A major tragedy was averted when three bogies of a freight train derailed near Dhandari Kalan railway yards here in the morning today. When the bogies derailed, the train was moving at low speed.
The Railway Ministry has accorded permission to elevate the 3.5-km stretch of narrow gauge track running in the city.
For the first time since the global oil shock of 1973, India’s faltering steps towards energy security have given way to a holistic oil diplomacy that lays stress on personal chemistry, combining it with trade-offs and a strategic vision.
The state government is focusing on generation of solar energy to address chronic power shortage but solar power plants in Dhandhlan, Kaloi and Badsha villages of Jhajjar district that Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar h
The UT Administration will soon float tenders for the construction of a flyover at Tribune Chowk as Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari has approved the project.
The weather-hit erratic rail traffic in the region has taken a turn for the worse due to Gujjar’s agitation in Rajasthan. The railways announced the cancellation of 11 trains on Monday, while many other long-route trains were either diverted or running behind schedule.
With weather gods continuing with their fury, rail passengers keep suffering from weather-hit rail traffic in the region. The Railways cancelled 10 trains on Friday, three were rescheduled and many others were running behind schedule.
As many as 400 women from Haroli were given LPG connections under the Mukhya Mantri Grihini Suvidha Yojana at Palkwah village on Thursday. Ram Kumar Sharma, vice-chairman of the HP State Industries Development Corporation, presided over the programme.
Heavy rain left residents in many sectors of the city without power for hours. Branches of trees fell on electricity wires, resulting in the outage. The department also snapped power supply to many areas as a precautionary measure to avoid mishaps while carrying out repair work.
In the last about four years, just 2.71 per cent of cooking gas connection holders have given up subsidy on cylinders in the district. The district has 3,23,581 gas connection holders, but just 8,798 people have responded to Prime Minister