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CM Dhami reversed the decision of Trivendra government, announced the dissolution of the Chardham Devasthanam Board


Dehradun. Today’s big news from Uttarakhand is that Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami on Tuesday overturned the decision of the Trivendra government on the Chardham Devasthanam Board. Taking a big decision, Dhami announced the dissolution of the Devasthanam Board. Chardham Devasthanam Management Board came into existence two years ago during the Trivendra government. There was pressure on the government due to opposition from the pilgrim priests, rights holders and making the Congress and Aam Aadmi Party boards an issue. In the year 2019, former Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat had decided to form the Chardham Devasthanam Board on the lines of Shrine Board. Despite the opposition of the pilgrim priests, the government passed a bill from the house and made an act. The pilgrimage priests and rights holders of the Chardham came down on the movement, but the Trivendra government stood firm on its decision.

51 temples including Chardham were involved
The government’s argument was that 51 temples including Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, Yamunotri Dham will come under the board, infrastructure development will be done for passenger facilities. Tirath Singh Rawat, who became the Chief Minister after the change of leadership in the state, had also talked about taking the decision of the Devasthanam Board according to the public sentiments, but during his tenure, the government could not move forward on the Devasthanam Board. Then after the change of leadership, Pushkar Singh Dhami, who became the Chief Minister, announced the formation of a high-level committee in view of the opposition of the pilgrimage priests.

The committee was constituted under the chairmanship of former MP Manohar Kant Dhyani. The pilgrim priests of the Chardham were also included in this committee. Now after examining the final report of the committee, the cabinet sub-committee also submitted its report to the government.

when what happened on the Devasthanam board

  • Uttarakhand Chardham Devasthanam Management Bill was approved on 27 November 2019.
  • On 5 December 2019, the Devasthanam Management Bill was passed by the House.
  • The Raj Bhavan approved the Devasthanam Bill on 14 January 2020.
  • Appointed Chief Executive Officer in Devasthanam Board on 24 February 2020.
  • Demonstration of pilgrimage priests in protest against Devasthanam Board from 24 February 2020
  • On 21 July 2020, the High Court ruled to dismiss the PIL filed by Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy.
  • On 15 August 2021, the CM announced to make Manohar Kant Dhyani the chairman of the high-level committee constituted on the Devasthanam Board.
  • On October 30, 2021, nine members from Chardham were nominated to the high-level committee.
  • On 25 October 2021, the high-level committee submitted the interim report to the government.
  • On 27 November 2021, the pilgrim priests took out a protest rally in Dehradun to protest against the dissolution of the board.
  • On 28 November 2021, the high-level committee submitted the final report to the Chief Minister.
  • On 29 October 2021, the Cabinet Sub-Committee examined the report and submitted the report to the Chief Minister.

If you are fond of applying lipstick, then be careful, it can make the lips poisonous

If you are fond of applying lipstick, then be careful, it can make the lips poisonous

Nowadays, women often like lipstick to enhance their beauty. Women wear different styles of lipstick nowadays. At the same time, it is often seen that even if women do not do any makeup, they definitely apply lipstick. Everyone likes to look stylish with lipstick. Women who are cautious about their looks, do new experiments in makeup.

Even though this makeup product enhances your beauty, but along it is also necessary to take some precautions. In such a situation, as much as lipstick adds to the beauty of your lips, on the contrary, it can prove to be very dangerous for your health. You may be surprised to know that there can be a layer of chemicals on your lips through lipstick.

In such a situation, chemicals are used in many lipsticks available in the markets, which can play with your health. If you are fond of applying lipstick, then always buy lipstick only after checking for a good brand. Never buy or use cheap lipstick because of it, today we will tell you how lipstick is dangerous for you.

Disadvantages of lipstick
When we eat something after applying lipstick, along with this food, the chemicals present in the lipstick also go into our bodies. These chemicals present in the lipstick can prove to be very harmful to the body.

