Saturday, August 30, 2008

Punjabi Satkaar Sabha Remembers Shaheed Sukhdev


Punjabi Satkaar Sabha (Sirsa) Remembers Shaheed Sukhdev on his birth anniversary.
SIRSA NEWS
29 August, 2008

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Birth Centenary of Shaheed Sukhdev Thapar was celebrated today by Punjabi Satkar Sabha (Sirsa). The simple function was organized by Pardeep Sachdeva, Bhupinder Panniwalia, Sh Prabhudayal and other members of the Sabha at conference hall at Shaheed Bhagat Singh Park. Comrade Baldev Bakshi was the chief guest, Comrade Avtar, Sh Kasturi Chabra, S. Harbahjan Singh Rainu and several others attended the function.

Comrade Narbhinder, the keynote speaker at the seminar said, that Sukhdev Thapar was a revolutionary who lived from 15th May 1907 to March 23, 1931). Mostly he is best known as an accomplice of Bhagat Singh and Shivaram Rajguru in the killing of a British police officer J.P. Saunders in 1928 in order to take revenge for the death of veteran leader Lala Lajpat Rai due to excessive police beating. But this portrayal of just an accomplice is quiet underrated; his role or sacrifice in no was anything less than Shaheed Bhagat Singh, Rajguru or his other contemporaries. He detailed how the strategies of Sukhdev were put to action by Bhagat Singh.

All three were hanged in Lahore Central Jail on March 23, 1931 in the evening at 7.33 pm against all norms of hanging. The dead bodies were secretly taken away by breaking the back walls of the jail and were seceretly burnt on the banks of River Satluj at Hussainiwala about 50 miles away from Lahore. The bodies were cut into pieces to make the burial quick.
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Sukhdev was an active member of the Hindustan Socialist Republican Association, being one of its most senior leaders. He is known to have started study circles at National College, (Lahore) in order to delve into India's past as well as to scrutinize the finer aspects of world revolutionary literature and the Russian Revolution. Along with Bhagat Singh, Comrade Ram Chandra and Bhagwati Charan Vohra, he started Naujawan Bharat Sabha at Lahore. The main aims of this organisation were to activate youth for freedom struggle, inculcate a rational scientific attitude, fight communalism and end the practice of untouchability. Sukhdev was deeply impressed by Pandit Ram Prasad Bismil, and Chandrashekhar Azad.

Sukhdev also participated in the 1929 Prison hunger strike to protest against the inhuman treatment of inmates.

His letter to Mahatma Gandhi written just prior to his hanging, protesting against the latter's disapproval of revolutionary tactics, throws light on the disparities between the two major schools of thought among Indian freedom fighters.

However, Hansraj Vohra - the man who gave the clinching testimony that resulted in the hanging of the trio, claimed that Sukhdev had himself turned an approver. Nevertheless, this relatively baseless contention does not detract from the tremendous courage, patriotism and self-sacrifice that Sukhdev Thapar embodifies.

English Promotion Forum Seminar at CMK Girls College





Distt. English Promotion Forum Seminar at CMK Girls College.
SIRSA NEWS
29 August, 2008

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Friday, August 29, 2008

Jeevan Nagar College Hockey and Misc Pictorial News

Hockey Tournamant Inaugurated by Dr KV Singh at Jeevan Nagar College.

Sanjeev Sharma Elected as State president Apex Photographers Association

Blood Donation Camp at Shiv Shakti Blood Bank presided over by Mr. Bhupesh Mehta.

Late Sh Bansi Lal remembered.
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Traffic Police Cops CHALLAN Traffic Rules Offenders near Red Light Chowk, Tau Devi Lal Town Park.


Broken Roads in Dabwali, Picture Courtesy: Goyal Dabwali







INLD Vayapar Prakosth Members meet to prepare for oncoming Vichar Goshti on 29th August to be presided over by Sh OP Chautala.


Administartive Top Brass of Sirsa in discussion after Video Conference. ^










Jeevan Nagar College Hockey and Miscellaneous Pictorial News
SIRSA NEWS
29 August, 2008
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Upcoming NEWS.............
1. English Promotion Forum at CMK National Girls College
2. Shaheed Sukhdev Remembered by Punjabi Satkar Sabha
3. INLD Supremo Asks Business Community to reinstate INLD to POWER to end their all ...................



