Sunday, October 24, 2021


Religious Nagar Kirtan procession was taken out on the eve of birth anniversary of Guru Ram Dass

AMRITSAR: A religious  Nagar  Kirtan  procession  was taken out on the eve of  birth  anniversary  of 4th Sikh Guru and founder  of holy city Amritsar  Sri Guru  Ram Dass here on Wednesday.

Char Dham Yatra resumes after weather clears in Uttarakhand

NEW DELHI:  The Char Dham Yatra, which was temporarily suspended due to incessant rains in Uttarakhand, resumed in Kedarnath, Gangotri and Yamunotri after the rains stopped on Thursday. However, roadways in Badrinath are still blocked and will be reopened after the weather clears. At least 54 people have died in rain related incidents in the state.

Drug awareness campaign will be run in the state: J.C. Sharma

SHIMLA: Additional Chief Secretary J.C. Sharma while presiding over the state level drug awareness campaign meeting here on Monday , said that drug awareness campaign would be launched in the entire state in the month of November. He said that effective steps would be taken by various departments for the eradication of narcotics including awareness activities during the 15 days long campaign across the state.

Comparing Jairam Thakur with Ravana is unethical, says Ganesh

SHIMLA: Shimla BJP election management committee head and Chairman Himfed Ganesh Dutt addressing a press conference in shimla said that the word Ravan used by Congress leader Asha kumari for the chief minister Jairam Thakur is unethical.

148 vending zones to be built in Gurugram

GURUGRAM:To keep Gurugram roads encroachment free, the Municipal Corporation of Gurugram (MCG) will soon create 148 vending zones, of which detailed implementation plan (DIP) for 58 has been prepared.

Distribution of medical equipments event held at CMO office, Hamirpur

HAMIRPUR (HP): Former chief minister of Himachal Pradesh, Mr Prem Kumar Dhumal graced the event of distribution of medical equipments here on Thursday. The items distributed contained Oximeter, hand sanitizer dispenser, steam inhaler, sanitizers, masks and infrared thermometers. The equipments were handed over to Dr R.K. Agnihotri, chief medical officer, Hamirpur.

Himachal to collaborate with CSIR-IMTech for natural farming

SHIMLA:A collaboration between the state project implementing unit of Prakritik Kheti Khushhal Kisan Yojana and the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR)-Institute of Microbial Technology in Chandigarh is on the cards for microbial study of dung and urine of indigenous cows being used for Subhash Palekar Natural Farming (SPNF) in Himachal Pradesh.

Distribution of medical equipments event held at CMO office, Hamirpur

HAMIRPUR (HP):Former chief minister of Himachal Pradesh, Mr Prem Kumar Dhumal graced the
event of distribution of medical equipments here on Thursday. The items distributed contained
Oximeter, hand sanitizer dispenser, steam inhaler, sanitizers, masks and infrared thermometers. The
equipments were handed over to Dr R.K. Agnihotri, chief medical officer, Hamirpur.

Distribution of Equipment in Office of CMO at Shimla

SHIMLA:Dr Lal Pathlabs Foundation sanctioned a project “COVID-19 Emergency Response”
to the Regional Centre for Entrepreneurship Development (RCED) will distribute medical
equipments to the CMO’s of districts Shimla, Hamirpur, Solan, Mandi, and Kullu of Himachal

Covid infection rate comes down despite crowd gathering in pujas

KOLKATA:  Despite the mad rush for pandal hopping and huge mobilisation of crowd in and around the puja pandals, the number of cases in the state is showing a sign of decline.

Dr Lal Path Labs to distribute medical equipment in six districts of Himachal

CHANDIGARH: Distribution of medical equipments under COVID-19 emergency on behalf of Dr. LalPath Labs Foundation by Regional Centre for Entrepreneurship Development (RCED) to the CMO’s of six districts of Himachal Pradesh namely Hamirpur, Kangra, Solan, Mandi, Shimla and Kullu.

Mad rush for pandal hopping might lead to the spread of Covid

KOLKATA:  The Covid protocol went for a toss as thousands of people criss-crossed the city on Panchami night on Monday even two days before the official beginning of the pujas. If this is an indicator then it is going to be a crowded puja this year which might give sleepless nights to the state government, puja organisers and the medical experts as well.

