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Heavy rain throws life out of gear in Kumaon division

xperienced a tough time on Sunday as amid cold waves it rained heavily in different parts of the Kumaon division here on Sunday. Snowfall in high altitudes of the hill State as reported only added to the woes of the people living in these areas. New Delhi Pioneer, 2 days ago

Lightning strikes Nainital school, 15 kids injured

children of a primary school at Nainital's Koshykutoli tehsil received minor injuries when the electricity meter of the school building burst after being struck by lightning on Friday morning while they were in their classrooms along with their ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago
Indian Express

The lonely tiger of Motichur

A tiger at the Corbett tiger reserve, which is at the heart of the Uttarakhand success story (Source: Kanwar Deep Juneja) Against all odds, tiger numbers have almost doubled in Uttarakhand. But widening highways and new townships threaten the big ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago

Drizzling throws Haldwani out of gear

t rains coupled with snowy conditions in high altitude areas since Wednesday night have hit normal life in the region.The weather experts have not ruled out continuation of the prevailing atmospheric conditions in the northern Himalayan region for a ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

'Removing people's despair post disaster biggest achievement'

Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat today said the biggest achievement of his nearly one year in office has been alleviation of the acute sense of despair that gripped people of the state in the wake of 2013 Kedarnath disaster. "People were ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago
Outlook Traveller

Celebrating the winged beauties of Uttarakhand

The Uttarakhand Spring Bird Festival 2015 in Nainital, from Feb 4-8, 2015, aims to mobilise public support for bird conservation The second Uttarakhand Spring Bird Festival is being organized from February 4 - 8, 2015, to draw visitors for bird ...
 Outlook Traveller1 month ago Bird Festival in Uttarakhand from Feb 4  Business Standard India2 months ago
New Indian Express

The Pygmy Woodpeckers

Ever found yourself standing under a tree with a soft 'tok-tok-tok' sound emanating from above you? The soft knocking-like sound is often followed by a trickle of wood shavings falling on your head, which spoils your lovely hairstyle! I ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

123 Congress workers appointed in civic body and Nagar Panchayat

Year bonanza for Congress workers, Chief Minister Harish Rawat has appointed 123 party workers, including 21 women and 20 Muslims, as members in the Municipal Corporation, Municipality and Nagar Panchayat on Sunday. With this appointment, Rawat has ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

Temp plummets, traffic disrupted in Kumaon

ntinuing since Thursday night has resulted in a dip in the temperature. The hardships faced by the people were compounded as the power supply remained disrupted for over three hours on Friday afternoon. The weather worsened after a fortnight ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

Govt to sow 1 cr saplings under Mera Ped Mera Dhan scheme

orest Minister Dinesh Aggrawal has said that 207 forest employees, who have been working on contractual or daily basis, have been identified and now the department is all set to regularise them. In a bid to conserve the environment, the State ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 months ago
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