Daily Archives: February 7, 2019

UK to earn Rs 3180 from Excise


DAINIK NATION BUREAU Uttarakhand government has declared state excise policy for the year 2019-20 and they have been expecting revenue of Rs 3180 this year. In which they are expecting Rs 2135 crore through liquor shop. They have divided liquor shop allotment in two categories i.e. First upto Rs two crore turn over and second having turn over of more ...

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DM declares holiday on Feb 8


DAINIK NATION BUREAU Following on the weather forecast, who has alerted heavy to very heavy rainfall for next 24 hours, Dehradun DM SA Murugeshan has declared holiday on Friday.

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DU’s 25 students got campus placement

DAINIK NATION BUREAU As many as 25 students studying Foreign Languages at Doon University have been selected for jobs by Amazon as part of the campus recruitment drive by the multinational giant. Oraganised by Career Counseling and Training Cell, Doon University, the two-day campus recruitment comprised language test, aptitude test, online exams and interactions and rigorous interviews by a team ...

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Two vaccine available to protect Swine flu

Dr Sanjay Kr Varun Swine flu also called pig influenza, swine influenza, hog flu and pig flu. Swine influenza virus (SIV) or S-OIV (swine-origin influenza virus) is any strain of the influenza family of viruses that is endemic in pigs. It infects the respiratory tract and results in nasal secretions, a barking like cough, decreased appetite and listless behavior. Swine ...

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Fresh snowfall intensified cold in UK

DAINIK NATION BUREAU High altitude areas in the hilly districts of Uttarakhand received fresh snowfall and the lower areas were lashed by rains on Thursday, intensifying cold conditions across the state. Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, Yamunotri and Hemkund Sahib, besides Nanda Devi National Park and skiing destination Auli received fresh snowfall, Met department said. Many areas in Chamoli, Rudraprayag, Uttarkashi and ...

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Aadhaar-PAN link mandatory for filing ITR


The Supreme Court has said that it is mandatory to link the PAN with the Aadhaar for filing income tax returns. A bench of Justice AK Sikri and Justice S Abdul Nazir said that the apex court has already declared the order 139AA of the Income Tax Act as the ruling in this case. The Supreme Court gave this direction ...

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AAI limits flights to Mumbai airport due to repair work


If you are planning to go out of Mumbai or get to Mumbai from an airplane then you may have to face difficulties in the coming days. This is because because of the work of the runway, about 5000 flights will be canceled by March. The Mumbai airport airport will be closed for three days a week. Due to this, ...

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RBI cuts Repo rate by 25 points

RBI Governor Shaktikant das

DAINIK NATION BUREAU The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Thursday reduced the repo rate by 25 basis point and also changed its stance to “neutral” from existing “calibrated tightening”. The repo rate, or the key interest rate at which the central bank lends short-term funds to commercial banks, now stands at 6.25 per cent, said the RBI in its ...

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ED to question Robert Vadra today

DAINIK NATION BURDEAU The questioning of businessman Robert Vadra, brother-in-law of Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, in a money laundering case will resume this morning at the Delhi offices of the Enforcement Directorate. The agency alleges that he owns a number of properties in the UK, bought illegally through kickbacks received in India when the UPA government was in power. Mr ...

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Hindu temple vandalised in Pak, PM Imran Khan orders swift action

A Hindu temple was vandalised in Pakistan’s Sindh province by miscreants who set the holy books and idols on fire, drawing a strong reaction from Prime Minister Imran Khan who ordered swift and decisive action against the perpetrators. The incident happened last week in Kumb, a town in Khairpur district. The unidentified assailants fled the after vandalism. Khan Tuesday night ...

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