The e-Way Bill would come into effect in Haryana from April 20, 2018 and it would be mandatory for intra-state movement of goods in the state.

Chandigarh, April 15—The e-Way Bill would come into effect in Haryana from April 20, 2018 and it would be mandatory for intra-state movement of goods in the state.

         Giving this information here today, a spokesperson of the Excise and Taxation Department said e-way bill would be required for movement of goods valued at Rs 50,000 and above.

          The taxpayers or transporters would not have to visit any tax office or check-post for generation of e-Way bill. A user-friendly system has been introduced for easy and quick generation. Besides, smooth and simple tax administration would ensure easier verification of every e-Way bill by the tax officer.

          The spokesman said a consolidated e-Way bill could be generated for vehicles carrying multiple consignments. It could be generated through various modes, including using web-online browser on laptop or desktop or mobile phone.

          It could also be generated on android-based mobile Application on mobile phones, via SMS through registered mobile number, via Application Programme Interface that is integration of IT system of user with e-Way Bill system, through tool-based bulk generation and through third-party based system of Suvidha providers, he added.

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A new joint venture company with the Ministry of Railways, namely ‘Haryana Rail Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited (HRIDC), has been formed under the Companies Act, 2013.

Chandigarh, April 15--With a view to strengthening the rail network and ensuring its speedy progress, a new joint venture company with the Ministry of Railways, namely ‘Haryana Rail Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited (HRIDC), has been formed under the Companies Act, 2013.

            Giving details, Mr Rajiv Jain, Media Advisor to the Haryana Chief Minister, said here today that the main aim of the HRIDC was to expedite the railway and infrastructure projects and their implementation and ensure better coordination with the government.

        The HRIDC has initiated the process of preparation of feasibility reports of seven new rail projects, namely (i) 91-km-long Yamunanagar-Chandigarh via Naraingarh and Sadhaura (ii)  104-km-long Delhi-Sohna-Nuh-Ferozpur Zhirka Alwar, (iii) 73-km FarukhanagarJhajjar-Charkhi Dadri, (iv) 46-km Jind-Hansi, (v) 58-km Bhiwani- Loharu,  (vi) 66-km Karnal-Yamunanagar and (vii) 10-km railway sliding project, Manesar.

            While preparing these reports, the government has given due priority to the demands of the people, he added.

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Players from from Haryana for winning medals in different events at the Commonwealth Games Congratulated

Chandigarh, April 15- The Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal, and the Sports Minister, Mr Anil Vij, have congratulated the players from from Haryana for winning medals in different events at the Commonwealth Games and greeted all the participants.

          In his message issued here today, the Chief Minister said, “We are proud of your splendid performance in all events. Our players have done the state and the country proud and their performance will inspire many youngsters to pursue sports as a lucrative career. My best wishes to all the participants for a bright future Congratulations.”

          In a separate message, Mr Anil Vij said, “Congratulations to all Haryana players for winning 22 medals, including 9 Gold, 6 Silver and 7 Bronze in CWG2018 Great achievement. 38 players participated from Haryana in the CWG.”

          Every gold medal winner will get 1.5 crore; silver medal winner will get Rs 75 lakh and bronze winner will get Rs 50 lakh as cash award. Besides, every gold medal winner will be entitled to Class A; silver medal winner class B and bronze medal winner class C job in Haryana Government, he added.

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Haryana Government has set a target to impart skill training to 1.15 lakh youth during 2018-19.

Chandigarh, April 15- Haryana Government has set a target to impart skill training to 1.15 lakh youth during 2018-19.

          Stating this today, a spokesperson of the Skill Development and Industrial Training Department said that a sum of Rs 657.94 crore would be spent for the financial year 2018-19, which is 43.43 percent higher then the previous financial year.

          The spokesperson said that the department has a plan to establish 20 Government Industrial Training Institutes during year 2018-19 at Village Jakhal in Fatehabad, Sikrona in Faridabad, Barana in Panipat, Indri in Karnal, Sehlang in Mahendergarh, Satnali in Mahendergarh, Musedpur in Gurugram, Hassanpur in Ambala, Nahoni in Ambala, Rai in Sonipat, Nachron in Yamunanagar, Maharaja Jassa Singh at Safidon in Jind, Alika in Sirsa, Khijrabad in Yamunanagar, Jakhandadi in Fatehabad, Khewra in Sonipat, Jiwan Nagar in Sirsa, Sisai in Hisar, Darsul Kalan in Fatehabad and Juan in Sonipat.
          He said that in addition, 22 Government Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) would be upgraded namely Ambala City, Bhiwani, Khuddan, Kurukshetra, Mahendergarh, Nuh, Palwal, Panchkula, Panipat, Rewari, Sirsa, Sonipat, Tohana, Yamunanagar, Charkhi Dadri (Women), Faridabad (Women), Gurugram (Women), Hisar (Women), Jind (Women), Pundri (Women), Karnal (Women) and Rohtak (Women) into Model ITIs.
       Haryana Vishwakarma Skill University was being set up at Dudhola in district Palwal. However, it has already started functioning from temporary campus at Gurugram, he added.

       He said that the State Government had reached out to the jobless with succour under the Saksham Yuva Yojana. Haryana has become the first State in the country which aims to provide hundred hours of paid work every month to the educated unemployed youth. He said that under the scheme, Rs 6,000 was being disbursed to eligible post-graduate and graduate candidates as honorarium for 100 hours of work and Rs 3,000 to unemployed post graduate and Rs 1,500 to graduate candidates as Unemployment Allowance.
          He said that Haryana has recently got ‘Champion of Change’ title as the best State for engaging maximum number of apprentices per lakh. This has been made possible because of setting up of a dedicated apprenticeship promotion cell in the Skill Development and Industrial Training Department, constitution of District Apprenticeship Committees in all districts and holding of regular Workshops with all stakeholders, he added.

