On Haryana buses, no more toffees in lieu of change

Making the journey by state transport buses "sweeter" by giving toffees to passengers instead of loose change will no longer be allowed.

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Haryana Roadways employees call off strike

Haryana Roadways employees on Monday called off their strike against the government's move to grant route permits to private bus operators, after their talks with State Transport Minister Aftab Ahmed this morning.

Stir by Haryana Roadways employees continues; no headway in talks

 Passengers across Haryana today faced inconvenience as state roadways employees went on an indefinite strike against the government's move to grant route permits to private bus operators, even as talks between union leaders and government officials failed to end the deadlock.

Passengers bear the brunt as stir by Haryana Roadways employees continues

Passengers across Haryana on Sunday faced inconvenience as state roadways employees went on an indefinite strike against the government's move to grant route permits to private bus operators, even as talks between union leaders and government officials failed to end the deadlock.

Commuters stranded as Haryana Roadways staff go on strike

Thousands of commuters were stranded across Haryana as Haryana Roadways employees went on a flash strike on Saturday.

Student killed by Haryana Roadways bus, friends go on rampage

College student died after he came under wheels of Haryana Roadways bus, following which his friends set another bus on fire, damaged several others and blocked the Hisar-Sirsa National Highway here.

Strike hits normal life in Haryana, govt bus services resume partially

A section of Roadways employees union in Haryana on Tuesday called off their strike, which was called in support of various demands, including abolishment of contractual system, after a meeting with the state government.

Section of Haryana roadways employees calls off strike

A section of Roadways employees union in Haryana on Tuesday called off their strike, which was called in support of various demands, including abolishment of contractual system, after a meeting with the state government.

Commuters face problems as Haryana Roadways employees go on strike

Commuters had a harrowing time on Monday as employees of state-owned Haryana Roadways went on a strike demanding abolishment of contractual system and outsourcing of work even as the government imposed prohibitory orders in the area preventing assembly of five or more persons.

Hooda announces 50 pc concession for elder in bus fares

Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda today announced concession of 50 per cent in fares of Haryana Roadways buses to elderly persons of the state above the age of 65 years from January 1, 2014.

Free travel facility in Haryana roadways buses on Rakhi

The Haryana government has decided to allow free travel facility to women and their minor children in state roadways buses on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan.

Haryana refuses to pay for roadways buses fined in Delhi

The Haryana government has refused to foot the bill for the traffic violation tickets issued by the Delhi Police to state roadways buses in the national capital.

Haryana buses refuse to enter Delhi

Thousands of people were left in the lurch as buses of the state-run Haryana Roadways did not enter Delhi territory Saturday following a protest against traffic tickets issued by the Delhi Police.

Haryana Roadways to extend shift timings of buses

Haryana Roadways on Saturday decided to extend the timings of its bus shifts in Gurgaon and Faridabad from 16 to 18 hours daily.

New bus routes and roadways buses in Gurgaon

Haryana Roadways is expanding its city operations in Gurgaon by adding 20 more buses to its city fleet and three new routes.

Hooda launches Haryana`s super luxury bus service

Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder
Singh Hooda today launched a super luxury bus service of the
state Roadways by flagging off the first fleet of 25 such
buses from Haryana Bhawan here.

14 injured in Ambala bus-truck collision

As many as 14 passengers were today
injured when a Haryana roadways bus collided with a truck on
GT road near Ambala Cantt, police said.