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    Indore: DCI mulling action against Dental Council of India

    Indore: (DCI), the apex body for dentistry in the country, is planning to act against various dental colleges including the only government dental college of state, Government College of Dentistry in Indore, for neglecting the mandatory norms requisite for maintaining transparency and monitoring education work in colleges. According to sources, action will be taken against…

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  • Indore: Despite MCI order MGM med college fails to maintain transparency, update portal

    Indore: Flying in the face of Medical Council of India (MCI) orders, Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College administration was found highly reluctant in maintaining transparency in admission process and even uploading the list of admitted students on its portal. More than eight months have passed since the apex medical regulatory body made it mandatory for…

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  • Indore: Crazy speed bumps, a tragedy or farce?

    Indore: According to established conscience, speed breakers are devices meant for slowing down vehicles by using vertical deflection and thus, prevent road accidents caused by over speeding. But, in a tragic irony, built without following the prescribed norms laid down by the Indian Road Congress, many are proving rather a death trap for the unsuspected…

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    Indore: Text Neck Syndrome Dark side of smartphone romance

    Indore: Smartphones and other hand held devices are indeed making our lives easier and simpler by enabling us get connected and stay updated; but as we know, every coin has two sides.  The darker side of being plugged with the electronic gadgets is a disease called Text Neck Syndrome, which is silently but swiftly increasing…

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  • Indore: Babus’ innovative excuses push RTI applicants to limit

    Indore: Information Commissioners (ICs) efforts to ensure adherence to Right to Information have hit a stumbling block in the form of ‘babus’ in government departments. In fact, the ‘babus’ as clerical staff is popularly known often play truant and desist from furnishing the exact information sought by an RTI applicant. As a result, RTI applications…

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  • Indore: Immortalise lost loved ones with green touch

    Indore: A social organisation has hit upon a novel green idea to keep memories of departed loved ones alive. They have launched a campaign Ansh Ropan to encourage people to immortalise loved ones by planting saplings with their mortal remains. Talking to Free Press, Kadam Sanstha’s city head Kamta Prasad Tiwari said,  “In Ansh Ropan,…

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  • Indore: This associate prof plants trees on people’s birthday, anniversaries to make it memorable

    Indore: You might have seen your social media handles full with the virtual campaigns run by many people to make the environment clean and green with the messages of save world from pollution, deforestation and global warming. But, least of them have truly done anything what they have been preaching. But this 36-year-old associate professor…

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  • Indore: Green is the colour of this writer’s heart

    Indore: Meet the young soldier, fighting a lone battle to paint this world green. Ankit Suresh Shukla has been running a campaign all by himself to spread greenery across the world, but nearly on the sly, much away from the media eye. Even, many who live with him or know him, are unaware of the…

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  • Indore: ‘We have to feel pain of trees for our future’

    Indore: “In our daily business, we don’t have time to think about the cost which we are paying for our own growth. We are cutting trees, ruining greenery and never think about the pain of the trees, which we have categorised as living beings,” Amita Parekh, head of Heal Project’s Indore chapter, said. On Thursday,…

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  • Virat will bounce back into form in Champions Trophy, says Kapil Dev

    Mumbai: Cricket legend Kapil Dev is not losing sleep over the recent lean patch of Virat Kohli and is confident that the Delhi stalwart will bounce back into form in the ICC Champions Trophy commencing on June 1. “It (Kohli’s form) should not be (a worry). I know his ability and talent. He will bounce…

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  • Indore: RTO ignores public outcry, lets unauthorised enjoy hooter culture

    Indore: Following the initiative taken by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi to eliminate the VIP culture from the country, many politicians and bureaucrats removed beacons and hooters from the vehicles across the country. However, many people including bureaucrats are using hooters atop their vehicles and plying on city roads bravely, courtesy Regional Transport Officer MP…

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  • Indore: Babus unwilling to shed VIP culture

    Indore: While politicians are busy in publicising their act of removing beacons and hooters from their vehicles, many of the administrative officials do not want leave the ‘VIP’ mark as they are still using hooters on their vehicles. On Friday, Bhopal Mayor removed hooters from his vehicle and the news was positively circulated by his…

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