Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Kerala and Delhi teams post hard fought wins-31ST YOUTH NATIONAL BASKETBALL

31ST YOUTH NATIONAL BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP 2014 – DAY TWO: 

(Vishnu Ravi Shankar) Chandigarh, 8th October 2014: Day two of the 31st Youth National Basketball Championship 2014 saw some exciting down-to-the-wire matchups. The day began with a closely contested match between the Kerala and Maharashtra girls’ teams. The Kerala girls edged out their Maharashtrian counterparts with a hard fought 53-44 victory. In the boys matches, team Delhi withstood a furious rally by the Maharashtra boys in the fourth quarter, pulling away for a 81-76 win. Another thrilling encounter was between the Haryana and Kerala boys. Haryana led from the start and held off a late comeback attempt by Kerala, picking up a 71-63 win. The day also saw a few drubbings and blow out wins, with home team Chandigarh girls handily beating the Gujarat girls 62-16. The Jharkhand girls too suffered a huge defeat against Rajasthan, who came away with a 44-7 victory.

A complete list of results of the matches held up to 5:30 pm on 8th October 2014 is as follows:

Girls:

  1. Kerala (Nivya Raj 24, Anusha J.P. 12, Ashwathi J. 8) bt Maharashtra (Shruti S. 24, Neha S. 9, Carina M. 7) 53-44 (8-3, 15-8, 6-14, 24-19)
  2. Karnataka (Bhoomika P. 17, Snigddha 14) bt Uttar Pradesh (Shreyasi Vats 15, Pooja Yadav 12) 73-46 (17-8, 16-15, 26-5, 14-18)
  3. Himachal Pradesh (Sonika 22, Shiva 8) bt Uttarakhand (Sawah 14, Rhea 8) 42-33 (8-11, 9-4, 9-13, 16-5)
  4. Rajasthan (Mahima R. 20, Nikita 8, Aasha 8) bt Jharkhand (Osma Singh 5) 44-7 (12-4, 15-0, 10-1, 7-2)
  5. Puducherry (A. Sona Priyanka 8, S. Samyuktha 8) bt Assam (Rima Begum 13, Pushpanjali Kumari 5) 26-22(7-5, 9-4, 2-6, 8-7)
  6. Chandigarh (A. Kaur 21, A. Kanwar 19) bt Gujarat (A. Godhani 5, A. Pandaya 4) 62-16 (27-7, 12-0, 15-4, 6-5)
  7. Tamil Nadu (Gayathri S. 16, Ishwarya J. 14) bt Haryana (Surya 22, Riya 12) 76-53 (13-15, 27-15, 20-15, 16-8)

Boys:

  1. Delhi (Hansraj 23, Sombir 20) bt Maharashtra (Mearaj Inam 22, Saqlain Jamir 19) 81-76(20-16, 24-20, 16-20, 21-20)
  2. Chhattisgarh (P. Pandey 21, M. Das 17) bt Gujarat (M.A. Palel 6, H.J. Shah 5) 73-32 (22-6, 14-7, 15-10, 22-9)
  3. Tamil Nadu (Bala D. 10, Vishvesh 9) bt Jharkhand (Nishant Kumar 10, R. Vedant 4) 46-16 (28-6, 9-4, 7-4, 2-2)
  4. Uttarakhand (Vishal 8, Prakhar 7, Vaibhav 7) bt Bihar (Nitesh 11, Govind 8) 36-27 (16-7, 5-6, 8-7, 7-7)
  5. Haryana (Deepak 22, Sonu Kumar 18) bt Kerala (Sudarshan P. 24, Ebin Wilson 11) 71-63(20-19, 21-11, 14-13 16-20)

The tentative schedule for the rest of the day of 8th October 2014 and 9th October 2014 is as follows:

Date:08-10-2014 (WEDNESDAY)
COURT – 1
NoTeam “A”VsTeam “B”GroupTiming
28RAJASTHANVsMADHYA PRADESHBB02.30 PM
29CHHATTISGARHVsWEST BENGALGB03.45 PM
30PUNJABVsUTTAR PRADESHBB05.00 PM
31CHANDIGARHVsWEST BENGALBD06.15 PM

