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2 Himachal IAS officers retired compulsorily : Himachal Live

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    2 Himachal IAS officers retired compulsorily : Himachal Live
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 17, 2010

      2 Himachal IAS officers retired compulsorily : Himachal Live


      2 Himachal IAS officers retired compulsorily

      Posted: 16 Jul 2010 03:06 PM PDT


      Shimla: The Himachal Pradesh government on Friday compulsorily retired two senior Indian Administrative Service officers due to their non performance in service. Desh Deepak (1983 batch) and Vijender Kumar (1987 batch) were forced to take premature retirement as per the government orders. Principal Secretary (Personnel) Ajay Mittal said there were several adverse reports against the [...]Related posts:Seven HAS officers transferred in Himachal Police officers...

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      53 new cases of diarrhea in Shimla

      Posted: 16 Jul 2010 12:47 PM PDT


      Shimla: There was no respite from diarrhea in Shimla as 53 new cases were reported from different part of the town today. Out of these, one was admitted at IGMC, Shimla, the rest, 52 cases were treated as outpatient cases. 37 were treated at Civil Dispensary Sanjauli, 9 at Rippon Hospital and 6 at IGMC. [...]Related posts:264 cases of Jaundice reported in Shimla Shimla faces acute drinking water crisis Woman dies of swine flu in Shimla

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      Restaurant chain Moti Mahal Deluxe opens outlet in Shimla

      Posted: 16 Jul 2010 12:30 PM PDT


      Shimla: Food lovers in Shimla have something to rejoice! The famous Indian food chain, Moti Mahal Deluxe opened it’s outlet today at the Bridge View hotel on The Mall. Ashim Gujaral, executive director of the chain said with the opening of Shimla outlet, the chain is now operating 75 restaurants in India and four abroad [...]Related posts:Gaiety Theatre in Shimla now open for visitors Himachal asks for a Fruit Processing Plant from Centre 264 cases of Jaundice...

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      Himachal to install 10 MW solar power stations by 2017

      Posted: 16 Jul 2010 07:00 AM PDT


      Shimla: Himachal Pradesh Power Corporation has fixed a target to install 10 MW solar power stations by the year 2017 in the State. The Himachal Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission keeping in view the central policy directive of mandatory solar power purchase obligations has come out with a regulation recently to start with 0.1 percent solar [...]Related posts:Symposium on electricity reforms and solar power generation in Shimla Himachal industry facing power...

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      Resident Commissioner’s office gutted in fire in Killar in Chamba

      Posted: 16 Jul 2010 06:32 AM PDT


      Chamba: In a devastating fire that broke out last night the office of Resident Commissioner, Killar at Pangi was completely destroyed. As per reports, offices of Education Department, Youth Services and Sports, Special Area Development Authority and a store of project officer, Integrated Tribal Development Project was also gutted in the fire. However, no loss [...]Related posts:Shops, houses gutted in fire at Chailla in Shimla district Roads blocked due to flash...

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      6 killed in two accidents in Himachal

      Posted: 16 Jul 2010 05:56 AM PDT


      Shimla: Six people were killed in two separate car accidents in Himachal today. In the first  accident 3 people were killed in Pooh in Kinnaur when a car fell into the Satluj last night. While 3 person died on the spot one person was saved and has been referred to IGMC Shimla. In a second [...]Related posts:5 killed in an accident in Amb Road accidents claim 5 lives in Himachal, 23 injured 2 killed in a car accident in Shimla district

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      Shrikhand Mahadev pilgrimage begins in Himachal

      Posted: 16 Jul 2010 03:33 AM PDT


      Shimla: The annual Shrikhand Mahadev pilgrimage took off officially in Shimla district with 2,000 devotees beginning the trek to pay obeisance to Lord Shiva. The first batch of pilgrims with more than 2,000 devotees began their steep trek to the Shrikhand Mahadev peak on Friday," an organiser of the Shrikhand Management Committee said. The Shrikhand [...]Related posts:Srikhand Mahadev Yatra Srikhand Mahadev Yatra – Part Two Himachal honors British ‘Mountain...

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      Himachal flowers to spread fragrance in Commonwealth Games

      Posted: 16 Jul 2010 03:08 AM PDT


      Shimla: Flowers from Himachal Pradesh will spread its fragrance during the Commonwealth Games in New Delhi as the state has got bulk orders to supply flowers, namelt roses, carnations and marigolds, during the event. Central PWD, Delhi has already placed orders worth Rs.30 crore with the state for supplying flowers during the Games. Himachal is [...]Related posts:Himachal seed potatoes in demand this year Cherry prices crash due to bumper crop in Himachal Anand...

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      Green tax on cards in Shimla

      Posted: 16 Jul 2010 12:39 AM PDT


      Shimla: Municipal Corporation Shimla is planning to impose green tax on vehicles entering the town bearing registration number of other states. Times of India has reported that Shimla Municipal Corporation has decided to again approach the BJP-ruled Himachal Pradesh government to seek its approval so that it could raise much-needed funds. Commissioner AN Sharma said [...]Related posts:Shimla faces acute drinking water crisis More high mast lights to be installed in...

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