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CBSE paper leak: Delhi Police nabs three from Himachal Pradesh

CBSE paper leak: Delhi Police nabs three from Himachal Pradesh. Three people from Una district of Himachal Pradesh have been arrested for their alleged involvement in the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 12 economics paper leak. The arrested accused have been identified as Rakesh Kumar (commerce lecturer), clerk Amit Sharma and class IV

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CBSE paper leak case: Three more arrested

CBSE paper leak case: Three accused- including a teacher, clerk and support staff- have been arrested from Himachal Pradesh over the leak of Class XII Economics paper. The investigation in the case revealed that the paper was leaked in handwritten form.On April 5, the Delhi Karkardooma Court sent three more accused in the Central Board

Rajya Sabha Elections 2018 New Delhi

Stage set for the Rajya Sabha Elections 2018 in New Delhi

The stage has been set for the Rajya Sabha Elections 2018 in  New Delhi. The elections for 58 crucial seats in Rajya Sabha will be held on March 23, Friday.   The main purpose of carrying out the Elections is to fill the vacant vacancies of Rajya Sabha after the retirement of above mentioned employees. This

HP: 920-kg drugs seized, 256 booked in special drive

HP: 920-kg drugs seized, 256 booked in special drive

Shimla – In a major crackdown, more than 920 kilograms of narcotics were seized and 256 persons, including a foreigner, booked for allegedly smuggling drugs during the past seven weeks in Himachal Pradesh, a senior police official said today.The special drive was launched by the police under a 100-day action plan, and around 88kg of cannabis,

Eight pilgrims from Punjab killed in Himachal Pradesh

Eight pilgrims from Punjab killed in Himachal Pradesh . According to sources, eight pilgrims who were belongs to Punjab were killed in Bilaspur Distt. of Himachal Pradesh. The vehicle rolled down a gorge at Swarghat on the Chandigarh-Manali national highway in Bilaspur district of Himachal Pradesh on Friday. The deceased have been identified as Mandeep Singh (28),

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Himachal CM to present budget for 2018-19 on March 9

Budget 2018-19: Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur will present his first budget for 2018-19 on March 9, speaker of the Assembly said on Wednesday.The month-long budget session commencing on March 6 would have seventeen sittings, including two private members days and nine days recess from March 17 to 25.Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur,

J-K, Himachal to witness heavy snowfall on Feb 24

J-K, Himachal to witness heavy snowfall on Feb 24

J-K, Himachal witness heavy snowfall on Feb 24: Meteorological (MeT) Department scientist Naresh Kumar said that heavy snowfall is expected in Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh on February 24. Speaking to ANI, he further said that western disturbance will be approaching Indian region on February 20 and 23. “From February 20, the western disturbance will be approaching

Himachal CM flags off electric bus services in Shimla

Himachal CM flags off electric bus services in Shimla

Himachal CM flags off electric bus services in Shimla: Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur today flagged off the electric bus service of the Himachal Road Transport Corporation (HRTC). Eleven buses were flagged off for local destinations on nine different routes from the State Secretariat here by Thakur. He said the Centre would bear 90 per cent cost of

SC allows HP to carry out silviculture felling of trees

SC allows HP to carry out silviculture felling of trees

SC allows HP to carry out silviculture felling of trees: The Supreme Court today allowed Himachal Pradesh government to permit “silviculture felling” of trees to a very limited extent and said this activity should be monitored very carefully to see whether it helps in regenerating forests. The apex court, which had in December 1996 directed the

In Himachal, week-long Mahashivratri begins

In Himachal, week-long Mahashivratri begins

In Himachal, week-long Mahashivratri begins: A day after celebrations ended in other northern states, Mahashivratri festivities, unique to this Himachal Pradesh town that will continue for a week, began on Thursday amidst a gathering of over 200 hill gods and goddesses.The festival is celebrated with a difference in this historical town, popularly known as Chhoti Kashi.

