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    Your day by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries: Strike while the iron is hot, don’t wait for next day. Be careful about what you say you may have to tackle some issues tactfully. Work pressures will more in the morning.

  • Bhopal: 25-year-old married woman ends life

    BHOPAL: A 25-year-old married woman committed suicide by hanging self at Haneef Colony under Nishatpura Police station on Friday. The incident came to light when her husband returned from his work and found her hanging from the ceiling of the room.

  • Bhopal: Assistant collector Sanskriti Jain inspects village

    HOSHANGABAD: Assistant collector trainee Sanskriti Jain visits Kajlas of village panchayat Nanpa and did the inspection of the toilet and also praised the people for toilet construction. Former district panchayat member Chandragopal Malaiya and janpad vice chairman Atul Gaur motivated the villagers for toilet construction on 26 November, after eleven days, thirty five toilets have been constructed and on 10 December the whole village will become ODF since the village people are

  • Bhopal: MVA students clear Maths Olympiad phase-I

    Burhanpur: Around seven students of Macro Vision Academy (MVA) cleared phase I of regional Mathematics Olympiad on Thursday and are now gearing up to excel in the second round of the competition.According to information, Shlok Nemani, Khushi Rawat, Akshat Patil, Priyanshi Patel, Samiksha Bhawsar, Vipul Yadav and Unnati Garg will leave for Jabalpur for mathematics Olympiad phase II to be held on January 15. “Around 25 students get selected from each state

  • Bhopal: Poems galore at Akhil Bharatiya Kavi Sammelan

    Shajapur: Akhil Bharatiya Kavi Sammelan was organised on the bus stand premises here on Wednesday night in memory of poet and writer Pandit Balkrishna Naveen. A large number of poets from all over the country, including, Dr Kumar Vishwas, Anjum Rahwar, Ashsih Anal, Jani Bairagi, Govind Rathi and Deepshika Sagar, participated in the programme and recited their poems.

  • Bhopal: Collector gives away sweaters to tribal kids

    HOSHANGABAD:  Collector Avinash Lavania and his wife Megha Lavania distributed sweater to tribal children of tribal hermitage boys, English medium. A program was organised under the aegis of Adarsh woman club, the chairperson of the club Nirja Faujdar gave the information that the club is continuously doing the work in social areas and it also conduct various activities. This club made available the sweater for the children and collector appreciated this noble

  • Bhopal: Laxman Pandit, Dalchand Sharma get Tansen Samman

    BHOPAL: Well-known classical singer Pt. Laxman Krishnarao and Pakhawaj player Pt. Dalchand Sharma  would be felicitated with  Tansen Samman.  They would be presented Rs 2 lakh for their immense contribution in Hidustani music.

  • Bhopal: Cities should be inclusive

    BHOPAL: An accessibility workshop was organised by the School of Planning and Architecture here on Friday in collaboration with the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment and the Centre for Human Centric Research.

  • Bhopal: She neither speaks nor hears but never misses shuttlecock

     BHOPAL: In these times when most of children are not taking interest in indoor and outdoor games and are occupied with smart phones and computers, nine-year-old badminton player Gauranshi Sharma, who can’t hear and speak, stands out as a shining inspiration.

  • Mumbai: Opposition unhappy with Doppler radar site

    Mumbai: In what can spell more troubles for civic chief Ajoy Mehta, the opposition leader in the civic body is likely to oppose the proposal of the site finalised for installing the Doppler radar in Mumbai. Congress leader Pravin Chheda has expressed displeasure for the installation of Doppler radar at Veravali as a part of the plot was previously reserved for setting up a reservoir plant.

  • Bhopal: Drama fest begins with ‘Kosi Ka Ghatwar’

    BHOPAL: A three-drama fest began with play ‘Kosi Ka Ghatwar’ at Shaheed Bhawan on Friday. Based on stories, the fest is being organised by Rangvidushak Theatre Group, Bhopal.

  • Bhopal: Rural economy will be made cashless says Bisen

    BHOPAL: The fourth edition of the “International Agri and Horti Technology Expo” began at the Bittan Market, Dussehra Ground here on Friday. The expo, which has close to 125 stalls, was inaugurated by agriculture minister Gaurishankar Bisen. It would conclude on December 11. Participating organisations have displayed farming machines, dairy equipments and drip irrigation systems besides putting up information kiosks on agriculture and horticulture, soil testing, nursery in the expo. The expo

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    Mumbai: Monsoon woes to continue as road repair work crawls

    Mumbai: Mumbaikers will have a hard time in the next monsoon as poor road conditions and traffic problems will set to continue. Going by the delay adopted by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s (BMC), the road repair work worth Rs 2,700 crore has been moving at snail’s pace. The road work began on October 16 and till now only five roads have been completed.

  • Bhopal: Academy boxers back from Russia with medals

    BHOPAL: The players of Madhya Pradesh Boxing Academy won five medals in the International training-cum-competition held in Korolov city of Russia. Academy’s Divya Pawar (46 kg category) and Deepa Kumari (54 kg category) won gold medals. Mani Singh Gaur (50 kg category) and Shruti Yadav (69 kg category)  won silver medals. Anjali Sharma (48 kg category) won a bronze medal. Sports minister Yashodhara Raje Scindia has congratulated the players on their achievement.

  • Bhopal: Blood donation at MCU

    BHOPAL: A blood donation camp was organised at Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and Communication here on Friday in collaboration with the HDFC Bank and the Hamidia Hospital. Around 75 units of blood was donated in the camp by the students, teachers, officers and employees. University’s registrar Lajpat Ahuja, in his address, said donating blood gives one a feeling of satisfaction and promotes humanity.

  • Bhopal: IGRMS staff clean premises

    BHOPAL: As part of the ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’ all employees and officers of IGRMS joined hands to clean the Veethi Sankul complex, Tribal Habitat open air exhibition, Mythological trail, Avritti Bhavan and Charaivati on the Museum premises on Friday. Grass was trimmed, old furniture was removed and insecticide was sprayed on exhibits. Banners and signage at different places of the Sangrahalaya were spruced up. Water coolers and toilets were cleaned to provide

  • Indore: Dentist leaps to death

    Indore: A 30-year-old dentist, who was pursuing MDS from a city college, allegedly jumped off the third floor of an apartment building in White Church Colony here on Friday. The reason of taking extreme step could not be ascertained as no suicide note was recovered from him.

  • Indore: IIMUN meet aims at building community of life-long learners

    Indore: Inaugurating their third conference in the city, Indian International Model United Nations (IIMUN) founder Rishabh Shah talked about India leading the world with eastern philosophy and efforts. The 3-day conference was inaugurated by rock star Leslie Lewis at New Digamber Public School on Friday.