Friday, October 24, 2008

SIRSA NEWS, PTI, The Tribune Photojournalist, Amit Soni Bereaved



SIRSA NEWS, PTI, The Tribune Photojournalist, Amit Soni Bereaved
SIRSA NEWS
24 October, 2008
SIRSA
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SIRSA-NEWS, PTI & The Tribune, Photo-journalist, Amit Soni bereaved, his mother, Mrs. Pushpa Devi, left for heavenly abode, last night after prolonged illness.

Mrs. Pushpa Devi is survived by her husband Sh. Neki Ram Soni, two sons and a daughter and their extended families.

SIRSA NEWS prays for the departed soul to rest in peace.



Upcoming NEWS: KUK Zonal Youth Festival at CMK Girls College Concludes.
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Wednesday, October 22, 2008

City Bus Service Launched

City Bus Service Launched by Deputy Commissioner Sirsa, Mr. V. Umashankar, and other NEWS Briefly up to 22 October.
SIRSA NEWS
22 October, 2008
SIRSA, Rania & Ellenabad
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City Bus Service Launched by Deputy Commissioner Sirsa, Mr. V. Umashankar, and other NEWS Briefly up to 22 October.
SIRSA NEWS
22 October, 2008
SIRSA, Rania & Ellenabad

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NEWS Captions Soon

Friday, October 17, 2008

Maharaj Bir Singh Namdhari left for Heavenly Abode



Maharaj Bir Singh ji Namdhari left for Heavenly Abode
SIRSA NEWS
17 October, 2008

Bhaini Sahib (Ludhiana)
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Maharaj Bir Singh ji Namdhari, younger brother of Chief of Namdhari sect Satguru Jagjeet Singh, left for heavenly abode in the wee hours of 11th October, following a cardiac arrest. He breathed his last at Namdhari Apollo hospitals, Ludhiana.
He is breaved by his widow, Bebe Dalip Kaur, and two sons Thakur Dalip Singh and Th. Uday Singh.
His funeral was held on 12th October, at Village Bhaini Sahib following his Bhog and Antim Ardas was also held at Village Bhaini Sahib on 15th October. The Bhog was attended by a large number of Namdhari Sikhs as well people from other faiths and communities, as the Maharaj was a popular entity across religions faiths and communities, besides the followers of Namdhari faith.
A keen classical musician (he played, Dhrupad, Pakhawaj & Sarod), a flier (pilot), hockey enthusiast and a philanthropist apart from being a religious preacher made him immensely popular throughout India as well as abroad. Those who came in touch with him cherish his memories. People from other faiths also, fondly addressed him as Maharaj ji
His both sons are no less talented, while Thakur Dalip Singh is a renowned lens-man, have pursued photography as his favorite hobby, he has a website showcasing some of his works of photography (Click here to visit his Photography Site) the younger son of Maharaj ji, Thakur Uday Singh was a hockey enthusiast, when he was a teenager, making many goals at the hockey court later he turned to become a big shot in the seeds business, by the name of Namdhari Seeds with its headquarters at Bangalore. (visit Namdhari Seeds Website here)
Bebe Dalip Kaur had been dedicatedly taking care of Langar and other Sewa work at Dera Sri Jeevan Nagar since last about a decade or so as Mahraj Bir Singh was not keeping well on the health front.

Click here to Watch Video of Maharaj Bir Singh ji at playing at a Music concert

Video Courtesy: Bhai Baldeep
More.....inputs (videos and pictures also if available) soon, keep revisiting this post.

Monday, October 13, 2008

Briefly up to 11 October


Breach in Minor destroys crops ready for harvesting.


SHO Mr. Amit Beniwal, using a Breath Analyzer to test the alcohol percentage (if any) in the breath of a driver.



Red Cross Mobile Medicine Shop dispersing medicine to patients in wake of the Chemists Strike. However the Chemists Strike came to an end this Saturday to the relief of suffering patients.




Roller Skaters being felicitated.



Birthday of Big B Celebrated.


Lions Club Sirsa-Shiv Shakti Blood Bank, Blood Donation Camp




CMK College Principal, Mrs. Vijaya Tomar briefing about the on coming zonal youth festival to be held at College Campus this October.





