Saturday, October 24, 2020

haryana

Builders to be blacklisted for delay in construction: HRERA

GURUGRAM: Fed up with builders not completing projects on time, The Haryana Real Estate Regulatory Authority (HRERA) on Friday decided that the builders who delay their ongoing projects will be blacklisted and debarred from future projects.

Most wanted Gangster and sharp shooter Harmanjeet Singh Bhau arrested by Moga police

MOGA: Wanted in number of criminal cases, the dreaded gangster and sharpshooter Harmanjeet Singh alias Harman Bhau has been arrested by Moga police on Friday.

Punjab on alert as SFJ offers iPhone to students

NEW DELHI:Banned secessionist group Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) has been continuously trying to woo people to support its anti-India agenda through different means. In its illegal exercise, the group has now offered iPhone-12 to students for raising Khalistan flag on October 31 -- the death anniversary of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.

AIPEF condemns the victimisation and suspension of office bearers

CHANDIGARH:All India Power Engineers Federation (AIPEF) has condemned the suspension of office bearers and has urged the chief minister Haryana that suspension orders of K D Bansal SE & Chairman Northern India Power Engineers Federation (NIPEF) must be withdrawn.

Mother, wife or daughter's names on house plaques in this UP district

MUZAFFARNAGAR(Uttar Pradesh):As a mark of respect to the girl child, several homes in Muzaffarnagar district, which is known for its strong patriarchal system, have put up nameplates with their daughters' names written on them.

Punjab BJP leaders hiding their faces from Punjabis while their counterparts from Haryana senselessly commenting on bills: Vijay Inder Singla

CHANDIGARH:School Education and Public Works Minister Punjab Mr. Vijay Inder Singla, on Wednesday, lashed out at BJP leaders for criticizing new pro-farmer bills passed by Punjab Vidhan Sabha and questioned the locus standi of Haryana BJP chief to comment upon Punjab affairs. Mr. Singla said, “Have the Punjab BJP leaders sold out their own state’s interests to another state while even their own MLAs in the Vidhan Sabha walked away during special session?”

SC allows trust to operate banks accounts to pay bills, taxes

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has permitted the Maharwal Khewaji Trust, which manages the Rs 20,000-crore property of erstwhile princely state of Faridkot, to operate bank accounts to pay salaries to staff and meet expenses on utilities bills and taxes etc.

In a first, Punjab Assembly rejects Centre's farm laws

CHANDIGARH:In a first in the country, the legislative Assembly in Punjab led by Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Tuesday unanimously passed three legislations and formally rejected the Centre's 'black' agricultural laws brought by the BJP-led Union government.

Cong revs up for 'tractor yatras' to counter BJP on farm laws

NEW DELHI:The opposition Congress plans to hold 'tractor rallies' across the country in November in line with Rahul Gandhi's similar endeavour in Punjab and Haryana earlier this month in order to counter the BJP's efforts to drum up support for the three central farm laws.

Punjab CM presents draft resolution rejecting farm laws & electricity amendment bill in assembly

CHANDIGARH:In a major move to protect the state’s farmers and agriculture, Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Tuesday presented in the Vidhan Sabha a draft resolution rejecting outright the Centre’s anti-farmer Laws and the proposed Electricity Amendment Bill, with an appeal to all parties in the state to rise above political interests in the spirit of saving Punjab.

Yogi to open OPD of India's biggest cancer institute

LUCKNOW:Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will launch the OPD service at the Super Specialty Cancer Institute (SSCI) in the state capital on Tuesday.
The SSCI would be the biggest cancer centre in the country once it gets fully functional.

All outsourced employees of Haryana to get lockdown dues

GURUGRAM:The Haryana government said that "full payment" of wages and salaries will be made to all employees, including contractual, outsourced or person engaged through Haryana State Electronics Development Corporation Limited (HARTRON) and any other outsourcing machanism, for the entire duration of Covid-19 lockdown period, weather no attendance has been recorded or no work has been performed by them.

Akali Dal protest denial of access to proposed Bill

CHANDIGARH: The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) on Monday evening registered a formal protest for non-supply of a proposed legislation set to be introduced in the Vidhan Sabha on Tuesday to members with Speaker Rana K.P. Singh, besides asking him to take action against those responsible for not allowing its members to interact with the media.

