Daily Archives: November 10, 2017

National entrepreneurship day celebrated in UPES

DAINIK NATION BUREAU On the occasion of National Entrepreneurship Day, a day long workshop on ‘Catalyzing a Cultural Shift in Youth Entrepreneurship’ was held in UPES. The event focused on realizing the vision of an ‘Entrepreneurship India’ aimed to create awareness about the various facets of entrepreneurship while promoting it as a career option amongst the students. Sharing the details ...

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UK introduces tele radio facility today

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat inaugurated the Tele-Radiology facility based on Public Private Partnership at District Headquarter Pauri today. With this inauguration Utarakhand has become fifth state having Tele Radio service. This facility has been started in 12 hospitals of State including District Hospital of Pauri commissionaire. Chief Minister said the initiative a mile stone in the health services ...

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3 IAS reshuffles including ACS today

DAINIK NATION BUREAU State government has made some changes in the departments of three bureaucrats including AdditionaL chief secretary today. Additonal chief secretary Omprakash has been relieved from Medical health and Family welfare; Secretary to CM Radhika jha has been relieved from urban development; waiting secretary Nitesh Kumar Jha, who has returned from central deputation, has been given charge of ...

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Salman-Katrina starrer ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ breaks Baahubali 2’s record


Ever since the sequel to the 2012 spy thriller Ek Tha Tiger was announced, fans have not been able to keep calm. The trailer of Tiger Zinda Hai hit the internet on Tuesday, November 7, and the Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif film received a thumbs up from the audience. Such was the response to the trailer that it broke ...

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German serial killer nurse guilty of killing over 100 people


A German nurse who used lethal drugs on patients out of “boredom” is responsible for the deaths of 106 people, investigators said Thursday, noting the toll could rise further as more bodies are studied. Niels Hoegel, 41, was convicted in 2015 of two murders and four counts of attempted murder or causing bodily harm on intensive-care patients at the Delmenhorst ...

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Uttarakhand board changes pattern for the 2018 exams

The Uttarakhand Board of School Education (UBSE) will make some changes in the examination pattern for 2018 board examinations in certain subjects. For Class 10, the changes are only in Mathematics subject, while for Class 12, the changes will apply to Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Biology. According to education officials, students appearing for board exams will get options of multiple ...

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NGT to examine odd-even scheme in Delhi


The National Green Tribunal (NGT) today said it would examine at 2 PM today the Delhi government’s decision to roll out odd-even car rationing scheme for five days starting from November 13. The AAP government had yesterday announced introduction of the odd-even scheme as part of a Graded Response Plan to tackle the alarming pollution situation in the national capital. ...

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Jio launches cashback offers to prepaid customers


DAINIK NATION BUREAU In a bid to retain and lure customers, Reliance Jio Infocomm (Jio) has announced cashback offers and discount coupons for its prepaid subscribers. With this announcement he has dampened the hope that telecom industry price stability is very nearby. The offers are valid between November 10-25. After triggering a massive price war last year, the Mukesh Ambani-owned ...

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IT raid continues at Shashikala & her associates premise

IT return

DAINIK NATION BUREAU For the second consecutive day Income Tax (I-T) officials searching the premises of jailed AIADMK leader VK Sasikala and her business associates, organizations. It is believed that sizeable volume of cash and documents have unearthed during the raids. Sources said “The volume and value of cash and documents seized would be known only after completion of the ...

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