DIC Head Sirsa presents paper at Pharma Conference in CANADA



DIC Head presented a paper at the IX World Conference on Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Quebec City, CANADA

SIRSA NEWS


27 August, 2008
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Mr. Sameer Dhingra, Chief Incharge, Haryana State Drug Information Centre and Asst. Prof. at Lord Shiva College of Pharmacy, Sirsa presented a research paper entitled “Attitude of Physicians towards Adverse Drug Reaction Reporting in North India” in the IX World Conference on Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics (CPT 2008) held on July 27- August 1, 2008 at Quebec city, Canada organized by the Canadian Society for Clinical Pharmacology (CSCP) and the National Research Council of Canada (NRC), under the auspices of the International Union of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology (IUPHAR). The conference was very much in line with the goal of promoting international sharing, cooperation and open discussions on the advances in drug research and utilization. In accordance with this goal, the scientific program was aimed at dealing with applied research relating to key issues governing progress in the field of Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics. The scientific program was divided into four different streams: new therapeutic approaches, from fundamental to clinical pharmacology, medicines and society and clinical pharmacology in special populations covering almost all the aspects of current and advance topics of clinical pharmacology and therapeutics which were attended by a large gathering of scientists from different parts of the world. His presentation was appreciated from all fronts and there was a fruitful interaction with the participants from various countries. A partial travel grant of $ 1000 CAD was provided by conference organizers on the basis of paper’s merit. The experience of interacting with international pharma specialists was scintillating, Mr. Sameer said.

Janamashtami celebrations at Khatu Shyam Dham


Sri Krishan Janamashtami celebrations at Khatu Shyam Dham
SIRSA NEWS
26 August, 2008
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Sri Krishan Janamastami was celebrated with great enthusiasm at Sri Khatu Shyam Dham at Rania Road near Hanuman Mandir as well all the mandirs in Sirsa.
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Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Rajiv Gandhi Akshay Urja Celebrations




Rajiv Gandhi Akshay Urja Celebrations
SIRSA NEWS
22 August, 2008

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AKSHAY URJA REVOLUTION NEEDED TO MAKE INDIA SELF-RELIANT : MUTTEMWAR

MARATHON, RALLY, CONTESTS MARK RAJIV GANDHI AKSHAY URJA DIWAS AT PANCHKULA

HARYANA PANCHAYATS AWARDED FOR BEST SOLAR ENERGY PERFORMANCE


Chandigarh, August 2008

The dream of making India a superpower could only be fulfilled if the nation would have enough energy resources. To make India self-reliant in energy sector it has become essential to take revolutionary steps for generating solar energy and adopting it as an alternative source of energy. This was stated by Sh Vilas Muttemwar, Union Minister of State for New and Renewable Energy while addressing the national function of Rajiv Gandhi Akshay Urja Diwas held at Inderdhanush Auditorium, Panchkula today. This national level function was organized by Union Ministry of New & Renewable Energy and Haryana Renewable Energy Development Agnecy (HAREDA).

Shri Muttemwar further said that today instead of depending upon oil and coal we should promote renewable energy resources. He said that about 5000 trillion kw hours solar energy is available in our country, which can meet all the requirements of energy. The Minister called upon the people to own their responsibility to cooperate central as well as state government for meeting the targets of solar energy generation.

Talking about the long lasting results of use of solar equipments, the Minister said that they are not only environment friendly but their popularity would also help bringing down the prices of the equipment. He assured that the solar energy would be the cheapest mode in the times to come. He said that to tackle the challenge of global warming and ecological balance, we must promote the solar power generation. It is more important for the safeguard of the future generations. Shri Muttemwar said that youth should come forward to spread awareness about the importance of solar energy so that the common people could take interest for using the solar equipments. He also congratulated Haryana state for being number one in solar energy generation, as other states would also follow its footsteps.

