Daily Archives: December 23, 2018

India most tolerant country in world say Home min

Rebuffing allegations that intolerance was rising in the country, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said Sunday no nation in the world was as tolerant as India. Singh made the remarks two days after actor Naseeruddin Shah had expressed concern over “intolerance” in the country while referring to the killing of a policeman in a mob violence, triggered by alleged cow ...

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State to have grand martyr memorial soon

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat has said that in the honour of the martyred soldiers, a grand Martyr’s Memorial to be constructed in Dehradun shortly. The state-of-the-art martyr’s memorial will be equipped with all facilities, in which all information about the martyrs will be digitized. The process to find a suitable place for the memorial is on. ...

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Atal Ayushman Yojna to start on Dec 25

DAINIK NATION BUREAU “Atal Ayushman Uttarakhand Yojana” will start in Uttarakhand. With the implementation of this Yojana, Uttarakhand will become the first state, where free healthcare will be provided to all the people of the state. This Yojana, being launched on the birth anniversary of Late Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ji, will prove to be a revolutionary in health sector. Atal ...

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Pauri girl died today

DAINIK NATION BUREAU A girl, who was burnt alive by a stalker, has succumbed to her injuries today. She fought with life for six days but could not continue her fight and took last breath at Safdarjang hospital, Delhi on Sunday. She was burnt because she refused to accept the proposal of a stalker while she was coming from college. ...

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43 dead and 600 injured in Tsunami

DAINIK NATION BUREAU At least 40 people have been killed and more than one hundred injured in a tsunami in Indonesia that may have been caused by a volcano known as the “child” of the legendary Krakatoa, officials said early Sunday. Dozens of buildings were destroyed by the wave, which hit beaches in South Sumatra and the western tip of ...

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