  • If you use lipstick excessively, then know that the amount of lead, aluminum, cadmium, chromium, and magnesium present in it has been in your body, which can have a serious effect on the nervous system.
  • The aluminum present in lipstick can prove to be harmful to health in many ways.
  • Not only this, if the aluminum present in the lipstick reaches the stomach, it can lead to ulcers.
  • The element present in lipstick can also reduce the phosphate in your body.
  • Along with this, lead can reduce educational ability, memory, and IQ level in women due to excessive use of lipstick.
  • Irritation can increase due to the elements present in the lipstick entering the body.
  • Lipstick chromium may increase cancer risk

Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami said, proud to be associated with NCC


NCC is the nursery where future brave soldiers are prepared

Dehradun. On the occasion of National Cadet Corps Day, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami wished everyone a Happy NCC Day. He said that it is an honor to be associated with NCC. He said that whenever I go to such programs, I remember my childhood. I was a part of NCC in my childhood. I am the son of an ex-serviceman, so childhood was spent among soldiers. NCC has a proud history. Whenever and wherever needed NCC cadets have contributed. From disaster relief and rescue work to public awareness, he said.

NCC is the nursery where the brave soldiers of the future are prepared. NCC is preparing disciplined and responsible citizens. The government will extend full cooperation for its development and expansion. Additional Director General Major General PS Dahiya said that the spirit of service to the nation is full of enthusiasm among the youth of Uttarakhand. Here the army is not only a means of employment but also a tradition. That is why there is a lot of demand for NCC in educational institutions. Presently there are about 40 thousand NCC cadets in more than 550 educational institutions in 13 districts.

As per the instructions of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, for the expansion of NCC in the border areas, Uttarakhand has been allotted additional four thousand vacancies (Chamoli, Uttarkashi, Haldwani, and Pithoragarh). Apart from this, Uttarakhand has also got training simulators for shooting practice. CM also honored NCC cadets. During this, Brigadier SS Dadwal, Brigadier Ravindra Gurung, Brigadier NS Thakur, Brigadier VK Tomar, Col Raman Arora, Col JB Kshetri, Lt Col Rahul Chauhan, Lt Col LB Mall, Sameer Saxena, Harish Dabral, NK Uniyal, etc. were present.

All policemen in Uttarakhand will have Covid antigen test, DGP Ashok Kumar gave instructions


Dehradun. In Rishikesh, there has been a stir in the police department after seven police personnel engaged in VIP duty of President Ram Nath Kovind were found corona infected. DGP Ashok Kumar has given instructions to conduct a Covid antigen test of all the policemen of the state on Monday.

Corona cases have started coming up once again in Uttarakhand. Policemen deployed in the security of the President and personnel of 12 other departments were found positive. After which DGP Ashok Kumar says that corona tests will be conducted for all the police personnel of the state. DGP Ashok Kumar says that in view of Corona, everyone needs to be vigilant. Whatever guideline will be issued by the state government, it will be followed.

Let us tell you that DGP Ashok Kumar instructed all the district in-charges and branch/unit in-charges to conduct rapid antigen tests of all the police personnel appointed under them to prevent corona infection. So that better medical facilities can be provided to the personnel found positive. Along with this, to prevent the spread of infection to other personnel/family members and to detect corona-infected areas.

Infected dies in General BC Joshi Covid Hospital
A 70-year-old Covid-infected patient, a resident of Nainital, admitted to the General BC Joshi Covid Hospital in Kumaon, died. The patient was admitted to the hospital on November 15. According to Medical College Principal Dr. Arun Joshi, the situation was critical since the time of the patient’s admission. There was also pneumonia, respiratory and other problems. After about three months in the hospital, someone infected with Covid has died.

All the officers of FRI are completely healthy
Corona-infected IFS officers from states like Bihar, Jharkhand, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Gujarat, who have come for training at Indira Gandhi National Forest Academy, will be sent to their parent cadre states on Tuesday. On the instructions of District Magistrate Dr. R Rajesh Kumar, the team led by Health Department officials went to the academy on Sunday and examined the health of the corona-infected IFS officers. Academy’s Additional Director SK Awasthi said that at present all the officers are completely healthy and they do not have any kind of problem. Therefore, in view of their better health, the Health Department team has given permission to send all the officers to their native cadre states till 12 Tuesday. According to Additional Director SK Awasthi, all IFS officers will be sent to their parent cadre states on Tuesday.

