Monday, September 29, 2014

360 nomination papers rejected in Haryana

CHANDIGARH, SEPT 29
 In view from the Assembly Elections to be held on October 15 in Haryana, nominations of 360 candidates have been rejected today after scrutiny of the nomination papers.
          While giving this information today, Chief Electoral Officer, Haryana, Mr. Shrikant Walgad said that nomination papers of total 1925 candidates were scrutinized. He said that now total 1565 candidates were remaining which included 1403 male and 162 female candidates. He said that after scrutiny, minimum of seven candidates were left in Shahbad Assembly Constituency whereas maximum of 40 candidates were left in Assandh Assembly Constituency.
          Giving detailed information, Mr. Walgad said that nominations of three candidates from Kalka Assembly Constituency and five from Panchkula Assembly Constituency have been rejected. Similarly, nominations of four candidates from Naraingarh and two each from Ambala Cantonment Assembly Constituency and Ambala City Assembly Constituency have been rejected. He said that nominations of two candidates from Sadhaura Assembly Constituency, five from Jagadhari Assembly Constituency, four each from Yamunanagar Assembly Constituency and Radaur Assembly Constituency have been rejected.
          He said that nominations of five candidates each from Ladwa, Shahbad and Thanesar Assembly Constituencies and four candidates from Pehowa Assembly Constituency have been rejected. Likewise, nominations of four candidates from Guhla Assembly Constituency, six each from Kalayat and Kaithal Assembly Constituencies and two from Pundri Assembly Constituency have been rejected. Nominations of four candidates each from Nilokheri and Karnal Assembly Constituencies, five from Indri Assembly Constituency, two from Gharaunda Assembly Constituency and three from Assandh Assembly Constituency have been rejected.
          Nominations of five candidates from Panipat Rural Assembly Constituency, two from Panipat City Assembly Constituency, three from Israna Assembly Constituency and four from Samalkha Assembly Constituency have been rejected. Similarly, nominations of four candidates each from Ganaur, Kharkhoda and Sonepat Assembly Constituencies, six from Rai Assembly Constituency, three from Gohana Assembly Constituency and five from Baroda Assembly Constituency have been rejected.
          He said that nominations of four candidates from Julana Assembly Constituency, three from Safidon Assembly Constituency, seven from Jind Assembly Constituency and three each from Uchana Kalan and Narwana Assembly Constituencies have been rejected. Nominations of three candidates from Tohana Assembly Constituency and four candidates each from Fatehabad, Ratia and Kalanwali Assembly Constituencies have been rejected. Similarly, nominations of five candidates from Dabwali Assembly Constituency, four from Rania Assembly Constituency, seven from Sirsa Assembly Constituency and three from Ellenabad Assembly Constituency have been rejected. Likewise, nominations of three candidates from Adampur Assembly Constituency, four each from Uklana and Narnaud Assembly Constituencies, seven from Hansi Assembly Constituency, five each from Barwala and Hisar Assembly Constituencies and four from Nalwa Assembly Constituency have been rejected.
          He said that nomination of five candidates from Loharu Assembly Constituency, six from Badhra Assembly Constituency, five from Dadri Assembly Constituency, seven from Bhiwani Assembly Constituency, nine from Tosham Assembly Constituency and four from Bhawani Khera Assembly Constituency have been rejected. Similarly, nominations of three candidates from Mehem Assembly Constituency, five from Garhi Sampla-Kiloi Assembly Constituency, two from Rohtak Assembly Constituency, and four from Kalanaur Assembly Constituency have been rejected. Likewise, nominations of four candidates from Badli Assembly Constituency, three from Jhajjar Assembly Constituency and four from Beri Assembly Constituency have been rejected.
          Mr. Walgad said that nominations of three candidates from Ateli Assembly Constituency, six from Narnaul Assembly Constituency and two from Nagal Chaudhary have been rejected. Similarly, nominations of five candidates from Bawal Assembly Constituency and four each from Kosli and Rewari Assembly Constituencies have been rejected. He said that nominations of three candidates each from Pataudi and Badshahpur Assembly Constituencies, four from Gurgaon Assembly Constituency and five from Sohna Assembly Constituency have been rejected. Likewise, nominations of three candidates from Nuh, four each from Ferozepur Jhirka and Punhana Assembly Constituencies have been rejected.
          He said that nominations of four candidates from Hathin Assembly Constituency, seven from Hodal Assembly Constituency and two from Palwal Assembly Constituency have been rejected. Similarly, nominations of four candidates from Prithla Assembly Constituency, three from Faridabad NIT Assembly Constituency, five from Badhkal Assembly Constituency, seven from Ballabgarh Assembly Constituency, two from Faridabad Assembly Constituency and three from Tigaon Assembly Constituency have been rejected.

