Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Kuldeep Kasaniya Vs State of Haryana dated 27/04/2023.

The order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Vinod Kumar Bansal Vs State of Haryana dated 28/07/2020. The issue for consideration was the remedial action against unscientific handling of solid waste at Dabwali, district Sirsa, Haryana.

One more death has occurred due to suspected dengue in Sirsa even as 32 confirmed and 149 suspected cases of dengue have come to the fore in the past two days in the district.

Cotton crop in the state is under serious threat as the attack of whitefly that hit the crop after the onset of rain has assumed alarming proportions.

The Supreme Court today slammed the Centre for the delay in the payment of compensation to farmers in Bathinda and Sirsa after acquiring their land for the defence forces.

The district authorities in Sirsa have announced that village panchayats that work towards conservation of drinking water will be awarded.

Politicians may have flashed the `development' card while campaigning, but a recent study reports that 80% farmers in the state are reeling under debt.The study shows how nearly 80% farmers in Hary

Green Tribunal had directed Forest Department to maintain status quo

The Haryana Forest Department seems to have finally admitted what an inquiry conducted by an IAS officer in Sirsa had indicated and what an NGO that moved the National Green Tribunal (NGT) against the department’s move of felling trees through auction to private agencies has been contending.

An inquiry report into the allegations of irregularities and misappropriation of funds in the auction of trees by Sirsa Forest Division in Kalanwali range of the Haryana Forest Department points to

SULTANPURIA (Sirsa): Not a single vote was cast in two polling booths in Sultanpuria village as 1,900 voters boycotted elections over non-fulfillment of their long-pending demand.