Bharatpur has an eldorado of palaces
The favourite bird retreat. The 55-kilometre journey by road from Agra drives you to the town of
Bharatpur, also known as the eastern gateway to Rajasthan. Once the summer resort of the rulers of
Bharatpur, it served as the second capital of the region.
A many-splendoured palace.
Sonepat, March 9
The continuing encroachments on the municipal land as well as the Huda land here have made a mockery of the Master Plan of the city.
According to the residents, the official indifference towards the encroachments and the practice of ruling party leaders to use authorities of various official agencies according to their needs have further aggravated the problem.
From cradle to grave, she pays a heavy price for her existence
“Anita Kaur survived her in-laws’ greed for dowry and two broken marriages. But when her second husband’s lawyer referred to her as a call girl, she snapped. The accusation provoked Anita into slapping the lawyer in front of the judge, for which the judge slapped a contempt of court case on her.
No more demolitions in
Capital, says Ananth Kumar
|New Delhi, March 9
“We are in Nirman Bhawan. Therefore, we believe only in construction and not in destruction. Henceforth, no demolition will take place in Delhi, only construction works will be undertaken by our ministry,” the Union Urban Development Minister, Mr Ananth Kumar, has said.
The Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office, Mr Vijay Goel, on the occasion of 178th birth anniversary of Swami Dayanand Saraswati in the Capital.
Governor’s intervention sought in House
Rohtak, March 9
The Youth Congress has sought the intervention of the Governor to ensure that the proceedings of the state legislative assembly are conducted in a constitutional manner.
Khadi Board simplifies loan structure
Faridabad, March 9
The margin money structure of the rural employment generation scheme of the Haryana Khadi and Village Board has been simplified to provide an easy access to the loans of higher value.
Computerisation has brought ‘transparency’
Faridabad, March 9
The Chief Secretary of Haryana, Mr L.M. Goyal, has claimed that the computerisation of various services, including registration of land and issuing of licences, has made the workings of the government agencies smooth.
- Soldier cremated
- Effigy burnt
- Prisoner escapes
- Man killed
- Trees felled
Hit and run
30 hurt as bus turns turtle
SHO sent on leave