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26-year-old man attempts suicide outside PM’s house

Jitender further alleged he had informed the SP of Fatehabad district but no action had been taken on his complaint.


Hooda vs party and opposition

Ahead of assembly elections, Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda finds himself battling high-profile exits from Congress.


Kaithal town remains tense after HSGMC members take over gurdwara

Security had been beefed up in and around the town on Wednesday evening.

Read more: Haryana, HSGMC, kaithal

SGPC row: SC steps in to restrain Haryana

SC asked the Haryana’s DGP and concerned Superintendents of Police to ensure law and order situation across the state.

Read more: gurudwaras, Haryana, SGPC

Akal Takht calls for status quo on Haryana gurdwaras

Today’s order smacks of bias, says newly-elected Haryana SGPC chief Jagdish Singh Jhinda.


Solanki sworn in as new Haryana Guv, evades queries on HSGPC

Solanki was Rajya Sabha member from 2009 to 2012 and from 2012 till date in his second term.


Haryana polls: AAP can’t be seen as running away, says Yogendra

Now, the young party is roiled by yet more internal disturbance and this time it is playing out in the open.


Haryana CEO reviews arrangements for Assembly polls

He gave necessary instructions to Deputy Commissioners who are in charge of elections in their respective areas.

Per capita income: State second only to Haryana

Per capita income is one of the yardsticks for calculating the HDI, the other two being health and education.

HC grants interim bail to Chautala

The CBI did not oppose the plea, but requested the judge to reduce the time period from 21 to 12 days.


INLD wins 2 key seats in Haryana, dents Congress, HJC

Congress candidate Sampat Singh could barely secure over 1 lakh votes, while Dushyant got 4.94 lakh and Bishnoi 4.62 lakh votes.

People show their I- Cards as they stand in a queue to cast their votes at a polling station for Lok Sabha elections in Chandigarh on Thursday.

Chandigarh creates record with 74 pc voting; over 73 pc cast vote in Haryana

Long queues were seen outside the booths at most of the places in Haryana, where polling was held in single phase and lone Lok Sabha seat of Chandigarh.

The state had recorded 49 per cent polling till 2.30 pm.

Haryana records nearly 49 per cent polling till 2.30 pm

The last round of polling shall continue till 6 pm and all those who had entered the polling stations by 6 pm shall be allowed to cast their votes.


Profile of the young Modi supporter: Male, without a job, and hopeful

Is Modi reaching beyond upper castes in Hindi heartland?

Nomination paper for Rajya sabha

Have eliminated the atmosphere of fear from Haryana: Bhupinder Singh Hooda

During INLD-BJP rule people were so much scared that they could not breathe freely, said Bhupinder Singh Hooda.


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