Daily Archives: January 10, 2018

Rajasthan ACB arrests 3 govt. officials for accepting bribe


The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) of Rajasthan police today arrested three government officials for accepting bribes in separate cases, a top official said. “An assistant sub-inspector (ASI) posted in Banswara, a food inspector in Rajsamand, and a junior clerk posted in Jhunjhunu district were arrested by the teams,” ACB’s director general Alok Tripathi said. In Banswara, ASI Mohan Kumar Ninama posted ...

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UIDAI introduces virtual ID


DAINIK NATION BUREAU In a bid to address privacy concerns, the UIDAI has introduced a new concept of ‘Virtual ID’ on wednesday. In which which Aadhaar-card holder can generate from its website and give for various purposes, including SIM verification, instead of sharing the actual 12-digit biometric ID. This will give the users the option of not sharing their Aadhaar ...

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CBSE Board exams to begin from March 5


Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) board examinations are going to be held in March. These examinations will start from March 5, which will run till April. CBSE Board Announces Program of Classes Intermediate and Higher School Examinations Examinations for both classes will begin in morning shift from 10:30 in the morning. The first paper of class 12 will be ...

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States commission should follow Gujarat; Ankoliya

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Despite India witnessing fast-pace development for decades, the crime against women keeps continuing unabated. This sombre contrast between two realities in India has formed the theme of the two-day national seminar on the status of women after independence held at Chief Minister’s camp office in Dehradun on Wednesday. The Gujarat State women commission chairperson Leela Ankoliya said ...

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Govt liberalised FDI policy

DAINIK NATION BUREAU In major changes liberalising foreign direct investment in key sectors, the Union Cabinet has approved 100 per cent foreign investment in single brand retail trading (SBRT) and construction development and decided to open up Air India for FDI up to 49 per cent. Besides, the government also decided that foreign institution investors and portfolio investors be allowed ...

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Cong doing politics over Pande’s death; Bhatt

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Attacking on the Congress party for politicising the unfortunate death of transporter Prakash Pande, State BJP president Ajay Bhatt has said Congress and its leaders gave become insensitive and doing politics over death. In a statement, the BJP leader said that the entire sequence of events leading to the death of Pandey has left many questions which ...

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UGC lodges police complaint against ragging

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Taking cognizance on a ragging complaint, which was lodged by two students of Uttarakhand Sanskrit University, the anti-ragging committee of UGC has referred the matter to the police. Police has issued notice to the university administration and asked them to submit your reply within 24 hours. The two students had demanded security, alleging they had been beaten ...

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Parties burnt effigy to condemn state govt over Pande’s death

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Taking cognizance on the death of Transporter Prakash Pande, who had consumed poison before entering into the venue of janta darbar led by cabinet minister Subodh Uniyal, political parties, including the Congress, Communist Party of India (Marxist Leninist) and others, staged protest and burnt the effigy of State Government on Wednesday. In Haldwani, the transporters’ union and ...

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Depressed person takes such step to seek attention; Dr Sona

SUNIL KUMAR Transporter Prakash Pande’s death, who had consumed celphos before entering into the Janta darbar led by cabinet Minister Subodh Uniyal at state BJP head office, indicates that he had prepared meticulous plan to end his life. Psychologist  says, some persons under extreme depression take such step with a belief that they are doing it for wider perspective. Some ...

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Tsunami advisory issued after 7.6 magnitude earthquake hits Carribean


One of the strongest earthquakes to hit the Caribbean in modern times struck off the coast of Honduras on Tuesday night, shaking the mainland and setting off tsunami warnings that were canceled about an hour later. There were no early reports of serious damage or casualties on land after the quake struck shortly before 10 p.m. EST. Officials in Honduras ...

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