COURT –2 (GOVERNMENT COLLEGE FOR WOMEN SECTOR NO 42)
NoTeam “A”VsTeam “B”GroupTiming
34BIHARVsUTTARAKHANDBE09.30 AM
35HIMACHAL PRADESHVsJAMMU& KASHMIRBD04.00 PM
36ODISHAVsMIZORAMBF05.15 PM
37ASSAMVsPUDUCHERRYBF06.30 PM

COURT –3(GOVERNMENT COLLEGE FOR WOMEN SECTOR NO 42)
NoTeam “A”VsTeam “B”GroupTiming
39RAJASTHANVsJHARKHANDGF08.15 AM
41ANDHRA PRADESHVsODISHAGF04.00 PM
42DELHIVsJAMMU & KASHMIRGE05.15 PM

Date:09-10-2014 (THURSDAY)
COURT – 1
NoTeam “A”VsTeam “B”GroupTiming
43KERALAVsUTTAR PRADESHGA
  1. 00 AM
44DELHIVsKERALABA08.15 AM
45MAHARASHTRAVsPUNJABGA09.30 AM
46MAHARASHTRAVsANDHRA PRADESHBA10.45 AM
47GOAVsGUJARATGC12.00 PM
48TAMIL NADUVsWEST BENGALGB01.15 PM
49RAJASTHANVsUTTAR PRADESHBB02.30 PM
50HARYANAVsMADHYA PRADESHGB03.45 PM
51MADHYA PRADESHVsKARNATAKABB05.00 PM
52CHANDIGARHVsJAMMU & KASHMIRBD06.15 PM

COURT –2 (GOVERNMENT COLLEGE FOR WOMEN SECTOR NO 42)
NoTeam “A”VsTeam “B”GroupTiming
53GOAVsGUJARATBC07.00 AM
54TAMIL NADUVsUTTARAKHANDBE08.15 AM
55BIHARVsJHARKHANDBE09.30 AM
56HIMACHAL PRADESHVsWEST BENGALBD04.00 PM
57ODISHAVsPUDUCHERRYBF05.15 PM
58ASSAMVsMIZORAMBF06.30 PM

COURT –3(GOVERNMENT COLLEGE FOR WOMEN SECTOR NO 42)
NoTeam “A”VsTeam “B”GroupTiming
59BIHARVsHIMACHAL PRADESHGD07.00 AM
60DELHIVsPUDUCHERRYGE08.15 AM
61ASSAMVsJAMMU & KASHMIRGE09.30 AM
62ANDHRA PRADESHVsJHARKHANDGF04.00 PM
63RAJASTHANVsODISHAGF05.15 PM

About Basketball Federation of India
The Basketball Federation of India or BFI is the governing and controlling body of basketball in India, and is responsible for the development and promotion of the sport at all levels. BFI has been involved in conducting camps, clinics, events, and training sessions at its academies for the development of basketball. BFI came into being in 1935 and took complete control over Indian basketball in 1950. Prior to that time, the Indian Olympic Association handled the conduct of Indian basketball championships. Since 1950, the BFI has been conducting various such championships, from the grassroots to senior team participation in international tournaments. In addition, the BFI has been responsible for the establishment of strong sub-junior and junior level programs. The BFI has to its credit produced several international players of repute, among them 17 have been bestowed with the honor of Arjuna Award. More information atwww.indiabasketball.org
About IMG Reliance

IMG Reliance Pvt Ltd., is an equal joint venture between Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), India’s largest and most recognized private sector company, and IMG Worldwide (IMG), the world’s leading sports MARKETING and management company. The joint venture company will develop market and manage sports and entertainment in India. Its current assets include India’s premier fashion event, Lakmé Fashion Week and South Asia’s only ATP World Tour event, the Aircel Chennai Open. IMG Reliance has entered agreements with the Basketball Federation of India (BFI) to create a new professional basketball league and manage all aspects of the commercial rights to the game in India and the All India Football Federation (AIFF), to improve, popularize and promote the game of football throughout India, from the grassroots to the professional level. IMG Reliance has also created a scholarship program to identify and train talented young Indians from sports including – basketball, soccer and tennis at IMG’s world-class sports training facilities at IMG Academies in Bradenton, Florida.

