Daily Archives: December 9, 2017

Cong built Vidhan sabha but incumbent BJP idle on Gairsain; Ex CM

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Commenting on the recently concluded winter session of Uttarakhand vidhan sabha at Gairsain, former chief Minister Harish Rawat has claimed that he has created a giant infrastructure known as vidhan sabha and laid foundation stone of Secretariat and other buildings at Gairsain. He has expressed disappointment with the Trivendra Singh Rawat led BJP regime and the way ...

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Skill study project to deal with migration; PHD

DAINIK NATION BUREAU A (Uttarakhand Skill Development Mission) UKSDM PHD Chamber Skill Study project under Uttarakhand Skill Development Mission, has been initiated to bring the Traditional Skills/Non SSC listed Job Roles in the State. This survey based study will be done by PHD Chamber, which will map and document the current skills available and the research team will identify the ...

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Chandrakant Acharya awarded sword of honor at IMA’s passing out parade

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409 young men became part of the Indian Army when the last leg of the Indian Military Academy (IMA) was completed. Along with this, 78 foreign cadets also passed out from the prestigious institution. Bangladesh Army Chief General Abu Belal Muhammad Shafiul Huq took the salute of the parade. The parade was inaugurated with the markers call at 8.50 a.m. ...

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Matra Sadan files case against CM and CS

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Matra sadan has filed a case against eight persons including chief minister, chief secretary, principal secretary, Haridwar DM in the Haridwar court. In his petition, Matra sadan saint Dayanand Saraswati alleged that Swami Atmbodhanand has been kidnapped with an intention to his murder. After listening the petitioner Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) Ashutosh Mishra has given next date ...

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A teenager kills his mother and sister with pizza cutter and bat

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DAINIK NATION BUREAU A teenager has allegedly killed his mother and sister with a bat and pair of scissor and pizza cutter while they were sleeping because he was scolded for studies. Police says he has confessed that he has killed his mother and sister in gaur city here. The 15 year old boy boy was yesterday apprehended in Varanasi ...

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CM reviews ongoing kedarnath re-construction work

DAINIK NATION BUREAU To review the ongoing reconstruction work at kedarpuri, an ares surrounding of kedarnath temple, chief minsiter Trivendra Singh Rawat along with Chief Secretary visited there on Saturday. CM asked them to expand the Kedarnath temple’s premise by 16 feet and make use of traditional stone in building of circle around the temple so that pilgrims would get ...

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Delhi to host India Open boxing from Jan 28

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The national capital will host the inaugural India Open International Boxing Tournament for senior men and women from January 28 to February 1 next year. Boxing Federation of India President Ajay Singh revealed this during the felicitation ceremony of Indian pugilists who won medals in the AIBA Youth Women’s World Championships in Guwahati last month. “This is the first time ...

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PM urges youth to vote in large numbers in Gujarat polls

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi today urged the youth to turn out in large numbers to cast their vote in phase one of Gujarat assembly polls. “Phase 1 of Gujarat polls begin. Urging all those voting today to turnout in record numbers and vote. I particularly call upon youngsters to exercise their franchise,” he tweeted. On polling days, Modi usually tweets ...

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SC to examine 157-yr-old law on adultery punishing only men

The Supreme Court today agreed to examine the constitutional validity of a colonial era law on adultery which punishes only the man even though the woman, with whom he has had consensual sex, may be an equal partner. The top court also said if the husband gives consent for sexual intercourse between his wife and another man, then it nullifies ...

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Journalist beaten up by liquor mafia in Bihar’s Nawada

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A journalist of a Hindi daily was beaten up by liquor mafia in Bihar’s Nawada district, police said today. The incident occurred when Vikas Kumar alias Sonu, working in the newspaper ‘Hindustan’ had gone to cover the raid on liquor mafia by a police team in Rajauli Dih area of the district last evening, Rajauli police station SHO Awadhesh Prasad ...

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