Haryana Urban Local Bodies Department has issued notification for the delimitation of wards of Municipal Corporation, Karnal.
While giving this information here today, a spokesman of the Department said that areas in Ward No.1 are Villages Baldi, Jhanjari, Kailash, Uchani, Mangalpur and colonies of Basant Vihar, Indira Vikas Colony, Sector-28, 28A,29, Lodhi Colony, Oasis Resort, Baljeet Enclave, Alpha City and NBAGR. Similarly, Ward No.2 includes R.K.Puram, Ashoka Nursery, Palam Colony, Krishna Colony, Baghpati, Arya Puram,LIC Colony, Shakti Puram, Power House Colony, Sector-32, Beeru Colony, Tikra Colony, Ror Colony and village Budha Khera and Preetam Nagar.
He said that Ward No. 3 included SP Colony, DC Colony, Rajiv Puram, Village Phoosgarh, Vikas Nagar, Nirmal Vihar Colony, Narinder Colony and Bank Colony. Similarly, Ward No. 4 included Uttam Nagar, Durga Colony, Canal Area, Karan Vihar, Prithvi Vihar, Sugar Mill, MC Colony, MITC Colony, Saraswati Vihar, Krishna Colony and Bhatta Colony. Ward No. 5 included JBB Apartments, Palm Residency, Sector-4 Housing Board, Vikas Colony, Ashok Vihar, Rampura Katabag, Gopi Wali Gamari, Gopi Colony, Ansal Town, Ansal API, Sector-35 A and Sector-35.
Haryana Urban Local Bodies Department has issued notification
He said that Ward No.6 included areas Truck Union, Village Kambopura, DAV Police Public School, Sirsi Village, Ambedkar Colony, Daha-Jagir village, Madanpur, Sector-3, Vegetable and Grain Market Sector-3, HSIIDC, Ramdev Colony, Mangal Colony, Part-II, Chand Sarai, Deha Basti and Khera Colony, whereas Ward No. 7 included Ashok Nagar, Balmiki Basti, DC Colony, New Rajinder Nagar, Kalandri Gate Outer, Sector-14 part-1 and Part-2, Buta Singh Colony, Moti Nagar, Pritam Nagar, Sector-16 and Meera Ghati. Ward No.8 included Sector-5 part-1 and 2, Chamba Colony, Sector-6 Housing Board, Sector-6 and Sector -14 part-1 and areas included in Ward No. 9 are Sector-7, 8 and 9, ITI Colony and BSNL Colony and Ward No.10 included New Housing Board, Sector-13 extension, Sector-13 and Old Housing Board.
He said that areas included in Ward No. 11 are IARI, Balmiki Basti, Dayanand Colony, LIC Quarter, ICAR, DWR, Model Town, Saini Colony, NDRI, New Wazir Chand Colony, Sector-31, Nayapuri, FCI Godown, Sector-12 part1 and Part-2, KCMC Campus and CSSRI, whereas Ward No. 12 included Diwan Colony, Char Chaman, Jarnally Colony, Old Sabzi Mandi, Dayal Singh Colony, Adarsh Nagar, Randhir Colony, Old Tehsil, Rambagh, Purshotam Graden, Avtar Colony, Ashoka Colony, Duggal Colony, Arjun Nagar, Azad Nagar, Subhash Colony, Indira Colony, Chaudhary Colony, Officers colony, Mahila Asharam, Sant Nagar, Chaman Garden, Chaman Garden Extension and Bank Colony, Ward No 13 included Sadar Bazar, Ibrahim Mandi, Drabi Line, Topkhana, Old Anaj Mandi, Bhim Nagar and Vakhilpura, Ward No.14 included Bhram Nagar, Gopi Wala Bagh, Jankpuri, Jawhar Nagar, Upkar Colony, Ramesh Nagar, Dayalpura Gate, Bhagat Mandi, Ravi Dass Pura, New Ramesh Nagar, Banso Gate and Ward No. 15 included Jundla Gate, Kot Mohalla, Chaura Bazar, Gausi Mohalla, Banso Gate, Holi Mohalla, Kalandri Gate, Arjun Gate, Subash Gate and Jatto Gate.
