Kerala State Lottery Department has announced the result of the Nirmal NR 267 lucky draw at Thiruvananthapuram’s Gorky Bhavan today at 3 pm. The winner of the first prize will get Rs 70 lakh. The second and third prize winner will get Rs 10 lakh and Rs 1 lakh respectively.
You can check the result by clicking on the official website of the Kerala State Lottery Department- www.keralalotteryresult.net Apart from these, the results are also published in the Kerala Government Gazette.
Check the Nirmal NR 267 lottery results
The winner of the first prize (Rs 70 lakh) is NV 441931
The winner of the second prize (Rs 10 lakh) is NX 246448
The winners of the third prize (Rs 1 lakh) are NN 633028 NO 803574 NP 269954 NR 918678 NS 239092 NT 409045 NU 115477 NV 424115 NW 715172 NX 182979 NY 336433 NZ 684481
The winners of the consolation prize (Rs 8,000) are NN 441931 NO 441931 NP 441931 NR 441931 NS 441931 NT 441931 NU 441931 NW 441931 NX 441931 NY 441931 NZ 441931
FOR THE TICKETS ENDING WITH THE FOLLOWING NUMBERS
The winners of the fourth prize (Rs 5,000) are 8843 4228 3418 1223 7220 9595 4739 0338 0383 9175 4607 2071 9494 1312 2038 0166 5827 4233
The winners of the fifth prize (Rs 1,000) are 9950 0226 4733 2093 3045 6572 1825 0919 9466 7778 0846 3929 4844 2567 6301 4507 8404 6499 6750 6955 0633 4202 8117 7139 1745 6040 2395 2477 3703 2816 8320 5494 6530 9636 9362 5253
The winners of the sixth prize (Rs 500) are 2252 3558 6953 6760 9325 5045 3903 7122 7523 6573 2636 7090 9863 8351 4250 4320 0262 6822 2374 8096 1131 2039 8458 2359 1546 7399 6077 9012 7343 0849 0183 5560 4168 8532 6100 1438 9246 2575 2357 3905 1022 0428 5587 9854 7571 0554 9620 0328 3268 1381 8206 0009 2371 6216 5983 0370 3970 2999 7263 0171 1310 5695 2271 9364 5154 3206 4430 1733 5277 6389 8626 3282 9129 2325 9965 6697 3940 3790 0049
The winners of the seventh prize (Rs 100) are 0017 0043 0129 0135 0236 0657 0799 0968 1003 1353 1499 1551 1792 2033 2115 2293 2417 2540 2603 2639 2644 2713 2883 3037 3067 3237 3241 3249 3267 3325 3539 3591 3774 3826 3871 3873 3882 3883 3987 4100 4121 4124 4164 4225 4242 4314 4319 4404 4425 4652 4795 4967 5132 5177 5231 5385 5402 5420 5460 5503 5513 5541 5555 5635 5807 5927 5944 6109 6229 6321 6500 6544 6590 6749 6807 6829 6926 7004 7037 7058 7156 7228 7308 7323 7382 7626 7632 7672 7694 7773 7829 8015 8088 8223 8256 8269 8278 8314 8317 8371 8515 8517 8522 8599 8668 8683 8727 8742 8928 8931 8999 9074 9137 9179 9634 9731 9803 9812 9815 9820 9849 9898
The prize winners are advised to verify the winning numbers with the results published in the Kerala Government Gazette and surrender the winning tickets within 30 days.
Next Nirmal Lottery
The next Nirmal Draw will be held on March 18 at Gorky Bhavan, Near Bakery Junction, Thiruvananthapuram.
Interested candidates can participate in the lottery by purchasing the tickets, which are priced at Rs 40 from any Taluk lottery office in the state. Notably, Kerala has three lottery offices in Punalur (Kollam district), Kattappana (Idukki district), and Thamarassery (Kozhikode district).
Delhi Arbitration and Conciliation Council, WICCI holds their first meeting, aims to work for benefit of women empowerment
Delhi Arbitration and Conciliation Council members will also recommend government and other institutions on various policy making.
The Delhi Arbitration and Conciliation Council, WICCI President Vinita Sahay and Vice President Sandhya Kohli on Tuesday conducted the council’s first physical meeting at Jangpura Extension, New Delhi. Along with the President and Vice President, all 36 Council members took part in the meeting.
As per sources, the major objective of the council members is to spread a robust council who will work for the Council and for the benefit of women empowerment with the spirit of sisterhood.
The vision of the council members is to interact with other councils who are registered with Women’s Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (WICCI) nationally and internationally with an effort to inform them that Delhi Arbitration and Conciliation Council, WICCI is a team of experienced and dedicated arbitrators, who will keep in view the spirit of the amended Arbitration and Conciliation Act 2016.
