Daily Archives: February 8, 2018

CCTV camera to be installed in trains

DAINIK NATION BUREAU All coaches of the Shatabdi, Rajdhani and Duronto trains will soon have four CCTV cameras each to ensure passenger safety, a railways official said. Twenty-three pairs of Rajdhani, 26 pairs of Shatabdi and 18 pairs of Duronto trains would have the facility, he said yesterday. “All Rajdhani, Shatabdi and Duronto train coaches are to be fitted with ...

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Auli skiing tournament cancelled due to insufficient snowfall

The international skiing championship slated to be held in the world famous ski slopes ofAuli has been canceled due to insufficient snowfall this season. The championship was proposed from 16 to 22 February. About this, the Winter Games Federation has sent a report to the Federation of International Skiing (FIS). The government had decided to organize skiing championships in Auli ...

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BJP orchestrating violence against minorities to polarise society for political gain

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Launching an attack on the BJP and the Narendra Modi led NDA government, former AICC president Sonia Gandhi has categorically said “she would work with like-minded political parties to ensure its defeat in the next general elections”. Addressing the Congress Parliamentary Party, of which she is the chairperson, Gandhi alleged that the government was orchestrating violence against ...

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7 cops suspended after police barricade wire slits bikers throat

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In a disturbing incident, a 21-year-old biker was killed on Thursday after he crashed into an iron wire used to tie two police barricades cut through his neck and slit his throat in north west Delhi’s Netaji Subhash Place. “There were two barricades in the road which were tied to each other by a wire. There was no light when ...

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NHAI to Launch Pilot Project for Implementation of “Pay as You Use” Tolling on Delhi-Mumbai Highway

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Paving the way for the implementation of the Budget announcement regarding “Pay as you use” tolling in India, the National Highways Authority of India is executing a pilot project to study the implement ability of the system in the country. The pilot project involves implementing a satellite based electronic toll collection system running on GPS/GSM technology for around 500 commercial ...

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1987 espionage case: Court acquits retired govt officer

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A former senior government officer accused of leaking secret defence documents has been acquitted in a 31-year-old espionage case by a Delhi court which said the CBI had failed to establish that they were classified “secret” documents. The court absolved N W Nerurkar, who was working as an advisor to the Department of Electronics under the Centre in 1987, and ...

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Kohli, wrist-spinners give India unassailable 3-0 lead

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Skipper Virat Kohli produced yet another masterclass knock before wrist-spinners came to the party to hand India a massive 124-run win in the third ODI against South Africa here, giving the visitors an unassailable 3-0 lead in the series. Last night’s win, thus, took India one step closer to a maiden series triumph in South Africa. Kohli reaffirmed his status ...

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Shatabdi, Rajdhani, Duronto trains to have 4 CCTV cameras in every coach

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All coaches of the Shatabdi, Rajdhani and Duronto trains will soon have four CCTV cameras each to ensure passenger safety, a railways official said. Twenty-three pairs of Rajdhani, 26 pairs of Shatabdi and 18 pairs of Duronto trains would have the facility, he said yesterday. “All Rajdhani, Shatabdi and Duronto train coaches are to be fitted with CCTVs one each ...

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