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HindustanTimes Sun,21 Sep 2014

Haryana

INLD will lay stone for next govt on Sept 25, says Ashok Arora

State president of the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD), Ashok Arora has said on the occasion of Chaudhary Devi Lal’s birth anniversary on September 25 a historic rally will be held at Jind, where the party will lay foundation stone for the next government.

HJC to name candidates tomorrow: Renuka Bishnoi

Haryana Janhit Congress (HJC) leader Renuka Bishnoi on Saturday said the party would announce its candidates for the assembly elections by Monday.

Haryana assembly elections: CPM out with manifesto, 17 candidates

The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Saturday released its manifesto and a list of 17 candidates for the coming assembly elections in Haryana.

Capt Abhimanyu accuses govt of destroying documents

Bharatiya Janata Party leader Capt Abhimanyu on Saturday accused the Congress government in Haryana of intentionally destroying public documents.

Deepender concealed info in LS poll affidavit: Digvijay Chautala

Indian National Students Organisation (INSO) president Digvijay Chautala has alleged that Congress MP Deepender Hooda deliberately concealed details of property in the name of his spouse in the affidavit filed for the Lok Sabha elections.

INLD complains to poll panel against CEO officials

The Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) on Friday complained to Election Commission of India (EC) against some senior officials working in the office of the Haryana chief electoral officer (CEO), who it alleged had been dilly-dallying over the complaints lodged by the party to buy crucial time for the ruling party.

Corrupt MC didn’t develop Sirsa, alleges Kanda

The Haryana Lokhit Party supremo and sitting MLA from Sirsa, Gopal Kanda on Friday said `56 crore have been provided to the city municipal council in the last five years, but they have not spent a single penny on development of Sirsa.

Model code: No rooms for non-officials at PWD rest houses

Following the announcement of assembly polls in the state, the Haryana government on Thursday ordered that no rooms will be allotted to any non-official at PWD’s rest houses and circuit houses till the model code of conduct is in effect.

Notice slapped on three for model code violation

Ladwa constituency election officer sent notices to three persons, including INLD Kurukshetra district president, for violation of model code of conduct during Haryana assembly elections.

AAP launches ‘Aapawaz’ helpline as election watchdog

Though the Aam Aadmi Party is not contesting the Haryana assembly elections, the outfit on Thursday announced that it will launch a campaign to make voters aware of “tainted candidates” and protest against violations of model code of conduct.

Complaint lodged against BJP, RSS workers for manhandling cops

The police on Wednesday lodged a complaint against several Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) workers for manhandling the police while holding protests on Tuesday, demanding the arrest of a Congress worker who allegedly attacked RSS workers during a brawl over the use of a park on Sunday.

INLD urges election commissioner to bar chief secy’s extension

The Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) on Wednesday wrote to chief election commissioner (CEC) VS Sampath, urging him to bar the extension of the service of chief secretary Shakuntala Jakhu, which was sought by the state government.

Jyoti murder case: Cops not performing duty will be dealt with strongly, says Haryana DGP

Haryana director general of police SN Vashisth on Wednesday said any police personnel found not performing his duty in the Jyoti murder case would be dealt with strongly.

Haryana polls: Acid test for INLD leaders as senior command missing

In the absence of top leadership,INLD's campaign for the upcoming Haryana polls is being spearheaded by its second-rung leaders, who are elated after the party won two seats in the recent Lok Sabha polls under their command

Flying squads set up to ensure peaceful Haryana polls: DGP

Flying squads and special surveillance teams have been constituted to ensure peaceful conduct of the assembly polls in Haryana, due next month, a top police official said on Wednesday.
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