Research projects held up
over animal rights issues?
NDPL receives ISO
ticketing system extended to 31 locations in Delhi
BJP will fail to win a seat
in Haryana: Chautala
The bahu is back
to claim the beti’s rights
BJP’s ‘feel-good’ campaign misleading: Rajesh Khanna
New Delhi, April 19
Superstar of yesteryears’ Rajesh Khanna today tried to justify Sonia Gandhi’s foreign origin, relying on his characteristic rhetoric. Canvassing for the Congress candidate, Mr Ajay Maken, Mr Khanna dismissed the issue, saying, “Ghar mein beti hoti hein, bahu to bahar se hi aati hein (daughter belongs to the house while daughter-in-law comes from outside).”
The former minister and HVP candidate, Mr Jagbir Singh Malik, has taken strong exception to furnishing of “Z” security to BJP candidate Kishan Singh Sangwan and alleged that it was a political stunt. He further alleged that it was an attempt to give an impression to the voters that there was a threat to his (Sangwan’s) life from the chief minister, Mr Om Prakash Chautala.
The senior Congress leader and party candidate from Mahendergarh parliamentary constituency Rao Inderjit Singh has stated that the ensuing Lok Sabha elections in Haryana were virtually a semi-final for the Congress party in its run-up to the coming Haryana Vidhan Sabha polls.
Two of the three central observers appointed by the Election Commission to oversee the poll process in the Faridabad parliamentary constituency have arrived here. The third observer is expected to arrive by tomorrow morning.
Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit with Congress party candidate from the Outer Delhi parliamentary constituency Sajjan Kumar during the inauguration of the central election office of the party in the Capital on Monday. — Photo by Kamal Singh
With every third polling booth in the Meerut division being declared as sensitive, the administration faces a mighty challenge in the form of conducting free, fair and peaceful elections in the division.
They get water for 15 minutes
in the morning
Demand to extend
timings of Metro Rail
Expensive cigarettes are no less harmful
Tobacco consumption in India is increasing at an alarming rate, the current number of smokers and tobacco users in the country being as high as 18.4 crore, says Dr Deepak Talwar, Chairman and Chief Consultant Pulmonologist, who is working in the field of respiratory medicine with the Metro Group of Hospitals in Noida.
Mock fire exercises held at Palika Kendra
New Delhi, April 19
The New Delhi Municipal Council today demonstrated mock fire exercises at Palika Kendra. The mock exercises were organised as part of the Fire Week celebrations of the Delhi Fire Service.
A fire drill carried out by the Delhi Fire Service outside the NDMC building in the Capital on Monday. — Tribune photo by Mukesh Aggarwal
Proclaimed offender arrested
Jhajjar, April 19
The district police have arrested a proclaimed offender wanted in a number of cases of looting and dacoity in the Line Par police station area.
Three persons held under
‘Operation Alert’, 23 cases solved
cultural and technical fest
hunger strike against VC
Sanjiv Malik elected
president of IMA
annex cricket title
Collage Group, who won the ARBDM Cricket Tournament for the Uttam Toyota Cup, with chief guest Sunil Mahajan.
Pelican Club defeated Patel Nagar Gymkhana by 216 runs in an A-II Division match of the DDCA League on the RSC ground.
DIG of National Security Guards Somesh Goyel became the overall winner in the PHDCCI Golf Tournament at the Golden Greens Golf and Country Club, Gurgaon. Bhutanese Ambassador to India Lyonpo Dago Tshering teed-off the tournament.
PHDCCI vice-president K N Memani presenting the golf trophy to NSG DIG Somesh Goyel at the Golden Greens Golf Club.
Deadly bowling by left-arm spinner Arun Sharma (3 for 22) enabled Indian Navy defeat Rajdhani Sports by eight wickets to enter the semi-final of the Om Nath Sood Memorial Cricket Tournament on the Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce ground, Pitampura.
Sudhanshu Grover defeated Raghav Pangasa 11-7, 11-9, 11-7 in the kids boys final of the Hans Raj Model School Open Table Tennis Tournament at the school premises. In the girls final, Manika Batra beat Priya Mittal 11-5 11-4, 11-9.