Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Justice Nirmal Yadav Inaugurates: Law College and B.Ed College

Justice Nirmal Yadav Inaugurates: Law College and B.Ed College

23 & 24 September 2006

SIRSA (Sirsa News)

Hon’ble Mrs. Justice Mrs. Nirmal Yadav, Judge Punjab & Haryana High Court inaugurated two new colleges in Sirsa.

Law College
On Sunday Morning Hon’ble Mrs. Justice Mrs. Nirmal Yadav, Judge Punjab & Haryana High Court inaugurated Lala Hans Raj Phutela College (LHRPC) of Law in B-Block. The law college has been established by Sirsa Education Society in the SES Campus, SES also has already 3 institutes: GRG School, CMK National Girls College and College Of Education running on the same campus.
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Hon’ble Mrs. Justice Mrs. Nirmal Yadav, Judge Punjab & Haryana High Court was welcomed by the members of the management by presenting bouquets. The Justice unveiled the curtain of the law college and then took a round of the college classrooms, computer lab and library.

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Soon after she went to the Lala Somnath Auditorium on the SES Campus. A colorful band march of GRG school students escorted the Chief Guest, other guests and members to the auditorium.

After lighting of ceremonial lamps by the chief guest, students of CMK College, GRG Girls School presented a lively cultural program of three dance numbers and a power packed choreography on national unity.

Mrs. Deepti Dharmani of CDLU ably anchored the stage in chaste English. Kumud R. Bansal read a brief description of the history and achievements of Sirsa Education Society. Principal Ms. Anupam Ahluwalia addressed the gathering and assured that state of the art education shall be furnished to law students at this college.

Hon’ble Mrs. Justice Mrs. Nirmal Yadav, Judge Punjab & Haryana High Court, while addressing the audience said that she had old connections with district Sirsa when she was posted here, she could recall those days and she has noticed a big change in Sirsa especially on the education front there had been lot of progress lately. She said that knowledge of law and legal awareness is the call of time and all citizens should have legal awareness for a better a society. She hoped that the new college would be an instrument in filling the gap in legal education in this region. She also exhorted and requested the lawyers and judiciary of Sirsa to associate the students of this new college with them from time to time so that the students get a sound footing of the practical Law, she advised the erstwhile students that they must use the college library extensively and also take help of computers etc. In a lighter vein she said that gone are the days when students used to depend heavily on Allahabad Law Series by Jhabwala. Today’s lawyers have to be highly competitive and update in their legal knowledge all the time.

She could recall many faces from the leading lawyers sitting in the auditorium, like Adv. Singh Sra, Adv. Mr. Ramesh Mehta, Adv. Mr. A.N. Jain etc. She wished success to the new law college and also said that She had seen the philanthropic nature of Kumud R. Bansal and she was sure that this able Gen. Secretary of the Law College should not even face teething troubles.

Mentioning that Babu Ram Phutela’s family had generously donated Rs 31,000,00-00 in the memory of Lala Hansraj Phutela. She said that she had been told that there is no dearth of donors in Sirsa and people like Mr Phutela and Dr. RS Sangwan are always ready to donate for noble causes.

Ms Anupam Ahluwalia told Sirsa News that this law college is affiliated to KUK and the degrees shall thus be conferred by KUK hence the degrees are recognized by Bar Council of India (BCI).

Sh. R.K. Dogra CJM, Sh. AK Bishnoi, Civil Judge Sr. Div., several leading lawyers and educationists of Sirsa, were present at this ceremony.

Mr. J.N. Tayal, Adv. Bhagirath Gupta, Dr. Karan Singh, Dr. RS Sangwan, are the Chairman, Vice Chairman, Treasurer, and Chief Patron of LHPC of Law respectively.

B. Ed College

Before That on Saturday Evening Hon’ble Mrs. Justice Mrs. Nirmal Yadav, Judge Punjab & Haryana High Court also inaugurated Rashoba College of Education at Parshuram Chowk.

