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  • Abducted boy released

    Indore : A four-year-old boy kidnapped from near his house on Saturday was released by his abductor on Sunday morning. The terrified victim reached home safely, but could not give any information about the woman who was captured in a CCTV camera while taking the boy from the area. However, the police have detained a suspect who is being interrogated.

  • Doctors must follow ethics, should not cheat patients: IMA ex-president

    Indore : “Doctors must follow ethics during treatment of patients and they should remember few ‘not to do’ practices like asking patients about their previous consultant or telling them about wrong treatment given to him by the previous doctor,” said past president of Dental Council of India Dr Mahesh Verma.

  • India in command

    Jamaica : Opener Lokesh Rahul showed a lot of composure as he struck his third Test hundred with India sedately reaching 185 for one at lunch on the second day of the second cricket Test against the West Indies on Sunday.

  • Jain seers felicitated during grand ‘Varghoda’ procession

    Bamnia : A grand ‘Varghoda’ procession of devotees, who have been observing fasts during chaturmas, was taken out under the guidance of noted Jain seers Sadhvi Ratnashrayreeji and Tatvatayashreeji in the town here on Sunday.

  • Dipa Karmakar, Heena Sidhu check-in

    Rio de Janeiro : Promising gymnast Dipa Karmakar, the women’s hockey team and shooter Heena Sidhu on Sunday checked into the Olympic Village to further boost the Indian contingent at the Rio Games beginning on August 5.

  • SDM Vyas bidden adieu by patwari sangh

    Khachrod : Khachrod SDM Ashok Vyas has been accorded warm farewell on his retirement in a function held at local Sanjog Garden here on Sunday. Addressing the function upper district session judge Vivek Shrivastav said that all the judgments given by SDM Vyas were based on his moral values.

  • German shepherd

    Hamilton extends F1 lead

  • Liverpool down Milan

    Sacramento : Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is highly impressed with their 2-0 win over AC Milan in the International Champions Cup.

  • Theatre-like experience with Noble Skiodo TV new offering

    Riding high on the success of its exclusive partnership with Amazon, Noble Skiodo TV, a brand has revolutionized TV viewing experience in India with its high end technology at budgeted prices & also exclusive Technological tie-up with Skiodo Inc. from Silicon Valley announces the launch of its latest, a new standard of high definition that raises the viewing bar higher than ever, its UHD (4K) Noble 42KT424KSMN01 LED TV the budget model

  • Barcelona win

    Dublin : A blond-haired Lionel Messi failed to get on the scoresheet but it hardly mattered as under-strength Barcelona taught Celtic a footballing lesson in a Dublin friendly.

  • Most cases related to govt depts

    Garoth: A mega National Lok Adalat was successfully organised on the Garoth court premises here on Saturday. During the programme, total 254 cases have been settled, among which 45 cases have been solved through mediation on the spot. Rs 1.7 lakh has been recovered in the adalat. Majority of the cases brought up in Lok Adalat were related to government departments. Chief municipal officer Bane Singh Solanki, NS Pandey and RI Jogendra

  • Enjoying the little things in life…Facebook style

    Indore : In our childhood days, parents challenged us to take up a task, so that we could move out of our comfort zone and try new things. Challenges have taken a fun turn on Facebook, where friends are challenging each other to try black and white photography, spread the love of music and polish their photography skills.

  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic backs Paul Pogba

    Sweden : Newly-signed Manchester United star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is hoping that Paul Pogba completes his much discussed move to the English Premier League club and that  his arrival will make the club “even more interesting”.