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    Naidu, 18 ministers to take oath

    Guntur (Andhra Pradesh):  Telugu Desam Party (TDP) chief N. Chandrababu Naidu will take oath as the chief minister of Andhra Pradesh along with 18 ministers Sunday evening near here.

  • PM to visit INS Vikramaditya

    New Delhi:  Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to visit the newly-acquired INS Vikramaditya aircraft carrier next week, sources said Saturday.

  • Kejriwal for AAP restructuring, rejects Yadav’s resignation

    New Delhi:  A day after a deep divide between AAP’s top leaders came to the fore, its chief Arvind Kejriwal Saturday admitted it needed “restructuring” and said the “differences” had been resolved.

  • Congress names candidates for Rajya Sabha biennial elections

    New Delhi: Mukut Mithi and Ronal Sapa Tlau will be the Congress candidates for the biennial elections to the Rajya Sabha from Arunachal Pradesh and Mizoram respectively, a party official said Saturday.

  • ‘Transports one to another world’

    Mumbai :  The Metro does not merely take you from Versova to Andheri, it transports you to a different world.


    But there is a ugly dispute over the fare structure with   MMRDA moving the court against the operator. The CM will launch the service only if the operator sticks to the original tariff quoted in the tender.

  • UMC to spend Rs 15 cr for purchase of vehicles

    Ujjain: The Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC) has decided to go hi-tech in the area of solid waste management. It has okayed a proposal to purchase vehicles at the cost of Rs 15 crore for lifting garbage from across the city.The Mayor-in-Council (MiC), which met on Saturday under the chairmanship of the Mayor Rameshwar Akhand, reviewed the existing sanitation arrangements and decided to strengthen it. According to commissioner Vivek Kshotriya, garbage will now

  • Doctors stage symbolic protest

    Ujjain: The pre-planned protest by Civil Hospital doctors was delayed as they staged the demonstration at 1 pm so that the patients can be seen during the OPD time, here on Saturday. Doctors at Civil Hospital staged a symbolic protest at Civil Hospital premises after 1 pm. Giving the information Dr Mahesh Marmat of MP Medical Officers Association (MPMOA) said they protested symbolically over policies of the State government which has been

  • Six police officers get admiration letter

    Ujjain: Director General of Police (DGP) Nandan Dubey honoured six police officials of Ujjain with admiration letters for their role in solving the murder mystery of Congress corporator Prem Kumar Yadav and the arrest of all accused. Those officers who were given letters included SP Anurag Kumar and ASP Gaurav Tiwari (both IPS) and Jagdish Davar, Rajesh Vyas, Vijay Davar and Nitesh Bhargava (all SPS).  Main accused Ajit Senger and Govind Kushwaha,

  • Kshipra parikrama commences with religious gusto

    Ujjain: The annual two-day Kshipra Tirth-Parikrama (circumambulation), the pilgrimage around river Kshipra, began here on Saturday, with hundreds of pilgrims thronging the stoppages and riverbanks on the first day.The pilgrimage formally began at 8.30 am with MLA Mohan Yadav and many other dignitaries offering traditional puja at the Ramghat. Ramghat is the entry-point of the 27-km route of the pilgrimage. Hundreds of people, including women, began their yatra on the first day

  • Colourful procession, ceremony marks Mahesh Jayanti

    Ujjain: On Mahesh Navami, Saturday, Maheshwari community under the banner of Maheshwari Sansthan took out a colorful procession. Several other programs, in past three days such as fancy dress, etc, were also held to mark the event.Lord Shiva or Mahesh is one of the Trimurti (Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh). Mahesh Jayanti, or Mahesh Navami, is devoted to Lord Shiva. The business community Maheshwaris worships Mahesh and his consort Parvati on the day

  • 19 hours dance convention at Mahakal temple

    Ujjain: Almost a day-long and to be said exactly a 19 hours of dance convention ‘Mahakal Nrityanjali’ was organised at Mahakal temple by Rasraj Prabhat Dance Academy on Saturday. More than 100 performers from the Academy will worship lord Mahakal by dancing for 19 hours. Giving the information Sadhana Malviya of Academy told that it is the silver jubilee year of their programme, adding she said the convention started at 4 am

  • Two books of Upendra Nath Gupt released

    Ujjain: Dignitaries dedicated to the public two books ‘Anterrman’ (poetry collection) and ‘Abhyarthana’ (song and bhajan collection) of poet and lyricist Upendra Nath Gupt during a programme held at Mahashweta Nagar. Pt Dinesh Shastri, Dr Shyam Sunder Nigam, Dr Shailendra Parashar and Dr Shiv Chaurisiya released these books. Dr Mohan Gupt delivered the welcome address.  Dr Hari Mohan Budholiya conducted the proceedings whereas Pankaj Mittal proposed a vote of thanks.

  • PhD to Shweta Shrivastava

    Ujjain: Vikram University has awarded PhD to Shweta Shrivastav for her research in “Jananki Pravatiya: Ek Vishleshan”, with special reference to Mandsaur district. She completed her research under Prof Nikhil Joshi (Economics) of Government Girls Post Graduate College, Dusshera Maidan.

  • Suspected bike thief dies in accident

    Ujjain: A man suspected of being a motorbike thief was killed in a road accident near Parmeshwari Garden on Indore Road highway here on Saturday afternoon. A bike was reported stolen 12 minutes earlier the accident. Twenty minutes later Nanakheda police were informed of a crash accident near Parmeshwari Garden in which a youth has died. When police reached the spot the bike was found to be the stolen having number MP-13-JH-2316

  • Internal bickering hits Cong ahead of by-poll

    Ujjain: Fighting with debacle everywhere, in almost every election internal bickering is now hitting Congress party in corporator’s election of ward 32, the ward which was vacant after the death of Premkumar Yadav. For by-elections, Congress nominated Arjun Yadav son of late Premkumar Yadav, over which dissatisfied former corporator Siraj Bi ruled against the party and opted to contest elections as independent candidate. After which party suspended Siraj Bi and her husband