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HP Guv urges people to refrain from drugs

Hamirpur (HP), Dec 7 (UNI) While congratulating the people of the Hamirpur district for observing Hamir Utsav, HP Governor, Bandaru Dattatraya urged them to work for making society drug free and educate others about the ill effects of the drugs.

The Governor said this on the concluding day of two days Hamir Utsav here on Saturday. He also went around the exhibition stalls put up on this occasion and evinced keen interest in the items kept there especially by the local artisans and farmers.

He said that it was a matter of pride that Hamirpur was known as the hub of educational activities and was a Veer Bhoomi and its jawans had done a lot for preserving the borders of the nation from intruders by sacrificing their lives from times to time.

The Governor said that such functions unite the people of different areas and keep the old traditions alive. He said that the time had come when 'Old is Gold' saying should be remembered for ever rather than adopting the new foreign based culture.
Deputy Commissioner-cum-Chairman of the organizing committee, Harikesh Meena honored the Governor with a cap, a shawl and a memento.
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MP CM condemns attack on scribe

06 Jul 2020 | 1:50 AM

Bhopal, July 5 (UNI) Describing the assault on a city-resident senior journalist as extremely unfortunate, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan averred on Sunday that persons perpetrating such offences shall not be spared.
“Those responsible have been arrested and law-enforcement authorities instructed to take uncompromising action as such incidents cannot be accepted in civilised society,” the senior leader was officially quoted as saying.

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Kill Corona drive going full steam ahead in MP

06 Jul 2020 | 1:16 AM

Bhopal, July 5 (UNI) Arrangements are underway for treatment of sufferers identified during a door-to-door survey under the ongoing Kill Corona campaign in Madhya Pradesh.
It is heartening that the general public is playing a supporting role along with officers and other employees associated with the crusade. As many as 1,776 teams in urban areas and 8,975 in rural ones are operational. Patients with symptoms of seasonal maladies are also being pinpointed. In excess of 11,000 samples were collected and a population of more than two crore covered, an official release said on Sunday.

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MP CM meets Food Minister

06 Jul 2020 | 12:35 AM

Bhopal, July 5 (UNI) Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan met Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution Minister Ramvilas Paswan at the latter’s New Delhi residence on Sunday and discussed quandaries pertaining to wheat procurement, bonus plus ration for transient labourers.
“In the previous fiscal, 73.70 lakh metric tonnes of wheat were procured from peasants of which 67.25 lakh MT were accepted in the central pool. I urge that the remainder be included in the pool soon, so that payment may be disbursed to cultivators. Regarding provisions for migrant workers, approximately 13 lakh returned to the state but of them 1.90 lakh have been unable to obtain provisions owing to non-availability of cards,” the visiting politician was officially quoted as saying.

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nCoV: 6 more recovered in Hamirpur; Total cured reaches 184

06 Jul 2020 | 12:16 AM

Hamirpur,HP, Jul 5 (UNI) With six more Covid-19 recoveries on Sunday, the total number of cured patients in the district has reached to 184.

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nCoV: 5 more test + ve in HP's Kangra, tally swells to 288

06 Jul 2020 | 12:06 AM

Dharamshala, July 5 (UNI) Five more tested positive for the lethal novel corona virus here, pushing the Kangra district caseload to 288 on Sunday. Seven more patients recovered today.

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