Naveen Dhiman Mla Bibliography

Swaroop inaugurates Nalwar fair
Sundernagar, March 22
The week-long state-level Nalwar fair started here today with the puja of a pair of bullocks. State chief secretary Asha Swaroop was the chief guest on the occasion. While addressing gathering at the Jawahar Park after hoisting the flag she declared open the centuries-old fair where animals not only from the state but also from various adjoining states are brought for sale or exchange.
Chief Secretary Asha Swaroop performs bullock puja at the inaugural ceremony of the week-long state-level Nalwar fair in Sundernagar on Sunday. Photo: Mahesh Chander Sharma

World Water Day
Cleanliness drive on Sarwari banks
Kullu, March 22
Kullu district witnessed a unique feature on the World Water Day today with the Himalayan Environment Protection Society, an NGO, organising cleaning of the Sarwari river, one of the main tributaries of the Beas river, flowing through Kullu town.

Transmission line threat to environment
Sundernagar, March 22
The 174-km transmission line of 192-MW AD Hydro Project from Prini to Nalagarh would be an environmental hazard as thousands of green trees would be felled in violation to the Himachal Pradesh High Court order.

Transmission lines passing through the forest area near Sundernagar in violation of environment norms. Photo by writer

Octogenarian beaten up at old-age home
Baijnath, March 22
After the rape of deaf and dumb girls at a Totu-based institution by teachers and principal of the same institution, there was yet another incident at Baijnath in Kangra district.

Employees of Red Cross societies form union
Mandi, March 22
Supported by the state RTI Bureau, Mandi, employees of the Red Cross societies coming from six different districts today formed the Red Cross Employees Welfare Union here and demanded regularisation of services and increase in their salaries as per provisions of the Minimum Wages Act.

Programme on protection of plant varieties
Palampur, March 22
CSK HP Agricultural University organised an awareness programme on Protection of Plant Varieties and Farmers’ Rights Act, 2001, here today. The programme was organised in collaboration with the Protection of Plant Varieties and Farmers’ Right Authority, Union Ministry of Agriculture.

Resentment among JEs over promotion
Kangra, March 22
Resentment prevails among junior engineers (JEs) of the Irrigation and Public Health (IPH) Department over the failure of the state government to grant promotion to them for a long time leaving them in a lurch.

Office-bearers of BJP’s SC morcha
Shimla, March 22
Chairman of the BJP Scheduled Castes Morcha Balbir Bagga has appointed in charges and co-in charges for the four parliamentary constituencies of the state. Roop Das Kashyap and Suresh Kashyap will be the in charge and co-in charge, respectively, for the Shimla seat, Desh Raj and Ganga Rma Teja for Kangra, Dile Ram and Kishori Lal for Mandi and Balbir Chaudhary and NR Shama for Hamirpur.

Villagers raze freedom fighter’s house
Mandi, March 22
Armed with the digging iron rods and big sickles more than 15 villagers, including ward member and other panchayat members, today started razing the house of a freedom fighter, late Padmanabh Sharma of Samkal village in which his daughter Lajja Sharma was staying alone after his death.

8 injured in bus mishap
Palampur, March 22
At least eight persons were injured, one of them seriously, when a private bus carrying 30 passengers met with an accident, near Kaloo Di Hatti, 2 km from here, last night.

Tension in village after woman’s death
Kangra, March 22
Tension gripped up in Haar village in Dehra subdivision of this district when a mob of relatives of a 30-year-old woman, who succumbed to her burn injuries in Tanda hospital today, attacked the house of her in-laws in the village and damaged the slate roof of the house and burnt some belongings outside the house.

Himalaya Bachao Rally on April 9
Shimla, March 22
The Himalaya Niti Abhiyan Samiti, a forum of non-governmental organisations, has decided to organise “Himalaya Bachao Rally” on April 9 at Bilaspur to put pressure on political parties to adopt a new environment-friendly and pro-people development model.

BJP: Won’t be allowed foothold
Shimla, March 22
The state unit of the BJP has termed the decision of the Congress high command to field Madan Lal from Hamirpur as an insult to the state leadership that had been opposed to his candidature.

Farmers to court arrest on April 12
Nurpur, March 22
The state Kisan Vikas Sabha, which has been agitating for lifting of ban on felling on private land, has offered for mass court arrests on April 12 against the apathy of the state government towards its pro farmers’ demand of lifting the ban on felling.

Trees felled illegally
Mandi, March 22
The Forest Department today detected a case of illicit felling in the Kakahan forest beat in Karsog division. Three deodar and two kail trees were reportedly cut down and timber worth Rs 2.39 lakh stolen from the spot by the forest mafias in the area around March 17.

