Chandigarh: The Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam (DHBVN) has got the approval for two power development and reform projects at Hisar and Ellenabad, under the Restructured Accelerated Power Development and Reforms Programme (R-APDRP) of the Central government.

Hisar: Expressing deep concern over less than 3 per cent growth in agriculture, Vice-Chancellor of Haryana Agriculture University Dr J C Katyal has called upon agriculture scientists to devise a cost-effective technology, which might help farmers in getting the maximum yield of crops.

Hisar: A national seminar on

Hisar, October 20 : India has the potential to become a food factory not only for the country, but for the entire world. Accordingly, the size of the food processing industry would triple with investment going up from Rs 4,60,000 crore to Rs 13,80,000 crore by 2015.

Hisar, September 22 The farmers, especially cotton growers, will soon be able to control the pest attacks without using pesticides.

The entomologists at HAU have come up with a natural control for the mealy bug- a pest of cotton crop which destroys crops every year.

The detection of cases of dengue in some new areas of the state has become a cause of concern for the health authorities.

Dengue, which is spread by the bite of aedes mosquitoes, was common in the national capital region of the state till recent years.

However, this year several other districts of the state like Fatehabad, Sirsa, Bhiwani and Hisar have come under its grip.

Tohana town in Fatehabad district has been the worst hit where as many as 87 cases of suspected dengue have been detected this year.

Hisar, July 29 The Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam (DHBVN) has turned more environment-friendly and cautious. It will now collect old unbroken burnt or used Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs), incandescent bulbs and tube lights for proper disposal so that these are not harmful to society and environment.
DHBVN Managing Director Anurag Aggarwal said under the scheme, the Dakshin Haryana

The Rajiv Gandhi Thermal Power Plant at Khedar in Hisar is progressing well, said Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda, while inaugurating a 33 KV sub-station in Sector 10 in Rewari.

The Rajiv Gandhi Thermal Power Plant at Khedar in Hisar is progressing well, said Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda, while inaugurating a 33 KV sub-station in Sector 10 in Rewari.

Nagesh Prabhu BANGALORE: With monsoon becoming weak and drought looming large over Karnataka, the government has extended the weather-based crop insurance scheme to five more districts, covering 12 crops this kharif season.

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