Let us inform you that 48 IFS officers from all the states of the country had come for mid-term training at Indira Gandhi National Forest Academy. These officers were sent for training at IIM Lucknow and New Delhi. But when the corona test of the officers was done in New Delhi, 11 officers were found to be corona infected. Out of which three corona-infected officers were sent from New Delhi to their native cadre states. While eight officers were sent to Dehradun and quarantined in the academy.

PM Modi will lay the foundation stone and inaugurate schemes worth 30 thousand crores in Dehradun

PM Modi will lay the foundation stone and inaugurate schemes worth 30 thousand crores in Dehradun

Dehradun. Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami on Monday took stock of the preparations for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s proposed rally on December 4. The CM directed the officers of the district administration to complete all the arrangements in time. The Chief Minister said that on that day PM Modi will inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of schemes worth about 30 thousand crores. During this, Cabinet Minister Dr. Dhan Singh Rawat, BJP Organization General Secretary Ajay Kumar, State President Madan Kaushik, IG Intelligence Sanjay Gunjyal, District Magistrate Dr. R Rajesh Kumar, SSP Janmejay Khanduri, and officers of other departments were present.

Target to register the attendance of one lakh people
The goal of the BJP is to mobilize a crowd of about one lakh people from Haridwar, Dehradun, and its surrounding areas in the public meeting. The party has entrusted State General Secretary Kuldeep Kumar to Dehradun, Rajendra Bhandari to Haridwar, and Suresh Bhatt to Garhwal and its surrounding districts. State BJP President Madan Kaushik said that the party has set a target to register the attendance of one lakh people in the public meeting. According to this goal, the party’s district presidents, election coordinators, election in-charges, divisional presidents have been given responsibility. The State General Secretary of the party has started the meeting regarding the preparation and management of the public meeting.

CM Dhami said the overall development of Uttarakhand is our aim


Called upon everyone to be cooperative in the development journey of the state

Dehradun. Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami attended the Rising Uttarakhand program organized at Wedding Point on GMS Road late in the evening on Friday. While felicitating singer Jubin Nautiyal, the Chief Minister described him as the pride of the entire Uttarakhand. The Chief Minister also sang Bedu Pako Baramas folk song along with Zubin on the occasion.

In a dialogue program organized on the occasion, the Chief Minister said that he is working with his life for the welfare of the people of the state and for the overall development of the state. While discharging his duties as a chief servant, more than 400 announcements have been made by him in the interest of the state, and necessary funds have also been issued related to their implementation.

The Chief Minister said that Uttarakhand has now become a youth state after two decades of the establishment of the state. In the last two decades, continuous efforts have been made for the development of the state, whose effect is also visible on the ground. In these decades, experiments have been done on many aspects to make the basic structure of the development of the state. It is our endeavor to make people from different sections of the society and subject experts allies make a far-reaching plan for the all-around development of the state. For this, through the self-reliant Uttarakhand Bodhisattva thought series, it is our effort to make subject experts and enlightened people from different fields allies in determining the framework for the all-around development of the state. For this thought, a chain has been started.

Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami said that all of us will have to work together to make Uttarakhand a leading state in all fields by 2025. The roadmap for the future will be prepared to keep in mind whatever suggestions will be received from the dignitaries associated with various fields.

The Chief Minister said that with the guidance of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the cooperation of the Central Government, many such works have been done in the state, which earlier seemed impossible. In the last four and a half years, various projects worth more than one lakh crore rupees have been approved by the Central Government for the state. Many of these projects have been completed and work is going on on others. We used to dream of rail in the mountain. Modi Ji has made this dream come true. Today, the work on the Rishikesh-Karnprayag rail project and strategically and geographically important Tanakpur-Bageshwar rail project is progressing rapidly. Similarly, work is also being done on Char Dham All Weather Road, Bharat Mala Project at a fast pace. Char Dham Yatra is the lifeline for Uttarakhand and these projects will facilitate Char Dham Yatra, promote tourism, and bring revolutionary changes to our economy.

Expressing gratitude to the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Shri Yogi Adityanath for his cooperation in the disposal of assets between Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand, the Chief Minister said that for the last 21 years, talks were going on with Uttar Pradesh for sharing of assets, but the solution could not be reached. Was being But with strong willpower, in the Chief Minister level meeting, a point-by-point agreement was reached regarding the distribution of assets one by one.