Ex-servicemen’s body to enter poll fray
Hamirpur, March 22
The Ex-Servicemen Welfare Sangharsh Samiti (ESWSS) has decided to enter the electoral fray in the state. The organisation is considering to field candidates for all four Lok Sabha seats under the banner of the Rashtriya Raksha Dal.

Havildar dies in Pak firing
Nurpur, March 22
Havildar Sanjay Kumar (34), son of Uttam Chand of Bari Batran village in Nurpur subdivision, posted at the First Special Force of the Indian Army in Kupwara sector in Jammu and Kashmir was killed on Friday when the Pakistan army had resorted to heavy gunfire.

Army man killed
Hamirpur, March 22
Army para-commando Anil Kumar (29), posted in Kupwara district of Jammu and Kashmir, was killed in an encounter with terrorists last night.

Dhumal talks tough
Vows to probe scams, review ski project
Shimla, December 2
Taking a tough posture on the issue of corruption former Chief Minister P.K. Dhumal said today that the BJP would investigate all scams and scandals and review the controversial ski village project on coming to power.

CM: BJP has already accepted defeat
Palampur, December 2
Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh has said that BJP leaders have already accepted defeat and started talking about post-poll adjustments with certain independent candidates.

Dhumal equally confident
Palampur, December 2
Prem Kumar Dhumal, chief ministerial candidate of the BJP, said yesterday that the BJP would sweep the assembly elections and form a government.

CM confident of victory
Una, December 2
Dismissing the claim of the BJP, Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh said the Congress would form the government in the state after the Vidhan Sabha elections.

BSP to make it tough for Cong in Kangra
Kangra, December 2
The Kangra assembly constituency was facing a multi-cornered contest with the Congress, the BJP and the BSP as strong contenders for the seat but it was tough for the Congress because of the presence of the BSP.

HVP to back CPM in Shimla
Shimla, December 2
The Himachal Vikas Party will support the CPM candidate in the Shimla constituency and back selected candidates with a clean image in various other segments to help defeat the Congress and the BJP.

Rebels worry Cong, BJP
Hamirpur, December 2
With rebels from both the Congress and the BJP entering the fray by filing nominations for the Assembly election in Hamirpur district, the leaderships of both parties must be a worried lot.

Independents may spoil Cong, BJP party
Shimla, December 2
The presence of a large number of Independents, including rebels from the BJP and the Congress, could play a significant role and upset the calculations of the two main political parties engaged in the fight for power in the hill state.

Coordinators for Cong rallies
Shimla, December 2
The PCC chief Viplove Thakur has appointed senior party leaders as coordinators for organising rallies of national Congress president Sonia Gandhi to be held at various places.

Poll observers appointed
Nurpur, December 2
The election commission has appointed Jagdish Mohanti, a 1985-batch IAS officer (Rajasthan cadre), as election observer for the Nurpur and Gangath Assembly constituencies.

Nanda: EVMs to have Braille signs
Shimla, December 2
The EVMs to be used in the next Lok Sabha poll and the 2013 assembly elections would have Braille signs for the convenience of the visually impaired, chief electoral officer Manisha Nanda said here today.

Will Cong rebels step down?
Solan, December 2
Faced with insurgence in the Arki constituency, from where deputy speaker Dharam Pal Thakur has filed his nomination as an Independent candidate after being denied the party ticket, the going appears to be tough for the Congress official nominee Prakash Karad.

Charges against Cong a political propaganda: Pratibha Singh
Mandi, December 2
In a race to retain power in Shimla, the ruling Congress in the central Mandi-Kullu-Lahaul-Spiti region, which has 14 assembly segments, is countering the charges of corruption levelled by the rivals - the BJP and the BSP- against it at public meetings and press briefings by preaching its gospel of equal development of all regions and terming the charges as political propagandas to gain votes among voters.

BJP a house divided: Rathore
Shimla, December 2
General secretary of the Pradesh Congress Committee Kuldeep Singh Rathore has said the BJP is a house divided and its leaders are speaking in different voices.

Now free condoms at dhabas, petrol stations
Mandi, December 2
In their bid to spread awareness about the “hidden AIDS epidemic” among both the “high-risk groups” like truckers and sex workers and vulnerable sections like youth, the state and district AIDS control societies are distributing condoms free of cost through a chain of free condom depots placed at key petrol stations, dhabas and other popular toilets across the state under the guidelines of the National AIDS Control Organization (NACO).

‘Include lessons on AIDS in school syllabus’
Bilaspur, December 2
New born child can be saved from the dreaded infection HIV/AIDS if the infected mother is brought to deliver the baby in any district hospital where the child can be given proper treatment within 72 hours of his/her birth to protect the infant against the dreaded disease.


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