HindustanTimes Wed,03 Sep 2014


NIT students resent ‘heavy charges’, hold protest

The students of National Institute of Technology (NIT), Kurukshetra, boycotted their classes for the second day and held a dharna in front of the administrative block of the institute on Tuesday to protest against imposition of alleged heavy miscellaneous charges.

HAU develops two new varieties of wheat, barley

Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University (CCSHAU) scientists have developed two new varieties of wheat (WH 1142) and barley (BH 959) that have been identified for cultivation in different states of the country.

5 named for women panel

The Haryana government has nominated five non-official members of Haryana State Commission for Women.

Delhi man held for selling 'baby gender kit'

A Delhi-based person who had lured many couples desirous of a male child by offering a "baby gender-choose" kit was on Tuesday arrested by the police following a trap laid by the Haryana Food and Drug Administration (FDA) department.

BJP observers interview ticket claimants

A team of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) observers interviewed claimants of tickets from three districts for the upcoming assembly elections.

Haryana readies staff, gadgets for PM Teacher's Day address

Toeing the national line, the Haryana government has also decided to make its bit to ensure that students in the state listened to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's address on Teachers' Day on September 5.

BSP leader Chander Pal joins Congress

The Bahujan Samaj Party leader Chander Pal joined the Congress in the presence of Rajya Sabha member Kumari Selja and Haryana Congress president Ashok Tanwar at New Delhi on Tuesday.

Haryana declared drought-hit, special girdawari ordered

Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Tuesday said the entire state has been declared as drought-affected for kharif-2014 season. Hooda said a special girdawari has been ordered to assess the loss caused due to the continued dry spell.

Selection of 3 officers to HCS challenged

Taking up a petition seeking quashing of the selection of three ‘influential and politically well connected’ serving officers to the post of Haryana Civil Services (executive branch), the Punjab and Haryana high court on Monday issued notice of motion to the Haryana government.

IPS trainee's death: Family writes to PMO for CBI probe

Two days after the her son Manu Mukt Manav (30), who was undergoing IPS training at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy (NPA), Hyderabad, died after ‘drowning’ under mysterious circumstances, the victim’s mother who hails from Hisar on Monday wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to get the matter probed by the Central Bureau of Investigation to bring the truth out.

Six Haryana teachers to get national award

The National Award to Teachers, 2013, would be conferred upon six teachers of Haryana by the union ministry of human resource development at New Delhi on Teachers' Day, September 5, an official release said on Monday.

Guv lauds sisters who scaled Mt Everest

Haryana governor Kaptan Singh Solanki congratulated twin sisters namely Nungshi Malik and Tashi Malik who had scaled Mount Everest, here on Monday.

After stalking case, 2 minors gangraped in Rohtak

Less than a week after the death of two teenage girls, who committed suicide over repeated stalking by some boys, upset the conscience of people of the state, two girls were gangraped at Bhali Anandpur village of the district and at Chiri village in separate incidents.

Undertrial on bail shot in Jind court complex

Unidentified armed men gunned down an undertrial, who was accused of a murder bid, in broad daylight on the Jind court complex on Monday.

Tractor sales in Punjab, Haryana may be flat: Mahindra

With Punjab and Haryana facing drought like conditions, tractor sales in these agrarian states is expected to remain flat in current fiscal largely in view of rising input cost, tractor maker Mahindra and Mahindra said on Monday.
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