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  • Cong backing Third Front ‘ from behind’: Uma Bharti

    Indore: “ Congress is backing the Third Front to spread instability and lawlessness in the country,” BJP vice president Uma Bharti said here on Thursday. “ Congress has realised that it will be ousted from power at the Centre and, therefore, with an aim of spreading instability and lawlessness, it is supporting the Third Front from behind,” talking to reporters she said.

  • Two local cos surrender Rs 10.80 cr after I- T survey

    Indore: The officials of the Income tax departments conducted survey at three locations of two companies on Wednesday. Later the tax dodgers have surrendered Rs 10.80 crore. After the gap of almost a month, the Income Tax department again targeted the tax dodgers. The assessment wing of the department carried out survey against two companies on Wednesday, which ended on Thursday. The official sources said that the survey was conducted against the

  • Colleges hiding info to be disaffiliated: DAVV

    Indore: Colleges which are not uploading information on the number of students and teachers, courses offered and gender ratio would be disaffiliated by the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya ( DAVV). This decision was taken in the standing committee meeting chaired by Vice Chancellor Prof DP Singh on Thursday.

  • Air India, Jet’s 3 flights delayed

    Indore: Air India and Jet Airways Delhi- bound flights were delayed on Thursday and the passengers of both the airlines had to face lot of problems. According to airport sources the Air India’s two flights were delayed.

  • RTO makes challans of illegal passenger buses

    Ujjain: Regional Transport Officer ( RTO) HR Rohit took action against illegal conduction of passenger buses at Bima Asptaal square in the city on Thursday. RTO fined and made challans of over 27 buses and seized two buses for not having legal permit.

  • Bank employees to go on strike on Feb 10 & 11; stage demo

    Ujjain: In support of the demands of pay hike, bank employees will go on two day strike on the call of United Forum of Bank Unions in the city on February 10 and 11. Bank employees on Thursday staged a demonstration at State Bank of India Nai Sadak branch.

  • Maa Falodi procession taken out to mark Basant Panchmi

    Ujjain: A grand procession of Maa Falodi was taken out on the occasion of Basant Panchmi under the aegis of Medatwal Vaish Navyuvak Sangh. The procession began from Teen Batti square located community dharamshala and passing through different routes of the city, it concluded again at Dharamshala. President Sanjay Medatwal and Omprakash Gupta informed that the procession was accompanied with royal elephants, horses and chariots. Procession was accorded warm welcome at different

  • Soya meal exports declined by 41.29% in January

    Indore: Exports of Soya bean meal in January 2014 stood at 3.64 lakh tonnes as compared to 6.20 lakh tonnes in January 2013, showing a decrease by 41.29% over the same period of last year. Soya bean Processors Association of India ( SOPA) PRO Rajesh Agrawal said that the decline in the

  • Navodaya Vidyalaya in Nagda

    Ujjain: With the efforts of Member of Parliament Premchand Guddu, a Navodaya Vidyalaya will be opened in village Buranabad of Nagda- Khachrod tehsil with the cost of Rs 12.6 crore. Central Public Works Department has been issued directives in this regard. MP Guddu informed that a letter was released by Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti, Ministry of Human Resource Development, School Education and Literacy Department, Government of India on January 23, 2014.

  • Tenant, domestic aide’s info to police mandatory

    Indore: The district administration, in a bid to prevent criminal activities and track miscreants, has made it mandatory for house and shop owners to inform respective police station about the hiring of domestic/ commercial help or tenants. Those not following the norms would face action under the Indian Penal Code.

  • Guddu raises issue of violation of protocol by dist officials

    Member of Parliament Premchand Guddu highlighted the issue of protocol breach by district officials in a case regarding Kasturba Gandhi Girls Hostel built at Berchha Road under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan with the help of fund issued by Central government. Guddu wrote to Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar and informed that the hostel is being dedicated by BJP leaders. Being Member of Parliament, Guddu is not invited for the dedication programme. Local administration

  • Lions Club Surbhi organises eye check- up camp

    Ujjain: Lions Club Surbhi organised an eye checkup camp recently at three places. About 450 people got their eyes examined during the camp. Camps were organised at Char Dham mandir, Ghattia and Chintaman Jawasiya. Operations of 52 patients suffering from cataract were held at Madhav Nagar civil hospital. District governor Anandkant Bhatt,

  • Ruckus at BJP meeting

    Ujjain: Ruckus prevailed during a meeting of district BJP, organised at Lok Shakti Bhavan on Wednesday when the BJP city president Iqbal Singh Gandhi ousted BJM general secretary Jayant Rao Garud saying that he was not appointed general secretary of BJM executive committee yet. BJM president Vishal Rajoriya was accompanied with Garud. Presidents and Vice- presidents of BJP cells were present during the meeting.

  • Water crisis in dist hosp as pump cable stolen

    Ujjain: Water crisis prevailed in district hospital here on Thursday after some miscreants stole away the cable of motor pump on Tuesday night. Though, Civil Surgeon assured for installing new cable. Water pump operator VC Rai made a complaint to CS CD Sharma about power cable theft. As the motor did not operate on Wednesday, water was not filled in water tanks of the hospital. Water was unavailable in different

  • Students raise issue of crime against

    Indore: Not only intellectuals of the city but also the school children have also expressed their concern about traffic problem and increase of crime against women. Students of Lokmanya Bal Niketan asked their questions on such sensitive topics to IGP Vipin Maheshwari in ‘ Samvad’ programme of the police.

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