Legislators,MPs,ministers and the states bureaucrats are among the growing list of 551 defaulters,who owe money to the government for staying at the Haryana Bhawan in Delhi; with some of them failing to clear paltry dues.
With the Punjab and Haryana High Court restraining the Punjab government from implementing a policy that sought to name government schools after those who donate money for them,a similar initiative envisaged by the Haryana government is now in the doldrums.
In wake of the increasing incidents of harassment of students caused by outsiders on the campuses in Haryana,the state government has decided to make identity card compulsory for both students and teachers in all colleges from next month.
The state-run Senior Secondary School at Pheran village of Jind district in Haryana did not function for the fifth consecutive day Monday as the agitated locals refused to open main door to the school that they had locked on May 16,the day a class nine student alleged that she was raped by a teacher at gunpoint for over a month and harassed by other school staff.
The top ranking of the PU in the country,in a recent survey,could be a surprise for the young people but,PU has always been remembered for its glorious history, said Vice-Chancellor Arun Kumar Grover on Monday,adding that in the pre-independence era,PU was acknowledged as one of the leading universities in the country. Professor Grover was speaking […]
A total of 16 teams,including those from 13 different states of the country,as well as from the three countries of Bangladesh,Dubai and Afghanistan will take part in a cricket championship at the international cricket stadium in Panchkula from May 9.
The Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) on Monday accused the Haryana government of regional bias. Party MLA Babu Lal drew the attention of the House towards the governments alleged bias against South Haryana.