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  • PM, 57 ministers to spread across India for Yoga Day events

    New Delhi : As many as 57 Union ministers will spread across the country on Tuesday for the 2nd International Yoga Day programmes, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi performing the ancient Indian physical exercise in Chandigarh.

  • No extradition requests yet for Mallya and Lalit

    New Delhi : The Enforcement Directorate does not seem to be in any tearing hurry to get the ‘absconding’ liquor baron Vijay Mallya and the former IPL chief Lalit Modi extradited from the United Kingdom. Both these high profile businessmen are wanted by investigating agencies in multiple cases, and are reported to be enjoying a high profile lifestyle there.

  • Awareness helped people save bawdis in Rambagh

    Indore : Rambagh has maximum number of wells and steps wells. This area also has two famous bawdi– Kibe Sahab ki Bawdi and Rambagh ki Bawdi– which still have the potential to serve the area. These bawdis are more than a century old and are example of glorious past of the city. If these resources are maintained properly, people won’t face water crisis during summer.

  • BJP constitutes 2 committees

    One committee to do fact finding while another to file its recommendation to the govt.

  • Pay bonanza for Central staff in Aug

    New Delhi : The Central employees are expected to get in their August salary the pay bonanza of a 30% hike, more than what the Seventh Central Pay Commission has recommended in its report last November.

  • Aviraj, Sonal advance in the Palghar District Ranking Prize Money Carrom Tournament

    Mumbai : Top Seeded Sonal Sawant of Virar overcame Shruti Sonavane of Nalasopara 25-10, 25-15 in a  hard fought two game encounter to annexe title of the Junior Girls Singles & Second seeded Aviraj Akhade of Virar overcame top seeded Ashutosh Giri of Nalasopara in a thrilling three game encounter 25-4, 12-25, 25-6 to win the Junior Boy’s Singles event  in the Palghar District Ranking Prize Money Carrom Tournament organised by Palghar

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    Piyush Goyal: Will not cut govt stake in power PSUs below 51%

    New Delhi :  Supporting Finance Ministry’s disinvestment plan for public sector undertakings, Union Minister Piyush Goyal has said his ministry will not reduce the government’s stake in power sector PSUs below 51 %.

  • ANOTHER PODIUM – Perez gets second place for Force India

    Baku : Sergio Perez shook off the gear-box change penalty to claim his and Sahara Force India’s second podium place of the season with a third-place finish at the European Grand Prix while Nico Hulkenberg took the ninth spot on Sunday.

  • Last exam for one-year BEd course from July 1

    Indore : Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) will conduct examinations for one-year BEd course for the last time from July 1.

  • After Punjab, Goa, AAP eyes Gujarat

    Gandhinagar : After Punjab and Goa, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) of Arvind Kejriwal is now eyeing Gujarat where elections are due in 2017.

  • Notorious criminal arrested

    Indore : A team of Khajrana police arrested a notorious criminal, carrying a reward of Rs 10,000 on his head, on Sunday. He was absconding in an extortion case since April.

  • Picardo powers Ruthless to easy win

    Mumbai : Powered by seasoned striker Agnelo Picardo’s twin strikes Ruthless FC stormed to a convincing 5-0 win against a young, inexperienced I.C. Colts FC in a second round league match of the inaugural Borivali Premier Football League (BPFL), organized by the Borivali Sports Foundation, and played at the St. Francis D’Assissi Ground, Borivali (W).

  • Share your home for lifetime love

    Indore : Taking an initiative to get stray dogs a home, Helping Hands For Animals (HHFA) organised an UberPuppies, where one can request for an interaction with puppies and later adopt the puppy. The event was organised from 10 am to noon, where puppies were taken to 42 households and 15 puppies have been adopted.

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