He said that areas included in Ward No.16 are Bhatt Colony, Gobind Colony, Indira Colony, Bahadur Chand Colony, New Bahadur Chand Colony, Luv-Kush Colony, Balmiki Colony, Dinga Khera, Gita Colony, Shri Ram Colony, Shalimar Colony, Shiva G Colony, Anand Vihar, Rajiv Colony and Kodhi Colony and Ward No. 17 included Hakikat Nagar, Mahavir Colony, Shiv Colony and Shashtri Nagar. Similarly, Ward No. 18 included Prem Nagar, Jyoti Nagar, Yamuna Vihar, District Jail, Balaji Colony, Ekta Colony, Gurunanak Pura, Prem Colony, Mann Colony, Deha Basti and Friends Colony, Ward No.19 included Ram Nagar, Madrasi Colony and New Prem Nagar and Ward No. 20 included CHD City, Dholgarh, Gandhi Nagar, Zarifa Viran, New Nasib Puram, Pal Nagar, Saidpura, Uchana, Vijay Nagar and Shanti Nagar.
Chandigarh, August 23 – Haryana Health Minister, Mr. Anil Vij has directed the Director General Health to submit investigation report within 24 hours of the case in which a new-born died after ambulance got stuck in jam caused by the cycle rally of the Congress party. Apart from this, he said that he has raised this issue with Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal and demanded police action in this matter.
He said that as the directions of the Chief Minister, the Director General Health has been directed to constitute Special Investigation Team and get the matter investigated at the earliest so that action could be initiated against the guilty. It has been directed to register case soon after receiving complaint from the victim family. It may be recalled that an ambulance got stuck in traffic jam caused due to cycle rally of the Haryana Pradesh Congress Chief, Dr. Ashok Tanwar.
Taking strict cognizance in the matter, Mr. Vij said that stopping ambulance in any condition is intolerable and inhuman. He said, “It had been informed that during cycle rally, the Congress party workers were dancing in front of the ambulance thus causing obstruction to it for long time due to which the new-born died. This is a serious matter, and those found guilty would not be spared”, he added.
Chandigarh, Aug 23- Haryana government has issued transfer orders of one IAS and two HCS officers with immediate effect.
Pradeep Dahiya, Additional Deputy Commissioner-cum-Chief Executive Officer, District Rural Development Agency, Nuh and Secretary, Regional Transport Authority, Nuh has been given additional charge of Additional Deputy Commissioner-cum-Chief Executive Officer, District Rural Development Agency, Nuh and Secretary, Regional Transport Authority, Palwal.
Parvesh Kumar, awaiting orders of posting, has been posted as Secretary, Haryana Shahari Vikas Pradhikaran, Panchkula and has also been given the additional charge of Secretary, Housing Board.
Suresh Kumar Chahal, awaiting orders of posting, has been posted as Sub Divisional Officer (Civil)-cum-Additional Collector, Hathin.
Chandigarh August 23: Buoyed with all-round development of Haryana and with ample investment opportunities, Northern Lakes Data Corporation (NLDC), a leading USA based Company has offered to invest Rs 200 crore in Haryana to further strengthen public transport system and mobility. This would create 2000 direct and indirect employment opportunities for the youth in the State.
The offer was made by Vice President (Transportation), NLDC, Mr Michael Wayne Stewart when a delegation led by him called on the Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal here today. NLDC is based in Minnesota, USA and has expertise in providing state-of-the-art back office solutions to the Transportation, tolling and public safety.
Initially, NLDC plans to invest Rs 200 crore in the first phase and after the success of the project, the Company would come up with more investment in the bus-transportation system in the State, said Mr Michael. He also offered to provide 250 regular buses and 10 luxury buses to the State for plying on different routes as per the requirement.
