Daily Archives: September 25, 2017

Power corporations’ employee to get seventh pay commission by this month

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Following on the decision of the state government to give benefit of seventh pay commission to the corporation employee too, state electricity department has issued notification for their three corporations i.e. UPCL, PTCUL and UJVNL on Monday. The notification has been signed by Secretary Power Radhika jha. With this notification government has given festival bonanza to these ...

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LPG cylinder carrying truck turns into a fireball after engine develops snag


A truck carrying flammable LPG cylinders was hit by a technical flaw in the engine and burst into flames. The truck was carrying the cylinders from Indane godown in Haldwani’s Halduchaur and was at Jeolikot near Nainital when the accident happened. The explosion caused the cylinders debris to fall far and wide. Given the danger, about one and a half ...

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Saubhagya scheme-eletricity for all launched by PM Modi

DAINIK NATION BUREAU After getting success in Ujjwala scheme, Union government has launched Saubhagya scheme- pradhan mantra sahaj bijli har ghar yojna worth of Rs 16320 crore on Monday. Under this scheme more than four crore families in rural and urban areas will be providing electricity connection  by December 2018. This was launched by the Prime Minsiter Narendra Modi. Under the scheme, government ...

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3 ADM’s, 2cops removed after BHU lathicharge


Three additional city magistrates of Varanasi and two police officers were today removed in connection with the lathicharge on students in the Banaras Hindu University+ and a high-level probe was ordered into the incident that has spiralled into a major controversy. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP national president Amit Shah spoke to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath about the incident, ...

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Yet another UK BJP leader expressed his grudge


DAINIK NATION BUREAU Strange but true that BJP MLA has lodged police complaint in fake twitter account, which was being run on the name of former chief minister & Garhwal MP Maj Gen Bhuwan Chandra Khanduri, a senior RSS leader has alleged that party is not being run by season politician which is why senior leaders are being overlooked and ...

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Sports is necessary for overall growth of a child: Dr Paul

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Uttarakhand Governor Dr KK Paul has categorically said that sports is an essential along with studies for the overall growth of a child. He also congratulated the parents and teachers of the students for encouraging them to play golf. he expressed these views after distributing prizes among the winner of the fifth Governor’s cup inter school golf tournament at Rajbhawan ...

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EAC constituted to save economy by PM


DAINIK NATION BUREAU Taking cognizance on the economic slump Prime Minister Narendra Modi has constituted a five-member Economic Advisory Council (EAC) led by NITI ayog member Bibek debroy on Monday. It will analyse economic and other issues. The EAC will be led by NITI Aayog member Bibek Debroy while other members are NITI Aayog’s Principal Advisor Ratan Watal as its ...

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Hrithik to play mathematician Anand Kumar in ‘Super 30’


Actor Hrithik Roshan has been confirmed to play the role of mathematician Anand Kumar in his biopic “Super 30”. Directed by Vikas Bahl, the film will showcase the life of the Patna-based scholar, who trains 30 deserving, economically-backward students for IIT-JEE entrance exams every year with commendable success rate. Kumar said he trusts Bahl with his life story and believes ...

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Amit Shah slams Rahul for defending dynastic politics

BJP chief Amit Shah today criticised Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi over his remarks on dynastic politics and said the BJP believes in the politics of performance while the Congress banks on the “politics of appeasement and dynasty”. In his inaugural address at the BJP national executive, Shah said the current president, vice president and the prime minister had reached ...

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