Jun 13

Haryana Roadways staffers on strike, opposing bus permits to private players

Two months after Haryana Roadways employees went on strike opposing bus permits to private players, they will again go on strike Tuesday, inconveniencing more than 13 lakh passengers in the state. The employee unions have announced that as many as 4,200 buses would remain in the roadways workshops or bus stops and won’t ply Tuesday.

Rs 190 crore spent on advertising by Haryana govt in 2 years, RTI report

The BJP government in Haryana led by chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar has spent an amount of Rs 190 crore in advertising in 2 years. This information was provided by the information, public relations and language department of the state under an RTI filed by Rohtak-based activist and coordinator of Haryana Soochna Adhikar Manch, Subhash.

Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh recommended Dronacharya Award for producing yoga champions

Haryana’s popular spiritual leader, Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, who is widely known for his movie- ‘Messenger of God’, has been nominated for the country’s prestigious Dronacharya Award  meant to honour excellence in the field sports for coaching. He has been recommended by The Yoga Federation of India (YFI) for the Dronacharya Award, citing that he

Punjab, Haryana, UT cops to share intel on gangsters

Police officers from Punjab, Haryana and UT Chandigarh will meet every fortnight to discuss the progress made on nailing dreaded criminals as gangsters continue to pose threat to the law and order situation. The decision was taken in a meeting of senior police officers from the two states and their common capital. “The main issue

Haryana resumes supply, Delhi’s water crisis to ease

The water shortage in the national capital will considerably ease today with Haryana “resuming” supply of Delhi’s share of water from the Yamuna. A senior Delhi Jal Board (DJB) official said Haryana has “already released some water” and the situation will improve today. This will come as a respite to the people of north and

Five killed in road accident in Rewari

Cruiser Force van they were travelling in first collided with a tractor-trolley carrying fodder and then with a TATA 407 vehicle. The victims were employed at a private firm and belonged to nearby villages. Four persons died on the spot while one succumbed to his injury on the way to a trauma centre. The ill-fated vehicle

2 Education Officials fined for delaying info,Haryana by RTI

Haryana : The State information Commission has punished  penalty on two officials of the Secondary Education Department, Haryana, for delay in furnishing information sought under the Right to Information (RTI) Act. The State information Commission  fines of Rs 21,250 and Rs 3,750 had been imposed on Naveen Aggarwal, State Public Information Officer (SPIO)-cum-Superintendent, and SS