Briefly up to 11 October
SIRSA NEWS
12 October, 2008
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Thursday, October 09, 2008

Stir of Chemists unabated





Stir of Chemists unabated
Strike enters into 4th Day.
Resentment amongst patients upon not getting medicine.
SIRSA NEWS
09 October, 2008
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As the Sirsa Chemists strike entered its 4th day today, following a row with the Drug Control officers who raided and sealed the shops of 7 Sirsa based chemists, the Health services were badly affected and the patients were seen running from pillar to post for procuring emergency and life saving drugs. Only those chemists who have opened their shops within the premises of Private Nursing Homes were open and there were reports that they were charging exorbitant rates for even the common medicines. The stand off between the Sirsa Chemists and the Drug Control officials took a new turn on Tuesday when Madan Lal Bajaj the president of the Sirsa Chemists and Druggists Association forcibly broke open the seal of his own chemists shop which was sealed on Monday by a team of Drug control officials. It may be recalled that following numerous complaints that the Sirsa chemists were indulging in storing and selling spurious and addictive narcotic drugs to the gullible people a 15 member team of the Drug control Department had on Monday raided chemist shops at Sirsa and had sealed 2 drugs godowns and 7 shops. During the process some of the members of the team were not only manhandled and criminally intimidated but were also prevented from performing their official work and a criminal case was registered against some of the chemists. The city police on Monday on the basis of a complaint filed by Drugs Inspector Rajneesh Kumar registered another criminal case under sections 201,206,434 and 380 of the IPC against Madan Lal Bajaj for forcibly breaking the seals of his shop and also for stealing some medicines and documents from the shop. The Drug Control on getting information that Bajaj had broken the seal of his shop re-raided his shop and re-sealed his shop. brother Pawan Bajaj has been arrested. Meanwhile the Police arrested one of the Chemists named Pawan Kumar Bajaj who was later sent to Judicial custody for 14 days by a court on Tuesday.
Chemists shops remained closed in Kalanwali, Ellenabad and Dabwali as well to express solidarity with the Sirsa chemists.

Report Dr. OP Bansal with inputs from GS Mann

Havan at City Police Station Sirsa on Navmi

Ajay Sharma, SHO, With A Difference-Havan at City Police Station on Navmi
76th Air Force Day Celebrated at Air Force Station Sirsa
SIRSA NEWS
08 October, 2008

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Recently posted SHO at City Police Station Sirsa, Mr. Ajay Sharma, is a cop of different kind. By conducting a HAVAN on the auspicious day of Navami, where he invited people from all religions and all walks of life, he has set an example that Police Stations (Thanas) can also have a Human Face.
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Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Two new websites for Sirsa

Two new websites for Sirsa
SIRSA NEWS
07 October, 2008
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Web designer Girish Goyal has informed about the launch of two new websites about medicos of Sirsa, both these websites have been designed by Mr. Girish Goyal. SirsaNews wishes him success in his website business, with newer launches of websites about organizations of this city, Sirsa shall have greater presence on the web. These websites shall be reviewed subject to approval of the author, along with that many existing websites about Sirsa shall find a mention.
The two websites are as below:
http://www.ppasirsa.org/
http://www.sangwannursinghome.com/
The website of the designer of these websites is:
http://www.pacificwebzone.com
The first one is of PPA (Private Practitioners Association) an association of qualified doctors who are in private practice. and the second one is of Dr. Sangwan's, Famous Sangwan Nursing Home.
Mean while readers must be getting in touch with Sirsa via SirsaNews websites:
www.sirsanews.com
www.youtube.com/user/sirsanews Video News of Sirsa
www.sirsanews.blogspot.com

Gurmat Training Camp-II, in Context of Tercentenary Gurta Gaddi at Chormaar Sahib




Gurmat Training Camp-II, in Context of Tercentenary Gurta Gaddi at Chormaar Sahib.
SIRSA NEWS
06 October, 2008
CHORMAAR KHERA
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Sunday, October 05, 2008

Railway Over Bridge Foundation Stone Unveiled by CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda






