Haryana divided into 21 dists for BJP poll
Sonepat, August 19
The Haryana unit of the BJP is all set to hold organisational elections in the state. A list of the designated election officers, assistant election officers and verifiers has been released for this purpose.
Rupa Ganguly, one of the judges at the ‘Colour Your Future’ painting contest, addressing a press conference in the Capital on Tuesday.
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Eco development: Panipat’s day has finally come
Panipat, August 19
With a noted NGO, the Centre for Health, Agriculture, Biodiversity, Innovation, Technology and All-round Transformation (HABITAT Centre), launching Phase 3 of the Panipat Environment Project for the improvement of environmental health through actions directed at improving the conditions of the soil and water, sustainable development will become a reality in the district.
CM promises ‘A’ class amenities in rural areas
Rewari, August 19
The Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Om Prakash Chautala, yesterday announced his government was making determined efforts to provide those ‘ A’ class civic amenities to ruralites in Haryana which were being enjoyed by the residents of metropolitan cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai.
Noida expansion at the cost of public utilities
Noida, August 19
Noida is going ahead with the expansion spree which is gathering unprecedented momentum with each passing year. But little thought is perhaps being given to provision of water, power and security, to name a few of the essential services.
Security beefed up around Krishna temples
New Delhi, August 19
The Delhi Police today claimed to have made elaborate security arrangements to ensure an incident-free ‘Janmashtami’ tomorrow.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (New Delhi) Manoj Lall said that security had been tightened in and around Birla Mandir, the main venue where around 60,000 people were expected to converge till late in the night.
Juvenile crime mounts
New Delhi, August 19
Juvenile crimes are on the rise in Delhi with as many as 226 such cases reported in the first seven months of 2003, Lok Sabha was told today. Informing that there has been an increase in the number of juvenile crimes reported in Delhi during the last three years, Minister of State for Home Harin Pathak said as many as 318 juveniles were arrested in 2003 up to July 31.
Choose right candidates, says CM
Jhajjar, August 19
Stating that his only aim to visit all the villages is to win over the hearts of the people by expediting the development activities, Haryana Chief Minister Om Prakash Chautala asked the people to vote for the candidates who can fulfill the expectations of the citizens.