Feb 13

Sultanpur Lodhi Solid Waste Management Row
Ahead of election, PM on project inauguration spree

HIGHLIGHTS The event was attended by women sarpanches and women associated with the ‘Swachhta’ campaign from across the country The Four projects to take place in Panchkula, Kurukshetra, Panipat and Karnal located on the GT Road belt dominated by the BJP Opposite faction said the inaugurated projects were launched by the previous government Modi indicated

Congress training office February
Congress to organise training programme for office bearers on February

Haryana women Congress press conference in progress at Chandigarh today ahead of the Parliamentary Elections. In the meeting they informed that party will conduct training programme for office bearers across the state on February 20-21. More than ten years old agricultural tools being used in NCR will be functional now. Earlier NGT out a ban

Employees state
1,600 employees await postings in state

HIGHLIGHT Many departments have not sufficient seats to allot to the new employees RAVINDER SINGH MALIK Chandigarh Ahead of elections, the Haryana government had made new appointments in the state and out of which nearly 1,600 appointees have not been allotted departments so far. It also came to know that many departments have not sufficient

Vacation Police Safidon Fort High Court
Ensure vacation of police from Safidon Fort: HC

BRIJENDER GAUR Chandigarh Division Bench of Punjab and Haryana High Court on Monday directed the Haryana Government to get Safidon Fort vacated from occupation of Safidon Police Station within three weeks. The High Court Bench of Chief Justice and Justice Arun Palli also directed the Haryana Government to file a detailed affidavit within three weeks

surgical strike justice rape India Modi
Need for surgical strike inside India to nab rapidly increasing devil rapists, else women need to hold guns in hands to seek justice

Nidhi Bhanot (Writer) Principal Correspondent Daily Post After the big decisions like surgical strike on Pakistan and demonetization, there is a need for the surgical strike on the orders of Prime Minister, Narendra Modi to eliminate the devil’s from society prevailing inside the country to put a stop on the rapidly increasing rape cases in

Crop growers face problem
Crop growers continue to face problems

HIGHLIGHTS The problems such as debts, MSP and Non-implementation of Swaminathan report are responsible for the miserable conditions of farmers The recent hailstorm causing harms to crops also resulted in huge loss for farmers , it may cost BJP huge loss in forthcoming elections RAVINDER SINGH MALIK Chandigarh Recent hailstorm affected the crops increasing problems

Dharohar Museum: A mirror of rich Haryanvi culture, legacy
Dharohar Museum: A mirror of rich Haryanvi culture, legacy

RAVINDER SINGH MALK Panchkula Dharohar, a museum of its kind set up on the Kurukshetra University premises in its Golden Jubilee year, is a showcase of rich culture and heritage of Haryana. Around 25 lakh people across the country and world have visited the museum so far. Besides, people of 108 countries witnessed the belongings

Goverment contractual staff problem
Goverment faces problem after allowing contractual staff to continue

HIGHLIGHTS About 15,000 contractual employees have been appointed in recent years and they are waiting for regular appointment ‘To allow the contractual employees to continue their job is a welcome step’ RAVINDER SINGH MALIK Chandigarh Government’s decision of allowing the contract employees to continue their services has given them relief to some extent, but it

Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Haryana politics
Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Major changes in Haryana political scenario

LSP floated by Rajkumar Saini, Rebel MP of BJP from Kurukshetra and BSP alliance came into existence in Haryana ahead of Lok Sabha Elections. LSP to contest on 55 seats while BSP got a share of rest 35 seats in the Assembly Elections. The announcements has been made by ISP’s Rajkumar Saini and State President

Rashmi Bajaj world words
Rashmi Bajaj: Rewriting the world through words

RUPASHI Rashmi Bajaj was born and brought up in a small town Bhiwani in the state of Haryana – a single girl child. Her father, a Sanskrit scholar, professor, and mother first lady graduate of Bhiwani town. Rashmi say that she is fortunate to have the parents who are liberal and have progressive views who

