Daily Archives: October 28, 2017

India emerging as leader in milk production; Radha

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Union Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh today said that India is emerging as a leader among the milk-producing nations and produced 163.7 million tonne milk worth of Rs four lakh crore in the year 2016-17. Comfed/Sudha are playing important roles in collection, processing, and marketing of milk in Bihar. Agriculture Minister said that in 2015-16 total milk ...

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UK to organise run for unity on Oct 31; CM

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Following on the union government decision to celebrate October 31 as Rashtriya Ekta Diwas (National Unity Day) Uttarakhand government has decided to organise run for unity in the state. Chief Minister Trivendra singh Rawat disclose this to media at his residence today. CM said that as we know that Sardar Patel had merged several Rajwada with India ...

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To expedite reconstruction work CS visits kedarnath

DAINIK NATION BUREAU install cctv to review work progress and arrange drone too A day after making presenation before the prime minister narendra modi about the state reconstruction plan for kedarpuri, chief secretary Utpal Kumar Singh along with Principal Secretary Home visited to Kedarnath today. There he reviewed the ongoing construction workS and given some instruction to the executive agencies ...

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Cow to be protected at any cost; CM

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat reiterated their government would not allow cattle smuggling and will do everything to protect cow. We have asked the police to constitute special squad to deal with this menace in haridwar. He expressed these views after his Government’s stance that it would stop cattle smuggling and cow slaughter with a heavy hand ...

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MAD & ETF conducted joint survey of upper area of Rispana river

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Making A Difference by Being the Difference (MAD) members and Eco Task Force (ETF) led by Col. HSR Rana today undertook an on foot survey of the upper area of Rispana river. It may be noted that earlier Chief Minister, Trivendra Singh Rawat had tasked the Eco Task Force with an ambitious plan to undertake massive plantations ...

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HP poll would be acid test for Sukh Ram

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Former union minister Sukh Ram, who has won many elections from Mandi, political competence is on test this time because he has been trying to shape up his son anil sharma’s future by donning BJP hat. As we know that he had merged his party with BJP just before assembly election date announced by the election commission. ...

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Coming soon to WhatsApp: Message recall feature

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WhatsApp is soon launching its “delete for everyone” option, which can enable users to delete a message that has already been sent, for all people within a conversation. The much-anticipated solution, however, is still in its pilot phase, and has not been rolled out for WhatsApp’s complete user base. Rumours have been doing the rounds for a while now, but ...

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Six new IITs to come up at Tirupati, Palakkad, Goa, Dharwad, Jammu and Bhilai

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The Union Cabinet on 24th October 2017 approved a Rs. 7,002 crore plan for construction of permanent campuses for six new IITs, to be completed by 31st March 2020. Each campus will have facility for housing 1,200 students, beginning from the academic year 2020-2021. Currently, these institutions are functioning from temporary campuses with a total strength of 1,530 students. After ...

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Sonia Gandhi’s condition stable now; Rahul Gandhi

DAINIK NATION BUREAU The All India Congress Committee (AICC) President Sonia Gandhi, who was admitted to sir Ganga Ram hospital Delhi on Friday, condition is stable now. As per the information she had gone to Shimla on Friday rushed back to the Delhi and admitted to the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital after she complained of an upset stomach. According to ...

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HC to hear plea on NH-74 scam today

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The Nainital High Court is likely to give it’s directives tomorrow on whether the government should refer the NH-74 probe to the CBI or continue with SIT investigation. While hearing a PIL on the matter, Judges Sudhanshu Dhulia and Lok Pal Singh had on October 8 ordered the CBI to inform the court during the next hearing (October 28) it’s ...

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