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  • Participants of ‘The Sun Never Sets on Yoga’ practice yoga at The Art of Living in Bangalore on Sunday. The event is being held in about 108 cities around the globe as a prelude to International Yoga Day to be celebrated on June 21.

    Yogohi Param Aushadham

    Hansaji J Yogendra explains the significance of International Yoga Day and also the correct yoga to combat various  medical problems

  • Sporty Evening at Prime Time

    In keeping with the trend of entertainment with food and drinks for yuppies, a few sports bar have sprouted in the city. Ideally situated in R City Mall, Ghatkopar which houses several companies and call centres, Primetime Sports Bar is one such place where college students and corporate executives unwind after facing a demanding and arduous day in this competitive world. Once off duty, it’s time to catch up with friends or

  • Travel Special: The Himalayan Paradise

    Shimla is a trekker’s paradise and the visit is incomplete without a trek, even if it’s a soft one, says Anand & Madhura Katti

  • Manasi Naik

    Manasi Naik to go De-Glam

    The makers of films like TAJ MAHAL, RAFOO CHAKKAR, HAATH KI SAFAI, CHITRALEKHA, and many more, the Nadiadwalas have ventured into Marathi cinema with a new title, Nadiadwala Gennext Production which is headed by Abrar Nadiadwala. Their first film in the Marathi segment will be MURDER MESTRI. A comedy-suspense film, has already managed to awaken the curiosity of all Marathi film fans with a fantastic trailer. This movie stars Dilip Prabhavalkar, Hrishikesh Joshi,

  • Tigmanshu Dhulia geta Candid

    Irffan and me
    Irrfan was couple of years senior to me at NSD he was an introvert and had few friends. While he was in the final year we got to see their batch perform in lot of plays including their diploma productions, so my admiration and friendship sprung out of watching Irrfan do various characters on stage.

  • Tai to help IDA get Central aid

    Indore : Lok Sabha Speaker and local MP Sumitra Mahajan has assured Indore Development Authority (IDA) to help in availing financial support from the Union Government.

  • Locals ask DIG to install CCTV, start patrolling

    Indore : A Jansanwad was held at Bhanwarkuwa police station, on Saturday. Superintendent of Police D Kalyan Chakarvarti and CSP Shashikant Kankane along with corporator of Ward no 64 Seema Veerang, were present.

  • CS experiences ‘bad’ taste during his second day SIMHASTHA FAIR-2016

    Ujjain : The visiting Chief Secretary, Anthony de Sa, experienced a bad taste on the second and final day of his two-day visit, here on Saturday, as the saint community expressed dissatisfaction over the preparations for the ensuing religious mega event. They also complained about the apathetic role of the local administrative officials.

  • Dilapidated Premchhaya building poses threat

    Ujjain : Caught in procedural wrangles, the Premchhaya Parisar seems to be in its last leg of existence. Residents are forced to live in fear amidst damaged ceiling and walls. Yet they are not ready to give it up. One side of the building which faces the road towards the Bahadurganj area is now one brick away from collapsing the whole structure. On Saturday a whole chunk of bricks fell down from

  • PO exam: Girls’ friends create ruckus at college

    Indore : Friends of three girls created a din at Malwa College when they were denied to appear bank Probationary Officer (PO) exam for reporting late. The college authorities had to call the police to shoo away the agitators.

  • Only 2 NRI students take admission in DAVV

    Indore : Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV)’s efforts to attract Non-Resident Indian (NRI) students are proving futile. Against 104 seats reserved for NRIs in 34 courses, merely two have got filled.

  • Priyal bags four titles in badminton tourney

    Ujjain : Priyal Dhanwani, a local shuttler bagged four titles in the under 10, 13, 15 and 17 category in the badminton’s final. The event concluded at the Shalaka Badminton Hall.

  • BEd aspirants protest red-tape

    Indore : Some BEd aspirants staged a protest at New Girls Degree College when they were asked to produce unwarranted documents to secure admission in the two-year course.

  • Holy city all set to celebrate Yoga day

    Ujjain : The holy city is all set for the International Yoga Day celebrations to take place on June 21. At least ten major venues and a number of smaller ones will witness International Yoga Day Celebrations in the district on the call given by PM Narendra Modi.

  • Man hit by unknown vehicle, dies

    Ujjain : A bike-borne man was hit by an unidentified speeding vehicle on the Agar Road near village Jaithaltek here on Saturday. The deceased was identified as Prem son of Sardar Singh, a resident of village Ujjaniya, Prem was on his way buy diesel for his tractor. Police sources said the victim was heading to purchase diesel, he was hit by the vehicle. The collision was so intense that Prem fell some

  • Indore prepares itself for International Yoga Day

    Indore : Indoreans are gearing up to take part in the maiden ‘International Yoga Day’ on Sunday morning at different places in the city. People from various walks of life are showing their interest to take part in the event and celebrate the day with fervour.

  • V-C pulls up exam dept officials, asks them to announce results by June 29

    Indore : Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) vice chancellor Prof DP Singh reportedly pulled up examination and evaluation centre officials over delay in undergraduate final semester exam results and directed them to announce the results before June 29 anyhow. From June 29, students allocated admissions in post-graduate courses will have to submit fee.

  • Man slits own throat in suicide bid

    Ujjain : A man slit his throatwith sharp-edged weaponon Friday night over unknown reasons at Dhancha Bhawan area. Devendra, son of Ram Singh, allegedly slit his throat using a blade at his residence of Dhancha Bhawan. He was rushed to the Civil Hospital, after his family men saw him bleeding profusely. He was admitted in a critical condition at the hospital. The police also reached the hospital for investigating the issue, for

  • Hamilton bags 45th pole Position of his Career

    Spielberg :  Defending world champion and series leader Lewis Hamilton secured the 45th pole position of his career Saturday when he outpaced Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg in a dramatic rain-affected qualifying for Sunday’s Austrian Grand Prix.

  • Pool campus of Wipro held at AIT, 41 get placements

    Ujjain : Ujjain Engineering College (UEC) in association with Alpine Institute of Technology (AIT) and Sciences, Rajampet organised an off-campus recruitment drive of Wipro Technologies for techie students located in the city. It was attended by BE, B Tech, and MCA graduates.