He said that in this regard, in an important meeting held recently in Lucknow, it was decided to transfer the land of the bus stand of Uttar Pradesh Irrigation Department in Kichha to Uttarakhand within 15 days. Apart from this, it has also been decided to give the payment of the remaining bills of 90 crores of the forest department to Uttarakhand by the Uttar Pradesh government immediately.

Permission was given for tourism and water sports in Dhaura, Baigul, Nanak Sagar reservoir located in Udham Singh Nagar district. Water sports were also allowed in the Upper Ganges Canal. The Alaknanda Tourist Accommodation House at Haridwar will be inaugurated in December 2021 and the former Tourist Accommodation House will be transferred to Uttarakhand. It was decided in the meeting that identification of 5700 hectares of Irrigation Department land and 1700 houses would be done soon after conducting a joint survey to assess the land and building required for the use of the Uttar Pradesh Irrigation Department. It was agreed between the two states that various cases pending in the courts would be withdrawn and the cases would be resolved by mutual consent.

Two barrages, the Banbasa barrage on the Indo-Nepal border and the Kichha barrage which are in dilapidated condition due to damage due to disaster, these barrages will be constructed by Uttar Pradesh Irrigation Department. Uttar Pradesh Transport Corporation agreed to pay Rs 205 crore to Uttarakhand Transport Corporation. The income and liabilities arising from the disposal of the assets of Uttar Pradesh Housing and Development Council located in Uttarakhand will be divided in the ratio of 50-50 percent between the two states. He described it as a big achievement for the state. Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami said that Gairsain is the center of all our feelings.

Every effort will be made for the development of the summer capital Gairsain. Our efforts are to connect the youth with self-employment and employment. The decision has been taken to appoint 24 thousand posts in the state, out of which the process of appointment has been started on 12 thousand posts. Many decisions have been taken in the interest of teachers, personnel as well as representatives of Panchayats. He said that after studying the report of the high-level committee constituted regarding the Devasthanam Board, the appropriate decision would be taken in this regard. He said that our effort is to make Uttarakhand the best place in the world.

MP Anil Baluni will attend these two big programs to be held in Uttarakhand as chief guest

MP Anil Baluni will attend these two big programs to be held in Uttarakhand as chief guest

Dehradun. Cabinet Minister Ganesh Joshi met Rajya Sabha MP Anil Baluni in New Delhi today. During this, Menjoshi also invited him to attend the Martyr Award ceremony to be held in Roorkee on December 2 as the chief guest. Cabinet Minister Ganesh Joshi requested MP Baluni to participate in the foundation stone laying of the Mussoorie Drinking Water Pumping Scheme to be built at a cost of 144 crores. He said that this scheme would prove to be a boon for the population of more than thirty thousand Mussoorie and Mussoorie would not face a drinking water crisis for the coming 20-25 years.

Ganesh Joshi told that the Bhoomi Pujan of this scheme has been done and soon MP Anil Baluni will lay the foundation stone of the scheme. Cabinet Minister Ganesh Joshi met Rajya Sabha MP Anil Baluni in New Delhi today on Thursday. Invited to be present as chief guest at the Martyr Award ceremony to be held in Roorkee.

Uttarakhand: Under the Chief Minister Vatsalya Yojana, 3 girl students got financial help for higher education


Today, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami handed over checks to three girl students of Women’s Institute of Technology, Dehradun at the Chief Minister’s residence under Mukhyamantri Vatsalya Yojana. The third-year student of Computer Science and Engineering, Miss Garima Sharma was given a check of Rs 1 lakh 70 thousand 950. A cheque of Rs 56,100 was given to Miss Alvina Khanum, a fourth-year student of Electrical Engineering. Fourth-year student of electrical engineering Miss Shipra Negi was given a check of Rs 27,500.

Under the Mukhyamantri Vatsalya Yojana, the fees are taken for the period from March 01, 2020, to March 31, 2022, of these girl students, have been returned by the Women’s Institute of Technology, Dehradun. In the future also, no fee will be charged to these students by the institute. Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami has launched Mukhyamantri Vatsalya Yojana on 2nd August 2021 for the children who lost their parents to Kovid-19.

