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HindustanTimes Tue,21 Oct 2014

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RSS ideologue ML Khattar to be the new Haryana CM

A first time contestant and a first time legislator, Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) ideologue, Manohar Lal Khattar (60) was on Tuesday chosen as the leader of the BJP legislature group in Haryana assembly and thereby will be the next chief minister of Haryana.

Manohar Lal Khattar is new Haryana CM

First time legislator from Karnal Manohar Lal Khattar is new Haryana CM and he is non Jat.

Phase 11 firing incident: Two held

District police on Monday arrested two perons who were involved in a firing incident at a Phase-11 ‘dhaba’ 15 days back. The accused have been identified as Kishore Rangiwal, a native of Sirsa in Haryana, and Mandeep Singh, who hails from Sangrur.

How fair is fair?

We Indians are obsessed with fair complexion; we Punjabis especially consider it a benchmark of beauty. The umpteen brands of creams being sold on television and in the print media all claim to give a fair glow to the skin. It's easy to be carried away by the propaganda. Writes Pushpa Peshawari.

Tormented by sexual harassment, teen ends life

Delay in police action claimed the life of a Class-7 student, who tormented over harassment by two youths, committed suicide by hanging herself at her house in Kansal on Saturday.

MC takes Rs. 10 cr hit due to negligence

Though the Fourth Delhi Finance Commission’s report has recommended civic officials should be held accountable for any financial losses incurred by the municipal corporation, the latter’s top brass does not look the least bit perturbed.

Man sues traffic cop for issuing wrong fine

A Dhanas resident has moved the court, accusing the UT traffic police of challaning him wrongly for drunken driving. Considering an application filed by Harpinder Singh, 36, a resident of Milk Colony, Dhanas, chief judicial magistrate (CJM) Anubhav Sharma on Monday directed the UT police to produce entire record pertaining to challans on November 1.

Selling defective car costs auto dealer, Tata Motors Rs. 7.5 lakh

The district consumer disputes redressal forum, Panchkula, on Monday asked Banarsi Dass Automobiles Ltd, Industrial Area Phase 2, Panchkula, and Tata Motors to pay Rs. 7.55 lakh to a Zirakpur resident for delivering a defective Tata Manza Aura.

Man booked for abusing, assaulting cops

The police on Sunday booked a Sector-78 resident for allegedly using abusive language and assaulting cops. According to the police, they received a call that a man, under the influence of alcohol, was using abusive language in Sector 78, and creating disturbance.

20-yr-old woman found dead in nullah

A day after a 20-year-old woman resident of Sector 22 went missing under mysterious circumstances, her body was found at a rivulet near Shambhu Barrier at Rajpura on Sunday evening.

Merger with Sun Pharma: Ranbaxy moves HC for nod

Moving closer to finalising the biggest merger of two Indian medicine companies, Ranbaxy Laboratories has moved the Punjab and Haryana high court to get sanction for its scheme of amalgamation with Sun Pharmaceuticals.

A third of state’s new House does not hold any degree

While graduation is a minimum qualification for most government jobs, every third member of the 13th Haryana assembly does not hold that distinction. Out of the 90 members in the house, 30 have mentioned their highest education qualification as being below graduation.

BSF not to offer sweets to Pakistani Rangers on Diwali

The bitterness that has started brewing between the Border Security Force (BSF) and the Pakistani Rangers in the Attari sector and came to the fore on Eid, is likely to resurface on Diwali with the BSF has decided not to offer sweets to the rangers on one of the biggest Indian festivals.

PM Modi endorses RSS man Khattar for Haryana CM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has endorsed Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) activist and first-time legislator Manohar Lal Khattar’s name for the chief minister’s post in Haryana following intense jockeying over the top position after the BJP swept the assembly polls, sources told HT on Monday.

Haryana assembly elections: After the loss, future of stalwarts hangs in balance

A number of political stalwarts and bigwigs had to bite the dust in the 2014 Haryana assembly elections. While many of them belonged to established political parties, there were others like Venod Sharma and Gopal Kanda who had floated their own political outfits and were hoping to cash in on the multi-cornered contests in a majority of seats. The future of some of these politicians looks under cloud and it may take a while for them to be back in reckoning.
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