Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Media interface with CG Rajini Kaanthan IAS New Deputy Commissioner of Sirsa


Media interface with CG Rajini Kaanthan IAS New Deputy Commissioner of Sirsa.

SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )

29 June, 2010

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Monday, June 28, 2010

HSGPC demands extension of last date for SGPC Voter registration



HSGPC demands extension of last date for SGPC Voter registration.

Delegation of BKO Association Sirsa also meets DC Sirsa

SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )

28 June, 2010

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A delegation of Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (HSGPC) led by Jathedar Jagdev Singh Mattdadu, S. Swarn Singh Wirk, Master Sampooran Singh Rania, Jagseer Singh (Jagga) MC Kalanwali, Savinder Singh etc. met ADC Sirsa Ms Pankaj Chaudahry to demand the following.

• Extending last date for applications for SGPC Voter registration.

• Elimination of anomalies in the above process.

• Elimination of anomalies in the election process of SGPC.

The last date of applying for new votes for Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committtee (SGPC) is 15th July, the same may kindly be extended at least by one month, as scores of aspirant applicants, especially in the rural areas wont be able to avail this opportunity, as they were earlier preoccupied with Panchayati Raj Elections, and now with the farm operations related to transplantation of Paddy. The date may kindly be extended till 15th September, 2010.

Further there is a big shortage of application forms for SGPC voter registration; the same may be made available. The Patwaris associated with the process of receiving the application forms are also giving a cold shoulder to the process and are often unnecessarily complicating the procedure, they be instructed to cooperate.

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The delegation, also apprised the officer, that in the forthcoming election of SGPC, the elections be conducted on the pattern of Panchayat Elections or General Elections. The number of Polling booths for Panchayat elections/General Elections is at least at Village level, but in SGPC the number of polling booths is far less than these and often several Kilometers away from the residence of the voter, thus depriving him of the opportunity of exercising his franchise. This time there should be as many booths as possible for the SGPC elections for the convenience of the Sikh Voters. A memorandum regarding the above addressed to DC Sirsa was presented to ADC Sirsa, as the Deputy Commissioner was too busy to give an appointment after meeting BKO Association SIRSA.

Farm labour beaten to death

Farm labour beaten to death.

SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )

27 June, 2010

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A FARM labourer identified as Mahavir a resident of village Dhanasar (Rajasthan) who was engaged by some land lord in village Bakarianwali falling under Chopta police station of Sirsa district was beaten to death by Six persons in the wee hours today. The police have registered a murder case under sections 302,148,149 and 201 of the IPC against all the accused named Partap and Mani Ram both sons of Ram lal, Rajoo and Satbir both sons of Partap all residents of village Bakarianwali, Kaloo a resident of Lalana (Nohar, Rajasthan) and Surjeet son of Sohan lal a resident of village MadhoSinghana(Sirsa) on the basis of a complaint lodged by deceased’s son Rakesh and have started investigations to nab the culprits who are absconding. In his complaint Rakesh alleged that only a few days ago there were verbal exchanges between the accused and the victim and that last night when he and his father (victim) were busy watering their fields the accused armed with lathis etc came and attacked upon his father and killed him on the spot. Later the accused dragged his body and dumped it in the village Pond and fled from the scene. The body of the accused was brought to the local Civil Hospital for autopsy after which it would be handed to his kin.

Report: Dr. OP Bansal

Fire in Distt. Courts Bar Room Causes losses worth lacs.

Fire in Distt. Courts Bar Room Causes losses worth lacs.

SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )

26 June, 2010

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A FIRE that broke out in the office of the local Distrtict Bar room situated in the mini-secretariat premises today caused heavy losses amounting to about Rs20lacs. As soon as the Fire was noticed around 10 am the Fire Brigade was informed and immediately 4 fire tenders arrived and with a great difficulty extinguished the fire as there was no proper approach to the Bar room due to practically no direct passage. SHO Mauji Ram arrived on the spot to assist and supervise the rescue operations. Vijay Bansal Advocate the president of the district Bar Association told that the ceiling and furniture in the Lady Bar room suffered heavy losses as practically all furniture and other fittings were reduced to ashes. He said that luckily the library which contains price-less books was saved. The cause of the fire was said to be some short circuit.

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Haryana Brick Kiln Owners Decide to Close Kilns


Haryana Brick Kiln Owners Decide to Close Kilns.

SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )

24 June, 2010

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HARYANA BRICK KILN OWNERS DECIDE TO CLOSE KILNS. SALES TAX DEPT.

