Daily Archives: July 16, 2018

State to preserve state’s culture through traditional Fair

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Besides promoting religious tourism, to protect our culture which is getting extinct there is need to give priority to organize traditional fairs. This was stated by Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat while inaugurating the ‘Shravani Fair’ at Jageshwar, on July 16.  He said that the group of temples of Jageshwar attracts tourists coming from outside and we ...

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State to revive Koshi river through Harela

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat has asserted that Kosi revival campaign will be successful with public participation. On the occasion of the Harela Festival, a symbol of happiness, prosperity and greenery, the Chief Minister Trivendra launched the extensive tree plantation campaign from Kantali for the protection of the River Kosi. Chief Minister said that this pious programme ...

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20 injured in PM’s rally as tent collapses

DAINIK NATION BUREAU A makeshift tent collapsed during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s rally in West Bengal’s Midnapore district today, injuring at least 20 people, a police official said. The tent, officials said, was erected next to the main entrance of the rally venue to shelter people from the rain. Many enthusiastic BJP supporters were seen crowding inside the tent during ...

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Houses damaged due to cloudburst

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Cloudburst at two places in Chamoli district led to extensive damage to property and blockade of 32 internal roads early on Monday. The cloudburst that occurred in Kundi (Ghat Tehsil) village and Ratgaon (Tharali tehsil) between 1.30 am and 2.30 am extensively damaged more than a dozen houses and vehicles. No casualty has been reported, though two ...

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Woman lawyer alleges rape by senior lawyer in Delhi’s Saket court chamber


A woman lawyer was allegedly raped by a senior advocate in his chamber in South Delhi’s Saket court, police said on Sunday. The victim, in her statement to the police, said the accused, who was in an inebriated condition, sexually assaulted her in his chamber which was in the same complex where she worked, Deputy Commissioner of Police (south) Romil ...

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Russia targeted by almost ’25 million cyber-attacks’ during World Cup claims Putin


Russia was the target of almost 25 million cyber-attacks during the World Cup, President Vladimir Putin said, though he did not indicate who may have been behind the attacks. “During the period of the World Cup, almost 25 million cyber-attacks and other criminal acts on the information structures in Russia, linked in one way or another to the World Cup, ...

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Tirupati Temple to be closed from 9th to 17th August


A big news related to the world famous Tirupati Balaji Temple of Lord Venkateswara located in Tirumala, Andhra Pradesh came out. It is being told that for the first time in history, the temple of Lord Venkateswara is being closed for 6 consecutive days. According to the information, this famous temple will be closed till 6 P.M.on August 9 to ...

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More than Rs 300 crore money of Indians lying unclaimed in Swiss bank accounts


Despite persistent political debate in India on the issue of illegal black money in Swiss banks, even after three years of issuing notice to the inactive accounts of Indians in these banks, no claimant has been found. Switzerland for the first time released a list of some inactive accounts in December 2015. These accounts included the citizens of Switzerland as ...

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Rejuvenate old mango orchard

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Giving emphasis on rejuvenation of old mango orchards, Uttarakhand Horticulture Minister Subodh Uniyal  said  the state had the potential of becoming a major mango fruit-producing state if old trees were replaced with new hybrid  varieties. “We have to increase our production. As of now in Uttarakhand, around 36, 422 hectare of land is under mango production, which ...

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