Monthly Archives: August 2017

UK’s work on SBA acknowledged by Union Govt

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Secretary, state urban development Radhika Jha informed that the works done by the state urban development department have been marked by the Centre  as the Best Practices under the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. She  further said that the Swachh Survekshan-2018 has been conducted by the ministry of housing and urban affairs, Government of India, in order to assess ...

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UK CM solved 474 grievances during Janta Milan

DAINIK NATION BUREAU To be more closer to the people of Kumaon especially BJP workers, Chief minister Trivendra Singh Rawat heard their grievances at the BJP office in Haldwani on Thursday. During the Janta Milan he received 474 petition and most of grievances were addressed on the spot by the CM in three hours. In his address the CM said ...

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53% polling reported in DAV PG college students union election

DAINIK NATION BUREAU The 3608 students have sealed the fate of candidates in the student union election of DAV PG College on Thursday but result would come on Friday. Around 53 percent students have exercised their franchise amid the tight security and it is being considered as highest ever in the history of the college. This year Shubham Simalti is the ...

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Rajesh gulati is murderer of his wife anupma Gulati; court

DAINIK NATION BUREAU In the infamous Anupama Gulati murder case, the court has pronounced her husband Rajesh Gulati is guilty On Thursday and will announce quantum of punishment on Friday. The Court pronounced Rajesh guilty of murder and destruction of evidences under section 302 and 201 of IPC. The court had completed the hearing in the case on August 18. The ...

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523rd birth anniversary of jagadguru BC Dev celebrated

DAINIK NATION BUREAU The three day long festival to mark the 523rd birth anniversary of Jagadguru Bhagwan Chandra Dev came to an end at Rajghat Panchayati Akhara Bada Udasin Nirvan in Kankhal. The festivities included religious rituals, discourses, yajna and Prasad distribution. The offerings were made to Lord Ganesha and Lord Sri Chandra at Chandracharya chownk Ranipur mod in the morning. ...

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IAF Air Marshal Butola met UK CS

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Air Marshal AS Butola visited Dehradun and met the chief secretary S Ramaswami in the secretariat on Thursdayagainst the backdrop of the protracted Doklam troop stand-off  between the Chinese and the Indian Army. Observers say that the visit was an imperative in view of the fact that Utarakhand shares sensitive borders with China.   Though  the ice thawed with both the ...

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Note ban “biggest scam”; Congress asks Modi to apologise

The Congress today said Prime Minister Narendra Modi should apologise for demonetisation, describing it as the country’s “biggest scam” which had inflicted “misery” on the people and dealt a “body blow” to the economy. None of the measures that Modi had promised with the ban on high currency notes, put into effect in November last year, had been realised, Congress ...

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High tension wire falls on bus in Almora killing 2


Two died and several injured as a private bus they were travelling in caught fire after an 11,000 volt high tension wire fell on it in Marchula in Almora district on Wednesday. The bus travelling from Goli Khal in Pauri district to Nainitalwas with 25 people on board to a wedding party. Uttarakhand Power Corporation Limited has set up an ...

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ISRO’s private sector-built IRNSS 1H satellite launch unsuccessful


The launch of India’s latest navigational satellite IRNSS 1H in its indigenous GPS system NavIC (Navigation with Indian Constellation) failed due to a technical glitch on Thursday. A rare setback for the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) mission, the satellite’s fourth stage in the launch mission did not go as planned, nearly 20 minutes after satellite had a perfect lift off ...

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EU and Britain fail to make a breakthrough in Brexit talks


The European Union warned Britain today that negotiations over its exit from the bloc have so far failed to make enough headway for discussions on a future trade deal to begin in October. Following four days of talks, the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said “we are far from seeing sufficient progress” for him to be able to tell ...

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