CAUSING HEAVY LOSSES TO HARYANA EXCHEQUER

The district Sirsa Brick kiln owners association has decided to support and join the Haryana Brick owners Association’s decision to close their ‘Bhattas’ for an indefinite period in protest against what they allege the step motherly treatment at the hands of the concerned Haryana Govt. officials especially the Sales Department as well as the menace created by the “Lal Jhanda Bhatta Mazdoor Unions which are not only exploiting the poor Batta labourers but also creating all sort of obstacles in the functioning of the brick kilns. This was stated by Bhim Jhuntra the president of the District Sirsa brick kiln Association while addressing media persons here yesterday. He said that it was unanimously decided by the Haryana state BKO Association in its meeting held at Sonepat on 9.5.2010 that all the Bhattas in the state would stop functioning from the next seasons till the state Govt. comes to their rescue and saves them from the day to day difficulties being faced by the BKOs ( Brick kiln owners) He alleged that the worst tormenters are the Lal Jhanda Union people who every season extract Rs. 100/- from every Bhatta labourer under the pretext of safeguarding their interests and to save them from the exploitation of the BKOs., but in fact it is they who exploit both the labourers as well as the BKOs. They also pressurize the concerned authorities to fix higher and higher wages for the Bhatta labourers to extort maximum from them later. He also alleged that these Lal Jhanda leaders always threaten the BKO that they would bring the police as they are keeping bonded labourers where as there are not even any boundary walls around the Bhattas which are being run in the open, all the labourers are paid huge amounts in advance which are later adjusted. He alleged that the district Sirsa Sales tax department in collusion with the Brick kiln owners of the contiguous Punjab areas is allowing to smuggle their bricks in Sirsa district and causing huge losses to public exchequer through Tax evasion as also heavy financial losses to the local BKOs. He said that the Kilns would remain closed till their just demands were not sorted out by the State Govt.

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

HUJ Elections on July 4th, Nominations last date 25th June

HUJ Elections on July 4th, Nominations last date 25th June

SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )

22 June, 2010

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Returning Officer GS Mann & ARO Sat Singh appointed for conducting elections of Harayna Union of Journalists Sirsa Chapter announced the schedule of elections.

The details of the same and Downloadable forms are on

www.hujsirsa.blogspot.com

HUDA allots plots by Draw in Sirsa Dabwali Kalanwali Ellenabad

HUDA allots plots by Draw in Sirsa Dabwali Kalanwali Ellenabad

SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )

22 June, 2010

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http://huda.nic.in/Result/succesful_applicatn-sirsa.pdf

http://huda.nic.in/Result/succesful_applicatns-Kalanwali.pdf

http://huda.nic.in/Result/succesful_applicatns-Dabwali.pdf

http://huda.nic.in/Result/succesful_applicatns-Ellenabad.pdf

Haryana Urban Devolopment authority (HUDA) has declared the draw results of Sirsa, Kalanwali, Dabwali and Ellenabad on 21-6-2010.

The links to check the results are provided above, the files are in pdf format and you need to have a Adobe Acrobat to view them.

Monday, June 21, 2010

Bank of Rajsthan Goes on 3 day Strike against Merger with ICICI Bank

Bank of Rajsthan Goes on 3 day Strike against Merger with ICICI Bank.

SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )

21 June, 2010

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The Bank of Rajasthan employees have gone on a three day strike against, the Banks decision to merger it self with ICICI Bank nationwide, in Sirsa also the bank shall remain closed on 21st 22nd and 23rd June against the move.

HPS Members excursion to Manali in Pictures.


HPS Members excursion to Manali in Pictures.

SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )

21 June, 2010

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Headed by New HPS (Haryana Patrakar Sangh) president Mr. Pawan Deep Singh Jolly, members of HPS took an excursion to Kullu Manali hills escaping away from torture of summer heat of Sirsa.

Friday, June 18, 2010

MP Ashok Tanwar distributes cheques to Gaushalas

Next Updates on 21st June

MP Ashok Tanwar distributes cheques to Gaushalas out of MPLAD.

Also said that Bulls and stray animals on road shall be removed to make roads safe.

Abundant Budget for Roads in SIRSA

SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )

18 June, 2010

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Ashok Tanwar MP Sirsa, Video Interview recorded on 16th June, 2010. Tanwar speaks about Gaushalas, Stray Cattle, Expansion of Rail network, Funds for Roads, Zila Parishad Elections.

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Thursday, June 17, 2010

Ajay Chautala Fumes over Callousness of SDM Dabwali, meets ADC Sirsa

Ajay Chautala Fumes over Callousness of SDM Dabwali, meets ADC Sirsa

SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )

17 June, 2010

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Dabwali MLA Dr Ajay Chautala met ADC sirsa and complained about callousness of Dabwali SDM in handling the No Confidence Motion against Ms Simpa Jain president MC Dabwali, Dr. Chautala said that the SDM was deliberately abstaining himself from his office in the name of sikness to avoid action on No Confidence motion moved against present Dabwali Municipal Committee. ADC Mrs. Pankaj Chauudahry assured the MLA for appropriate action.

