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  • Varsity status to Mhow Ambedkar Institute

    Indore: The long- awaited decision of awarding university grade to Dr Baba Saheb Ambedkar National Social Science Institute, Mhow was finally taken on Monday during a meeting held in the chair of Governor and Chancellor Ram Naresh Yadav in Bhopal.

  • Indefinite strike by M nurses from Jan 28

    Indore: Nursing staff of hospitals along with staff nurses of MGM Medical College would go on indefinite strike from January 28 as their demands have not been met so far. Decision in this context was taken by the association concerned after two meetings, first of which was held in the morning at MH auditorium and the second held during the day.


    Indore: The Federation of Madhya Pradesh Chamber of Commerce and Industries, Bhopal has announced giving ‘ Outstanding Achievement Awards for MSME’ to various industries and traders in February 2014 during a ceremony.

  • ‘ State Govt only can improve Real- Estate sector’


    Indore: “ We can say recession in real estate is a creation of the State Government. If it makes necessary changes in the Stamp Duty Act, it will be

  • 11- yr- boy sexually assaults 4- yr- old girl

    Indore: An 11- year- old boy of sixth standard sexually assaulted a four- year- old girl in Chandan Nagar area, on Monday. The family members of the girl handed over the boy to police. According to TI Vinod Dixit, the incident occurred in Rishi Palace Colony. On Monday morning, the girl was playing with two other children when the boy took her aside and sexually assaulted her.

  • No concrete outcome from Rahul’s meeting with defeated candidates

    Ujjain: A special meeting convened by the AICC vicepresident and Congress’ Lok Sabha- 2014 election campaign head, Rahul Gandhi, at Bhopal on Monday to know the reasons of the party’s debacle in the Assembly Elections- 2013 finished without any concrete outcome.

  • College girl commits suicide

    Ujjain: A 17- year- old college girl committed suicide hanging herself from ceiling at Shastri Nagar on Monday morning. Kin rushed the girl to hospital where she was declared brought dead by doctors. According to Neelganga police, Monika daughter of Praveen Vasishtha, resident of Shastri Nagar was a student of BCom first year in Government Girls PG College.

  • Asaram ashram to be demolished in 15 days

    Ujjain : Revenue Department in an order issued on Monday asked tehsildar Ghattia and Municipal Commissioner to raze the Saint Asaram’s Ashram located on Mangalnath Road after it was found that the Ashram was built on Simhastha Land.

  • Varsity to host youth festival on Jan 23, 24

    Ujjain: Vikram University ( VU) is going to host outh Festival on January 23 and 24. Inaugural ceremony will be organized at Golden Jubilee Auditorium at 9.30 am on January 23 in the presence of chief guest Dev Ahilya University, Indore Vice- chancellor Prof DP Singh. VU Vice- chancellor Prof JL Kaul will chair the occasion. Director Higher Education Ujjain division Dr Usha Srivastava and VU Registrar Dr BL Bunkar will be

  • Admn asks primary schools to begin classes at 10 am

    Ujjain: District Administration issued orders for scheduling the classes of primary schools at 10 am from Monday looking to the biting cold prevailed in the region. Most of the parents reached at the stop at 8.30 am in the morning and they did not find school buses and had to wait for the buses.

  • Participation, promotion, progress prize for sponsors and audience

    Ujjain: Sevadham Ashram, World of Titan, Model Public School, UCO Bank, Akshat International School, atharth Futuristic Academy, Hotel Shanti Palace, Navya Marketign, Gagan Leather House, Tata Rafaeal and Ujjain Home Tutor & Education Institute were the sponsors of Free Press on the Spot Painting Contest.

  • Farmers stage road blockade against FDI

    Ujjain:Farmerswho carried their grains to Krishi UpajMandi on Monday resorted to road blockade at Agar Road in protest of declaring their crops invalid by Mandi traders. Farmers raised their voice against Food Security Ordinance being imposed by Government on agricultural crops.

  • Sania Mirza

    Paes, Sania, Bopanna storm into quarterfinals

    Melbourne: Leander Paes emerged victorious in a tight mixed doubles contest against Mahesh Bhupathi to advance to the quarterfinals while Sania Mirza stormed into the last-eight stage in her two events at the Australian Open on Monday.
    Paes and his Slovakian partner Daniela Hantuchova, unseeded in the tournament, scored an upset victory over eighth seeds Mahesh Bhupathi and Elena Vesnina of Russia 6-0 2-6 10-6 to make it to the quarterfinals

  • Mercurial Pak sink Lanka in desert

    Sharjah: Azhar Ali hit a brilliant hundred as Pakistan pulled off a thrilling win in the third and final Test against Sri Lanka in Sharjah on Monday, levelling the series 1-1. Set a daunting 302 to win in a possible 59 overs, Pakistan owed their successful chase to Ali’s fifth Test century (103) as he and Misbah-ul-Haq shared a 109-run stand for the fifth wicket.

  • Maha crush Bengal to enter Ranji final

    Indore: Wriddhiman Saha’s gutsy century went in vain as Maharashtra crushed Bengal by 10 wickets to enter the final of the Ranji Trophy after a gap of two decades.Maharashtra will take on the winner of the other ongoing semi-final between Karnataka and Punjab. Maharashtra last played in the Ranji Trophy final in the 1992-93 season where they lost to Punjab.After a batting collapse in the first innings, Bengal put up

  • Injured Milne doubtful for rest of the series

    Hamilton: Promising New Zealand pacer Adam Milne has been rendered doubtful for the rest of the ODI series against India after he sustained a side strain during the first ODI of the five-match rubber in Napier.Milne, who returned with figures of one for 40 from his 7.3 overs in the first ODI yesterday, had an MRI scan after arriving here to ascertain the damage.