Daily Archives: January 3, 2018

Police vehicle driver does not carry commercial license;RTI

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Police department’s drivers especially the City Patrol Unit (CPU) squads do not have commercial driving licenses. This has been revealed under Right to Information (RTI). The Dehradun City Bus Association president Vijay Vardhan Dandariyal said that in response to the RTI query regarding CPU driver and pillion, the police department informed that the personnel ridding pillion on ...

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National handloom expo-2017

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Uttarakhand Handloom and Handicraft Development Council Dehradun have organized “national handloom expo” at parade ground which will be till 13th January. The expo includes many stalls with different kinds of handloom made clothes from places all over the country. There are stalls from Jaipur, Banaras, Karnataka, Uttarakhand and many other cities with more than 150 stalls with 110 handloom ...

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PM can’t be mauni baba; Cong

DAINIK NATION BUREAU As Maharashtra struggled today to remain calm during a third consecutive day of caste tension, the government and the Congress exchanged angry accusations in parliament over the alleged targeting of Dalits. Mallikarjun Kharge of the Congress alleged that anti-Dalit violence is increasing and said Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s silence on the caste clashes in Maharashtra is astounding. He ...

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Vishwas declares war against Kejriwal


DAINIK NATION BUREAU As the Aam Aadmi Party announced its nominees for Rajya Sabha seats that it will win, its senior leader Kumar Vishwas went public with his battle against party chief and Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, saying he has been punished for speaking the truth. Kumar Vishwas’ supporters had picketed the party office demanding that their leader, who ...

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Railways set Dec 2018 deadline to link locomotives via satellite


Indian Railways has set a target of December 2018 to link all its locomotives via ISRO satellites, making it easy to track trains and communicate with their crew in real time, officials said. By year-end, all 10,800 locos of the railways will have antennas fixed on them and they will be monitored inside the driver’s cabin, senior officials of the ...

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My nuclear button ‘works and is more powerful’: Trump tells North Korea


US President Donald Trump today warned that his “nuclear button” is “much bigger and more powerful” than the one controlled by North Korea’s Kim Jong Un, as the White House said it was keeping all of its options on the table to curb Pyongyang’s atomic programme. Trump’s response followed a New Year’s Day address by Kim, who said that North ...

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Turmoil in Maharashtra: After Pune violence; protests erupt in Mumbai


Several towns and cities in Maharashtra were on edge today as Dalit protests against yesterday’s violence in Pune spilled over to capital Mumbai, with agitators damaging scores of buses, and disrupting road and rail traffic, officials said. Clashes between Dalit groups and supporters of right-wing Hindu organisations during the 200th anniversary celebrations of the Bhima-Koregaon battle in Pune district had ...

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