Navprabhat Mla Bibliography

Cleanliness of the Ganges
Congress workers observe fast
Dehradun, June 26
Members of the Uttarakhand State Congress held a one-day fast to draw attention on issues related to cleanliness of the Ganges, illegal mining and environment and concluded it by paying homage to Swami Nigmanand today.

Atal Chaupal becomes platform for leaders
Nainital, June 26
The “Sarkar Janata ke Dwar-Atal Chaupal” programme is turning out to be nothing more than a programme dominated by the political propaganda of the ruling BJP government in the state.

Maintain tranquiliser guns, forest offices told
Dehradun, June 26
Waking up from deep slumber, the office of Uttarakhand Principal Chief Conservator of Forests, Wildlife, has issued necessary directives to all forest department offices for better upkeep of tranquiliser guns and the training of the staff in handling these guns.

Awareness camp on drug abuse
Dehradun, June 26
With the cooperation of Municipal Corporation, the Navin Kiran Trust counselling and rehabilitation centre, held a campaign against drug abuse to observe “International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking” outside Gandhi Park today.

32 students awarded
Mussoorie, June 26
More than 32 students were felicitated for excelling in Uttarakhand board exams this year in a simple ceremony held on the Municipal Council premises yesterday. The programme was organized by IAM institute and social organisation “Sarvey Bhavantu Sukhina” jointly.

State promoting anwala crop
Dehradun, June 26
Aiming at increasing the income of farmers in the state, the Uttarakhand government is promoting the cultivation of anwala (gooseberry) in view of its high medicinal value.

Placement drive by Dolphin institute
Dehradun, June 26
The Dolphin Institute of Bio-Medical and Natural Sciences has started placement drive where reputed companies will come.

Brinjal farmers to ‘earn maximum’ in September
Dehradun, June 26
The wholesale price of brinjal will be the maximum ranging between Rs 950 and 1,200 per quintal in September, according to an econometric analysis conducted by scientists of the Pantnagar-based GB Pant University of Agriculture and Technology.

World peace possible only through moral values: Alva
Dehradun , June 26
Uttarakhand Governor Margaret Alva has said that imbibing the values of truth, non-violence, harmony and love can help combat the dark forces of violence and negativism, and establish a long-lasting peace in society and the world.

Boundary wall demolished
Dehradun, June 26
A team of the Dehradun Municipal Corporation yesterday demolished a boundary wall at Sahastradhara. Officials said a property dealer, Babu Singh, had constructed a toilet on the nigam’s land and had even installed the entrance gate.

College yet to start self-financed courses
Dehradun, June 26
The proposed self-financed courses at MKP PG College, Dehradun, have failed to take off. The reason: the government had announced to give Rs 30 lakh to the college in this regard, but the authorities have not received the funds so far.

Gorkha Rangers defeat Uttarakhand Tigers
Dehradun, June 26
Gorkha Rangers, Vijay Cantt and the Akranta Football Club won their respective matches in the Lala Nemi Dass Memorial District Football League played at the Pavilion ground here today.


Players in action in a match in the Lala Nemi Dass Memorial District Football League at the Pavilion ground in Dehradun on Sunday. A Tribune photograph

Theatre workshop for children ends
Pithoragarh, June 26
A summer theatre workshop for children that began on June 19 by “Gatha”, a leading theatre group of the district, concluded today with teaching of mime and movements by the experts.

Ashok Pandhi Dehradun Club chief
Dehradun, June 26
Ashok Pandhi was elected president of the Dehra Dun Club in a very keen contest against his friend and rival Devender Singh Mann, owner of the Doon International School in the elections held last evening.

 




Forest Dept to clear garbage from Nanda Devi yatra route
Dehradun, September 7
Forest Minister Dinesh Agarwal today said the state Forest Department would be assisting the administration in disposal of garbage lying on the Nanda Devi Raj Jaat Yatra route and also the camping sites of bugyals.

