Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Eid Mubarak, Bhupesh Mehta felicitates muslim community on Eid-ul Fitr


Eid Mubarak, Bhupesh Mehta felicitates muslim community on Eid-ul Fitr
SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )
31 August, 2011
Pictures & Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann.
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Watch Video: Eid Mubarak at SIRSA 31st August 2011, Bhupesh Mehta and Hoshiari Lal Sharma felicitate Muslim Community on Eid ul-Fitr

This Sirsa News video at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2-1uSFNnhI
More Videos of Sirsa at: www.youtube.com/sirsanews

Monday, August 29, 2011

Supporters of Anna in Sirsa Rejoice as Anna lifts Fast in Delhi

Supporters of Anna in Sirsa Rejoice as Anna lifts Fast in Delhi
SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )
28 August, 2011
Pictures & Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann.
Watch Video below Pictures and details soon.

Watch Sirsa News Video: Anna Supporters Celebrate in SIRSA on lifting of his Fast in
Delhi

This Video:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TyR--cgCT6E
In This Video:
1.       Mahesh Pareek Advocate at time line: 03:40 (03:27)
2.       Ramesh Bana at time line: 04:05
3.       Satish Gupta at time line: 04:35
4.       Mr. Bishnoi at time line:
5.       Jagdish Chopra Advocate at time line:  05:12
6.       Ramesh Goyal at time line: 05:22

Sunday, August 28, 2011

Whistleblower office inaugurated by Govind Kanda


Whistleblower office inaugurated by Govind Kanda
SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )
27 August, 2011
Pictures & Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann.
Whistleblower an organisation set up for activism of RTI in SIRSA was set up last year on this day. On its 1st anniversary its new office was inaugurated by Mr Govind Kanda on NH10 opposite City Diagnostic Centre of Dr Sanjeev Kaushal. The organisation is mainly manned by Journalist Inderjit Adhikari and Bhupesh Goel. On its 1st anniversary several persons including journalists, advocates, social workers and RTI activists were present. Mr Arun Bhardwaj Anchored the stage, while Sr. Journalist Mr. Rishi Pandey was the keynote speaker. Mr Pandey detailed about RTI and its details. Gurjeet Singh Mann (Adv) also appended to the details of Mr Pandey. Mr Govind Kanda said that RTI was introduced by Congress was the a step towards curbing corruption, now Lok Pal Bill also will be introduced by the Congress, it means that the Govt. is serious about containing corruption. Several activists were honoured at the function. Surender Sardana Advocate, RTI Activist Pawan Pareek, Lovely Bansal, ASI Kaptaan Singh posted at SP Office SIRSA, etc. to name a few. Baljit Singh, Dr Gajendra Singh Raghav, Nand Kishor Ladha, Rajender Sandhu, CM Grover, Ravi Bansal, Dinesh Kaushik, Bhaskar Mukherji, Pankaj Dhingra, Jarnail Brar, Ramesh Sahuwala etc were present on the function amongst others. Inderjit Adhikari and Bhupesh Goyal gave a memento to Sh Govind Kanda on the occasion.

Thursday, August 25, 2011

GRG School 10th Class Student Electrocuted, Crops Bloom, City Drowns.

Watch Sirsa News Video: Rain 24-August-and its effects on City and Farming

This Video:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6wLN6_ZOPg
Rain: GRG School 10th Class Student Electrocuted, Crops Bloom, City Drowns.
SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )
25 August, 2011
Pictures & Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann.

The rain that lasted for couple of hours on 24th August morning left most of the City roads submerged in water, while electrocution due to a broken live wire near Durga Mandir B-Block killed Amit Garg, a student of class 10th of GRG School SIRSA.

The City as usual after rain became a big lake of accumulated rain water, while the rain has been said to be useful for crops. See Video Interview of Mr. Jagdeep Brar of Agriculture Department and of few farmers (Above) and Video of 4th August Rain (Below), the conditions after yesterday's rain were even worse than from aftermath of the 4th August rain.

Watch Sirsa News Video: Rain floods streets of Sirsa 04 August 2011

This Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0mPt0SFa4cI

Sunday, August 21, 2011

People from all walks of life give support to Anna’s movement in Sirsa.


People from all walks of life give support to Anna’s movement in Sirsa
SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )
21 August, 2011
Pictures & Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann.

