Daily Archives: November 20, 2017

Renaissance of the Vedas, an objective of satya sai mission

DAINIK NATION BUREAU If Atmic Knowledge is what man pursues as his Ultimate-Goal, beyond his most subtle instincts, then the Vedas are the bedrock of this Atma Vidya and thus man’s best and most reliable ally. Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai, Who in no uncertain terms made it clear by way of subtle hints that His Is The Most Unique – ...

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Teachers should be competent, excellent and adequate; Gov

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Governor Dr KK Paul said today that the universities and colleges should have to create a better educational and academic environment where teachers would take on the roles of role models, guides and mentors for students.  Refresher courses and workshops must be organized for faculty members. He expressed these views while addressing in two days long seminar ...

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Sri Lanka hold India to draw in 1st Test at Eden Gardens


Inspired efforts of  skipper Virat Kohli and pacer Bhuwaneswar Kumar brought life into a game that was headed to  a dull draw. Virat Kohli posted his 18th Test century and then declared India’s innings closed Monday, setting Sri Lanka a target of 231 runs for victory from 47 overs in a late push for a result in the rain-affected series-opener. ...

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48 women SI become part of UK police today

DAINIK NATION BUREAU FORTY eight women sub inspector become part of Uttarakhand police today after passing out parade at narendranagar. Its chief guest was Uttarakhand police DGP AK Raturi here at Narendranagar today. Later Kumari Lakshmi Rana has received overall best & internal award while Pinky Tomar received external class award from DGP. First parade commander Preeti Gwadi, Second parade ...

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Doomsday in sight? NASA predicts asteroid collision with Earth in 2036


Our Planet Earth might have just 29 years left in its life cycle, as NASA has revealed that the planet may face massive destruction in 2036, following an asteroid hit. According to the world’s leading space agency, an asteroid named Apophis will collide with the Earth, causing the extinction of human species. According to the American space agency, the asteroid ...

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Collectorate to be relocatted to new premises

The shifting of the Collectorate to a new place is in sight with the preliminary discussions favouring it’s shifting at the nearby Roadways Workshop. Located in 51 bigha, the Collectorate encompasses several district offices, including offices of DM, SDM, city magistrates, Treasury, SP (city) office, Post Office, Civil Court and other district-level offices. Due to the poor condition of several ...

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Govt seeks Rs 13,000-crore surplus from RBI


The government has not asked the Reserve Bank to pay any special dividend and is only seeking Rs 13,000 crore of surplus lying with the central bank, Economic Affairs Secretary Subhash Chandra Garg has said. In August, the RBI had paid a dividend of Rs 30,659 crore for the fiscal ended June 2017. It was less than half the Rs ...

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Government set to achieve Rural Housing Targets


Prime Minister launched Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (Gramin) exactly one year ago on 20th November, 2016 from Agra. A target of completing one crore new houses after beneficiary registration, geo-tagging and account verification by 31st March, 2019 was set. Of these, 51 lakh houses had to be completed by 31st March, 2018. After the launch, it took few months to ...

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Rahul may be elevated as AICC President ahead of Guj poll;

DAINIK NATION BUREAU A meeting of top Congress leaders is going on at party president Sonia Gandhi’s 10 Janpath house in Delhi this morning. They may declare their vice president Rahul Gandhi as next president of AICC by today. As we know that election commission has asked the congress to complete their organisational election by December 31 after giving it ...

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Badrinath portal closed for winter break; Rawal


DAINIK NATION BUREAU Badrinath portal closed for winter break. With this closure six month long Char Dham Yatra concluded today. First time in last 17 years the portals of this shrine were closed after sunset for the winter months. A day before snowfall had started in the temple township where it continued also on Sunday, covering the area in a ...

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