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Khemka faces another probe by Haryana government

Wednesday 8 January '14

Officers told to dig out files during his stint as HSWC MD.
Relatives of politicians to chairman's child, Haryana Civil Services all in family

Friday 13 December '13

Candidates were selected after a preliminary exam, main exam and interview.
Second autopsy finds 14 injuries caused by ‘brutal assault’

Thursday 28 November '13

Gurgaon hospital had said man died of cardiac arrest.
The Village on a High

Sunday 24 November '13

How hashish trade thrives in Malana, a hamlet in Himachal Pradesh.
Dalai Lama to stay in South this winter

Friday 15 November '13

The 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, will not visit the hill town of Mcleodganj, Dharamsala, in Himachal Pradesh this winter.
CM to meet Rahul today with son in tow

Monday 11 November '13

Sources said the duo will give the rally’s report to Rahul Gandhi.
Candidates with blighted past lead poll campaigns in Haryana

Monday 28 October '13

With an eye on the Assembly polls next year, national parties in Haryana have launched extensive campaigns across the state in the recent past.
Friends and relatives of Haryana CM get prized Panchkula industrial plots

Saturday 19 October '13

Renu Hooda is my a widow and yes she is my relative and I know her, said Hooda.
Haryana govt hounds Khemka, readies another chargesheet

Thursday 17 October '13

Paramvir Singh has sought comments from HSDC about the alleged low sale of wheat seeds.
CO injured as officers and soldiers clash again

Tuesday 15 October '13

According to Army sources, Hansra was injured in the scuffle which followed an argument.
CAG accuses Haryana govt of ‘financial impropriety’

Friday 4 October '13

‘Spent public funds worth crores of rupees to promote certain individuals, not government policies’
Samba terrorists had planned to storm Army Public School, take children hostage

Friday 4 October '13

Army Public School is located right next to the base camp of 16th Cavalry of Indian Army.
Search operations began after villagers saw terrorists

Saturday 28 September '13

The police was informed about the information that resulted in a lot of panic in the entire area.
Jammu terror attack: Militants travelled 38 km in India, used GPS, cellphone

Saturday 28 September '13

Not one but five police posts were crossed by the terrorists and nobody got a whiff, says sarpanch.
Militants travelled 38 km in India, used GPS device, mobile phone

Saturday 28 September '13

The international border in Paharpur village is fenced, but parts of it are porous because of a nullah that flows into Pakistani territory.
Jammu terror attacks: Shopkeeper gave a Muslim name, they spared him

Friday 27 September '13

On hearing a Muslim name, the militants let him go, telling him he was one of God’s people.
Jammu terror attacks: A victim and two survivors

Friday 27 September '13

Survivors of the attack share their tales of horror.
Another achiever

Thursday 19 September '13

The Haryana government has given him Rs 1.5 lakh and honoured him with the Pratibha Samman.
Vigilance begins probe against HTC officials

Wednesday 18 September '13

‘Tampering’ of clause in lease agreement discovered in court


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