The ongoing movement against corruption initiated by Anna (Kisan Baburao) Hazare and IAC’s Civil Society which has now preoccupied everyone including all NEWS media at national and international level is being supported very well in SIRSA as well. Since 16th August, almost all well known or lesser known have come forward to put in their bit to highlight Anna’s movement. This includes, Doctors, NGO’s Political Parties, Advocates, Journalists, Teachers and Students of Schools as well as of Colleges and Universities. There are sit-ins (Dharna) in the day time and Candle Light protests in the evening. This has almost become like a ritual every day. 

However everyone does not fully agree with Anna’s agenda, there is large section of society in Sirsa also which is laid back in nature and prefers to argue in low tone that though it is very much timely and so very important that the spread of corruption should be at first arrested and then uprooted from India as soon as possible, but Anna’s Jan Lok Pal Bill may not be a rational and practical solution to this herculean problem. There just cannot be any quick-fix for this which has roots dated back several decades. What is necessary is to take solid steps that are really effective in a phased manner. Election reforms that started within the existing Constitutional framework got teeth in the form of Iron headed EC T.N. Seshan and there after every EC had to perform, is one such example which has changed the face of Indian elections but still has many miles to go as the cleaning up process in elections is also yet not complete. RTI that came about 6 years ago is also giving tough times to corrupt officials. Hence what is needed is a strong will at personal level and public level by one and all to eradicate this menace and not just dramatic protests. The protests have been indeed very useful and raised the issue that corruption is no more tolerable.

Saturday, August 20, 2011

The Guiding Light- T.S. Mann

The Guiding Light: T.S. Mann, on his Eighth Barsi

SIRSA NEWS
19 August 2011All pictures can be clicked to enlarge or right click to open link in new window

On The Eighth Death Anniversary of Sr. TS Mann, SIRSA NEWS brings you brief life sketch of Sr. Mann, the guiding light and inspiration that drives this Web Site.

Late Sardar Tirlok Singh Mann (HPS- I Retd. Supdt. Jail)
Sardar Tirlok Singh Mann was born at Village Mannawala Distt. Shekhupura. (Now in Punjab of Pakistan) on 20th July 1920 in the famous Mannawala Family (A chapter is devoted to Mannawala Family, in the book The Chiefs Of Punjab, by a British Author. A family tree from 1700AD upto the name of Sr T.S. Mann also exists in this book as well as the Gazette of Punjab)He was the eldest son of S. Sahib Singh Mann (Ex MLC of Punjab Assembly 1952) His education started from Guru Nanak Khalsa High School Nanakana Sahib. He did his Graduation in 1942 from Khalsa College Amritsar. Six feet tall and well built; he was a good athlete & sportsman. He won the Punjab University’s ‘One Mile’ race twice. At that time the Punjab University was the biggest university in the North India and was located at Lahore. Even then he represented the Punjab University’s Volleyball team.
Above: S. Sahib Singh Mann MLC in a Group Photo of 1952 Members of The Punjab Legislative Council SIMLA

TS Mann with the famous Khalsa College Amritsar In The Back Ground
British Professors taught English in Khalsa College at that time. He had good command over English, Punjabi, Urdu, Hindi and even some working knowledge of French. He visited Sri Harmandir Sahib every morning during all 4years of his hostel life at Khalsa College Amritsar He held his teachers and professors in high esteem. Prof Sahib Singh, who is known for the most authenticated TIKA of Sri Guru Granth Sahib was one of his favorite professors.


In 1943, he joined the Jail department by appointment through Punjab Services Commission. His first posting was probably at Multan Jail as Asstt. Supdt. Jail. At time of partition in 1947, the family was allotted land at Sirsa; he was made a camp commandant for some time to take care of partition refugees at SIRSA. He resumed his jail department post in post partition India. During his service in the Jail Dept he did not distance himself from the prisoners, rather he understood their psychology and interacted with them to resolve their problems as and when these surfaced. He was very particular about the ration and good hygienic food of the Jail prisoners, and daily ensured that the right quantity and rightly cooked food was served on time. He also took care of the welfare possibilities of all the prisoners. He was very popular with the inmates and many of them used to thank him on and after completion of their jail terms. Besides many jails of Punjab & Haryana he was also posted at Tihar Jail Delhi in early fifties.


