Cold revives in Himachal with snow, rain

Temperatures across Himachal Pradesh plummeted sharply on Friday with the high-altitude areas getting mild spells of snow while there was rainfall in many parts of the state.

Haryana engineers and workers oppose Electricity Bill

Haryana Power Engineers Association along with workers unions today held protest rally at Panchkula against the proposed Electricity Amendment Bill 2014 and failure of power utilities in settling the long pending agreed demands .

Dedicated Widow Cell constituted in Chandigarh

The District Legal Services Authority (DLSA), Chandigarh has constituted Dedicated Widows Cell for the welfare of widows. It is constituted under the directions of the Supreme Court. 

Schools, colleges reopen in Kashmir Valley

 Authorities decided to re-open schools and colleges across the Kashmir Valley on Tuesday after shutting them the previous day to maintain law and order in the wake of a gunfight that killed three militants.

Haryana thermal engineers to join protest rally

Haryana Power Generation Engineers Association (HPGEA) demanded the implementation of transfer and posting policy and has decided to join protest rally against Electricity Amendment bill 2014 at Panchkula on March 14.

Youths, security forces clash in Srinagar

Clashes broke out Monday in Soura area of Srinagar as scores of youths marched to attend the funeral of Essa Fazili, one of the three militants killed in a gunfight in Jammu and Kashmir's Anantnag district.

SLSA holds camps in Chandigarh under the aegis of National Legal Authority

Aadhaar Cards of more than 350 persons were made on the spot or corrections in their Aadhaar cards have been generated. Similarly, more than 350 persons enrolled for new voter identity cards. More than 400 persons visited the stalls giving information on Anti Human Trafficking Unit, Cyber Crime Cell, Child Helpline and Narcotic Control Bureau.

Haryana engineers to protest at Panchkula

CHANDIGARH: Haryana Power  Engineers Association today decided to hold  a rally on March 14 at Panchkula to protest against Electricity (Amendment) Bill 2014.

Exhibition marks Wildlife Day celebrations

An exhibition of pictures and literature on wildlife was organised by the Divisional Forest Office (Wildlife) at the local Deer Park.

Caste discrimination a reality in Himachal schools

SHIMLA: Caste discrimination continues to leave a bad taste among students savouring their midday meals in almost every rural government school of Himachal Pradesh, a state where the literacy rate is at a high of 82.8 per cent.

Haryana decides to inact stringent Law to punish those abandoning Cows

CHANDIGARH: While continuing its drive to protect the cows, the Haryana Government will soon enact  a stringent law to  punish those found abandoning their milch cows.

'We must move forward on construction of SYL-Link Canal rather than politicize' : Manohar Lal

The Haryana Chief Minister, Manohar Lal, has said that we must move forward on the construction of the Sutlej-Yamuna-Link (SYL) Canal rather than politicize the issue. “As we are governed by the Constitution, we must abide by it. We have full faith in the judiciary and would get our due share in the river waters through the SYL”, he added.

Over 2 lakh jobs provided in our tenure: Khattar

A day ahead of the assembly's budget session, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said on Sunday that over 2 lakh people have been provided jobs during the tenure of his government.

Despite pressure on forests, Himachal Pradesh able to preserve its forest wealth

Recognizing the threat of forest fires, the government has published comprehensive data on forest fires for the first time in its State of Forest Report 2017. The forest fires not only affected the environment but also a drain on the financial front. According to a ministry estimate, India loses about Rs 550 crore every year because of damages from forest fires.

Haryana constitutes 'Safai Karamchari Aayog'

Haryana Government has constituted Haryana Safai Karamchari Aayog. A proposal to this effect has been approved by the Chief Minister, Manohar Lal.

Shimla records 'warm' winter

Shimla was 'warm' this winter as the temperatures were nearly two degrees above average, a Met official said here on Thursday.

Haryana to set up media center in every district: Kavita Jain

CHANDIGARH: Haryana Information, Public Relations and Languages Minister, Mrs Kavita Jain today launched the website of the department and said that media centre would be set up in each district of the state, for which, Rs 10 lakh each had been allocated. Apart from this, a provision of Rs 10 lakh each has been made to strengthen the sound system of the Department, she added.

Rain, snow likely in Jammu & Kashmir

The Met on Wednesday forecast three days of rain and snowfall in Jammu and Kashmir, beginning Thursday evening.

Civilian injured in J&K clashes as militants flee

A civilian was injured in clashes with the security forces during protests following a brief gunfight in Jammu and Kashmir's Bandipora district on Monday.

H.P CM inaugurates 18th All India Police Lawn Tennis Championship at Solan

Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur, while presiding over the 18th All India Police Lawn Tennis Championship at Solan today announced its opening and in his address said that in the fast changing socio-economic and political scenario, one needs to keep pace with the latest techniques and digital knowledge of high standards.


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