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  • Peter was told of Indrani threat to Sheena!

    New Delhi : Rahul Mukerjea was also allegedly facing threat from his step-mother Indrani which he had conveyed to his father Peter through an email sent about a year before the murder of his girlfriend Sheena Bora.

  • The work was on to construct platforms to accommodate 12 car trains on Harbour Line on Sunday.

    Harbour line to don new look from today

    Train services were completely shut down between Wadala and CST for 72 hours to construct platforms at CST to accommodate 12 car trains; services to resume from Monday (more…)

  • Health checkup of students

    Narsinghpur :  A health checkup drive was carried out at Luvkush Higher Secondary School in which Dr. Imranuddin and Dr. Saba Khan checked the students and distributed free medicines.

  • DGP Surendra Singh inaugurates GRP station at Morena

    Morena :  DG of Madhya Pradesh police Surendra Singh inaugurated the new GRP station on the railway station on February 21 in the presence of ADG Anuradha Shankar.

  • Forest department od Seoni Malwa finds injured owl

    Seoni Malwa :  An owl belonging to a rare species was found by a team of Banapura range of forest department in an injured condition near a river at village Barakhad. The workers caught the owl and handed it over to ranger Sukriti Oswal. The owl is undergoing treatment in the veterinary hospital. It will be released back in the forest once its health is restored as told by Oswal.

  • BJYM colors Ambedkar Event in JNU hues

    Gwalior :  The members of Bhartiya Janta Yuva Morcha interrupted a programme named “Ambedkar ke sapno ka Bharat” which was organised by Ambedkar Vichar Manch, on Sunday, leading a scuffle between the two groups which left one person seriously injured.

  • Annual function at Christ Public School

    Shivpuri :  An annual function was organised at the Christ Public School in which five year old Riza Mirza gave a singing performance with team. Retired DSP Suresh Singh Sikarwar was present as chief guest while the programme was headed by school operator MA Khan.

  • The extravaganza of ‘Make In India’!

    In the absence of continuous, vigorous and intelligent follow up from the official levels, all efforts are feared to go futile. This is not the first time when such a bash was organised on Indian soil or elsewhere. The general experience is that though we receive excellent response in the initial stages and get to sign hundreds of MoUs, hardly any of them actually materialise. Continue Reading ...-->

  • 5 trains selected for Simhastha publicity

    BHOPAL :  State government in collaboration of Railways has undertaken a unique publicity campaign to `deliver message of Simhastha-2016 to entire country. Under the campaign, significance of Simhastha and invitation of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan are reaching the people through rail coaches. The unique amalgam of Indian spiritualism and culture – Simhastha – will be held at Ujjain from April 22 to May 21 this year.

  • The women writers’ panelists at LIC Gateway Litfest held at NCPA in the city on Sunday.

    Women writers raise pertinent questions at Litfest

    Mumbai : Is there a glass ceiling that woman writers in regional languages have to break? Is the literary machine ignoring them, with Indian literature becoming synonymous with Indian writing in English? These were some of the questions raised in a session at the LIC Gateway Litfest held at NCPA on Sunday.

  • Billabong student wins CBSE’s category 1 essay competition

    Indore :  Billabong International School’s student, Shikhar Gupta won the National Level Essay competition in the category of classes I to V, organised by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt of India, in preview of Republic Day 2016.

  • 56 electricity theft cases registered at Shivpuri

    Shivpuri :  An inspection of irrigation pump connections was done in nine villages which come under Badarvas power distribution centre by local managers and general managers under the instructions given by General Manager VS Dangi and Deputy General Manager Subodh Singh. During the inspection, as many as 56 cases of electricity theft were registered against the farmers of village Mangrole, Vakspur, Atalpur, Tudiyawad, Budhadogar, Rijauda, Keldhar, Chandoriya and Ranchi.

  • 1 dies, 3 hurt as car overturns

    Dewas: One person was killed and three others were injured as a car overturned here on Sunday. Sonkachh police said that Sandeep, son of Badrilal Chauhan, a resident of Rambag in Indore was on his way back to Indore from Astha when the car overturned after the driver lost control of the car.

  • ‘Ideologies being imposed on universities’

    Jabalpur :  Sharad Yadav who is the national president of Janta Dal (United) said in a press conference that BJP is trying to impose its ideology on the universities.

  • Terror spreads as boiler explodes

    Dewas: Police here on Sunday registered a case in an incident of boiler explosion at the Tonkkhurd region near Janoli village. Local people came under terrible fear following the explosion.

  • Bayside Banter

     A kaleidoscope of men, matters & moments that make the madness & magic of Mumbai (more…)

  • Detention at US airport doesn’t rankle SRK!

    New Delhi : Nearly four years after he was detained at New York airport for over two hours by immigration officials, Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan on Sunday said that he holds no grudge even though it was very uncomfortable to be stuck for no reason. In an interview to CNN’s Fareed Zakaria, Khan said he would be the first person to demand strengthening of security if a situation demands in