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Kurukshetra Varsity declares B Ed results

CHANDIGARH, SEPT 25
Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra has declared the result of B.Ed in a record short duration. The pass percentage of B.Ed examination is 58.92 per cent whereas that of B.Ed Correspondence is 73.50 per cent.
          While giving this information today, a spokesman of the University said that a total of 26502 students had appeared in the B.Ed examination held in the month of July out of which 15617 have qualified. He said that the result of B.Ed Correspondence first and second year has also been declared today. A total of 122 candidates had appeared in the final year examination of B.Ed Correspondence out of which 90 candidates have qualified and the total pass percentage has been 73.70. Similarly, 410 candidates had appeared in the first year examination of B.Ed correspondence out of which 248 have qualified and the total pass percentage is  60.48.
          He said that results of other examinations would soon be declared and candidates could check the result on the website of the University.
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Secondary first Semester Exam of Science cancelled

CHANDIGARH, SEPT 25
Following reports of external and internal intervention, the Haryana Board of School Education, Bhiwani has cancelled the examination  of Secondary First Semester Exam of Science held on September 18 at examination centre Government Senior Secondary School for Girls (GSSSG), Dhani Mahu, district Bhiwani and GSSSG, Alawalpur, district Palwal. Similarly, the Secondary First Semester Exam of Social Science held on September 20 at three examination centres of Government Senior Secondary School (GSSS), Nagina namely Nagina-2 (B-1), Nagina-3 (B-2) and Nagina-4 (B-3) and at examination centre GSSS, Taoru-9 (B-2) district Mewat have been cancelled.
While giving this information today, a spokesman of the Board said that the reports of interventions given by various flying squads of Board Administration have been checked and exams of these examination centres have been cancelled.
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200 candidates file nomination papers in Haryana

CHANDIGARH, SEPT 25
As many as 200 candidates have filed their nomination papers for the Haryana Assembly Elections to be held on October 15. So far, 295 candidates have filed their nominations.
          While giving this information today, Chief Electoral Officer, Haryana, Mr. Shrikant Walgad said that six candidates from Panchkula Assembly Constituency, four candidates from Naraingarh Assembly Constituency, three candidates from Ambala Cantonment Assembly Constituency, two candidates from Ambala City Assembly Constituency, six candidates from Sadhaura Assembly Constituency and one candidate each from Jagadhari, Yamunanagar and Radaur Assembly Constituencies have filed their nominations.
          He said that two candidates from Ladwa Assembly Constituency, one candidate from Thanesar Assembly Constituency, two candidates from Pehowa Assembly Constituency, four candidates from Guhla Assembly Constituency, three candidates from Nilokheri Assembly Constituency, six candidates from Indri Assembly Constituency, two candidates each from Karnal and Gharaunda Assembly Constituencies and eight candidates from Assandh Assembly Constituency have filed their nominations. Similarly, four candidates from Panipat Rural Assembly Constituency, two candidates from Panipat City Assembly Constituency, four candidates from Samalkha Assembly Constituency, three candidates from Gannaur, two candidates from Sonepat Assembly Constituency, four candidates from Gohana Assembly Constituency, one candidate from Safidon Assembly Constituency, three candidates each from Jind, Uchana Kalan and Narwana Assembly Constituencies, two candidates from Tohana Assembly Constituency, six candidates each from Fatehabad and Ratia Assembly Constituencies have filed their nominations.
          Mr. Walgad said that one candidate from Kalanwali Assembly Constituency, two candidates from Dabwali Assembly Constituency, three candidates from Rania Assembly Constituency, two candidates from Sirsa Assembly Constituency, one candidate from Ellenabad Assembly Constituency, two candidates each from Adampur and Uklana Assembly Constituencies, three candidates from Narnaund, one candidate from Hansi Assembly Constituency, three candidates each from Hisar and Nalwa Assembly Constituencies, four candidates from Loharu, two candidates from Badhda Assembly Constituency, three candidates from Dadri Assembly Constituency, four candidates from Bhiwani Assembly Constituency and one candidate each from Tosham and Bawani Khera Assembly Constituencies have filed their nominations.
          He said that two candidates from Meham Assembly Constituency, one candidate from Rohtak Assembly Constituency, two candidates from Kalanaur Assembly Constituency, one candidate from Bahadurgarh Assembly Constituency, four candidates from Badli, one candidate from Jhajjar, two candidates each from Beri and Ateli Assembly Constituencies and nine candidates from Narnaul Assembly Constituency have filed their nominations. Similarly, one candidate from Pataudi Assembly Constituency, two candidates from Badshahpur Assembly Constituency, four candidates from Gurgaon Assembly Constituency, five candidates from Sohna Assembly Constituency, one candidate from Nuh Assembly Constituency, three candidates from Ferozepur Jhirka Assembly Constituency, two candidates from Punhana Assembly Constituency, one candidate from Hathin Assembly Constituency, three candidates each from Hodal and Palwal Assembly Constituencies, two candidates from Prithla Assembly Constituency, four candidates from Faridabad Assembly Constituency, three candidates from Badkhal Assembly Constituency, one candidate from Ballabhgarh Assembly Constituency, two candidates from Faridabad Assembly Constituency and four candidates from Tigaon Assembly Constituency have filed their nominations.
          Mr. Walgad said that today total 251 nominations have been made and so far 346 nomination papers have been filed. The last date for filing nomination papers is September 27 and the candidates could file their nomination papers between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. upto that date.   The scrutiny of nomination papers would be carried out on September 29 and candidates would be able to withdraw their candidature by October 1. The polling will be held on October 15 and counting of votes would be held on October 19. The process of elections would come to an end by October 22, he added.
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Monday, September 22, 2014