Speaking on the occasion, Union Minister of State for Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation, Kum. Selja said that to bring India in the category of developed countries, it is essential to develop energy resources as it plays a pivotal role in country's growth. She said that in view of shortage of other popular energy resources, there is a need to tap the solar energy. She said that to popularize solar energy equipments, her Ministry has decided to construct environment-friendly 'Green Buildings', in which use of solar equipments would be mandatory. She also urged Haryana Government to adopt the concept of 'green buildings'. She advocated the use of pollution-free battery-operated vehicles, which do not need fuel and are environment-friendly. She also emphasized upon the need to generate bio-energy from the garbage and wastes. Underlining the necessity of nuclear energy for India, she said that it is important in view of making the country self-reliant in energy generation.



Shri Bhupinder Singh Hooda, Chief Minister, Haryana said that Haryana state is ahead in solar power generation and also giving incentives and subsidies to promote solar energy. He informed that to popularize the solar energy programmes among the rural areas, the state government is providing Akshay Urja Awards to the Panchayats for their efficient performance. He said that this year 24 lakh rupees are being given to different panchayats for their best performance. He also announced that Haryana Government will provide solar equipments to those girl students of 5th, 8th and 12th standards, who stand first. He said that this year the state government is giving awards of worth Rs. 3 crore in form of solar equipments to 19000 girl students in the state. He urged the Union Minister to involve the subject of Akshay Urja in the curriculum of 6th standard with a view to spread awareness among the young generation.



Shri Chander Mohan, Deputy Chief Minister of Haryana assured the Union Minister to meet the target of solar energy generation soon. Shri Deepak Gupta, Secretary, New & Renewable Energy, Government of India highlighted government's initiatives to promote solar power generation. Shri Ashok Lavasa, Financial Commissioner, Haryana Renewable Energy delivered the welcome address, whereas Smt. Sumita Misra, Director, HAREDA proposed the vote of thanks. Other dignitaries who attended the function include Shri Phool Chand Mulana, Haryana Congress President, Shri Mange Ram Gupta, Education Minister, Haryana and Smt. Meena Mandal, Minister of Haryana Government.



Earlier, Shri Muttemwar flagged- off Rajiv Gandhi Akshay Urja Marathon (men and women) and Akshay Urja Rally of school students from the Parade Ground Panchkula, in which about 4000 athletes from various parts of the country and 15000 school children took part. An Akshay Urja Pledge was also administered on the occasion. The Chief Guest also inaugurated an exhibition of solar equipments and battery operated vehicles at Inderdhanush Auditorium. Later, the Chief Guest alongwith the dignitaries distributed awards to the panchayats of three villages of Haryana. Prizes were also given to the winners of Rajiv Gandhi Half Marathon for men and women separately. The school students, who remained winners in the slogan writing and Akshay Urja painting contests were also awarded. A large number of Panchayat representatives from Haryana State also participated in the function.
Report: Kanchan Prasad Mandlaus, PIB Chandigarh via e-mail

Foundation of Shopping Complex at CDLU Campus laid

Foundation of Shopping Complex at CDLU Campus laid.
SIRSA NEWS
20 August, 2008
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Dr. K.C. BHARDWAJ, Vice chancellor, Ch. Devi Lal University on Monday laid the foundation stone of a Rs2crore shopping complex to be constructed at the University campus for the benefit of the students, Staff and the faculty members. He told that the shopping complex would house Stationary, Fruit, and Photostat, and other merchandise shops and a cafeteria. This complex shall also house, a Bank, Post office, Book shop, Health center and a Chemist shop. He told that the complex would also have a spacious Parking lot. Its construction would be completed within 8 months. University Spokesperson Mr. Amit Sangwan informed Sirsa News today.

Vijeta Chillana and Rakhi topped the MA JMC (Final) exam while Rakhi topped the MA-JMC (Previous Exam. Dr KC Bhardwaj and Chairperson Department of Journalism and Mass Communication Mr. Vireneder Chauhan felicitated the toppers as well as other meritorious students.Related NEWS can be read by logging on to: http://jansanchaar.in/university-news/646-2008-08-10-11-29-50.html

Saturday, August 23, 2008

Dr Ranjit Beniwal’s Eye Hospital


Dr Ranjit Beniwal’s Eye Hospital.
Dr. Beniwal meets press to showcase his hospital and its facilities.
SIRSA NEWS
20 August, 2008

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Tuesday, August 19, 2008

The Guiding Light- T.S. Mann

The Guiding Light- T.S. Mann
SIRSA NEWS
19 August, 2008


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On the 5th BARSI of Sardar T.S. Mann today click here to read about him.
More about Sardar TS Mann shall be posted soon.

