Sunday, March 31, 2013

Haryana to regularize unauthorized colonies

By Haryananewswire4u
 Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda today said that with a view to regularized the unauthorized colonies in the State, a draft Bill has been prepared and the government would try to get it passed at the earliest possible. 
Mr. Hooda was addressing a largely attended public meeting organized by Chief Parliamentary Secretary Ms. Sharda Rathore at Dussehra Ground in Ballabhgarh today. 
Mr. Hooda said that he has urged the Central Government to start the work on Ballabhgarh-Faridabad metro before ensuing Lok Sabha elections and get an elevated flyover constructed to pass over Ballabhgarh.
The Chief Minister, who was highly impressed with the massive gathering at the public meeting, accepted the demands put forwarded by Ms. Rathore and announced to give Rs. 20 crore for Ward No. 34 and 35, Rs. 5 crore for beautification of Ballabhgarh constituency and construct a sports stadium in Ballabhgarh, provide a place for Chhath Puja and said that a community centre would be got constructed for Muslim community. He also announced a new library, upgradation of schools and added that the demand for free hold of 1050 shops that were on lease would be considered sympathetically. 
Mr. Hooda said that he has already sent a written communication to the Central Government urging for construction of an elevated flyover in Ballabhgarh so as to ease congestion of traffic on the pattern of Panipat. He said that he would pursue the issue with the Central government. He also said that a survey would be got conducted for the Tirkha colony, Bhatia Colony, Raghubir Colony, Shiv Colony and Nahar Singh Colony so as to consider giving relief to their residents.
Mr. Hooda said that the last Plan budget of the previous government led by Mr. Om Parkash Chautala in the state was Rs. 2200 crore. As compared to it, the present Congress government would spend more than this as its share to connect Faridabad and Ballabhgarh with metro. He said that MP Mr. Avtar Singh Badhana and Ms. Sharda Rathore had repeatedly stressed the need to connect Ballabhgarh with metro. Metro is necessary for Ballabhgarh to give full benefit of metro to Faridabad and Palwal. While the work for Faridabad project is in progress, for Ballabhgarh the work of metro would commence before Lok Sabha elections. 
Mr. Hooda said that the INLD-BJP government had spent Rs. 422.99 crore on development of Faridabad district whereas the present Congress government has already spent Rs. 3283.85 crore for the same purpose. Similarly, the INLD-BJP government had spent Rs 87.45 crore on development of Ballabhgarh assembly constituency but the present Congress government has spent Rs. 378.6 crore.
He said that former Chief Ministers Mr. Chautala and Mr. Bhajan Lal had got set up one university each and that too in their respective districts whereas the present government is setting up universities in Faridabad, Gurgaon, Mahendergarh, Sonipat, Jhajjar and Hisar. As a result of it the state would emerge as an education hub of international standard. 
MP Mr. Avtar Singh Badhana assured Mr. Hooda that the way he has upheld the dignity of the people of Faridabad by ensuring all around development, the people would make Congress victorious in all the nine assembly constituencies in the ensuing Assembly elections.
MP Mr. Deepender Singh Hooda appreciated that a large number of women had come to attend the rally. He also supported the demands of the people of the area.
Ms Sharda Rathore submitted the demands of the area and appreciated the support of MP Mr. Deepender Singh Hooda in the development of the area. 
Others present in the rally included Health Minister, Rao Narinder Singh, Political Advisor to Chief Minister, Prof. Virender, MLAs Mr. Raghbir Twetia, Mr. Anand Kaushik, former MLA Mr. Uday Bhan and other prominent personalities of the area.    

Four officers of Public Relations Dept retire

 by Haryananewswire
An Additional Director and four officials of Haryana Information, Public Relations and Cultural Affairs Department  retired today after attaining the age of superannuation.

            Mr Ram Bhagat, Additional Director (Research and Reference) retired after serving the Department for about 32 years in many capacities. He had joined the Department in April 1981.
            The four officials who retired today included Mr Azad Singh, Assistant Information and Public Relations Officer, Meham, Mr Raj Singh, Superintendent in the office of District Information and Public Relations Officer, Sonepat, Mr Sube Singh, Assistant in the office of District Information and Public Relations Officer, Jhajjar, and Mr Mange Ram Sharma, Block Publicity Worker, office of  District Information and Public Relations Officer, Kaithal,.

Renu appointed Housing Board chairperson

By Haryananewswire
The  Haryana Government has appointed Ms. Renu S. Nagar Poswal as chairperson, Housing Board with immediate effect.