Furthermore, the Delhi Arbitration and Conciliation Council members will also recommend government and other institutions on various policy making. Sources stated that the first meeting was a great success and deliberations were carried out with all council members present in the meeting.
In the Delhi Arbitration and Conciliation Council’s meeting, the council members discussed how to achieve the aforesaid objectives, conduct monthly meetings of council to review action plan, organise webinars and seminars for the awareness of women and further focus on women empowerment by the council of Arbitration and Conciliation initiated in 2023.
Women’s Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (WICCI) is a National Business Chamber for Women that strengthens and builds women’s entrepreneurship and businesses through greater engagement with government, institutions, global trade and networks.
Women’s Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (WICCI) also enables fundamental changes in governmental policies, laws and incentives with a view to robustly encourage and empower women in business, industry and commerce across all sectors.
New Delhi: Burglars rob jewellery worth Rs 25 crore from shop in Bhogal
According to Rajesh Deo, deputy commissioner of police, south Delhi, the total value of ornaments was nearly Rs 20 to 25 crores which was looted from Umrao Singh Jewellery shop in Jangpura’s Bhogal area. The robbery took place on Monday (Sep 25).
Gold and Diamond jewellery worth Rs 25 crore was roobed from a jewellery shop in southeast Delhi. The burglars bore a hole in the shop’s wall to access it in the night between September 25 and 26. The police said the incident was discovered and then reported. The shop owner said he had kept the shop shut on Monday. He found out about the robbery on Tuesday morning.
According to Rajesh Deo, deputy commissioner of police, south Delhi, the total value of ornaments was nearly Rs 20 to 25 crores which was looted from Umrao Singh Jewellery shop in Jangpura’s Bhogal area. The robbery took place on Monday (Sep 25). The robbers reached the strong room that has lockers of the jewellery shop. They created a hole in the wall near it.
The robbers took with them all the diamond and gold ornaments with them. They left behind the ornaments made of silver. The Nizamuddin police reached the place of robbery on Tuesday morning. The theft was discovered afterwards. The police are investigating the case. They are scanning the CCTV cameras installed in the showroom to find clues to the crime.
The owner of Umrao Singh Jewellery shop became suspicious when he saw the name panel of the shop broken. When he opened the shop’s shutter he discovered all the gold and diamond jewellery was missing. On further investigation he found all the alarm and security systems in the shop were disabled. As a result the alarm did not go off when the robbers robbed the shop.
In a similar incident silver and gold ornaments worth Rs 25 lakh were looted from a jewellery shop in Odisha’s Sambalpur. The incident took place on Sunday. 5 robbers entered the shop located Maneswar area in Sadar Police station area. The ornaments were looted at gunpoint.
Cauvery water dispute: Karnataka government is not against protest, but opposition should refrain from gaining political mileage, says CM Siddaramaiah
CM Siddaramaiah further underlined that they all must work for the people of Karnataka and not for self-political gains.
Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Tuesday asserted that his government does not oppose any protest, though there is a Supreme Court verdict against it. He added that the opposition should refrain from gaining political mileage, stating that there are few people and parties who are making the Cauvery issue political.
CM Siddaramaiah further underlined that they all must work for the people of Karnataka and not for self-political gains. Reportedly, there has been an escalating conflict between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu after the Cauvery Water Mangaement Authority (CWMA) issued an order asking Karnataka to release 5000 cusecs of water to Tamil Nadu for 15 days.
The pro-Kannada outfits, political groups and farmers associations called for a strike to protest against the release of Cauvery water to Tamil nadu. Speaking about the strike, the Bengaluru police stated that there is no permission for any bandh, protest or demonstration in the city. The police announced Section 144, a prohibition of assembling more than five people in the city.
On Monday, JDS supremo and former PM Devegowda wrote an open letter to PM Narendra Modi, seeking his intervention into the cauvery dispute. CM Siddaramaiah openly welcomed former PM Devegowda’s step. In his letter, JDS supremo asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to interfere in resolving the ongoing disputes and differences between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.
In addition, he also suggested to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to form an external agency who can bring forth a permanent solution to the Cauvery water sharing dispute between both the states. Today, a 12 hour Bandh was called upon by the Farmer’s Organisation in Bengaluru, with support from opposition parties. As far as reports are concerned, another statewide bandh has also been issued for 29th of September.
While Karnataka Jala Samrakhshan Samiti, an umbrella outfit of farmers’ association and opposition parties in Karnataka are holding protests in the state regarding the Cauvery water sharing dispute, farmers in Tamil Nadu also took the street to protest on the same and demanded for the release of Cauvery water to the state from Karnataka.