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HindustanTimes Sat,12 Jul 2014

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Body of man missing for eight days found

The body of Mansa Devi Complex resident and State Bank of Patiala (SBoP) senior manager Rajeev Sharma, who was missing since July 3, has been found from a canal in Hisar. According to the police, Sharma, 52, was suffering from depression and had been taking treatment for it.

Haryana Roadways bus staff leaves passengers in the lurch

If you are travelling to chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda hometown Rohtak by a Haryana Roadways bus at night the journey might turn into an ordeal. Several passengers, including this correspondent, who were travelling on the Hisar-Rohtak route on Wednesday night had a bitter experience while travelling in a Haryana Roadways.

Cops transferred, seniors crack whip

Taking serious note of a Station House Officer (SHO) leveling bribery charges against a Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) on online messaging application Whats App, both the cops have been transferred.

I don’t even possess a driving licence, says accused Tilak Raj

In a resumed hearing of the Jyoti murder case, Tilak Raj, who allegedly drove a truck over Jyoti on the night of murder, told the court on Friday, that he did not even hold a driving licence. The recording of statements of the accused under Section 313 of Code of Criminal Procedure has been under process in the case and five of the accused have recorded their statements so far.

Alchemist hospital, doctor fined Rs. 10 lakh for medical negligence

The District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum, Panchkula, has awarded compensation of Rs. 10 lakh to a woman whose child died during labour due to negligence on the part of Alchemist hospital, Sector 21, and Sector-8 based doctor Dr Kamla Thukral, in 2006.

Punjab asked about relief to border farmers

The Punjab and Haryana high court on Friday directed the Punjab government to inform the court about the actual compensation paid to around 4,000 far mers of Punjab till date whose cultivable land falls in the area of the border fencing and the international border between India and Pakistan.

Football 1937, lessons for a lifetime

Chandulal took aim to kick the football between the goalposts. The crowd was waiting to yell “wahwah”, hoping he’d score. But the ball sped to the left of the goalpost. The crowd sighed in despair. We had just lost an inter-school match in 1937, since Chandulal would not pass the ball to a teammate. Writes Hari Chand Aneja.

Punjab to get Pakistan expertise in cattle breeding

Punjab chief minister Parkash Singh Badal has asked the animal husbandry department to prepare a conservation plan to introduce the high-yielding Sahiwal breed of milch cattle on a mass scale in the state.

Debate on need for Prez nod rages on

The debate whether the Haryana Sikh Gurdwaras (Management) Bill, 2014, passed by the Haryana assembly on Friday can override the Sikh Gurdwaras Act, 1925, and needs Presidential assent continues to rage.

‘Bill doesn’t need Presidential nod’

Lawyer Anupam Gupta says the Haryana Sikh Gurdwara (Management) Bill passed by the Haryana assembly is not required to be sent for the President’s assent. “The bill is fully within the legislative competence of the Haryana Vidhan Sabha,” he said.

Haryana govt to nominate ad hoc body to run affairs

The Haryana Sikh Gurdwaras (Management) Bill, 2014, which was passed by Haryana assembly on Friday, would facilitate the establishment of a committee — Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee — for the proper management and control of gurdwaras and gurdwara properties within Haryana.

Frequent power cuts make life miserable for city residents

With day temperatures touching 43 degrees Celsius and no sight of any rain, the power scenario in the border districts seems to be getting worse with each passing day.

UT launches two mobile vans selling onions, potatoes at controlled rates

The UT food and supplies department on Friday started two mobile vans to function as low-price stalls selling onions and potatoes at control rates.

Punjab CM inaugurate Mandi Board building today

Punjab chief minister Parkash Singh Badal will inaugurate the state-of-the-art Punjab Mandi board, Sector 65, SAS Nagar, on Saturday.

This monsoon, it’s raining power cuts in Punjab

After the state announced load-shedding measures on Thursday, consumers faced power cuts ranging from four to six hours on Friday. While the domestic consumers kept cribbing about the cuts, the farmers unions led by Bharti Kisan Union (Dakaunda) held a protest in front of the Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) headquarters
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