Shaheedi Purv Guru Arjun Dev ji observed.

Shaheedi Purv Guru Arjun Dev ji observed with Chabeels and Langars

SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )

16 June, 2010

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Guru Arjun Dev Ji Shaheedi Purv was observed today in city as well rural areas by distributing Shabeel (Sweetened Falvoured Cold water) and Langar (Free food).

Click here to Read about Martyrdom of Guru Arjan 3rd party link

Photographs awaited

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

INLD Sweeps Zila Parishad elections, Congress loses even on Block Samiti.



INLD Sweeps Zila Parishad elections, Congress loses even on Block Samiti.

SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )

15 June, 2010

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INLD Wins on 16, Congress 2, Independent 2, Gopal Kanda Supported 1 Zila Parishad seat out of total of 21 Zila Parishad Seats.

Saturday, June 12, 2010

Panchayat General Election Phase-II some results at a Glance

Panchayat General Election Phase-II some results at a Glance

SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )

12 June, 2010

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Unanimously Elected:

Sampuran Singh from Haarni Khurd

Surender Kaur form Dhani Kahan Singh

Surenderpal form Dhanni Mouju Ki

Om Parkash from Kotli

Some of the prominent who won the Panchayat elections Phase-II from Ellenabad block are:

Dr. Sandeep Jot Bajwa from Village Mallekan

Dr. Sandeep Jot Bajwa from Village Mallekan (Above)

Mohan Lal from Kesupura

Mohan Lal Jhorar from Mithee Sureran

Kuljeet Kaur from Amritsar Kalan (Umra-Sar is the correct historical name)

Partap Singh from Sheraan Wali Dhani

Devenderpal Singh from Kirpal Patti

Gurdev Singh Naamdhari from Hymanyoon Khera

Jaswinder Kaur form Kariwala

Karam Singh from Santnagar (Jagmalera old name)


Friday, June 11, 2010

Panchayat General Election Phase-II ready


Panchayat General Election Phase-II ready.

SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )

11 June, 2010

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Watch Video: Panchayat General Elections Scenario at Vill. Mallekan at the end of this post.

The second part of Panchayat General Elections shall be held tomorrow, SirsaNews today toured several villages and today on the last day of electioneering brings a glimpse of election scenario in Village Mallekan, a village with a electoral strength of more than 4400 voters. Touring the village which has almost taken the shape of a small town this correspondent talked to several villagers and shopkeepers in Mallekan, a unique aura of shrewd behavior from the voters could be seen, in the same sentence the voters expressed victory to both the candidates for the Sarpanch post which this time is reserved for woman candidates. There is an interesting contest between Dr Sandeep Jot Bajwa and Smt Sukhjeet Kaur. Dr. Sandeep Bajwa is qualified GAMS doctor and runs a clinic in the village, though novice to politics she banks her victory on the past family social work record of her in-laws family as well social work that she had been doing. Dr Sandeep is pitted against Smt Sukhjeet Kaur banks heavily on her husband, Jagdev Singh who had been ex- Sarpanch of this village. Jagdev is not new to politics and had been in active politics since several years.

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Sukhdeep Kaur was not available at the time SirsaNews visited the village, hence SirasNews could only talk to Dr Sandeep Jot Bajwa and her husband Mr. Udaypal Bajwa about their election prospects and agenda, here is a small video interview of both.

Wednesday, June 09, 2010

Government College at Ellenabad soon-Dr Suman Gulab


Government College at Ellenabad soon-Dr Suman Gulab

SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )

09 June, 2010

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Much awaited demand of residents of Ellenabad area, to set up a Government College in this sleepy town seems to be fulfilled now, a team of Govt. National college on instructions of Haryana Government today inspected various buildings of Ellenabad to explore possibility of make shift arrangements of starting admissions from next academic session (Session 2010), so that in a year or so new building may be constructed. Dr. Suman Gulab principal Government National College Sirsa headed the team and short listed a few buildings; if any of these is approved by Government then classes may start this very session. It may be recalled that in December 2009 CM Haryana Mr. BS Hooda had announced that Ellenabad shall get a Government College very soon but he has not mentioned any dateline for the same, this even reflected badly on the Poll prospects of the Congress candidate in the by-elections held in January 2010, on the other hand Ex-CM Haryana and INLD Supremo, Sh. OP Chautala had announced during the same elections that a College in private sector shall be started under the aegis of CDMT from July 2010 session. If both colleges happen to start this very session it shall be big advantage to this educationally backward area of the district. A 3rd college is already running at Village Jeevan Nagar

Education Briefs






Education Briefs:

ML Ranga is New CDLU VC.

