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HindustanTimes Sat,20 Sep 2014

Chandigarh

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.

Congress MLA-SDM verbal spat: Officers fail to broker compromise

The inquiry into the alleged verbal spat between Congress legislator Kuljit Singh Nagra and subdivisional magistrate (SDM) Pooja Syal Grewal on Monday is yet to begin, even as senior officials of the administration have failed to broker a compromise.

Delhi HC extends bail to Chautala, his son

The Delhi high court Friday extended the interim bail of former Haryana chief minister Om Prakash Chautala and his son Ajay Chautala till September 26. They were sentenced to 10-year imprisonment in the teachers recruitment scam.

Talwandi inherited politics from Akali activist father

Former SAD chief and former SGPC president Jagdev Singh Talwandi, who passed away here on Friday, was influenced by his father Chhanga Singh, who was a landlord of Mullanpur village in Lyallpur district of Pakistan and an activist in all Sikh morchas.

Jyoti murder case: NGO demands justice

Tricity-based NGO Koshish under its president, BJP leader Ranjana Shahi, held a protest opposite DAV College, Sector 10, Chandigarh, demanding justice in the Jyoti muder case.

PU Student Centre cries for attention

The Panjab University (PU) Student Centre, which is the heart of the social activities of students, is crying for attention due to poor maintenance. Broken gazeboes, foul smell emanating from the stagnant water from the non-functional fountain and leftovers of food littered all around: the centre has been in a terrible state for so long.

Farm varsity's College of Basic Science holds convocation

Vice-chancellor of Chaudhary Sarwan Kumar Himachal Pradesh Agriculture University (HPAU), Palampur, KK Katoch on Friday underlined the importance of basic sciences in research and applied sciences, stating that without proper knowledge of these subjects, it was difficult to achieve a sustainable development.

HPU expels nine students; SFI to knock court's door

The Himachal Pradesh University administration on Friday expelled nine students of left backed Student Federation of India (SFI), accusing them of causing indiscipline and vitiating academic atmosphere on the university campus.

Kaul Singh Thakur bats forAIIMS-like hospital for Mandi

State health minister Kaul Singh Thakur on Thursaday met union health minister Harshvardhan Chauhan in New Delhi and demanded that the Centre should open a hospital on analogy of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Mandi district at the earliest.

'Judges' security in jeopardy,govt seems unconcerned'

BR Kaundal, a retired Himachal Administrative Service (HAS) officer, has said that impartiality and fearlessness were attributes of a good judge but continuity of such attributes required safe and secure working environment too.

Cyber crime accused acquitted

A local court has acquitted a SAS Nagar resident booked for creating fake profile and posting obscene pictures of a woman on a social networking site in 2008 after the complainant failed to appear in the court.

WB rates Punjab's PRWSS project best in country

The World Bank has rated phase-I of Punjab Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Project (PRWSS) as the best in the country for exceeding water supply implementation target and providing water connections to villagers.

Pb govt directs officers on  issuance of certificates

Punjab government on Firday directed all concerned departments to issue SC/BC/OBC certificates to the applicants within the fixed time frame under Right to Service Act. The time limit to issue SC/BC/OBC Certificate given under act is 15 days.

Cops verfying claims OF Rs. 2.5 Lakh robbery

The police are verifying the complaint of a Nayagaon resident who claimed that he was robbed of Rs. 2.5 lakh after someone threw red chilli powder in his eyes.

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