Folk Dance & Music – 13 October, Monday, 6.30 pm – Kamani Auditorium

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HICC Invitation: Folk Dance & Music – 13 October, Monday, 6.30 pm – Kamani Auditorium
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Dear Friends,
The Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre cordially invites you all to theperformance of Csillagszeműek (Starry Eyed), the Folk Dance and Music Ensemblefrom Hungary at the 1st International Folk Dance and Music Festival, organized byICCR, on Monday, 13th October at 6.30 pm at Kamani Auditorium, New Delhi.
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31ST YOUTH NATIONAL BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP 2014 TIPS OFF IN CHANDIGARH

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Dates: 7th to 14th October 2014
(Vishnu Ravi Shankar) Chandigarh, 8th October 2014: The 31st Youth National Basketball Championship 2014 tipped off yesterday in Chandigarh with 21 matches taking place on day one. The championship is being organised by the Chandigarh Basketball Association under the aegis of Basketball Federation of India (BFI) and IMG-Reliance Group. The championship was inaugurated by Shri M.P. Singh, IAS Principal Secretary to the Governor of Punjab, who declared the championship open by unfurling the flag of the Basketball Federation of India. A cultural programme was conducted for the chief guest, which included a performance of the traditional Punjabi Bhangra dance.
The matches were played on five different basketball courts simultaneously in and around the sports complex in Sector 42, Chandigarh. Defending champions for boys, Delhi, cruised to an easy 81-56 win over Haryana, while the defending champions for girls, Kerala, beat Karnataka 50-40, in a closely contested match.
In other matches on the opening day, 2013 finalists and silver medal winners for the boys, Rajasthan, were beaten by a margin of over 30 points by 2013 third place finishers Punjab, who won today’s match between the two teams with a final score of 91-58. For the girls, 2013 second and third place finishers, Tamil Nadu and Chhattisgarh, respectively, squared off today.  The Chhattisgarh girls were plagued by foul trouble, and an injury to key player Jonali Dutta in the second half added to their woes. Tamil Nadu took full advantage and ended up with a 66-56 win.
The results of all the matches on day one (7-10-14), along with the top scorers for each team, are set out below.
Girls:
  1. Madhya Pradesh (Sakshi 32, Kuisha 8) bt West Bengal (Paramita 12, Devishi 4) 52-18 (14-4, 21-4, 16-5, 1-5)
  2. Punjab (Romalpreet Kaur 13, Rajandeep Kaur 12) bt Uttar Pradesh (Pooja Yadav 20, Shreyasi Vats 17) 68-62 (15-15, 21-17, 13-13, 19-17)