Nanda Devi Raj Jaat Yatra concludes
Dehradun, September 7
The Nanda Devi Raj Jaat Yatra after covering an ardous trek of 280 km over three weeks ended today as the pilgrims reached the final halt, Nauti in Chamoli district.

Nanda Devi Raj Jaat Yatra
Almora MP seeks White Paper on expenses
Dehradun, September 7
BJP MP from Almora Ajay Tamta yesterday criticised the state government for making poor arrangements for the Nanda Devi Raj Jaat Yatra and demanded a White Paper on funds sanctioned and expenses for the yatra.

Sanskrit best mode of moral-based education
Haridwar, September 7
Sanskrit students are in no way inferior to Hindi or English medium students. They are superior when it comes to moral-based education, spiritual knowledge, respecting elders, culture and Vedic knowledge.

Village women educated on legal rights, laws
Dehradun, September 7
As many as 90 women from villages of the Sahaspur block in Dehradun district participated in a two-day legal awareness programme that concluded at the Sahaspur block auditorium today.

Women participate in a legal awareness camp at Sahaspur in Dehradun on Sunday. A Tribune photograph

Governor’s greetings on Onam
Dehradun, September 7
Governor Aziz Qureshi has greeted people on the occasion of Onam, which is symbolic of joy, prosperity and well being.

Kamleshwari Mishra’s book of poems released
Dehradun, September 7
‘Chulhe Ki Dharti’, a book of poems penned by Kamleshwari Mishra, was released at a function organised by the Navbhivyakti Sahityik Evam Sanskritik Sanstha here yesterday. Addressing the gathering, renowned author Dr Shiv Prasad Bhardwaj said the poems in the book carried the essence of the state.

Dignitaries release a poetry book written by Kamleshwari Mishra in Dehradun on Saturday. Tribune photo: Abhyudaya Kotnala

Political Diary
Close relatives rise up against Harish Rawat
Dehradun, September 7
Harish Rawat has established himself as an astute politician by dislodging Vijay Bahuguna as Chief Minister before the Lok Sabha elections this year. He has also defeated the BJP in the byelections in the three Assembly seat and emerged as one of the strongest Congress regional leaders. However, he is now facing problems at home.

Preservation of environment a collective duty, says ADM
Dehradun, September 7
A sapling plantation drive was carried out by the Nagrik Suraksha Sangathan and Nathuawala gram panchayat at Donali Chowk in Raipur today. Additional District Magistrate (ADM) Pratap Shah was the chief guest at the function.



Members of the civil defence organisation participate in tree plantation drive in Dehradun on Sunday. A Tribune photograph

BKU activists cut water supply to UP from Khatima
Pithoragarh, September 7
Activists of the Bharatiya Kishan Union (BKU) held a protest against the UP Irrigation Department at the Tumaria and Nanak Sagar dams today and stopped the flow of the canal water at Khatima to 10 districts of Uttar Pradesh.

MLA seeks more officials at nyaya panchayat
Mussoorie, September 7
MLA, Mussoorie, Ganesh Joshi, today demanded more administrative officials in the Sarona nyaya panchayat falling under the Mussoorie Assembly segment.

Mussoorie BJP honours mothers of baby girls
Mussoorie, September 7
The Mussoorie BJP women’s cell felicitated women who had given birth to baby girls and created awareness against female foeticide at a function held here yesterday.

Women who gave birth to baby girls being felicitated in Mussoorie on Saturday. A Tribune photograph

Send to Centre proposals for 4 smart cities
Pithoragarh, September 7
Nainital Member of Parliament and former Uttarakhand Chief Minister Bhagat Singh Koshiyari has said that the state government should go ahead and send proposals to the Union Government for the development of four of its emerging cities as smart cities with full civic and infrastructural facilities.

Telecom towers to be sealed
Dehradun, September 7
The Mussoorie Dehradun Development Authority (MDDA) has released a list of illegal telecom towers that will be sealed in the coming days.