Haryana Kaushal Rozgar Nigam empowers to make appointments of outsourcing policy

CHANDIGARH:Haryana Minister of State for Women and Child
Development, Smt. Kamlesh Dhanda said that all the appointments that
were previously made under Outsourcing Policy I and II would now be
done through Haryana Kaushal Rozgar Nigam.

Bikran Rana made BJP district vice president of Hamirpur

HAMIRPUR (HP): In a bid to expand the footprints of BJP in the state, the BJP senior leaders has appointed Prof Bikram Rana as district senior vice-president BJP. It is stated by the district President Mr Baldev Sharma in a press release.

Complaint against Haryana CM over alleged remark against farmers

GURUGRAM:Two practising lawyers at the Gurugram district court on Monday filed a complaint with the police based on the viral video of Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar. The Chief Minister in the viral video is seen allegedly talking about "tit for tat" against protesting farmers during a meeting of the BJP's Kisan Morcha in Chandigarh.

Himachal records increase in number of single-teacher schools

CHANDIGARH:On one hand Himachal Pradesh is poised for the top slot in literacy in the
country, on the other hand it is witnessing an increase in the number of single-teacher
schools. Situation becomes more precarious with single-classroom schools. On the other,
Punjab and Haryana its neighbouring states have recorded decrease in the number of single-
teacher schools.

Gurugram: Delhi cops block 3 toll lanes to avail free passage

GURUGRAM:Some personnel of the Delhi police created a ruckus after an operator at the Kherki Daula toll plaza refused to exempt them from the toll tax on Wednesday.

Paramhans threatens 'jal samadhi' over Hindu Rashtra

 AYODHYA:  Ayodhya seer, Jagadguru Paramhans Acharya Maharaj, has announced that if India is not declared a Hindu Rashtra (Hindu nation) by October 2, he will take 'Jal Samadhi in the Saryu river.

Hry Minister's employee held with confidential information

CHANDIGARH: An employee in the office of Haryana Home Minister Anil Vij was arrested last week on charges of stealing confidential information, officials said on Monday.

Gurugram-Sohna elevated highway to be ready by June next year

GURUGRAM:An under-construction elevated highway from Gurugram to Sohna will be completed in June next year, an official said.The project was supposed to be completed in July 2021, but due to the Covid-19 pandemic and a slab falling off the elevated part, the construction work got hampered. Now keeping in mind the new date, the construction work has been expedited at every level, sources said.

Himachal to reopen schools from Sep 27

SHIMLA: The Himachal Pradesh government on Friday decided to reopen government schools from September 27 for Classes 9 to 12. However, online classes for Classes up to 8 would continue.

Low water levels in regions reservoirs may impact crops

CHANDIGARH: The lower water level in the reservoirs of the Himachal Pradesh and Punjab may lead to the regulated release of water in canals for irrigation purposes next year during the next rabbi season and may impact crops.

Eight idols stolen from Ayodhya temple

AYODHYA:  Eight ancient idols were stolen from a century-old temple in Ayodhya.

Dissatisfaction with Haryana CM running high

NEW DELHI:After the BJP changed Chief Ministers in three states, the latest on the radar seems to be Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, whose the satisfaction ratings have been consistently bad.

Dalai Lama greets Trudeau on his party's victory

DHARAMSALA:In a letter to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to congratulate him on his party's victory in the national elections, Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama on Wednesday appreciated the leadership he has shown amidst the Covid-19 pandemic.

OBC Muslim groups too demand caste based census

NEW DELHI:  OBC Muslim groups have now pressed for caste based census in the country which has been a major demand of political parties across the board from NDA allies to the UPA.

SC rejects Padmanabhaswamy Temple Trust plea seeking exemption from audit

NEW DELHI:  The Supreme Court on Wednesday declined to entertain an application filed by the Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple Trust, created by the erstwhile Travancore Royal Family, seeking exemption from the audit of 25 years, which was ordered by the top court last year.