  3. Tamil Nadu (Sindhuja 21, Kowsika 10, Amritha 10) bt Chhatisgarh (Mahima 24, Jonali Dutta 8) 66-56 (8-17, 12-6, 24-13, 22-20)
  4. Uttarakhand (Rhea Satija 17, Sarah Choudhary 16) bt Bihar (Chairsha Jaiswal 13, Rolly Gupta 2) 41-16 (11-6, 14-5, 9-3, 7-2)
  5. Jammu and Kashmir (Pearl Sharma 16, Sarabjeet Kour 13) bt Puducherry (A. Sandhya 18, A Sona Priyanka 6) 42-33 (11-14, 10-8, 7-2, 14-9)
  6. Delhi (Gurkiran 19, Simran 11) bt Assam (Pushpanjali 8, Rima 2) 51-10 (12-3, 8-0, 17-4, 14-3)
  7. Odisha (J. Baskey 16, V. Malik 12) bt Jharkhand (Alka Gupta 2, Osma Singh 2) 36-5(18-2, 12-0, 2-1, 4-2)
  8. Andhra Pradesh (M. Lakshmi Sravanthi 16, Sharon Biju 12, T. Harika 11) btRajasthan (Nikita 13, Saroj Soni 11, Mahima Ramand 8) 52-42 (4-5, 10-17, 19-15, 19-5)
  9. Kerala (Anusha J.P. 17, Ashwathi J. 10) bt Karnataka (Lopamudra T. 21, Baby Bai H.V. 8) 50-40 (18-15, 15-0, 8-10, 9-15)
  10. Chandigarh (Harnoor 10, Anchal 9) bt Goa (Rachel Rapose 14, Franzila 7) 33-30 (7-9, 8-3, 6-9, 12-9)
Boys:
  1. Karnataka (Dev Mishra 23, Guru Prasad 18) bt Uttar Pradesh (Dheeraj 27, Kabeer 12)76-70 (18-13, 22-15, 26-14, 10-28)
  2. Punjab (Rahul Mehla 23, Ravi Mehla 13) bt Rajasthan (Abbas Ali 15, Yogendra Singh 10) 91-58 (19-9, 21-22, 31-12, 20-15)
  3. Delhi (Hansraj 21, Sombir 20, Vishal Kumar 16) bt Haryana (Sonu Kumar 17, Deepak 12, Ankit 9) 81-56 (15-6, 26-14, 25-21, 15-15)
  4. Chhattisgarh (M. Das 24, A. Rai 11) bt Goa (N. Shaikh 20, S. Talamraju 11) 77-40(21-11, 15-13, 21-6, 20-10)
  5. Tamil Nadu (Adarsh Premshan 14, Hari Ram 12, Bala Dhaneshwar 10) bt Bihar(Abhinandan Kumar 9, Nitesh Kumar 6, Govind Kumar 4) 64-21 (21-2, 23-8, 14-3, 6-8)
  6. Uttarakhand (Vaibhav 15, Vishal 13) bt Jharkhand (Nishant 19, Attaul 12) 63-54(15-14, 10-10, 15-13, 23-17)
  7. Mizoram (Eddie Z. 18, Zonusanga 13) bt Puducherry (Ishaan 9, Gauutham 7) 62-28(28-9, 6-3, 15-8, 13-8)
  8. Odisha (Siba 16, Abhisek 10) bt Assam (Arbaaz 14, Sanju 4) 57-29 (14-9, 10-6, 15-10, 18-4)
  9. West Bengal (Binod Shaw 27, Alok Kumar 21) bt Jammu and Kashmir (Abhisar 24, Rohan Sharma 21) 71-60 (27-11, 9-20, 24-15, 11-14)
  10. Chandigarh (Amit 24, Garu Malhotra 7) bt Himachal Pradesh (Rohit Yadav 10, Sahil Virdi 7) 51-27 (14-4, 17-4, 10-4, 10-15)
  11. Kerala (Sudarsan 27) bt Andhra Pradesh (M.S.D. Prasad 16) 70-41 (16-16, 19-4, 19-7, 16-14)
The tentative schedule for today (8th October 2014) is as follows:
Date: 08-10-2014 (WEDNESDAY)
COURT – 1
NoTeam “A”VsTeam “B”GroupTiming
22KERALAVsMAHARASHTRAGA
  1. 00 AM
23DELHIVsMAHARASHTRABA08.15 AM
24KARNATAKAVsUTTAR PRADESHGA09.30 AM
25HARYANAVsKERALABA10.45 AM
26CHANDIGARHVsGUJARATGC12.00 PM
27TAMIL NADUVsHARYANAGB01.15 PM
28RAJASTHANVsMADHYA PRADESHBB02.30 PM
29CHHATTISGARHVsWEST BENGALGB03.45 PM
30PUNJABVsUTTAR PRADESHBB05.00 PM
31CHANDIGARHVsWEST BENGALBD06.15 PM