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Ms. Kumud R. Bansal, Mr. Arvind Bansal, Mr. Pankaj Bansal, Vasudha Bansal, Sh Radhey Sham Jindal, Vishnu Gupta, Trisha Chaudhary, Seema Bansal, Shiv Sahnkar Bansal, comprising the managing committee were all present along with many dignitaries from Sirsa City. Ms. Sushma Chaudhary had been appointed as the Principal of this new college.

Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Remembring Ch. Devi Lal

Remembring Ch. Devi Lal Ex DPM

25 September 2006

SIRSA (Sirsa News)

Late Ch. Devilal’s 92nd birth anniversary fall today. Sirsa news shall bring spl write up on the Late Kisan Leader. With exclusive photographs not be found any where else.

Saturday, September 23, 2006

Haryana to be free from Power perils in 30 months - Selja

Haryana to be free from Power perils in 30 months - Selja 22 September 2006
22 September 2006
SIRSA (Sirsa News)
Union Minister for Housing, Urban Development & Poverty Alleviation, Ms Selja, addressing a press conference at Banssivat Mandir Complex today said that the ongoing problem of Power Shortage being faced by Haryana should be over in about 2 ½ years. She said that there is huge gap between and demand and supply, this is so because the previous Govt had done nothing concrete about power generation.
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Dr KV Singh, Mr. Surender Nehra, Mr Parveen Bagla and Sh Hoshiara Lal Sharma flanked her. Dr KV OSD to CM Haryana said that only yesterday Haryana Govt had signed MoUs with 4 private companies for supply 770 MW of Power to Haryana by 2008. Dr. KV Singh said that already Gas based and Coal based Power Generation Projects are under development in Haryana. Dr. Singh further said that Haryana Govt is further negotiating to lease contract some mines in Jharkhand is planning to put up Power Generation Plants at the mine sites it self, this shall prevent rheft of Coal, delay in reaching of coal, cut down huge transportation charges involved in delivering coal to thermal station. Dr Singh also said that site for a Nuclear Power station has also been earmarked at Fatehabad.

Dr. KV Singh also said that the the order of Punjab And Harayana High Court to restrain and stop all commercial activity on residential plots was limited to areas under control of HUDA only.

Later Ms Selja went to visit residence of Mr. Prem Singh Kamboj a congress leader, there after she layed foundation stones of 3 new power sub stations of different capacities at Risalia Khera etc. A delegation……………more soon

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

No Privatization of Govt. Polytechnics-Deputy Commissioner

No Privatization of Govt. Polytechnics-Deputy Commissioner

20 September 2006
Third Party pictures: Quality Compromised.
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SIRSA (SirsaNews)
Deputy Commissioner Sirsa Mr. V Umashankar, clarified that Ch Devilal Polytechnic College, Nathusari Chopta is not being privatized at all. Instead to streamline the education system and for development works, a 9 member education society has been formed under the chairman ship of Education Department’s Financial Commissioner and Chief Secretary Haryana.

The DC Said that this committee shall look into the mater of unfilled vacancies and shall fill the vacancies on ad-hoc basis only. These employees shall not be transferred to any other college. So as to confine them to institute they have applied for. The need to form such societies arose because many colleges situated in villages and remote areas had a large no. of vacancies, which were not getting filled up thus affecting the studies of students in these colleges.

Mr. V. Umashankar further made it clear that the ITI at Sirsa is also not being privatized in fact it is being upgraded to Center of Excellence, its one of the few ITI in state, that are being upgraded. The state Govt. shall be spending more than 60lacs rupees for it.

He appealed to students and youth not get misled by rumourmongers and false propaganda and instead pay attention to their studies.

15 September 2006

Students of Govt. Polytechnic Sirsa (GPS) & Govt. Polytechnic for Women Sirsa (GPW) took to the road and jammed traffic at least at two places: Bamiki Chowk & Sangwan Chowk. The students were protesting against speculated privatization of Govt. Polytechnic Colleges in Haryana as well against sexual molestation of some girl students at Vishwas School Hisar.