17 more candidates file nomination papers

CHANDIGARH, SEPT 22
 As many as 17 candidates today filed their nomination papers for the Assembly Elections to be held on October 15 in Haryana. So far, 22 candidates have filed their nominations.
           While giving this information here today, Chief Electoral Officer, Haryana, Mr. Shrikant Walgad said that Independent Candidate Mr. Manoj Kumar has filed nomination paper from Ambala City Assembly Constituency and Independent Candidates Mr. Lal Singh and Mr. Jai Chand Chauhan have filed nominations from Jagadhari Assembly Constituency of district Yamunanagar.
          He said that candidate of National Jan Shakti Party, Mr. Ramnik Singh has filed nominations from Ladwa Assembly Constituency of district Kurukshetra, candidate of Socialist Unity Centre of India Communist (SUCIC) Party, Mr. Mahavir Singh has filed nominations from Pundri Assembly Constituency of district Kaithal, candidate of SUCIC Party Mr. Harish has filed nominations from Rohtak Assembly Constituency and Independent Candidate Mr. Attar Lal has filed nominations from Ateli Assembly Constituency of district Mahendergarh.
          Mr. Walgad said that Independent Candidate Mr. Ali Hasan Sultan from Badkhal Assembly Constituency of district Faridabad and Independent Candidates Mrs. Chanderwati and Mr. Inderpal have filed nominations from Faridabad Assembly Constituency. While, Independent Candidate Mr. Inderjeet has filed nominations from Ratia Assembly Constituency of district Fatehabad and Independent Candidate Mr. Devi Lal has filed nominations from Fatehabad Assembly Constituency.
          He said that candidate of Rashtrawadi Parivartan Party Mr. Hans Raj has filed nominations from Bawani Khera Assembly Constituency of district Bhiwani, candidate of SUCIC Party Mr. Rohtas has filed nominations from Tosham Assembly Constituency and Independent Candidate Mr. Vijay Kumar Sharma has filed nominations from Bhiwani Assembly Constituency. He said that Independent Candidates Mr. Balwant and Mr. Raj Singh have filed their nominations from Adampur Assembly Constituency of district Hisar and Narnaund Assembly Constituency respectively.
          Mr. Walgad said that the last date for filing nomination papers is September 27 and the candidates could file their nomination papers between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. upto that date. He made it clear that on September 23 and 25 there would be holidays in government offices of Haryana, but these would not be considered as public holidays according to the Negotiable Instrumental Act 1881. Therefore, candidates could file their nomination papers on these days.
          The scrutiny of nomination papers would be carried out on September 29 and candidates would be able to withdraw their candidature by October 1. The polling will be held on October 15 and counting of votes would be held on October 19. The process of elections would come to an end by October 22, he added.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

