Latest Haryana Stories
DELHI, India, July 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ~ Announces first of its kind gated community Villa development at Sohna
Entrepreneurs and business managers unsure about development and testing automation on AWS can participate in a seminar to be held by BluePi, the India based AWS Partner company, on July 2, 2014.
BluePi, the India based AWS Partner company, has scheduled a deep-searching webinar on June 18, 2014, shedding light on the topic ‘AWS Security Best Practices’.
Business enterprises looking for Data/Hadoop, training and consultation services can now trust India-based BluePi for the same.
Ansal University, one of India's leading organizations providing higher education has lately released its annual e-book for year 2013.
According to a report, scientists in the Indian state of Haryana have clone a buffalo using foetal tissue.
GURGAON, India, Feb. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Ranbaxy has just received a letter and information indicating that all pending and approved ANDAs from Ranbaxy's Paonta Sahib facility have been added to a list maintained under a policy entitled "Application Integrity Policy" or "AIP".
By Swati Sethi Jind: Others may have done a half-Monty or taken out a protest march blind-folded to get justice or draw attention to their plight, but students and teachers of a government school in Jind district decided on "Gandhigiri" to get the police to act on their complaint.
By Manveer Saini CHANDIGARH: Desperate to prop up its frail health services, becoming anaemic with the draining of its resources by often unproductive staff, the Haryana government is mulling 'power to the people'.
By Vikram Jit Singh Chandigarh: Ornithologists and birdwatchers are up in arms against Haryana government's move to link the fortunes of Bhindawas bird sanctuary in Jhajjar district to two upcoming thermal power plants in its vicinity.
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