COURT –2 (GOVERNMENT COLLEGE FOR WOMEN SECTOR NO 42)
NoTeam “A”VsTeam “B”GroupTiming
32CHHATTISGARHVsGUJARATBC07.00 AM
33TAMIL NADUVsJHARKHANDBE08.15 AM
34BIHARVsUTTARAKHANDBE09.30 AM
35HIMACHAL PRADESHVsJAMMU& KASHMIRBD04.00 PM
36ODISHAVsMIZORAMBF05.15 PM
37ASSAMVsPUDUCHERRYBF06.30 PM

COURT –3 (GOVERNMENT COLLEGE FOR WOMEN SECTOR NO 42)
NoTeam “A”VsTeam “B”GroupTiming
38UTTARAKHANDVsHIMACHAL PRADESHGD07.00 AM
39RAJASTHANVsJHARKHANDGF08.15 AM
40ASSAMVsPUDUCHERRYGE09.30 AM
41ANDHRA PRADESHVsODISHAGF04.00 PM
42DELHIVsJAMMU & KASHMIRGE05.15 PM

About Basketball Federation of India
The Basketball Federation of India or BFI is the governing and controlling body of basketball in India, and is responsible for the development and promotion of the sport at all levels. BFI has been involved in conducting camps, clinics, events, and training sessions at its academies for the development of basketball. BFI came into being in 1935 and took complete control over Indian basketball in 1950. Prior to that time, the Indian Olympic Association handled the conduct of Indian basketball championships. Since 1950, the BFI has been conducting various such championships, from the grassroots to senior team participation in international tournaments. In addition, the BFI has been responsible for the establishment of strong sub-junior and junior level programs. The BFI has to its credit produced several international players of repute, among them 17 have been bestowed with the honor of Arjuna Award. More information atwww.indiabasketball.org
About IMG Reliance
IMG Reliance Pvt Ltd., is an equal joint venture between Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), India’s largest and most recognized private sector company, and IMG Worldwide (IMG), the world’s leading sports marketing and management company. The joint venture company will develop market and manage sports and entertainment in India. Its current assets include India’s premier fashion event, Lakmé Fashion Week and South Asia’s only ATP World Tour event, the Aircel Chennai Open. IMG Reliance has entered agreements with the Basketball Federation of India (BFI) to create a new professional basketball league and manage all aspects of the commercial rights to the game in India and the All India Football Federation (AIFF), to improve, popularize and promote the game of football throughout India, from the grassroots to the professional level. IMG Reliance has also created a scholarship program to identify and train talented young Indians from sports including – basketball, soccer and tennis at IMG’s world-class sports training facilities at IMG Academies in Bradenton, Florida.

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Haryana Assembly elections1343 candidates have criminal cases

