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<strong>Haryana</strong> government seeks Rs 1,135.91 crore central relief for crop loss

Haryana government seeks Rs 1,135.91 crore central relief for crop loss

31 Mar 2015

Chandigarh: The Haryana government has sought a relief of Rs 1,135.91 crore from the Centre for damage to crops in the state due to untimely rains and hailstorm.

Haryana Government,   Union Consumer Affairs Minister,   Ram Vilas Paswan,   MoS Sanjeev Kumar,   PM Modi,  
Facebook 'logs' into sprawling, garden-roofed office in California

Facebook 'logs' into sprawling, garden-roofed office in California

31 Mar 2015

New York: The 2,800-strong Facebook workforce has another reason to press the 'like' button: The social networking site has moved some of them into a 430,000 sq ft sprawling complex with a nine-acre roof garden in California, the mere sight of which could leave anyone out of breath – literally.

Facebook,   Facebook employees,   Facebook office,   Facebook like,   Facebook California office,   Facebook building,  
Passengers suffer across <strong>Haryana</strong> as <strong>roadways</strong> staff on strike

Passengers suffer across Haryana as roadways staff on strike

17 Mar 2015

Chandigarh: Thousands of commuters on Tuesday faced inconvenience across Haryana as the bus services remained paralysed after employees of the state roadways went on a one-day strike to protest against the issuance of new time-table for private bus operators.

Haryana raodways,   Bus services strike,   Issuance of time table,   Roadway Workers Union,   Bus depots,  
Resolution for <strong>Diwali</strong> stamp introduced in US Senate

Resolution for Diwali stamp introduced in US Senate

27 Mar 2015

Washington: Two influential American lawmakers have introduced a resolution in the US Senate calling on the US Postal Service to issue a postal stamp to commemorate the festival of Diwal.

Diwali stamp,   US Senate,   US Postal Service,   Diwali festival,  
<strong>Haryana</strong> govt announces Rs 4,000 ex-gratia for <strong>roadways</strong> staff

Haryana govt announces Rs 4,000 ex-gratia for roadways staff

13 Nov 2012

In a Diwali bonanza to Class III and IV employees of Haryana Roadways, Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda today announced an enhanced ex-gratia of Rs 4,000 to each of them instead of bonus for 2011-12.

Diwali bonanza for Haryana roadways employees,   Haryana roadways employees,   Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda,   Haryana roadways development,  
Din in <strong>Haryana</strong> Assembly over farmers' pension

Din in Haryana Assembly over farmers' pension

26 Mar 2015

Chandigarh: Haryana Assembly witnessed noisy scenes after opposition Congress sought clarification from BJP government about the modalities of Rs 5,000 monthly pension scheme for the farmers of 60 years of age, announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Haryana Assembly,   farmers pension ,   BJP,   Narendra Modi,   Congress ,  
AAP government directs DTC to disburse pending salary to <strong>employees</strong>

AAP government directs DTC to disburse pending salary to employees

24 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party-led Delhi government on Monday directed Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) to immediately disburse the pending salary to its staff.

AAP government,   DTC,   DTC pending salary,   DTC employees,   Delhi Transport Corporation,  
Share your experiences: Government tells retiring <strong>employees</strong>

Share your experiences: Government tells retiring employees

19 Mar 2015

New Delhi: All central government employees retiring within next six months have been asked to share experiences and good work done by them during their tenure.

Ministry of Personnel,   Anubhav,   Retiring Central Government Employees,   Central Secretariat Services,  
Vadra land deals: BJP sees massive scam; Khemka feels 'vindicated'

Vadra land deals: BJP sees massive scam; Khemka feels 'vindicated'

26 Mar 2015

Chandigarh: A day after the CAG blamed Haryana's previous Congress government for showering favours on party chief Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra, who made millions in controversial land deals, the BJP, which now rules the state, claimed a "massive scam" during the nearly 10-year tenure of the Bhupinder Singh Hooda government.

Robert Vadra,   Land deals,   BJP,   Scam,   Ashok Khemka,   CAG,   Haryana government,   Sonia Gandhi,   Bhupender Singh Hooda,  
Yoga classes for Central government <strong>employees</strong> from 1st April

Yoga classes for Central government employees from 1st April

20 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Yoga classes will be held for Central government employees and their dependents across the country from next month onwards.

Yoga classes,   Central government employees,   Department of Personnel and Training,   Narendra Modi,   International Yoga day,  

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