Daily Archives: October 9, 2017

Malaysian Ambassador met UK CM tday

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Indian Entrepreneurs Chambers of Malaysia led by Malaysia’s ambassador Dato Hidayat Abdul Hamid made a courtesy call on Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat at Secretariat on Monday. CM Rawat invited the delegation to invest in tourism, education and other bilateral trade sectors. Chief Minister said that State Government is working on the development of “13 Districts -13 ...

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UK achieved 5th position in NULM

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Uttarakhand’s ranking in Pt Deendayal Antyodaya yojna, which is being implemented for the welfare of the poor people of the country, has improved. As per the national Urban livelihood mission’s (NULM) Uttarakhand has achieved fifth position in the country. While informing to the media, Secretary Radhika Jha said that Union government is monitoring the project with the ...

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Do everything to check road accident; CS

DAINIK NATION BUREAU The state Chief Secretary S Ramaswami has categorically said that to reduce the road accident case you cancel the license of the vehicle and driver, who met accident quite often or breach traffic rules. You enforce wearing of helmet while driving effectively across the state. Remove the hoarding which creates problem for the motorist with immediate effect ...

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Price of vegetable jumps in Ddun due to truck strike


DAINIK NATION BUREAU The transportation of goods remained suspended today in the Uttarakhand as truckers stayed off the roads due to a symbolic strike called by the All India Motor Transport Congress, affecting business. Due to this reason price of perishable commodities including vegetable jumped in the state on Monday. Due to this reason price of tomato, which was being ...

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Aadhar enable entry to be introduce at airport shortly


DAINIK NATION BUREAU An Aadhaar-enabled entry system is likely to be introduce at the Bengaluru airport shortly. It will reduce the time taken for screening passengers. According to aerodrome operator, the Bangaluru International Airport Ltd (BIAL) has sought proposals for having ‘Aadhaar enabled entry and biometric boarding system’. It comes at a time when the civil aviation ministry is working on ...

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Godhra train carnage: HC spares the noose for 11 convicts


The Gujarat High Court today commuted the death sentence of 11 convicts to rigorous life imprisonment, while upholding the life sentence of another 20 in the 2002 Godhra train burning case. The high court observed that the state government and railways had failed to maintain law and order, and directed them to pay compensation to the kin of victims. Coach ...

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ICC likely to approve Test championship


The International Cricket Council (ICC) is set to approve plans for its long-awaited World Test Championship at a meeting in New Zealand this week, it was reported today. The sport’s governing body has argued for years that a Test championship is needed to boost the five-day format’s popularity as crowds and television viewers flock to the big- hitting Twenty20 version ...

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A tiny village has produced pea worth of Rs 1.5 cr

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Following on the principle of that there is way where is will, chamoli district’s ghes villagers have grown pea worth of Rs 1.5 crore in less than three month. last year they had produced mere worth of Rs seven lakh but this year they have produced bumper crop of pea. with this cultivation they have created new ...

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Ranbir Kapoor to learn gymnastics and horse-riding for ‘Dragon’


Director Ayan Mukerji says his good friend and frequent collaborator Ranbir Kapoor will undergo training in horse-riding and gymnastics for their next venture, “Dragon”. The “Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani” director says his upcoming project will be physically taxing for Ranbir. In a interview with PTI, Ayan says, “There is lot of action in ‘Dragon’, so there is lot of training, ...

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Cannot deny insurance claim due to delay in filing it says Supreme Court

Insurance claims cannot be rejected if the reason for delay in filing it is satisfactorily explained, the Supreme Court has said while granting relief to a man who was denied the claim for his stolen vehicle. A bench of Justices R K Agrawal and S Abdul Nazeer said that rejection of the claims on purely technical grounds in a mechanical ...

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