January 30, 2013

Golden Huts Rewari

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Golden Huts Rewari is the perfect holiday destination, providing the great deal of excitement & leisure at same time. Golden Huts is located near the Aravali hills at NH-8 Delhi-Jaipur NHB. Also, the airport is just about 60 km away from the resort.
Here, you can enjoy the traditional hut style luxurious & furnished rooms, satellite cable TV & the mini bar in each room, 24 hour room service, housekeeping, telephone, internet connection in each room, 24 hour hot & cold water supply, coffee shop & restaurant for Chinese, Indian, Muglai & Continental dishes, swimming pool with sauna & steam bath, 3 spacious green lawns, activities like billiards, table tennis, etc.
Apart from these events, many more recreational facilities are waiting for your arrival. The Tambola, Musical chair, Antakshari, racing Track, Matki Phod, Spoon Race & many other are the events that will reenergize your body with lots of fun & entertainment.
If you ever had the dream to live the rocky hilly life, that too, with all the comfort & luxury, then, it is the time to fulfill that dream. Visit the resort & get lost in the natural tranquility of the Aravali hills.
Golden Huts RESORT NH-8, DELHI-JAIPUR HIGHWAY.
New Year Deal @ 1Night & 2Days:
  • Executive Rooms: Rs.15999/ + Tax, Per Couple.
  • Std. Delux rooms: Rs.12000/ + Tax Per Couple.
New Year Deal @ 2Night & 3Days:
  • Executive Rooms: Rs.18999/ + Tax, Per Couple.
  • Std. Delux rooms: Rs.14000/ + Tax Per Couple.
Extra Adult:
  • Child above 12-15 Yrs:- 3000/ + Tax Per Night with Extra Bed.
  • Child (6-12Yrs): Rs.2000/ + Tax Per Child Per Night with No Extra Bed.
Above Package Includes:
  • Accommodation in well appointed room as per the package availed.
  • A traditional Golden huts cooler (non-alcoholic) on arrival.
  • Buffet / Fixed menu breakfast, lunch and dinner in standard buffet meal venues.
  • Complimentary replenishment of beverages, once during the day, for the in room Tea/ Coffee maker.
  • Complimentary accommodation for two children below 6 years, sharing bed with parents.
  • Complimentary daily activities, for children.
  • Complimentary use of billiards.
  • Complimentary use of steam and sauna once during the stay at fixed time by prior appointment.
  • DJ. With Gala Dinner on 31st night with bone fire.
  • Unlimited drinks and snacks on 31st eve.
  • Inclusive of New Year Gala Dinner.
  • Bouncy slider and lod of games for kids.
  • Welcome 2013 with Fireworks.
  • Two bottles of Mineral water complimentary in the room per day.
Suppliment For Extras:
  • Hi Speed Wi- Fi connectivity (Connectivity Voucher extra- available at the Reception).
  • All room service will be charged extra as per actual.
  • Kindly note that the check in time is 2:00 p.m.onwards and the checkout time is until 12:00.
  • If a booking is cancelled anytime before 7 days of arrival, it is subject to 50% cancellation charge of the total package cost. Less than 7 days of prior notice is subject to no refund.
  • All currently applicable taxes.
ewari (Haryana), Jan 25 (PTI) An elderly man was arrested today for allegedly raping his brother's wife at Kanwali village in the district, police said today.

The accused Sajjan Singh(62) raped his younger brother's wife last evening when other members of the house had gone to attend a family function, they said.

A case has been registered against Singh on the basis of a complaint lodged by the victim against him.

Further probes are on, they added.
Rewari, Jan 29 (PTI) A youth was killed while two others sustained injuries when their car overturned on Mahendergarh-Rewari road near Buroli village, police said today.

The mishap took place last night when they were returning back home after attending a marriage function at Dahinan village.

The deceased was identified as Ravi Yadav (23), while the two injured were identified as Vikas and Sanjay, police said.

Darbar held at Rewari village

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GURGAON: In an attempt to take governance at the doorstep of villagers, Rewari district administration held 'Khula Darbar' in Dahina village on Tuesday. Under this programme, deputy commissioner and team of administrative officers lived in camps in the village on Monday night.

A cultural event was also organized in the village school by a local cultural group. The artistes presented a play on female feticide and on importance of literacy. The play was directed by theater personality Satish Mastan.

"As Khula Darbar is meant for addressing public grievances, many problems were addressed on the spot," said Surajbhan, DPRO, Rewari.

"We are trying to educate villagers about hygiene. The education, health and cleanliness are co-related with each other and the educated citizen could be maintained fully neatness his house, village and surrounding. The villagers would be educated about the government schemes and the eligibility criterion," said C G Rajnikanthan, deputy commissioner, Rewari.

