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All Women Police Station for Haryana

HARYANA.

If you are an Indian and you have read about this state, what is the first thing that comes to your mind?

Kurukshetra, the battlefield of Mahabharata or the most skewed sex ratio? 694 more words

India

Indian state establishes all-women police force

On August 28, Haryana, a state in northern India, established an all-female squad of 27 policewomen that the police commissioner called a “one-stop shop for women.” Led by inspector Umesh Bala, a 30-year veteran of the police force, the station will deal with crimes against women which are mostly “sexual harassment and stalking,” she told the BBC. 66 more words

Human And Civil Rights

Gurgaon Not Showing Healthy Signs

Keeping the parameters of prescribed smart city ingredients by the government aside the city needs a lot of improvement to be called smart enough.  Gurgaon is one of those districts that has expanded immensely in just three decades. 284 more words

Real Estate

Google to Promote Digital Literacy in Haryana (North India)

Search engine giant Google has entered into a memorandum of understanding with the government of Haryana to promote digital literacy in the state.

Google will undertake a digital literacy drive covering Internet safety in government schools, and also conduct a similar exercise for government officials. 338 more words

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Google to Promote Digital Literacy in Haryana

Search engine giant Google has entered into a memorandum of understanding with the government of Haryana to promote digital literacy in the state.

Google will undertake a digital literacy drive covering Internet safety in government schools, and also conduct a similar exercise for government officials. 342 more words

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Hindustan Times - Kirpan an ornament of Sikh religion, Haryana tells high court

HT Correspondent

Chandigarh, 13 August 2015. The Haryana government on Wednesday told the Punjab and Haryana high court that it is of the view that kirpan should be considered as an ornament relating to the religion of Sikhs and there should be no restriction on wearing kirpan by Sikhs while appearing in the court. 298 more words

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