Question of Congress leadership resurfaces
Rewari, July 12
The impending change in the Haryana Congress leadership has been seriously engaging the attention of party activists throughout south Haryana. It is likely to have far-reaching impact on the shape of things to emerge in the state.
Stray animals have a merry meal in public parks
Faridabad, July 12
Although the town boasts of having about 500 parks for its residents, a majority of these have been a victim of poor upkeep and zero maintenance. While various residents welfare associations (RWAs) have adopted several parks a large number have been left unattended.
|This is in reference to the article “Delhi slums breed young mothers, frail kids” (NCR Tribune, June 24, 2002). In a religious country like India, where Lakshmi and Durga are worshipped as mothers, it is a strange paradox that women are the worst affected victims at the hands of society.
In our patriarchal society, women are treated like subordinates, though they share equal role with men.
DUCKING THE SUNLIGHT.
- Refugees in their own land
- Sensitise EC
- Unjustified ‘Tamasha’
- Registrar’s tenure
Timely reforms must to improve power
New Delhi, July 12
A proper enforcement machinery for suitable and timely implementation of reforms process is needed to solve the perennial problem of inadequate and erratic power supply to the state, pointed out a PHDCCI delegation led by Mr Arun Kapoor, president of the chamber, which met the Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit here today.
Parishad meeting climaxes in pandemonium
Narnaul, July 12
The meeting of the Zila Parishad ended in pandemonium today following the absence of an agenda verbally admitted by the Chairman before one of the members, Mr Om Kalan, condemning the lathi charge by the police on June 24.
Commissioner urges officials to speed up works
Panipat, July 12
The Commissioner of the Rohtak Division, Mr R. R. Banswal, has urged the district officials to complete the ongoing developmental works on a priority basis.
Addressing a meeting of the officials here on Thursday, Mr Banswal directed the District Forest Officer
(DFO) to increase the pace of the afforestation drive in the district.
Train commuters hail demolition
Rohtak, July 12
The Rohtak-Delhi Daily Passengers’ Association (RDDPA) has applauded the district administration for demolishing the encroachments in the vicinity of the local railway station.
- Clean water still a pipedream
Mango fest opens on July 13 in Noida
Noida, July 12
The Noida administration is organising a two-day mango festival on July 13 and 14 in a very elaborate way at Noida Stadium.
Some 300 varieties of mango will be on display from different states, including Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Bihar apart from several parts of UP.
Man shot dead over row on sewage flow
Jhajjar, July 12
One person was shot dead allegedly by three persons in Tanda Heri village of the district last night. According to information, Umed Singh, along with Jeet Singh and his son Nanoo, arrived at the house of Mahavir and shot at him.
- 13 gamblers held
- Blood donation camp
- Sapling planted
- Youth murdered
- Lawyer dead
get a new building
New Delhi, July 12
The foundation stone of a building of police station in Connaught Place was laid on Baba Kharak Singh Marg today. The newly appointed Delhi Police Commissioner R. S. Gupta laid the foundation stone. Other senior officers were also present.