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  • Tourism dept kiosk at city airport

    Indore: The state government has come up with a new scheme to promote tourism. Now, MP Tourism has an outlet at Devi Ahilya International Airport terminal to provide complete information on the state’s tourist destinations to the passengers arriving at the airport.

  • Discoms face criticism over tariff- revision

    Indore: The power distribution companies’ move for a 10 to 12 per cent hike in the tariff has not been well- received by the industries. The ‘ shock’ to the industries has apparently caused a major upset. Prior to taking any further action on the tariff- revision proposal, members of the Madhya Pradesh Electricity Commission ( MPERC) have convened a special public hearing on March 8, wherein industries’ associations will come forward

  • Shanti Express ignores red signal, tragedy averted

    Indore: A tragedy was averted, when Shanti Express started to run in spite of red signal on station. Though there were no damages but a brawl between driver of the train and station master was reported. Shanti Express, which had to reach Indore station in the morning started to run from Mangliya station without green signal. Driver of Ratlam Sanjeev Kumar was driving this train. The station master of Mangliya ran till

  • 44 cars seized

    INDOR : during the two- day special checking campaign against those cars which have been registered in other states but moving on the state roads without paying the motor vehicle tax. According to RTO Sanjay Soni, the department has recovered Rs 5, 06,830 as motor vehicle tax from 30 owners of the cars. He said 13 vehicles were kept seized with the department. Soni said the owners of these vehicles didn’t deposit

  • Serving human is serving god: Muni Shri Rishabhchandra

    Ujjain: “ Serving human is serving god, and the ashram is serving humans,” Muni Shri Rishabhchandra said while visiting Sevadham Ashram on Wednesday. According to Anand Sharma, ashram director S Goyal invited him to visit the ashram 12 years back. And he got the opportunity after a long time. He felt delighted

  • City likely to have AIR centre in April

    Ujjain: City will likely to have an All India Radio ( AIR) centre in April. During parliamentary session, Member of Parliament ( MP) Premchand Guddu raised the issue of opening an ( AIR) Centre in Ujjain.

  • Food dept team raids city eateries and restaurants

    Ujjain: Team of food department raided city eateries and restaurants here on Wednesday. Food samples were collected while challans were issued to impose fine on restaurant owners for not keeping surroundings hygienic.

  • Lord Shiva cares for devotees: Anjul

    Ujjain: “ Lord Shiva cares for devotees and makes their every wish true,” Anjaneya Sharma alias Anjul expressed the thoughts at Shree Mahakaleshwar Pravachan Hall on Wednesday.

  • Ronaldo sends United out of Champions League

    Manchester United’s Serbian defender Nemanja Vidic (R) blocks a shot from Real Madrid’s Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo (C) during the UEFA Champions League round of 16 second leg football match between  Manchester United and Real Madrid at Old Trafford in Manchester. Real Madrid won 2-1.

  • Was it murder or suicide in Hyderabad?

    Melbourne : “Was it murder or suicide in Hyderabad yesterday?”, the Australian media asked on Wednesday in the wake of their team’s humiliating defeat at the hands of India.

  • Fast locals…

    Dr. Araya scores 7 as  ARC defeat Marco  Shipping/Indian Navy

  • Take call on Sehwag’s fate as opener: Dravid

    New Delhi : Former India captain Rahul Dravid has said that the national selectors must take a call on whether to continue with struggling Virender Sehwag as an opener in the Test series in South Africa later this year or give someone else a chance.

  • Oz practice on fifth day track

    Hyderabad : Australian batsmen haven’t been able to survive enough overs in the last two Tests to know what it is like batting on a typical Indian track on the fifth day of a match and that prompted them to practice on the Test-match strip here on Wednesday. Having batted only nine overs on the fifth day of the first Test and the second Test getting over in less than three and

  • We are contemplating changes: Arthur

    Hyderabad : Desperate to claw their way back in the series, Australia’s chief coach Mickey Arthur on Wednesday said they were not averse to the idea of making a few changes in the playing eleven if that can bring good result for them.

  • Criminals run amok in UP

    There is no redemption for the criminal-infested Samajwadi Party. Before it returned to power last year. it was hoped that the party  would have drawn the right lessons  from its previous stint in power.

  • ‘India is toughest environment to mould youngsters’

    Melbourne : In the wake of two big defeats, Don Argus, whose review of Australian cricket charted the country’s course back to world domination, says India is the ‘toughest environment’ to mould youngsters. In the ongoing four-match Test series between the two sides, Australia have already lost the first two games by huge margins.

  • Twitter reaction doesn’t reflect public opinion

    Washington : Media outlets across the US often use social media websites like Twitter to gauge the public’s opinion. But a new study from the Pew Research Center has found that how people react on Twitter is often at odds with overall public opinion, leaving American news outlets presenting a skewed reality of how the public really feels, media experts told RIA Novosti.

  • In reluctant Rahul’s wake

    With a virtual famine of leaders, would the choice be someone like Finance Minister Chidambaram, who has no mass base, but is generally looked upon as a competent man, who can steer the ship of state more efficiently than Manmohan Singh?

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