Narnaul (Hr), Aug 17 (PTI) The tussle between allies BJP and Haryana Janhit Congress in poll-bound Haryana today intensified with HJC supremo Kuldeep Bishnoi accusing BJP of "violating the coalition dharma" and "backtracking" from its promise for ... Press Trust of India, 1 week ago
Cracks widen between BJP, HJC as Bishnoi accuses saffron party of violating coalition dharma - Jagran Post, 1 week ago
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were killed while ten others injured when a mini truck they were travelling in collided head-on with a bus on Rewari-Narnaul Raod, about 20 km from here, in the early hours today, police said. The driver and eight passengers of the Rajasthan Roadways bus also ...Business Standard, 1 week ago
Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda assured the traders of Narnaul that all their genuine demands will be sympathetically considered. The assurance to this effect was given by Mr Hooda when the representatives of the Khadyan Vyapar ...NetIndia123.com, 1 month ago In replacing Hooda, the Cong dilemma: His link to Gandhis, not many able men Indian Express, 2 months ago Hooda lashes out at NDA on price rise Press Trust of India, 2 months ago Bhupinder Singh Hooda lashes out at NDA on price rise Economic Times, 2 months ago
The Court of Additional Session Judge, Narnaul has convicted Sub Inspector Kailash Chand, SHO PS Satnali, Gurgaon for five years with fine of Rs one lakh. Stating this here today, a spokesman for the Haryana Vigilance Bureau had earlier registered a ...NetIndia123.com, 1 month ago
ouching 40-degrees Celsius mark at many places in the region. Delhi experienced the hottest day of August in the last 12 years as temperature soared significantly above the season's average today. The maximum temperature was recorded at 39.1 degrees ...Business Standard India, 2 days ago Heat wave bakes North, Delhi reels at 45 degrees Celcius Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
Chandigarh, Aug 25 (PTI) Mercury soared to around 40 degrees Celsius levels in Punjab and Haryana today as the region experienced hot weather conditions during the day. Hisar in Haryana registered maximum temperature at 40.8 degrees Celsius, five ...Press Trust of India, 2 days ago
al parts of the region recorded high temperature levels on Sunday. Chandigarh, the joint capital of Punjab and Haryana recorded a maximum temperature of 36.4 degrees Celsius, three degrees above normal. Hissar in Haryana recorded maximum ...New Delhi Pioneer, 2 days ago Maximum temperatures hover above normal in Pb, Haryana Business Standard India, 5 days ago Max temperatures hover above normal in Pb, Haryana Press Trust of India, 1 week ago Punjab, Haryana record above-normal temperatures Business Standard India, 2 weeks ago
Most parts of north India reeled under hot weather conditions today even as monsoon revived in parts of Rajasthan after a brief hiatus. Despite a marginal dip in humidity levels, Delhiites continued to experience hot and sultry weather with ...Business Standard India, 3 days ago Hot weather continues in north Business Standard India, 4 days ago Heatwave continues in north as monsoon remains evasive Oman Tribune, 1 month ago Heatwave persists in north India Times of India, 1 month ago
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With monsoon playing truant in the plains of Punjab and Haryana, hot weather conditions today prevailed at most places in the two states. Hisar in Haryana sizzled at a high of 40 degrees Celsius, up three notches from normal. Bhiwani, too, ...Business Standard India, 4 days ago Hot weather prevails in Punjab, Haryana Press Trust of India, 4 days ago Hot, humid weather prevails in Punjab, Haryana Business Standard India, 3 days ago Humid conditions prevail in Pb, Haryana Business Standard India, 1 week ago
New Delhi: Flood situation in some parts of Uttar Pradesh continued to be grim with the water level in river Rapti rising whereas rest of the northern India witnessed hot and dry weather conditions on Friday. The Ministry of Water Resources said at ...ZeeNews.com, 5 days ago
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