National Research Institute of Unani Medicine would be set up in Kheri Gujran village of Faridabad district

Chandigarh, Aug 13–The National Research Institute of Unani Medicine would be set up in Kheri Gujran village of Faridabad district to provide healthcare facilities to maximum persons, especially in the field of non-communicable diseases, and conduct advanced research in such diseases. It would include a 120-bedded in-patient department.

        Stating this here today, a spokesman of the Haryana AYUSH Department said the Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal, had approved a proposal to allot land of gram panchayat Kheri Gujran for this purpose.

      The institute would be developed as a state-of-the-art research centre with facilities for pre-clinical studies, clinical trials, drug standardisation and cultivation of medicinal plants used in Unani system. It would also offer facilities such as research and geriatric OPDs, specialty clinics and have 120-bedded research hospital.
 
      It would have laboratories for bio-chemistry, pathology, radiology and USG, drug standardisation, immunology, pharmacognocy and phytochemistry, besides regimental therapy unit, library, museum, animal house, administrative block and staff quarters.
        The required staff and infrastructure would be provided by the Central Council for Research in Unani Medicine (CCRUM), Union Ministry of AYUSH, the spokesman added.

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New sub-division for the area of tehsil Tauru with headquarters at Tauru created.

Chandigarh, Aug 13 – Haryana Government has created new sub-division for the area of tehsil Tauru with headquarters at Tauru. 
        A notification to this effect has been issued.

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 All applications for setting up of industry or warehouse in the State would be mandatorily filed on the portal of Haryana Enterprises Promotion Centre (HEPC)

Chandigarh, Aug 13 – Haryana Government has decided that all applications for setting up of industry or warehouse in the State would be mandatorily filed on the portal of Haryana Enterprises Promotion Centre (HEPC). The scrutiny fee would be deposited and all necessary documents would be scanned and filed by the applicant on the HEPC portal.

        While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Town and Country Planning said that as the HEPC portal did not generate any alert regarding such filing of application, the Town Planning Wing of HEPC would be responsible for bringing the matter to the notice of the DTP office concerned. 
He said that the DTP office would verify that the scrutiny fee and requisite documents necessary for scrutiny of the Change of Land Use (CLU) application filed by the applicant, and deficiencies, if any, would be pointed out on the HEPC website, till all such deficiencies are cleared by the applicant. 
Upon online submission of all necessary documents and scrutiny fee by the applicant, the documents would be downloaded by the DTP office and uploaded on the TCP e-office portal for further scrutiny. Simultaneously, the applicant would also be informed by the DTP office through HEPC portal, e-mail or TCP e-office portal to submit a copy of original CLU-I application as well as ownership documents, aks sajra plan and survey and land utilisation plan on a scale of 1 inch to forty feet showing existing means of access, certified by revenue authorities in original, in the office of Director, Town and Country Planning. The date of submission of these documents would be considered as the date of receipt of CLU application.
He said that the DTP office would complete its scrutiny within seven days from the receipt of CLU application and would accordingly forward its report to the circle office online through TCP e-office portal and would also upload a copy of the report on the HEPC portal. The circle office would complete its scrutiny within three days from the receipt of report from DTP office and would accordingly forward its report to the Directorate online through TCP e-office portal and would also upload a copy of the report on the HEPC portal. The field or circle office would not convey any observations to the applicant on the merits of the case. The matter would then be examined at the Directorate on the TCP e-office portal for taking a final decision on the CLU application. Upon a final decision regarding either issue of letter-of-intent or rejection, the case would be submitted to the DTCP, as the case may be, for approval or orders. 
He said that while issuing any observations to the applicant, it would be ensured that all observations, whether pertaining to ownership, technical deficiencies or financial capacity were conveyed to the applicant in one go, in order to ensure that the timelines prescribed for taking final decision in the matter are strictly adhered to. While conveying such observations, the applicant would be granted a maximum of one week to remove such shortcomings. All communications in this regard would be issued electronically through the TCP e-office portal, which enables generation of e-mail and SMS messages to the applicant. The applicant is required to file reply to the observations and also upload all necessary documents online through the TCP e-office portal. 

The final orders in this regard would be issued and conveyed to the applicant through the TCP e-office portal and the HEPC portal, he added.

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Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal has accorded administrative approval amounting to over Rs 32.75 crore for widening and strengthening of 21 different roads in Ambala city constituency in Ambala district.

Chandigarh, August 13 – Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal has accorded administrative approval amounting to over Rs 32.75 crore for widening and strengthening of 21 different roads in Ambala city constituency in Ambala district. 
          While stating this here today, an official spokesman said that these roads included link road from Ambala Hisar road to Jaitpur Jandheri, link road from Ambala Hisar road to Kangwal via Roshanpur, link road from Ambala Hisar road to Kalawar, MSN road to Jagouli, link road from Ambaal Baraula to Behbalpur to Mohri, link road from Ambala Baraula to Dharala, link road from Ambala Hisar to Khera-Metlan, link road from Ambala Hisar road to Sounta, Sonti Mehlan, link road from Ambala Hisar road to Khera metlan to Rasoolpur, link road from Ambala Hisar road to Sounta Mehlan road and widening and strengthening of link road from Ambala Hisar road to Nadiali Khera.
          He said that similarly, link road from Ambala Hisar road to Ballana-Dhurala, link road from Ambala Hisar road to Ballana-Ladana, link road  from Ambala Hisar road to Ahema-Chourmastpur via Muzaffra, link road from MSN road to Quarbanpur, link road from Ambala Hisar road to Ballana-Sullar, link road from Sullar to Ahema, link road from Ambala city to Jandli  from  Ambala city to Jandli-Kaulan and link road to Harizan Basti Kaulan would be widened and strengthened.