Two held in liquor contractor's murder case in Gurugram

GURUGRAM: The Gurugram Police say they've arrested two key accused including a wanted criminal in connection with the murder case of a liquor contractor which took place on September 2.

Haryana CM appoints retired IAS officer his Chief Principal Secretary

CHANDIGARH: Haryana Government has appointed a retired IAS officer, Mr. D.S. Dhesi as Chief Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Haryana against a newly created post with immediate effect.

Delhi sees marginal improvement in air quality

NEW DELHI:The air quality of the national capital and the surrounding regions has improved marginally owing to a slight increase in surface winds, but is likely to deteriorate mid-week, the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research, a Central government agency said on Monday.

Patiala police registers criminal cases against illegal inflow of paddy from other states

PATIALA: Following Punjab Government's instructions against the illegal flow of paddy from various other states into Punjab, the Patiala police has not only launched a massive drive but also succeeded in putting a check on the malpractice. The police along with revenue and mandi board officials have busted a racket and lodged as many as 13 FIRs during the last 2 days, arresting 20 persons, seizing over 32 vehicles carrying about 822.5 tonnes of paddy.

Haryana gives good news, no death reported TODAY due to Covid-19

CHANDIGARH Haryana Health Department is happy to announce that no death due to COVID-19 has been reported today.

Special Assembly Session: AAP delegation meets Speaker Rana KP Singh; submits memorandum on core issues of concern

CHANDIGARH: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Punjab, while welcoming the decision of the Amarinder Singh government for giving a final nod to the one-day special Vidhan Sabha session on Monday (October 19) against the contentious agriculture laws being imposed by the Modi-led government at the centre, adding that keeping in view the significance of the sensitive issue linked to the very existence of peasantry, the one-day session was too short a period for the purpose.

Haryana to appoint district transport officers to check corruption

Haryana to appoint district transport officers to check corruption

Bir Devinder appeals HC to take suo moto notice of murder of Shaurya Chakkar awardee

CHANDIGARH: Former Punjab Deputy Speaker Bir Devinder Singh today appealed to Punjab and Haryana High Court to take suo moto notice of gruesome murder of Balwinder Singh Bhikhiwind, shaurya Chakkar awardee.

BJP, Cong in 'alliance' to allow stubble burning, says AAP

NEW DELHI:Delhi's ruling Aam Aadmi Party on Friday hit out at the Congress and BJP alike while welcoming the Supreme Court's decision to appoint its retired judge Justice Madan B. Lokur to monitor stubble burning in Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh amid rising pollution in the capitaal and its surrounding areas.

IT raids on law firm Singh & Associates

NEW DELHI: Law firm Singh & Associates has been raided by the Income Tax Department on Thursday as part of a raid on its founding partner, Manoj K Singh, Legally India reported.

NFL distributes Cotton Plucking Machines to Farmers in Haryana

CHANDIGARH--National Fertilizers Limited (NFL) distributed 95 cotton plucking machines free of cost to the farmers under its Corporate Social Responsibility.

In Gurugram, ban on diesel gensets has little impact on condominiums, malls

GURUGRAM:One day after the Environmental Pollution (Prevention and Control) Authority (EPCA) declared a ban on the use of diesel gensets to curb air pollution in the National Capital Region (NCR) from October 15, no big impact has been seen on high-rise societies, shopping malls, industries and construction sites in Gurugram.

SC: NCC, NSS & Bharat Scouts to aid ex-judge in preventing stubble burning

NEW DELHI:In a step to contain the menace of stubble burning which chokes Delhi-NCR every year, the Supreme Court on Friday directed the National Cadet Corps (NCC), National Service Scheme (NSS) and Bharat Scouts and Guide to assist the one-man committee of retired apex court judge Justice Madan B Lokur.

IT raids on law firm Singh & Associates: Report

NEW DELHI:Law firm Singh & Associates has been raided by the Income Tax Department on Thursday as part of a raid on its founding partner, Manoj K Singh, Legally India reported.

