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    Your day by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries: Arians may get very exciting news about career promotion and development. Family life and marital relation will be very satisfactory for most of them. Keep a tight watch on your spending.

  • Bhopal: Global meet on engineering research

    BHOPAL: A two-day International Conference on ‘Advances in Engineering Research and Applications ICAERA-2016’ was inaugurated at Oriental College of Technology on Thursday. Vivek Porwal, Managing Director; MPMKVVCL Bhopal was the chief guest and the keynote speakers were Prof. Ramesh Bansal, Professor, University of Pretoria South Africa, and Dr. S.N. Singh, Professor IIT Kanpur. Conference Convener Prof. Preeti Gupta welcomed all the guests and informed the delegates about advances in engineering research and

  • Bhopal: Campionites bag medals in chess, karate champs

    BHOPAL: Dhruv Narayan Singh Rana and Aditya Krishna Dev Burman of Campion School grabbed Gold Bronze medals respectively in the First Open International Karate Championship organised by Shotokan Ryu Chidokai Karate-Do Federation of India held in collaboration with International Karate Rango, Chidokai Karate-Do International at Panjim, Goa.  Rana and Aditya, both students of grade six, did the institution proud by their extraordinary performance.   In another competition, “Bhopal Open Pre-Challenger’s Cup Chess Tournament

  • Bhopal: Traditional tribe woodcrafts workshop begins at IGRMS

    BHOPAL: A fortnight-long workshop on traditional tribal woodcraft titled ‘Katha-Srishti’ commenced on Thursday at Himalaya Village open air exhibition area of Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya. Ten artists from Muria tribe of Bastar region, Chattisgarh and Gond tribal artists from Patangarh, MP are participating in this workshop. The workshop commenced with traditional rituals like breaking coconut and lighting the lamp.  On this occasion, Director, IGRMS was present along with all IGRMS officials

  • Bhopal: Swipe machine installed in Sewa Sadan Eye Hospital

    BHOPAL: A swipe machine was installed in Sewa Sadan Eye Hospital at Sant Hirdaram Nagar with a view to arrange cashless payment facility to patients. The eye patients would now be able to make their Payments through their ATM or debit cards.

  • Bhopal: Workshop for trainee teachers at RMNH

    BHOPAL: Regional Museum of Natural History, started two-day workshop for trainee teachers on low cost teaching aids on Thursday. Selected 25 BEd, DEd students are participating in this workshop. During the introductory session coordinator of workshop and scientist-B, Dr Beenish Rafat told about the role of natural history museum in the field of teaching. Dr Beenish Rafat informed that low cost teaching aids are beneficial in the teaching.

  • Bhopal: CM fetes state players of Indian hockey team

    BHOPAL: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, in a programme at Mantralaya here on Thursday, felicitated players of Indian women’s hockey team, who belonged to the state and took part in the Rio Olympics. These players were trained at MP State Women Hockey Academy. They include Preeti Dubey, Poonam Rani and Monica Malik. Anuradha Devi could not attend the function.

  • Mumbai: Doppler radar delay, BMC blames it on Jayalalithaa’s death

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Thursday was surprised with the reason doled out by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) for delaying the decision on finalising a site for installation of Doppler radar system. The civic body cited the deaths of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa and former Mumbai Mayor Ramesh Prabhu as the cause for their delay.

  • Bhopal: ‘Wine Dinner’ at Marriott on Dec 17

    BHOPAL: Courtyard by Marriott is organising the first ever Wine Dinner on December 17 at Bay Leaf-fine dining restaurant where executive chef Ravinder Singh Panwar and CJ Wines will be enthralling the taste buds of people of Bhopal with sumptuous food and wines.

  • Bhopal: Workshop on mgmt education at BSSS

    BHOPAL : A two-day national workshop on ‘Innovation in Management Education’ began at Bhopal School of Social Sciences (BSSS) on Thursday.  Sponsored by UGC, the objective of the workshop is promoting excellence in teaching by providing participants with ideas for effective and creative educational experiences in college, university, classrooms, in the surrounding community and environment. The participants are the Academicians corporate delegates, faculties from various colleges from Bhopal and outside, Research Scholars.

  • Mumbai, Chhagan Bhujbal, Prostate surgery, Former Maharashtra deputy Chief minister, Lilavati hospital, Chhagan bhujbal health updates,

    Aiding Chhgan Bhujbal: Dr T P Lahane, files affidavit in defence

    Mumbai: In a bid to defend himself from the allegations of ‘facilitating’ overstay of Chhagan Bhujbal in a private hospital, Dr. TP Lahane, dean of the government-run JJ Hospital on Thursday filed an additional affidavit in a special court.

  • Indore: Rs 100 fine for open defecation

    Indore: In a move aimed at making the city free from open defecation, Indore Municipal Corporation has decided to impose a fine of Rs 100 on people found answering to nature’s call in open.

  • Mumbai: Teacher who ‘raped’ girl nabbed in Delhi

    Mumbai: Harishankar Awadh Shukla alias Raj Shukla (40), a physical training teacher at the Mahatma Gandhi Mission school in Nerul has been arrested by the Navi Mumbai Crime Branch in connection with the sexual assault of a 13-year-old girl in the school premises in April this year. Shukla was suspended from the school in September, after which he fled from his Koparkhairane residence.

  • Indore: Notice to two teachers over ABVP convention

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) on Thursday issued notices to two of its teachers after NSUI activists staged a protest during university’s Executive Council meeting stating that the duo had given their consent for printing their names in invitation card of ABVP national convention.

  • Focus now on printing of `500 notes

    New Delhi : The Finance Ministry on Thursday said that the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) was now focusing on printing of Rs 500 notes which would ease the liquidity situation over the next 2-3 weeks.

  • Govt won’t print `15.44 lakh cr

    New Delhi : The Union government on Thursday said that it has no intention of printing new notes worth the entire Rs 15.44 lakh crore, that was in circulation in high denomination notes before demonetisation.

  • Delhi banker sent to judicial custody

    New Delhi : A court here sent Axis Bank’s suspended manager (operations) and a man, who were arrested in the case of alleged irregularities in conversion of demonetised notes, to judicial custody till December 26.