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  • Bhopal: Khatik denies being lowest income MLA, She is lying, says ADR

    BJP MLA from Hatta, Umadevi Khatik denied the report of Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) in which she was declared as MLA with second lowest income in the country. ADR responded saying that either she is lying now or else she submitted a false affidavit in the election commission. ADR and Election Watch had released…

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  • Bhopal: Mob lynching cases to be treated as crime in Madhya Pradesh

    Mob lynching incidents will be treated as crime in Madhya Pradesh under the Indian Penal Code, and to ensure law and order, the police have begun to patrol the sensitive areas. The decision to treat mob lynching as crime came after the Supreme Court issued directions in the case of Tahseen S Poonawala against the…

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  • Bhopal: Government orders removal of tiles with pictures of PM, CM

    The state government has back stepped and ordered removal of tiles carrying images of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan from the houses built under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY). The order comes following a public interest litigation (PIL) filed in Gwalior bench of High Court. The court has given three-month…

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  • Bhopal: Bureaucrats are biggest hurdle in resolving women issues, believes NCW chief

    Bureaucrats create hurdles in issues related to funds and especially when the matter is relates to women, maintains none other than the Chairperson of National Commission for Women (NCW), Rekha Sharma. Sharma was on two day official visit to state capital to see the status of implementation of schemes of central government. She met officials…

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  • Indore: Swarna Sena protests against SC, ST Act outside Tai’s house

    Protest against recent amendments in Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act continued in city on Wednesday as large number of people staged protest outside house of Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan under banner of Swarna Sena. The group of protesters also clashed with police outside the house of Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra…

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    Power Project: BMC’s waste-to-energy plant at Dadar stalled

    Mumbai: The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC)’s plans to set up a waste-to-energy plant at Dadar has been kept on hold. Supposedly, the talks broke due to the reluctance of its own department to provide land for the project. According to civic officials, the environment department of BMC had planned to set up a waste-to-energy plant…

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  • Indore: Government approves rail line to connect Indore, Budhni

    Ahead of the State assembly and Lok Sabha elections, the Centre on Wednesday announced to connect Indore and Jabalpur through a new railway line. It is an old proposal announced in railway budget in 2016. Survey was completed in March this year. The proposed line will start from Manglia in Indore to Budhni. From Budhni,…

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  • Mumbai: Former hotelier hangs self at Malvani home

    Mumbai: A 45-year-old former small-time hotelier hanged himself at his Jankalyan residence in Malvani early on Wednesday. The deceased has been identified as Karunakar Shetty. He was alone in the house at the time of the incident and his body was recovered by the neighbours later in the day. Malvani police have registered an accidental…

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  • Indore: Government to bear treatment cost of chemical attack victim

    The state government has decided to bear treatment cost of the girl, who suffered severe damage to her eyes when chemical substance was thrown at her by the accused. She is currently undergoing treatment in Sri Aurobindo Institute of Medical Science (SAIMS). MLA Sudarshan Gupta and collector Nishant Warwade met the victim and her family…

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    Mumbai: IndiGo flight suffers tyre burst, all passengers safe

    Mumbai: One of the two nose-wheel tyres of a Mumbai-Ahmedabad IndiGo flight burst during takeoff from Mumbai airport on Wednesday evening. The flight landed safely at Ahmedabad airport at 7.21pm, with 185 passengers on board. The pilots asked for an emergency landing at Ahmedabad airport, after which it was stuck on the runway for a…

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  • Indore: Inter-state gang member involved in Rs 10 lakh robbery arrested

    City crime branch police on Wednesday arrested a man from Ahmadabad who was associated with an inter-state gang of robbers. The accused told police about three robbery incidents including Rs 10 lakh heist committed at AU Small Finance Bank in the city two months ago. His role was to do recce and inform about possible…

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