Daily Archives: August 13, 2018

444 different medicines banned by Uttarakhand High Court

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In Uttarakhand, 444 varieties of medicines have been banned. It was reported that medicines that have been banned are considered as addictive drugs by the Central Drug Control Organization. Given that in view of the growing addiction nature among the youth in Uttarakhand, Shweta Masiwal had filed a petition in the High Court which was heard on Monday. And the ...

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Mamta questions criteria of NRC

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DAINIK NATION BUREAU Attacking the BJP-led central government over exclusion of 40 lakh people in the final draft of Assam-NRC, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today accused the saffron party of being “anti-Bengalis”. Taking a swipe at the BJP, the Trinamool Congress chief asked if hilsa fish, Jamdani saree, sandesh and mishti doi, which are originally from Bangladesh, would ...

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DG Info tips to become successful

DAINIK NATION BUREAU If you work hard with patience then definitely you will get success in your life. The students should also keep themselves away from the substance abuse, said the director general (DG) Information Deependra Chaudhary while addressing students of Fusion institute of hotel management, Dehradun on Monday. Later he distributed certificates to the students. Chaudhary also met the ...

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ISBT to be built at Haldwani

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Transport Minister Yashpal Arya held a meeting in connection with the construction of the Haldwani ISBT bus stand of the Transport Department in the meeting room of the Vidhan Sabha on Monday. Three sites for the Haldwani ISBT were identified. First- Global Land Co-operative Private Limited, Nova Steel, Kamlawa Gaza, Second- Near the Forest Training Center and Third- ...

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Development Dynamics of a Himalayan State

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat released the book “Development Dynamics of a Himalayan State” (Volume 1 & 2), jointly authored by Prof. RM Nautiyal and Dr. Rajlakshmi Datta at the CM residence meeting hall on Monday. Describing this book as critical and multi-dimensional, Chief Minister said that the purpose of books written with long-term thinking should be helpful ...

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Martyre PS Rawat body reaches to UK

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat paid rich tributes to the martyr soldier of the Indian army Pradeep Singh Rawat by laying wreath on his mortal remains at Jolly Grant Airport on Monday. Chief Minister prayed for the peace of the departed soul and wished that almighty provide strength to the family members of the martyr. Consoling the family ...

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774 dead in monsoon rains, floods in 7 states across India

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As many as 774 people have died in incidents related to floods and rains in seven states during the monsoon season so far, the Home Ministry said. According to the Home Ministry’s National Emergency Response Centre (NERC), 187 people have lost their lives in Kerala, 171 in Uttar Pradesh, 170 in West Bengal and 139 in Maharashtra due to the ...

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Former Lok Sabha speaker Somnath Chatterjee dies aged 89

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Somnath Chatterjee is no more. The former Lok Sabha Speaker and expelled member of the CPM died around 8 am today at a hospital in Kolkata. He had been in and out of hospital since June-end after suffering a stroke. Chatterjee had celebrated his 89th birthday on July 29. Lok Sabha Speaker from 2004 to 2009, Chatterjee was a member ...

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Samsung Galaxy S9 to be available in India from August 24

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Samsung on Thursday launched its flagship Galaxy Note 9 — a device with a mammoth 1TB memory, bigger battery and a Bluetooth-equipped S Pen. The smartphone will be available globally from August 24 and for the India market, it will be manufactured at Samsung’s largest mobile manufacturing plant in Noida that was recently inaugurated by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. ...

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NASA successfully launches Parker Solar Probe to study Sun

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Hours before the rise of the very star it will study, NASA’s Parker Solar Probe launched from Florida Sunday to begin its journey to the Sun, where it will undertake a landmark mission. The spacecraft will transmit its first science observations in December, beginning a revolution in our understanding of the star that makes life on Earth possible. Roughly the ...

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