Dubey has been on the run for almost a week, ever since the ambush and killing of eight police personnel in Kanpur. As police searched for him in Haryana, Delhi, and kept a close watch on Indo Nepal border, the Kanpur boy who had launched himself into crime in the 1990s in the image of Sunny Deol''s 'Arjun Pandit' and loved the sound of being addressed to as 'Pandit' in political and police circles, managed to dodge the bullet as he was nabbed in the safe grounds of the temple complex.According to sources, Vikas reached the temple around 8.a.m and then informed the security men about his identity and asked them to inform the police.
England''s first Test match Vs West Indies will be broadcasted live exclusive on television and will also be live streamed.Ravinder Dandiwal had also organised the Asian Premier League in Nepal and the Afghan Premier League. He also tried to organise a league in Haryana which the BCCI scuttled.
MumbaiSix power utilities including four from Gujarat, one each from Haryana and Punjab were ranked A plus grade while seven utilities A grade, 7 B plus grade, 9 B grade, 7 C plus grade and 5 C grade in the ranking for 2018 19 by ICRA and CARE Ratings report prepared by the Power Finance Corporation. The report was released on Friday by the union minister of state for power RK Singh at the power minister s virtual conference.
The JSW Group is a $ 14 billion conglomerate, which has a presence in core sectors of steel, energy, cement, and infrastructure. The group imports a huge amount of machinery and maintenance equipment. Apart from the JSW Group, the local traders body Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) had also said that it will further mobilise traders in India to boycott Chinese goods and lend support to indigenous products.Also Read: Coronavirus may cost India USD 150 billion this year; economic activity in these cities takes hardest hitNot only the private bodies, but the centre and the state governments have also stepped up to boycott Chinese goods. In a strong message to China, the Modi government banned 59 Chinese apps, citing them a threat to India s integrity and security. Last month, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman had urged the traders to make more goods in the domestic market and refrain from importing non essential goods, such as Ganesha idols, from China. At the state level, Chief minister Uddhav Thackeray led Maharashtra government has paused three Chinese projects worth Rs 5,000 crore in June, while Yogi Adityanath s Uttar Pradesh, and Manohar Lal Khattar s Haryana have also adopted a tough stance on imports from China. Meanwhile, the Federation of Indian Exports Organisation (FIEO) said that an outright blanket ban is not in India s best interest and is not feasible at the moment.
The warning, sources said, mentions that these anti India activities are being guided by one ISI handler named Abdullah in close coordination with SFJ'''s founder Avtar Singh Pannu who is learnt to have been residing in the United Kingdom. Abdullah'''s name was also revealed during questioning of three arrested suspected sympathisers of the Khalistan Liberation Front (KLF), who were planning to execute targeted killings in various northern states. The KLF supporters were arrested by the Special Cell of Delhi Police in a week long operation across Delhi, Punjab and Haryana.
New Delhi India , June 10 (ANI): As India braces up for further locust attacks with swarms continuing to cause damage to crops, Pakistan is yet to give a formal response on the request to hold discussions over the issue that affects both the countries. The technical level meeting is now likely to be held on June 18, informed diplomatic sources told ANI on Wednesday.The Pakistan Foreign Office had said on June 5 that Pakistan and India are cooperating with each other to tackle the issue of desert locust under a forum administered by the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO).Pakistan and India are members of FAO''s Commission for Controlling the Desert Locust in South West Asia (SWAC).Pakistan Foreign Office spokesperson Aisha Farooqui, in the weekly media briefing, had said that the ministerial meeting of the commission was held in March during which it was decided to reactivate communication between the member states on the locust situation and a Technical and Operational Coordination (ToC) team was formed to exchange information, enhance coordination at the border areas and increase synchronisation to combat desert locust outbreak in the region, Dawn reported.She said Pakistan had been participating in the SWAC meeting on a weekly basis. She said cooperation in exchanging information in bordering areas of Pakistan and India was "fruitful", according to the report."We believe that the respective technical teams have been coordinating appropriately through FAO," she said.Farooqui said that Pakistan "remains committed to cooperating with all SWAC member states, including India, in combating desert locust outbreak".Pakistan and India are facing the worst locust attack in recent years. The desert locust is a species of locust, a swarming short horned grasshopper and poses an unprecedented threat to food supply and livelihoods of millions of people.Locust swarms from Pakistan entered Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana and Madhya Pradesh threatening standing crops. Rajasthan is the most affected state. (ANI)
Targeting Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal over his decision to reserve hospitals run by the city government and private entities for Delhiites only during the coronavirus crisis, Haryana Health Minister Anil Vij on Sunday said the state will not deny treatment to outsiders as it cannot be "harsh" like the AAP supremo.
