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Vadra land deals: BJP sees massive scam; Khemka feels 'vindicated'
Chandigarh, March 26 : A day after the CAG blamed Haryana's previous Congress government for showering favours on party chief Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra, who made millions in controversial land deals, the BJP, which now rules the state, claimed a "massive scam" during the nearly 10-year ...
Vadra's Haryana land deal in sync with state laws: Congress
New Delhi, March 26 : The Congress on Thursday dismissed the CAG rap to its former government in Haryana for "undue favours" to party chief Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra, and claimed the Bhupinder Singh Hooda regime acted "purely in accordance with the law" in Vadra's land deal.
Vindicated by CAG report, but continue to suffer: Khemka
Chandigarh, March 26 : Senior IAS officer of Haryana cadre Ashok Khemka on Thursday said his action of cancelling a multi-million-rupee land deal between Robert Vadra, son-in-law of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, with realty giant DLF, has been "vindicated" by a CAG report.
Jat community requests PM Modi to consider reservation appeal
New Delhi, Mar. 26 : Haryana's Agriculture Minister O.P. Dhankar on Thursday said members of the Jat community have requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to consider their reservation appeal.
Public was already convinced of land scam in Haryana: BJP
New Delhi, March 26 : The public was always convinced that there was a massive scam in land deals in Haryana, the BJP said on Thursday after a CAG report blamed the former Congress government of extending undue favours to Robert Vadra.
Haryana CM promises appropriate action on Vadra deals
Chandigarh, Mar. 25 : With the CAG blaming Haryana's previous government led by Bhupinder Singh Hooda for showing undue favours to Congress president Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra in his land deal with realty giant DLF, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Wednesday assured appropriate ...
Donated eyes thrown in dustbin, Haryana orders probe
Chandigarh, March 25 : Haryana's Health Minister Anil Vij on Wednesday said a probe has been ordered after reports said nearly 2,000 donated eyes were thrown into a dustbin at a government hospital in the state.
Hooda government favoured Vadra in land deals: CAG
Chandigarh, March 25 : The CAG has blamed Haryana's previous Congress government led by then Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda for showing undue favours to Robert Vadra, the son-in-law of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, in his multi-million rupee controversial land deal with realty giant DLF.
Gold-plated urn stolen from Haryana gurdwara
Chandigarh, March 25 : A gold-plated kalash (urn) worth Rs.15 lakh was stolen from the famous Sikh gurdwara (shrine) Nada Sahib in Haryana's Panchkula town, police said on Wednesday.
Follow the principle of 'all religions are one': Haryana governor
Gurgaon, March 24 : Haryana Governor Kaptan Singh Solanki on Tuesday asked people to follow the principle of "all religions are one" for which India was known, and exhorted the youth to follow the ideals of Vivekananda and Mahatma Gandhi.
Haryana, BJP come out openly for Jat reservation
Chandigarh, March 24 : Haryana's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and its government have openly come out in support of job quota for Jats even after the Supreme Court recently quashed a central government notification giving reservation to the community.
Haryana's botched-up eye camp held without permit
Chandigarh, March 24 : A recent eye camp in Haryana's Panipat district, where 19 elderly patients got severe eye infection and could be facing blindness, was held without permission from the health as well as district authorities, state Health Minister Anil Vij said on Tuesday.
Congress accuses PM Modi of giving 'false assurances' to farmers in ...
Kaithal (Haryana), Mar. 22 : Congress on Sunday said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given 'false assurances' to the farmers in his 'Mann ki baat' address and alleged that the latter is attempting to justify the amended Land Acquisition Bill, which is meant to benefit only the capitalists.
Jat council to launch quota stir on May 11
Jind (Haryana), March 22 : A mahapanchayat (grand council) meeting of various Jat organizations held in this Haryana town on Sunday decided that the community will launch an agitation from May 11 to seek reservation in education and jobs.
