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The CBI today arrested D W Negi, a former Superintendent of Police of Shimla, taking the number of arrests to nine in the sensational Kotkhai rape case that rocked Himachal Pradesh.
The NGT rapped the government and said it has failed to discharge its constitutional obligations and it was this failure that has exposed picturesque Shimla to natural and man-made disasters.
Uttarakhand Chief Minister today said his government was working towards improving health infrastructure in the hills and that doctors were being deployed in large numbers.
The BJP claimed that the tally of the incumbent Congress would be reduced to single digit in the 68-member House while the Congress and the BJP have 35 and 28 MLAs respectively.
Over 50 lakh voters from across the state were exercising their franchise in the single-phase poll that began at 8 a.m. and will continue till 5 p.m.
Bharatiya Janata Party chief ministerial candidate Prem Kumar Dhumal said that he is confident of the party's victory with majority, in the ongoing Himachal Pradesh Assembly election.
Congress chief ministerial candidate Virbhadra Singh on Thursday said that he is certain of the party winning with full majority in the ongoing Himachal Pradesh Assembly elections.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday urged the people of Himachal Pradesh to come out and vote in "record numbers" for the assembly election underway in the state.
Himachal Pradesh today recorded its highest polling in assembly elections with 74 per cent of voters exercising their franchise, the Election Commission said.
Staying in the Great Himalayan National Park alone, octogenarian Chatri Devi is determined to vote against demonetisation as her three banknotes are no good.
The 12-days high-voltage campaign saw over 450 rallies by star campaigners of the BJP and the Congress including PM Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah who addressed seven and six rallies respectively.
Mandi has the highest number of 671 visually challenged registered voters, and Lahaul and Spiti district the minimum 21 electors.
The police in Himachal Pradesh seized Rs 4.02 lakh on November 4, and again Rs 56.21 lakh on November 5.
The BJP is carpet-bombing the Kangra valley with rallies by top leaders, in an indication that it could again play a key role in deciding the winner of the November 9 Himachal Pradesh elections.
Adityanath alleged that Congress had ruined the nation and asked the people of Himachal Pradesh to oust it in the state polls.