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  • PM Narendra Modi during Uttarakhand investors summit: India going through major transformation

    Dehradun: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said India is going through major social and economic changes and the resultant New India will prove to be a catalyst for global development. “India is witnessing rapid economic and social changes. The country is going through a big transformation. We are marching towards a New India,” Modi said at an investors summit here in Uttarakhand.

  • Uttarakhand High Court orders strict implementation of ban on porn sites

    Nainital: The Uttarakhand High Court asked the Centre to strictly implement the ban on pornographic websites, taking cognisance of reports that a girl was gangraped in a Dehradun school by her fellow students after they watched porn clips. Issuing a slew of directives to implement the ban Thursday, a division bench comprising Acting Chief Justice Rajiv Sharma and Justice Manoj Tiwari said, “Unlimited access to these pornographic sites is required to be blocked/curbed

  • China: Troops have always operate on the Chinese side of the Line of Actual Control

    Beijing: Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang has refuted claims of intrusion by its troops into the Indian territory near the state of Uttarakhand, saying that the troops have always operated on the Chinese side of the Line of Actual Control (LAC). At a press conference on Thursday, when asked about Indian media claims of Chinese troops crossing LAC thrice in a month into the country’s “Uttarakhand” state, the farthest one reaching

  • Uttarakhand: 5 dead, 21 injured after bus falls into gorge

    Almora (Uttarakhand): Five people were killed and eighteen others were injured after a bus fell into a 50-feet deep gorge near Mohanri in Uttarakhand’s Almora districts on Thursday. The accident took place on Bhatrojkhan-Bhikiyasan route. As per reports, there were about 30 people in the bus at the time of the accident. Briefing about the accident, a police official said, “A Garhwal Motor Owners Union (GMOU) bus plying between Ramnagar to Gairsan fell

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    13 killed in Uttarakhand as vehicle falls into gorge

    Dehradun: Thirteen persons were killed and two critically injured when rubble from a landslide hit a tempo-traveller on the Gangotri highway in Uttarkashi on Monday, police said.

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    Uttarakhand BJP leader shot dead outside court for not paying accused over contract killing

    Police are yet to catch the accused in the murder of 38-year-old BJP leader and zila panchayat member, Virendra Manral, who was killed outside a court in Nainital district. During investigation, police found that Devendra, the main accused of the incident was angry with Virendra Manral after he refused to give him the money he was promised for the murder of an influential man in 2015. Both the men are residents of

  • PM Narendra Modi to inaugurate Uttarakhand’s maiden investors summit on October 7

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate on October 7 the Uttarakand’s maiden investors summit in Dehradun where the state will showcase various investment opportunities in the existing as well as newer sectors such as wellness and medical. The ‘Destination Uttarakhand: Investors Summit’ will be held on October 7-8. A five-day roadshow covering five metro cities culminated here today in Delhi with Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat assuring investors of providing an

  • Uttarakhand eyes Rs 20,000 crore investment from investor summit

    Mumbai : Uttarakhand is targeting Rs 20,000 crore investment from ‘Destination Uttarakhand: Investors Summit 2018’, in sectors including food processing, horticulture and floriculture, tourism and hospitality among others.

  • Plantable rakhis: A bond of love that will live on

    New Delhi: More than a colourful, decorative silk thread, Raksha Bandhan has been a celebration of the lifelong bond between brothers and sisters, sprinkled with love, occasional fights and a dash of bitter-sweet nostalgia for a shared childhood. While many brothers keep the rakhi on their wrists for weeks or even months to come, the festive thread eventually finds itself in a forgotten corner of a drawer or worse, a garbage bin. But the

  • Heavy to very heavy rainfall in 16 states in next 2 days: NDMA

    New Delhi : Heavy to very heavy rains are expected in 16 states, including Kerala, Uttarakhand and West Bengal, in next two days with fishermen are advised not to venture in central Arabian sea, the NDMA said on Saturday. In a statement, the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) said heavy rains are also expected in large areas along Bay of Bengal.

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    Bihar man’s half-eaten body found in Tiger reserve

    Rishikesh: A half-eaten body of a man from Bihar has been recovered from the Motichur range of the Rajaji Tiger Reserve in Uttarakhand. The recovery of 45-year-old Shahid’s body late last night comes a fortnight after a man-eating leopard was shot dead in the same range, located in Dehradun district, raising suspicion that several man-eating leopards could be active in the area.

  • Cloudbursts in Uttarakhand damage Seraghat Hydro Power project

    Pithoragarh: A cloudburst hit Munsiari’s Balati area in Uttarakhand’s Pithoragarh town on Monday and damaged Seraghat Hydro Power Project. The damaged Hydro Power Project is likely to cause a flood-like situation in the nearby region as the dam water has entered shops and houses, causing damage to property.

  • U’khand CM orders 57-yr-old teacher’s suspension and arrest for ‘misbehaviour’ at his janata darbar

    Uttarakhand : Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat’s alleged behaviour at his Janata Darbar session would have certainly won him no accolades from his teachers on Thursday. He ordered the arrest of school teacher Uttara Bahuguna, 57, after her alleged misbehaviour with him. She had gone to meet him at the state capital, to take up the long-pending matter of her transfer to Dehradun after 25 years of serving in remote, mountainous

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    Centre to announce Kharif MSP next week

    New Delhi : The Union Cabinet will finalise the minimum support prices (MSP) for the notified Kharif crops next Wednesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday told farmers from five states.

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