Government assures early formation of HSGPC-Jhinda




Government assures early formation of HSGPC-Jhinda
SIRSA NEWS
18 August, 2008

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HARYANA SIKHS NOT TO BOW DOWN BY THREATS OF BADALS.
PROMISES- SIKH UNIVERSITY IN HARYANA ON FORMATION HSGPC
JAGDISH SINGH JHINDA, the President of the proposed separate Haryana Sikh body spearheading the campaign for the formation of a separate Sikh Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee for Haryana asserted that the Haryana Sikhs knew how to safeguard and protect their own as well as the interests of the Gurudwaras located in the state. While addressing media persons here today he alleged that political People like Prakash Singh Badal were uselessly meddling in the religious affairs of Haryana Sikhs who want to manage their own Gurudwaras and other attached institutions. He accused Badal of coercing the Haryana as well as the Union governments for not acceding to the genuine and legitimate demand of the Haryana Sikhs by raising the bogey and threatening the return of the dark ‘era’in Punjab and the country in case the demand for the formation of a Separate Gurudwara Parbandhak Committee for Haryana was formed. Jhinda claimed that Badal and people of his ilk were
not the true followers of Sikh gurus and their tenets as the first Guru Nanak Dev Ji had preached ‘Vand Khao Khand Khao’( distribute every thing amongst all) but are posing their nose only for their self aggrandizement. He alleged that for last 42 years since the formation of Haryana all the income generated through offerings in Haryana Gurudwaras was being carried away to Punjab where it was grossly misused. He further alleged that the present SGPC had not opened even a Single Teaching institurion like a Medical or dental College or taken care of the Gurudwaras etc. Jhinda said that the ongoing Haryana Sikh’s 37 day old relay Fast in front of the Ambala residence of the HPCC president Phool Chand Mullana was called off only after assurances were given by Mr. Mullana, Virender Singh political Advisor to chief Minister Hooda and Ambala MLA Davender Bansal for acceding to the demand of Haryana Sikhs for formation of a separate Gurudwara prabandhak Committee. He claimed that the trio had assured that a Bill in this connection would be brought in the forthcoming session of the Haryana Assembly. He further asserted that the Haryana Sikhs undeterred by the threats of Prakash Singh Badal like people would continue their peaceful agitation till discrimination against them was stopped and their genuine and legitimate demand was full filled.
Report: Dr. OP Bansal with inputs form GS Mann

Sunday, August 17, 2008

Jansanchaar Samachar Sewa when TV Blacks Out

Jansanchaar SMS News When TV blacks out!
SIRSA NEWS
17 August, 2008

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When the major Cable TV Operator of Sirsa, City Cable’s Head End Unit was gutted in a massive fire recently, a substantial chunk of TV viewers who solely depended on the services of this cable network were deprived of TV signals. The Newly started SMS News service of department of Journalism & Mass Communication of CDLU came to the rescue of NEWS hungry citizens, keeping abreast with latest National & Local NEWS headlines. This SMS service by the name of SAMACHAAR is an initiative taken by the dynamic chairperson of the department Mr. Virender Chauhan. With the AM radios already extinct, and the terrestrial TV antennas missing from the roof tops, people were left only with the SMS News from CDLU before next day’s news paper.

Mr. Chauhan is always brimming with newer concepts and ideas that he does not keep confined to the closets of his mind, but instead give them practically shape at any available opportunity. Before this SMS service Mr. Chauhan had already set up a NEWS portal for the JMC department by the name of jansanchaar (Visit: http://jansanchaar.in/index.php) (or for Related News & Video Click here), which he aptly calls online lab for the students for on-hands training. Four Light Emitting Diode (LED) Display NEWS Tickers that flash the latest news were also setup at the University Teaching Deptt. building. Another feather in cap is the in-house publication of Lab Journal. <(Click for related news)

