HindustanTimes Sat,20 Dec 2014


Admin begins relief work in flooded Haridwar villages

Owing to heavy rain, the Ganga has swollen again and flooded low-lying villages in Haridwar district. The administration has started relief works and is keeping a vigil in the areas.

Four-horned sheep leads 280-km Rajjat Yatra

A four-horned sheep is leading a 280-km religious yatra which will course through tough Himalyan terrain of Uttarakhand in the coming week.

Congmen express dissatisfaction over delay in forming new panel

A section of Congressmen in Uttarakhand has expressed dissatisfaction at the delay in constituting a new state Congress working committee. But the party leadership is unlikely to constitute the committee before mid-October.

Fate of Solid Waste Management Project in DMC hangs in balance

A significant portion of funds issued for the purpose of executing Integrated Municipal Solid Waste Management Project in the Dehradun Municipal Corporation (DMC) area is lying unused with the Doon civic body.

DMC efforts under scanner after disease scare grips Dehradun

With dengue scare reportedly beginning to spread its tentacles in the state capital, the Dehradun Municipal Corporation’s (DMC) role in conducting effective fogging and other anti-larval measures has come under the scanner.

Health officials deny pvt hospital’s claim, say no dengue cases yet

The district health authorities have rubbished the private hospital’s claim of seven dengue cases, contending that it didn’t confirm the cases with the prescribed ELISA test.

Foreign visits by ministers, babus only if necessary: Uttarakhand CM

Uttarakhand chief minister Harish Rawat said on Monday that foreign visits of cabinet ministers or officials would be allowed only in case of necessity, a measure he said was part of the 'hard decisions' he had announced would be taken to improve governance.

DAV students force closure of admission form sale counters

Student leaders forcibly closed the office counters of DAV (PG) College on Monday affecting sale of admission forms.

U’khand mulls law to sack doctors refusing hill posting

The state government is likely to enact a law that will permit it to sack doctors who do not accept their transfers and postings in hill areas.

Bungalow that 'spells doom' for CMs: Harish Rawat refuses to move in

Official chief minister's residence on the New Cantonment Road in Dehradun lies vacant. Chief minister Harish Rawat operates from the state guest house which has been converted to his official residence. 

Bitter pills needed for economic turnaround in Uttarakhand: CM Rawat

Uttarakhand chief minister Harish Rawat, who heads a coalition government, says he is in a better position to implement his vision of development for Uttarakhand after the Congress' clean sweep in bypolls in three assembly segments.

'By-poll results encouraging but no time to rest on laurels'

Emboldened by a stronger political mandate after winning the recent by-elections in Uttarakhand, Chief Minister Harish Rawat is preparing to take some 'hard decisions' to turn around the state’s economy which was battered by last year’s devastating floods.

Heavy rain alert in Uttarakhand, 5 dead in landslide

Ten days after heavy rains pounded Uttarakhand, the meteorological department on Monday warned of another round of incessant heavy rains in the next 48-hours while five people were found dead due to landslides a day earlier.

Firmly in saddle, Harish Rawat mulls Cabinet rejig

Boosted by a heart-warming performance in the assembly by-polls, a rejuvenated Uttarakhand chief minister Harish Rawat is likely to rejig his 11-member Cabinet to replace some ministers for their "underperformance and irregularities".

Congress wins all 3 seats in Uttarakhand by-polls

Uttarakhand chief minister Harish Rawat comfortably won the by-poll from Dharchula assembly seat by a margin of over 19000 votes. Rawat defeated BJP's BD Joshi in a direct fight between the Congress and BJP. Rawat polled over 30,000 votes.

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