TV Shots from Aaj Tak telecast of 2003
All pictures can be clicked to enlarge or right click to open link in new window
In 1975 to 1977 during the national emergency, he was Superintendent of Rohtak Jail. Many senior political leaders were detained in Rohtak jail under his tenure. {To name a few: Sh Bhairon Singh Shekhwat Ex. Vice president of India, Sh LK Advani Ex. Deputy Prime Minister of India, Sh Chander Shekhar Ex PM of India, Ch. Devi Lal Ex DPM India (and Ex CM Haryana), Sh. Sikander Bakht Ex Governor of KERALA, Dr Bhai Mahavir Governor of MP. Sh. Pillo Modi MP, Sh Ashok Mehta MP, Sh Biju Patnaik Ex CM Orissa, Major Jaipal, Bakshi Jagdev and many more…………} All of these were satisfied with the humane behavior of Sr. TS Mann. Many of them called upon him personally at his official residence soon after attaining political posts and ministries in The Janta Party in 1977. Even today many of them remember him fondly. He was being offered a seat for becoming a MP in the elections of 1977, but he refused as he was a non Political Man and never took any advantage of his such closeness to these leaders. May it be recalled that in 1977 elections it was landslide victory for the JANTA PARTY, and anyone who was nominated by Janta Party was sure to win.Most recently, after a gap of 28 years, Sh. LK Advani DPM of India recalled him at Rohtak jail on 26 June 2003. An exclusive video film on LK Advani and TS Mann was produced by AajTak news channel in Rohtak Jail; it was telecast at prime time on 26 June 2003 under ‘VISHESH’ Sh Advani specifically mentioned in this telecast the good treatment he got from Mr. Mann during detention under MISA. [see Pictures above] After 35 years of meritorious service he retired in 1979 as Supdt. Distt. Jail Rohtak, at that time this was the second senior most post in the Jail Deptt. The Govt. gave him four increments for his honest & dedicated services. He had ample regards for his officer: I.G. Prisons, Late Sh. SK Puri. That’s why he refused a promotion to the rank of The IG (the Highest Post of Jail Deptt. In those days) during the last few months of his service, as this would have put the then IG Mr. Puri in trouble, and would have jinxed the last phase of service (career) of Sh. Puri, due to certain political reasons.
He took up farming at his farm at village Kirpal Patti, in Ellenabad Sub Division of Distt. SIRSA after retirement. He did co-operative farming by indulging 20 families with him. He made sure that basic needs of these families (Housing, food and clothing) were fulfilled. He arranged money for them also. He discouraged these families to consume alcohol or any kind of intoxicants. He imparted moral and social teachings to all the people associated with him. He himself was a teetotaler and vegetarian through out his life.Along with farming he took up many social projects. From 1994, he gave a new momentum to the already Established ‘LOK PANCHAYAT’ (A regd. body) in the Rania-Ellenabad Jeevan Nagar area of SIRSA. Lokpanchayat is a non-religious, non-political, non-factional, social body. [NGO]
In 2001 he had joined the move initiated from the Districts of Karnal & Kurukshetra, for the formation of separate SGPC for Haryana (now know as HSGPC: Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee Adhoc). He motivated and apprised people of Sirsa district about the necessity of separate SGPC for Haryana. He was stern follower of the teachings of Guru Granth Sahib. He always cherished his parents.
In 1986, the untimely demise of his elder son: Sh. Gurinder Mann, perturbed him for a while but he took this great loss as will of The Almighty and consoled rest of the family. It is worth mentioning here that Sh. Gurinder Mann was highly educated [M.A. LL.B. BJ, member HUJ] He was a highly talented budding photo-journalist and art photographer whose pictures were published in international journals.
Rajan Gurinder Mann
Gurinder Mann was a keen musician and a talented painter as well. He was elder brother of Author of this website.
Sardar T.S. Mann’s life was highly disciplined and he was highly health conscious. Even at the age of 83 years, he took long walks daily and visited his fields daily. He never needed much medical care through out his life, as he believed that nature takes care of petty ailments. He was a die-hard optimist.Sardar Tirlok Singh Mann passed away on the 19th day of August 2003, peacefully.
He is remembered for his principled life, honesty, integrity, and philanthropic and outspoken nature.
The Editor of SirsaNews is son of Sr. TS Mann.