Mr Michael hailed the accomplishments of the State Government led by Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal, especially the construction of the 135 km Kundli-Manesar-Palwal Expressway and said that this Expressway would open new vistas of the development in the State.
He said that the Company has also a plan to introduce a bus e-ticketing system statewide including Long-Haul Buses through the Point of Sale (POS) devise besides upgrading all existing and new buses with GPS tracking devices to facilitate the passengers with safety, reliability and comfort. The Company also has dedicated team of experts that could support the State Government in better audit controls and reduce operational costs, he added.
He said that the other facilities which the Company plans to introduce in the State included epass management system, real time passenger information system, back office to support reporting and financial reconciliation and central command and control centre.
It was informed in the meeting that tenders had been floated for the purchase of 700 new buses out of which the State Government got the delivery of 510 buses. A fresh tender would be made soon for the purchase of remaining 190 buses.
Among those present in meeting included Chief Secretary Mr D.S Dhesi, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Mr Rajesh Khullar, Additional Chief Secretary Transport Mr Dhanpat Singh, other members of the delegation namely Senior Manager Business Development, Asia Pacific, Mr Bo Austin, Director Set Infotech Private Limited, Bengaluru Mr Sethu Somasundaram, Mr Saurabh Srivastava, Mr Raja Gopal and Mr Arvind Duhan.
Chandigarh, August 23- Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal has expressed grief over the sad demise of Mr Kuldip Nayar, a veteran journalist, an eminent writer and a former Member of Parliament in the Rajya Sabha. Mr Nayar was 95 and breathed his last in New Delhi, yesterday.
In a condolence message issued here today, the Chief Minister said that Mr Nayar was an intellectual, who fought for the freedom of press for a long period. Through his writings, he has left an indelible imprint on people, for which he would always be remembered.
The Chief Minister conveyed his heartfelt sympathies to the members of the bereaved family and prayed to the Almighty that the departed soul may rest in peace.
The Media Advisor to Chief Minister, Mr Rajiv Jain, Principal Secretary, Information, Public Relations and Languages, Mr Rajesh Khullar and Director General, Information, Public Relations and Languages, Mr Sameer Pal Srow also mourned the death of Mr Kuldip Nayar.
Chandigarh, August 23 – In Haryana, harvesting of paddy without Straw Management System (SMS) will not be allowed. Apart from this, 108 Custom Hiring Centers (CHCs) have so far been set up in Kaithal district and 112 more CHCs would be set up by the end of the year.
This was informed by Principal Secretary, Haryana Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare Department, Dr. Abhilaksh Likhi during the inspection of new CHCs being run by farmer Mr. Gulab Singh of village Kaul and farmer Mr. Rajbir Singh, son Om Prakash, village Sakra, at district Kaithal today.
The Principal Secretary informed the farmers’ groups about the main schemes being run by the Department so that they can avail their benefits.
He said that the main objective of the Super Straw Management System (SMS) is to cut the crop residue into small pieces so that farmers would not have to burn them and they can sow the next crop. Applications for this device can be submitted to the Department. He said that the government is giving special emphasis to the crop residue management and as per the orders issued by the Haryana State Pollution Control Board, installation of Super Straw Management System (SMS) equipment with Harvesting Combiners has been mandatory.
He informed the farmers that the main purpose of CHCs is to manage crop residue. Dr Likhi said that the State Government has made a provision to provide 80 per cent grant on the purchase of agriculture equipment through CHC and 50 per cent grant in case of individual purchase.
He said that the Central Government has provided Rs 137 crore for crop residual management in the state. He said that special awareness campaigns have also been launched at village, block and district level. The state aims to set up 900 enterprises based CHCs and to provide benefits to 5,536 individual farmers through subsidy.
No.IPRDH/2018, Haryana Urban Local Bodies Department has issued notification.