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Haryana Staff Selection Commission has issued notice to call the eligible candidates for scrutiny of documents for the post of Mandi Supervisor-cum-Fee Collector, in Haryana State Agriculture Marketing Board (HSAMB), Panchkula.

Chandigarh, April 15- Haryana Staff Selection Commission has issued notice to call the eligible candidates for scrutiny of documents for the post of Mandi Supervisor-cum-Fee Collector, in Haryana State Agriculture Marketing Board (HSAMB), Panchkula.

While giving this information today, a spokesman of the Commission said that eligible candidates had been called for the scrutiny of documents on the basis of written examination held on May 28, 2016 for the post in HSAMB.

He said that the scrutiny of documents of these candidates would be held on April 30 and May 1, 2018 in HUDA Field Hostel, Sector-6, Panchkula. They are also directed to bring all original documents, set of self attested copies of all documents, one Id Proof and self attested copy of downloaded application form, he added.

For more details and results, the eligible candidates can visit the website of Commission www.hssc.gov.in, he added.

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  A sum of about Rs 300 crore would be spent on canal based drinking water supply schemes to provide drinking water to all the villages of Bawal Constituency. 

Chandigarh, April 15- Haryana Minister of State for Public Health Engineering, Mr Banwari Lal said that a sum of about Rs 300 crore would be spent on canal based drinking water supply schemes to provide drinking water to all the villages of Bawal Constituency.  The Bawal Vidhan Sabha Constituency would not lag behind in development from other constituencies, he added.

         The Minister was addressing the people after unveiling the statue of former Sarpanch Late Mr Shivlal Yadav of village Bagthala in district Rewari today.

      He said that the present BJP government under the leadership of Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal is working in line with the principle of Sabka Saath-Sabka Vikas.  Work on all the announcements regarding development works made by the Chief Minister, had been taken up on fast pace and some works are under progress, he added.

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 Six police personnel of Haryana Police posted at Bhuna in district Fatehabad have saved crop that was under fire.

 

Chandigarh, April 15- In a rare gesture of goodwill and exemplary courage, six police personnel of Haryana Police posted at Bhuna in district Fatehabad have saved crop that was under fire.

          While taking cognizance of  the videos of police officials that have gone viral on social media, Haryana Director General of Police (DGP), Mr B. S. Sandhu today announced to honour the Station House Officer (SHO) of Police Post, Bhunna    and the police constables for their presence of mind and act of courage as they  saved wheat crop of a farmer by dousing flames with the help of tree branches and  also controlled its further spread to adjoining fields.

          Stating this here today, a spokesman of Police Department said that the DGP has announced to give cash award of Rs 10,000 each to SHO, Ramesh Kumar, his team of   police personnel posted at Police Post ,Bhunna   and those from general public who also doused the flames. The police officials would also be given First Class Certificate in recognition of their act of bravery, he added.

           Mr B. S. Sandhu was all praise for the police personnel who risked their own lives  for a public cause and said that there was no dearth of such courageous  police personnel.

            He said that while going to the police station, the SHO, Ramesh Kumar, exempted assistant sub- inspector (EASI), Krishan Kumar and Karambir Singh, Head Constable, Kailash and Krishan and constable, Ramesh saw smoke emitting out of crops of farmers Prem Singh and Kashmir Singh and immediately rushed to the spot of fire. Without wasting any time, they began to control the fire with the help of branches of nearby trees. On seeing them, the people who were around also joined them   and after a lot of efforts they successfully controlled the fire before it could spread to nearby area. Their collective effort minimized the loss of crop, he added.

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 In Haryana, the five government procuring agencies and traders have purchased at Minimum Support Price more than 24.01 lakh metric tonnes of wheat that have arrived in the mandis till yesterday during the current season.

Chandigarh, April 15- In Haryana, the five government procuring agencies and traders have purchased at Minimum Support Price more than 24.01 lakh metric tonnes of wheat that have arrived in the mandis till yesterday during the current season.

          While stating this here today, a spokesman of Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs Department said the procurement process was running smoothly in the mandis.

          Giving details of the wheat procured by government agencies, he said that over 6.59 lakh metric tonnes of wheat has been procured by Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs Department, whereas Haryana State Co-operative Supply and Marketing Federation Limited (HAFED) has purchased more than 8.66 lakh metric tonnes of wheat. He said that Food Corporation of India has purchased over 3.58 lakh metric tonnes of wheat and Haryana Warehousing Corporation has purchased over 5.16 lakh metric tonnes of wheat.

          The spokesman said that district Palwal was leading in wheat arrival where over 3.46 lakh metric tonnes of the crop had been procured followed by district Karnal, which recorded more than 2.52 lakh metric tonnes of wheat arrival. Similarly, over 2.34 lakh metric tonnes of wheat have been procured in Kaithal, over 2.33 lakh metric tonnes in Jind, over 1.98 lakh metric tonnes in Sonipat, over 1.32 lakh metric tonnes in Panipat, over 1.30 lakh metric tonnes in Sirsa, over 1.10 lakh metric tonnes in Ambala, over 1.01 lakh metric tonnes in Hisar, 98,494 metric tonnes in Faridabad, 83,961 metric tonnes in Fatehabad, 72,079 metric tonnes in Jhajjar, 71,076 metric tonnes in Mewat, 46,365 metric tonnes in Bhiwani, 45,717 metric tonnes in Rohtak, 41,542 metric tonnes in Gurugram, 31,272 metric tonnes in Yamunanagar, 22,570 metric tonnes in Rewari, 19,199 metric tonnes in Narnaul and 14,209 metric tonnes in Panchkula.