Rewari under Delhi passport office: Chamber
Rewari, August 8
The Rewari Chamber of Commerce and
Industry has sought the transfer of Rewari district from the
jurisdiction of the Regional Passport Office in Chandigarh to the
jurisdiction of the Regional Passport Office in New Delhi. This is to
help local residents to get passports, jumbo passports, additional
booklets and renewal of passports with valid visas done easily.
The scene at ITO bridge after the downpour on Friday, a usual sight this monsoon.
— Photo by Kamal Singh
rains cause flood-like situation in Bhiwani villages
Bhiwani, August 8
Over half-a-dozen villages in the
district have developed a flood-like situation due to accumulation of
rainwater. Most of the residents in these villages have shifted their
families to safer places.
SPECIAL FOCUS ON
MoD to open
polyclinics for ex-servicemen
Jhajjar, August 8
With an aim to provide medical
facilities to the retired servicemen and their dependants, the Ministry
of Defence has embarked on an ambitious project to open armed forces
polyclinics under the ex-servicemen contributory health scheme at all
the district headquarters in the country having an ex-servicemen
population of 2,500 or above.
power cuts paralyse normal life
Sonepat, August 8
All the areas of this city getting
power supply from the Subzimandi feeder remained powerless for more than
two hours last evening causing inconvenience to thousands of residents,
paralysing normal life and business activity.
Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit with Dr A.K. Walia and MLA Mangat Ram Singhal at the inauguration of two pedestrian subways at Azadpur Subzi Mandi in the
Capital on Friday. — Tribune Photo Mukesh Aggarwal
alleges scam in medicine supply
New Delhi, August 8
The Delhi unit of the Shiromani
Akali Dal (Badal) has alleged a scam in the supply of medicines to Guru
Harkishan Hospital at Gurdwara Bala Sahib. The Delhi Sikh Gurdwara
Management Committee runs the hospital.
ban has deprived govt employees of their basic right: CPM
Rohtak, August 8
Describing the Supreme Court order
restraining the government employees from going on strike as an
unprecedented judgement, the Communist Party (Marxist) today said that
the order has deprived lakhs of government employees of their basic
right to organise and resort to strikes.
1,540 lakh earmarked for drinking water scheme
Sonepat, August 8
The Haryana Government has
earmarked a sum of Rs 1,540.24 lakh for the augmentation of the existing
drinking water supply scheme in this city.
The Third Master Plan for the national capital claims to provide
for the increasing population.
video (28k, 56k)
Life term for
killing daughter-in-law for dowry
New Delhi, August 8
A Delhi Court today convicted and
sentenced a woman to life imprisonment for killing her daughter-in-law
- Campaign for Assembly poll
- Durgabai Deshmukh Award
- Demand for Yadava regiment
raid on Galgotya College
Noida, August 8
The sleuths of the Income Tax
Department raided the Galgotya Engineering College in Greater Noida
yesterday. It is learnt the sleuths, who continued the search operations
from 8.30 am to 10 pm, have sealed a number of important documents.
- Strike against college
- 4 booked in dowry case
- Patwari arrested for graft
- Auction of shops
- Couple detained
D. Blackwill, the outgoing US Ambassador, has spoken very highly
of India. His outpourings about India are neither forced nor
artificial. They are natural, factual and based on his own
The NEW CHACHA? Union Minister and local MP Vijay Goel with children on the newly laid lawn in front of the Red Fort.
- Teachers, teach them to be
- Rs 9 lakh gone, thanks
- What is prayer?
- Making home a paradise
- MCD ensures hell during
- Potholed roads