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    Bombay HC takes CBI to task for delay in probing murders of activists

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Wednesday came down heavily on the Central Bureau of Investigations (CBI) and the Special Investigations Team (SIT) for delay in investigating the murder cases of Narendra Dabholkar and Govind Pansare. The court also directed the Joint Director of CBI to file a detailed reply spelling out the steps he proposes to take for solving the case.

  • Indore: Woman raped at coaching centre

    Dewas: Kotwali police told that a woman age 26 has been visiting Sanwariya computer center from last few days and the computer operator Shravan Jaywal is being charged with raping this woman from 16th February till 21st November 2016 time to time. The woman has registered a report on 22nd November at Kotwali. Crime of rape has been registered by the police. The accused has absconded.

  • Indore: MP sanctions Rs 3 lakh for development

    Dewas: Under the local area development scheme on the recommendation of the parliament member Manohar Untwal the collector Ashutosh Awasthi has issued administrative sanction of Rs 1 lakh to the village Samgi of village Panchayat Mundladev, Rs one lakh to village Gorwa and Rs one lakh to village Chayan of Village panchayat  Bhutiya bujurg for the construction of cement concrete road.

  • Mumbai: Shiv Sena claims credit for Centre’s Rs 21,000 crore sop to Co-op banks

    New Delhi: The Shiv Sena today claimed credit after the government announced disbursal of Rs 21,000 crore to district central cooperative banks (DCCBs) to provide loans to farmers, a day after a delegation of its party MPs met Prime Minister Narendra Modi asking him to look into the issue.

  • Ujjain: Women resort to chakka jam

    Ujjain: Women from Gandhi Nagar, Arjun Nagar, New Ashok Nagar, Ekta Nagar, and Kamala Nagar observed a ‘chakkajam’ at Deendayal Complex, Indore Road, against jansamuh officials and employees, who were allegedly harassing them regarding recovery of loans taken by them from the jansamuh.

  • Ujjain: Youth found murdered near Carmel Convent School, Agar Road

    Ujjain: The body of a youth was found at a farmland near Carmel Convent School, Agar Road, on Wednesday morning. The youth, Gulab, 30, a resident of Bhairavgarh, was brutally stabbed, and as many as 22 wounds were found on his body.

  • Indore: INIFD designer showcases her collection in London Fashion Week

    Indore: INIFD designer Priyanka Khurana Goyal walked the ramp showcasing her finest collections in the London Fashion Week (LFW).  She presented her capsule collection each at a show organised by Fashion Scout as a part of LFW. Indore student designers Roshini Gupta and Jimmi Daveda were among the few selected fashion students across India. Student designers Anibha Daga, Pallavi Soni and Lisa were the runners up. “Priyanka felicitated the student designers and

  • Mumbai: Ordeal continues for Campa residents after BMC postpones lessee decision

    Mumbai: The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has postponed the decision to the change of the lessee in its records from Pure Drinks Private Limited to Krishna Developers by a fortnight. This is in association with the Campa Cola Compound case, wherein the BMC disconnected the water and electric supply o the residents in 2014.

  • Indore: LIC to clear claims on priority

    Indore: LIC announced easing of claim settlement process for people affected by the Indore-Patna Express train derailment, which has left around 150 passengers dead. LIC said it has reduced the documentation for claim applications for the train accident victims. As per LIC officials, “Indore branch is coordinating with the railway department to create an accurate list of the deceased and contact their family members. The first nominated person Dudhnath Sharma received his claim

  • Indore: 9 industrialists felicitated

    Indore: Nine outstanding industrialists of the city were felicitated in a ceremony on Wednesday.

  • Mumbai: Health issues on rise as mercury dips

    Mumbai: The air quality in Mumbai city in the last few weeks has been oscillating between poor to average, resulting in increasing number of health issues. Sniffing, cough and viral are the common ailments that people have been suffering from. The twin factors of unusually low temperatures at night time in Mumbai along with slow movement of wind is causing high pollution levels in the city and resulting in a hazy presence of smog.

  • Indore: Youth held for harassing disabled couple for money

    Indore: Police on Wednesday arrested a youth for allegedly harassing a differently-abled couple for money as interest even after getting the principal amount. The couple had borrowed a loan from the accused to pay as down payment for their new house in Silicon City.

  • Indore: Cash crunch in city continues

    Indore: It seems there is no marked change in availability of currency notes in the city. On Wednesday also long queues were witnessed before bank ATMs. Like other days, only selected ATMs were delivering cash on Wednesday.

  • Indore: Patients facing trouble as private hospital reluctant to take cheque

    Indore: Even after two weeks, it seems there is no end to problems caused by currency ban as people are facing difficulty not only in banks and ATMs but also in hospitals, particularly in private ones. Patients admitted in these hospitals are badly hit as the hospital authorities are not taking cheques.

  • Satisfied to get insightful views on demonetisation, says PM Modi

    New Delhi: Expressing his gratitude to the nation for its “historic participation” in a survey on demonetisation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said it’s satisfying to read the insightful views and comments.

  • Cash crisis effect: UP BJP calls off PM’s Lucknow rally

    New Delhi : In a jolt to Prime Minister Modi, the BJP’s Uttar Pradesh unit has called off his much-publicised public rally in Lucknow on December 24, citing the people’s outcry against demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes.

  • Indore: They form ‘Vijay’ to give new lease of life to needy

    Indore: Manoj Ahire, a resident of Musakhedi, was diagnosed with renal infection about a year ago and doctors suggested him to go for dialysis but his economical conditions didn’t permit him to take proper treatment.

  • Even Jaitley was unware of currency ban: Rahul

    New Delhi : Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday demanded Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s presence in the Lok Sabha and said even the Finance Minister was unaware of the demonetisation move.

  • Tell Modi to resolve currency problems: Mayawati to Prez

    New Delhi : BSP chief Mayawati on Wednesday urged President Pranab Mukherjee to tell Prime Minister Narendra Modi to redress the problems faced by the people following demonetisation.