Railway Over Bridge Foundation Stone (ROB) Unveiled by CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda.
SIRSA NEWS
05 October, 2008
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Rs 35 Crore, ROB shall be completed in 18 Months.
The speculation is over as the much awaited Railway Over Bridge (ROB) over the railway crossing on NH10 passing through the heart of city Sirsa got a green signal today as CM Haryana Bhupinder Singh Hooda unveiled the foundation stone of the ROB near Surkhab Tourist Complex today.
He was flanked by Ch Ranjeet Singh Deputy Chairman Planning Board and S. Atma Singh Gill MP.
Deputy Commissioner Sirsa, Mr. V. Umashankar took personal interest and was instrumental in getting this important project cleared from various administrative, technical, legal and social hurdles that occurred in past several months which made the project talk of the town.
CM Haryana also laid foundation stone at Begu Road, of sewage disposal works worth aprox. Rs 4 crores to be built at village Natar. Later on CM took a press conference at Congress Bhawan, Sirsa and also participated in Maharaja Aggarsain Sammelan function held at Maharaja Aggarsain School Campus in context of ongoing Maharaja Aggarsain Jayanti celebrations.

Saturday, October 04, 2008

Randeep Surjewala announces sops at Ellenabad Rally


Randeep Surjewala announces sops at Ellenabad Rally
SIRSA NEWS
04 October, 2008
ELLENABAD
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Mr. Randeep Singh Surjewala, Minister for Power and Public Health Haryana while addressing 'Kisan Mazdoor Pragti Rally' under the sheds of Anaj Mandi Ellenabad, announced sops worth more than Rs300 Crore for Distt Sirsa today. The rally was held under the banner of All India Kisan Khet Mazdoor Congress headed by Mr. Samsher Singh Surjewala.
Aneel Khod a young congress leader, who is son of Ex. MLA Ch. Lal Chand Khod, organised the rally. Mr Bhupesh Mehta, Ch. Lal Chand Khod, Ranbir Rana, Ranjeet Kang, Dilbaag Singh Narwana, Perhlaad Singh Gillankhera, Kuldeep Gadrana, Rajender Beniwal, Hoshiari Lal Sharma, Yashpal Chabbra, Karnail Singh etc. were also present at the rally. Ch Jagdish Nehra & Ch Smasher Singh Surjewala also addressed the rally.
A silver plough was presented to Shamsher Singh Surjewala and a silver 'MUKAT' crown was given to Randeep Singh Surjewala. Mr. Anil Khod while addressing the rally said that Ellenabad was situated at the remotes corner of Haryana, thus it was always ignored.
Mr. Randeep Singh Surjewala assured Mr Anil Khod and the audience that not only Ellenabad but whole of Sirsa shall not be ignored rather it shall get priority in all development programs, in fact today he is here to announce many of the development projects of Public Health Department and Electricity department for this very region. The minister said he had brought budgetary allocations for Ellenabad town, Rania town and several villages of this area to meet the long standing demands of this area.
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Friday, October 03, 2008

Aggarsain Jaynti to be celebrated in a big way-Bajrang Das Garg





Aggarsain Jaynti to be celebrated in a big way-Bajrang Das Garg
SIRSA NEWS
03 October, 2008
SIRSA
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The Forth coming Aggarsain Jayanti on 5th October shall be a big event for the Aggarwal Samaj, Mr Bhupinder Singh Hooda CM Haryana shall be participating in the celebrations. The day is expected to also fulfill the long awaited demand of Railway Over Bridge (ROB) over the railway crossing on NH10 passing through the heart of city Sirsa, as CM haryana might lay the foundation stone of ROB on Aggarsain Jayanti. Along with it during his forthcoming tour on October 05 at Sirsa, the Haryana chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda. Bajrang Dass Garg the chairman of the CONFED while addressing media persons here today said that the total cost of construction of the Bridge would be around Rs. 36 crores, half of which would be borne by the Haryana Govt. and the remaining half would be spent by Union Govt. Garg also disclosed that on the same day Hooda would also lay the foundation of a Rs. 3.80 crores Sewerage Disposal plant in village Natar near Sirsa city.