According to the Dehradun police, Das was discharged from AIIMS Delhi on Tuesday and was admitted to the Dehradun-based Doon Hospital on Tuesday night by an associate, who the police and hospital administration did not name.
Roughly 625 students of NIT-Uttarakhand will join the satellite campus by December 15 and stay there till the end of their programme. “Their degree, however, will be awarded by NIT-Uttarakhand,” Subrahmanyam clarified.
“About 61 per cent turnout was witnessed in the urban local body polls held in the year 2008, and in the polls held in the year 2013, the turnout increased to 65.56 per cent,” State Election Commissioner Chandra Shekhar Bhatt said.
GD Agarwal had undertaken similar fasts in 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012, and 2013, over the demands of an uninterrupted flow of the Ganga by banning the construction of hydropower projects on the river, and a ban on sand mining in the Ganga’s river-bed in Haridwar.
Shoaib was a B.Sc.(IT) student at Alpine Institute of Management and Technology, a private college in Dehradun, had joined the institute in 2016. J&K police officials said on Tuesday that Shoaib has joined militant ranks.
Rajnath Singh said, “A miracle happened in the past four and a half years. Earlier (four and a half years back), among the world’s top 10 economies, India was on the ninth number. It is now on the sixth number, and is approaching the fifth rank.”
Narendra Modi extended “a special request” to the investors to increase investments in agriculture and agribusiness. “An enhanced investment in this sector will enhance the earnings of farmers,” he said.