Online applications for Post-Matric scholarship

By Haryananewswire
The Haryana Social Justice and Empowerment Department has invited online applications for Post-Matric scholarship for students belonging to the minority communities for the year 2013-14.
          While stating this today, a spokesman of the Department said that the applicants could send their fresh applications   by September 30 and applications for renewal  by December 10, 2013. He said that students belonging to the minority communities namely Muslim, Sikh, Buddhist, Christian and Zoroastrian notified by the Central Government pursuing higher education, from class XI to Ph.D, including technical and vocational courses of industrial centres affiliated with National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT) in government, recognized school and Institute could apply for the scholarship to be awarded by the Union Ministry of Minority Affairs.
          He said that courses other than those listed under Merit-cum-Means Scholarship Scheme would be covered under the Post-Matric Scholarship Scheme.
          He said that only   Indian citizens permanently residing in Haryana State are eligible for this scholarship. The annual income from all sources of the student’s parents or guardian should not exceed Rs two lakh. The continuance of award would be subject to securing 50 per cent marks in the previous examination. The income certificate should be issued by first Class Magistrate (Sub Divisional Magistrate or Tehsildar) and Minority Community Certificate should be issued by Sub Divisional Magistrate otherwise application would be rejected.
Aadhar Card Number being must to apply online, the students are advised to make their Aadhar Card. The students should fill his or her account number to apply online application and their account number should be Aadhar enabled. Scholarship would not be given to more than two students in a family. A scholarship holder under this scheme would not avail of any other scholarship or stipend for pursuing the same course. Thirty  per cent of scholarships are reserved for girl students, he added.
         The students who are studying in other state but are domicile of Haryana would also apply online. The students are advised to read the terms and conditions and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) available on the homepage of the website filling the online application.  
Eligible candidates under this scheme would send their applications alongwith the attested copies of previous final examination certificate, income certificate and Minority Community Certificate, otherwise application would be rejected. The candidates would send hard copy of their online application to Director General, Social Justice and Empowerment Department Haryana, Chandigarh. For more details candidate could also log on or dial 0172-2703522 and 09478798507.

Friday, March 29, 2013

Chandigarh to host two-day National Space Conference

by Haryananewswire
 Chandigarh is all set to host mega National Conference on Space for Students. The event is being organized jointly by the International Space Society (ISS) and the Society for Promotion of Science & Technology in India (SPSTI). 
The theme of the Conference is Astronomy. The event will take place in the Tagore Theatre on April 4 and 5. More than 1,500 students from various schools from this region, far and near, college students, teachers and others are likely to attend the conference.
The basic objective of holding the Conference is to expose the young minds to current theories on the structure and evolution of the universe. With this objective, a number of eminent Indian space scientists and astrophysicists will deliver lectures on important aspects of universe and interact with the audience.
 Also included in the program are night sky-watching and a quiz on Astronomy for children to be conducted by Professors J. S. Bagla of IISER, Mohali and Sandeep Sahijpal of Department of Physics, Panjab University.
 All events are open to the public and there is no fee for attending them.
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Chhatar Singh re-appointed after attaining superannuation

By Haryananewswire
The Haryana Government  today granted re-employment to Mr Chhatar Singh, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, for three months after attaining the age of superannuation on March 31,2013.
The re-employment will be as such from April 1 to June 30,2013.

HUDA to allot freehold sites to recognized political parties

By Haryananewswire 
 Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) has decided to allot sites to recognized political parties on freehold basis to construct party headquarters at Panchkula.
          While giving this information here today, a spokesman of the HUDA said that, therefore, applications have been invited from recognized political parties for the allotment of   sites in sector-32 of Panchkula. The   area of each site will be 4087 sq. mtr and it would have tentative cost of over Rs. 8.29 crore.The last date for receipt of applications is April 29, 2013.
          He said that only National recognized political parties and Haryana State recognized political parties would be eligible to apply. However, such political parties having no member in the Legislative Assembly of Haryana as on the last date of receipt of applications would not be eligible to apply. Apart from this, the political party would not be eligible to apply if a site has already been allotted to it in Panchkula Urban Estate, he added.
          He said that application complete in all respects, in the prescribed format would have to be submitted on A4 size paper in the office of Estate Officer, HUDA, Panchkula. The application should be accompanied by a Demand Draft of Rs. 82, 96,610, equivalent to 10 per cent of the total tentative cost of the plot at the rate of Rs. 20,300 per sq. mtr. The Demand Draft should be drawn in favour of Estate Officer, HUDA, Panchkula payable at Panchkula.
          He said that the application should be signed by the President of the State Unit of the Political Party. All other terms and conditions as were applicable to the institutional sites would also be applicable to the site to be allotted to political parties.
He said that incomplete or unsigned applications, applications received without earnest money or after closing date would not be entertained. The format of application and important terms and condition can be downloaded from HUDA’s website