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    It was obvious that BJP-Shiv Sena alliance won’t last long: NCP

    Mumbai : The Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) on Thursday took potshots at the Shiv Sena-BJP alliance post Uddhav Thackeray’s ‘no alliance comment’, saying that it was evident from the inception of this alliance that the relationship between the two saffron parties would not last long.

  • Bhopal: Prithviraj Chauhan comes alive on stage

    Khachrod: A wonderful, theatrical drama with astounding lights and attractive costumes was presented by Saraswati Shishu Mandir (SSM) on the journey of life of Prithviraj Chauhan. Principal Brajnandan Kumawat said the institution presented this kind of grand drama for the first time in its history where there was immense cooperation from students, teachers, guardians and school committee. It took place in the form of acting, light and sound show on the second

  • Bhopal: Police constable dies after being stung by bees

    Dhar: In a tragic incident, a police head constable died after being stung more than 1,000 times by bees in Dhar district on Tuesday, said district superintendent of police Birendra Kumar Singh.

  • Bhopal: IG Pankaj Kumar visits CRPF camp

    Neemuch: Inspector general of police (IGP) Pankaj Kumar of Madhya Pradesh sector, Bhopal (CRPF) visited the CRPF camp here after he assumed charge recently.  During his visit, officer with DIG Rajiv Ranjan Kumar took quarter guard salute followed by tributes to CRPF martyr place at the camp. Later he visited under-construction additional training centre building to take stock of the situation there as well as family welfare centre and many under-construction buildings

  • Indore: MGM College’s MD (Dermatology) may get MCI recognition again

    Indore: If all goes well, MD (Dermatology) course offered by Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College would again get recognition from Medical Council of India (MCI) and students would be able to purse the programme at low fee as this college is a government run institution.

  • Indore: 5 arrested, one accused on the run

    Indore: Police on Wednesday arrested five persons in connection with the murder of an army jawan and attack on another two days ago. The arrested had attacked the jawans over an old rivalry. A search is on for their accomplice.

  • Veteran journalist Irfan Khan passes away due to illness

    A veteran journalist and communications consultant, Irfan Khan passed away on January 22, in Mumbai  after suffering from long standing illness. Khan started his career in 1957, as a reporter and went on to work with the Press Trust of India, Hindustan Times, Sunday Times London and The Indian Express, among others.

  • UK workplace study finds women forced to wear heels

    London:  Women are being told to wear high heels, revealing dresses and dye their hair blonde, despite gender discrimination being illegal in the UK, a parliamentary study released has found, prompting MPs to call for a new law against imposing sexist dress codes at workplaces, reports PTI. The study – High Heels and Workplace Dress Codes – was commissioned by the House of Commons’ parliamentary committee last year after a petition by

  • Indore: Woman robbed of gold chain by bike borne miscreants

    Indore: A married woman was robbed of her gold chain and a mangalsutra by bike-borne miscreants near her house in Snehlataganj area on Wednesday night. The 33-year-old woman was returning home after taking her son from coaching class when the incident took place. Police are yet to nab the accused.

  • Pak lawmaker threatens self-immolation over sexist remarks

    Karachi : A Pakistani woman lawmaker threatened to self-immolate in the Sindh assembly after a provincial minister passed sexist remarks, inviting her to his private chamber, an incident which highlighted the position of women in the country, reports PTI.

  • BMC elections: Fate of smaller parties hinges on Sena-BJP

    Mumbai: While the Shiv Sena and Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) are silent on alliance talks, many smaller parties are waiting in anticipation for the final decision as their future depends on the saffron tie-up.

  • Sebi bars Vijay Mallya, six others from securities market

    New Delhi : Cracking the whip, regulator Sebi on Wednesday barred beleaguered businessman Vijay Mallya and six others from the securities market in a case related to alleged fund diversions from United Spirits Ltd.

  • Indore: SGSITS to build PG hostels on Vijay Nagar campus

    Indore: Shri Govindram Seksaria Institute of Science and Technology (SGSITS) has decided to take back possession of its land in Vijay Nagar, from where Govindram Seksaria Institute of Management and Research (GSIMR) is operating, and construct hostels for postgraduate students there.

  • Telcos’ free offers to hit lenders, govt tax: Airtel

    New Delhi : In a veiled attack on newcomer Reliance Jio, telecom major Bharti Airtel on Wednesday said free offers by telcos would hit all stakeholders, including lenders, and government revenue.

  • Demonetisation may compel govt to provide stimulus: IndRa

    New Delhi : Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in his Budget on February 1, may have to provide stimulus to the economy reeling under the ‘Tsunami’ of demonetisation, India Ratings and Research said on Wednesday.

  • Indore: DAVV proposes to give Rs 1.5 lakh to injured student

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) has proposed to give Rs 1.5 lakh for medical expenses of student Pallav Bhardwaj, whose body was paralysed after he was injured during a kabadi match on UTD campus about 10 days ago.

  • Note-ban gains may be just `72,800 cr, says Motilal Oswal

    Mumbai : Against trillions of rupees of fiscal and tax gains projected from the note ban, a domestic brokerage on Wednesday said the Government may gain only Rs 72,800 crore from the move — taxes, penalties worth Rs 32,800 crore and Rs 40,000 crore by way of surplus transfer from the RBI.