The Haryana State Employment of Local Candidates Act, 2020, applies to jobs offering a maximum gross monthly salary or wages of ₹30,000 and it came into effect on Saturday.
It is a "historic day" for the youth of Haryana, Chautala said in Sirsa.
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Moody's Trims 2022 India Growth Forecast To 8.8%
Retains outlook for 2023 at 5.4%
Chinese tech firms forced into 'blood listings' as capital dries up
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Broadcom to acquire VMware in chipmaker's boldest $61-bn deal
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Swiggy testing platform that enables D2C brands
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GST recovery: Tax officials to face strict action for coercion
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Government calls off BPCL privatisation
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RAGE OVER RITUALS
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महर्षि कश्यप जयंती पर 24 को करनाल में होगा कार्यक्रम
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DON'T PLAY PETTY POLITICS WITH WATER, HARYANA CM TELLS AAP
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THE BREAKFAST BUFFET WAS ASTOUNDING — YUZVENDRA CHAHAL
TRAVEL & LEISURE
The main examination to be held on 20th, 21st and 22nd May, 2022 of the Haryana Civil Service
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‘Power availability in Hry more than demand’
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DNA samples collected from Harappan-era human skeletons
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खुलासा. ड्रोन से ले रहे थे हथियारों की डिलीवरी
Chief Justice of India (CJI) NV Ramana's dream project, the National Judicial Infrastructure Authority of India (NJIAÍ), now seems set to become a reality. The aim of the NJIAl is to upgrade and refurbish the judicial infrastructure of courts. With the law ministry forwarding the Cul's proposal to the states, there is hope that this long-standing problem can be addressed. The NJIAI and its importance was discussed in great detail on the India Legal show on APN channel by a distinguished panel. The show was hosted by the channel's Editor-in Chief, Rajshri Rai. A report