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I found that Foxit Reader provides for specific pages /page ranges to be saved, but it doesn't work because no printers installed - need Microsoft Document Viewer /printer ...and Windows not letting me install it.

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You can use this in browser too.
Opera or Chrome both allow to Save as pdf when you click on Print option.
Select page range by selecting page no. 3-5 or 7 only in 10xx pages file.
This is much easier in chrome or opera browser.
I have no ms office.
But I have a normal laser printer.
But I prefer to print to PDF first option. This saves from un-necessary printouts.
 
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HC: Remove illegal shops from Triund

The Kangra DC told to inspect the area and file a status report
Posted at: May 29, 2019, 7:54 AM
Last updated: May 29, 2019, 7:54 AM (IST)

Legal Correspondent

Shimla, May 28

Taking a tough stand on encroachments on the forestland in Triund near Dharamsala, the High Court on Tuesday directed the Deputy Commissioner, Kangra, to inspect the area and file a status report.

Passing the order, a Division Bench comprising Acting Chief Justice Dharam Chand Chaudhary and Justice Vivek Singh Thakur directed the Deputy Commissioner to take immediate steps for removing the forest encroachments.

The High Court passed the order on a petition filed by Naresh Kumar, alleging that some people had constructed guest houses and shops illegally on forestland.

After hearing the matter, the High Court directed the local authorities to take strict action against the violators and file the report by June 24.








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Monday, October 07, 2019

Himachal

Illegal structures razed at Triund

Posted at: Oct 7, 2019, 7:23 AM
Last updated: Oct 7, 2019, 7:23 AM (IST)


Lalit Mohan

Tribune News Service

Dharamsala, October 6

Following the orders of the High Court, the Forest Department has demolished most of the temporary shops on the trek leading to Triund and on the summit.

DFO, Dharamsala, Sanjeev Kumar, when contacted on the phone, said about 19 shops on the trek and four on the summit had been demolished. He said after the court orders, land on the Triund summit was demarcated by revenue officials. It was found after demarcation that most of the shops were located on forest lands. On its basis, the demolitions had been carried out.

The HC had ordered the Deputy Commissioner, Kangra, to file a status report regarding encroachments on the Triund summit and trek.

Triund summit attracts a large number of tourists to Dharamsala throughout the years. Located at a height of 2,850 metres from the sea level, Triund is a grassland which is famous among the trekkers the world over. However, it is fast getting converted into a waste dump and a virtual slum of temporary structures raised by certain influential people to accommodate tourists.

Earlier, there used to be just one forest rest house at the summit. Tourists had to take permission from department officials to stay there. However, now hundreds of tourists stay at the summit in illegal temporary constructions. Since there were no toilets or other facilities, the summit was getting converted into a waste dump.

Interestingly, some pucca guest houses have come up close to the summit despite the fact that most of it was on the reserved forest area. Hackles were raised when a local last year had got registered land in his name at the Triund summit. Enquiries revealed that the revenue record had been tampered with to register forest land in the name of the person.

Forest officials said there might be more land around the summit illegally transferred in revenue papers in the name of individuals.

Popular among trekkers

Triund summit attracts a large number of tourists to Dharamsala. Located at a height of 2,850 metres, Triund is a grassland which is famous among the trekkers the world over. However, it is fast getting converted into a waste dump and a virtual slum of temporary structures raised by certain influential people to accommodate tourists.


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Monday, October 07, 2019

Himachal


Trans-Giri area cut off as road caves in

Commuters from Shimla to Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh forced to take longer route
Posted at: Oct 7, 2019, 7:23 AM
Last updated: Oct 7, 2019, 7:23 AM (IST)
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People cross the Giri on foot after the Paonta Sahib-Shillai-Hatkoti NH caved in near Sataun bridge.

Tribune News Service

Solan,October 6

A major part of the trans-Giri area in Sirmaur district was cut off as about 200-metre portion of the Paonta Sahib-Shillai-Hatkoti National Highway caved in near Sataun bridge around 11 am today.

The road is used by commuters travelling from Kupvi, Nerwa and Chopal of Shimla to Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand. The commuters were compelled to either travel through the Giri river from Sataun or use a detour from Shillai, which was very far. It created hardships for the people as it was a busy road used by hundreds of commuters from the trans-Giri area to reach the other areas of the district.