A sanitary campaign was initiated on Tuesday morning, which was followed by a sporting event. The "Khula Darbar" started at 10.30 and officers from 10 different departments were present to hear public grievances.

January 24, 2013


REWARI: While Gurgaon railway station awaits a long-pending facelift and Mewat district lacks a railway line altogether, Haryana did get a new railway line after 33-years with the inauguration of the Rewari-Rohtak line on Tuesday. This is expected to boost trade and industries along this rail corridor.
The new line will connect Rewari to Rohtak via Jhajjar and is expected to serve as a significant link to connect Jaipur with Chandigarh and the ports in Western India.
The last time Haryana got a railway line was the one connecting Bhiwani with Rohtak, which was laid in 1979. This new broad gauge link between Rewari and Rohtak is 81.257 km and is expected to reduce traveling distance by nearly 50 km. The cost of laying this line is estimated at Rs 602 crore, of which, half has been shared by Haryana. The rail project was sanctioned in 2004-05 with an estimated cost of Rs 476 crore on 50% coast sharing basis with that state of Haryana.
There are five stations en route, namely Gokalgarh, Palhawas, Maccharauli, Jhajjar and Dighal, covering three districts - Rewari, Jhajjar and Rohtak. The rail line will benefit the residents of 41 surrounding villages which fall in two parliamentary constituencies and eight assembly segments.
On Tuesday, a special train was flagged off from Rewari railway station by the Union minister of state for railways K J Surya Prakash Reddy and Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda in the presence of Rohtak MP Deepender Singh Hooda and state minister for power and forests Capt Ajay Yadav. Hooda said the new rail line will usher in industrial development in the region.
Hooda said during the INLD-BJP regime in 1999-2005, an amount of Rs 435.48 crore was spent in Rewari assembly area, while after 2005, when the present Congress government came into power, Rs 3,169.43 crore have been spent which, is more than seven times the expenditure made by INLD-BJP government.
Lashing out at the opposition, the younger Hooda said, "In future, there will be a clash between two political ideologies, one is of development which the present Congress government practices and the other is of vested interests, practiced by the opposition parties."
Supporting the demand of starting a Shatabdi Express between Jaipur and Chandigarh, Hooda junior said this new railway line will accelerate the pace of development. He demanded to develop railway stations of Rewari and Rohtak as Model Railway Stations like that of stations of state capitals. Another survey is being done for a line connecting Palwal with Rewari. However, skeptics said the much-needed link, connecting the southern-most district of the state, Mewat, with the rest of Haryana, is a long-pending.
"Once can look at the new railway link as an opportunity to give Rohtak, the home constituency for the CM and his son. There are already exiting links connecting Rohtak," said a political expert.

Rewari (Har): A youth has been arrested for allegedly trying to rape a teenage girl in Khaleta village near here about a fortnight ago. 

The accused Sombir was produced before the local court today which sent him to a 14-day judicial custody, police said. 


The girl's uncle had alleged that on December 17, the accused, along with his accomplices Pradeep and Ajay, had tried to sexually assault the 17-year-old when she was working in the fields, they said.

Efforts are being made to nab the other two accused who are absconding, police added. 

Rewari: Police arrested a rape accused Ranbir, who had been on the run for the past about two months, from the bus stand of Nangal Mundi village, 12 km from here.
Police said here today that when the call details of the victim's mobile phone revealed that the accused, doctor, had asked her to meet him at Nangal Mundi bus stand; they laid a trap and apprehended him last night.
While the lady doctor (45) had been running her own clinic at Dahina village, 23 km from Rewari, for the past about 7 years, Ranbir had his own clinic at Boodhi Bawal village in Alwar district of Rajasthan and both of them were old acquaintances.
In the first week of November, 2012, when Ranbir came to know that the lady doctor, who is a widow, was not feeling well, he came to Dahina by car, administered some sedative to her and then allegedly raped her and went away.
Subsequently when the lady doctor regained consciousness, she filed a complaint on November 6 following which the police registered a case of rape against the accused, who had been on the run since then.

