30 November, 2008
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Captain Sachin Bhatia Cremated with Full Military and Civil Honours
29 November, 2008
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THE MORTAL remains of Captain Sachin Bhatia who was killed when his Army helicopter co piloted by him met with a mishap and fell into a river Ram Ganga near Bareilly on Wednesday, were consigned to flames in the local Shivpuri Cremation grounds yesterday with full Civil and Military honours. Thousands of people belonging to cross section of society attended the funeral procession. Group captain Air Commander GS. Bedi from the local Air Force Station. placed a wreath on his body on behalf of Air Force, Dr, KV. Singh OSD to Haryana Chief Minister and Deputy Commissioner SK. Goyal placed wreaths on behalf of State Government. A contingent of Army, (82 Armed 10 Mech Dn.) fired 3 rounds in the air near his pyre to pay homage.The cortege was escorted by the local police led by SHO Ajay Sharma. His body in a casket wrapped in Tri-Colour arrived in the cremation grounds at 10.30 am. His in consoling family members including his mother and a large number of women were also present. Sachin’s younger brother lit the pyre. Major K. Dubey who along with Subedar Major Ved Prakash accompanied the coffin from Bareilly later while talking to news men said that Sachin along with Major K. Singh was on a TRAINING SORTY when the unfortunate mishap occurred. He said that the exact cause of death was still unknown as his post-mortem report was not yet received.
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HUJ Sirsa Members Visit Indo International Trade Fair (IITF) on Nov 26th
27 November, 2008
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Cultural Program at CMK Girls College
Convocation at Govt National PG College
Minister also takes meeting of Grievances Committee.
25 November, 2008
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Mr. Mange Ram Gupta, Minister for Education and Transport Haryana, attends a cultural program held at CMK National Girls PG College and announced Rs5lac grant to the college.
Mr. Mange Ram Gupta, Minister for Education and Transport Haryana, at Convocation held at Govt. National PG College Sirsa
At Grievances committee Minister instructs officials to be present at Grievances Committee meetings so that complaints may be dealt with on the spot. Also listens to AISF student leader Mr. Roshan Suchan and takes a memorandum on behalf of AISF.
Broadband and Lindline Failure in BSNL C -Block Exchange, No New NEWS till restoration.
21 November, 2008
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Mr Raj K Sirohi one of the ex-colleagues of Mr Hooda was warmly hugged by the MP and recalled their days together at Reliance. DPRO Satish Mehra
Dr Gulab Singh Patron and G.S. Mann Distt President Electronic News Media Association Sirsa respectively were also present at the seminar.
FISSIPAROUS ELEMENTS IN THE COUNTRY SHOULD BE CURBED….DEEPENDER HOODA.
IN ORDER to save the country from disintegration the activities of all the fissiparous elements including the Religious chauvinists and advocating parochialism should be restrained. This was stated by Deepender Singh Hooda MP son of Haryana Chief Minister BS. Hooda, while speaking at a Seminar on the Challenges before the Media in the prevailing context in the country organized by the District Sirsa branch of the Haryana Union of Journalists (HUJ) here today. He said that he also belonged to family of journalists as his grand father during the freedom struggle was also printing and publishing his own tabloid, adding that he was aware of some of the difficulties being faced by them. He announced a sum of Rs. 5 lakhs for the the HUJ, and also agreed to use his good offices in getting some old demands of the Haryana Journalists fulfilled. Others who also spoke on the occasion Haryana Industries Minister LD. Arora, Atma Singh Gill MP(Sirsa), Senior
Journalists Bhupinder Dharmani and Baljeet Singh, the president and General Secretary of HUJ, Haryana State. Among others who were present were Sajay Chhokar, the president of Haryana Youth Congress, District Congress president H.L. Sharma and Pawan Dingwala the president of Sirsa Municipal Council.
Report: GS Mann with inputs from Dr OP Bansal.
Budding Journos interact with Field Journalists at CDLU, Department of Journalism and Mass Comm. Seminar on National Press Day
18 November, 2008
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DGP John V. George Participates in Inaugural Ardas at the opening of Gurdwara Sahib at Distt Jail Sirsa.
14 November, 2008
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Dr. John V. George Director General Prisons (Haryana) participated in the Inaugural Ardas at the opening of Gurdwara Ichapurni inside Distt. Jail Sirsa yesterday.
Superintendent of Jail Mr. J.S. Sethi HPS, told Sirsa NEWS that the Gurdwara has been build by the efforts and funds raised by the inmates and their relatives was also constructed by the inmates themselves, this including all the masonry carpentry and plumbing works. A Mandir, Brahmkumaris Ashram and a Pir Baba Dargah already exist at the Jail premises.
Mr Amitabh Dhillon IPS SP Sirsa, Mr. L.S. Jaakhar, Supdt. Central Jail Bhatinda, Mrs. Shashi Ahlawat Supdt. Central Jail Hisar, Mr Sanjeev Kalra lecturer GPW, Mr. Lalit Jain of Jaidev Sahdev, Mr. Sukhwinder Singh of Sarv Siksha Abhiyaan Mr. Sher Singh Mallewala, Mr. Sukhwinder Singh Khalsa of Guru Granth Sahib Satkar Sabha, Sant Gurmeet Singh Tilokewale, Mr. Surinder Singh Vaidwala, Mr. Sanjeev Patter Deputy Supdt. Jail, DPRO Mr. Satish Mehra, Mr. Bhupesh Mehta, Dr. Subhash Narula and several social workers from city were also present at the occassion.
Fatal Road Accidents take 10 lives on NH10 between Sikanderpur and Moriwala and few other NEWS
11 November, 2008
Sirsa Ellenabad Dabwali and surroundings.
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2 KILLED, 10 INJURED IN TATA SUMMO- ROADWAY BUS HEADON COLLISION.
2 PERSONS WERE killed and 10 others were seriously injured in a headon collusion between a Tata Sumo and a Haryana Roadways Bus near village Moriwala on National Highway about 22 kms from here today. According to sources the ill-fated Summo was heading towards Hansi and the Bus was on its way to Sirsa when the mishap occurred. A passenger in the Tata Summo’s driver Khazan Chand and Darshana Devi a resident of local Rania gate who was traveling in it died on the spot. All the injured were admitted to the local Civil Hospital. The Ding police of the district are investigating.
8 KILLED, 5 INJURED TRACTOR-TRUCK COLLISION.
IN A heart rending road mishap 8 persons were killed and 5 others were grievously injured when the Tractor trailer they were traveling in was hit by a speeding Truck near village Moriwala on National Highway No. 10 on Sunday late afternoon when they were returning after participating in a religious function at village Sikanderpur. On getting information ADC YS. Khialia, SDM Harish Bhatia and DSP Dr. Dheeraj Setia accompanied by Traffic Police rushed to the spot to assist and supervise the rescue and relief work. All the injured including Des Raj and Ladha Ram etc. were shifted to the local Civil Hospital. Accordng to police sources some of the victims including Rampiari (40), Rita (18), Kaka (16),Soma rani (17), Sunita (18) and Amandeep Kaur (13) died on the spot. One of most critically injured died on way to Rohtak.
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