Judgement of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Mohinder Singh & Others Vs State of Haryana dated 05/08/2014 regarding Land Acquisition Act, 1894, intending to acquire 327.52 acres in village Patti Jhambra, Shahabad in District Kurukshetra for a public purpose namely to develop and utilize the land for residential, commercial industrial area for the urban
Estate of Shahabad.

Participating in the ongoing parliamentary elections is the last thing on their mind.

As many as 1,240 samples of drinking water in five districts-- Karnal, Kurukshetra, Panipat, Kaithal and Yamunanagar-- have failed purity tests in the last one year. They were not found safe as per the parameters.

As per the report of the Intermediate Reference Laboratory (IRL), out of the 2,772 samples collected from Karnal, Kurukshertra, Panipat, Kaithal and Yamunanagar districts, only 1,532 were found fit for drinking.

Tension prevailed at Umri village today when villagers objected to the move of the Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) to acquire about 70 acres of land.

Rejects popular belief that biggest threat to the species is from mobile tower radiations

Contrary to the popular notion that radiations from mobile towers are the biggest enemy of house sparrows, the species is rather being pushed towards extinction by large-scale use of pesticides.

With a view to create awareness among people towards protection of wildlife, Haryana forest department will observe Wildlife Safety Week in the State from October 4.

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Kehar Singh Vs State of Haryana dated 12/09/2013 regarding establishing a sewage treatment plant.

Sewage treatment plants require environment clearance before being set up, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) today held while halting the construction of such a unit in village Narkatari in Kuruksh

While amending the law to allow continued possession of farm land to about 3700 farmers who faced eviction, the Haryana Assembly on Wednesday unanimously passed a resolution appealing to the Gujara

Attempting to ascertain whether the skewed sex ratio in three northern districts of India has led to a change in sex-selective behaviour and related practices, this study finds that a shortage of brides is associated with
willingness to compromise on rules of clan exogamy, and with a reduced demand for dowry. There is also a shift in inheritance patterns and increased societal acceptance of husbands living with their wives’ parents