Haryana

A Campaign Demanding Gender Equality Launched in Haryana

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Chandigarh. April 27, 2017: Speaking at the Leadership Summit on Gender based Violence and Launch of Mobile Caravans organised at Haryana Niwas in Chandigarh by Save the Children and State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (SCPCR) in Haryana, Smt Kavita Jain, Minister WCD, Haryana, highlighted the need for sensitization of masses on changing perspective towards girl child. The minister ...

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Haryana Govt. to Arrest Farmers Who’ll Burn Stubble in Fields

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Haryana’s farmers are going to see tough times ahead if they continue Stubble burning as a practice in the Haryana state. Haryana Government has issued notifications in public interest to create awareness amongst farmers about the harmful effects of stubble burning on people, state, environment and health. But, the farmers intentionally or unintentionally, in ignorance or in casual mode have ...

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Haryana Increases DA For All its Government Employees

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Haryana government is thriving best to work towards the development of the state as well as of its people. That is why it has increased the Dearness Allowance (DA) of all the government employees across the state to 4%. Increased DA by the Haryana Government In a notification released by the Finance Department of the Haryana Government, it was declared ...

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Haryana to Provide Free Accidental Insurance For Everyone

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Good news for the residents of Haryana. The Haryana government has made a decision which will benefit the residents of Haryana in the case of an accident.  On Tuesday, The Haryana government decided to provide accident insurance cover. The accident insurance cover will be for all the residents of Haryana in the age group of 18 to 70 years. Accident ...

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Aspiring to Become a Constable or SI in Haryana – Written Test Must For Selection

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Haryana Government encore has taken a step ahead by introducing stringent norms for candidates aspiring to become a constable or a Sub-Inspector through a written test in an attempt to reform and revolutionise the ‘Police service rules’. Incorporating a written test prior to physical and medical tests surely would bring in all-rounders and cream of the aspirants who would be ...

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