Monday, August 15, 2011

Captain Ajay Yadav unfurls National Flag at SIRSA

Watch Sirsa News Video: Glimpses of Independence Day 2011 at SIRSA

This Video:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YqqKVetiZss
  • Captain Ajay Yadav unfurls National Flag at SIRSA on I-Day
  • HJA dedicates library to Media Centre; Capt. Ajay Yadav Inaugurates.
  • Dera Sacha Sauda Initiative: Lakhs of tree plantations done in 1 hour.

SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )
15 August, 2011
Pictures & Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann.

Editor on Leave....Next updates on 18th August

HSGPC to support Baba Gurmeet Singh Tilokewala on Sirsa Seat


HSGPC to support Baba Gurmeet Singh Tilokewala on Sirsa Seat
SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )
14 August, 2011
Pictures & Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann.
In a meeting held at the residence of Dr Gurcharn Singh Sandhu Gen Sec. HSGPC, between HSGPC (Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee Regd.) president Jathedar Jagdish Singh Jhinda and promonent independent candidate, Baba Gurmeet Singh Tilokewala for 18th Sept. SGPC elections from Sirsa, in wee hours of today’s morning, it was decided that  HSGPC shall support Sant Gurmeet Singh Tilokewala. Dr Gurcharn Singh Sandhu the candidate from HSGPC shall withdraw his nomination in favour of Sant Gurmeet Singh. Supporters of Sant Gurmeet Singh and supporters of HSGPC shall canvass together to garner votes for Sant Gurmeet Singh. As both these parties had the common agenda of formation of Separate Gurdwara Management Committee for Haryana, therefore it was prudent to join hands. Likewise on the Dabwali seat where Jathedar Jagdev Singh Mattdadu is contesting SGPC election as a candidate of HSGPC, Tilokewala supporters shall canvass for Mattdadu to make both the candidates of the alliance victorious. Now in Sirsa the contest shall be between, HSGPC supported independent: Gurmeet Singh Tilokewala and SAD-Badal candidate, Parkash Singh Sahuwala. This new development has made the contest intresting.
Videos Pictures and details of Nominations of all the key contestants from Sirsa and Dabwali (recorded earlier on 10th and 11th August) shall be available online soon.

Sunday, August 14, 2011

Heated arguments between XEN PWD and Public over Choked Sewerage system

Heated arguments between XEN PWD and Public over Choked Sewerage system.
SDM Roshan Lal pacifies.


SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )
13 August, 2011
Pictures and Videos: Amit Soni, GS Mann.
A Dharna in protest ended up in verbal dual between public, representatives of Public and the Executive Engineer (XEN) Public Health Mr. Jangra. The public was protesting about callous approach of the department in cleaning up choked sewerages in Sirsa.
Watch Sirsa News Video:Public protest against Choked Sewerage system-SDM Sirsa Pacifies

 This Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__QUMOZYSRk
Hoshiari Lal Sharma, Hardas Rinku MC, Ramesh Mehta MC etc also had heated arguments with the officer over this issue. SDM Sirsa Mr. Roshan Lal had to intervene and pacify people after assurance from Mr. Jagdish Jangra XEN that the complaints shall be addressed immediately. Public Health department had been in NEWS since last several weeks for overflowing sewage, missing manhole covers and highly contaminated water in almost all parts of Sirsa. (See Video)

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Dusmanta Kumar Behera ADC Sirsa Speaks about oncoming SGPC Elections

ADC Sirsa Mr. D.K. Behera IAS Briefs about SGPC Elections

SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )

10 August, 2011

Pictures & Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann.

See Video Interview of ADC Sirsa Mr. DK Behera about oncoming Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) elections to be held on 18th September in Punjab Haryana Chandigarh and Himachal Pardesh.

Watch Sirsa News Video:DK Behera ADC Sirsa Speaks about SGPC Elections

This Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKxPFrj-IjM

In Haryana there are 8 constituencies consisting of 11 SGPC seats, out of this Sirsa Constituency has two seats, Sirsa (09) and Dabwali (08). Sirsa seat has about 39614 Sikh voters while Dabwali seat has about 29000 voters. The last date of nominations for these seats is 11th August till 3:00PM.

ADC informed that model code of conduct has been enforced in Sirsa as per the guidelines and all the preparations regarding the polls are ongoing.

Last SGPC elections were held in year 2004. In Haryana in last elections the main contest was between SAD (Shiromani Akali Dal-Badal) supported candidates of (Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee) SGPC and HSGPC (Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee) supported candidates of SGPC.

