opinion is restraining us, says Defence Secy
Ghaziabad, May 30
Indian armed forces are fully
prepared and poised for war with Pakistan but India is not going to war
out of deference to world opinion, particularly pressures from friendly
countries like the USA, the UK and Russia, the Defence Secretary, Dr
Yoginder Narian, has said. He was speaking after inaugurating the
Citizen Cooperative Bank in Sanjay Nagar on Wednesday.
Renowned wrestler Dara Singh being welcomed at the
All-India Jat Sammelan in the Capital on Thursday. — Tribune Photo Mukesh Aggarwal
Bhajan Lal to swap posts to revamp party?
Rewari, May 30
Speculation is rife in Congress
circles here about imminent changes in the state unit set up to
reinvigorate the party. Sources said that along with Maharashtra and one
or two other states, the Haryana PCC president would also be changed in
the second half of June.
staff demand pay panel salaries
Noida, May 30
Employees of the Noida Authority
are still waiting for the implementation of the 5th Pay Commission
recommendations and a fair promotion policy. Mr Brijpal Chaowdhry,
president of the Noida Employees Association, in a memorandum submitted
to the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Noida Authority, Mr
Dharmender Dev Mishra, has drawn his attention to the problems of the
dues waiver scheme ends today
Sonepat, May 30
People who have arrears of
electricity bills must come forward to clear their dues by tomorrow, the
last date to pay their outstanding dues and earn concession announced.
Otherwise, they will be made to pay the full amount of the bills
including surcharge and interest, said Mr S. N. Roy, Deputy
Commissioner, while talking to mediapersons here today.
Police activist remanded in judicial custody
Panipat, May 30
The Chief Judicial Magistrate
(CJM), Mr A. K. Jain, today remanded Satbir Chahal, a senior leader of
the Haryana Police Karmachari Sangh to 14 days’ judicial custody. It
may be recalled that Satbir Chahal was arrested while he was on his way
to Panipat for the union activities on Wednesday night.
- Committee’s visit
- Baby show
- Two injured
- Road accidents
- Beopar Mandal
- Two murdered
- Constable dead
- Youths forgiven
ban on smoking being flouted at will in Haryana
Faridabad, May 30
Tomorrow is the ,No Tobacco Day’
for the world. Many people may take a resolution today to kick the habit
of smoking or taking tobacco in other forms once and for all. But the
meaning of the day for a state like Haryana may not be the same as it is
for other parts of the country or the world.
drives students to steal vehicles
Gurgaon, May 30
An inter-state gang engaged in the
theft of luxury cars and jeeps was busted with the arrest of its key
member in Gurgaon. The gang, primarily functioning in Gurgaon and Delhi,
had stolen more than 21 vehicles from different places.
religious discrimination in probe: DP
New Delhi, May 30
The Delhi Police today assured the
National Commission for Minorities that it did not discriminate on the
basis of religion while investigating any case. The NCM had summoned the
Delhi Police Commissioner, Mr Ajai Raj Sharma, to present his views
following a complaint lodged by one Rashida Begum alleging that she was
being discriminated against by the Delhi Police as she belonged to a
minority community, NCM vice-chairman, Tarlochan Singh said.
to regularise 44 colonies, for a heavy price
Faridabad, May 30
The Municipal Corporation,
Faridabad has recommended the regularisation of as many as 44
unauthorised residential colonies located in the three zones of the
town. A resolution to this effect was adopted at the meeting of the
corporation here on Wednesday.
for Chaudhry Charan Singh mooted
New Delhi, May 30
Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit on
Thursday said the Government of NCT of Delhi would consider erecting a
memorial in the memory of Chaudhry Charan Singh. Addressing a rally of
Jat Mahasabha in the Capital, Ms Dikshit said she had been beseeched by
leaders of the Jat community to rename certain roads in the memory of
popular leaders of the community.
diseases: Child latest victim
Yet another child died of waterborne diseases in the district. The
victim has been identified as Dimpy, two-year-old son of Devi Singh of
Mandhavali village of the district.