16th~20th September 2006

Faculities and principals of GPS & GPW were seen pacifying the students. Mr. Sudhir Gilhotra Principal Govt. Polytechnic College Sirsa appealed to the students of his college to call off their agitation, as their apprehensions were baseless. There was no question of privatization and only ceratin youth leaders were spreading such gossip to garner youth strength behind them. Mr, Yashpal Beharwal also addressed media persons and informed about the facts.

With te efforts of college staff and SDM Ms. Geeta Bharti a large section of the students especially of GPS called off their agitation and resumed college like normal on Wednesday.

However students of GPW continued the stir and took out a procession to the Mini Secretariat complex on Wednesday to the SDM office. En-route the girl students also tried to put up a road blockade that was prevented by the Police.

The girl students were insisting on the SDM to furnish them a written clarification regarding privatization fee enhancements etc.

Thursday, September 14, 2006

CIC Haryana Mr. R Madhwan to preside over Conference on RTI

CIC Haryana Mr. R Madhwan to preside over Conference on Right To Information (RTI)

15 September 2006


Details…………..on 21st.

[The editor was on leave........]

Wednesday, September 13, 2006

BSNL Broad Band Failure since 11th September

BSNL Broad Band Failure since 11th September

13 September 2006


BSNL Broad Band Failure since 11 September 2006 in C Block Exchange Area,

Optical Fiber Cable Cut off. BSNL team from Hisar is struggling to trouble shoot the OFC.

No New News Post by SIRSA NEWS till resumption of broadband.

Sunday, September 10, 2006

Rania-Ellenabad Road blocked by irate villagers

Rania-Ellenabad Road blocked by irate villagers

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10 September 2006


Irate villagers today blocked Rania-JeevanNagar-Ellenabad Road today for hours together. The villagers put up the blockade in protest against Police Inaction against a spate series of thefts of tube-well accessories [Motor Starters, Cables etc.] happening in villages. Today in the morning the villagers caught hold of a couple of thieves themselves but one of the thieves managed to escape. The villagers alleged that these thefts were happening invariably in the past and upon information and complaint to police no action is taken by the Police, if at all there were some people picked by police for interrogation on insistence of villagers they were let go without any interrogation. DSP Mr. Shiv Charan tried to pacify the agitated villagers, but the villagers remained adamaent.

Saturday, September 09, 2006

HSGPC Submits 50,000 Affidavits Favoring Separate Gurdwara Committee

HSGPC Submits 50,000 Affidavits from Sirsa Favoring Separate Gurdwara Committee in Haryana
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Details Soon..........

09 September 2006


A Jatha of members of Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (Adhoc) left with more than 50,000 affidavits from Sikhs of Distt SIRSA supporting the formation of a separate management body for Sikh Gurdwaras and Sikh Shrines in Haryana. These affidavits to be deposited at the residence of Mr. Harmohinder Singh Chattha Agriculture Minister Haryana who also heads the ‘Chatta Committee’ set up by Govt of Haryana to look into the demand of Sikhs of Haryana. The Chatta committee had previously asked Sikhs of Haryana to send in affidavits favoring the formation of HSGPC or objections to it by 9th September 2006.

S. Jagtaar Singh Taari State Spokesman of HSGPC (Adhoc) informed SIRSANEWS That the affidavits favoring the committee from Sirsa-Rania-JeevanNagar-Ellenbad-Kalanwali-Dabwali and Rori areas were deposited with Dr. Gurcharn Singh Sandhu, Distt Presdient HSGPC (Adhoc). Bundles of these affidavits were today carried by S. Jagdev Singh Mattdadu, Member SGPC, S. Surender Singh Wirk, S. Sardul Singh Kotli, Malkiat Singh Rania, Puran Singh Rania, Laadi etc. to Kurukshetra.

