Daily Archives: January 2, 2018

Min to donate his salary to improve schools’ infrastructure

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Upset with the poor infrastructure in government school, state education minister has decided to donate his one month’s salary to improve basic infrastructure of the government schools. Even officer have announced to donate their one day’s salary for the same purpose. School principals may also give their one day salary for the same. Moreover, education minister Pandey ...

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Police arrests two in ATM fraud case

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Police have arrested two persons allegedly involved in deceiving people by changing ATM cards or securing password of the ATM card by extending their help at ATM kiosk. With these arrest police claims that they have busted a gang of ATM frauds by arresting two persons from Rishikesh. Police have also recovered 12 ATM cards, Rs 60,000 ...

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Parliament clears amendment bill on bankruptcy; Jaitley

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Parliament has cleared the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (Amendment) Bill. The Rajya Sabha approved amendments to the legislation that bars owners of defaulting firms from bidding to buy back assets when they are auctioned as part of the bankruptcy proceedings. Already cleared by the Lok Sabha, the Bill sailed through with comfort in the Upper House despite ...

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CPU asks to check eve teasing;ADGP

DAINIK NATION BUREAU In a bid to protect women from eve teasing especially in public transport, plain clothes police would be deployed in the State capital. In addition to this, City Patrol Unit have been asked to conduct random checking of public transport on regular interval to take feedback from women travelling in public transport. This was disclosed by Additional ...

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Board exams to be held for 5th and 8th class students in Uttarakhand government schools

Government has taken an important decision for the quality of elementary education. There will be 5th and 8th Board examinations in government schools. The exam will be from the next academic session. The special thing is that the results of the examinations are going to increase the worry of teachers more than the students. Students will not be disappointed at ...

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Health Secretary launches the Allied Health Professionals Database Portal


Preeti Sudan, Secretary, Health and Family Welfare launched the Allied and Healthcare Professionals’ database portal, here today, as part of Ministry’s commitment to ensure better systems and frameworks for the healthcare workforce in the country. At the launch, Ms. Sudan, said that India enjoys a demographic dividend of more than 65% youth below the age of 35 years and the ...

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Triple talaq bill to be introduced in Rajya Sabha today


The contentious bill that criminalises instant triple talaq among Muslims, already passed by the Lok Sabha, is set to be introduced in the Rajya Sabha today. The bill, which makes instant triple talaq illegal with up to three years in jail for the husband, was passed by the Lower House last week. The Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) ...

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Fog disrupts flight schedule at IGI


Six flights were cancelled and over 60 delayed due to fog at the Indira Gandhi International Airport here this morning. Nearly 40 domestic and 26 international flights were among those delayed. According to the Indian Meteorological department, general visibility improved to 200 metres at IGI as compared to zero metres the past two days. The runway visual range (RVR) was ...

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Government hospital fees in Uttarakhand goes up by 10%


Government hospitals have announced a hike of 10 per cent in user fee in the state. The 10 per cent hike will be levied as basic surcharge on all diagnostic tests and registration fees. The Director General of Health and Medical Dr Archana Srivastav said the rates had been increased in all hospitals based on the 2010 government order. As ...

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