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Vishal Dadlani booked by Haryana police for sarcastic tweet on Jain monk Tarun Sagar

Vishal Dadlani booked by Haryana police for sarcastic tweet on...

Music composer Vishal Dadlani has been booked by Haryana police for allegedly hurting religious sentiments. DNA, 2 hours ago
Dadlani booked in Haryana over Jain monk tweet Deccan Herald, 8 hours ago
Vishal Dadlani booked over Jain monk tweet, 8 hours ago

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Mewat murder and gangrape case: Four accused held by police in Haryana

On Sunday, four people were arrested in connection with robbery, alleged murder of couple and gang-rape of their two relatives, a woman and a minor in Mewat district’s Dingerheri village. The post Mewat murder and gangrape case: Four accused held by police ...
 First Post.com17 hours ago Couple beaten to death; two woman allegedly gangraped in Mewat, Haryana  catchnews.com3 days ago Two arrested from Haryana in double murder case  United News of India3 weeks ago Double murder case in Delhi's Ranhola: Two held, police probe honour killing angle  Indian Express3 weeks ago
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Vishal Dadlani, Congress leader booked over Jain monk remarks

The Haryana Police on Monday booked Bollywood music director Vishal Dadlani and Congress leader Tehseen Poonawalla for making "objectionable" remarks against Jain religious leader Tarun Sagar.Both of them were booked by the police in Haryana's Ambala city, 45 ...
 Prokerala7 hours ago Vishal Dadlani,Congress leader booked over Jain monk remarks  Sahara Samay English7 hours ago

Gurugram: 'Romeo-free' campaign for women safety, 46 arrested

To ensure women's safety in Gurgaon, Haryana Police arrested 46 people during a drive, police said on Saturday. "Romeo-free" campaign was last night carried out at Mehrauli-Gurgaon (MG) road in Gurgaon, where thousands of people throng specially on weekends, ...
 DNA2 days ago 46 arrested in Romeo-free drive in Gurgaon  Business Standard2 days ago

Jat agitation probe: Haryana govt does not want second report looking into police reforms

Probe head says govt does not want a second bitter pill after the first report indicted several officers in police and administration.
 DNA3 days ago Haryana govt said no to second report on Jat riot probe as first was a bitter pill: Prakash Singh tells Firstpost  First Post.com3 days ago Haryana govt does not want second bitter pill, says Jat probe head  Deccan Herald3 days ago

Haryana CM for women police stations at sub-divisioanal level

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal on Saturday said that for ensuring safety of women, women's police stations would be set up at sub-divisional level on the pattern of those already established at district level, after completion of police ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago Khattar forgets Sindhu's name, calls her from Karnataka  Deccan Herald5 days ago Ensure better implementation of projects: Khattar to officials  Business Standard1 week ago PHOTOS: States celebrate Independence Day with fervour  Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Prez Medal for Deswal, SK Gupta

Tribune News Service Chandigarh, August 14 On the eve of Independence Day, Rajbir Singh Deswal, ADGP, Haryana Police Academy, Madhuban, has been awarded the President's Police Medal for Distinguished Service while Satender Kumar Gupta, SP, has ...
 Chandigarh Tribune2 weeks ago Haryana cop awarded with President's Police Medal  New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago 70th I-Day: police officer of Haryana awarded president's Police Medal  United News of India2 weeks ago Medals for 948 police personnel  The Hindu2 weeks ago

Haryana Police To Have 1,100 Traffic Cops In Gurgaon

Haryana Police plans to deploy 1,100 traffic police constables in Gurgaon following criticism over massive traffic jams in the wake of heavy downpour during monsoon this year, an official said on Friday. Director General of Police (DGP) KP Singh ...
 NDTV3 weeks ago Gurugram to have 1,100 traffic cops  The Statesman3 weeks ago Gurgaon to have 1,100 traffic cops  Prokerala3 weeks ago Gurugram police commissioner faces heat after rains create havoc in city  catchnews.com1 month ago
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Haryana plans 'gau rakshak' ID to weed out fake activists

CHANDIGARH: Haryana cow commission on Wednesday decided to issue identity cards to cow protectors following police inputs about fake cow vigilantes extorting money from truckers. The move comes just four days after PM Modi said that an overwhelming ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Haryana takes on Gau Raksha Dals  The Freepress Journal2 weeks ago Cow vigilantes to be issued ID cards in Haryana  Siasat Daily2 weeks ago Gau Rakshaks to get I cards in Haryana  New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago

Haryana govt mulls over issuing I-cards to 'Gau Raksha Dals'

The Haryana government has decided to carry out police verification of all members of Gau Raksha Dals and might issue them identity cards to fight cow vigilantism.
 DNA2 weeks ago Haryana government for police verification of Gau Raksha Dals  Indian Express2 weeks ago PTI - HR-COW - Haryana govt for police verification of 'Gau Raksha Dals'  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago Haryana cow commission has Gau Rakshaks as members and a Rs 20 crore fund  catchnews.com2 weeks ago
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