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Uttarakhand: Police arrest 3 and recover fake Indian currency notes with a face value of Rs 4 lakh in Champawat today.

Uttarakhand: Champawat Police arrested a Pakistani-American woman in Noida yesterday. "Court has dismissed her bail appeal. She will be sent in judicial custody," said Lokeshwar Singh, Champawat Superintendent of Police. (27.02)

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A report on this has been sent to police headquarters. SSB sends a daily report to Union Home Ministry. Champawat District Magistrate also spoke to officials at the Embassy of India in Kathmandu: SP Champawat, Uttarakhand on encroachment on no man's land at India-Nepal border

Tree plantation was done by people of Nepal near pillar 811 in the no man's area. Yesterday a meeting was held with officials from Nepal, they have assured that the plants will be removed: Lokeshwar Singh, Champawat Superintendent of Police #Uttarakhand  (24.07.20)

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Uttarakhand: Tanakpur-Pithoragarh Highway closed due to landslide at some places in Champawat. Superintendent of Police Lokeshwar Singh says, "Due to incessant rain since y'day night, sliding is still happening at a point on the NH. Efforts are on to clear the the highway."

Police and officials of Special Operations Group recovered two leopard skins in Champawat today, which were being brought from Lohaghat. Two people have been arrested in connection with the case: Champawat Superintendent of Police. #Uttarakhand 

Uttarakhand: A Pakistani national was detained by police in Banbasa, Champawat while she was entering India from Nepal. Police say, "She had no passport or visa, she was unable to answer our questions during interrogation. Case registered." (13.7.19)

Uttarakhand: A mortar was disposed of by a bomb disposal team in Champawat. Naresh Chand, CO Champawat says, "On 1 March a mortar was brought to Banbasa police station by a man & Army was informed. A bomb disposal team was called from Lucknow which disposed the mortar today."

A Cooperative Bank guard shoots dead cashier and peon in Uttarakhand's Champawat, later arrested by Police.

Tiger strayed into a village in Uttarakhand's Champawat, triggered panic. Police and forest department officials at the spot for rescue.

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