MCF yet to get its act together to cope with monsoon fury
Faridabad, June 1
The Municipal Corporation, Faridabad seems to have been caught in a jam by the pre-monsoon showers in the town. Several areas, including the main roads got flooded even by the short spell recently and it took up to 24 hours to get the water drained out in some of the colonies.
Say your prayers and save humanity
If wars begin in the minds of men, it is clear that the battle for peace should also be waged in their minds. For sometime now the prospect of a war has loomed large on the horizon of the subcontinent and hearts are filled with fear. The whole world is fearful because the antagonists, India and Pakistan, possess nuclear weapons.
A paradise of the lovers of flora and fauna
New Delhi, June 1
The mountains and the meadows together make a perfect picture of God’s design. And when it comes to the sylvan beauty of Khajjiar, a small grassy meadow located in the picturesque Chamba valley, the design is a tribute to the beauty itself.
Lovely, dark and deep.
Panipat “rehri mafia” getting the stick
Panipat, June 1
After delaying for years now, the authorities have wielded the stick against the “rehri mafia” and removed over 200 “rehris” along both sides of the GT Road. The action had been taken to beautify the city and make traffic flow smooth in the service lanes along the GT Road.
13 shops of Myna Tourist Complex locked
Rohtak, June 1
A police party led by the SDM Kumar Supraveen locked 13 disputed shops owned by Myna Tourist Complex, Haryana Tourism Corporation this afternoon.
Describing it as unlawful, the tenants of the shops claimed that the matter was pending in the Punjab and Haryana High Court and the date for hearing was fixed on June 3.
Forest labourers to hold dharna
Sonepat, June 1
The Forest Department of Mazdoor Union Haryana has decided to organise a one-day dharna on June 3 in front of the office of the Divisional Forest Officer
in the city in support of their long-standing demands.
2 schoolboys drown in canal
Faridabad, June 1
Two teenaged schoolboys drowned in the nearby Agra canal here last evening. While one body was fished out yesterday, another was recovered near Palwal town this morning.
Patriarch of Ahir politics remembered
Rewari, June 1
With the demise of Rao Abhey Singh (78), the grand old man of Rewari politics, his house in Model Town has virtually become a focal point of convergence for politicians from the region and outside.
Soldier cremated with full honours
Jhajjar, June 1
The mortal remains of Sepoy Pankaj Kumar, who laid down his life fighting the enemy near the international border in Drass Sector on May 28, was consigned to flames in his native village, Dhakala here today.