Monthly Archives: June 2018

Gharat will be new attraction for tourist


DAINIK NATION BUREAU Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat has said that along with preservation of our traditions, Gharat will now be the new attraction center for the tourists. With Gharat Hub initiative, large number of employment opportunities for the youth will be created. Devbhoomi Prasad Yojna is being expanded at Haridwar, Almora and all religious places of the state with ...

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Cong burnt effigy of UK govt

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Congress has alleged that Chief Minister Trivendra Rawat of ill-treating the headmistress of a primary school and burnt effigies of the BJP government in the state on Saturday. Meanwhile suspended teacher Uttara Pant Bahuguna said that she would approach court. The CM has ordered her suspension after she reportedly created a ruckus for her transfer during the ...

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Amarnath Yatra suspended on both routes due to heavy rains


The Amarnath Yatra was suspended on both Pahalgam and Baltal routes today due to inclement weather, officials said. The yatra has been suspended on both the routes as the tracks are slippery because of rain, a spokesperson of the Shri Amarnath Shrine Board (SASB) said here. While no pilgrim is allowed to proceed towards the cave shrine on foot, some ...

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Delhi University releases third cut-off list


The Delhi University has issued its third cut-off list with many prominent colleges not releasing any cut-offs for some courses. The list was issued yesterday. Over 33,000 admissions have taken place to over 56,000 seats in the varsity. Shri Ram College of Commerce has not issued cut-offs for its courses in the general category. A dozen colleges have closed admissions ...

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Monsoon arrived at fortnight ahead

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Monsoon has arrived the entire country around two weeks ahead of its normal date, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Friday. The seasonal rains reached Sriganganagar — its last post in the country located in west Rajasthan — much ahead of normal arrival date of July 15. Generally the monsoon covers the entire country by July ...

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Coordination among nature and development is necessary

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat has said that coordination among the nature and development is very important. We all have responsibility towards Himalayan and environment protection. To save our mountains, rivers and cities from plastic, we have to make efforts at a large scale. CM expresses while participating at the Foundation Day and Golden Jubilee programme of ...

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Farmers’ earning can be increased through pisciculture

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Farmers’ earnings can be increased through pisciculture. There is a huge demand in the market. Uttarakhand has immense potential for fish production. Especially, the cost of trout fish in high mountain areas ranges from Rs 1,200 to Rs 2,000 in the market. Some farmers in Uttarakhand are making profit through trout production. By making effective plans, the ...

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Daring Principal Uttara Bahuguna suspended

DAINIK NATION BUREAU A day after Uttara Bahaguna, who had argued with Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat during janta durbar, has been suspended for breaking discipline and her alleged prolonged absenteeism by the education department on Friday. Education department has suspended but fails to answer the questionnaire that how politicians including chief minister’s wife managed to get posted in Dehradun? ...

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42 lakh senior citizens gave up railway concessions in 9 months


Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today that 42 lakh senior citizens had voluntarily given up their railway concession in the past nine months while 1.25 crore families had surrendered their gas subsidy. Modi said an environment of honesty has been fostered in the country and more and more people are coming forward to contribute to the nation building by voluntarily ...

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Cleanest air in Delhi in nearly a year


Delhiites breathed the cleanest air this week, with monsoon winds washing away the dust and bringing the air quality in the satisfactory level for the first time in nearly an year, authorities said. The south-west monsoon hit the city this week with light rain on Monday and heavy showers yesterday, bringing respite not only from the scorching heat but also ...

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