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  • Malviya to file nomination today, Naidu to address workers’ meet

    Ujjain: Former BJP national president M Venkaiah Naidu will address a party workers meeting prior to the filing of nomination by party candidate Dr Chintamani Malviya on Wednesday afternoon at Samajik Nyay Parisar. Campaigning in the constituency has picked momentum as 23 days are left for the Lok Sabha elections. Besides, making their presence felt in the constituency with their workers and leaders, major political parties will bring

  • Guddu to file nomination on Apr 4

    Ujjain: Sitting MP and Congress candidate Premchand Guddu will file his nomination papers on April 4. Before filing of nomination, a party workers will take Guddu in rally to a public meeting where other senior party leaders will also address the workers. To finalise the preparations for the rally and public meeting, the election management and coordination committees of the party met at the Rajiv Bhavan here on

  • Unclaimed body recovered from Bilotipura

    Ujjain : Commotion prevailed in the Bilotipura area here on Tuesday afternoon after police recovered a body from a drain. Residents of the area informed police about the body after some kids spotted a body lying near a drain at the Bohra Samaj Colony. These kids were actually playing cricket in the area and one of them saw the body when he went there to collect the ball. The mouth of the

  • Mahakal group to hold talent search exam today

    Ujjain: Mahakal Group of Institutes will be organising a pre- engineering and pharmacy talent search exam this morning from 10 am onwards. This pre- exam has been designed for self evaluation of students who are going to appear in JEET organised by the CBSE and MP government for admission in various branches and trades

  • Youths go missing after murder

    Ujjain: Two youths went missing after a murder incident which took place at Agar Road, here on Monday, in which Gaurishankar Verma, a resident of Gaughat Colony was stabbed to death. Two unknown bike borne criminals first fired at Verma and then stabbed him several times when he was returning from Bhairavgarh Jail after meeting his friend Ashish.

  • Six youths arrested with 10 pistols, 17 cartridges

    Ujjain: The local police on Tuesday claimed to have busted a firearms smuggling gang active in the Malwa region. In all six persons were arrested and 10 country- made pistols and 17 live cartridges of .32 bore gun were recovered from the accused.

  • Uncles smash nephew’s head

    Ujjain: Domestic dispute has sent a man to hospital and two others to police custody in Dhancha Bhawan area here on Tuesday morning. Kanchanbai, a resident of Dhancha Bhawan died of cardiac arrest on March 22, in which her daughter- in- law Suneeta was sent to jail for torturing her and a case was registered against her for culpable homicide.

  • Consolation win for Aus

    Mirpur: A bruised and battered Australia tasted a consolation win by thrashing hosts Bangladesh by seven wickets to round off their disappointing World Twenty20 campaign on a positive note.Openers Aaron Finch (71) and David Warner (48) set the foundation for Australia’s win with a quick 98-run opening partnership while chasing a competitive 153 for five set by Bangladesh in their last Group 2 league match.

  • Srinivasan can’t attend ICC meetings: Modi’s lawyer

    Jaipur: Rajasthan Cricket Association’s representative in the BCCI, Mehmood Abdi, said that N Srinivasan is not eligible to represent the body in the ICC after being forced to step aside due to a Supreme Court directive. Srinivasan has been replaced by Sunil Gavaskar as the interim BCCI chief after the Supreme Court directed the Chennai strongman to step aside while hearing the case related to the IPL betting scandal.

  • Fletcher to coach India till 2015 World Cup

    The BCCI came to conclusion that it won’t be right to have a new coach at the moment. Fletcher has been with the team for last three years and it will be best if he is continues for another year Top BCCI Official

  • Playing Indian spinners a big challenge: Duminy

    Indian spinners have bowled exceptionally well. We want to put up a performance against their spinners. It is a big game. It’s semis of a World Cup and it doesn’t get bigger than this JP Duminy South African batsman

  • Hafeez apologises to fans for the manner of defeat

    Mirpur : Pakistan skipper Mohammed Hafeez apologised to the fans for not showing enough stomach for fight against the West Indies as they crashed to a huge 84-run defeat to make an exit from the ICC World Twenty20 on Tuesday.It is first time that Pakistan have not made it to the last-four stage of the tournament since its inception in 2007.

  • Yuvraj limps off during India’s practice session

    Mirpur : Senior cricketer and hero of last match, Yuvraj Singh, was seen limping during India’s practice session on Tuesday but the seriousness or extent of pain was not known.The Indian players trained at the BCB Cricket Academy ground, three days ahead of their last-four clash against South Africa.

  • Cook still unable to lift lid on Pietersen axe

    London: England captain Alastair Cook said on Tuesday he was “frustrated” at his inability to reveal the reasons behind Kevin Pietersen’s international exile, although he promised all would become clear “soon”.
    Despite being England’s leading run scorer across all formats, South Africa-born Pietersen was axed by the ECB in February following the team’s 5-0 Ashes thrashing in Australia. But exactly why he was sent into international exile, with seemingly no hope

  • Nadal hopes to fine tune form ahead of clay swing

    Miami: Rafael Nadal says he still has work to do on his game as he gets set to launch his claycourt season which the Spaniard hopes culminates with his ninth French Open title.The World No.1 Nadal lost in straight sets in the final of the Miami Masters tournament on Sunday to second seed Novak Djokovic.

  • SpiceJet told to stop Re. 1 ticket offer

    New Delhi :  Terming SpiceJet’s offer of rupee one fare across its domestic network as “predatory” and a “malpractice”, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation on Tuesday came down heavily on the no-frill carrier and asked it to stop such pricing immediately.

  • Rajiv killers will not hang: Apex Court

    New Delhi :  The Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed a central government plea seeking recall of the verdict by which it had commuted to life the death sentence of three convicts in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case.

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    Modi smells conspiracy in air snags

    Rewa (MP) :  Conspiracy theories are the stuff of election season. Prime Ministerial nominee Narendra Modi smelt one such plot on Tuesday in recurring flight delays during his campaign.

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    Payback Time

    After Real’s hopes for a tenth European title were crushed last year by Borussia Dortmund, winger Gareth Bale eyes an exact revenge when they face off again in their quarter-final first leg tie today (more…)

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