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  • Trump asks people to stop harassment of Muslims, Latinos

    Washington, Saddened by the reports of harassment of Muslims, African Americans and Latinos following his victory in the election, President-elect Donald Trump has for the first time publicly asked people to “Stop it”.

  • Demonetisation: Haphazard parking near banks compounds woes

    Indore: While the mad rush to exchange old notes continued on day four on Sunday, haphazard parking was another problem faced by the public. With offices and other commercial establishments closed on Sunday, some banks had ample space for parking while road was used for parking at many other banks disrupting the traffic.

  • Corruption Strike: People spend Sunday waiting in serpentine queues

    • Crowd swells due to bank holiday on Guru Nanak Jayanti
    • Panic as ATMs may not function for some weeks

    BHOPAL: Non-functional ATMs and the fact that banks will remain closed on Guru Nanak Jayanti on Monday robbed the charm of Sunday for the city residents. People waited in queues from morning till evening instead of spending time with their family members. The news that ATMs

  • Shahdol by-polls: Prestige of eight ministers at stake 

    BHOPAL: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and BJP candidate Gyan Singh are devoting all their energies to ensure the party’s victory in the Shahdol Lok Sabha bye-polls but the prestige of eight ministers is also at stake in the elections. Chouhan has deputed these ministers – one for each assembly segment – in the constituency. They have been asked not to interfere in the other assembly segments and focus only on their

  • IAS Prakash Jangare reinstated in Bhopal

    BHOPAL: Prakash Jangare who was suspended for not taking CM Helpline complaint when he was Katni Collector, has been reinstated within three months.

  • Elderly couple murder case: Two arrested in connection with sensational murder in Indore

    Indore: Two persons were arrested in connection with sensational murder of an elderly couple in posh township of the city on November 6. One of the accused was employed as attendant to take care of paralysed man. The two accused were booked under various Sections of the IPC and are being questioned.

  • Scholarships of wards of cops raised in Bhopal

    BHOPAL: The children of police personnel will get now get more money for higher education. The students of IITs and other professional courses will get Rs 2 lakh per year.

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    People of India united to fight black money: BJP on Demonetisation

    Mumbai: Acknowledging the temporary inconvenience being caused to the general public by the government’s demonetisation announcement, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), however, said national interest is more important at the present time, and by and large, the people were in support of this initiative to end black money transactions.

  • World Diabetes Day: Adopt healthy lifestyle to keep diabetes at bay

    BHOPAL: Globally one in two adults with diabetes is undiagnosed. It makes them particularly susceptible to the complications of the condition, causing substantial disability and premature death.  In Bhopal the majority of diabetics are Type 2 diabetics. Up to 70 per cent of type 2 diabetes cases can be prevented or delayed by adopting healthier lifestyles.

  • ‘No monitoring mechanism at ashramshalas’

    Four more people have been arrested following the suspension of all the teaching and non-teaching employees of Nimbaji Kokre ashramshala in Buldhana district, for their alleged involvement in the rape of minor tribal girls of the school.

  • Will take only $1 salary as President: Donald Trump

    New York: US President-elect Donald Trump said that he will reject the presidential annual salary of $400,000 and will take only the minimum required: one dollar a year.

  • Out of the box thinking key to entrepreneurship

    BHOPAL: Ravindra Pastor, commissioner of Ujjain inaugurated a two-day All-India conclave “Coalescence 2016″at IIFM campus on Saturday. The theme of the event was “Business, climate change and society: Bridging the sustainability divide”. Professor A.K Dharni gave the welcome speech. Pastor provided insights into rural entrepreneurship and hidden opportunities in rural markets. He told students how the government is helping entrepreneurs, which is creating a favourable environment for start-ups in the country.