The next venture of the CDLU-JMC department in waiting is the FM Community radio which is in the pipeline. With no FM signals around Sirsa people are looking forward already even for the test signals by trying to tune around 90 MHz signals. Mr. Chauhan told Sirsa News that he gets full cooperation from the Vice Chancellor of CDLU, Dr. KC Bhardwaj and from Haryana Government under the leadership of Sh. Bhupinder Singh Hooda, as CM Haryana Mr. Hooda has made imparting quality education to Haryana a top priority. To Watch CM at CDLU Video Click Here

Saturday, August 16, 2008

INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATED WITH PATRIOTIC FERVOUR

62nd Independence Day Celebrated with patriotic fervour
SIRSA NEWS
15 August, 2008

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INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATED WITH PATRIOTIC FERVOUR

THE 62ND Independence Day was celebrated here with great enthusiasm and patriotic fervour at several functions at different places in the district. The main function was held at the local Shaheed Bhagat Singh Stadium where Mange Ram Gupta, Haryana Education and Transport Minister unfurled the National Flag. While addressing a huge gathering comprising politicians, Freedom fighters, students, academics and people from all walks of life he exhorted the people especially the youth to carry forward the legacy of all those known or unknown freedom fighters who made supreme sacrifices to shatter the shackles of alien rule from our motherland. He cautioned the people to be vigilant about the conspiracies being hatched by some of the disruptive forces to divide the country on the basis of religion, language and other parochial considerations. He claimed that the Congress Government in the state has already committed to make Haryana a number one state in every sphere of development and welfare of the people. He claimed that the state under the able guidance of Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda was marching ahead at a rapid pace to achieve its goal. On the occasion some freedom fighters and social activists were honoured. A cultural program was also organized in which students of various schools and colleges regaled the audience.
Report: OP Bansal & GS Mann

Friday, August 15, 2008

Saugat-Shiv Shakti Blood Donation Camp






Saugaat-Shiv Shakti Blood Donation Camp
SIRSA NEWS
14 August, 2008

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A Blood Donation camp by the NGO Saugat & Shiv Shakti Blood Bank was recently held at village Nazia where more than 2 dozen units of blood was collected in the form of donations, Mr. Lalit Kumar informed Sirsa NEWS that ADC Mr. Yudbir Singh Khayalia, Prof. (Mrs) Kiran Khyalia, Dr. Ved Beniwal, Ms Neelam and other prominent motivators form Saugat and Shiv Shakti Rakt Data Samiti were present at the function. The school children as well villagers were made aware about the importance of blood donation on this occasion.

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

City Cable Head End Unit gutted in massive Fire

City Cable Head End Unit gutted in massive Fire.
Sikhs Court Arrested and released later in Sirsa.
VHP BJP Chakka passes off peacefully.
Independence Day dress rehearsal.
Ch Ranjeet Singh Deputy Charman Planning Board at Rania.











SIRSA NEWS
13 August, 2008
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City Cable Head End Unit gutted in massive Fire
Sikhs Court Arrested and released later in Sirsa
VHP BJP Chakka passes off peacefully
Independence Day dress rehearsal

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Digvijay announces international cricket matches from 6th Sept.




Digvijay announces international cricket matches at JCDV from 6th September

SIRSA NEWS
12 August, 2008

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Mr. Digvijay Singh Chautala chairman JCD-National Cricket Academy addressing a press conference at JCDV said that the academy is readying itself to hold international 20-twenty, cricket matches from September 6th, 2008, Ch Om Parkash Chautala shall inaugurate this while Pakistan’s cricketer Wakar Yunus shall be the special guest at the inauguration. Dr. Kuldeep Dhindsa DG JCDV, Dr. Jaiparkash were present at the press conference.

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Monday, August 11, 2008

Bajaj Edutech-Hero Mindmine Inaugurated by LD Arora


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Bajaj Edutech-Hero Mindmine Inaugurated by LD Arora
SIRSA NEWS
10 August, 2008
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Minister for Industries Haryana, Mr. LD Arora today inaugurated Sirsa Center of Hero Mindmine a company from the stable of Hero Group of Companies. Hero mindmines’ Sirsa center shall be run by Bajaj Edutech to be headed by young and energetic team of Mr. Gagan Bajaj.

