Daily Archives: September 21, 2017

India climb to number 1 in ODI rankings after Kuldeep hattrick


Left-arm spinner Kuldeep Yadav became only the third Indian to take a hat-trick as the hosts demolished Australia by 50 runs in the second ODI on Thursday, continuing their dominating run over the listless visitors. Chasing 253 on a tricky surface, Australia once again had no answer to the guile of wrist spinners Yuzvendra Chahal (2/34) and chinaman Yadav (3/54), ...

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Hunar Haat for Minority at Puducherry

DAINIK NATION BUREAU In a bid to provide market and opportunity to master artisan especially minority communities, Union Minister for Minority Affairs is going to organise a Hunar Haat in between September 24-30 at Puducherry. This has been claimed by union minister for minority affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Thursday. “Hunar Haat”, organised by Minority Affairs Ministry earlier at different ...

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Yet another student become victim of molestation in school toilet


DAINIK NATION BUREAU A fortnight after the horrific murder of Pradyuman Thakur at Ryan International School Gurugram, a nine-year-old was molested in the toilet of a public school in Panipat. As per the girl the molester was one of the five sweepers of the school. A relative of the girl said she told the parents that the man had tried ...

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Bageshwar Govt. College elections to be held on September 28


The student union elections will be held on September 28 in the State Post Graduate College, Bageshwar. On Wednesday, Chief Election Officer Dr. Naresh Kumar issued notification of the student union elections in the presence of Principal SC Pant. For student union elections, the nomination forms will be sold from 10 am to the office hours on September 25 and ...

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Angry mob burns government effigy to protest against petrol diesel price hike


Dwarahat: Due to the huge increase in petrol and diesel prices and quota of kerosene oil quota, angry young activists burnt the effigy of the central government. They also demanded to withdraw those anti-people decisions. Today UKD and USF activists gathered at the main crossroad this morning. Slamming the the central government for increasing the fuel prices the protesters said ...

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Calcutta HC reverses Mamta Banerjee government’s order allows Durga immersion on Muharram


The Calcutta High Court on Thursday allowed immersion of Durga idols in West Bengal till 12 am on all days including Muharram, setting aside the state government’s previous decision to not immerse idols on Muharram day. The court also asked the police to ensure that specific routes are designated for immersion and Tazia. The court began hearing the plea on ...

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Youth becoming diabetic due to malnutrition: Dr Varun

DAINIK NATION BUREAU The underlying cause of diabetes is insulin deficiency which is absolute in type 1 diabetes and partial in type 2 diabetes. Although diabetes may occur at any age, surveys indicate that prevalence  rises steeply with age. Type 2 diabetes usually comes to middle years of life and thereafter begins to rise in frequency. Malnutrition  related diabetes affects ...

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Railway would disburse productivity based bonus to their employee

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Fed-up with the frequent accident due to employee negligence, Union Railway Minister Peeyush goyal, who has been made railway minister in recent cabinet reshuffle, Indian Railway has decided to give Productivity based bonus to their employee. Although RPF and RPSF have been excluded from this benefit. In a bid to boost services of the Indian Railways, the ...

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Myanmar has agreed to take back Rohingya: HM


DAINIK NATION BUREAU Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh has reiterated that Rohingya Muslims, who are living in India, are not refugees but they are illegal immigrants so objection to deport them are baseless since Myanmar has expressed his desire to take them back. He stressed that 40000 Rohingya are neither refugees nor have taken asylum. Now Union government has said ...

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Hurricane Maria leaves entire island of Puerto Rico without electricity


Hurricane Maria battered Puerto Rico with a one-two punch of high winds and driving rain before beginning its deliberate march toward the Dominican Republic. Early Thursday, the National Hurricane Center said the storm had regained “major hurricane status,” upgrading it to Category 3. The center said at 2 a.m. that Maria’s maximum sustained winds had risen to almost 115 miles ...

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