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Posted at: Sep 11, 2019, 7:01 AM; last updated: Sep 11, 2019, 7:01 AM (IST)BRIEFLY

Buy land for gaushala, pay 1 pc stamp duty

Kurukshetra: Haryana Gau Seva Commission chairman Bhaniram Mangla has said whoever buys land for gaushalas in the state will have to pay only 1 per cent stamp duty. The government has started the practice of giving grant for the operation of gaushalas and has made strict laws to protect cows. He was in Kurukshetra to distribute fodder grants worth Rs 27.64 lakh among 20 gaushalas in the district. TNS

Man forces wife to have sex with another man for Rs 10K

Yamunanagar: A man allegedly forced his 40-year-old wife to have sex with another man for Rs 10,000 at a village of Yamunanagar. A case has been registered against her husband Lakshman and Pradeep of the village. The complainant said her husband was a drunkard and used to thrash her and the children. She said she had been living separately since February, but he kept coming to them. TNS

Three booked for gangrape

Hisar: The police have booked three persons for gangrape on the complaint of a 20-year-old woman at a village in Jind. The complainant said she had gone to the fields when the accused, residents of the same village, forcibly took her to a room in the fields and gangraped her. TNS

New MC Commissioner

Karnal: Nishant Kumar Yadav, an IAS officer of the 2013 batch, has joined as Commissioner of the Karnal Municipal Corporation. He had earlier served as ADC in Karnal and SDM in Sonepat. He holds charge as Secretary, Haryana Public Service Commission. TNS

102 hired at job fair

Hisar: A total of 102 youths were selected by private institutes at a job fair organised by the subdivisional employment office at Tohana in Fatehabad district. Anubhav Mehta, SDM, said over 10 private firms, including DCM Textile, LIC and SBI Life Insurance, participated. TNS

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