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    Eknath Khadse gets breather in land case

    Mumbai: In a temporary relief to former minister Eknath Khadse, the Pune Police on Tuesday informed the Bombay High Court that ‘prima facie’ it does not have any evidence to prosecute him in the alleged land deal case. The HC however warned the Maharashtra government that it would pass orders for initiating probe against Khadse.

  • Indore: DAVV eyes students from South Asian countries

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwa-vidyalaya (DAVV) is aiming big. It is eyeing students from South Asian countries for pursuing post-graduate programmes at its teaching departments.

  • Indore: ISSW may lose affiliation if it violates HC order

    Indore: Indore School of Social Work (IISW), which is reluctant to give charge of principal to senior most professor despite Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court’s order for the same, would not only face contempt of court but also lose affiliation from Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV).

  • Indore: Stakeholders to meet over next phase of airport overhaul

    Indore: Gearing up for the next phase of overhaul of the city airport, district administration will soon organise a meeting of all stakeholders to discuss plan of action and other major issues, including acquisition of 28 acre land by the airport authorities.

  • Indore Crime Roundup: Ganja smugglers nabbed

    Indore: Heera Nagar Police nabbed narcotics smugglers and seized 1.64 kg ganja from their possession. The contraband was seized when the cops are rounding up listed criminals and arrested two criminals identified as Mahesh Prajapati and Mohit Upadhaya. A search on their person revealed 1.64 kg ganja. The duo told police they bought the ganja from one Sunil Chanewaala, a listed goon in Ujjain. The two were booked under NDPS Act.  Based

  • Indore: French students breathe charm into poor patients

    Indore: The five-day eye camp organised by Daly College at Kesarbai Raghuvanshi Dharamshala is surely giving French students quite an exposure to poor health affairs of underprivileged people in the city. But that apart, the visiting students were more than happy to at least breathe some charm into the life of the oppressed on this Valentine’s Day, as they talked about everything from stories of life struggle to culture to cousine with

  • Indore: Keeping black money is no longer safe as I-T has data

    Indore: Principal chief commissioner of Income Tax department (MP-CG) and director general of investigation wing, Anup Kumar Jaiswal, said here on Tuesday that keeping black money is not a good idea now as the department has data of black money with people. It is better to turn black money into white by paying 49.9% tax than spending huge amount on litigation, he added.

  • Indore: 3-day film festival from February 20

    Indore: Directorate of Film Festivals New Delhi and district administration will jointly organise a three-day film festival on 70 years of country’s independence from February 20.

  • Indore: PSC-2017 model answer sheets out, one question nullified

    Indore: Three days after state civil service prelims-2017 was held, Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission on Monday released model answer sheets of the exam admitting to mistake in one question and nullifying it.

  • Indore: Pithampur accountant’s son in TV sop; film in offing

    Mhow: Resident of house number BM 136 at Pithampur housing colony, accountant Harishran Prasad’s elder son Abhilash Mishra will be seen playing a role in a show of Star Plus named ‘Dil Bole Oberoi’ which is about the love story of Omkara of Bareli and Gauri.

  • Ujjain: MPISSR seminar on agricultural crisis begins

    Ujjain: A two-day seminar on ‘Crisis in Agriculture Sector in Rural India: Issues and challenges’ commenced at Madhya Pradesh Institute of Social Science and Research, here on Tuesday.

  • Ujjain: Termination of trains continues

    Ujjain: Trains between Ujjain/ Indore and Dehradun were terminated till February 15. Now the termination period has been extended. Train number 14310 Dehradun-Ujjain Express will remain terminated till February 28 and the termination of the train departing from Ujjain 14309, Ujjain-Dehradun Express has been extended till March 1. The train departing from Indore 14317 will be short terminated till February 26 at Hardwar station while 14318 which departs from Dehradun, will now

  • Ujjain: Akshat International School holds test to assess student’s confidence level

    Ujjain: Akshat International School organised a challenging test for students to help them realise their confidence level in facing a tough situation. The examination was conducted at Future Vision College and Advance College and was taken by at least 1,400 students. The school also provided snacks to the participants. Certificates were also given to the participating students. The result will be declared on February 18 on the school campus at 10 am.

  • Assembly polls: Voting for 67 seats today in UP Battle

    Lucknow: After an improved voter turnout in the first phase of Uttar Pradesh assembly polls, the battle for ballot in the state enters its second phase, with voting to be held in 67 assembly constituencies spread across 11 districts on Wednesday.

  • Ujjain: Mahakaleshwar Temple to be lighted by solar power

    Ujjain: Mahakaleswar Temple will glitter soon with power supply from an upcoming solar power plant. Temple’s huge expenses on electricity bills will be minimised after installation of the plant. It will be the first jyotirlinga temple having a power generation plant of this kind.