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  • 2-inch in one hour

    Indore : Heavy rains lashed the city on Sunday leading to water-logging and traffic snarls at several locations and causing troubles to commuters. The city may witness one or two spells of heavy rains on Monday too, according to the Meteorological Department (IMD) forecast.

  • Miscreants rob woman of her gold chain

    Indore : Motorcycle-borne criminals robbed a woman of her gold chain while she was returning home late on Saturday night from a Bhajan programme. The robbery occurred in Patnipura area and MIG Police have registered a case. According to the police, Shashi Agarwal (55) of Hamilton Road was attending a bhajan programme at Girdhar Mahal on Saturday.

  • Veterinary college holds prog on Yoga Day

    Mhow : The Veterinary College also organized a yoga practice session to celebrate the World Yoga Day. The programme was commenced with lighting of lamp by the guests. During the programme, chief guests Dr Prabhushakar Dubey and senior professor Dr R K Jain were present. Dr Dubey laid stress on the importance of yoga for better health and long life. Girl students were trained by Laxmi Dubey. As per the protocol, hundreds

  • Minor boy booked for raping girl

    Indore : A minor boy accosted a minor girl and had physical relationship with her. The girl reached home after 16 days and the family lodged a police complaint against the boy. According to the police, the girl, a resident of Tigariyarao under Kanadiya Police Circle, eloped with a 17-year-old boy of Jhalaria Countybagh on June 4.

  • 13-yr -old boy goes missing, police file kidnapping case

    Indore : A boy went missing on Saturday and Malharganj Police registered a case of kidnapping on Sunday. The boy reportedly left home for treatment at Malharganj Hospital and never returned.

  • Army War College celebrates Yoga Day

    Mhow : On the occasion of International Yoga Day, a yoga session was held at Army War College on Sunday. The yoga classes were commenced from 7am and lasted till 9am. Over 5,000 officers, JCOs and soldiers participated in the event.

  • Police seize car, knife

    Indore : Police intercepted a car on Super Corridor and seized a knife from its occupant. The accused has been booked under the Arms Act. According to Aerodrome police, a patrolling party from the station intercepted a Maruti Swift car on Super Corridor on Saturday night.

  • Notorious criminal held

    Indore : In its ongoing drive against criminals, the Pandrinath police nabbed Gulshan Sindhi, a resident of Resham Wali Gali, on Sunday. According to the police, Gulshan has seven cases of murder, attempt to murder, robbery, extortion, brawls etc at various police stations.

  • World bends, stretches, twists to mark Yoga Day

    Melbourne/London :  Tens of thousands yoga enthusiasts around the world on Sunday took to mats and stretched, bent and twisted their bodies in complex postures in a symbol of universality of the ancient Indian spiritual practice as they marked the maiden International Day of Yoga.

  • Inernational Yoga Day celebrarated at Lal Parade Ground

    BHOPAL : Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has urged people to make Yoga a part of life, develop useful and unique personality and contribute to improve state, country and world. The Chief Minister was addressing the state level mass Yoga programme on International Day of Yoga at Lal Parade Ground on Sunday.

  • Spl exams for LLB students deemed to be ‘unfit’

    Indore : Here is good news for LLB students, who failed to clear the three-year degree course in prescribed maximum six years of duration, and now are under the category of students unfit for the degree. The Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) has decided to give one last chance to such students to clear the course.

  • Prime Minister leads Yoga into Guinness

    New Delhi :  Millennia after the great rishi Patanjali wrote the ”yoga sutras”, Prime Minister Narendra Modi led the largest yoga class at Rajpath with 35,985 persons from 84 nationalities to make the first record for the Guinness book.

  • Lalit Modi

    Charles, Andrew also on Lalit Modi hit-list

    London :  Tainted former IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi invoked the names of British royalty, including Prince Charles and his brother Andrew, while seeking his travel papers from the UK Home Office, according to a media report on Sunday.

  • 5+6 = India All out

    Mirpur :  India on Sunday slumped to a new low as they suffered their first ever ODI series defeat against Bangladesh following an embarrassing six-wicket defeat in the second cricket One-dayer that gave the hosts an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series, here.

  • Travel agency dupes SBI managers of Rs 7L

    BHOPAL : Two senior managers of State Bank of India (SBI) posted in the local head office at Arera Hills were duped of around Rs 7 lakh by a tour operator while they planned their trip with them.

  • State directs govt colleges to get NAAC grades

    Bhopal : Facing fund crunch for development in government colleges, because of the curtailment in Centre sponsored schemes, the Department of Higher Education of the State government has issued directives to College Principals to get NAAC grade so that they can be provided fund for infrastructural development.

  • Grocery shop owner commits suicide

    BHOPAL: A middle-aged grocery shop owner committed suicide by consuming some poisonous substance at his residence located near Vikramaditya College under Bairagarh police station on Saturday. Family members rushed him to Chirayu hospital where he died while undergoing treatment after which police were informed. Bairagarh police said that the deceased was identified as Pradeep Kumar (38), resident of Vikramaditya College area and ran a grocery shop. Police further said that on Saturday

  • Sushma Swaraj

    Did Shivraj Singh Chouhan bestow favours on Sushma?

    Bhopal :  In what could cause fresh trouble for External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, an RTI query has revealed that Madhya Pradesh government appointed her husband and daughter as government advocates.

  • Two caught using unfair means in PPT exam

    Bhopal : Invigilators caught a Munnabhai in pre polytechnic test (PPT) for impersonation in Chhindwara district. One more candidate was booked for use of unfair means at Vidisha district in the same test.

  • Switzerland admits it is ‘attractive’ for black money!

    Berne : In a first major admission of being an “attractive location” for laundering of assets amassed illegally abroad, Switzerland has said it needs to further strengthen systems for combating money laundering and terrorist financing.

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