Daily Archives: December 6, 2017

Earthquake shaken uttarakhand at around 8.50 pm


DAINIK NATION BUREAU Earthquake has shaken Uttarakhand today at around 8.50 pm. It is being said that it was around 5.1 richter scale but its epicenter was around 90 kilometer away from Rishikesh and around 30 meter beneath the earth. It was nearby Rudraprayag district, which had devastated due to deluge in the year 2013, so people are looking tense. ...

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Cabinet meeting concludes at Bharadisain today

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Cabinet meeting, which was called by the Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat at Bharadisain a day ahead of winter session,  concludes. It is being presumed that cabinet has taken or discussed issue either higher education or cooperative because minister of state Dr Dhan Singh Rawat attended the meeting. Although no official briefing was made by the government ...

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Sri Lanka salvage draw in Delhi Test; Lose series 1-0


A herculean effort from Dhananjaya DeSilva backed up by some gritty batting by the Sri Lankans helped the hosts salvage the Delhi test against India. Continuing with 3 wickets down from late last evening, Sri Lanka had their backs against the wall before DeSilva dug in to score a determined century and deny India another win over the islanders. Skipper ...

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Bombay High Court upholds validity of RERA


The Bombay High Court today upheld the validity of the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act (RERA). A bench of Justices Naresh Patil and Rajesh Ketkar pronounced its judgement on a bunch of petitions filed by by real estate developers and individual plot owners, all challenging the constitutional validity of the Act that was brought into effect earlier this year. ...

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RBI keeps Repo rate unchanged

DAINIK NATION BUREAU The Reserve Bank of India (RBI)  kept repo or key lending rate unchanged at 6 per cent amid inflation concerns. This was announced by RBI while disclosing the monetary policy committee report public today. The central bank reiterated that it is maintaining a “neutral” stance in monetary policy. Five members of the monetary policy committee voted to ...

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Newborn, whom Max hospital declared dead along with his twin, died during treatment

DAINIK NATION BUREAU A newborn, who was found alive after being declared dead along with his twin and handed over to his parents in a plastic bag by an Max hospital Delhi has died after a week of treatment. On November 30, the twins were being taken for burial when a movement in one of the packages shocked the family. ...

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Plot to kill British Prime Minister May foiled: Reports


An Islamist terror plot to assassinate British Prime Minister Theresa May has been foiled by the country’s security services who arrested two men in connection with the scheme, media reports said today. Two men were arrested last week following a joint operation by MI5, the UK s counter-terrorism security service, and police. The two men have been arrested on suspicion ...

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Governor plants Tulip bulb at Rajbhawan

DAINIK NATION BUREAU The Uttarakhand Governor Dr KK Paul today planted Tulip bulbs at Raj Bhawan’s garden. Speaking on the occasion, the Governor said that tulips were among the most attractive and expensive flowers in the world. These flowers thrive in cold climate and mountain areas. There is a great demand for tulips in the international market. The commercial cultivation of ...

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39 dead, 167 fishermen missing as Cyclone Ockhi batters India’s west coast


As many as 39 people have perished and 167 fishermen were still missing after cyclone Ockhi hit Tamil Nadu and Kerala coasts while 809 others were swept away to Maharashtra, the Union Home Ministry said today. Joint Secretary in the ministry Sanjeev Kumar Jindal also said the cyclone is slowing down and would have no impact in Gujarat, where the ...

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Nifty holds on to 10,100-mark ahead of RBI decision


Benchmark Nifty trimmed losses during fag-end trade to close marginally lower today following selling in metal, realty, IT, auto and infra stocks. Investors maintained their cautious stance ahead of RBI policy decision tomorrow. Negative global cues and weak Nikkei India services PMI data also weighed on sentiment. However, buying in media, energy, banking and financials sectors capped the losses. Overseas, ...

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