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EXCLUSIVE Interview | Is Snow-laden Himachal Poll Ready?

Conducting elections in hilly areas with unpredictable weather is never easy. With just a day to go before elections, the temperature dipped owing to snowfall and rain in different parts of Himachal. It has also made certain areas inaccessible. The higher reaches of Himachal Pradesh are wrapped in snow while the lower hills were lashed …

INTERVIEW | Report from Election Control Room in Shimla Ahead Of Polling Day

A control room-cum-complaint cell has been set up at the Chief Electoral Office to ensure fair and inducement free elections in the Himachal Pradesh. The New Indian‘s Urvashi Khona speaks with Narendra Kumar , Manager IT Chief Electoral Office HP on the poll preparedness ahead of Assembly polls in Himachal.

Congress Will Work On Virbhadra Model Of Development, Says Son Vikramaditya Singh

In an exclusive interview with The New Indian, Vikramaditya Singh, son of former chief minister late Virbhadra Singh, spoke at length about the legacy of his late father, a Congress stalwart.

Chandigarh Univ Video Leak Case: Himachal Police Nab Key Accused

Hours after the Chandigarh University video leaked matter came to the fore, Himachal Pradesh police nabbed the main accused, Sunny, from near his house in Rohuru, Shimla.

Himachal Teacher’s Plaint Forces Rashtrapati Bhawan Action Against Nudity

SHIMLA: Following a complaint by a teacher from Hamirpur district in Himachal Pradesh, the Rashtrapati Bhawan has asked the Union Information and Broadcasting Ministry to launch a crackdown to check nudity on social media. Vijay Heer had sent a petition complaint to the Rashtrapati Bhawan, which took it seriously and forwarded it for action to …

416 Roads Remain Snapped In Himachal 6 Days After Snow

SHIMLA: Six days after the mid and higher reaches of Himachal Pradesh experienced one of the heaviest snowfalls in recent years, residents of affected areas continue to face hardships, especially in terms of connectivity. This is despite the state government asking the locals administrations to work on war-footing to restore normalcy. As many as 416 …

Ahead Of Modi Rally, Himachal May Lose Rs 2,000-Crore Investments

SHIMLA: Even as the state prepares for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Mandi district for the laying of foundation stones for various investments that are coming to the state, there are strong rumours that the state may just lose investments to the tune of Rs 2,000 crore promised to the Himachal Pradesh government. There …