Sun shines bright in Himachal Pradesh hills

Sun shines bright in Himachal Pradesh hills. After two days of widespread snowfall, Shimla, Manali and other hill destinations on Wednesday woke up to a bright, sunny but bone-chilling day, the weather office said. Residents of Shimla shivered as icy winds after snowfall brought down the minimum temperature to 1.9 degrees Celsius. For the past

Himachal proposes 2018-19 annual plan at Rs 6,300 cr

Himachal proposes 2018-19 annual plan at Rs 6,300 cr

Himachal proposes 2018-19 annual plan at Rs 6,300 cr: The annual plan of Himachal Pradesh for 2018-19 has been proposed at Rs 6,300 crore compared with Rs 5,700 crore for the current fiscal, denoting a 10.52 per cent increase, Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur said here on Monday. Presiding over a meeting of legislators to finalise

Shimla, nearby areas wrapped in snow

Shimla, nearby areas wrapped in snow

Shimla snow: Himachal Pradesh’s capital Shimla and its nearby tourist destinations on Monday were wrapped in snow, giving them a picturesque look.Towns in upper Shimla district were cut off with snow piled on roads, a Met official said.This was the season’s second significant snowfall that froze the “Queen of Hills”, as Shimla was fondly called by

Himachal CM hits out at Congress for targeting his govt

Himachal CM hits out at Congress for targeting his govt

Himachal CM hits out at the Congress leaders for targeting the BJP government in the state for no valid reasons, Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur today said those who did nothing in the last five years were questioning the performance of the 44-day-old current regime. Talking to reporters, he alleged that the Congress leaders

Cold conditions persist in HP

Cold conditions persist in HP

Cold conditions persist in HP: Cold-wave conditions persisted in most parts of Himachal Pradesh today, even as the minimum temperatures rose marginally. The region had a windy and cloudy day and the local MeT office has predicted rains or snow at isolated places tomorrow, as a fresh western disturbances lie over the Himalayan region.Minimum temperatures rose marginally

Surendra Chauhan writes letter

Surendra Chauhan writes letter to Himachal Pradesh’s CM over economic crisis in Shimla

Surendra Chauhan writes letter to Chief Minister, Himachal Pradesh, Jai Ram Thakur suggesting over economic crises which Shimla can face in the near future. He further mentioned the problems which people of Shimla are facing economically and suggested how authorities can overcome economic crises. He mentioned in the letter that members of Municipal corporation Shimla are

Check out preparation of Republic Day in Shimla.

Check out preparation of Republic Day in Shimla. In Himachal Pradesh 26 January Republic day will be celebrated at Ridge Mall Road, Shimla Governor Acharya Debavratt will preside over the function. Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur and Education Minister Suresh Bhardwaj will also be there at the occasion.Himachal Pradesh Assembly Speaker Dr. In Rajiv Bindal

65 trains affected due to low visibility in northern region

65 trains affected due to low visibility in northern region

65 trains affected due low visibility northern region: Foggy conditions continue to affect railway services in the northern region on Wednesday with 65 trains getting delayed, cancelled or rescheduled.According to the Northern Railways Chief Public Relations Officer (CPRO) Nitin Chowdhary, at least 22 trains have been cancelled, 40 trains were running late and three have

65 trains affected due low visibility northern region

Foggy conditions continue to affect flight, train services

Foggy conditions continue affect flight: Foggy conditions continue to wreak havoc in northern region as six flights and over 70 trains have been affected due to it, as per the latest reports received on Tuesday.Two arriving and six departing flights were delayed due to decreased visibility at Indira Gandhi International Airport here. Similarly, 45 trains

Delhi shelter board denies deaths

Delhi shelter board denies deaths due to cold

Delhi shelter board denies deaths due to cold. The Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board (DUSIB) on Tuesday denied reports of deaths due to cold waves in the national capital. Speaking to ANI, Shurbir Singh, CEO of DUSIB, said, “DUSIB rebut the facts shown by media that 44 people died because of cold in Delhi. No such case has been reported to the board.

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