Himachal seeks scheme to cover farmer organisations

NEW DELHI:Himachal Pradesh Urban Development and Cooperation Minister Suresh Bhardwaj on Tuesday called Union Home and Cooperation Minister Amit Shah here and sought extension of scope of scheme for coverage of farmer produce organisations as cooperative societies up to the block level.

Himachal to link 27,000 self-help groups with online platforms

CHANDIGARH:“Self-dependent” seems to be the new buzzword among women in the villages of
Himachal pradesh and the word quite often used by the villagers. Change is visible—rural folks are
more self-assured and definitely more assertive.

Himachal CM stresses on documentation of last 50 years achievements of Himachal Pradesh

SHIMLA:  On the historic occasion of Golden Jubilee celebration of the Statehood of Himachal Pradesh, a function was held at Vidhan Sabha Library Hall here today to honour the Minister's, Members of Parliament, MLAs, former MPs and former MLAs.

Promotion of adventure sports in Gobind Sagar lake starts

HAMIRPUR (HP):Time has come when each government has realized the importance of
water sports of larger economic policy. As of now, lakes are largely restricted to sight
seeing and pleasure trips while it demands from us more than of that on the other hand the
low sensibility of arm-chair administration produces stagnation.

How All India Radio Amritsar is being blocked by Shimla

FM radio frequencies of India and Pakistan do not clash with each other. We have frequent clashes between our troops on the line of control in Jammu and Kashmir, but as far as radio frequencies are concerned, we have never clashed with each other. In the past, our shortwave frequencies never had a dispute. Even our medium-wave radio frequencies have not been overlapping with each other. But as far as the domestic FM radio frequencies are concerned, India is a poor planner.

Haryana to reopen schools for Class 1 to 3 from Sep 20

CHANDIGARH:The Haryana government has decided to reopen government and private schools for Class 1 to 3 from September 20.However, the online mode of education will also continue.

Haryana Governor Bandaru Dattatreya pays obeisance at Sachkhand Sri Harmandir Sahib

AMRITSAR: The Governor of Haryana Mr. Bandaru Dattatreya along with his family paid obeisance at Sachkhand Sri Harmandir Sahib Sri Darbar Sahib today here today.

Markfed products to be available now on 5000 PDS depots of neighbouring Himachal Pradesh

SHIMLA: The persistent efforts of the Cooperation Minister Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa to strengthen and expand the base of the Cooperative sector institutions of Punjab today bore fruit when the Markfed and the Himachal Pradesh Government inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). The move would pave the way for the sale of varied products of Markfed at 5000 Public Distribution System (PDS) depots of the neighbouring Himachal.

HEPA opposes intake of outsiders to Discoms

CHANDIGARH:Haryana Power Engineers Association (HPEA) strongly oppose the move of Haryana government and power utilities to take executive engineers, superintending engineers, and chief engineers on deputation from other departments.
Rampal Singh President of the Association said this is a great injustice to the working engineers of the Discoms (Nigam). It is not understood that when the competent engineers are available in the utilities why they are not being promoted.

Karnal farmers agitation ends with compromised formula

KARNAL: Bharatiya Kisan Union President Gurnam Singh Chaduni and Haryana Additional Chief Secretary (ACS) Devender Singh on Saturday announced to conclude the week-long agitation in Karnal.

Haryana ensures service rights for public

CHANDIGARH: Now, rejecting a request to extend timely delivery of government services without any reason will cost officials dear.Chief Commissioner of the Right to Service Commission, T.C. Gupta, said guaranteeing every citizen the right to obtain government services within a stipulated time is the government priority. He warned the officials that they should change their habit of rejecting applications unnecessarily.

Veer Ahlawat maintains lead in round three despite a sedate 71

PANCHKULA:Veer Ahlawat kept the lead in round three of the TATA Steel PGTI Players Championship presented by Government. of Haryana and Panchkula Golf Club (PGC) despite a quiet day on the course.

MCG employees' strike postponed till September 15

GURUGRAM:After an assurance by Municipal Corporation Gurugram (MCG) Commissioner Mukesh Kumar Ahuja that their demands will be addressed by Wednesday evening, the MCG employees have postponed their strike till September 15.


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