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Governor stresses on promoting Youth Red Cross Activities
Governor Urmila Singh who is also the President of HP State Red Cross Society said that youth red cross activities should be promoted for speeding up the humanitarian activities in the state.
H.P. Judicial Service Main Examination Result declared
A Spokesman of H.P. Public Service Commission said here today that the Commission has declared the result of H.P. Judicial Service (Main) Examination, 2014 conducted with effect from 15th July to 18th July, 2014.
About Rs. 600 crore loss assessed due to incessant rains : Revenue Minister
Giving details about the loss suffered by the State due to heavy rains lately and particularly incessant rains on 14th and 15th of August, 2014 coupled with flashfloods, cloudbursts and landslides at many places, Revenue Minister Kaul Singh Thakur said.
Faculty Development Program organized at Aryans Campus
Aryans Group of Colleges, Chandigarh recently organized a Faculty Development Programme on “Enhancing Teaching effectiveness in Education” at its Campus situated on Chandigarh-Patiala Highway, Near Chandigarh.
Bodies of all 24 engineering students from Hyderabad recovered
The longest-ever search operation to recover bodies of 24 B.Tech students, who drowned in River Beas in Mandi district on June 8, came to a close with recovery of bodies of two girl students.With this, the bodies of all 24 students have been recovered and only a co-tour guide Pralahad is missing.
Mansarovar yatra route option cheers Himachal
An assurance by Chinese President Xi Jinping to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday over the possibility of an additional route for the Kailash-Mansarovar pilgrimage in China through Himachal Pradesh has cheered the state's hospitality industry.
Manali dam tragedy : HC rejects engineering college’s plea
The Himachal Pradesh High Court on Wednesday dismissed a petition of Hyderabad's VNR engineering college seeking recalling or modification of its order, directing it to pay Rs. 2.5 lakh each to the kin of all the 24 students who were washed away by gushing waters of Beas river last month.
Five bodies found in Himachal river, 19 still missing
Five bodies of students were found in Himachal Pradesh's Mandi district while the fate of 19 others who were washed away in Beas river that saw a flash-flood after the release of water from a hydropower project is still not known, an official said.
Rs. 4.43 crore spent under RSBY : Kaul Singh Thakur
Kaul Singh Thakur, Health and Family Welfare Minister said that Rs. 4.43 crore had been spent for treatment of more than 2600 patients at Indira Gandhi Medical College and Hospital, Shimla under Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojna (RSBY) during last ten months.
RKMV fast developing as model centre of quality education : CM
The Government was endeavoured to create best educational infrastructure in rural and far-flung areas of the State so that the students in such backward areas may be provided quality education at par with the students of urban areas.
Mock Drill organized at State Secretariat
To mitigate any type of natural disaster, a mock drill was organized at the State Secretariat here today, as a measure of preparedness in the wake of natural havoc.
State Government committed to strengthen health services : CM
hief Minister Virbhadra Singh said that health sector was one of the top propriety sector of the State Government and Rs. 1187 crore were being spent in this sector during current fiscal.
Pratibha Singh urges to organise 45th International Film Festival
Member of Parliament Pratibha Singh called on Manish Tewari, Union Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting at Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi and requested him to organise 45th International Film Festival of India in Himachal Pradesh.
B.Sc. Medical Technology students call on CM
Students of B.Sc. Medical Technology, Indira Gandhi Medical College, Shimla led by Vinod Chauhan, Registrar, Para Medical Council called on Virbhadra Singh, Chief Minister here today.
CM urged to stop work on Samej hydropower project
The people of Sugha and Samej villages of Sarpara 15/20 Gram Panchayat of Rampur Bushar in Shimla district have urged the Chief Minister to stop work on Samej hydropower project.
Pratibha Singh accorded warm welcomed at New Delhi
Pratibha Singh newly elected Member of Parliament from Mandi Parliamentary Constituency was given warm welcome on her first visit to National Capital New Delhi after her landslide victory in the bye-election.
HPSCSC Contributes towards CM Relief Fund
Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh was presented a cheque of Rs. 51 lakh towards CM Relief fund by Food & Civil Supplies Minister G.S. Bali, here today, on behalf of H.P. State Civil Supplies Corporation Ltd. (HPSCSCL), to be utilised to provide relief to the people of Kinnaur who suffered massively due to the natural calamity.
Essential commodities being ensured in Kinnaur district : CM
Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh said here today that there had been intensive loss to life and property in the State especially in tribal district of Kinnaur on 16th and 17th June, 2013 due to incessant rains, landslides and untimely snowfall.
Ranbaxy donates Rs.15 lakh towards CMs Relief Fund
Ranbaxy Laboratories Limited donated Rs. 15 lakhs towards Chief Minister's Relief Fund for rehabilitation and relief works in flood affected area of Kinnaur district.
Maharaja Padam Singh Cricket Tournament concludes
It is a matter of great pride for the State as well as for organisers of All India Maharaja Padam Singh Cricket Association, who are hosting this Cricket Tournament since long and many national and international cricket stars.
IGMC to be upgraded on analogy of AIIMS
The Indira Gandhi Medical College (IGMC) would be upgraded on the analogy of All India Institute of Medical Sciences under Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Sewa Yojna, (PMSSY), said Kaul Singh Thakur Health Minister, while speaking at a two day conference on Continued Medical Education.
CM urges PM to release Rs. 1000 crore for disaster hit areas in State
Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh today called on Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh at New Delhi today and demanded Rs. 1000 crore package for immediate relief and restoration works in flood affected areas of the State.
Exhibition of Vatsala Khera inaugurated
Irrigation and Public Health Minister Vidya Stokes today inaugurated the exhibition of Vatsala Khera, titled 'Symphony of Colours' at Gaiety Theatre, here today. Lauding the efforts of Smt. Khera, the Minister said that the salubrious climate and ambience of Himachal Pradesh
CM releases book on practical learning
Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh released book titled “Prarambhik Shikshan avam Adhigam Samagri” written by Virender Kumar, Primary Teacher from Sandoa (Suni) here today. Chief Minister said that the book based on training of Primary Teachers would help children learn practically.
Governor and CM mourn death of 10 persons
Himachal Pradesh has suffered heavy losses of life and property due to intermittent rain which lashed the entire State from last two to three days. As per reports reaching State headquarters ten persons were reported killed due to landslides in tribal district of Kinnaur and dozen stranded due to blockade of roads.
CM Virbhadra Singh congratulates Ambika Soni
Chief Minster Virbhadra Singh has congratulated Ambika Soni on her appointment as General Secretary of All India Congress Committee and In-charge of Himachal Pradesh.
Governor and CM mourn demise of Vidyacharan Sukhla
Governor, Urmila Singh and Chief Minister, Virbhadra Singh have expressed grief over the death of former Union Minister, Vidya Charan Sukhla at Medanta Hospital in Gurgaon today. Vidya Charan Sukhla was seriously wounded in Maoist attack on 25 May, 2013 in Chhattisgarh.
Eight die as bus rolls into Gorge
At least eight people were killed on Friday when a private bus carrying more than 35 passengers skidded off the road and fell into a 500-metre-deep gorge in Himachal Pradesh's Sirmaur district, police said.
State to introduce genetically improved fish species
The State Government and Directorate of Coldwater Fisheries Research (DCFR), Bhimtal, Uttrakhand will together work for increasing fish production in the State besides introducing genetically improved new fish species in high altitude lakes, cold waters and general waters of the State.
Governor releases newsletter of HPU
Urmila Singh, Governor today released the newsletter of Himachal Pradesh University titled ‘Himshikhar’ both in english and hindi languages at Raj Bhawan.