Higher Education, Haryana said that two rounds of Online admission for the academic year 2018-19, for under-Graduate courses in 147 Government, 83 Aided and 87 self-financing colleges has been concluded.

Chandigarh, July 15 : A Spokesperson of Department of Higher Education, Haryana said that two rounds of Online admission for the academic year 2018-19, for under-Graduate courses in 147 Government, 83 Aided and 87 self-financing colleges has been concluded.

For those students, who do not get a confirmed admission offer in these 2 rounds and those who could not apply in time, admissions will now be made on the basis of physical counseling. They have been advised to attend the final counseling on the basis of physical presence for admissions in the concerned colleges to the remaining seats from July 16, 2018 onwards, he added.

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Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal, has said that the Jail Bharo protest by the INLD on the SYL issue is nothing but an attempt to deceive the public as the Supreme Court has already given judgment on this issue, and another judgment is expected to be delivered soon.


Chandigarh, July 15 - The Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal, has said that the Jail Bharo protest by the INLD on the SYL issue is nothing but an attempt to deceive the public as the Supreme Court has already given judgment on this issue, and another judgment is expected to be delivered soon. This issue has been hanging fire for the last 40 years.

Stating this while interacting with the representatives of panchayats and the people on the premises of school in the village of Chaang in Bhiwani today, the Chief Minister said the Prime Minister, Mr Narendra Modi, had increased the MSP of kharif crops by giving the farmers 50 per cent profit as recommended by the Swaminathan Commission Report. The MSP of millet (Bajra) has been increase from Rs 1,450 to Rs 1,950 which would bring prosperity to the farmers of the state.

The Chief Minister assured the villagers that the government would take care of development of the village. The work of building a bus shelter has already been awarded to the Bhiwani District Council. The Council which earlier got hardly Rs 1-crore grant has now been given Rs 18 crore for development works.

All developmental works would now be executed by the panchayats, panchayat samitis and jila parishads. Every village panchayat has been given Rs 50 lakh to Rs. 2-crore grant to carry out these works. And in future, this budget would be further increased.

The Chief Minister assured the public that work on all announcements made by him would soon be executed. He urged the representatives to clear the payment of electricity bills of their respective villages. He applauded the panches and sarpanches of Padhi Likhi panchayats for the success of campaigns like safety of women, Swachh Bharat etc, and told them to ensure that the level of education is raised.

All the 126 large villages having a population of more than 10,000 each would be provided facilities on the pattern of urban model. Under a comprehensive water conservation plan, daily drinking water availability in the rural areas would be raised to 130 litres per person. Sewerage lines would also be laid in the villages.

On this occasion, the Chief Minister inaugurated a 33 KV substation in Kharak Kalan constructed at the cost of Rs 5.5 crore. An expenditure of Rs. 230 crore has been made on the development of Bawani Khera. On the development projects approved for the area today, an additional sum of Rs. 40 crore would be spent.

The Chief Minister said the government was working for the welfare of every citizen without any discrimination and the people too should recognize this effort and co-operate with it.

“In Haryana, BJP may be the ruling party but I believe that the government belongs to each and every person. Keeping this in mind, we are working for the welfare of all parts of the state and every section of the society,” the Chief Minister said adding that Seedhi Baat would be organized in all the 90 Assembly constituencies of Haryana.

MLA, Mr. Vishambhar Balmiki, Bawani Khera, State BJP Vice President, Mr. JP Dalal and concerned officers and officials were present on this occasion.

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Matanhail of Jhajjar district in Haryana will have the third Sainik School of the state as the government will provide land and budget for its construction soon.:Capt. Abhimanyu

Chandigarh, July 15- Matanhail of Jhajjar district in Haryana will have the third Sainik School of the state as the government will provide land and budget for its construction soon. The state already has two Sainik Schools, one running at Kunjpura, Karnal and other at Rewari. With the construction of the third Sainik School, Haryana will become the only state in the country to have three Sainik Schools.

This was disclosed by Finance Minister, Capt. Abhimanyu today.

