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Haryana Guv extends his heartiest greetings to the people of state on eve of Haryana day

Haryana Guv extends his heartiest greetings to the people of state on eve of Haryana day

Chandigarh, Oct 31 (UNI) Haryana Governor, Satyadeo Narain Arya has extended his heartiest greetings to the people of the state on the eve of Haryana Day.
He said that Haryana ranks first in the country in many aspects. This has been possible due to hard work and cooperation of the people of the state. Haryana will continue to grow and touch new heights on the path of continuous progress, he added.
Mr. Arya appealed to the people of the state to follow the guidelines laid down by the government to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Maintain social distance, keep cleanliness in the surrounding area and use sanitizer. Soon Haryana will be corona free, he added.

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Two killed in road accident in Punjab

Two killed in road accident in Punjab

28 Nov 2020 | 1:21 PM

Moga, Nov 28 (UNI) Two members of a family died on the spot when their car was hit by a tractor-trolly from the rear near Samalsar village of the district, police said here on Saturday.
The dead have been identified as Harbinder Singh (45) and mother Taranjeet Kaur (62). Three people were also injured in the incident which took place last night. The injured have been rushed to Civil hospital.

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DDC polls: 22 12 pc votes polled till 1100 hrs across J&K

DDC polls: 22 12 pc votes polled till 1100 hrs across J&K

28 Nov 2020 | 1:20 PM

Jammu, Nov 28 (UNI) The first phase of District Development Council elections 2020 recorded a voter percentage of 22.12 per cent across different constituencies spread over all the districts of Jammu and Kashmir till 1100 hrs.

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DDC election: 17 70 pc voting recorded  till 1100 hrs in Kashmir amid tight security

DDC election: 17 70 pc voting recorded till 1100 hrs in Kashmir amid tight security

28 Nov 2020 | 12:55 PM

Srinagar, Nov 28 (UNI) Around 17.70 per cent votes were polled till 1100 hrs on Saturday in 25 constituencies during the first phase of District Development Council (DDC) elections amid tight security in Kashmir valley.

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DDC Polls: Development, right candidate on card as polling begins in J&K UT

DDC Polls: Development, right candidate on card as polling begins in J&K UT

28 Nov 2020 | 12:41 PM

Jammu, Nov 28 (UNI) While the first phase of the District Development Councils (DDC) election and panchayat bypolls began on Saturday in Jammu and Kashmir, the voters braving chill, stood in line to vote for development and to the right candidates in their respective constituencies.

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DDC election: 2 34 pc voting recorded till 0900 hrs in Kashmir amid tight security

DDC election: 2 34 pc voting recorded till 0900 hrs in Kashmir amid tight security

28 Nov 2020 | 12:40 PM

Srinagar, Nov 28 (UNI) Around 2.34 per cent votes were polled till 0900 hrs on Saturday in 25 constituencies during the first phase of District Development Council (DDC) elections amid tight security in Kashmir valley.

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