MoU on trauma care signed
Dehradun, September 7 To strengthen trauma care in India, GVK EMRI, a leading integrated emergency services provider worldwide, has signed an MoU with the National Trauma Research Institute (NTRI), Australia. The MoU was signed by Dr GVK Reddy, chairman GVK EMRI and Prof Russel Gruen, director, NTRI, in the presence of Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbot.

Novel penned by DIG released
Dehradun, September 7
Director General of Police BS Sidhu released the novel titled ‘Itti Si Baat’ written by IPS officer and DIG Satish Shuklaat at the Dehradun police lines at Race Course here today. Shukla is posted at the police headquarters as DIG, crime and law and order.

Dignitaries release a book written by DIG Satish Shukla in Dehradun on Sunday. Tribune photo: Abhudaya Kotnala

Ajay Bhatt asks CM to resign on moral grounds
Dehradun, September 7
Ajay Bhatt, Leader of the Opposition in the Uttarakhand Vidhan Sabha, has demanded immediate resignation of Chief Minister Harish Rawat on moral grounds.

Discipline must for trainers of Scouts, Guides
Haridwar, September 7
Discipline is imperative not only for Scouts and Guides volunteers but also for those who train them. This was stated by Gauri Shankar Sharma, coordinator for the week-long Scouts and Guides Trainer’s training camp at Shantikunj here today.

Discussion organised on bureaucrat Raghav Chandra’s book on wildlife
Dehradun, September 7
Bureaucrat Raghav Chandra, who has authored “Scent of A Game”, a book on wildlife, has said by penning the book, he had tried to further the cause of tiger conservation in the country.

Cheaper flights to high valleys till Sept end
Pithoragarh, September 7
The concessional helicopter service from Dharchula to high valleys of Drama, Byans and Johar will continue till the last week of September. An order to this effect will reach the district administration soon, former Dharchula MLA Harish Dhami said here.

CBI probe sought against Vikas Nagar MLA
Haridwar, September 7
Sanjay Chopra, chairman of the Jwalapur Agriculture Production Committee and veteran Congress leader, has sought a CBI probe against Nav Prabhat for his alleged involvement in two major scams during his tenure as state Forest Minister. Nav Prabhat had recently levelled allegations against Agriculture Minister Harak Singh Rawat recently.

Technical audit of UJVNL sought
Dehradun, September 7
VK Kanjjalia, general secretary of the Central Board of Irrigation an Power, today stressed on the need for technical audit of Uttarakhand Jal Vidyut Nigam Limited (UJVNL). He assured UJVNL Managing Director GP Patel the best possible assistance in the audit.

World Scholar’s Cup concludes
Dehradun, September 7
The two-day regional round of World Scholar’s Cup concluded at Unison World School here today. The day began with the most popular event, Scholar’s Bowl, which was a community event with multiple choice questions in six subjects – literature, science, social studies, arts, special area and history.

Participants at the conclusion of the World Scholar’s Cup held at Unison World School in Dehradun on Sunday. A Tribune photograph

Woman commits suicide
Dehradun, September 7
A 23-year-old woman was found hanging from a tree at Chambroli village in Rajpur police station area here today.

St Thomas eves trounce Cambrian Hall
Dehradun, September 7
On the second day of the ongoing 10th Gardener Silver Jubilee Inter-School Girls Basketball Tournament at Gardener Multipurpose Floodlit Auditorium at St Thomas College here today, hosts St Thomas College thrashed Cambrian Hall School 34-4, with Vidhushi from the host team scoring 8 points. In another match, The Aryan School registered an easy win over Kendriya Vidyalaya 19-12, with Ayushi from the winning school scoring 6 points for her team.

JA Boys pip Wills Club
Dehradun, September 7
The super league stage of the Nemidas District Football League kicked off at Pavilion Ground here today.

Woodstock win basketball tourney
Mussoorie, September 7
Woodstock School emerged winners in the 2nd Inter-School Invitational Basketball Tournament held at Wynberg Allen school in Mussoorie today.

 

 




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