02 Jan 2014
Dehradun: Uttarakhand Chief Minister Vijay Bahuguna will hold a 'Meet the People' programme at his official residence in Dehradun this Sunday to interact with them and understand their problems.
03 Feb 2014
Dehradun: With an eye on Lok Sabha polls, BJP on Monday appointed its senior leader Uma Bharti the election in-charge of the party for Uttarakhand.
25 Mar 2014
Dehradun: In a major relief for the Congress, Amrita Rawat, wife of senior leader Satpal Maharaj and a minister in the Uttarakhand government, has quashed rumours of resigning from the cabinet and the party. She claimed that the Congress-led Uttarakhand government has no imminent danger and will run smoothly.
08 Feb 2014
London: Prime Minister David Cameron visited flood-hit areas in Britain following criticism of his government's handling of a crisis that has left swathes of the country under water.
28 Feb 2014
London: Be it make-up or hair styling, women spend hours in front of the mirror to get it right without thinking about its impact on the environment.
25 Dec 2013
Dehradun: The upper age limit for direct recruitment in government jobs in Uttarakhand has been reduced from 40 to 35 years following an interim order of the state High Court.
30 Dec 2013
Dehradun: In a shocking revelation, it has come to light that ration meant for flood-hit people in Uttarakhand kept rotting in government godowns, while they are still crying for help. The villagers have also filed complaints that sacks full of foodgrains were thrown in the Gori river.
06 Feb 2014
New Delhi: In a U-turn on setting up of CNG selling stations, the Oil Ministry has said only those firms that are authorized by oil regulator can set up outlets to retail compressed natural gas (CNG) to automobiles.
19 Dec 2013
Dehradun: Asking minorities to be conscious of their rights, Uttarakhand Chief Minister Vijay Bahuguna said that it was partly the responsibility of the educated sections of these communities to ensure that the less privileged among them gets their due.
20 Nov 2013
Dehradun: Relaxing admission norms for children hit by the June natural calamity, the Uttarakhand government will give them admission in Rajiv Gandhi Navoday Vidyalayas without an entrance test while those orphaned in the tragedy will be given free education.