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Press Release: 94 (7%) out of 1343 candidates contesting from Haryana Assembly elections have declared criminal cases against themselves. Average Assets: Rs. 4.54 crores. 67 re-contesting MLAs have shown an average asset growth of Rs. 11.41 crores over 5 years.
Haryana Election Watch and Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) have analysed the self-sworn affidavits of 1343 candidates out of 1351 candidates who are contesting in the Haryana Assembly Elections of 2014. The rest of the candidates were not analysed due to unclear/incomplete affidavits uploaded on the ECI website at the time of making of this report.
Please find the following attachments with this mail
  • Report on Criminal, Financial and other background details of candidates contesting in the Haryana Assembly Elections 2014 (English/Hindi)
  • Report on Asset Comparison of Re-contesting MLAs (English/Hindi)
  • Annexure 1 – Full Asset details of Crorepati Candidates
  • Annexure 2 – Details of Candidates with Declared Criminal Cases
Criminal Background
  • Candidates with Criminal Cases: Out of the 1343 candidates analysed, 94 (7%) candidates have declared criminal cases against themselves. There has been a reduction in the percentage and number of candidates with criminal cases from the 2009 Haryana Assembly elections where 109 (9%) out of 1186 candidates analysed had declared criminal cases.
  • Candidates with Serious Criminal Cases: 70 (5%) candidates have declared serious criminal cases including cases related to murder, attempt to murder, communal disharmony, crimes against women etc. The number and percentage of candidates with criminal cases has decreased in 2014 from 86 (7%) in the 2009 assembly elections.
  • Candidates with Charges framed: Out of the 94 candidates who have declared pending criminal cases against themselves, 49 (52%) have declared that the charges for these cases have already been framed by the court of law.
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  • Candidates with cases related to murdercandidates have declared cases related to murderVed Pal of Haryana Janhit Congress (BL) from Tosham constituency, Ravi Kumar of Haryana Lokhit Party from Garhi Sampla-Kiloi and Rati Ram anIndependent candidate from Badli constituency have declared cases of murder. 11candidates have declared cases of attempt to murder.
  • Candidates with cases related to Crimes against Women: 7 candidates have declared cases related to crimes against women. Out of these 5 candidates have declared cases related to husband or relative of husband of a woman subjecting her to cruelty (IPC Section-498A).
  • Candidates with cases related to Kidnapping: Ved Pal of Haryana Janhit Congress (BL) from Tosham constituency has declared a case related toKidnapping or maiming a minor for purposes of begging (IPC Section-363A)Rakesh Baagh Singh an Independent candidate from Indri Constituency and Ravi Kumar of Haryana Lokhit Party from Garhi Sampla-Kiloi constituency have declared a case related toKidnapping or abducting with intent secretly and wrongfully to confine person (IPC Section-365)
  • Candidates with cases related to Robbery and Dacoity: Dhirender Singh of BSPfrom Ballabhgarh constituency and Ajay Kumar an Independent candidate from Mahendragarh Constituency have declared cases related to robbery and dacoity.
  • Party wise Candidates with Criminal Cases: (10%) out of 90 candidates from BJP,4 (4%) out of 90 candidates from INC10 (11%) out of 88 candidates from INLD10(15%) out of 65 candidates fielded by Haryana Janhit Congress (BL), 6 (8%) out of 75 candidates fielded by Haryana Lokhit Party and 41 (7%) out of 597 Independentcandidates have declared criminal cases against themselves in their affidavits.
  • Party wise Candidates with Serious Criminal Cases: (7%) out of 90 candidates from BJP4 (4%) out of 90 candidates from INC6 (7%) out of 88 candidates fromINLD(12%) out of 65 candidates fielded by Haryana Janhit Congress (BL), 3 (4%)out of 75 candidates fielded by Haryana Lokhit Party and 31 (5%) out of 597Independent candidates have declared criminal cases against themselves in their affidavits.​
​Financial Background
    • Crorepati Candidates: Out of the 1343 candidates analysed, 563 (42%) are crorepatis. This shows an increase in the number and percentage of crorepatis from the previous Haryana Assembly elections in 2009 where out of 1186 candidates analysed, 380 (32%) candidates were crorepatis.
    • High Asset Candidates: Out of 1343 candidates analysed, 122 candidates declared assets worth more than Rs. 10 crores. The number of high asset candidates have increased from the previous Haryana Assembly elections in 2009 wherein 41 candidates had declared assets worth more than Rs. 10 crores.
9 candidates have declared assets worth more than Rs 100 crores. The details of these candidates are as follows;
S.No.NameDistrictConstituencyParty NameMovable Assets (Rs)Immovable Assets (Rs)Total Assets (Rs)PAN Given
1Ravi ChauhanMahendragarhAteliIND5,74,88,4962,06,52,00,0002,12,26,88,496
212 Crore+
Y
2Anita ChauhanMahendragarhAteliIND5,74,88,4962,06,52,00,0002,12,26,88,496
212 Crore+
Y
3Shakti RaniPanchkulaKalkaHaryana Jan Chetna Party (V)1,27,43,00,00038,91,20,000*1,66,34,20,000
166 Crore+
Y
4Venod SharmaAmbalaAmbala CityHaryana Jan Chetna Party (V)1,27,43,00,00025,71,00,0001,53,14,00,000
153 Crore+
Y
5Gopal KandaSirsaSirsaHaryana Lokhit Party81,38,36,79333,38,00,0001,14,76,36,793
114 Crore+
Y
6Smt Savitri JindalHisarHisarINC55,20,28,00058,07,13,0001,13,27,41,000
113 Crore+
Y
7Vipul GoyalFaridabadFaridabadBJP62,95,89,88143,67,52,7311,06,63,42,612
106 Crore+
Y
8Sukhbir KatariaGurgaonGurgaonIND11,76,86,26892,50,00,0001,04,26,86,268
104 Crore+
Y
9Kailash Chand BhagatKaithalKaithalINLD94,95,76,9265,20,37,7001,00,16,14,626
100 Crore+
Y
Total assets include assets of self and others
