HindustanTimes Sat,30 Aug 2014


EC issues guidelines to monitor paid news in Haryana

The Election Commission of India has issued guidelines to check the menace of paid news during the forthcoming legislative assembly elections in Haryana.

Man gets 10 years' jail for raping minor

Additional district and sessions judge Madhu Khanna Lali has awarded ten years' rigorous imprisonment to Ashish, 22, a resident of Sham Nagar in Hisar, for raping a minor in her house last year.

Haryana minister, daughter deny involvement in BJP leader’s murder

Haryana excise and taxation minister Kiran Chaudhary and her daughter and former Lok Sabha MP Shruti Chaudhary informed the Punjab and Haryana high court on Tuesday that they have no role in the murder of BJP leader Rakesh Malik in Bhiwani, in February, and the petition filed against them is politically motivated.

Chief parliamentary secy’s car hit by canter on NH-1

Family members of chief parliamentary secretary Ram Kishan Gujjar had a narrow escape when a state government car, in which they were travelling, was hit by a canter on National Higway-1 here on Tuesday evening.

MLA, eight others discharged in 2009 rioting case

Judicial magistrate Mohit Aggarwal on Monday discharged BJP MLA Anil Vij and eight others in an alleged rioting case registered against them in November 2009.

Govt grounds bureaucrats ahead of announcement of poll dates

Going into an overdrive ahead of the announcement of dates for the assembly elections, the state government on Monday ordered top officials of various departments to not leave the state headquarters this week.

Govt enhances ex gratia for kin of armed, paramilitary forces personnel

The Haryana government has enhanced the rate of ex gratia given to members of the families of central armed police forces (CAPF) and central paramilitary forces personnel, who died in harness or got disabled in the performance of their duties while serving in operational areas in war or terrorist or militant attack.

Haryana adds over 30 lakh new voters in electoral roll

More than 30 lakh first-time voters are expected to exercise their franchise in the upcoming Assembly polls in Haryana, likely to be held in October.

Haryana: Stalked, 2 teenage girls commit suicide

Upset over stalking, two teenager girls in the town have committed suicide by consuming soft drink laced with poisonous substance at a coaching centre on Monday. The victims were students of class 11th and 12th respectively in a local school here.

Employees' regularisation policy challenged in HC

The Haryana government's policy released to gain political advantage in the upcoming state assembly elections by regularising over 20,000 Group B, C and D ad hoc/contract employees who have completed three years of service has been challenged in the Punjab and Haryana high court.

Cabinet relaxes school services rules

The cabinet on Monday approved the proposal of the school education department to make certain amendments in service rules. It gave nod to amendments in Haryana State Education School Cadre (Group B) Service Rules, 2012, Mewat District School Education (Group B) Service Rules, 2012, Haryana School Education (Group C) State Cadre Service Rules, 2012, Mewat District School Education (Group C) Service Rules, 2012 and Haryana Primary Education (Group C) District Cadre Service Rules, 2012.

BJP's 'Vijay Yatra' flagged off from Sirsa

With the assembly polls round the corner, a 'Vijay Yatra' led by BJP leader Captain Abhimanyu started from Talwara village of Sirsa on Monday.

Nurse accuses doctor of molestation

A nurse working in a primary health centre (PHC), Randhava, in Chaupata village of the district has accused a male doctor of molesting her during duty hours on last Wednesday. Though she had registered a police complaint on August 20, the police have not taken any action against doctor, she alleged.

HC reserves order on Haryana's appeal against Maruti

The Delhi high court on Monday reserved its ruling on Haryana's plea challenging its order restraining the state from prosecuting car maker Maruti for not having prior environment clearance (EC) for its unit in Rohtak.

Bindal made Haryana BJP poll campaign incharge

Himachal Pradesh BJP general secretary Rajiv Bindal has been made campaign in-charge for the Haryana assembly elections. "We would get majority in 90-member Haryana assembly and a media room, war-room, publicity and campaign centre was set up at BJP headquarters at Rohtak on Saturday," Bindal said on Sunday.
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