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Shifting or shutting liquor vends in Haryana: ‘Let Gram Sabhas decide’

For the Gram Sabha to take this decision, the “quorum of the Gram Sabha meeting for passing such a resolution shall be one-tenth of its members”.

Dushyant Chautala: Haryana to move Bill to grant 75% job quota to state youth

Soon after Dushyant’s announcement, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar also informed the House that the Bill will be introduced in the next Assembly session.

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It’s not going to be the system that was run for 5 years: Dushyant Chautala

“It is not going to be the same system that was being run for five years. I can assure you on that,” said Chautala, whose Jannayak Janta Party is now part of the ruling alliance with BJP in Haryana.

Waiting to leave: Truckers in Kashmir live in fear as attacks on non-Kashmiris rise

Since Oct 14, there have been a series of attacks on outsiders by suspected militants in South Kashmir. For Hashim and his brothers, truck drivers from Mewat, the fear is real, but now they have little option but to wait for their trucks to be loaded.

Haryana: Hooda gets Sonia's nod, appointed Congress legislature party chief

AICC in-charge for Haryana Ghulam Nabi Azad announced the decision on Saturday, a day after the newly-elected MLAs in the state were unable to reach a consensus and authorised Congress president Sonia Gandhi to take the decision.

Out of Tihar, Ajay Chautala says: 'I told Dushyant to go with BJP'

Haryana government formation: Ajay and his wife Naina Chautala are expected to attend son Dushyant's swearing-in ceremony at Haryana Raj Bhavan in Chandigarh at 2.15 pm.

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Haryana: Manohar Lal Khattar, Dushyant Chautala oath today; father Ajay gets Tihar break

Dushyant’s father Ajay Chautala, who is serving a 10-year sentence in Delhi’s Tihar jail, was granted 14 days’ furlough on Saturday.

Explained: The role of a Deputy Chief Minister in the functioning of state government

In undivided Punjab, there used to be deputy ministers, state ministers and cabinet ministers. But ever since Haryana was carved out of Punjab in 1966, the practice was discontinued.

Dushyant's father Ajay Chautala granted furlough for two weeks

The development comes a day after the JJP struck an alliance with the BJP in Haryana.

Haryana: After facing criticism, BJP rejects Gopal Kanda's offer of support

The BJP had initially approached Gopal Kanda, but later dropped the idea following outrage outside, and within, the party. Kanda is accused of abetting suicide of an air hostess.

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HBSE BSEH 10th result 2019: Websites to check matric exam results

BSEH Haryana Board Class 10th result 2019: Over 3 lakh candidates who had appeared in the examination can check their results through the official website bseh.org.in at 3 pm

Declared! HBSE Haryana Board 12th Result 2019 @bseh.org.in: Websites to check

The BSEH Haryana Board 12th Result 2019 has been released at the official websites, bseh.org.in and indiaresult.com.

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Jat agitation continues in Haryana, water crisis in Delhi

The absence of police and officials of the administration is being widely criticised by the residents of Rohtak who state that the situation could have been better controlled.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses election rally in Haryana

PM Modi along with party candidates for upcoming Haryana Assembly election and other party workers during election campaign rally in Karnal

Storm kills 9 in NCR region

The storm struck Delhi at 4:58 PM immediately throwing normal life out of gear.

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Idea Exchange With Manohar Lal Khattar

An RSS pracharak, Manohar Lal Khattar was handpicked by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to lead the first BJP government in Haryana in 2014. He is the first non-Jat leader in 18 years to occupy the state chief minister’s post. During the Jat quota agitation in February this year, the first-time MLA found himself on the […]

Haryana's development incomplete without 'clean water': Birender Singh

New Delhi, Mar 01 (ANI): Union Minister for Sanitation and Drinking Water Birender Singh said on Tuesday that Haryana would be fully developed only when there is enough clean water to drink for everyone. Birender said that under the 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan', the ruling dispensation will not leave any stone unturned to provide clean water facility in the villages. He added that soon the government will form a 'Panchvarshi' yogna, under which every village will get Rs 80 Lakh for the purpose of development.

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Woman alleges gang-rape during Jat agitation in Haryana

Murthal, Feb 29 (ANI): Amid reports of mass sexual assaults during violent protests by the Jat community demanding reservation, a woman has come forward saying that she was raped by seven men during the violent protests. Haryana’s Deputy Inspector General of Police, Rajshree Singh informed that the police has registered a case and initiated a probe into the matter.Singh added the woman had also identified few perpetrators, one of them being her relative. He said that the woman claimed her 12-year-old daughter, who accompanied her in her car, was not raped but her clothes were torn apart.

Police denies alleged reports of rape in Hisar

Hisar, Feb 25 (ANI): Haryana Director General of Police Yashpal Singhal on Thursday denied the presence of any evidence in the alleged rape incident during the recent quota protests in Hisar, Haryana. According to local media reports, women passengers were stopped on the national highway near Murthal in Haryana on early Monday morning and were dragged to the surrounding fields and raped. Further probe is underway.

Kanpur: Upper caste community holds ‘semi-nude’ protest demanding reservation

Kanpur, Feb 24 (ANI): After the protests by the Jat community of Haryana demanding reservation in the other backward classes (OBC) category, upper caste people in Kanpur held a semi-nude protest demanding reservation. The protestors critised Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for all the fake promises. The protesters raised slogans against BJP.

Jat row: Haryana CM offers compensation for innocents killed

Rohtak (Haryana), Feb 23 (ANI): Breaking his silence after the seven-day long agitation by the Jat community, Haryana Chief Minister ML Khattar on Tuesday offered compensation for the innocents killed in the reservation violence. Khattar added that a committee will also be formed to probe the lapses of police personnel and other district officials regarding the same.

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Rohtak traders demand compensation for their loss

Rohtak, Feb 23 (ANI): The traders, whose shops were either burnt down or looted during the quota stir by the Jat community in Rohtak, Haryana, took to the streets and urged the government to compensate them for their losses at the earliest. A shopkeeper, Gulshan Dang, said, "I want to urge the Narendra Modi-led government to compensate our losses 100 percent without any delay." Another shopkeeper, Anil Kumar said that he is left with no source of income after his two showrooms were burnt down by the protestors. He asked PM Modi and Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar that why are common people suffering who don't relate to Jat demands.

Jat protestors set bus on fire in Bharatpur

Bharatpur (Rajasthan), Feb 22 (ANI): The Jat agitators demanding reservation blocked roads in Bharatpur, Rajasthan, on Monday. The protestors blocked the roads and took to streets to register their agitation. The protestors also burnt a bus. Sporadic incidents of arson were reported as life in violence-torn Haryana limped back to normal with curfew being lifted gradually.

16 people killed in Jat agitation: Haryana Minister

Chandigarh, Feb 22 (ANI): Addressing a press conference, Haryana Education Minister Rambilas Sharma here on Monday said at least 16 people have lost their lives so far in the ongoing Jat agitation.The minister said the people who suffered economical loss during the protest can reimburse the amounts by filling up a performa.

Jat row: Railways to run special trains for stranded passengers

New Delhi, Feb 22 (ANI): Chief public relation officer of Northern Railways Neeraj Sharma on Monday said in view of the ongoing Jat agitation, special trains would run covering the outer regions connected with Haryana. Sharma added that a special train from Chandigarh to Anand Vihar, New Delhi, would be on the tracks by the evening, which will have a total of 17 coaches.He further informed that Northern Railways is planning to start more trains from the Jammu region.

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