Javadekar flags off 50 CPCB teams to curb pollution in Delhi-NCR

NEW DELHI:To check the rising pollution levels across Delhi-National Capital Region (NCR), Union Minister of Environment Prakash Javadekar on Thursday flagged off 50 teams of Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) for conducting field visits to the various hot spots to ensure checks on pollution. The field visits starting on October 15 will continue till February 28 next year.

65% Delhi-NCR households have 1 or more individuals with pollution-related ailments

NEW DELHI:About 65 per cent households of Delhi have one or more individuals who have already started experiencing pollution-related ailments, a survey has revealed.
Forty-seven per cent are facing cold, cough or sore throat issues, while 26 per cent are witnessing burning eyes, and 30 per cent are facing breathing difficulties, the survey results on Thursday showed.

Delhi records 'very poor' air quality, Gr.Noida worse

NEW DELHI:A noxious haze hung over the national capital on Thursday as its air turned foul and the quality index mounted to 'very poor' category, for the second time this week. The East Delhi district recorded highest pollution.

AAP accuses Modi government of ruining of peasantry in the country

NEW DELHI: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) senior leader and Delhi’s Greater Kailash MLA and chief spokesman of the party Saurabh Bhardwaj and Jarnail Singh, MLA and in charge Punjab Affairs, on Wednesday said that the three black laws being imposed on the beleaguered farming fraternity in the country by the Narendra Modi-led NDA government at the Center, was nothing a brazen attempt to dismantle the MSP regimen, a well thought-out designed move of the government to decimate the peasantry.

Punjab Government announces holiday for Haryana voters in revenue district adjoining Haryana

CHANDIGARH,:Punjab government has declared a paid holiday  on November 3, 2020 under Punjab Shops and Commercial Establishments Act 1958  and  under Factories Act 1948 on November for voters of Assembly Constituency-33 Baroda in view of by-poll. This holiday will facilitate workers of Haryana working in the factories, Shops and commercial establishments situated in the district adjoining to the State of Punjab. 

Manish Tewari lays foundation stone of Community Centre Nayagaon; to be built at a cost of Rs. 1.41 crore

MOHALI: The living conditions of the residents of Nayagoan will improve remarkably with a slew of development projects envisaged for the region, informed Member Parliament Manish Tewari while laying the foundation stone of Community Centre Nayagaon, to be built at a cost of Rs. 1.41 crore.

High alert to check liquor smuggling across UP-Bihar border

LUCKNOW:The Uttar Pradesh excise department is all geared up to check smuggling of liquor in view of the forthcoming Assembly bypolls in the state and also the Bihar Assembly elections.

Delhi records season's worst air day, AQI mounts to 304

NEW DELHI: The air quality index of the national capital turned foul and mounted to 'very poor' category at 304 on Tuesday morning, with northwest district recording the most polluted air, according to the Central pollution Board's data.

No dispute with Haryana CM, but I'll keep raising people's issues: Rao Inderjit Singh

NEW DELHI:What's the central government's plan for the 100 most backward districts of the country? How true are rumours of differences between Union Minister Rao Inderjit Singh and Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal. How effective will Rahul Gandhi's tractor rallies be in Haryana? Union Minister Rao Inderjit Singh spoke candidly on all these subjects and more in a special interview with the IANS. Edited excerpts:

Doctors flag rise in respiratory ailments as Delhi air turns foul

NEW DELHI:With the sharp increase in air pollution in the national capital, several public health experts have flagged a rise in the number of patients reporting chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and asthma.

Haryana govt to eliminate 'Lal Dora' boundary from villages

CHANDIGARH: Haryana Government’s campaign to make the villages of State free from ‘Lal Dora’ got a major boost today when Prime Minister, Mr Narendra Modi digitally launched the physical distribution of property cards to the property owners of 763 villages of six pilot States including 221 villages of Haryana under the “Svamitva Scheme” through video conferencing today. The other five states included Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh and Uttrakhand.

Tears of Joy: Three missing children reunited with parents

CHANDIGARH: Haryana Police has been constantly working to bring the smile back to the faces of families whose children had gone missing for one or another reason. Once again, the police have set an example of humanity by reuniting three missing children with their families.

Farm laws: AAP to 'gherao' Khattar's Karnal residence on Sunday

NEW DELHI: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Saturday announced it would hold a protest outside Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar's residence in Karnal on Sunday morning over the new farm laws.

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