REWARI: Haryana power minister Ajay Singh Yadav has written to the Centre about the sluggish pace of work being carried out by the NHAI for the widening and strengthening work on the Pink City Expressway (Delhi-Jaipur stretch on NH-8) and the Chandigarh Expressway (Rewari-Chandigarh stretch NH-1), which has already missed its 2012 deadline.
In his letter, Yadav said while travelling on these two national highways, he has observed that the work, including construction of overbridges, has either come to a halt or is moving at a very slow pace. "These two highways are always flooded with high speed traffic. The delay in completing the work has resulted in frequent traffic jams and inconvenience to highway users," reads the letter.
Yadav urged the Union minister to look into the matter and direct the authorities concerned to expedite the balance work.
The development comes close on the heels of the NHAI and the Pink City Expressway Private Limited being pulled up by the Gurgaon administration and asking them to complete the work in a time-bound manner during his review meeting recently. on the progress work of the six-laning of the national highway 8 between Kherki Dhaula and Kotputli in Rajasthan
.This was while Gurgaon deputy commissioner P C Meena was reviewing the work and expressed concern over the tardy pace and directed the authorities to conduct a survey of the left out pockets of land required for the project, meticulously within a week.


REWARI: Heavy fog affected normal life and brought air, rail and road traffic to a halt in the morning hours in most parts of Punjab and Haryana on Tuesday even as three persons lost their lives in an accident caused by low visibility on Delhi-Rewari road.
All flights from Chandigarh airport were cancelled and many flights were delayed at the Amritsar international airport.
The dense fog also delayed almost all trains reaching Chandigarh railway station. According to railway officials, trains reaching Chandigarh from Delhi, Bathinda and Kanpur, were running behind schedule by many hours.
Meanwhile, three persons died in a road accident on Delhi-Rewari road near Junawas village on Tuesday morning as an auto rickshaw and mini bus collided owing to low visibility caused by dense fog. Three of the auto travellers died and some others suffered injuries, officials said.
In Himachal, much to the disappointment of tourists, dry weather conditions prevailed across the state.
With minimum temperature of minus 7.1 degrees Celsius, Keylong town of Lahaul-Spiti district in Himachal Pradesh remained coldest while Una town remained the hottest with maximum temperature of 23 degrees Celsius.
Met officials said that mid and high hills of the state would receive rain or snow at isolated places on Thursday.
Shimla on Tuesday recorded minimum temperature of 5 degrees Celsius while maximum temperature here remained 16.4 degrees Celsius. Dharamshala recorded minimum temperature of 7.4 degree Celsius and maximum temperature of 17.4 degree Celsius. Tourist town of Manali recorded minimum temperature of minus 0.2 degree Celsius and maximum temperature of 14.2 degree Celsius.


REWARI: A social panchayat of 21 villagers in Rewari has attributed the refusal of 50 girlsfrom Sumo village to attend school, alleging eve-teasing, to the marriage of a girl from Sumo village with a youth of adjacent Lala village in violation of social norms.
The panchayat said matrimonial alliances between two villages are prohibited, but the couple flouted this social norm.
The panchayat members suspect the marriage became a pretext for certain elements of Lala village to make comments about the girl from Sumo village.
Rewari: In a first endeavour aimed at educating the farmers' community, Haryana has launched a 12-day train tour for its progressive farmers who will visit a number of places across the country.

The special train "Haryana Mandi Kisan - Bharat Darshan", carrying 400 progressive farmers from the state, was flagged off by state Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda from Delhi Cantt Railway Station in New Delhi on Wednesday.

The train will stop at Jaipur for the first night halt and will later travel to Ujjain, Dwarka and Aurangabad and will reach Nasik Road on January 4. The return journey will start on January 5 and will pass through Jaipur, Rewari, Delhi and Ambala, before reaching Chandigarh on January 6.

Hooda said the tour has been conducted for farmers for the first time in the country and they will interact with traders and farmers and discuss with them the status of agricultural produce and market prices.

This way, he said, farmers will get the knowledge as to which place needs what produce more than others. They will make their contacts in markets at such places to sell their produce in future and get better prices, the Chief Minister said.

A spokesman of the Haryana Agriculture Marketing Board said for the purpose of purchasing farmers' produce, 100 collection centres will be established in the state, particularly for their perishable products.

After purchasing the produce, they will be kept in cold stores, which will lessen the loss of farmers and increase their income, he said. This educational venture has been planned for the benefit of farmers for the first time in the country, he added.

Rewari Dec 30 (IANS) A Haryana Police head constable was knocked dead by an unidentified vehicle Saturday night and his body lay on the road the entire night, police said Sunday.
Head Constable Anurag, 28, resident of ward 16 of Kosli in Rewari district, was posted at Budhera police post under Rajendra Park police station.
"His duty was to keep a surveillance on night traffic. While he was on duty, an unknown vehicle crushed him to death," said a senior police officer.
Anurag's body was seen by a passer-by Sunday morning. He informed the police control room.
He was declared brought dead in hospital. His body was handed over to his family after a post-mortem examination.
A case of death due to negligence has been registered against what police say "unknown people".
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