  • Party-wise Crorepati Candidates: 81 (90%) out of 90 candidates in INC77 (86%)out of 90 candidates in BJP72 (82%) out of 88 candidates in INLD,37 (57%) out of 65 candidates in Haryana Janhit Congress (BL), 25 (33%) out of 75 candidates fromHaryana Lokhit Party and 184 (31%) out of 597 Independent candidates have declared assets worth more than Rs. 1 crore.
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  • Average Assets: The average assets per candidate contesting in the Haryana 2014 Assembly elections is Rs.4.54 crores. The average assets per candidate in the previous Haryana Assembly elections 2009 was Rs. 2.05 crores.
  • Party-wise Average Assets: Among major parties, the average assets per candidate for 90 INC candidates is Rs 11.38 crores90 BJP candidates have average assets ofRs.9.80 crores, 88 INLD candidates have average assets worth of Rs.11.41 croresand 65 Haryana Janhit Congress (BL)candidates have average assets of Rs. 6.12 crores.​
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  • Party-wise Asset Rank: 62 (69%) out of 90 INC candidates occupy the top three highest assets positions amongst all the contesting candidates in their respective constituencies. Similarly, 49 (54%) out of 90 BJP candidates, 51 (57%) out of 88 INLDcandidates and 20 (31%) out of 65 Haryana Janhit Congress (BL) candidates occupy the top three highest assets positions in their constituency.
Note: The following graph analyses the number of candidates fielded by political parties who have declared either the highest total assets in their constituency (among the candidates analysed for the constituency), or the second highest or the third highest.
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  • Candidates with High Income as declared in ITR*: 13 candidates have declared total annual income of more than Rs. 1 crore. Top 3 candidates with highest declared total income are given below:
S.No.NameParty NameDistrictConstituencyTotal Assets (Rs)The financial year for which the last income tax return has been filed by candidateTotal income shown by candidate in ITR (Self+Spouse+Dependent) (Rs)Self income shown by candidate in ITR (Rs)
1RohtasINDGurgaonSohna60,02,80,335
60 Crore+
2013-201467,88,90,110
67 Crore+
67,88,90,110
67 Crore+
2Vipul GoyalBJPFaridabadFaridabad1,06,63,42,612
106 Crore+
2012-20134,42,17,962
4 Crore+
2,27,24,431
2 Crore+
3Chaudhary Abhay Singh ChautalaINLDSirsaEllenabad43,13,01,267
43 Crore+
2013-20142,16,74,730
2 Crore+
2,16,34,800
2 Crore+
*Total income includes income of self, spouse and dependents
  • Candidates who have not declared Income Tax Details*: 674 (50%) candidates out of 1343 analyzed have not declared income tax details.
    *Some candidates may be exempted from filing Income Tax Returns
  • Education Details of Candidates: 37 candidates have declared that they areilliterate756 (56%) candidates (not including candidates who are illiterate) have declared that have an education qualification of 12th pass or below while 525 (39%)candidates have declared having an educational qualification of graduate or above.
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  • Age Details of Candidates: 917 (68%) candidates have declared their age to be between 25 to 50 years while 380 (28%) candidates have declared their age to be between 51 to 70 years and 16 (1%) candidates have declared their age to be above 71 years.
  • Gender Details of Candidates: 115 (9%) female candidates out of 1343 candidates analysed are contesting in the Haryana 2014 elections, while 69 (6%) female candidates out of 1222 candidates contested during Haryana 2009 electionsOut of 746 candidates fielded by political parties in 2014 Haryana elections, only 82 candidates were female.
Asset Comparison of Re-contesting MLAs
Association of Democratic reforms and Haryana Election Watch (HEW) has analysed self-sworn affidavits of 1343 candidates contesting in the Haryana State Assembly Elections 2014.
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67 re-contesting MLAs i.e. winners in the 2009 Haryana assembly elections who are contesting again in 2014, have been analyzed for the Haryana Assembly Elections 2014
  • The average assets of these 67 re-contesting MLAs in 2009 was Rs. 7.30 crores
  • The average assets of re-contesting MLAs as declared in their affidavits in 2014 isRs. 18.71 crores
  • The average asset growth of re-contesting MLAs is Rs. 11.41 crores
  • The percentage average asset growth of re-contesting MLAs is 156%
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  • Highest Increase in Assets: Savitri Jindal of INC from Hisar constituency has declared maximum increase in total assets with an increase of Rs 69.59 crore i.e from Rs. 43.68 crores in 2009 to Rs. 113.27 crores in 2014. Total assets of Sukhbir Kataria an Independent candidate from Gurgaon constituency have increased by Rs 65.92 crore, from Rs 38.34 crores in 2009 to Rs 104.26 crore in 2014 followed byVenod Sharma of Haryana Jan Chetna Party (V) from Ambala City constituency whose total assets have risen by Rs. 65.73 crore, from Rs 87.40 crores in 2009 to Rs 153.14 crore in 2014 and Kuldeep Bishnoi of Haryana Janhit Congress (BL) from Adampur constituency has shown an asset increase an increase of Rs. 62.81 crores from Rs. 17.30 crores to Rs. 80.12 crores.
  • Party-wise asset comparison of re-contesting MLAs: 38 re-contesting MLAs of INC have shown a percentage increase in average assets of 185%, 19 INLD MLAs with 207% increase in average assets, 4 BJP MLAs with 211% average asset increase, I MLA from Haryana Janhit Congress (BL) with asset increase of 363%, 1 MLA from Haryana Lokhit Party with 82% asset increase, 1 BSP MLA with 98% asset increase, 1 Haryana Jan Chetna Party (V) MLA with 75% asset increase and 2 Independent MLAs with 149% average asset increase.
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