Sonepat: Priya Chaudhary and Dev Saroha of Sonepat have cleared the Delhi Judicial Service Examination, which changed into declared currently. Priya, a resident of Jatheri village inside the district and mom of two daughters, got 70th rank within the selection listing of 123. She has achieved LLM from Kurukshetra University and is pursuing her PhD. Saroha, a resident of Rathdhana village inside the district, got 79th rank. He had cleared the Uttar Pradesh Judicial Service Examination in October 2017 and served as judicial Justice of the Peace at Baghpat. He did his postgraduation from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprasth University, New Delhi. BS Malik

Villagers gift scooters to 2 toppers

Hisar: Residents of Niyana village have provided scooters to two college students of a government college for securing the first role inside the village in Class X and XII. Mandeep scored 88 in keeping with a cent in Class X and Laxmi Devi 87. Four consistent with cent in the Class XII tests carried out through the Board of School Education Haryana. Ramesh Punia, the college headmaster, said the money for the two-wheelers turned into pooled by villagers. Deepender Deswal

Bahadurgarh academy swimmers win chip

Jhajjar: Swimmers of Champions Aquatic Academy, Bahadurgarh, gained seven gold medals in exclusive categories throughout the inter-kingdom swimming championship held in Palwal lately. Aryan Joon got four, Atul Dhankar two, and Arhint one gold medal inside the championship. While Sonu Dalal and Vikas bagged silver medals every, Dishant gained a silver and a bronze. Ravinder Saini

Varsity to impart skill training to college students

Mahendragarh: The Central University of Haryana (CUH) will impart talent education to its students regarding enterprise professionals. The college these days signed an MoU with Deswal Waste Management Private Limited, Gurugram, for the assignment. “The pass will now not best assist college students in honing their abilities. However, it will also make it less difficult for them to do comfy jobs within the non-public quarter,” said Prof RC Kuhad, Vice-Chancellor. Ravinder Saini

Students unfold cognizance of hygienic practices.

Ambala: Over 9,000 students of presidency colleges on Friday prompted human beings to undertake hygienic practices underneath the ‘Dastak’ program. Classes VI to XII participated in the event and went door to door inside the town to spread recognition on hygienic practices. “Carrying placards, banners, and charts, they made people privy to the dangers of water stagnation. They also checked air coolers, water pots, tires, and other containers and influenced humans to maintain them empty,” said Sudhir Kalra, block education officer, Ambala City. Nitish Sharma

Film on Buddhist history screened.

Yamunanagar: A documentary movie ‘Kuru’ produced and directed by way of Dr. Satyadeep Neil Gauri, an Australian dentist, become screened at DAV College for Girls on Sunday in the presence of Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar. The director said the movie, which is based totally on the Buddhist background of Haryana, turned into a shot completely with drones. Ten ancient Buddhist monuments in Yamunanagar, Hisar, Karnal, Kurukshetra, and New Delhi were included. Sidhartha Gauri, the founder of the Buddhist Forum, wrote the screenplay. Shiv Kumar Sharma

Y’nagar metropolis to have Birbal memorial.

Yamunanagar: Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Sunday said the state government could construct a memorial of Birbal, an adviser within the courtroom of Mughal emperor Akbar, in Buria metropolis, which has a citadel of Birbal. At a program held with the aid of the Yodha Smarak Samiti, a social company, to honor RSS pracharak Indresh Kumar at DAV College for Girls, Yamunanagar, the Chief Minister said,,, the historical glory of Chopra Kalan village of Yamunanagar district would additionally be restored. “Ashoka had mounted a pillar in Chopra Kalan village, but in the 14th century, Feroz Shah Tughlaq took the pillar to Delhi. An Ashoka Chakra has been built within the village as a part of the revival of antique Buddhist history. We have written to the Centre for help in healing the old glory of Chopra Kalan village. The country government can even amplify help for the development of the village for tourism functions,” said Khattar. Shiv Kumar Sharma