Hooda submits resigrantion to governor
Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Bhupinder Singh Hooda called on Governor Prof. Kaptan Singh Solanki at Haryana Raj Bhawan here today and submitted his resignation.
Haryana creates another history 13 female candidates makes to assembly
For the first time in the history of Haryana, a maximum of 13 female candidates have been declared elected out of a total of 116 such candidates who contested the General Elections to Haryana Vidhan Sabha this year. The elections were held for a total of 90 seats of the Vidhan Sabha.
Taliban Like Punishment: Bihar Youth dies for love after his organ was crushed and eye gouged out
In a shocking and barbaric incident in Bihar, a youth was badly beaten up, one of his eyes gouged out and his private parts were crushed mercilessly in West Champaran district, about 205 kilometres northwest of the state capital, on Saturday. He succumbed to the injuries.
Sirsa Dera tilted scales in favour of BJP in Haryana assembly elections

Controversial Sirsa-based self-styled God of Dera Sacha Sauda, which commands a huge following in some areas of Haryana, came out openly in support of the BJP in the Haryana Assembly elections.

Jayalalithaa releaed from jail after Supreme Court granted her bail
Former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa was released from Bangalore's Parapanna Agrahara prison on Saturday following completion of formalities, after the Supreme Court granted her bail in the disproportionate assets case on Friday.
Punjab-Canada to join hands to develope Punjab into an industrial hub
Canadian Federal Minister of International Trade Mr. Edward Fast today assured the Punjab Chief Minister Mr. Parkash Singh Badal of resolving all the pending bilateral issues of trade, commerce and agriculture related to the state of Punjab on the top priority and suggested an inbuilt mechanism to be mutually developed by both the partners to put these proposals/projects in the fast mode of implementation.
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Unexpected 73.7 per cent highest polling in Haryana
About 73.7 per cent of the more than 1.63 crore electors exercised their right to vote in Haryana upto 6:30 pm as polling was held for general elections in the State today thus breaking the previous record of maximum polling of 72.65 per cent in the year 1967.           While stating this here today, Chief Electoral Officer, Haryana, Mr Shrikant Walgad said that the statistics of votes polled today were preliminary.
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