Friday, June 20, 2014

Avantika Tanwar and Savitri Jindal Distribute Certificates of Allotment of Houses in Sirsa

Avantika Tanwar and Savitri Jindal Distribute Certificates of Allotment of Houses in Sirsa.
SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )
20 June, 2014
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Watch Video: Avantika Tanwar and Savitri Jindal Distribute Certificates of Allotment of Houses in Sirsa under Rajiv Aawaas Yojna (RAY) a combined effort of Haryana and Central Governments executed by Municipal Council (Committee) Sirsa in an initiative to make Sirsa Slum Free City. The project was brought to Sirsa by Dr Ashok Tanwar former MP Sirsa and present President HPCC.
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Thursday, June 19, 2014

Police High handedness, drag girl by hair in Sirsa

Police High handedness, drag girl by hair in Sirsa
SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )
19 June, 2014
Pictures and Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann, Background Music: Murari Verma.
An 18-year-old girl was allegedly thrashed and dragged by hair by two policemen, who had gone to her house in a hamlet near Jeewan Nagar to arrest her father yesterday.
The victim is undergoing treatment at the Sirsa General Hospital for the injuries sustained in the alleged police brutality.
The police, however, denied allegations. They maintained that the girl had been enacting a drama to save her father, who is wanted in a case of encroachment of property.
“Two policemen came to our house on a motorcycle around 6 pm yesterday. I was alone and they asked the whereabouts of my father. I told them I had no idea where my father had gone. They called up the SHO and later asked me to accompany them to the police station. When I refused, they thrashed and dragged me by my hair,” the victim alleged.
She said she cried in pain but the policemen did not relent. They dragged her till she became unconscious due to pain and fear.
The victim has got her medico legal report and will approach the authorities against the police highhandedness.
Dalip Singh, SHO, Rania police station, however, said the allegations were false and it was attempt to save her father, Gurmej Singh.
Police ‘brutality’
Two policemen came to arrest the victim’s father, who is wanted in a property encroachment case The girl was alone at home and the cops asked her to accompany them to the police station When she denied, they thrashed and dragged her by hair till she became unconscious

NEWS Courtesy: The Tribune and Sushil Manav

Friday, June 13, 2014

Morning Showers bring much needed respite from scorching heat

Morning Showers bring much needed respite from scorching heat.
SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )
13 June, 2014
Pictures and Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann, Background Music: Murari Verma.
Watch Video: Early morning Rain of 13th June 2014 brings much needed respite from Scorching Heat in Sirsa and Surroundings, the showers dipped mercury, which almost touched 48'C in recent days. This rain will benefit both Plant and Animal Life and will also put off some load from Power Supply Systems.
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Wednesday, June 04, 2014

Sh Mitesh Jain is new SP- Sirsa

Sh Mitesh Jain is new SP- Sirsa.
SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )
04 June, 2014
Pictures and Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann, Background Music: Murari Verma.
Sh Mitesh Jain is new SP- Sirsa, Sh Saurabh Singh IPS SSP Sirsa has been promoted as DIG, Police Training Centre, Sunaria. Sh. Mitesh Jain was SP-CID before his transfer to Sirsa.

Sunday, June 01, 2014

Ch Partap Chautala breathes his last



Ch Partap Chautala breathes his last.
SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )
01 June, 2014
Pictures and Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann, Background Music: Murari Verma.
Former legislator from Ellenabad Partap Singh Chautala, son of former Deputy Prime Minister of India, Ch. Devi Lal, passed away at his native village Chautala today after a prolonged illness.
Ch Partap Singh Chautala, aged about 75, younger brother of INLD supremo Om Parkash Chautala, is survived by two sons and two daughters and grandchildren. He was elder to Ch Ranjit Singh.
His cremation will take place tomorrow afternoon at his native village.
Partap Singh Chautala was elected from Ellenabad assembly constituency in 1967. He was also chairman of Haryana Small Scale Industries and Export Corporation from 1987 to 1991. He remained in political NEWS all through his life though he became MLA only once, common people known to him considered him an intellectual in the Chautala clan. He switched parties many a times, but stood by Ch Om Parkash Chautala since Sh Chautala was sentenced in the Teachers Recruitment Scam in January 2013.

