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AAP plays the Dalit card in Punjab, protests against atrocities in Gujarat, Haryana

Haryana govt to establish cyber forensic lab at Gurgaon

Haryana Government has decided to establish state-of-the-art cyber forensic laboratory equipped with high-end tools at the premises of Haryana Police, Gurgaon. It has also decided to set up hi-tech training facility in the same premises for advance ... Business Standard, 6 days ago

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Collegium recommends Justice Vazifdar as CJ of Punjab & Har HC

The Supreme Court Collegium has recommended the name of Justice Shiavax Jal Vazifdar to head the Punjab and Haryana High Court. Highly-placed sources said the SC Collegium, headed by Chief Justice of India T S Thakur, met recently and recommended ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Acting CJ administers oath to Justice Ahluwalia  Business Standard2 months ago SC collegium recommends transfer of two judges  Business Standard4 days ago

Peas, tomato prices remain high in Punjab, Haryana

Prices of vegetables including peas and tomato continued to remain high in the last one week in Punjab and Haryana due to short supplies. The prices of peas have risen sharply from nearly Rs 70-80 per kg to Rs 100-120, traders said today. Tomato ...
 Business Standard3 days ago Prices of vegetables remain high in Punjab, Haryana  The Hindu3 days ago Punjab, Haryana sizzle, rains in store  Prokerala2 months ago
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Haryana to increase the number of medical colleges with technical support from UK

The High Commissioner stipulated that it could be a good opportunity for British companies having specialisation in project design management to partner Haryana in developing such cities. By Franchise India Bureau RECENT POSTS POPULAR POSTS ...
 Franchise India1 week ago UK offer for colleges in Haryana  Times of India2 weeks ago UK to help Haryana set up medical colleges  Hindu Business Line2 weeks ago HR-UK - UK offers technical support and cooperation to Hry to set up medical colleges  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago

Still no verdict on JBT teachers' fate

Chandigarh: A division bench of the Punjab and Haryana high court on Thursday refused to pass any order on the fate of around 3,200 junior basic trained (JBT) teachers of Haryana who were appointed in a controversial selection process in 2000 by the ...
 Times of India1 week ago HC refers matter on Haryana JBT teachers to another bench  Chandigarh Tribune2 weeks ago HC Bench recuses itself from JBT teachers appeal  Chandigarh Tribune1 week ago HC bench refers matter to acting chief justice  HT Syndication1 week ago
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Vodafone To Launch 4G In Haryana Soom

Vodafone is planning to launch its high speed 4G services in Haryana very soon and the company is giving some final touches to its plans. Keeping that in mind, today, the company started rolling out its 4G SIMs in the state. According to the ...
 TeleAnalysis.com2 weeks ago Vodafone 4G SIM launched in Haryana  Telecom Lead2 weeks ago Vodafone now offering 4G SIMs for Haryana  The Mobile Indian2 weeks ago VODAFONE INDIA ROLLS OUT 4G READY SIMs IN HARYANA  Pocket News Alert.com2 weeks ago

Officers of four states meet in Ghaziabad on kanwarias' movement

10 killed in Haryana: Police High-level police shake-up in Kerala meeting of senior civil and police officers of four states was held here on Tuesday for chalking out a strategy for the impending arrival of a large number of 'kanwarias' in the city ...
 Business Standard India2 weeks ago Three persons arrested in Rohtak gangrape case  Rediff.com1 week ago Sandeep Gadoli encounter: Two Haryana cops arrested  ABP Live2 weeks ago 2 Haryana Cops Arrested In Gangster Gunfight Case  NDTV2 weeks ago

City of high rises gets earthquake warning system

An earthquake warning system was today installed at Haryana Institute of Public Administration here by state Finance and Disaster Management Minister Captain Abhimanyu. The 'Onsite Early Earthquake Warning System' can warn about an earthquake, with ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Delhi-NCR's first early earthquake warning system comes up in Gurgaon  Sify1 week ago
Times of India

Parents to move HC over school fee hike, audit stay

Gurgaon: Parents from Gurgaon have decided to move the Punjab and Haryana high court against the state government for its decision to allow four city schools to hike tution fees. The additional chief secretary (school education) P K Das had given a ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago Tougher law against hooligans in offing  Chandigarh Tribune1 week ago High court stays polls of Jat Education Society, Rohtak  HT Syndication3 weeks ago Jats call off stir after talks with Haryana government  catchnews.com1 month ago

Punjab & Haryana HC issues notice of motion on Saini's plea

jab and Haryana High Court has issued notice of motion on a petition filed by Raj Kumar Saini, MP from Kurukshetra who has approached the court to get relief from allegations of promoting enmity among social groups. The court on Thursday issued ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago Illegal constructions come under the scanner  The Hindu2 months ago
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