SPITI- Tourists Paradise

(Mohan Lal Relingpa) Surely, God live here, this is no place for men, once Rudyard Kipling remarked about SPITI. In winters, social life restricts to a limited circle and completely revolves around monasteries in Spiti. The villagers go from house to house drinking chhaang and spending the whole night in festivity, Men and...

Swachhatha prehri Diwas in Jagatsukh Manali

Swachhata Prehri Diwas under Total sanitation programme was kicked off from Jagatsukh village in Naggar Block of Distt., Kullu. It’s started by the SDM Manali Rajeshwar Goel. While addressing the gathering Goel disclosed that out of 40 panchayats in Naggar block, 39 panchayats are already declared ODF and one remaining panchayat of Malana will soon be brought under the...

Overseas Indian citizens can register themselves in electoral rolls

The Indian citizens who are staying abroad and absenting from their place of ordinary residence owing to employment, education or otherwise, and has not acquired citizenship of any other country and not included in the electoral roll, are entitled to have their name registered in the electoral roll of the constituency in which their place of residence in India...

State-level Himachal Day function at Thana Kalan in Una

State-level Himachal Day function on 15th April, 2011 will held at Thana Kalan, District Una. Chief Minister will preside over the function. Deputy Speaker, H.P. Vidhan Sabha Rikhi Ram Kaundal, Chief Parliamentary Secretary MPP & Power Satpal Singh Satti, and Virender Kanwar, Chief Parliamentary Secretary, PWD will also attend the function. At District-level, Tulsi Ram, Speaker, H.P. Vidhan Sabha...

Governor releases book on Census 2011

Governor Urmila Singh releases the book containing the Provisional Population Totals of Himachal Pradesh published by Directorate of Census Operation, Himachal Pradesh at Raj Bhawan today. The house listing and housing Census 2011 is the 15th Census of India, since 1872 which was held in two phases in Himachal Pradesh i.e. from 7th April to 22nd May, 2010 for...