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Haryana government on Friday appointed 1997 -batch IPS officer, Amitabh Singh Dhillon as additional director general of police (ADGP), Haryana anti-corruption bureau (ACB). Dhillon, who will now head the ACB, replaced Shatrujeet Kapur.
On Thursday, Punjab chief minister Bhagwant Mann had accused the Badal family, including Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) chief Sukhbir Badal, of tweaking rules during the Akali Dal-BJP alliance government to facilitate the construction of their company-owned luxury spa resort, in Pallanpur village of Mohali and allow tax waiver to the tune of ₹108 crore
To curb crime and unauthorised driving, the Karnal Police have mandated all drivers of auto-rickshaws and e-rickshaws registered with them to have a common dress code. Inspector Gaurav Punia, in-charge, City Traffic, said that in the first phase, at least 50 drivers have started working in a dress code and the rest of the drivers with the registration number issued by the police will join soon.
Gurugram-based businessman was gunned down by three unidentified assailants at a hotel near Lakhan Majra town in Rohtak on Thursday night, said police. The deceased has been identified as Sachin, who was a scrap dealer and also known figure of gambling in the NCR.
Led by ADGP LK Yadav had submitted a 130-page supplementary chargesheet against six accused, including Shiromani Akali Dal president Sukhbir Singh Badal and former director general of police (DGP) Sumedh Singh Saini in the court on February 26
Haryana’s chief electoral officer (CEO) Anurag Agarwal on Friday said during the upcoming Lok Sabha polls at least 10 companies of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) and five companies of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) will be deployed in all 10 Lok Sabha constituencies.
Bombay HC grants bail to Jayram Deshpande in money laundering case related to Sai Resorts NX. His role deemed lesser compared to prime accused Sadanand Kadam.
Bombay HC stays ERO orders requisitioning Charity Commissioner staff for election duties. Only specific authorities can make such requisitions. Next hearing on March 5.
A few days ago, in anger, he set his bike on fire in the society premises. Because of that, a bike next to his was also burnt and damaged. A case was also registered against him in Kalyan Taluka Rural Police Station
BMC withdraws proposal for 10% water cut in Mumbai as state assures to fill deficiency from reserve stock; city to receive regular water post-March 5.
Unexpected rain showers hit Mumbai, raising humidity levels. No more rain expected for 48 hours. Temperatures above normal, with maximum reaching 35 degrees Celsius.
Second case of fatal attack in Alabama targeting Indian diaspora in less than a month; Raj Singh, alias Goldy, who hails from Tanda Sahuwala village in Bijnor district in UP, was a ragi (musician) who was in the US with his musical group for over a year.
In his address during the sixth session of 16th Punjab Vidhan Sabha, the governor said one of the foremost priorities of his government was to foster an environment of inclusive growth, where every citizen of Punjab has equal opportunities to thrive and prosper.
Union Minister Nitin Gadkari laid foundation stones for national highway projects worth ₹10,000 crore in Jaunpur and ₹1750 crore in Mirzapur, Uttar Pradesh.
In a statement, Bhupinder Singh Hooda said that Haryana is already facing water shortage as the state is not getting its water share from Punjab. “Instead of protecting our water resources, the BJP-JJP government is playing with the interests of the state and giving water to Rajasthan,” Hooda said.
Chief minister Eknath Shinde and his deputy Devendra Fadnavis on Friday declined Nationalist Congress Party (SCP) chief Sharad Pawar’s lunch invite at the latter’s Baramati residence
The Economic Survey said out of the 31 stations in Delhi, seven were in silence zones, which includes hospitals and educational institutes; 11 in commercial zones
Maharashtra transport department to introduce computerised driving test tracks at 17 RTOs, eliminating manual testing for permanent driving licenses. Automated vehicle testing centres also in the pipeline.
Delhi sees improvement in air quality with more "good" air days, but Yamuna water quality remains poor. Efforts include afforestation and sewage treatment upgrades.
Delhi to see completion of 5 pedestrian overbridges & several flyovers soon, per economic survey 2023-24. However, many projects are delayed.
The police team nabbed four members of the gang with stolen cash and valuables. The gang members carried out recce of homes while delivering milk and driving e-rickshaws, police said.
Post status on social media, NCP (SCP) leader Supriya Sule said she has not announced candidature for Baramati LS polls
Five AAP MLAs who participated in the discussions demanded that the demolition should not be carried out.
As HTCity turns 25,we bring you a list of 25 films that will make you pack your bags get going!
Both ABVP and left groups including AISA, DSF and SFI have levelled allegations and filed police complaints against each other
The Delhi government has argued that more than 1,050,000 households received faulty bills and a one-time settlement scheme would allow residents to clear their pending water bills
“A cordon and search operation was launched in areas of Udhampurdistrict . Joint forces including police, village defence guards and special operations group from police line in Udhampur cordoned off outskirts of Basantgarh, Panchari, Majalta, Latti, Rehambal, Ramnagar, Dudu, and conducted door-to-door searches,” said police officials
Interacting with youth functionaries at the party headquarters here, NC Jammu president Rattan Lal Gupta said the youngsters of J&K were frustrated due to the policies of the Bharatiya Janata Party-led government at the Centre
The Economic Survey said around 35,042 million units of electricity were consumed in Delhi in 2022-23, which was a significant rise from the 31,116 million units consumed in 2021-22
Maharashtra government launches state-wide internship program for college students, aligning with NEP 2020. Interns can work in government departments for up to 6 months.