Haryana Agriculture Minister O.P. Dhankar on Tuesday morning returned back with the soil from the grave of World War-I hero, Risaldar Badlu Singh from Egypt, as an attempt by the Haryana Government to honor the courage he showed on the battle-field.
Haryana Government on Friday named a two-member Commission of Inquiry, headed by former Jammu and Kashmir High Court Chief Justice S N Jha, to probe conspiracy behind violent incidents during Jat agitation in February that left 30 people dead and heavy damage to property.
Punjab and Haryana High Court Tuesday asked the Haryana Government to file a status report by Monday on the Jat agitation which has claimed 19 lives and caused extensive damage to public and private property.
Health and Sports Minister Vij was angry that Agriculture Minister OP Dhankar had tweeted in the afternoon that Rs.10 lakh would be given to those killed in the violence along with a government job to one family member.
After fixing the minimum educational qualification for elections to the Panchayati Raj institutions in Haryana, the Manohar Lal Khattar government is mulling making class XII qualification mandatory for contesting the municipal corporation polls in the state.
A day after Gurgaon observed a 'car-free day' to free the roads from traffic congestion, the National Green Tribunal today asked Haryana government to inform it about its actual impact on the pollution level in the city.
Alleging that the Haryana government was "not serious" about Jat reservation, the Sarva Jatiya Khap Monday said it will organise a "maha-rally" here on the birth anniversary of Chaudhary Charan Singh on December 23.
Environmental activists concerned at the degradation of Yamuna river have demanded firm action by the union water resources ministry on the directive of the National Green Tribunal (NGT) to ensure a minimal flow of water in this largest tributary of the Ganges.
Joining the list of authorities that have prohibited meat sale in view of religious observances, Fatehabad Municipal Council (FMC) has banned the slaughter of animals for nine days on account of the Jain 'Paryushan Parv' festival.