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  • Indore: Prestige College, Maheshwari Institute hold workshop on advance MS Excel

    Indore: Prestige College (PG) and Maheshwari Institute jointly organised a two-day workshop on ‘Financial functions using excel’. The workshop was conducted by Maheshwari Institute, central India’s leading financial training institute. Workshop was conducted in Prestige College campus and was attended by more than 200 students from MBA programme.

  • Indore: Abduction and murder of infant, Police still clueless

    Indore: Police are still clueless in the abduction and murder case of one-and-half-year-old boy in Chandan Nagar area. Police have detained few suspects, including deceased’s uncle with whom the deceased was last seen, for questioning.

  • Indore: DAVV to conduct surprise inspection in colleges

    Indore: Poor performance by students in semester exams has prompted Devi Ahilya Vishwa vidy-alaya (DAVV) to conduct surprise inspection in colleges to establish whether classes are held regularly or not.

  • Indore: Despite relationships we fail to relate with our own people

    Indore: “A major problem that we are facing today is inability to connect with people around. We have relationship but we are unable to relate with our own people. The reason is lack of energy. Because of this, social intelligence is missing to connect with the society around.”

  • Good to protest but go on with the game

    Indo-Australian cricketing relations have never been hunky-dory but this time around they seem to have touched the depths. The incident in the second Test in Bengaluru when Aussie captain Steve Smith looked towards the dressing room when the field umpire declared him out, apparently looking for guidance, militates against not only the spirit of the game but also violates its rulebook. The sharp reaction of Indian skipper Virat Kohli to it, virtually accusing Smith

  • Aseemanand acquittal raises questions

    The acquittal of Swami Aseemanand, who had been accused of masterminding the terror attack at the Ajmer Dargah in Ajmer town of Rajasthan in 2007, is a huge blow to the investigators of the case and those who propounded the theory of ‘Hindutva terror.’ While six others besides Aseemanand were also acquitted by the special National Investigation Agency court in Jaipur, three, including Sunil Joshi, believed to be the key executor and conspirator of

  • Turmoil in campuses: Lessons from Trumpism

    Two parallel “ultra nationalism” narratives are running in India and the US, driving a wedge between communities and compatriots. However, in the US, enlightened citizens, powerful media houses, governors, judges and even Hollywood celebrities have publicly slammed the President for his polarising policy initiatives and none, mind you, has dubbed them “anti-nationals” or traitors out to divide the country; a salute to America’s vibrant, inclusive democracy and robust institutional framework.

  • Will UP boost PM’s confidence?

    REGIONALISM is a strong force and this has implications for national parties such as the BJP which wants a footprint all over the country. The results will also have to be seen in conjunction with what happens in Punjab, Manipur and Goa. Gujarat comes later in the year and that is a state Modi cannot afford to lose.

  • foetuses

    Medicines used for abortion found at the hospital of accused doctor in Pune

    Pune: Sangli police found out large amount of medicines used to abort foetuses at the hospital of Dr Babasaheb Khidrapure on March 9. Besides police has taken his wife into custody for enquiry in connection with 19 foetuses found dumped at a village in Sangli district on March 5.

  • Indore: Maa Narmada a blessing for Malvanchal says Deepak Joshi

    Dewas: On the 89th day, the Namami Devi Narmade Seva Yatra reached Loharda-Kannod block of Dewas district on Thursday where minister of state for technical education Deepak Joshi addressed the Jan-Sanvad programme. Citizens in large numbers were present during the programme.

  • Mumbai: A special ride for a child with rare kidney disorder

    Mumbai: On the occasion of World Kidney Day on March 9, Bai Jerbai Wadia Hospital, Parel, assembled more than 100 kids who went on a tour on a double-decker bus around South Mumbai to spread awareness about kidney donation.

  • Indore: Two arrested with country-made revolver

    Mhow: Kishanganj police arrested two persons with two country-made revolver, two live cartridges and one sharp edged weapon during a checking drive here in Kishanganj area on Wednesday night.

  • Bhopal-Ujjain train blast: Ratlam rail division initiates probe

    RATLAM: Ratlam rail division has instituted its probe into the Bhopal–Ujjain passenger train blast incident with entire on duty railway staff deputed between Bairagarh to Jabdi railway stations at the time of blast starts recording their statements with the inquiry panel. The process will continue for next couple of days.

  • Mumbai: BMC official fined for not replying to an RTI query

    Mumbai: A penalty of Rs 25,000 has been imposed on a civic official from Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s L ward (Kurla) by Ratnakar Gaikwad, State Information Officer, for failing to reply to a Right to Information (RTI) inquiry.

  • Indore: PM’s speech telecast at IWD celebration by DMC

    Dewas: International Women’s Day was celebrated here at Dewas Municipal Corporation (DMC) on Wednesday with a direct telecast of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech from Gujarat. Mayor Subhash Sharma, district president Mahendra Kunwar, Dewas Municipal Corporation commissioner Himanshu Singh, city board president Om Joshi, mayor-in-council members, councillors listened to Modi’s speech here.

  • Indians travelling during Holi this year has doubled

    Mumbai: Domestic tourists travelling during the Holi weekend this year has more than doubled compared to the corresponding period in 2016, with Goa continuing to be the favourite destination.

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