Mr. Vishnu Dev regional manager of the company told Sirsa News that Hero Mindmine is part of the USD 4.2 billion Hero Group, Hero Mindmine Institute (HMIL) is respected as India’s Largest Training, Human Capacity Building and HR Consulting Organization, providing Training & Development Services to Multinational Corporations, Indian Blue Chip Companies and the Government. We have trained over 2 lac professionals for the Indian and global industry in the last half a decade.


HMIL was established in the year 2000, with a vision to provide learning solutions to corporations and professionals to succeed and enhance performance. Since then we have grown; with a largest country wide network of offices and learning centers with more than 200 of them dotting almost 150 Indian towns and cities and a dedicated team of several hundred professionals.

Our unrelenting passion and ingenious approach has helped us to bring forward best practices. Relaying on this, we have forged global alliances and partnered with a reputed Indian training organization with decades of experience.

Our client list includes giants like IBM, American Express, Bharati Telecom, Convergys and a hundred other reputed organizations. We were the first in the country to launch state-of-the-art BPO training five years back and now, we are all set to introduce International Certifications for BPO professionals for the first time in India.

Mr. Gagan Bajaj the center head at Sirsa said that his choice of tie up with Hero Mindmine was based on the fact that the company has largest number of training centers in India and its record of imparting quality training and added advantage of Hero Group’s own over dozen sister concerns where the Mindmine trained persons might get their first placement.
Hero Mindmine Sirsa center shall train the students for IELTS & Spoken English, BPOs, Retail Business Management, Call Centers and other management streams. The emphasis of training shall be on placements. Bajaj family is already managing Guru Nanak Academy Abholi, Pogo World Play School etc. he said.

Mr. V. Umashankar, DC Sirsa, Dr. Kuldeep Dhindsa DG-JCDV, SE (PWD canals & irrigation) Mr. Ganda, Dr PR Kayasath CMO, XEN DHBVNL Mr. Gaba, Mr. Virender Chauhan, Mr. Surender Bhatia, Inder Mohan Sharma, Baljeet Singh, Vineet Chabra, Mahbir Godara, Dr. Rajender Sra, Mr. Sanjeev Kalra, Dr. Avtar Singh, Sh KL Narula, Mr. O.P. Makker, Dr. Ashok Sama, Dr. Mohar Singh, Heera Lal Sharma, Pawan Dingwala, Aswini Bathala, Udesh Gupta, Bhupesh Mehta and several from media and other prominent persons were present at the opening ceremony. Mr. Shyam Bajaj, Mr. Gulshan Bajaj & Mr. Subhash Bajaj thanked the guests.

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Saturday, August 09, 2008

SIRSA TOWN FLOODED-Road Show of a different Kind!








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SIRSA TOWN FLOODED = Road Show of a different Kind!
SIRSA NEWS
08 August, 2008


Also see earlier posts of Rain Havoc in SIRSA dating back to 2006, nothing seems to have changed, whatever the administration claims to have done is all denied by these pictures.(view earlier pictures and compare with the latest one! A video is also there) To further the chaos all the city roads are now doted with potholes some are as deep as 2 feet, open and broken manholes are earmarked by citizens to prevent persons and vehicles falling into them.

Click on Earlier Posts worth visiting:
http://sirsanews.blogspot.com/2006/03/rain-rain-go-away_14.html
http://sirsanews.blogspot.com/2006/03/hail-storm-and-rain-make-havoc.html
http://sirsanews.blogspot.com/2006/07/first-monsoon-rain-brings-cheers-and.html
http://sirsanews.blogspot.com/2006/07/sirsa-becomes-unlivable-with-another.html
http://sirsanews.blogspot.com/2007/02/rain-cheers-farmers.html
http://sirsanews.blogspot.com/2008/06/monsoon-is-here-cheers-farmers-city.html

All tall claims of the district administration regarding its preparedness to control storm water stood fully exposed when 2 hours of rain today left Sirsa town badly flooded. Vehicular traffic on various roads came to a halt and many scooters and motorcycles went out of order. In some of the localities like Hisaria Bazaar, PNB street, B –Block etc. rainwater entered houses and shops by regurgitation through the Sewers. Most of the bazaars are still from under Knee deep to hip deep of water even after several hours of the cessation of the rains. The worst hit areas are: B-Block including the CMK college road, GRG school road, Hisar road, Shiv chowk, Inderpuri Mohalla, Govt. Senior School road, Anaj Msndi, Surat garhia Bazar, Ghanta Ghar chowk, Agarsain Mohalla, old court road, Gol diggi chowk and Kirtinagar Mohalla etc, where the residents remained confined to their houses.

