Four held for stealing oil
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The Haryana Police has nabbed a gang of four people for allegedly stealing oil from a pipeline between Rawal Mandi, Bathinda and Bahadurgarh. They allegedly used to steal the oil from near Sundarpur village in Rohtak district. Police also recovered a tractor, a tanker, a country made pistol and four live cartridges from their possession. All the accused were remanded to two days police custody by a Rohtak court. Police further said that the four: Ashok, a resident of Titoli village, Jasbir aka Vinod, a resident of Ismaila village, Tinku of Singhpura village and Sonu, a resident of Karantha village, were filling an oil tanker when they were caught.
Two teenagers drown in Yamunanagar
Yamunanagar: Two teenagers drowned while taking a dip in a tank at Kapal Mochan in Yamunanagar district on Wednesday. Both boys, Prince (16) and Ankush (17) were residents of Gianewala village. Additional Deputy Commissioner Satbir Singh Saini has been asked to look into the circumstances leading to the boys' death and further action would be taken on the basis of his report. "Rs one lakh each would be given to the parents or guardians of both deceased from Chief Minister's Relief Fund," said Ashok Sangwan, DC, Yamunanagar.
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Chandigarh: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Wednesday assured all possible in the field of agriculture development, to Afghanistan. Hooda was interacting with a delegation from Afghanistan, which called on him in New Delhi on Wednesday. The delegation has already visited Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agriculture University at Hisar. The leader of the delegation Dr Farid Mamundzay said Haryana is an advanced state in the field of agriculture and Afghanistan would like to benefit from the state's experience.
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