Bitta lashes out at Haryana govt over HSGPC

Hitting out at Haryana government for setting up a separate Gurdwara Management Committee, All India Anti Terrorist Front chief Maninderjit Singh Bitta on Sunday said it amounted to "interference" in religious affairs of Sikhs.

Haryana govt nominates 41 people as members of HSGMC

Taking a step further, the Haryana government today nominated 41 people as members of newly-constituted separate SGPC.

Haryana Govt interfering in matters of Sikh community: Parkash Singh Badal

Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Saturday said that the Haryana government is interfering into matters of the Sikh community over the bifurcation of Shiromani Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee (SGPC).

Hooda government delaying action in cash-for-land use scam: INLD

The Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) Sunday accused the Haryana government of using delaying tactics in registering a corruption case against the state`s Chief Parliamentary Secretary (CPS) Ram Kishan Fauji in a cash-for-change of land use scandal.

Haryana announces relief for power consumers

The Haryana government Thursday announced relief for electricity consumers in the state. The new rates would come into effect from this month.

17 IPS officers shuffled in Haryana

The Haryana government on Wednesday issued transfer and posting orders of 17 IPS officers, including Commissioners and SPs, and nine Haryana Police Services officers.

Sushil Kumar gets land to set up wrestling academy

Two-time Olympic medal winner wrestler Sushil Kumar has received the eight acres of land that was promised to him by the Haryana government for setting up his academy at the Motilal Nehru School of Sports in Sonepat.

Sushil Kumar, Yogeshwar Dutt to get land to set up academies

The Haryana Government today decided to give land to Olympic medal-winning grapplers Sushil Kumar and Yogeshwar Dutt for setting up their wrestling academies, even as the State Cabinet here approved amendment in its Sports Policy of 2009 so as to raise the award money of outstanding sportspersons.

Haryana govt to fill up 65,000 posts soon

The recruitment drive aims to fill up 25,000 posts of teachers and 12,000 posts in police department, an official release quoting Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda said.

85,000 PAY beneficiaries registered in Haryana

The Haryana government has identified and registered 85,000 beneficiaries of Priyadarshini Awaas Yojana (PAY), a scheme under which they will get financial aid of Rs 81,000 to construct houses.

Death of CJM`s wife: Haryana govt to recommend CBI probe

Haryana government is all set to hand over the probe into the murder of Geetanjali Garg, the wife of Gurgaon Chief Judicial Magistrate Ravneet Garg.

Haryana govt sends 11,000 tents to U`khand

The Haryana Government sent 11,000 tents to Uttarakhand as a part of the relief supplies to help those affected by the natural calamity in the hilly state.

Yamuna embankments in Haryana to be strengthened

The Haryana government on Saturday said that the embankments of Yamuna river in the state would be further strengthened in the wake of damage caused by excessive flow of water in the river.

Human Rights panel pulls up Haryana over death of sewer cleaners

The NHRC has taken cognisance of a complaint based on a media report that two labourers died and another was in a serious condition due to asphyxia while cleaning a sewer line of a factory and in Bahalgarh in Haryana.

Haryana planning to expand scope of NRLM

Haryana government is considering to expand the scope of the National Rural Livelihood Mission (NRLM) programme to cover beneficiaries in all the 21 districts in the state.

CCTV cameras to be installed at bus stands in Haryana

Haryana government on Sunday said that all bus stands in the state will be fitted with CCTV cameras to prevent any mischief in the premises.

Scheme to control stray dogs menace in Haryana

The Haryana government has approved the proposal to frame a comprehensive scheme to control the population of stray dogs and the spread of deadly diseases like rabies.

Land to Rajiv Gandhi Trust rocks Haryana Assembly

The issue of "illegal" allotment of land to Rajiv Gandhi Charitable Trust by the Haryana government rocked the state Assembly.

Record 1.42 lakh footfalls at Surajkund fair

Sunday was an unusually busy day at the popular Surajkund Crafts Mela near New Delhi. The fair saw a record footfall of over 142,000 people - the highest in a single day in the 27 editions of the fair.

Rs 100 cr spent on purchasing dual desks in Haryana: Bhukkal

The Haryana government has spent more than Rs 100 crore on purchasing dual desks for the government schools in the state.