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This was the second tie of the season between these two outfits.
INLD state president Ashok Arora announced the decision in the presence of Leader of Opposition Abhay Singh Chautala who is the younger son of Chautala.
Haryana rode Vikas Kandola's fantastic 15 raid points to register their fifth win, while U Mumba's star raider Siddharth Desai came out with 10 raid points.
Amarinder Singh presented certain figures to rubbish Kejriwal's "ludicrous" claims and asked the Delhi chief minister to stop indulging in "political theatrics" and check facts before blaming Punjab.
The court had given directions to the employee unions as well as the Haryana government to end the stalemate.
Compensation amounting to Rs 1.30 crore has already been paid in accounts of family members of the other deceased personnel.
A petition was filed before the Punjab and Haryana High Court by a Gurugram-based lawyer seeking CBI inquiry or formation of Special Investigation Team (SIT) to investigate the train accident.
Sharmilla, who faces 40 per cent disability in one of her legs and is a mother to two daughters has been performing her duties after joining the Rewari depot.
In the case of Punjab, the state has sought a reduction of more than 50%. The Centre’s target for the state was 31,084 homes.
Stubble burning from Punjab, Haryana contributed to 32 per cent of Delhi pollution on Saturday: SAFAR
The report, which analyses the impact of pollutant PM2.5, showed that the highest contribution since October 11 by stubble burning was seen on Friday at 36 per cent.
For Haryana, raider Vikash Kandola and skipper Monu Gayat collected 14 and 11 points respectively. However, their combined effort was overshadowed by Pawan's extraordinary effort.
Arvind Kejriwal says Delhi will become 'gas chamber' soon, blames Centre, Punjab, Haryana governments
Stubble burning in neighbouring states is one of the major reasons behind increasing air pollution levels in Delhi.
On Tuesday, the same court awarded life sentence to the godman along with 14 others for the murder of four women and one child.
The skipper was at his furious best against Yuzuvendra Chahal, smashing him for three consecutive boundaries in the 16th over.
Kurukshetra Deputy Superintendent of Police Gurmaij Singh said police resorted to mild lathicharge when students held up traffic on the road and refused to move.