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BJP may field non-Jat Cabinet ministers in Lok Sabha battle

BJP may field non-Jat Cabinet ministers in Lok Sabha battle

DP Bureau Chandigarh:Ruling BJP is believed to have changed its strategy on fielding non-Jat candidates in the coming Lok Sabha polls. Sources in the party said that the party has decided to field state cabinet minister belonging to non-Jat community but earlier the party had planned to field cabinet ministers of Jat community. Sudden change

Dastardly act of violence remained unpunished for want of evidence

Dastardly act of violence remained unpunished for want of evidence

A special court here, which had acquitted Swami Aseemanand and three others in the Samjhauta Express blast case, has said a dastardly act of violence remained unpunished for want of credible and admissible evidence. All the four accused — Naba Kumar Sarkar alias Swami Aseemanand, Lokesh Sharma, Kamal Chauhan and Rajinder Chaudhary — had been

Dushyant Chautala

Family forced me to leave INLD: Dushyant

HISAR: Dushyant alleged that his family was forced to leave INLD and thrown out. He took it as an opportunity n constituted JJP. Dushyant Chautala founded his own party “Jannayak Janta Party” few months back. Dushyant also demands to remove 370 and 35A in Jammu and Kashmir while talking to reporters. He is the youngest

Haryana Budget session government

Haryana: Budget session to be acid test for government

THE ISSUES OF FARMERS AND EMPLOYEES MAY INCREASE THE PROBLEMS OF THE RULING BJP RAVINDER SINGH MALIK Chandigarh In the wake of the Budget session beginning on Wednesday, the Opposition has planned to take on the government. Besides, the issues pertaining to the farmers and employees are likely to compound the problems of the ruling

Police school girls Haryana

Police have failed to protect school-going girls: Report

PROJECT DIRECTOR OF ‘EK AUR SUDHAR’ PROGRAMME FOUND POLICE WITH CASUAL APPROACH TOWARDS THE SAFETY OF SCHOOL-GOING GIRLS RAVINDER SINGH MALIK Chandigarh Claims of the Police Department of better functioning in the state have proved futile as the police have failed to protect school-going girls which is a matter of serious concern. Besides, the police

safari park Haryana maiden

Haryana: Maiden safari park in state

HIGHLIGHTS The officials of the forest department visited four places in NCR to check out the feasibility for the setting up of safari. On the line of Raipur Safari park , state department proposed the same At least it will require 250 acre land and state forest department submitted a proposal to state government RAVINDER

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

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

Jind assembly Elections 100 years caste vote

Jind assembly Elections: 100 years lady reach to caste vote among other voters, clash at Jalabad village

Ravinder Singh Malik Special Correspondent/Daily Post 110 years old lady ‘Sarifan’ reached to caste the vote at Jind assembly constituency elections in Haryana today morning. 31 percent voting took place in Jind till 11.30 am by the voters. Though up to 10:30am around 52 percent voters casted the vote. After the voting of elections today,

Schools of 9 dists still have no counselling centres, psychologist for stress busting

Schools of 9 dists still have no counselling centers, psychologist for stress busting

RAVINDER SINGH MALIK Chandigarh Claims of the Haryana government to manage the academic stress of students seem insufficient as the department could not set up counselling centre and appoint counsellors and psychologist in 9 districts of the state so far. Academic stress due to the educational expectations from examination system, parents, teahcers, peers and family

Journalist murder Ram Rahim

Verdict in Journalist murder case: Ram Rahim convicted with three others

Ravinder Singh Malik Panchkula All four accused convicted by Panchkula court today in journalist murder case on GurmeetRamRahim by Panchkula Court in the verdict. The quantum of sentence will be declared on January 7 by the court. Dera chief convicted under section 302 and 120B IPC for murder of journalist Ram Chander Chhatrapati. The four accused are Krishan Lal,

Haryana Political parties

Haryana: Political parties locked in the fierce battle

CONGRESS DECIDED TO FIELD RANDEEP SINGH SURJEWALA, THE SITTING MLA FROM KAITHAL SEAT, FOR THE BYE-ELECTION RAVINDER SINGH MALIK Chandigarh Jind assembly seat which is considered as the political capital of the state will be a litmus test for all the political parties in Jind bye-poll assembly election. All parties are neck and neck in

Swine flu Punjab Haryana cases

Swine flu gives shivers to Punjab and Haryana: Sudden spurt in cases

Swine flu no more a seasonal infection, say doctors RAVINDER SINGH MALIK/ WAMIL VASHIST Chandigarh Swine flu, believed to have crept its way during the summer of 2009 engulfing umpteen numbers of victims globally, is no more a seasonal virus infected influenza. Doctors say the bolstering of the virulence (severity in medical terms) of this

Prisoners Karnal Faridabad

Open house for prisoners in Karnal and Faridabad soon

RAVINDER SINGH MALIK Chandigarh Now the prisoners in state will have an opportunity to live in open house in a place situated out side the jail in residential area of cops, in which they will remain unlocked. The project is expected to be accomplished within 3 months as renovation work is underway at face pace.

Women police stations haryana

Women police stations face staff crunch, poor infrastructure

The State government had come up with an idea to set up Women Police Stations in 2015 to control the crime against women. In the first phase, Women Police Stations were set up in each district. Later, four districts of the state had increased number of Women Police Stations. But it is matter of concern

8 lacs doctors across the country to go on day fast on Monday

Haryana: 179 doctors quit job, govt orders probe

Ravinder Singh Malik Chandigarh Haryana: 179 doctors quit job, govt orders probe. A total of 179 doctors have resigned from job due to various reasons in state which a matter of serious concern, people are facing lack of medical facilities. Along with this some doctors are yet to submit the required formalities.It has also created

OPD holiday Haryana

OPD’s to remain open on holidays in Haryana

STATE HAS WITNESSED 6 SWINE FLU DEATHS IN LAST TEN DAYS. WHICH HAS AWAKEN THE GOVERNMENT SLEEPING FOR A LONG TIME RAVINDER SINGH MALIK Chandigarh Despite the government’s claim of proper arrangement to deal with swine flu, state has witnessed 6 swine flu deaths in last ten days. Which has awaken the government sleeping for a long time. One of the sources said that government showed laziness to aware people

Swasth Bharat Yatra Chandigarh

Swasth Bharat Yatra- Eat Right India Movement in Chandigarh

Himani Bahuguna  Chandigarh  A pledge was given by administrator  in the presence of Manoj Parida, Adviser to Administrator , Mandeep Singh Brar, Deputy Commissioner,  A.K.Sinha,  Finance Commissioner, Sachin Rana, Additional Deputy Commissioner and other senior officials from the various Government Departments.  The fervor of event was  heightened with display of caricatures on Eat Safe, Eat Healthy,

Haryana Chief Minister

Read about achievements of Haryana Chief Minister from his own mouth

Dr Ravinder Malik Chandigarh Haryana Chief Minister, Manohar Lal Khattar addressing the press conference regarding it’s achievements in Haryana Bhawan on Thursday. Khattar said Bhartiya Janta Party decreased the electricity line loss from 30 percent to 20.2 percent so far in state. Around 50k solar panel to be set up in state, tender for 10

KU rusticate ABVP ragging president

Kurukshetra University rusticates ABVP president for ragging

Kurukshetra University (KU) campus president of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), Sumit Rana, and another student have been rusticated on the charges of ragging. The KU proctor, Prof RK Deswal, said on Thursday that Rana, a first-year MA sociology student, and Nitin Sharma, a first-year Institute of Law student, were rusticated on December 11 and