In Haryana’s Ambala, six members of the same family were found dead in their house in Balana village, informed officials on August 26. The death has reportedly been caused after the dinner last night. Police have also recovered a suicide note from the spot. The deceased have been identified as sangam Ram, his wife Mahindra Kaur, Sukhwinder Singh, his wife Reena, and daughters Ashu and Jassi.
In Harayana,Special Task Force (STF) officials identified and recovered an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) on August 4. Reportedly, the IED was found on the Shahabad-Ambala highway, as it was placed in a polythene bag under a tree. The STD officials arrested one accused from Tarn Taran, and sent him to the custody of Shahabad police. Further details on the matter is awaited.
In a bid to upgrade firepower capabilities, the Indian Airforce will see the addition of 10 new Rafale fighters paving way for the formation of a second squadron of the aircraft in Hashimara. Reportedly, the Rafale fighters will be flown to India directly from France in a month and will be stationed at Ambala. Notably, the fighter aircraft were patrolling in Ladakh during strife with China.
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In the recently conducted Haryana Municipal Elections, the BJP could manage to win only one mayoral seat out of the three contested. The BJP won only Panchkula seat while the Congress and Haryana Jan Chetna Party bagged Sonipat and Ambala seats respectively. The elections were held on December 27 and the Indian National Lok Dal had boycotted it as a symbol of protest against the state government's use of force on farmers.
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Haryana Home Minister Anil Vij has tested COVID-19 positive on December 5. Interestingly, he had volunteered and took a COVID-19 vaccine shot of Bharat Biotech's 'Covaxin' on November 20. The 67-year-old minister tweeted about being admitted at Civil Hospital, Ambala Cantt. and requested everyone, who came in close contact with him, to get tested. He was the first volunteer for the third-phase trails of the vaccine in Haryana.
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Haryana’s Ambala registered the most toxic air quality in India on November 4, amid the stubble-burning season. The Air Quality Index in Ambala was recorded at 452, followed by Moradabad (425) and Baghpat (420). According to Central Pollution Control Board, seven of top 10 polluted cities were from UP and three from Haryana. While the stubble-burning share was negligible at 5%, Earth Science ministry warned of its increase due to shift in… read-more
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Air Marshal Manvendra Singh has expressed concerns over the security of the Rafale aircraft, citing "bird problems". In a letter to the Chief Secretary of Haryana, he requested the state to improve cleanliness, impose fines for littering, and prohibit bird-breeding activities around the Ambala air base. Reportedly, Ambala Municipal Corporation responded by banning breeding of birds within 10 km radius of the base.
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