Help rain-hit farmers: Sonia urges Haryana
Bhiwani/Karnal, March 21 : In a bid to revitalise the rural support base of the Congress, party president Sonia Gandhi on Saturday reached out to farmers hit by crop loss due to unseasonal rain and hailstorm in Haryana, and appealed to the state government to give the farmers "right and timely ...
Government should help rain hit Haryana farmers: Sonia Gandhi
Bhiwani, March 21 : Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Saturday appealed to the Haryana government to help farmers affected by the unseasonal rains.
Sonia urges govt. to give timely compensation to farmers
Bhiwani, Mar. 21 : Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Saturday met the farmers of Bhandwa village in Haryana's Bhiwani district and assessed the loss suffered by them due to the unseasonal rains.
Sonia Gandhi meets farmers in Haryana's Bhandwa village
Bhiwani (Haryana), Mar. 21 : Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Saturday met farmers affected by unseasonal rains in Bhandwa village in Haryana's Bhiwani District.
Sonia wants compensation for farmers, hit by crop loss
Bhiwani, Haryana, Mar 21: Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Saturday appealed to the Haryana's BJP government to provide timely compensation to farmers, hit by crop damage in the recent unseasonal rains in north India.
Church vandalism case: NHRC issues notice to Haryana Govt.
New Delhi, Mar. 18 : Taking suo motu cognizance of a media report that an under construction church was attacked in Hissar district on March 15, the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has issued a notice to the Haryana Government and sought a reply within two weeks.
One person arrested in Haryana church vandalisation case
New Delhi, Mar. 18 : One person has been arrested and remanded to police custody for the alleged vandalisation of an under-construction church in Haryana's Hisar district.
Haryana examining land lease to Rajiv Gandhi trust
Chandigarh, March 18 : The Haryana government is examining if any illegality was done in allowing the lease of five acres of prime land to the Rajiv Gandhi Charitable Trust (RGCT) in Gurgaon by the state's previous Congress government of then chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda.
One arrested in church attack case, none in nun' assault: Modi seeks ...
New Delhi, Mar 17: Soon after a 'deeply concerned' Prime Minister stepped in to seek reports, police on Tuesday arrested the first accused in the Haryana church attack even though culprits in the Bengal nun gang-rape case remained at large.
Chacko blames 'sangh parivar' for religious intolerance in country
New Delhi, Mar. 17 : Congress leader P C Chacko on Tuesday expressed his disappointment over the progress made in the investigation of the desecration of an under construction church in Haryana's Hisar District, and blamed the 'sangh parivar' for creating an atmosphere of religious intolerance in ...
Haryana beef ban: State cannot proscribe culinary preferences of ...
New Delhi, Mar. 17 : Congress leader Manish Tewari on Tuesday criticised the Haryana government's decision to ban beef, saying that the state does not have the right to proscribe the culinary preferences of an individual.
PMO asks for immediate report on action taken on Hisar, Nadia ...
New Delhi, Mar.17 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday expressed deep concern over the incidents in Hisar, Haryana and Nadia, West Bengal.
Haryana Assembly bans cow slaughter
Chandigarh, Mar. 17 : The Haryana Assembly has passed a Bill that bans cow slaughter across the state.
Crimes against minorities issue raised in Lok Sabha
New Delhi, March 17 : Opposition parties, led by the Congress, on Tuesday raised in the Lok Sabha the issue of crimes against minorities, especially the attack on a church in Haryana and the alleged gang rape of an elderly nun in West Bengal.
Modi concerned over Nadia and Hisar incidents
New Delhi, March 17 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday expressed "deep concern" over the gang rape of a 71-year-old nun in West Bengal's Nadia district and the vandalisation of a church in Hisar, Haryana, said an official statement.
Haryana leaders stumped by SC ruling on Jat quota
Chandigarh, March 17 : Leaders in Haryana treaded cautiously after the Supreme Court quashed the reservation for Jats on Tuesday.