Tuesday, August 09, 2011

Upcoming NEWS:

Upcoming NEWS:

1. Community Radio Station FM 90.4 completes 2 years; Radio Shrota Sangh Celebrates the occasion.

2. Rain respite to agriculture; City becomes a big pool.

3. JCDV NCA Cricket Tournament a Report.

4. Placements at JCDV Engineering College.

SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )

09 August, 2011

Pictures & Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann.

Sunday, August 07, 2011

On Friendship Day

On Friendship Day

SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )

07 August, 2011

Pictures & Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann.

Friendship – where is it?

An article worth reading contributed by Colonel R D Singh from Amabla who originally belongs to Pili Mandori, he recalls his childhood days, the value system and the bond that existed in those days.

30 July was the World Friendship Day. While in India it is on 7th August. But where are the friends? Suddenly they seem to have disappeared, giving way to cheats and frauds. You do not know whom to believe and whom not to. I badly miss my village days when we did not lock our house, did not have to worry even if 20 guests arrived all of a sudden, and never thought that our sisters were unsafe outside. Let me give you a glimpse of the days when we grew in the midst of friends and well wishers.

It was a small village (Pilimandori) in Hissar district in 1960s, with no electricity or water supply. But life was still very happy and healthy. There was so much of inter personal relationship, full of warmth, and selflessness. If there was no milk at home, we would just go across to our neighbour with a pot and get milk. It was always give and take. There was no question of any payment. If my mother fell sick while father was away from home, the neighbours will take her to the hospital. And if our guests arrived when none of us was at home, then the entire neighbourhood will come and sit with them to give company. They would feed the guests, give them a ‘hookah’ to smoke, and make them feel wanted.

It was a community living, a life of sharing and caring. A marriage in the village, was an occasion for everyone to celebrate, and chip in to help the girl’s family. The village will never allow the bride’s father to feel the burden alone. Each house would offer a ‘charpoy’ and bedding for the ‘Baratis’ (marriage party). The ladies would go to the wedding house and sing marriage songs. These were so melodious and festive. The marriage would last for three to four days, and the whole village would unite to make it a success. During this period, there would be camel races, wrestling bouts, and even kabaddi matches to entertain the guests. We, the young children, would surround the groom, and be at his beck and call. After all, every girl in the village was our sister, irrespective of which family she belonged to. There was no hooliganism or misbehaviour. Our tradition of ‘Athiti Devo Bhavah’ (the guest is God) was at its best. And we took pride in it.

Once, I remember, a locust had entered our village fields. Unless checked, it would eat away our crops. So, the entire village youth got together with the digging tools. They dug up a deep long drain in which the advancing waves of the locust kept falling, and were then buried. Such collective efforts to meet emergencies in the village were a common code of conduct rather than an exception. Helping others came naturally.

Yes, times have since changed. Modernisation has taken place. People have become rich with lots of material wealth. But why have we become so poor in human relations? Why have we become so self centered and greedy?

Urbanisation and modernisation does not mean we become like mechanical robots . No amount of wealth can give us happiness that another human being can give by way of love and gratitude. We may be staying in a mansion, but life will be very dry and lonely without good friends and neighbours, without moral values. Even the media baron Rupert Murdoch, who had the feet of clay, is an unhappy man today. So, can we please take a minute off from our rat race for money and power. Can we just think where we are heading, and for what. Let’s lead a simple and healthy life. Let us be a friend to someone, a nice and kind person. That will not reduce our earnest income. But definitely make our life more happy, and worth living.

Incidentally well known classical singer "' Pandit. Jasraj and Actress and Singer sisters, Sulakshna Pandit and Vijayeta Pandit also belongs to his village.

Saturday, August 06, 2011

Phool Chand Mullana's take on Devilal Trust

Phool Chand Mullana’s Take on Ch. Devilal Trust

SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )

06 August, 2011

Pictures & Videos: Nakul Jasuja, Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann.
Watch Sirsa News Video: Phool Chand Mullana's Take on Ch. Devilal Trust

This Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PbxVVrSGJCs

Friday, August 05, 2011

INLD also registers protest; Burns Effigy of Congress at Ambedkar Chowk


INLD also registers protest; Burns Effigy of Congress at Ambedkar Chowk.

Ch Abhey Singh did not turn up, Padam Jain leads the proetstors.

SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )

05 August, 2011

Pictures & Videos: Nakul Jasuja, Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann.

Watch Sirsa News Video: INLD Protest against Land Acquisition of Gurgaon-Burn Effigy of Congress - Interview Padam Jain

This Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=caQJXbiqdYc

Thursday, August 04, 2011

BJP Protests at Subhash Chowk, Burns Effigy of Congress.

BJP Protests at Subhash Chowk, Burns Effigy of Congress.

INLD to Protest on 5th August

SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )

04 August, 2011

Pictures & Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann.

Watch Sirsa News Video: BJP Protests Burns Dummy of Congress at Subhash Chowk


This Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkxNA0ku148

30Minutes of Showers Flood Streets of Sirsa, Public Health Department's Flaws overflow!


Watch Sirsa News Video: Rain floods streets of Sirsa 04 August 2011


This Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0mPt0SFa4cI

30Minutes of Showers Flood Streets of Sirsa, Public Health Department's Flaws overflow!

SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )

04 August, 2011

Pictures & Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann.

The Deadline of the Public Health department of making sewerage system in order before 15th August was washed away in today’s morning rain. A visit to any part of Sirsa proved the claims of the department as false. Notably 15th August might be few days away but nothing has been done till today by the department in this respect despite the assurances given to MP Ashok Tanwar recently.
Visit pages on www.SirsaNews.com website of similar situations in previous years: http://sirsanews.blogspot.com/search?q=rains

Wednesday, August 03, 2011

Shaheed Udham Singh's Martyr Day SIRSA


Shaheed Udham Singh’s Martyr day SIRSA-Dr Ashok Tanwar presides over.

SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )

03 August, 2011

Pictures & Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann.

Rich tributes were paid to Shaheed Udham Singh on his 71st martyr day at a function organized in Sirsa on 31st July. Dr Ashok Tanwar presided over the function. See Pictures and Video

Watch Sirsa News Video: Shaheed Udham Singh Shaheedi Diwas-Ashok Tanwar presides over



This Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=peuH9h6P4Lw

Older NEWS on www.SirsaNews.com about Udham Singh:http://sirsanews.blogspot.com/2007/12/shaheed-udham-singh-jayanti.html

Tuesday, August 02, 2011

Workshop on Basic Techniques of Biotechnology held at CDLU


Workshop on Basic Techniques of Biotechnology held at CDLU

SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )

02 August, 2011

Pictures & Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann.

A workshop was recently held at Ch Devilal University Sirsa, (CDLU) by the department of Biotechnology. The Works shop was well attended by experts from various universities and also a visiting US Biotech scientist from Mexico. Dr. SK Gehlawat chairperson of the Department of Biotechnology of the host university (CDLU) made elaborate arrangements for the same. Here is a video of the glimpses of the workshop and interview. (This Video was recorded in the month June 2011)

Watch Sirsa News Video: Biotech WorkShop June 2011 at CDLU Dr Manda Clair Jost, professor, Department of Natural Sciences, New Mexico, US


This Video: http://www.youtube.com/SirsaNews

Monday, August 01, 2011

Congressmen burn Effigy of Chautala

Congressmen Burn Effigy of Chautala

SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )

01 August, 2011

Pictures & Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann.

Congress leaders and party supporters carried an effigy of Ch Om Parkash Chautala from Congress Bhawan through the main bazaars and burnt it at Subhash Chowk after the NEWS of indictment of the Chautalas in JBT scam by a Delhi Court and in cases of Income in excess to known sources. Mostly laid back congress this time demonstrated in the same fashion as INLD had been doing it in last several years. Ch Ranjit Singh, Dr KV Singh, Malkiat Singh Khosa, Hoshiari Lal Sharma, Surender Nehra, Bhupesh Mehta, Sanju Bala, Rani Randhawa, Om Parkash Keharwala, Mohal Lal Darolia, Naveen Kedia, Bikkarmjit Singh Advocate and several workers joined the demonstration. Later the Congressmen gave a memorandum to Dr Yudbir Singh Khyalia, Deputy Commissioner Sirsa, for Governor Haryana to remove the tainted INLD leaders from legislative posts. Similar demonstrations were held all over Haryana.


Mr Padam Jain Sr. leader of INLD commented that it was unprincipled to hold such demonstrations by Congress at a stage where nothing has been proved against INLD by any court of Law, they are perhaps doing this to distract Public from their own scams.