Local residents said the road had caved in earlier too in 2002 and remained closed for several days. Arterial roads like Sarra-Malgi road were being used to commute to Sataun and Paonta Sahib which were at least 15-km longer.

PWD officials were taking stock of the situation. Deputy Commissioner Dr RK Pruthi said efforts were afoot to open the road for smaller vehicles initially.

The DC added that a team of officials from the PWD, district administration and other departments would visit the site tomorrow. As per initial estimates, it would take a week to restore the road which had suffered immense damage.

‘Repair in 7 days’

Efforts are on to open the road for smaller vehicles initially. A team of officials from the PWD, district administration and other departments will visit the site on Monday to take stock of the situation and it may take up to a week to repair the damage. —Dr RK Pruthi, Deputy Commissioner




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You can use this in browser too.
Opera or Chrome both allow to Save as pdf when you click on Print option.
Select page range by selecting page no. 3-5 or 7 only in 10xx pages file.
This is much easier in chrome or opera browser.
I have no ms office.
But I have a normal laser printer.
But I prefer to print to PDF first option. This saves from un-necessary printouts.
Selected pages as Split File of many pages !

This is current page of this thread only :
Page No. 2-3 selected as Custom in Opera Browser.
Save as PDF option can also be seen

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Firefox...i have the Foxit plug-in for PDF, it probably also does it but I suppose it also depends on print output, will get that printer problem with it too.
 

adsatinder

explorer
In Win 10 there is No Print to PDF option.
But in Win 10 it is there in Firefox.
I have not installed MS Office here.
No Printer can also be seen here.

My Firefox Browser in Win 10:

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Selection of Pages by Number is there.

1.
All
it will print all pages

2.
Pages

It will print selected page / pages only.
 
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चूड़धार की राह हुई आसान, अब जंगल में नहीं भटकेंगे श्रद्धालु
पुलिस ने वन विभाग व चूड़ेश्वर मंदिर कमेटी के सहयोग से लगाए साइन बोर्ड


Update: Sunday, October 6, 2019 @ 1:16 PM

चूड़धार की राह हुई आसान, अब जंगल में नहीं भटकेंगे श्रद्धालु



नाहन। चूड़धार के जंगलों में रास्ता भटकने के कई मामले सामने आने के बाद अब तीर्थ जाने वाले श्रद्धालुओं के लिए राहत वाली खबर है। अब साइन बोर्ड श्रद्धालुओं के लिए मार्गदर्शक बनेंगे। इसके लिए पुलिस महकमे की ओर से नौहराधार से चूड़धार तक के रास्ते में जगह-जगह साइन बोर्ड लगाने का कार्य शुरू कर दिया है। पहले चरण में करीब 40 साइन बोर्ड रास्ते पर जगह-जगह लगाए जाएंगे।

एसपी सिरमौर के निर्देशों के बाद पुलिस विभाग, तहसीलदार नौहरा, चूड़ेश्वर सेवा समिति और वन विभाग के अधिकारियों की बैठक में निर्णय लिया गया था कि नौहराधार से चूड़धार महादेव मंदिर तक जंगल में चिन्हित स्थानों पर यात्रियों की सुविधा के लिए साइन बोर्ड लगाए जाएं। इसके लिए चूड़ेश्वर मंदिर कमेटी और वन विभाग के सहयोग से 40 साइन बोर्ड तैयार किए गए हैं। ये साइन बोर्ड अब यात्रियों के लिऐ काफी हद तक मददगार साबित होंगे।

बता दें कि चूड़धार की यात्रा पर जाने वाले कई श्रद्धालु रास्ता भटककर जंगल की ओर चले जाते हैं, जिससे वे कई बार हादसे का भी शिकार हो जाते हैं। पिछले दिनों शिमला जिले की श्रुति नामक बच्ची भी लापता हो गई थी। कुछ महीनों के बाद उसका शव मिला था। जबकि, इस वर्ष भी रास्ता भटक जाने से छह सैलानी जंगल की ओर चले गए थे। एक लड़का और एक लड़की को तो हेलीकॉप्टर के माध्यम से रेस्क्यू करना पड़ा। हादसों से बचने के लिए शुरू किये गए इस कार्य की प्रशंसा की जा रही है।


चूड़धार की राह हुई आसान, अब जंगल में नहीं भटकेंगे श्रद्धालु
 
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