With only a month left for Lok Sabha elections in the state, differences in the Bharatiya Janta Party-Haryana Janhit Congress (BJP-HJC) combine have started to surface.
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Navin Jaihind here on Saturday said his Lok Sabha election fight was not against Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda, but against Reliance Industries Limited managing director Mukesh Ambani.
Setting aside the suspense over MP Ashok Tanwar's candidature from either Ambala or Sirsa, his wife Avantika Maken Tanwar on Saturday disclosed that Ashok would be contesting the elections from Sirsa.
Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) on Saturday announced candidates on three more seats in Haryana- Rohtak, Hisar and Sirsa; at its party office here. Manoj Yadav, 45, who contested assembly election in 2009 from Badli assembly constituency, has been fielded from Rohtak parliamentary constituency.
Senior leaders of Haryana Janhit Congress (HJC) on Saturday announced HJC leader and Hisar sitting MP Kuldeep Bishnoi as the candidate for the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections.
After a meeting of its parliamentary board on Saturday, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is expected to announce its candidates for the Lok Sabha seats in Haryana. List of candidates would put an end to the speculations on the seat sharing "dispute" between allying partners of BJP-Haryana Janhit Congress (HJC).
Haryana chief electoral officer Shrikant Walgad on Friday said that the law did not allow inclusion of names in the electoral roll after 3 pm on the last date of filing of nominations - March 22, 2014 - till the electoral process would be complete in the state.
Anguished over repeated non-compliance of court orders, the Punjab and Haryana high court has directed the Haryana chief secretary, SC Chaudhary, to make adverse entries against heads of the departments or officers who fail to comply with court orders and do not file replies in ongoing cases despite enough time provided to them.
Time is ticking out as all eyes seem anxiously glued on one day - the approaching Sunday - when two Congress rebels will hold rallies. Former Congress strongman Venod Sharma holds a rally (read mahayagna) at Kurukshetra and chief parliamentary secretary (CPS) Dharambir Singh holds a rally (read dharmsena rally) at Bhiwani.
Lending credence to the indications of his decision to quit Congress party, disgruntled Congress MLA from Sohna and chief parliamentary secretary Dharambir Singh has said that he would take a big decision on March 9 at Bhiwani.
Haryana Janhit Congress chief Kuldeep Bishnoi on Thursday had to 'indefinitely postpone' the induction of the veteran Congress leader Venod Sharma into his fold after the national leadership of party's alliance partner, BJP, publicly condemned the move.
The disgruntled Aam Aadmi Party workers who have been protesting here against the candidature of Balwinder Kaur for over a week, have decided to field their own candidate for the Krukshetra seat under the banner of 'Asli Aam Aadmi Party'.
Death sentence is given to a woman and her boyfriend who, to save their relationship, killed seven members of her family at Kabpulpur village, 15 kilometres from here.
Former union minister and Haryana Congress leader Venod Sharma on Wednesday quit the party and is likely to join the Haryana Janhit Congress (HJC) of Kuldeep Bishnoi. Sharma, who is currently an MLA from Ambala, has been a close confidant of the state chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda.
Four murder convicts from Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda's constituency in Rohtak will walk free courtesy Haryana cabinet. A day before the model code of conduct for Lok Sabha polls came into effect, Haryana governor Jagannath Pahadia on Tuesday granted pardon to the four life convicts whose mercy petitions were referred to him a second time by the cabinet on February 26, 2014.