Regional

Governor greets journalists on National Press Day

SHIMLA:Governor Bandaru Dattatraya extended his heartiest greetings to all the personnel working in the field of journalism on National Press Day.

Haryana power engineers protest against dismissals

KURUKSHETRA:Haryana Power Engineers continued their protest for third day against dismissals and reversions of sub divisional officers working in Dakshin Haryana Vidhyut Vitran Nigam (DHBVN) and  Haryana Vidhyut Prasaran Nigan (HVPN).

Congress today has no issue against government

SHIMLA:BJP Himachal Pradesh vice president and member of parliament from Mandi constituency Ramswaroop Sharma said the Congress today has no issue against government so Congress can be termed as an issueless party. He said the Congress leaders of any state are targeting global investment meet for their own political gains, Congress ruled in the state of Himachal Pradesh for a long time and they were unsuccessful of doing such a brilliant activity in the state Himachal Pradesh caters to approximately 11000 megawatt of electricity it has clean air ,clean water, clean vegetation, clean medicinal plants and has the potential to cater to big industries and tourism sector which in flesh in the state Congress was unsuccessful to do the same in their tenure .

Education Minister opens Kabaddi competition

SHIMLA:Education Minister Suresh Bhardwaj opened the 43rd All India Civil Services Kabaddi competition from government college Chaura Maidan here today.

CM directs officers to speed up work on approvals of MoUs

SHIMLA:Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur said that all the concerned officers of the State Government should adopt pro-active approach to ensure that the MoUs signed for investment in the State shows light of the day at the earliest. The Chief Minister was presiding over the review meeting of Global Investors Meet-2019 here today.

Himachal CM launches special campaign on prevention of drug abuse

SHIMLA:Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur said that there was an urgent need to collectively fight the evil of drug abuse by making the campaign a mass movement for creation of ill effects of drug abuse. He was addressing the people on the occasion of special campaign on ‘Prevention of Drug Abuse and Alcoholism’ launched by the State Social Justice and Empowerment department from here today. The special campaign on prevention of drug abuse and alcoholism was also launched at district level across the state.

CM presides over last cultural night of international Lavi fair

SHIMLA:Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur presided over the last cultural night of international Levi fair at Rampur Bushahr in Shimla district on Thursday evening.He released Souvenir of the fair brought out by the Mela organising committee.

Jai Ram Thakur presides over closing ceremony of Lavi fair

SHIMLA:Four-day long international Lavi fair at Rampur Bushahr concluded today with much fanfare and gaiety with Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur presiding over the closing ceremony.

Himachali students shine in Aryans 13th Cultural Function "Rajni"

SHIMLA:Renowned comedian & Actor Binnu Dhillon, Actress Sargun Mehta, Punjabi Singer Afsana Khan, Navjeet along with Kashmiri Artist Baabarr Mudacer enthralled over 5000 youth in the 13th Annual Cultural Extravaganza "Rajni" organized by Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh.

Governor presides over convocation function of APG University

SHIMLA:Governor Bandaru Dattatraya said that self-confidence was important in achieving the objective in life and it helps to move ahead on the path of development

Markanda inaugurated a one day workshop of Agri Export Polic

SHIMLA:Agriculture Minister Dr Ram Lal Markanda today inaugurated a one day workshop of Agri Export Policy at State Management Agency of Extension Training Institute Mashobra auditorium here. He stressed the importance of natural farming in the state to double the income of farmers by 2022.

HP High Court posts human rights establishment case in first week of March 2020

SHIMLA:The High Court of H.P. posted the matter regarding establishment of Human Rights Commission/Lokayukta/Lokpal and Human Rights Court in the State of H.P., in the first week of March, 2020, after observing that the State Government has initiated steps regarding constitution of Human Rights Commission by issuing letter to the Registrar Generals of various High Courts, inviting applications for the appointment of Chairperson and Members of Human Rights Commission and  advertisement has also been published in the newspapers in this regard.

Need to channelize youth energy to save them from drug trap: CS

SHIMLA:For economic rehabilitation of the unemployed youth and children not enrolled in schools, the departments of youth service and sports, education, rural development should identify such youth to bolster the employable skills and livelihood potential besides their economic rehabilitation.

17 November declared paid holiday for Municipal Council elections

SHIMLA:The state government has declared 17 November, 2019 as paid holiday within the meaning of Section 25 of Negotiable Instrument Act 188 (in case poll is held) in the areas of Municipal Council Solan and Nalagarh in district Solan and Rampur in district Shimla, where bye-election is scheduled to be held to fill up the vacant seat in the above mentioned Municipal Council.

Haryana Cabinet expansion likely on Thursday

CHANDIGARH:The first expansion of Manohar Lal Khattar-led two-member cabinet in Haryana is likely on Thursday, sources said.
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Khattar took oath as Chief Minister along with his alliance partner Jannayak Janta Party (JJP) leader Dushyant Chautala, the great grandson of former deputy prime minister late Devi Lal, as his deputy on October 27.

Haryana Electricity Regulation Commission (HERC) invites comments on draft Single Point Supply Regulations 2019

CHANDIGARH:Haryana Electricity Regulation Commission (HERC) has invited various stakeholders to share their comments on draft Single Point Supply Regulations 2019. The stakeholders can submit their comments before November 28.

Teachings of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji are more relevant today: Himachal CM

SHIMLA: 550th years of Guru Nanak Dev’s birth, is a time to rededicate ourselves towards  the revered Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji’s  teachings, who spoke of one God, universal brotherhood, love, humility, simplicity, equality and tolerance.

HP High Vourt seeks status report on torture of elderly woman

SHIMLA:The High Court of H.P. today directed State Government to file status report in the matter of torturing an old lady of Village Samahal of Sarkaghat, District Mandi, on the suspicion of her being a sorceress.

Governor inaugurates International Lavi Fair

SHIMLA:Governor Bandaru Dattatraya inaugurated the four-day long International Lavi fair at Rampur in district Shimla today. On this occasion, he appealed to the people to contribute towards making Himachal free from drugs.  He said that a massive campaign should be launched by involving more and more NGOs to eradicate this evil from the society to save the younger generation from its ill effects.

27th State Level Children Science Congress-2019

SHIMLA:The Himachal Pradesh Council for Science, Technology & Environment (HIMCOSTE) is organizing 27th State level Children Science Congress at Govt. (Girls) Sr. Sec. School Bilaspur Distt. Bilaspur from. 13th to 16th November, 2019 in collaboration with Department of Education, Himachal Pradesh and Rashtriya Vigyan Evam Prodyogiki Sanchar Parishad and Department of Science & Technology (DST), Govt. of India, New Delhi.

12345678910...

Opinion Poll

Feedback