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The Hindu: Uttarakhand tenth anniversary bandh today

By Our Staff Correspondent 2 October 2004, The Hindu DEHRA DUN, OCT. 1. The Uttarakhand Sanyukt Sangharsh Morcha has called for a state-wide bandh on Saturday to mark the tenth anniversary of the Rampur Tiraha atrocities on Uttarakhand activists. The Uttarakhand Mahila Manch has decided…

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ANI: A march to promote wildlife conservation in Ramnagar

[ANI]: Ramnagar (Uttaranchal), Oct. 1: Children turned elephants and butterflies in a procession to promote wildlife conservation in Jim Corbett National Park, located in Ramnnagar. National Wildlife Week is celebrated every year in the first week of October to educate people about wildlife conservation. An…

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UNESCO: Reflections on Community Radio from the Hills of Uttaranchal

— Contributed by Sanjay Tewari “It has been an interesting journey into the world of Radio – to see how it speaks, what it does, how people can use it to put forth their views to raise new debates. I have learnt some fascinating lessons…

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IE: NGO to rate bureaucrats on corruption scale

Functioning, efficiency of govt depts also to be rated by the survey S.M.A. KAZMI Indian Express, September 9, 2004 DEHRA DUN, SEPTEMBER 8: A decision to rate the most corrupt bureaucrat of the state and also the performance of various state government departments by the…

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Letter to Environmental Protection Board re: Pala-Maneri Project

## Urgent Action ## Please write to the UEPPCB to voice your concerns over the brazen attempts to violate the Environmental Impact Assessment process. EIA/PP/UA/04-01 7th September, 2004 To Dr Vibha Puri Das, IAS, Chairman, Uttaranchal Environmental Protection and Pollution Control Board (UEPPCB), Uttaranchal Secretariat,…

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The Hindu (2004.9.5): Road-widening activity is triggering hazardous landslides in Uttarakhand

By Rakesh Agarwal The Hindu, September 5, 2004 …Most people the team spoke to, felt that the road widening exercise that aims to make this National Highway (NH) 58 a four-lane highway, is a dangerous game; and poses a threat to the fragile environment of…

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A new capital for Uttaranchal

Editorial by N K Pant, Sahara Time The ongoing agitation in the otherwise tranquil Himalayan highlands of Uttaranchal to get the seat of government transferred from Dehra Dun to the little known entity called Gairsain is a wake up call for the authorities that needs…

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Update on Udham Singh Nagar Land Usurpations

Rajiv Rawat, September 2004 I have recently received news about an old issue that was covered on the uttarakhand web site over 4 years ago. VB Rawat, an old colleague and human rights activist, just informed me that a supreme court judgement has ordered the…

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Deccan Herald (2004.8.31): Uttarakhand activist VC Tripathi dead

Deccan Herald, August 31, 2004 Mr Vipin Chandra Tripathi, a prominent activist of the Uttarakhand statehood movement of 1990s, died on Monday at his hometown Dwarahaat in Uttaranchal at the age of 56. A first-time sitting MLA from Dwarahaat in Almora district, Mr Tripathi experienced…

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Six missing; 36 washed away in flash floods

KHATIMA (UTTARANCHAL), AUG 26 (PTI): At least six persons were missing in flash floods in Kailashu and other rivers in Uttaranchal today even as 36 people who were feared to have been washed away escaped by clinging to trees. Kumaon Inspector General Vijay Raghav pant…

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