Ambala: Union Tourism Minister and Ambala MP Kumari Selja has taken up the matter of the solid waste management project near Ambala City, that has not been working properly, with Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda.

The project was set up at Patwi in 2008 with a cost of Rs 12.5 crore to dispose the garbage of Ambala City and Ambala Cantt.

Govt Says Dow Chemicals Arm Bribed Govt Officials To Push Three Pesticides Into Indian Market

THE Centre has blacklisted Dow AgroSciences India for five years for bribing government officials to expedite registration of three pesticides in the country.

The order to ban Dow AgroSciences, a subsidiary of US-based Dow Chemicals, from undertaking any commercial activity in India for a fi

Yamunanagar, Ambala districts worst affected
National Highways 73 and 73A still closed
Faridabad faces flood threat

CHANDIGARH: The flood situation in Haryana turned grim on Thursday with Yamunanagar and Ambala districts worst affected due to heavy rain in the region for the past two days.

Official sources said nearly 100 villages are flooded in Yamunanagar district as the Yamuna and seaso

CHANDIGARH: Flood alert was sounded on Thursday in Ambala and Yamunanagar districts of Haryana as the Tangri river was flowing over the danger mark.

Some villages were inundated with nearly four feet water and residents were evacuated to safe places, official sources said here.

Following rains in Himachal Pradesh, the Markanda river and other seasonal rivulets which were flowing below the danger point, are now in spate. Seven persons, including three women, were swept away by the raging waters in the recent flash floods, but were all rescued alive.

The Ambala Municipal Corporation (MC) will secure the services of Sulabh International for carrying out sanitation work in the flood ravaged twin towns of Ambala. The work of cleanliness would be handed over to the agency specialised in sanitation for two months on experimental basis which might extend on pretext of good results.

Chandigarh: The Haryana government today released Rs 87 crore to various departments for repair of infrastructure damaged during the recent floods and for other relief measures in the state even as Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda announced the conversion of short-term cooperative loans worth Rs 201.21 crore into medium-term loans in six flood-affected districts.

Chandigarh: Within two days of the first monsoon showers, northern India was reeling under the impact of sharp downpours, with parts of Haryana, Punjab and Himachal Pradesh flooded and arterial highways connecting Delhi to northern towns either blocked by swirling waters or threatened with inundation.

Rajesh Ahuja

Leading packaged drinking water brands such as Bisleri, Bailey and Man- ickchand Oxyrich don't expect Ms Mamata Baner- jee's plans to sell cheap bot- tled drinking water to rail- way travellers to eat into their sales.

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