WALL COLLAPSES, GIRL KILLED.

A SMALL girl named Pooja (5) was reportedly buried under the debris when a wall of her house in village Mehna Khera under Dabwali Sadar Police station suddenly collapsed due to rains on Thursday. The reports said that the victim had out of her house for some work during rains when the wall collapsed. The victim died on the spot without any medical aid. On getting information Tehsildar Dabwali rushed to the spot to assess the situation. On the request of the village Panchayat the body was handed over to her kin for last rites without autopsy.

BINDU CHAUDHRY STANDS FIRST IN THE LL.B II EXAM.

Bindu Chaudhary and Ashish Khurana stood first and second in 2nd year LL.B examination conducted by the CDLU this year by securing 1111 and 1050 marks out of 1800 respectively. Both have attributed their success to their teachers and guardians.

SIKHS DEMAND BAN ON THE DERA SACHA SAUDA DAILY ‘SACH KAHOON’ HARMINDER SINGH’s BROTHER REJECTS EX.GRATIA GRANT OF Rs. 2 LAKH OFFERED BY HARYANA GOVERNMENT.

AT A meeting of Sikh leaders held under the president ship of Baghel Singh in Gurudwara Wishvkarma in Dabwali on Thursday which was attended among others by SGPC members Jagdev Singh Shivraj Singh, Balkaran Singh, Gurjit Singha and Santokh Singh Rahi, the Haryana government was criticized for its failure to arrest the alleged killers of a Sikh youth Harmiander Singh on July 18 during the Dera followers and Sikh clashes. Baghel Singh demanded an immediate ban on the Dera Sacha Sauda daily ‘Sach Kahoon’ for allegedly propagating hatred among various sections of society and vitiating the peaceful atmosphere in the region. On the occasion a brother of the killed youth rejected the offer of ex. gratia of Rs. 2 lakhs made by the Haryana Government and instead demanded immediate arrest of his brother’s killers.
Reports: Dr OP Bansal & GS Mann

Tuesday, August 05, 2008

Vineet Garg of Sirsa, several from Tohana die in Naina Devi Stampede



Vineet Garg of Sirsa, several from Tohana die in Naina Devi Stampede.
SIRSA NEWS
05 August, 2008

All pictures can be clicked to enlarge or right click to open link in new window. Tohana Pictures: Nakul Jasuja.

Vineet Garg a student of Dashmesh Sr. Sec School, Village Chormaar Sahib Sirsa, several from Tohana die in Naina Devi Stampede.

The school authorities mourned the death of Vineet and closed the school for a day.

Scores of people of Tohana town part of Sirsa Parliamentary constituency, which lost 10 people of this region in stampede at the Naina Devi temple in Himachal Pradesh, gathered at the cremation ground to pay their homage to the victims.

Ten people of Tohana town, identified as Mamta, Mahendro, Puja, Deepak, Santosh, Rani, Birbal, Surender, Vicky and Sapna etc. lost their lives in the tragic incident. The shops & markets remained closed on 4th to mourn the deaths.

Deputy Commissioner Fatehabad, Mr. OP Sheoran was also present at the cremation ground. 15 persons of Fatehabad District were killed in Naina Devi Temple stampede.

As many as 32 people of Haryana lost their lives in the tragedy.

Sunday, August 03, 2008

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Pictorial NEWS up to 03rd August.
SIRSA NEWS
03 August, 2008

All pictures can be clicked to enlarge or right click to open link in new window. Pictures: Amit Soni, G.S. Mann & associates Pictures soon............
Voter Cards
DC SP address Sarpanches
Ch Ranjeet Singh
Road Jam at Pohrkaan Village against Power Shortage
Crops in Good Shape
Mohit Sharma of Dabwali etc.