Daily Archives: September 2, 2017

PM Modi to rejig his cabinet on sunday

DAINIK NATION BUREAU At least a dozen new faces may be inducted into the Union Cabinet on Sunday when Prime Minister Narendra Modi undertakes reshuffle of his ministry. This would be last rejig ahead of assembly election in some states and the General election-2019. Although there is no official confirmation about the number but it is being presumed since resignation ...

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Joshimath has sent message of humanity tday

DAINIK NATION BUREAU   Joshimath in the Chamoli district which houses the fabled Badrinath shrine has displayed an exemplary communal harmony with  Eid Ul Juha (also known as Bakrid)  being celebrated with devotion and enthusiasm at a Gurudwara on Saturday. Observers say that the people of the place where the famous shrine is housed have sent a  message of them craving ...

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RIMC won Doon school junior soccer championship-2017

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Rashtriya Indian Military College Junior Soccer team lifted the coveted Doon School Junior Soccer Championship trophy on saturday. In an exciting final match RIMC bulldozed the rival Welham Boys School by 6-0 and clinched the title of Winners of Doon School Jr Soccer Cup.  Cdt Jodha scored three goals and Cdt Nshkal and cadt Aditya scored one ...

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toilets on google map in coming days under SBM

DAINIK NATION BUREAU   If you get a natural call  while moving around the city you need not ask anyone about where the nearest toilet is. Just push a button on your internet-enabled mobile phone and feed your whereabouts. You would be instantly guided about where to go to relieve yourself.  This is what is to start  either by the ...

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IIM Ahmedabad students were briefed by UK Gov

DAINIK NATION BUREAU A group of students from Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Ahmadabad, who are on a study tour in Uttarakhand, made a courtesy call on the Governor Dr K K Paul at Raj Bhawan on Saturday. Dr Paul spoke to them on various subjects and stressed on the need for skill development for getting employment. In the context of Uttarakhand, ...

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NSUI wud hv won if cong had supported them: Rawat

DAINIK NATION BUREAU A day after the BJP’s student affiliate ABVP retained its hold  over the DAV PG College-  with its candidate having defeated the candidate  of Congress affiliate NSUI  for the prestigious post of the president  of the students’ union by a narrow margin, the fEx-CM Harish Rawat cried foul of the party leaders, saying that they failed to ...

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BRICS Business Forum to meet tomorrow on summit sidelines


Over 1,000 business leaders including those from India and other emerging economies are expected to attend the eigth BRICS Business Forum tomorrow here on the sidelines of the BRICS Summit. Chinese President Xi Jinping will attend the opening ceremony of the forum and deliver a keynote speech. “The forum is expected to gather a record 1,200 attendees, including representatives from ...

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Baadshaho garners 12 crore on Day 1; Subh Mangal Savadhan grosses 2.71 crore


Ajay Devgn’s new film Baadshaho, which released on Friday, has taken off on a positive note, raking in more than Rs 12 crore on its opening day. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted on Saturday: “#Baadshaho starts on a SOLID NOTE… Fri Rs 12.03 cr. India biz… Biz should only grow stronger on Sat and Sun.” The Milan Luthria film is ...

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Germany to invest ₹ 910 crore in Uttarakhand


Germany proposed to get rid of the decomposed sewer and industrial pollution in Uttarakhand. The key partner in the integrated Ganga conservation campaign ‘Namami Gange’, Germany will invest about 125 million euros in Uttarakhand, i.e. around 910 crore rupees. Cleanliness management system in 24 cities of the state, including Haridwar and Rishikesh, will benefit from German expertise in solid waste ...

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Part of Badrinath Highway washed away due to heavy rains


Incessant rains for the past 48 hours, the rain disrupted daily life in Garhwal. More than 100 connecting routes have been closed due to debris in rural areas, people are facing huge difficulties due to water logging in Dehradun and Haridwar. The rivers and streams are in full flow. The water level of Tehri lake has reached 817 meters. The ...

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