Miffed with INLD, BJP says it’ll
contest on its own
Sonepat, July 12
The State Vice-President of the BJP and MP, Mr Kishan Singh Sangwan, today categorically said that the party would present itself before the people in the state as an alternative in the next Assembly elections by contesting the elections on its own.
Day is observed but population is going through the roof
|Faridabad, July 12
Observing the World Population Day, which was yesterday, seems to have become a ceremonial practice but it has nothing to do with the efforts required to check the growth of population in actual terms, at least in the district.
One of the shocking revelations made during the ceremonial meeting to commemorate the day here yesterday was that the population of Faridabad had been growing at the rate of 47.8 persons per 1000 of the population per year. This is certainly more than double the national average, which is pegged at around 22 per thousand.
It is also a reflection of the functioning of the Health Department.
Leaders flay govt for ‘fleecing’ youths seeking jobs
Faridabad, July 12
Leaders of opposition parties have alleged that jobless youths in Haryana were being fleeced by the state government in the name of employment process. In separate but identical statements, these leaders condemned the increase in the application fee against various posts advertised recently.
Family of daily-wage earner rendered homeless by rain
Jhajjar, July 12
Incessant rains have been a blessing for the people who were reeling under scorching summer heat, but the poor are still at the receiving end. It was a heart-rending scene at the two-room house of Ramanand, which collapsed due to heavy rain yesterday morning, in Kharmaan village.
White revolution on its head! — A Tribune photograph
FOCUS ON REWARI
Health centre’s refusal to conduct autopsy of decomposed body causes tension
Rewari, July 12
The body of a college student,
Sanjiv Saini who committed suicide a fortnight ago, was cremated this
morning at Bawal, thus diffusing the tension that was building up in
the area following the refusal of the local Community Health Centre to
conduct a post-mortem examination. The body, in fact, was found in a
well on July 10 and was in a highly decomposed state.
Living our faith in our daily life
You need to read your scriptures along with the daily newspaper to interpret current events in the light of the Truth one has learnt from the ancient books.
Unearthing of 100 kg of spurious medicines bearing the labels of prestigious multinational companies must have sent shivers down the spines of many when they came to know that the life-saving drugs they had consumed could often turn out to be life threatening.
BJP demands probe into MCD ‘lapse’
New Delhi, July 12
Mr Mewa Ram Arya, chief spokesperson of the Delhi Pradesh BJP demanded a probe into the “negligence and callousness” in cleaning the storm water drains and sewerage and repairing the boundary walls, which had resulted in huge losses to the people of the Pandav Nagar
Four booked in dowry death case
Faridabad, July 12
Four persons have been booked under the Dowry Act in connection with the death of a young woman at Jharsentli village in the district.
According to police sources, a 21-year-old woman, married to one Surjit, died under mysterious circumstances at her in-laws’ house yesterday.
- Man electrocuted
- Seminar on culture
- Army maintenance workshop held
- Protest by shopkeepers