He was famous for his memory of historical political events, facts and figures. He was mild mannered and always greeted with a big smile.

Saturday, May 31, 2014

CBSE-XII Results Students Teachers Parents Principal Go Happy

CBSE-XII Good Results Students Teachers Parents Principal Go Happy
SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )
31 May, 2014
Pictures and Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann, Background Music: Murari Verma.
Watch Video: CBSE XII 2014 Good Results Make Students Parents Principal and Teachers Happy. In this Video: Vini Chetal, Naveen Goyal, Manakdeep Singh, Mandeep, Principal DAV, Monika Bansal and visuals of happy students and teachers upon good results of CBSE XII 2014
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Friday, May 23, 2014

Punjabi Satkar Sabha Sirsa-Ek Sham Sufiyaan De Naam

Punjabi Satkar Sabha Sirsa-Ek Sham Sufiyaan De Naam
SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )
23 May, 2014
Pictures and Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann, Background Music: Murari Verma.
Watch Video 1: Punjabi Satkar Sabha Sirsa-Ek Sham Sufiyaan De Naam-All Songs.
Punjabi Satkar Sabha Sirsa organised 'Ek Sham Sufiyaan De Naam' at Jaat Dharmshala Sirsa on Sunday evening, 18th May 2014, here is a short take of most of the sufi songs from the evening. 

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S Bikramjeet Singh Advocate was chief guest at the musical evening while Choreographer Sanjeev Shad anchored the program. Famous Sufi Gayak Daljit Hans performed in the program along with half a dozen local artists from Sirsa. Daljit Hans was also honoured by Punjabi Satkar Sabha.
Watch Video 2: Punjabi Satkar Sabha Sirsa-Ek Sham Sufiyaan De Naam-All Speeches.
Punjabi Satkar Sabha Sirsa organised 'Ek Sham Sufiyaan De Naam' at Jaat Dharmshala Sirsa on Sunday evening, 18th May 2014, here is a short take of most of speeches from the evening. S Bikramjeet Singh Kanwar Advocate was chief guest at the musical evening while Choreographer Sanjeev Shad anchored the program. Famous Sufi Gayak Daljit Hans performed in the program along with half a dozen local artists from Sirsa. Daljit Hans was also honoured by Punjabi Satkar Sabha. In this Video listen to S. Bikramjit Singh Kanwar Advocate, Pardeep Sachdeva, Sanjeev Shad and Sukhdev Dhillon.

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Saturday, May 17, 2014

INLD’s Chranjit Singh Rori Wins Sirsa Lok Sabha

INLD’s Chranjit Singh Rori Wins Sirsa Lok Sabha seat.
Dr Ashok Tanwar, of Congress, Dr Susheel Indora of BJP-HJC 1st and 2nd runner ups.
SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )
17 May, 2014
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Watch Video: INLD Charanjit Rori Wins Sirsa Lok Sabha Seat Defeating Incumbent MP Dr Ashok Tanwar of Congress who is also HPCC President By Over 1 Lac Votes, the result was declared on 16th May 2014.

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Thursday, May 15, 2014

The Counting- Lok Sabha

The Counting- Lok Sabha
SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )
15~16 May, 2014
Pictures and Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann, Background Music: Murari Verma.
The counting will start at 8:00AM all over India.
For Online Progress of counting and results click on the following links.
http://electharyana.nic.in/ Link will be active 8AM onwards

You can type in the Pin code 125055 For Sirsa Lok Sabha Results on the above Page Link.

