MUKESH BHARDWAJ The Indian Express Group


NaMo elevation all set to impact Haryana politics

Tuesday 11 June '13

Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi’s elevation in BJP and veteran leader LK Advani’s resignation from all party posts is likely to have a major impact on politics and saffron party’s future in Harya...
Congress rift widens, Selja confidant challenges CM

Monday 10 June '13

A day after Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda’s snubbed his detractors by saying that those sitting in AC rooms in Delhi will not be able to see the impact of welfare measures initiated by ...
Now, Cong factions fight to grab mayoral seats

Thursday 6 June '13

The trouble in the ruling Haryana Congress is far from over as a tug-of-war has erupted over the selection of mayors in six of the seven Haryana Municipal corporations that witnessed polls recently
This Week Haryana: Civic polls and after

Thursday 6 June '13

Elections to seven municipal corporations, billed as a warmup for the Lok Sabha and assembly polls next year, have seen the main opposition parties
Cong loses in Hooda’s home but claims victory in all MCs

Wednesday 5 June '13

In a major embarrassment to Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda, the BJP trounced the Congress-supported candidate by a margin of 2,800 votes in Rohtak —- the family ward of the Hoodas.
As Cong gears up for post result manoeuvring, INLD, BJP keep fingers crossed

Monday 3 June '13

Though the ruling Congress leaders seemed to be relaxing on Sunday — the day seven municipal corporations of Haryana went to polls — with the party not being officially in fray, both INLD and the BJP ...
Cong faction vs Cong faction and INLD vs Independents

Friday 31 May '13

With the Congress ‘Hand’ missing from the scene, the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) is caught in a fierce battle with the Independents in the Haryana municipal elections.
Presence of Bishnoi men in fray set to damage BJP’s chances

Wednesday 29 May '13

With only a few days remaining to go for the municipal elections in Haryana, the BJP is burning midnight oil worrying over its ally, the Haryana Janhit Congress (HJC), rather than focussing its energy...
Google Earth to pave way for Haryana poll panel

Monday 27 May '13

Thanks to Google Earth, all the 1,627 polling booths in the June 2 municipal corporations polls in Haryana are only a click away for voters, security personnel and poll officials.
Prestige of Hooda, many Cong bigwigs at stake

Saturday 25 May '13

The elections are being billed as a preview to the Lok Sabha and Assembly polls in 2014.
Realtors offer to pay for removal of toll plazas

Friday 10 May '13

Suffering revenue loss due to the traffic mess at the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway toll plaza, the realtors in Gurgaon have offered to compensate the possible loss in case the Haryana government makes the...
Developers offer Haryana a deal on toll plaza removal

Friday 10 May '13

Stepping into the row over the mess at the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway toll plaza, developers in Gurgaon have offered to compensate the possible loss in case Haryana government makes the expressway toll-...
For access to colonies, Gurgaon developers will have to buy land

Wednesday 8 May '13

The Town and Country Planning Department has decided to form a three-member committee of developers for each sector to purchase land falling under the 24-m RoW.
For access to colonies, developers will have to buy land

Wednesday 8 May '13

To provide access to existing and proposed colonies in Gurgaon, real estate developers will have to secure right of way (RoW) by purchasing land on their own from the land owners.
Haryana cracks whip on tech institutes: Fulfil norms or face disaffiliation

Tuesday 7 May '13

It has now asked the institutes to fulfil all the norms, including proper infrastructure and salaries to the teachers, or face de-affiliation.
Jolt to Khemka again: Lal reverses one more order

Wednesday 1 May '13

Reinstates a HSDC stenotypist whose service was terminated by Khemka.
Gurgaon MP dares Hooda to expose him

Saturday 27 April '13

A day after Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda launched an attack on his party detractors, mostly aimed at Gurgaon MP Rao Inderjit, the latter Friday dared the CM to “expose him.
Hooda gives in, announces varsity status for Meerpur Regional Centre

Friday 26 April '13

Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Thursday granted Meerpur Regional Centre in Rewari the status of an university and said it will be named after late Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.
Work on fencing starts at region’s first n-plant

Thursday 25 April '13

Awaiting final environment impact assessment by the expert appraisal committee (EAC) of the Centre
After HC rap for Punjab, uncertainty over Haryana school re-naming policy

Wednesday 24 April '13

With the Punjab and Haryana High Court restraining the Punjab government from implementing a policy that sought to name government schools after those who donate money for them, a similar initiative e...


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