29-30.04.18 Uttarakhand (UKPCS) Current Affairs

UTTARAKHAND   Portals of Badrinath temple thrown open for devotees   The sacred portals of Badrinath temple in Chamoli were thrown open  amid chanting of Vedic hymns. The cry of ‘Jai Badri Vishal’ rented the air as the portals of the temple opened around 30 am.   With the opening of Badrinath, the annual pilgrimage to Char Dham … Read more

26.04.18 Uttarakhand (UKPCS) Current Affairs

UTTARAKHAND   WiFi facility on trekking routes   Around 126 trekking routes  will have WiFi network for the ease of tourists travelling to distant parts of the state. The Uttarakhand Information Technology Development Authority (UITDA) has prepared a plan to this effect.   Director, UITDA, Amit Sinha said all 126 trekking routes would be surveyed … Read more

24.04.18 Uttarakhand (UKPCS) Current Affairs

UTTARAKHAND   State seals letter of intent with bali   The Bali province of Indonesia and Uttarakhand will support each other in tourism, culture, e-governane, environment, health, human resource and capacity building. The Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat and Bali Governor I Made Mangku Pastika signed a five-point letter of intent to this effect. … Read more

21.04.18 Uttarakhand (UKPCS) Current Affairs

UTTARAKHAND   PM to felicitate 8 Uttarakhand panchayats   The ministry of Panchayati Raj (MoPR) has selected eight different levels of panchayats of Uttarakhand for Deen Dayal UpadhyayPanchayat Sashaktikaran Puraskar 2018 which will be given out on National Gram Panchayati Raj Diwas on Tuesday by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. The awards are based on assessment year 2015-16.   … Read more

20.04.18 Uttarakhand (UKPCS) Current Affairs

UTTARAKHAND   Climate change study in tribal belt of Uttarakhand and HP   A study on impact of climate change in five villages of Uttarakhand and three villages in Himachal Pradesh will be conducted by Mountain Forum Himalayas(MFH) made up of six NGOs each from the two states.   These villages are located at altitudes of 6,000 feet … Read more

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