Daily Archives: November 3, 2017

Ayurveda & Yoga can prevent non communicable diseases; Naik

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Union Minister Shripad Naik said that the Indian traditional medicine system and Yoga can play important role in checking Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs). We have already started an All India Institute of Ayurveda and work on 66 hospitals all over India under AYUSH has already begun to promote traditional methods of treatment. Specialty treatment facilities are being created ...

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Edu Min Pandey met Union Min Javadekar

DAINIK NATION BUREAU The state education minister Arvind Pandey on Friday met with Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar in Delhi and apprised the steps undertaken in the field of education by the state government so far. He discussed the issues including the recognition to the Special Basic Teacher Certificate (BTC) by the National Council of Teacher Education (NCTE)  and its effect ...

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A child fight to his life, his parent struggle to pay bill

DAINIK NATION BUREAU A child, who has lost his hand, has been fighting for his life in a hospital here in Dehradun for the last one month. If hospital stops his treatment due to paucity of cash, then he may lose his life and parent would lose his ward. So far his parent has paid 40 percent of hospital bill ...

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Postpone your train journey till Nov 8

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DAINIK NATION BUREAU BEWARE if you commuting between Dehradun to Haridwar via train because several trains plying on this route would be cancelled or short terminated for next four days i.e. between Nov 5-8. Although passenger train would be regulated but can’t run more than 20kmph during this period. The Northern Railway officials say “ the decision taken to upgrade ...

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Weather may spoil the upcoming winter session

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Weather may spoil the upcoming winter session, which is schedule to happen at Bharadisain between December 7-13, because the area receives snow fall during winter. As we know that Trivendra Singh Rawat led Uttarakhand government has decided to convene winter session in newly constructed assembly at Bharadisain. Even Assembly has issued a notification on it. Ironically the ...

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SC rejects bail plea of DP Singh

DAINIK NATION BUREAU DP Singh, allegedly an accused in multi crore NH-74 scam, special leave petition has been rejected by the Supreme Court today. A senior police officer said that we were confident that he would not get relief from anywhere unless and until he surrenders. Although we are yet to receive the order copy and once it receives then ...

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WhatsApp faces global outage; users in panic mode

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WhatsApp services in Europe, India, Malaysia appear to have been badly hit and even parts of the US and Africa appear to have been affected. Judging by Twitter traffic and information from sites like istheservicedown.com and various news agencies the outage appears to have started in the Europe at around 8 am IST. This is the third big outage WhatsApp ...

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Stephen Hawkins warns of AI takeover of Mankind

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Stephen Hawking recently spoke about his belief that robots will eventually replace humans completely. The renowned physicist believes that someday someone will design Artificial Intelligence (AI) which will improve itself to an extent where it will “outperform humans.” According to Cambridge News, in an interview with Wired magazine, Professor Hawking said “I fear that AI may replace humans altogether. If ...

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Torrential overnight rains bring Chennai, suburbs to grinding halt

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Torrential overnight rains for about ten hours brought this metropolis and neighbouring districts of Kancheepuram and Tiruvallur to a grinding halt, paralysing normal life completely. Schools and colleges, which are closed since 31 October due to rains, have been shut today as well in Chennai, Kancheepuram and Tiruvallur districts. The Met department forecast heavy to very heavy showers in north ...

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Sensex hits new peak at 33,693, Nifty at 10,462

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Stocks were firmly in the saddle today as both indices Sensex and Nifty jumped to new peaks after the announcement of a new US Federal Reserve chief. Investors also took keen interest in the unveiling of tax reforms by House Republicans in Washington. The 30-share index rose by 119.36 points, or 0.35 per cent, to hit a new peak of ...

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