Rising crime graph in Noida,
a challenge for the police
Noida, June 17
Growing incidence of crime in the district has not only created panic among the people of the area but has even rattled the police force here.
Serious cases of crimes, including murder, dacoity and loot have thrown an open challenge to the police force of the district.
Roll back excise policy or face stir: Mukhi
New Delhi, June 17
The Leader of Opposition, Mr Jagdish
Mukhi, today demanded the Delhi Government to roll back its excise policy, as it was against the stated objectives of the Constitution. He also threatened to launch an agitation to highlight the ill-effects of the government’s “liberal” liquor flow policy, if the Congress-led state government failed to reconsider its decision.
Pak cannot be relied on: Jana
Faridabad, June 17
The president of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Mr Jana
Krishnamurthy, has said that although the chances of war with Pakistan have receded, the nation would have to remain alert against terrorism as the neighbour could not be relied upon totally.
Admn ‘ignores’ Jatiya’s visit
Sonepat, June 17
For the first time in the history of Sonepat, the district and police administration adopted an indifferent attitude towards a Union minister. The visit by Dr Satyanarayan Jatia, Union Minister of Social Justice and Empowerment, here on Saturday on the invitation of Mr Kishan Singh Sangwan, an MP and vice-president of the Haryana BJP, who is considered an important political opponent of the Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Om Prakash Chautala, evoked cold response from the authorities.
FACE TO FACE
‘Company secretary plays the role of a business manager’
With increasing focus on better corporate governance and a plethora of legislations being put in place, legal and secretarial practice is beginning to assume greater significance.
4.09 lakh families to be provided BPL card
New Delhi, June 17
The Delhi Chief Minister, Ms Shiela Dikshit, today stated that the government would
provide below poverty line (BPL) ration card to 4.09 lakh families in the Capital.
Ms Dikshit’s statement comes within days of her government announcing the decision to include religious priests living in shrines under the BPL category for drawing rations at concessional rates.
Motherly love for
a few days!
New Delhi, June 17
The Tihar jail grounds of Section 6-A were a meeting ground for a melange of emotions as the mothers who are inmates of the prison had a chance to spend some days with their children and satisfy some of their maternal instincts. A batch of such children, who had the luck to get close to their mothers, were sent back to their hostels today.
Disenchanted villagers join Haryana Vikas Party
Rewari, June 17
Close on the heels of HPCC(I) president Bhupinder Singh Hooda’s ‘padayatra’ through the Jat heartland seeking the dismissal of the Chautala government, Mr Anil Rao, the leader in charge of the affairs of the Haryana Vikas Party in south Haryana, is mobilising people of Ahirwal behind party cashing in on the growing “disenchantment” with the Chautala regime.
Ravi Chautala flays CM’s foreign jaunt
Rohtak, June 17
Mr Ravi Chautala, son of former MLA Pratap Singh Chautala and nephew of Chief Minister Om Prakash Chautala, has suggested that the Chief Minister should have visited the tense villages in Jind district instead of foreign countries in view of the gravity of the situation arising out of the ongoing farmers’ agitation.
Five killed, three injured in bus collision
Ghaziabad, June 17
Five persons were killed and three severely injured when two buses collided near Hafizpur police station. The accident occurred when tyres of one of the bus burst, leading to the driver loosing control of the bus.
- Youth commits suicide
- TV institute
- Groups clash before SP
- Bid to molest woman
- 12 hurt in mishap
Wind-mapping station coming up
Narnaul, June 17
The DRDA, Narnaul, has completed the construction of a wind mapping station at Raghunathpura village, 3 km from here, under the solar energy programme at a cost of Rs 1.50 lakh.