FACE TO FACE
The word difficult has no place in this man’s dictionary. And
he is never tired till he achieves his goal. J. T. Vishnu speaks to
Mukund B. Kaushal.
Delhi Police Commissioner and a former Secretary (Internal Security) in
the Union Home Ministry Mukund B. Kaushal, is a busy man these days.
After handling the 55,000 strong Delhi Police force, he now speaks the
doctor’s language like the white blood and red blood cells.
owners ride the gravy train at the cost of passengers
Sonepat, September 15
The nexus between roadside dhaba owners and the Haryana Roadways staff
continues to thrive much to the chagrin of the helpless passengers,
particularly on the national highways passing through the state.
tracks turn into death traps for careless passengers
Sonepat, September 15
Railway tracks at the Sonepat Railway Station are proving to be a death
trap for passengers who carelessly cross over it in order to board
trains. According to a report, as many as 52 passengers had been killed
during the past year while attempting to cross over in a hurry.
A book on the history of Sikh martyrs, authored by Dr Harjinder Singh ‘Dalgir’, being released in the Capital.
want colonies regularised, threaten stirSonepat, September 15
Representatives of 69 residential colonies, declared illegal by the
state government, held a joint meeting here yesterday to register their
protest against the decision. The meeting described the decision of the
government as unjust and unwarranted.
Special Focus on
Politicians in a rat race to be invited as
Faridabad, September 15
Inauguration ceremonies have become a major issue of contention between
the politicians of the area. In many ways, the inaugural function has
hogged more publicity than the scheme or the venture that is launched.
on love & brotherhoodNew Delhi, September 15
A seminar on ‘Darshan—the Fountain of Mystic Love’ was held in the
Capital during the 13th Global Conference on Mysticism being organised
at Kirpal Bagh.
pooh-poohs INLD claimRohtak, September 15
The Haryana Pradesh Congress Committee (HPCC) has ridiculed the claim
made by the ruling Indian National Lok Dal to field its candidates on
around 100 seats each in Rajasthan and Delhi in the Assembly elections
slated in November.
MM complains against accused who hurled slippers at him
New Delhi, September 15
A Metropolitan Magistrate has lodged a complaint with the Delhi High
Court, the District Judge and the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate that an
accused in an Arms Act case threw slippers at him in the open court,
thereby obstructing him from doing his duty and stalling the proceedings
temporarily, court sources said.
held for satta gamblingSonepat, September 15
The police have arrested as many as five persons on the charge of satta gambling following the alleged recovery
of cash and other articles.
Govt to give jobs to
49,000 educated youths: Chautala
Haryana Chief Minister Om Prakash
Chautala today reiterated that the government was committed to providing
employment to 49,000 educated youths during the current financial year.