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CBI books Haryana ex-CM Bhupinder Hooda, others in plots allotment case
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CBI books Haryana ex-CM Bhupinder Hooda, others in plots allot...

Regarding the allotment of 14 industrial plots during the previous Congress rule in the state, a case was filed by the CBI on Monday against former Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda. Those named along with Hooda in the FIR include D.P.S. Nagal ... IndiaTV News, 1 day ago
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Congress leader Ashok Kaka shot dead in Rohtak

as on Friday morning shot dead by unidentified gunmen in Haryana's Rohtak district, which is trying hard to come over Jat agitation. Ashok Kaka was the aide of former Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda . The incident occurred at around 6.30 am in a ...
 Zee News1 month ago Rs 1,500-cr Rohtak projects in limbo under BJP's rule'  HT Syndication17 minutes ago Haryana: Congress leader shot dead by unidentified gunmen in Rohtak  DNA1 month ago Congress leader shot dead in Rohtak  Sify1 month ago

Prakash Singh Report a Cover up, Want Probe By SC Judge: Cong

Congress today dubbed the Prakash Singh Committee report into widespread violence in Haryana during the Jat pro-quota stir as "operation cover up" and demanded a time-bound probe by a sitting Supreme Court judge. "The report of Prakash Singh, who ...
 Outlook India1 week ago Politics over Prakash panel report hots up  Times of India3 hours ago PTI - CONG-LD COMMITTEE - Prakash Singh report a cover up, want probe by SC judge: Cong  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago

Committee report might expose ruling party nexus: Congress

Haryana Congress chief Ashok Tanwar today alleged that the state government has refused to make the findings of the Prakash Singh Committee public as it might expose the nexus between the ruling party and the officers behind the violence during the ...
 Business Standard10 hours ago PTI - HR-TANWAR - Committee report might expose ruling party nexus: Congress  Namibia Press Agency10 hours ago CIC says make IB report on whistle-blower officer public  Business Standard1 month ago

Haryana Govt shielding culprits of quota stir: Opp

osition, INLD and Congress in Haryana on Tuesday accused the Manohar Lal led BJP Government in the state of shielding the culprits of Jat quota stir and demanded that Prakash Singh Committee report should be made public. The revelations made by ...
 New Delhi Pioneer4 hours ago

Jat stir: Tanwar blames govt for holding back panel findings

Haryana Congress president Ashok Tanwar. — Tribune file Tribune News Service Kurukshetra, May 24 State Congress president Ashok Tanwaron Tuesdayblamed the BJP-led Haryana government for holding back the Prakash Singh Committee report ...
 Chandigarh Tribune12 hours ago Ready to mend fences with Hooda, says Tanwar  Chandigarh Tribune4 days ago Guilty-conscious govt not disclosing panel findings: Tanwar  Chandigarh Tribune5 hours ago

As BJP Celebrates 'Congress-Mukt' Bharat, Its Real Challenge

For the first time since September 2014 -- following its electoral victories in Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand and Maharashtra -- the BJP had cause to celebrate on Thursday. The celebrations reached a crescendo at the BJP party office in Delhi ...
 NDTV4 days ago Ideas-Mukt Congress Scripts Its Own Electoral Eclipse  New Indian Express3 days ago Congress has won just 261 of 2,226 seats that went to polls in last 24 months  Oneindia3 days ago A look at Congress's vote-shares in all states and a comparison with BJP  Oneindia1 day ago
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Congress seeks judicial probe into Jat quotastir

Haryana Congress leader Ajay Yadav Sunday sought inquiry into the violence during the February Jat reservation stir from a sitting judge of the Supreme Court. He has also demanded that the BJP government in Haryana should explain on what basis was ...
 Yahoo! India1 day ago Workers unpaid under MGNREGS: Hooda  Times of India1 week ago Congress demands President's Rule in Haryana  IndiaTV News2 months ago Jat stir: Congress demands President's Rule in Haryana  Business Standard2 months ago
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Regional Buzz : Sukhbir Badal's Akali badge of pride, Congress games and Haryana...

Badge of pride If you want respect from others, you must first learn to respect yourself. This seems to be the new mantra of the ruling Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD). In a recent meeting of the Punjab cabinet, deputy chief minister Sukhbir Singh ...
 Hindustan Times1 day ago
New Delhi Pioneer

After Rajasthan, textbooks in Haryana drop names of senior political figures

According to Haryana Congress chief Ashok Tanwar, the Haryana government has scrapped a chapter from a Class V textbook which profiled political personalities like Ranbir Hooda, Chhotu Ram, Devi Lal and
 India Today1 week ago Hry to introduce chapters on prominent leaders  New Delhi Pioneer6 days ago Haryana Govt denies changes in textbooks  New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago Political storm after chapter on Jat heroes removed from Haryana textbook  catchnews.com2 days ago
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