India world Alphons tourism
India emerges 3rd largest tourist place in the world: Alphons

Punjab, Haryana, HP have yet to exploit their full potential Tourism in any country is not just fun and frolic, it is a window to the country’s rich cultural heritage as tourism has emerged as a throbbing industry that can lend an unexpected impetus to its economy. DAILYPOST Editor Ajay Bhardwaj in a freewheeling conversation

Job promise voters
Job promise a ploy to woo voters

HIGHLIGHTS Filling up of posts may be a final effort to win over the jobless before forthcoming elections Haryana government has made about 54,197 appointments so far and 17,000 posts are to be filled ahead of elections which are under process RAVINDER SINGH MALIK Chandigarh Job promises ahead of the elections has been a political

Hike private schools rules
Hike in fee: 50 pc private schools not following rules

HIGHLIGHTS Even the schools which are running in profit are also increasing 20 to 40 per cent fee in the name of development and other charges RAVINDER SINGH MALIK Chandigarh Out of the total 18,000 private schools in the state about 50 per cent schools have not submitted farm-6 which is necessary to increase the

Farmer
About 15 lakh farmers are debt-ridden in state

Ravinder Singh Malik Chandigarh Crop growers in Haryana are reeling under debt which is matter of serious concerns as they are the backbone of the economy. The increasing demand of farmers to waive off debt in state is the talk of the town these days and a huge proportions of small farmers is forced to

State Women Commission
State Women Commission fails to rise to expectations?

HIGHLIGHTS 60 per cent complaints are still pending, the claims of officials proved futile l Heinous crime such as rape, gang rape and murder continue to happen consistently 15 per cent increase in complaints in 2018-19 as compared to 2017-18 RAVINDER SINGH MALIK Chandigarh In a state like Haryana where patriarchy is still deep rooted

BJP straddles Jat heartland
BJP wins Jind bypoll by over 12,000 votes

BJP wins Jind bypoll . Ruling BJP won the high-stakes Jind bypoll in Haryana on Thursday with party candidate Krishan Middha defeating his nearest rival, Digvijay Singh Chautala of JJP, by over 12,000 votes.The BJP wrested the seat from the main opposition INLD, which was decimated in the by-election.Middha won by a margin of 12,935

Inter-se seniority of HC judges should not be ‘interfered’: HC Bar

Brijender Gaur Chandigarh Executive Committee of the Punjab and Haryana High Court Bar Association has held a meeting in which issue pertaining to elevation of judges was discussed. Secretary of the Bar Association Baltej Singh Sidhu apprised of the Executive Committee that the Collegium of the Supreme Court ignored the seniority of the High Court

BJP straddles Jat heartland
Know about the Jind ByPoll Election results in Haryana today

The counting of the Jind ByPoll Elections have started in Haryana since today morning. After four rounds counting Krishan Midha of BJP gets 15481 votes, Randeep Surjewala of Congress gets 7614 votes and Digvijay Chautala of JJP gets 13443 votes and NOTA gets 85 votes. Total 13 rounds of counting will take place in the

Age-old SAD-BJP bond comes under fire
Age-old SAD-BJP bond comes under fire

Ajay Bhardwaj Chandigarh Age-long bonds between the BJP and the Shiromani Akali Dal are under strain. Primarily because the BJP government at the Centre has failed to ameliorate the plight of farmers that has been a core support bank of the SAD. It was reflected glaringly in the manner farming community voted against the BJP

For transfer, cops queue up outside DGP's office
For transfer, cops queue up outside DGP’s office

Ravinder Singh MalikChandigarh Two days ahead of DGP’s retirement nearly 500 cops ranging from constable to SP rank, from across the state queued up in gallery outside his office in Panchkula, on Tuesday for seeking transfers. Sources said that most of them visited the DGP for transfer as they had been transferred away from their