He said that the foundation stone of this Sainik School was laid in 2003 by the then Union Defence Minister, Mr George Fernandez. In the ten-year of Congress government, however, no efforts were made to materialise the construction of school. Now, the present government has approved to provide land and budget for the school and it would soon be set up.

He said that he had raised this issue in 2014 during the BJP rally of ex-servicemen in Rewari. The rally was then addressed by BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate, Mr Narendra Modi at that time. With the opening of this Sainik School, many students would get its benefit.

He said that the state government has approved to transfer about 100 acres land of village Matanhail and Rudiyawas for this school. He said that Haryana is a land of brave and lakhs of soldiers are serving at borders to protect the country. In view of Haryana’s participation in Army, the foundation stone of Sainik School was laid in the regime of former Prime Minister, Mr Atal Bihari Vajpayee in September 7,2003. Nearly after one and a half year, Congress government took over the reins in the state and the project of setting up of Sainik School was shelved. He said that despite being in opposition, he had raised this demand with Congress government to open the school soon, but the government paid no attention to it.

He said that after the BJP government came in Centre and State, serious efforts have been made to set up this school. In this regard, Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal had also written to Union Defence Minister and after getting the reply from Union Defence Minister, the proceedings were begun to provide land, infrastructure and other facilities to the school. He said that the state government has approved the proposal of spending about Rs 50 crore in three years for the construction of school and its infrastructure. In this connection, an MoU would soon be signed between Haryana government and the Union Ministry of Defence.

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The sleuths of Haryana's Special Task Force ( STF) today arrested a Himachal Pradesh resident and recovered 4.880 kilograms Charas including one kg charas from Aashirwad Hotel Delhi.

Chandigarh, July 15- The sleuths of Haryana's Special Task Force ( STF) today arrested a Himachal Pradesh resident and recovered 4.880 kilograms Charas including one kg charas from Aashirwad Hotel Delhi. The police team also seized one i-20 car used in transporting the narcotics.

While stating this here today, a spokesman of Police Department said that arrested accused had been identified as Jitender, a native of Karsog, district Mandi in Himachal Pradesh.

On getting secret information, he said that STF team has nabbed the accused from the area of Police Station, Rai in Sonepat along with 3.880 kilogram charas and i20 car. After interrogation of arrested accused Jitender, about one kilogram Charas had also been recovered from Aashirwad Hotel Delhi according to his disclosure statem.

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Special Task Force (STF) of Haryana Police has arrested a wanted criminal, who carried a bounty of Rs 1.5 lakh on his head, from Noida in Uttar Pradesh.

Chandigarh, July 15- In yet another major break-through, Special Task Force (STF) of Haryana Police has arrested a wanted criminal, who carried a bounty of Rs 1.5 lakh on his head, from Noida in Uttar Pradesh.

While stating this here today, a spokesman of Police Department said that the arrested criminal was identified as Pardeep Lohar alias Kala, a resident of Badala, Police Station Bass, in Hisar. The criminal who was absconding since 2017, was involved in several cases of crime including murder, decoity and loot. As many as 24 cases were registered against him in various police stations in the state including Delhi.

He said that Director General of Police, Mr B. S. Sandhu congratulated the STF Chief and IG Saurabh Singh, DIG STF, Sateesh Balan and their entire team for intensifying efforts to crackdown on most wanted criminals in the state.

He said that a team of STF, Hisar got an information that wanted criminal Pardeep Lohar was roaming in Sector 23, Noida in Uttar Pradesh with an intention to commit a crime. Acting swiftly, STF team led by two Inspectors went to Noida and nabbed the criminal from Sector 23 area there.

The accused Pradeep Lohar had shot dead his accomplice Pradeep Jamwadi and his mother, following a case was registered against him at police station Civil lines Hisar. The accused is a person of criminal nature. There are many cases registered against him in the past and he had made panic among people through Facebook and other social media.

He said that the accused would be taken on police remand by presenting him in the court. Other cases of crime are expected to be disclosed from the accused during interrogation.