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State has resources to back the welfare announcements: Bhupinder Singh Hooda

Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda said the state was on a sound financial footing and had resources to back the announcements that his government has been making for the welfare of the people. 431 more words


KHAPS- Yay or Nay!?!

In a country like India, where law is just a trophy term just as democracy, education and equality, a khap panchayat is the last thing a woman, or even a man, needs to enforce moral or social order. 485 more words

Sikh24.com - Haryana Assembly Polls: Cracks in HSGMC over seats for Sikhs

Kaithal, Haryana, 27 August 2014. Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (HSGMC) member Amarinder Singh Arora has demanded 15 Assembly seats from the Congress in upcoming elections. 260 more words


The Tribune - Bishnoi-led HJC snaps ties with BJP

Chandigarh, 28 August 2014. Kuldeep Bishnoi-led Haryana Janhit Congress today snapped its three-year-old ties with the BJP ahead of the Assembly election in the state accusing it of “repeated betrayal”, and decided to join hands with former Congress leader Venod Sharma’s Jan Chetna Party (JCP). 719 more words


I have been stalked since school—the torture of women India turns a blind eye to

Two minor girls, Madhu and Nikita, who ended their lives on August 25 after being stalked wrote in their suicide notes “of fear and shame, of disrepute, of tongues wagging”. 1,334 more words

Social Justice? Yeah Right

She remembers going out with three of her friends at around 8’o’clock on the night of 23rd March, to relieve themselves in the middle of a wheat field – a habit they have pursued for years due to the lack of a toilet at their home. 586 more words


The Tribune - Nanded Takht Board row: Badal writes to PM

Chandigarh, 26 August 2014. Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Tuesday sought the intervention of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to “restrain” Maharashtra government from going ahead with its “arbitrary” decision to reduce SGPC’s representation in the Takht Sri Hazur Sahib Board at Nanded. 320 more words