29306 HPU employees contribute one day's salary for JK flood victims

CHANDIGARH, SEPT 18
All the 29306 regular employees of Haryana Power Utilities (HPU) will voluntarily contribute their one day’s salary towards Chief Minister Relief Fund for assistance of flood victims in Jammu and Kashmir.
                A spokesman of HPU said here today that the employees had contributed Rs. 2.26 crore for the benefit of victims of natural disaster in Uttrakhand last year.
 200 HARYANA OFFICERS DONATE BOOOD: About 200 officers and officials including five women of Haryana Government voluntarily donated their blood at a blood donation camp organized by Rotary Club and Blood Bank Society Resource Center, Chandigarh at Haryana Civil Secretariat, here today.
          Haryana Chief Secretary Mrs. Shakuntla Jakhu, who inaugurated the camp, said that there was no donation greater than blood donation. She described voluntary blood donation as a noble cause to save precious lives. While urging other employees to donate blood, she said that donation of blood gives us a sense of satisfaction.
          There were donors like Mr Ramesh Kumar Thukral of SUGARFED and Mr Deepak of Haryana Civil Secretariat who donated blood for the 49th and 32nd time respectively. Similarly, another donor namely Mr Deepak Bansal donated blood for the 27th time.
 ELECTION GODE VIOLATION NOTICES: Notices for violation of model code of conduct during Vidhan Sabha Elections in Haryana have been served to three persons in district Kurukshetra. They included INLD district President and all of them have been asked to reply within seven days.
       Notices were served to them by Election Officer, Ladwa Assembly Constituency, who is also Additional Deputy Commissioner, Mr. Prabhjot Singh for organizing public meetings without prior approval from election officer. He said that a public meeting was organized for INLD leader Digvijay Singh Chautala at Maharaja Palace in Ladwa Assembly Constituency on September 14 without prior approval. This being violation of model code of conduct, notice was served to INLD district President Kuldeep Multani and Manager of Maharaja Palace, Ladwa who had made available the palace without prior permission.
            Similarly, notice was served to Jitender Singh Khurdban, who violated model code of conduct by conducting a public meeting in Vishvakarma temple and at another temple on September 17 without prior permission.
          It was mandatory for political parties and their candidates to take approval of the district election officer before holding any public meeting and installing loudspeaker so that expenses of the event could be timely added in accounts of respective political party or candidate. Public meeting could only be organized at a scheduled place and no religious place could be utilized for such a purpose, he added.

Haryana Governor apprised of Kukukshetra development

CHANDIGARH, SEPT 18
 A delegation of Kurukshetra citizens led by social activist cum eminent journalist Vijay Sabharwal today called on Haryana Governor Kaptan Singh Solanki at Governor’s house and apprised him about the development of Kurukshetra as an pilgrim centre of the country.
            Besides Mr. Sabharwal, who is also an associate of late Prime Minister Gulzari Lal Nanda, the delegation was comprised  Dr. Himmat Singh Sinha- an old associate of Mr G.L. Nanda, Member of Kurukshetra Development Board, and Research Director, All India Vidhiya Bharti, Kurukshetra,   Krishan Dhamija- Bureau-in-chief Punjab Kesari, Kurukshetra, and Dina Nath Arora- Eminent Lawyer and Former President of District Consumer Forum.
            The delegation apprised the Governor who is also the Chairman of Kurukshetra Development Board (KDB) how the ancient temples and holy tanks which were in dilapidated condition in 60s were restore with the tireless efforts made by late G.L. Nanda, who was the founder chairman of KDB.
            Governor said that he would soon visit Kurukshetra and take personnel feel of the holy town which has relevance for entire mankind as Lord Krishna had delivered the massage of holy Gita at Kurukshetra. He said that all efforts would be made to develop Kurukshetra as an pilgrim tourist centre of International level.