However, the Punjab and Haryana High Court imposed Rs 10,000 as cost on the duo for not wearing masks at the time of the marriage ceremony, The Indian Express reported. The court directed the Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP), Gurdaspur, to take appropriate remedial measures regarding the threat that the couple might be facing. It also asked the officer to pass a necessary order to ensure that no harm is caused to them either to their life or their liberty.
The Centre may have allowed vehicle movement between states, but has left it to states take a final call on it. While states like Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan, Punjab have decided to follow the Centre''s advisory, states like Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu and the Northeast have decided to continue with the curbs in 'Unlock 1', also termed as Lockdown 5.0, as well.Inter state travel by road as well as air and trains will remain restricted in Maharashtra till June 30. In Tamil Nadu, curbs on inter state bus transport and Metro and suburban train services will continue people. For people travelling between different zones or crossing the border will require an e pass issued by the authority.
The Haryana cabinet earlier in the first week of May had approved introduction of Hindi in subordinate courts in the State. The Vidhan Sabha had passed the Bill to pave way for implementation of the decision. 78 MLAs, Advocate General and hundreds of advocates, had expressed their interest to get Hindi language authorized for use in the courts so that the citizens of Haryana can understand the entire process in their own language and can easily put their views before the Courts.The relevant portion of amendment is reproduced as under:
Chandigarh: Police in Yamunanagar town in Haryana cane charged migrant workers on Sunday who were trying to move towards the border of Uttar Pradesh some 20 km from there. The labourers were seen running back to the shelter. Some left their luggage and cycles at the place and ran away.Officials told IANS they were allowing only those migrants to cross over to UP who have been registered and staying at rescue centres set up by the government. A sudden influx of migrants from neighbouring states (Punjab and Himachal) reached there and they were marching towards UP border. They were warned not to move towards home in UP, and when they tried to continue their journey, police caned them, an official said.
;His wife and their three year old son were tested for the virus a day after Amit passed away. Late Friday evening, their result came, and both have tested positive for the virus,; said the 26 year old woman;s brother. Kumar was posted at northwest Delhi;s Bharat Nagar police station, and DCP (North West) Vijayanta Arya too confirmed that the constable;s wife and child had tested positive.Kumar ''s wife and child live in Haryana ''s Sonepat. "When her result came, we got a call about it and an ambulance was sent. Both of them are admitted at PGI hospital in Khanpur, " said the woman ''s brother.
After liquor makers, leading beer manufacturers Bira, Carlsberg, United Breweries and Molson amp; Coors have knocked the doors of the state governments, seeking permission for an ecommerce portal to sell beer as the industry faces massive losses due to the lockdown.With the support of All India Brewers Association (AIBA), beer makers have written letters to chief ministers of Maharashtra, Goa, Kerala, West Bengal, Haryana and three other states. Besides proposing the use of last mile delivery ecommerce platforms like Swiggy, Zomato, Amazon, Grofers and Flipkart, they have also sought partial resumption of brewing facilities.
While Delhi was a reluctant supporter , Haryana, Odisha and Nagaland said they would implement the order. There was no word from the Maharashtra government, and Assam said it would take a call by Monday.In a late night order issued Friday, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) allowed all shops registered under the Shops amp; Establishment Act in different states and union territories to open. However, a final decision in the matter was left to states.
Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh governments have announced that schools should not pressurise parents to pay fees during the lockdown. However, there is no clarity among parents about whether no fees will be charged during the period or they will have to be paid later.According to various school authorities, some parents have assumed that there will be no fees for the period and numerous queries are being received by them about fee waivers.
NEW DELHI : To pay or not to pay, waiver or moratorium parents of school children are confused with announcements of several state governments offering relaxations for school fees during the coronavirus lockdown period in the country.Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh governments have announced that schools should not pressurise parents to pay fees during the lockdown. However, there is no clarity among parents about whether no fees will be charged during the period or they will have to be paid later.
Indians don''t need an appropriate time or an occasion to break into song and dance, and the latest video going viral over the Internet further proves the same. Indian students evacuated from China''s Hubei province amidst the coronavirus scare who were kept in a quarantine facility in Haryana''s Manesar, were seen having a good time, dancing to the tunes of a Haryanvi song.