At the time of sending Jatha with these bundles, S. Malkit Singh Khosa, Dr. Gurcahran Singh, Dr. Avtaar Singh, S. Malik Singh Kang, S. Mahender Singh Khajakhera, S. Lakhbir Singh Gill, S. Jagtaar Singh Taari, Master Sampooran Singh were present.

From Kurukshetra 09 Sep 2006

S. Deedar Singh Nalwi Gen Secretary HSGPC (Adhoc) informed Sirsa News over a telephonic talk that Sikhs from all over Haryana have responded with great enthusiasm at this opportunity to voice their long-standing demand for a separate committee for management of Gurdwaras in Haryana. Over 2 lakh affidavits favoring the formation of HSGPC have already poured in at the residence of Mr. Harmohinder Singh Chatta, several thousands more affidavits are expected to reach before evening.

KRUKSHETRA: (PTI) Haryana Agriculture Minister Harmohinder Singh Chatha said that the decision regarding the formation of a separate Shiromani Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee (SGPC) for Haryana would be announced by year-end,

"The decision regarding the formation of separate SGPC for Haryana will be announced by December 31, 2006 after conducting parleys with the stalwart leaders and social organisation working in the sate for the welfare of the Sikh community," he said after meeting a delegation of Sikhs at his residence on Pipli road.

Chatha, who heads the committee set up by the state government to look into the issue of setting up a separate SGPC for Haryana, said it was a "social and religious matter and there was no politics in it".

Jagdish Singh Jhinda, president of the Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee along with about hundred Sikh leaders from all over the state, submitted 1.5 lakh affidavits, supporting the setting up of a separate SGPC, to Chatha.

The Minister said that due consideration will be given to all the affidavits after their perusal. He assured the delegation that the interests of the community would be protected at all costs.

Jhinda said already two lakh affidavits had been sent to Chatha committee, as September 9 was the last date for submission. He said had there been more time, nine lakh Sikhs could have submitted the affidavits for the formation of a separate SGPC for Haryana.

Earlier: (Sirsa News)
A meeting held by Mr. Ahrwaan an SGPC member and protégés of Mr Badal held at the 10th Patshahi Gurdwara at SIRSA, said that Sikhs of Haryana at no cost will allow the Government to form a separate Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee for Haryana.
He said that SGPC had opposed the Haryana government's proposal to set up separate committee for managing affairs of Sikh shrines.
Mr. Ahrwaan quoting Mr Avtaar Singh Makker president SGPC said that Shiromani Gurdawara Parbhandak Committee (SGPC) had warned Haryana Government against its move to set up separate Gurdawara Parbhandak Committee for Haryana. Mr. Ahrwaan said that SGPC President Avtar Singh Makkar along with other members of the committee had also submitted a memorandum to the Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda.

Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Legal Awareness Education Camp at Village Mallewala

Legal Awareness Education Camp at Village Mallewala

06 September 2006


A legal aid camp was organized at village Mallewala to educate villagers about the free services offered by District Legal Aid Cell, Sirsa. Advocate Gurdarshan Sidhu informed Sirsa News that as per directions of Sh RK Dogra CJM, camps are organized at every weekend at different locations to make people aware about law and their legal rights. In the camp at Village Mallewala, Ms. Balbir Kaur Gandhi Advocate, Ms. Sunita Gupta Advocate, Ms. Shard Makkar Advocate, Ms. Chander Rekha Advocate, Mr. Sushil Verma Advocate & Mr. Gurdarshan Singh Sidhu Advocate informed villagers about civil and criminal law and also about Consumer Protection Laws, as well as Labour Laws.

Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Surgeon's Son Pranjal Chaudhary dies in road accident

Surgeon’s Son, Pranjal Chaudhary dies in road accident

05 September 2006


Son of Dr. Mohar Singh Chaudhary an eminent surgeon of Sirsa, Mr. Pranjal Chaudhary died in a tragic road accident in Pune yesterday. Only son of Dr Chaudhary was pursuing his MBBS at famous DY Patil Medical College Pune.

The funeral shall take place at Tara Nagar Rajasthan.