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HindustanTimes Mon,21 Apr 2014

Haryana

Tanwar agrees to have complaints of internal strife during elections

Haryana Congress president Ashok Tanwar on Friday admitted to have received feedback from at least three parliamentary constituencies that saw internal strife during the recently-concluded polls, which he feared could mar the party’ winning prospect.

Wheat worth Rs. 1.4 crore rots in Hooda’s home constituency

All thanks to the HAFED department that wheat worth over Rs. 1.4 crore meant for the poor has rotten and marred with foul stench at New Grain Market here.

Noida ragging case: Victim in a state of shock, parents demand strict action

Shaken by alleged ragging and severe beating by his seniors at a Noida-based institute, the victim, a first year student of animation at Asian School of Graphics & Animation, is said to be in a state of shock and has refused to step out of his house.

Driving schools for heavy vehicles in all districts of Haryana

Haryana government has decided to set up driving training schools at state transport depots in all district headquarters to extend the facility of learning driving for heavy transport vehicles.

Haryana to frame policy to cut toll

Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Thursday met officers of Public Works (Building and Roads) Department and National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) in Chandigarh to discuss relaxing toll taxes and national highways in the state.

Punhana conflict ends with hugs

After five days, the Haryana authorities lifted the curfew on Punhana town in Mewat on Wednesday. The clampdown was imposed after a 22-year-old Meo Muslim man was found dead with a bullet in his head on Friday. On Wednesday a panchayat was called at the Punhana police station.

GJUTA demands probe into pollution clearance ‘scam’

Guru Jambheshwar University Teachers Association (GJUTA) has demanded probe by state vigilance commission into the alleged scam and financial irregularities in the department of environmental sciences and engineering. Teachers led by GJUTA president Prof NS Malik on Thursday staged a dharna and sought action against the guilty.

Justify hikes in land allotment rate, high court tells HUDA

The Punjab and Haryana High Court has directed Huda to explain on what basis it has ordered plot owners in residential sectors to pay an increased cost for their land which they had purchased about 10 years ago. The order, dated April 1, has come as a relief to plot and land owners, who had received an enhanced calculation from the Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA).

Gurgaon votes for best restaurant

Residents of Gurgaon were given an opportunity to vote for their favourite eating and drinking places in different categories for Gurgaon’s first food awards, Food Freak Awards. The voting lines closed on Tuesday and over 1 lakh votes were cast online.

Curfew clamped in Haryana town lifted

Authorities Wednesday lifted the curfew  on Punhana town of Haryana clamped to stop any flare-up between two communities following the killing of a Meo youth, police said.

Three charred to death as vehicle catches fire after collision

Three persons were charred to death in Sonepat, after their car met with an accident on national highway near Kurar village of Wednesday night.

Hooda for policy to reduce toll rates in state

Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Thursday directed the officials of the public works (building and roads) department (PWD) to frame a policy to provide relief to people in the rates of toll plaza in the state.

Haryana plans rationalisation of toll tax charges

Haryana is planning torationalise toll taxes on highways in the state.

Schools, offices to reopen in Mewat town today

Schools and government offices in Mewat’s Punhana town will reopen from Wednesday, four days after the district administration had imposed curfew to prevent any communal clashes.

Trigger-happy police injure man in Sonepat, kin cry foul

It was sheer luck that a 35-year-old man of Jatheri village in Sonepat district is still alive, otherwise the cops had done everything to kill him, mistaking him for a twowheeler snatcher. The police, however, booked the man for attempt to murder and under the excise act, claiming that he had tried to mow down the police party when signaled to stop. Police also claim that he was smuggling liquor in his car.
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