing day by day, a lot

Fight Against Corruption

Since long, we the people of India have been fighting at different levels against corruption, which has assumed a menacing proportion in the country. Post

Need for a responsive and transparent regime

Ensuring transparency and responsiveness at every level of governance is a big challenge for any head of the state. Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar

Decoding Jat quota

It is not to question anyone’s understanding of Jat quota issue in Haryana, but to share certain things which were discussed at the Centre for Research in

Haryana Diary: Minimum governance!

At the very outset I will vouch for the fact that when Prime Minister Narendra Modi floated the idea of ‘minimum government, maximum governance,’ he must