Daily Archives: November 1, 2017

Launch of Food Regulatory Portal Announced


“Nivesh Bandhu” An Investor Facilitation Portal to be Launched during World Food India 2017 Union Minister of Food Processing Industries, Harsimrat Kaur Badal chaired the Press Conference detailing about the activities to be undertaken in the World Food India 2017 Expo, here today. As India gets ready to host its biggest food event aiming to transform the food economy and ...

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Manhattan terror attack: NYPD cop stopped suspect from taking more lives


Eight people were killed and 11 seriously injured in a Halloween afternoon attack that the mayor called “a particularly cowardly act of terror.” The driver — identified by officials as an immigrant from Uzbekistan — was in critical condition but expected to survive after a police officer shot him in the abdomen. Investigators were trying to speak with him Wednesday. ...

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SC seeks details of 1,581 cases against MPs and MLAs

The Supreme Court today directed the Centre to place before it details regarding 1,581 cases involving MPs and MLAs, as declared by politicians at the time of filing their nominations during the 2014 general elections. The apex court asked the government to apprise it as to how many of these 1,581 cases have been disposed of within one year and ...

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Geoinformatics play important role in urban planning; Gov

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Governor Dr KK Paul today inaugurated the 37th international congress of the Indian National Cartographic Association (INCA) at the National Hydrographic Office.The theme of the congress is “Geoinformatics for Carto-diversity and its Management”. The Governor said that the theme was very relevant and significant as geoinformatics was playing an important role in urban planning, land use management, public health, ...

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Police urge people to install CCTVs cameras

DAINIK NATION BUREAU The police have appealed to the residents of Jammu to install CCTV cameras in their colonies, shops and houses, and at important roads to prevent crime in their localities. Jammu (south) SP Sandeep Chaudhary said that residents have also been asked to keep details of tenants and domestic helps verified by the local police station. “We have ...

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A PIL filed in SC to seek minority status for Hindu

DAINIK NATION BUREAU A public interest litigation (PIL) filed in the Supreme Court has sought minority status for Hindus in eight states where the religious community’s population has fallen below 50 per cent, as per census-2011. The plea has sought minority status for Hindus in Lakshadweep, Mizoram, Nagaland, Meghalaya, Jammu and Kashmir, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur and Punjab where the population ...

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Massive bureaucratic reshuffle in UK


In a bid to expedite the execution of work, which has been witnessing since arrival of new chief secretary Utpal Kumar Singh, state government has reshuffled 16 IAS including additional chief secretary today. Additional chief Secretary Ranbir Singh has been given additional charge of Forest and Environment and Additonal chief secretary Omprakash has been given additional charge of Civil aviation ...

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UK govt launches DBT scheme tday

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Chief minister Trivendra singh rawat  has inaugurated the Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) scheme for farmers here in Dehradun. He has also distributed Point of Sale (POS) machines among the fertilizer dealers. with this implementation uttarakhand become fifth state, which has introduced DBT, in the country. In his address CM Rawat said that with this inauguration uttarakhand has ...

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India’s rank rises to 100 in World Bank’s doing Business Report, 2018


The World Bank, has released the Doing Business (DB) Report, 2018. The Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) is pleased to announce that India ranks 100 among 190 countries assessed by the Doing Business Team. India has leapt 30 ranks over its rank of 130 in the Doing Business Report 2017. The DB Report is an assessment of 190 ...

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