Daily Archives: October 14, 2017

Naidu asks, why farmer wants class iv job for their ward?


DAINIK NATION BUREAU Voicing concerns over the difficulties being faced by the farmers even after 70 years of Independence and the country making strides in various fields, The Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu Naidu said “A doctor wants his son to become a doctor, a lawyer’s son becomes a lawyer, an actor wants his son to become an actor despite ...

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Dengue case increases after monsoon; Dr Varun

Dr SK Varun In India, the risk of dengue has increased in recent years due to rapid urbanization, lifestyle changes and deficient water management including improper water storage practices in urban, peri-urban and rural areas, leading to proliferation of mosquito breeding sites. The disease has a seasonal pattern i.e. the cases peak after monsoon, and it is not uniformly distributed ...

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Leadership failure in the Bhopal Gas Tragedy; speaker at UPES

DAINIK NATION BUREAU UPES, Dehradun organized a two-day residential management development program on Occupational Health, Safety, Fire and Environmental issues in Indian Industries on the theme of “Safety Leadership & Sustainability”. Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) scenario in India is complex. The national policy on OSH at workplace adopted by government in 2009 is yet to be implemented. Some of ...

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Maa Ganga needs to be preserved; Dr Paul

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Uttarakhand governor Dr KK Paul has said that from Gaumukh to Ganga Sagar, people should develop a habit to preserve the Ganga by keeping its clean. The Namami Gange programme did not belong to the central or state governments but was a mission for all Indians. The Ganga, besides having a cultural and spiritual dimension, also played ...

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SIT releases sketches of journo lankesh’s killer

DAINIK NATION BUREAU The Special Investigation Team (SIT), which was probing the allegedly murder of noted journalist Gauri Lankesh, has released the sketches of two suspects between age of 25-30, and the CCTV camera footage installed nearby the journo’s house. The footage shows the man was riding two-wheeler without having registration number. Meanwhile state government has announced a Rs 10 ...

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Gorkha Dashai Deepawali Mahotsav begins tday

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Two-days long Gorkha Dashai-Deepawali Mahotsav-2017, which is being organized by Veer Gorkhali Kalyan Samiti (Valiant gorkhali welfare committee) , inaugurated by state finance minister Prakash Pant here in mahendra ground, garhi cantt, Dehradun today. It has opened for all today and will continue till Sunday In his address Pant said that people celebrate dashai deepawali festival till ...

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Learn how to prepare Balushahi 4m Dr Sachu, an IIT Alumni

Dr SACHU BISHNOII DAINIK NATION BUREAU Dr Sachu Bishnoii, an IIT Alumni and HR professional from India who is having hobby of cooking quick and easy dishes. As festive season is hovering so Dr Sachu says these days we are not having much time to prepare tough dishes by spending hours so I am usually trying to make the procedure ...

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MCI approves 4 PG seats to SMC, Srinagar


DAINIK NATION BUREAU After getting the duly recognized postgraduate class from the Medical Council of India, the state’s first medical college Srinagar now becomes PG Medical College. On the basis of its inspection report, the MCI has given approved four PG seats in Anatomy division in Srinagar Medical College. Dr. Chandramohan, Principal of Medical College, Prof. Rawat, also called it ...

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Hearing against corrupt officials at Nainital HC after Diwali


A PIL has been filed in the High Court for taking action against the corrupt officers of Uttarakhand state. The High Court will hear the petition later after Diwali. On behalf of the petitioner, 45 officers of the Sales Tax department (State Goods and Services Department) have been attached in the petition, which also includes an IAS officer. Narayan Singh, ...

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Bureau of Indian standards (BIS) Act 2016 brought into force with effect from 12th October, 2017


A new Bureau of Indian standards (BIS) Act 2016 which was notified on 22nd March, 2016, has been brought into force with effect from 12th October, 2017. The Act establishes the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) as the National Standards Body of India. The Act has enabling provisions for the Government to bring under compulsory certification regime any goods or ...

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