Daily Archives: December 14, 2017

Army jawan posted in J&K shoots self


An Army jawan on Thursday shot himself dead with his service rifle while on duty in the RS Pura border belt of Jammu district, police said. Lance Naik Parvesh Kumar Mishra (34) of the 118 Medium Regiment shot himself dead with his INSAS rifle around 0645 hours. He was on duty near Chhalla village in the RS Pura police station ...

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Exit polls predict BJP would form govt in Gujarat

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Except saffologist Yogendra Yadav, who has tweeted that BJP would loss Gujrat, Exit polls today predicted a victory for the ruling BJP in Gujarat. They have given a clear cut majority to BJP in the keenly-contested Assembly polls in the state. Soon after voting ended in the second and final phase of the election, an exit poll ...

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State to distribute 1 cr LED

DAINIK NATION BUREAU To save electricity state government has set a target to distribute more than one crore LED bulbs among the people of the State. This was announced by the Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat while addressing a programme organised by Uttarakhand Renewable Energy Development Agency (UREDA)on the occasion of the World Energy Conservation Day at ONGC’s auditorium. if ...

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Weather puts hurdle before survey team in Uttarkashi; DM


DAINIK NATION BUREAU Survey team, which was sent to ascertain the report about landslide at Gomukh, could not reach to the spot due to inclement weather on Thursday. they have been camping at Kankhu, on way to Gomukh. Taking cognizance on the satellite image of the Gomukh and input of intelligence bureau (IB), administration had sent a survey team to ...

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Air India suspends its three employee & rebuke pilot


DAINIK NATION BUREAU Air India has suspended three employees and warned a pilot for late-coming after some 125 passengers, including Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapati Raju, had to wait inside a plane at the Delhi airport for over 60 minutes on Wednesday morning. The minister demanded an explanation from new Air India Chairman And Managing Director Pradeep Kharola as angry ...

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Connecting bridge between Uttarkashi to China border collapsed; DM


DAINIK NATION BUREAU The lone bridge linking Uttarkashi to the China border collapsed today, disconnecting dozens of villages and causing inconvenience to daily commuters, especially school-going children and teachers. The makeshift Gangotri bridge collapsed around 6 am when two trucks were crossing it, Uttarkashi District Magistrate Ashish Chauhan said. No one was hurt in the incident, he said. According to ...

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10% polling in first two hours of Gujarat election

DAINIK NATION BUREAU The first few hours of polling in the final phase of the Gujarat elections has witnessed very few voters due to variation in the temperature. As per the EC only 10 percent voting was recorded in two hours, an official said, adding that the process would pick up as the day progressed. There were several complalints made ...

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Noted Actor-Director Neeraj Vora passes away


Bollywood actor, writer and director, Neeraj Vora, known for films such as “Satya”, “Phir Hera Pheri” and “Daud”, today passed away after being in coma for over a year. He was 54. Vora died in a hospital early this morning, confirmed sources close to the actor. His demise was also confirmed by actor Paresh Rawal, who worked with him on ...

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PM Modi commissions indigenously built Scorpene-class submarine INS Kalvari


Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday dedicated naval submarine INS Kalvari to the nation. In a ceremony in Mumbai, he expressed his gratitude to France and the workers responsible for building the vessel, which is the first of six Scorpene-class submarines in the Indian Navy. Touted as India’s deadliest submarine, the attack submarine was indigenously built at Mazgaon Dock Limited ...

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Haridwar teacher shortlisted among 50 others for $1 million global prize money


Pradeep Negi, an economics, social science and computer science teacher at Government Inter College BHEL Ranipur in Haridwar, has been shortlisted for the annual Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize 2018 from over 30,000 nominations and applications from 173 countries around the world. “It is unbelievable. I am proud that I have been chosen as one of the top 50 teachers. ...

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