Government College at Ellenabad soon-Dr Suman Gulab

CDLU Introduces Entrance Exams to various courses.

JCDV Engineering College makes pedal run Washing Machine

Farewell at Mata Harki Devi B.Ed College Odhan

SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )

09 June, 2010

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The previous 2 days had a lot of buzz related to education in Sirsa, here are brief news about the same separate posts about some of these headlines shall be posted later.

ML Ranga has been appointed Vice Chancellor of CDLU Sirsa, he assumed his office yesterday at Ch Devi Lal University Sirsa. After retirement of Dr KC Bhardwaj, the university was without a regular VC, Mr. Malik IAS and Commissioner Hisar circle was officiating VC during this period.

Farewell at Mata Harki Devi B.Ed College Odhan

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CDLU to Introduce Entrance Exams to various courses.

CDLU shall be introducing entrance exams for admissions to its various courses from the next academic session. Details here: Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa has notified for admission to session 2010-2011. Those who wish to take admission to Chaudhary Devi Lal University they can download the Handbook of Information from the Official website of Chaudhary Devi Lal University, the Prospectus is available at Sale Counter of Administration Block of CDLU from 01 June 2010. The admission to CDLU Sirsa will be made on the basis of entrance examination and marks obtained in qualifying examination having equal weight age. The Last date of receipt of application is 25 June 2010 except M.Tech for which last date is 28 July 2010. University Website: www.cdlu.edu.in

This information is by the courtesy of Mr. Sunil Nehra:

http://nehranews.com/tag/cdlu-entrance-exam-results-2010/


JCDV Engineering College students make pedal powered Washing Machine-test run by Dr Kuldip Dhindsa DG JCDV

Monday, June 07, 2010

Rain brings down mercury, Cheers up Farmers and all…

Rain brings down mercury, Cheers up Farmers and all…

1st Phase of Panchayat General Elections over peacefully.

SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )

07 June, 2010

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The day long rain brought much needed respite from dust and heat that had been prevailing in the region since last several weeks. Rising temperatures touched almost 50 degree Celsius in the last week of May, causing burning of crops affecting life and business and heavily telling on state power supply system. But the rain gods cheered up everyone with showers mixed with dust on 6th evening followed by full day of pleasant drizzle on 7th June. Withering Cotton crops now stand bailed out of the gloomy situation, as the climate has turned now to be most suitable for the crops.

1st Phase of Panchayat General Elections over peacefully.

06 June, 2010

The 1st phase of Panchayat Gen elections was over last evening almost peacefully with only a few sporadic incidents reported from a few villages, where heated arguments lead some scuffles and a jeep was damaged in village Bappan. But by and large the election was peaceful. 2nd phase of this election is slated for June 12.

Sunday, June 06, 2010

Dowry Victim Polytechnic Student Commits Suicide

Dowry Victim Polytechnic Student Commits Suicide

Upcoming……Engineering as Career, seminar by Dinesh Nagpal held at Punjab Palace.

SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )

06 June, 2010

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DOWRY VICTIM POLYTECHNIC STUDENT COMMITS SUICIDE.

A Sirsa polytechnic College student named Rimpy Jangra D/o Baljit Singh a resident of village Jamavdi (Hansi) who was allegedly being tortured by her husband for dowry committed suicide at 7.20 am today by jumping before a running train near the local Chattargarh Patti railway crossing. Immediately on getting information the Sub Inspector GRP Ram Chander rushed to the spot and started investigations. After being informed her kin along with the Ex-Sarpanch of their village Hans Raj also arrived and on the basis of a complaint filed by Hans Raj a case has been registered against the husband of the deceased. Victims kin told that she was married to one Manjit Singh son of Ranjit Singh a resident of village Raipur (Hisar) on 9.2.2010 and that since her marriage, she was tortured by her husband (also a student) for more and more money under the pretext that he was unable to carry on his studies due to financial constraints. They also alleged that on the directions of a Panchayat which was convened about a couple of months ago, victims parents paid an amount of Rs50,000/- to her husband to parch up the matter, but the avaricious husband still continued to badger her with his demands of more and more money. They alleged that the victim intimated her parents last evening that her husband once again threatened her with dire consequences in case her parents failed to pay more money to him and her parents asked her to come back to her village. In the morning she had purchased a railway ticket to come to Hansi but her husband was constantly threatening her on her mobile phone and ultimately unable to bear the mental torture she committed suicide.

Some youth who were playing Cricket near the site of the incident told that she was moving along the railway track while constantly keeping her mobile glued to her ears. The GRP after registration of a criminal case against her husband have started the investigations and sent her body for a post mortem in the local Civil Hospital.

Report: Dr. OP Bansal