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Saturday 21 April 2018
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Category: Politics

CPM opposes creation of Shimla Jal Nigam, accuses BJP for privatizing water supply

Shimla: The CPM has asked the state government to immediately reverse its decision of forming Shimla Jal Prabandhan Nigam Limited for water...

Sports bill withdrawn amid uproar in Assembly, Opposition staged walk out

Shimla: Amidst the strong opposition from Indian National Congress, the state government has withdrawn the pending Himachal Pradesh Sports...

JP Nadda re-elected for Rajya Sabha

Shimla: Union Health and Family Welfare Minister JP Nadda was today re-elected unopposed for Rajya Sabha for the second term from Himachal...

Budget Session begins on stormy note, Opposition stages walkout over Sec 118

Shimla: The month-long Budget session of the Himachal Pradesh Assembly began on a stormy note today, with the Opposition Indian National...

ECI issues notification for Rajya Sabha election, last date for filing nominations is 12th March

Shimla: The Election Commission of India today issued notification for the election of a Member to the Council of States by the elected...

Caps no more to symbolize political alignments, but inseparable part of our culture: CM

Colors of Himachali cap was symbol of political alignment for good two decades. Congress loyalists especially followers of former Chief...

CM blames previous Virbhadra Govt for indulging in politics of vendetta and vengeance

Hamirpur: Chief Minister Jairam Thakur accused the previous Virbhadra Singh led state government for indulging in the politics of vendetta....

Govt imposes complete ban on transfers, ministers claimed

Shimla: The state government claimed of imposing complete ban on transfers of its employees. Cabinet Ministers’ Health Minister Vipin...

Chief Minister blames previous Govt for misleading Court on Janjehli issue

Shimla: Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur blamed the previous government for the Janjehli issue. The Chief Minister said that whatever happened...

Himachal Elections 2017: Candidates spent on an average of Rs 15.26 lakhs, 45 percent less than permissible limit

Shimla: In a recently concluded Himachal Elections 2017 winning candidates have spent on an average of Rs 15.26 lakhs each which is 45...