Daily Archives: September 16, 2017

Tension increases as Amit Shah’s visit date coming closer

DAINIK NATION BUREAU With the much-hyped BJP’s national president Amit Shah two days long visit to Dehradun inching closer,  the party leaders, including the chief minister Trivendra Singh Rawat, are looking tense  while they are going the whole hog to streamline things. While the party leaders are busy preparing for the slew of meetings Shah is scheduled to hold during ...

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PM Modi to inaugurate world’s second biggest dam on his birthday

The Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, will dedicate the Sardar Sarovar Dam to the nation, at Kevadia in Gujarat on September 17, 2017.The inaugural event, held on the occasion of PM Modi’s 67th birthday on Sunday, will also see the culmination of the fortnight-long Narmada Mahotsav – launched by the Gujarat government to celebrate the completion of the work. The height ...

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Doon Kidney scam’s kingpin arrested by police

DAINIK NATION BUREAU In a major breakthrough in the kidney scam Dehradun police have arrested its kingpin Dr Amit Kumar along with two other accused from Haryana on Saturday while they were planning to go to Nepal. Others arrested are Dr Jeevan and a nurse Sarla.  However,  a driver Pradeep alias Billu, another accused of the case, was arrested from Raiwala and ...

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No agreement reached at Indus Water Treaty talks: World Bank


The latest round of talks between India and Pakistan on Indus Water Treaty concluded without reaching an agreement, the World Bank has said even as it assured that both countries will continue to work to resolve the issues in an amicable manner. “While an agreement has not been reached at the conclusion of the meetings, the World Bank will continue ...

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Mother’s breast feed can save premature baby’s life

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Now it is medically proven that Mother’s breast milk can help premature babies get metabolic boost, as per the study report that may lead to better baby formula. Researcher of Pennsylvania state university in the US compared the breast milk of mothers with babies born premature-between 28-37 weeks gestation or after 38 weeks. They examined whether there ...

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CBSE serves notice to Ryan international school

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Taking cognizance on inquiry report into the Pradyuman Thakur murder case, reveals that Ryan International School’s negligence on multiple counts, the CBSE has sent show cause notice to the school to explain why their affiliation should not be stripped. The enquiry report says that the murder that shocked the nation could have been averted. ‘From the sequence of ...

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Kangana is right to an extent: Varun on nepotism


Varun Dhawan believes the nepotism debate started by Kangana Ranaut is right to a certain extent but has now been blown out of proportion by others. Earlier this year, the “Queen” star had called filmmaker Karan Johar the “flag-bearer of nepotism” on his chat show, stoking a major controversy. The matter escalated further at an award function when Varun along ...

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Biblical philosophy claims end of World on September 23


Conspiracy theorists keep coming up with doomsday predictions at regular intervals and it appears like it will never end. Now, it has been widely circulated on internet and social media that a mysterious planet called Nibiru aka Planet X will hit the earth this month and destroy it. This report has spread far and wide. Surprisingly, a source has said ...

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Leander Paes dropped from Ministry’s list for monthly allowance


The Sports Ministry has left out veteran Leander Paes and Saketh Myneni from the initial list of tennis players, who have been chosen for monthly allowance for their preparations for the next year’s big-ticket events and the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. According to reliable Sports Ministry sources, among the players who have been chosen for Rs 50,000 allowance per month are ...

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Digital economy to offer 5-7 million job opportunities: Prasad


India’s burgeoning digital economy is expected to provide job opportunities to about 50-70 lakh youth in the country by 2020, Electronics and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said yesterday. Reiterating the Centre’s commitment towards the country’s growth, Prasad said it is important to have affordable and inclusive technology to ensure growth and prosperity for the masses. Speaking at the Digital ...

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