Do not make these mistakes while taking care of feet in winter, there will be loss instead of profit

Do not make these mistakes while taking care of feet in winter, there will be loss instead of profit

It is very important to take extra care of the feet in winters because otherwise, the feet may have to face many problems including cracked heels. However, while taking care of the feet in winter, people inadvertently make some such mistakes which can become trouble for the feet. Let us tell you today about some such mistakes, which you should avoid.

wearing thick socks
In this season, many people wear thick clothes and socks to avoid the cold. You may also think that thick socks will protect your feet from the cold, but it is not. It is better to wear thin socks made of wool instead of wearing thick socks as they provide more warmth and make the feet feel more comfortable.

wearing wet shoes
Now it is the winter season, so during this time the shoes do not dry quickly and many times it happens that when they have to go somewhere early, people wear only lightly wet shoes and think that it will dry soon. However, do not make such a mistake as it can lead to a problem called trench foot, which can not only make you feel uncomfortable but can also lead to infection.

not applying moisturizer
During winter, people wear socks and shoes for a long time, so they stop applying moisturizer to the feet, but doing so is wrong. Whether you wear shoes or sandals this season, it doesn’t mean that you don’t take proper care of your feet. Therefore, apply moisturizer on your feet before wearing socks daily. This will keep the moisture in your feet and the problem of cracked heels will also go away.

wearing poorly fitting shoes
Whatever the weather, it is wrong to wear poorly fitting shoes. This is a season when you should wear shoes that are completely comfortable. Keep in mind that it is cold outside and if your footwear is not right then it will not only make you feel uncomfortable but can also cause many problems ranging from ulcers to pain in the feet.

The government increased subsidy amount in homestay scheme in the tourism sector

The government increased subsidy amount in homestay scheme in the tourism sector

Now instead of Rs 10 lakh subsidy will be given to Rs 15 lakh

Dehradun. In order to give further impetus to tourism getting back on track in Uttarakhand, the state government has taken several important decisions related to tourism on Tuesday. In the meeting of the state cabinet held under the leadership of Hon’ble Chief Minister Shri Pushkar Singh Dhami, it has been decided to increase the subsidy under the homestay scheme. Now under the homestay scheme, instead of Rs 10 lakh, a subsidy of Rs 15 lakh or 50 percent of the cost, whichever is higher, will be given. Apart from this, an important decision has been taken to get the development works to be done in Shri Badrinath Dham done through a single tender.

For the badly affected tourism industry during the Kovid epidemic, the state government has been continuously taking steps for the industry through various schemes. After assuming the post of Chief Minister, Shri Dhami has been continuously focusing on the development of the tourism sector. The focus of the state government is now on making the homestay scheme more attractive with the aim of providing employment opportunities in tourism. Apart from this, after accelerating the development of Kedarnath Dham, now the government is also emphasizing speeding up the development of Shri Badridham. The decision to get the development work done through a single tender taken in the cabinet will be helpful in this. After the permission of the master plan in Shri Badri Nath Dham, a compensation policy has been prescribed to give compensation to the affected.

According to the decision of the cabinet, it has been decided to increase the subsidy limit from Rs 10 lakh to Rs 15 lakh and a maximum of 50 percent whichever is less, to increase employment through the Deendayal Home Stay Scheme. Also, permission has been given to build homestays in leased land under the Home Stay Scheme. At the same time, the eco-tourism wing has been formed to develop eco-tourism places in Uttarakhand, so that the guidelines of the forest department can also be ensured.

Tourism Minister Satpal Maharaj said that the decisions taken in the cabinet meeting will accelerate the development of works in the tourism sector. Recently, Hon’ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who came to Shri Kedarnath Dham, had also appreciated the Deen Dayal Home Stay scheme of Uttarakhand. Along with this employment opportunities will also be created for the local people.

At the same time, Tourism Secretary Dilip Jawalkar said that the development work being done in Shri Badrinath Dham will provide facilities to the pilgrims of the country and abroad. The decisions taken in the cabinet meeting will give a boost to the state’s tourism along with speeding up the development works. Which will have a direct positive impact on the employment and revenue of the state.