HVPN chairman invites workers for negotiations
Rohtak, November 24
The Chairman, Haryana Vidyut Parsaran Nigam (HVPN), Maj-Gen (retd) Bhoop Singh
Rathi, has invited the HSEB workers union for negotiations on the long-standing demands of the HVPN employees. The negotiations will be held at Panchkula on November 28.
Govt employees to go
on nationwide strike
on February 11
Faridabad, November 24
The central and state government employees will go on a one-day strike across the country on February 11, 2004, in protest against the economic policies and to demand the right to
Land grabbing is a routine affair here
Sonepat, November 24
Land grabbing seems to have become a fashion in the city, which is a district headquarters in Haryana. The failure and laxity of the authorities has made a significant contribution to the problem.
Astonishing feats in the face of disability
|New Delhi, November 24
The ability to do things, which may otherwise be routine, but for the absence of either a limb or a sense that seem an absolute must is what Abilympics is all about.
Schoolchildren perform at the 6th
Abilympics, which was inaugurated by Prime Minister
Atal Bihari Vajpayee in the Capital on Monday. — Tribune photo
by Mukesh Aggarwal
Nagar kirtan, langar mark Guru Tegh Bahadur’s martyrdom anniversary
|New Delhi, November 24
The Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee today held a nagar kirtan on the martyrdom anniversary of Sahib Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji which started from Gurdwara Sis Ganj Sahib. The programme started with the recitation of Sukhamni Sahib and Nitnem followed by Asa Di Var and Shabad Kirtan by famous Ragi Jatha of Bhai Avtar Singh Ji Gurcharan Singh Ji.
The Panj Piyaras lead the nagar kirtan on the Martyrdom Day of
Sahib Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji in the Capital on Monday. A Tribune Photograph
CEAI urges govt to include disaster proof norms
New Delhi, November 24
The Consulting Engineers Association of India (CEAI) has urged the government to include strict disaster proof and eco-friendly norms, including fire prevention, earthquake proof, use of eco-friendly construction materials and energy conservation for construction of new buildings in the country.
Sir Chhotu Ram remembered
Gurgaon, November 24
Hundreds of farmers affiliated to the Akhil Bharatiya Sarvakhap Panchayat pledged here today to keep a photograph of the legendary Deen Bandhu Sir Chhotu Ram in their houses.
FACE TO FACE
After obtaining a Master’s degree in Arts and a Bachelor’s degree in Education with a first class from the Central Institute of Education, University of Delhi,
M. I. Hussain has been associated with schools run by the Delhi Public School Society for almost three decades now. He commenced his career with Delhi Public School, RK Puram, New Delhi, as a Social Science and History teacher and by sheer dint of hard work rose to be the Head of Department, History and Geography (1974-1985).