Haryana’s Hisar division first to have its web portal


Haryana’s Hisar division has its own web portal now. Additional chief secretary (ACS), Revenue and Disaster management PK Das who on Monday launched the portal https://commhsr.haryana.gov said that this is the first divisional commissioner website of the state. The website has the details of the Hisar Divisional Commissionerate comprising Hisar, Jind, Fatehabad and Sirsa districts. Hisar divisional commissioner Chander Shekhar said that the website provides historical information about the districts in the division. It also has information related to Citizen Charter, government notices, instructions, notifications, disaster management plan, revenue department, tourism, wildlife, helpline numbers, court days and cause list of the revenue court held by the divisional commissioner. The ACS suggested that copies of important records of the four districts of the division should also be made available on this website. The divisional commissioner said that recently many types of infrastructure facilities have been started in the divisional office like a modern revenue record room having 30,834 digitized files related to the decisions of the revenue courts.

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Haryana council of ministers to meet on Aug 31

Chandigarh
The meeting of the Haryana council of ministers will be held on August 31 afternoon. The council of ministers is likely to consider the report of the Haryana Backward Classes Commission pertaining to reservation for backward classes in the panchayati raj elections.

Robust CCTV surveillance in all cities to check crime graph

Chandigarh
With an aim to check the crime graph in the state, the Haryana government is putting in place a plan for installation of a robust CCTV surveillance system in all the cities. This was stated by chief secretary Sanjeev Kaushal while presiding over a review meeting Monday. The chief secretary directed the officers to finalize comprehensive components required for technology solution for setting up surveillance in cities. Besides this, he further directed the officers concerned to prepare a plan for the traffic management system, finalizing uniform specifications of the tender for the installation of e-surveillance, CCTV cameras. A comprehensive study of various new and unique initiatives is essential for document preparation. For this, presentations on various aspects such as challenges and drawbacks should be taken in coordination with the officers handling such projects in different cities like Faridabad, Karnal and Gurugram.

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  • The farmers gathered outside the mini-secretariat, Karnal, and demanded the SP to take action against the officials involved in the lathicharge on farmers at Karnal's Bastara on August 28 last year.  They accused the Haryana government of not fulfilling its promise of withdrawing cases registered against them during the farm agitation last year.  (HT Photo)

    Farmers stage protest, accuse Haryana government of not fulfilling promise

    Hundreds of farmers associated with the Samyukt Kisan Morcha on Monday held a protest at Karnal accusing the Haryana government of not fulfilling its promise of withdrawing the cases registered against the farmers during the farm agitation last year. SKM leaders Darshan Pal added that they will take up this issue at the national meeting of the SKM in Delhi on September 4.

  • Students and parents on Monday staged a protest at many government schools in the villages of Hisar and Bhiwani after many eligible teachers got transferred to their preferred schools through the online teachers' policy.  (HT Photo/Representational image)

    Teachers’ transfer triggers protests in Hisar, Bhiwani villages

    Students and parents on Monday staged a protest at many government schools in the villages of Hisar and Bhiwani after many eligible teachers got transferred to their preferred schools through the online teachers’ policy. The villagers of Kirtan village in Hisar protested outside the government school after the post of mathematics teacher (PGT) has been abolished. “This is a pre-planned conspiracy to close government school and promote privatisation,” a resident of Kirtan, Ramandeep Singh added.

  • Some of the entrances for Ludhiana court complex were locked ahead of Bharat Bhushan Ashu's hearing, leaving the public hassled.  (HT Photo)

    Bharat Bhushan Ashu’s hearing: Heavy security at Ludhiana court leaves public hassled

    Litigants on Monday were in for a harrowing time amid enhanced security at the court premises in relation to former cabinet minister Bharat Bhushan Ashu being produced in court for the third time in the Foodgrain Transport Scam by vigilance bureau officials. The district court complex turned into a fortress with a massive police posse being pressed into service. The public were denied entry to the court for over two hours.

  • PU had initiated an inquiry a few days back after the Field Workers Union wrote to the varsity alleging corruption by a junior engineer (HT File)

    Bribe case: PU’s deteriorating image cause for concern, PUTA tells VC

    Days after an alleged case of bribery surfaced at Panjab University, the teaching body on Monday wrote to vice chancellor (VC) Raj Kumar calling for immediate corrective measures by him. Panjab University Teachers Association in a letter to VC said that the reports regarding corruption in the varsity had been making the rounds, which had tarnished the image of pU. After the complaint the university had formed a panel to probe the matter.

  • A 7-month pregnant woman suffered miscarriage after being attacked by husband in Ludhiana.  (HT File)

    7-month pregnant woman suffers miscarriage after being attacked by husband in Ludhiana

    Allegedly thrashed by Kaur’s husband and in-laws, a seven-month pregnant woman suffered a miscarriage. Police have registered a complaint against Jasakran and in-laws. The accused have been identified as Jaskaran Singh of Manakwal village, his father Didar Singh, mother Paramjit Kaur and Aarti Gupta, who Jasakran was allegedly having an affair with. In her complaint the complainant, Rajandeep Kaur, said she married the accused Jaskaran Singh eight months ago.

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