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POLICE PERSONNEL IN CPU DON’T POSSESS REQUIRED LICENCE

A Right to Information (RTI) query has revealed that the police personnel deployed as drivers in the City Patrol Unit (CPU) squads do not possess required commercial driving licenses. The President of Dehradun City Bus Association Vijay Vardhan Dandariyal said that in response to the RTI query regarding CPU driver and pillion, the police department informed that the personnel...

DM HOLDS MEETING TO CHECK ROAD ACCIDENTS

In order to improve the traffic system and put a check on road accidents in the provisional State Capital the Dehradun District Magistrate SA Murugesan presided over a meeting with the district officers at his camp office on Wednesday. The officers of transport, police, education and other departments were present in the meeting. The District Magistrate expressed concern at...

DON’T REVEAL YOUR ATM PASSWORDS: ADGP

Thursday, 04 January 2018 | PNS | Dehradun. ATM fraud related cyber crimes are on the rise in the state. In most of the cases, gangs from Bihar and Jharkhand are involved in ATM frauds. Common people in Dehradun as elsewhere in the State are concerned with net banking transaction related crimes showing a spurt presently. ADG of police (law and order)...

CS CHAIRS HANS FOUNDATION MEETING, Uttarakhand

Uttarakhand- A meeting of steering committee of Hans Foundation was held at the State Secretariat on Wednesday Uttarakhand. The meeting was chaired by the Chief Secretary Utpal Kumar Singh. The foundation is undertaking a project worth Rs 250 crore in different parts of the state. The state government has entered into an agreement with the foundation for the project...

COMPLAINT LODGED AGAINST DM, HIS GUNNER

A complaint has been filed in the court of the Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) against District Magistrate of Haridwar, Deepak Rawat, and his gunner by Brahmachari Dayanand of Matri Sadan Ashram. Earlier the Matri Sadan head Swami Shivanand had targeted DM Deepak Rawat and blamed him for beating his disciple Brahmachari Atmbodhanand and arresting him when he went to...

MAHA TREMBLING WITH DALIT RAGE

Massive protests erupted across Maharashtra on Tuesday as Dalits took to streets, blocked traffic and hurled stones at buses in Mumbai and various other parts of the State in protest against the killing of a youth at Koregaon Bhima during the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Koregaon in Pune. The protests turned violent at many places with at...

CM INAUGURATES KRISHI MAHOTSAV- 2018, VIKAS MELA

Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat opened various works and made announcements after inaugurating the Krishi Mahotsav- 2018 and Vikas Mela at the Ramlila Ground in Uttarkashi on Tuesday. Addressing the gathering on the occasion, the Chief Minister said that problems being faced in the health services in Uttarakhand were taken up as a challenge by the State Government. Focusing...

WILD ANIMALS CREATE TERROR FOR RESIDENTS, WRECKS HUGE LOSS OF PROPERTY

Residents of Haripur Kalan and Pathri villages who are living on the boundary of Rajaji National Park and Tiger Reserve have struggled for years fighting for their safety from the elephants that regularly raid the farmlands and destroy their crops. Apart from the elephants, the leopards also tend to maul or prey on the domesticated animals of the villagers....

PATIENTS COME UNDER MEDICAL HEAT

People suffered inconvenience as an outpatient and elective facilities in private hospitals of the State were closed for 12 hours in protest on Tuesday. This agitation of Indian Medical Association (IMA) from national to district level was observed in various districts of the State against the proposed Natinonal Medical Commission Bill- 2017 which is to be tabled in this...

RAJNATH REVELS NEW YEAR WITH JAWANS

On the first day of the year 2018, the Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday visited the forward areas in the Himalayan region of Uttarkashi district. He met the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) Force jawans deployed at the Along Border Out-Post (BOP) located at an altitude of 11,636 feet. The Home Minister had personal interaction with the jawans...