Sunday, May 11, 2014

Thrills of Walking-Col RD Singh

Thrills of Walking-Col RD Singh
SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )
11 May, 2014
Pictures and Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann, Background Music: Murari Verma.
Thrills of walking!!
Running and walking is a routine for an army man. More so if he has been putting on uniform, as a cadet at the Rashtriya Military School, Belgaum, from the age of 11, in 1964. But despite having donned olive greens for 39 years (1973 to 2012), nothing charms me more than a morning or evening walk. Taking part in walkathons to promote good health, has been a regular humble contribution. Let me take you on a sojourn on some of my memorable walks in different stations, with varied terrains and climates.
It is 1991, and I am posted at Jodhpur, staying opposite Umaid Bhawan Palace. My son is just two and half years old, and I decide to take him along for a walk. As he is too small for eight to ten Kms, which is my route, I make him lie on my back, holding him from behind. Within few minutes, due to a rhythmic effect, he falls asleep. His entire body is hugging my back. I get a motherly feeling, and the extra 10 Kgs of weight, increases my exercise value. The passersby smile as they see me daily, carrying my son, like a kangaroo. It is a great feeling which I still relish, with parental instincts.
The photo above shows the officer receiving a prize from the GOC at Ambala Cantt for his outstanding performance in a swift walk competition.



Then came Tenga in Arunachal Pradesh. Here walking was more like trekking due to the hilly terrain. Cross country was even greater fun. I used to collect officers and jawans children and take them on trekking on Sundays. We would carry snacks and also have a picnic enroute. It ended with a swim in the Tenga Chu which was highly refreshing. From Tenga, we moved to Lalgarh Jattan in Rajasthan. From mountains, it was walks in the sand dunes now. You climb from the fingers side, and roll down from the knuckle end. The sand does not stick and you can just wipe it off. As you walk over the dunes early morning, one can see the sun rise in its total purity and magnificence. Various kinds of insects and spiders, crawling on the sand, make artistic patterns. Quite often, you even get a glimpse of a sand viper.
Now comes Wellington (Nilgiris), where I am posted as a DS in the Defence Services Staff College (DSSC) in from 1998 to 2001. It is one of the best and virgin hill stations with a salubrious climate. Walking through the tea gardens, with my wife and children was an experience to remember. Women plucking tender green tea leaves, beautiful sound of gurgling streams, golfers at the nearby Gymkhana Club trying their long drives, the owls hooting, sudden start of a soft drizzle - heightened your pleasures of a morning walk. One evening, we even walked to Coonoor, to meet Field Marshall Sam Manekshaw, who was residing in a hill top villa. The 71 war hero, offered us fine Nilgiris tea, laced with his charismatic Gurkha humour.
From Wellington, I was transported to Jammu, and then Leh. Walking in Leh was a challenge due to  a very hostile climate. The temperatures ranged from minus 40 degrees centigrade during winters to plus 40 degrees in summers, with oxygen 30 percent less than in plains. You get breathless very fast, and the body takes time to adjust. But still, the morning walks were not given up.
God said, enough of snow now go and enjoy the warm Ambala Cantt. Lo and behold, here is the famous Mall Road, broad and impressive, with a walking plaza, soft music, and no vehicles during the walking hours. It is a walker’s paradise. I made it a point to take my wife along for a walk. Children also accompany us when they are at home. It helps in better communication and healthy relationships.  Walking is a social binder, as you make new friends, and get a chance to wish so many people on the walking route. I only wish people could leave their cell phones behind, at least during the walks. Cell phones are a big dampener on a good walk.
More than anything else, I find morning walks, highly soul enriching. There is positive energy in the air, with birds chirping, peacocks calling, trees and plants offering you the bounty of nature. After a good, brisk morning walk, your day in the office is bound to be bright, light on feet, and good on output. Walking costs nothing, but rewards you with good health, and saves lacs in medical bills.
Then what are you waiting for – put on your walking shoes and enjoy the nature. And for a few hundred meters, even to your working place, or school or college, better to walk down than take your car or bike and add into traffic congestion. Believe me, you will reach faster walking, safe and smiling.

Note:  Colonel Ripu Daman Singh, a decorated soldier and an active social worker, belongs to vill Pilimandori ( Fatehabad). A prolific writer, he contributes regularly to Sirsa News. The photo below shows the officer receiving a prize from the GOC at Ambala Cantt for his outstanding performance in a swift walk competition.