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  • Bhopal : New arrivals at Van Vihar, 4 big cats brought from Assam

    Bhopal: Four new lions have been brought to Van Vihar from Assam State Zoo cum Botanical Garden on Friday morning. The four lions are hybrid lions named Montu, Varu, Laba and Vrinda. A 13-member team along with Van Vihar doctor Atul Gupta and deputy director PK Ghai went to Guwahati to bring these four lions safely to Van Vihar.
    All these four lions are of age 10-12 years. Van Vihar director Smita Rajora said with

  • Bhopal: MP Board’s helpline handling 450 queries daily

    Bhopal: Where our answer sheets would be evaluated and who and how many teachers would do it? What are Narendra Modi’s and Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s scholarship schemes for students? How many marks are required for getting a laptop? These are some of the questions being asked by the students who just appeared in Class 10 and 12 exams of MP Board on the board’s helpline numbers. The helpline is basically meant to counsel depressed

  • Ujjain: Tributes paid to Ramesh Agrawal

    Ujjain: A condolence meet for the late chairman of Dainik Bhaskar group, Ramesh Agrawal was conducted at Chardham temple akhand ashram under the guidance of Mahamandleshawar Shanti Swaroopanandgiri. He was also the trustee of the Chardham temple. Rameshchandra Mittal, Omprakash Agrawal, Ashok Prajapat, Mangilal Baheti and other members were present at the meet.

  • Ujjain: Sanitation worker’s husband assaulted, dies

    Ujjain: Husband of a sanitation worker died after a dispute followed by assault by another employee on Thursday evening. According to details available, Ishaq, resident of Jansapura, whose wife is a sanitation worker of Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC), died after he was assaulted by Harun Sattar. The condition of Ishaq began to worsen post the assault and he was rushed to Civil Hospital where he died during treatment.  According to wife of

  • Bhopal: Diggvijay, Arun Yadav fight shy of giving credit to Scindia for Ater win

    BHOPAL: The way the Congress satraps have reacted to the party’s victory in the Ater assembly bye-polls is evidence enough – if any was needed – that the solemn protestations of the leaders of contesting the 2018 Vidhan Sabha elections unitedly were a formality – if not a sham.

  • Ujjain: 50% exemption in electricity bills of poor

    Ujjain: Madhya Pradesh government is giving 50 per cent exemption in unpaid electricity bills for people living below poverty line and living in slums. Energy minister Paras Jain inaugurated ‘samadhan’ camp in Vallabh Nagar on Friday. Jain appealed to eligible people to take benefit of the camp and pay their subsidized electricity bills due until January. On the occasion, ward corporator Vineeta Sharma, Vivek Joshi, Mohan Jaiswal, Madhya Pradesh Electricity Board chief

  • Ujjain: ‘Gram Uday se Bharat Uday’ campaign inaugurated

    Ujjain: City administration launched ‘Gram Uday se Bharat Uday’ campaign in Devanghat of Bolasa village of Ujjain janpad on Friday. The campaign was inaugurated by lighting a lamp before the portrait of BR Ambedkar on his birth anniversary.

  • Bhopal: Temp rises across state, Bhopal records season’s max at 42.2

    There is no respite from the heat as the temperature increased further on Friday throughout the state. In Bhopal, the maximum was 42.2 degrees and the highest temperature in the state was recorded in Gwalior which sizzled at 43.5 degrees, followed by 43.4 in Khajuraho, 41.5 in Indore and 40.8 in Jabalpur.

  • Ujjain: Tax practitioners organise seminar on GST

    Ujjain: Tax Practitioners Association of Ujjain organised a seminar on GST to discuss the nuances of the new tax to be levied on sale, manufacture and consumption of goods and services at the national level tentatively from July 1.

  • Ujjain: Youth murdered on railway platform

    Ujjain: A youth was murdered on Thursday night between Railway platform number 2 and 3. On being informed Government Railway Police station town inspector Nitin Batham and FSL officer Arvind Nayak reached the spot. According to details available the youth had sustained severe head injury as a serious wound was found on his skull. According to police the body has not been identified as of now, however, a case was registered and

  • National trials for karate championship in Ujjain

    Ujjain: National trials for karate players of Madhya Pradesh will be held at local Railway community hall on Sunday from 9 am to 6 pm in which around 250 players from various places in the state will take part.

  • Ujjain: Babasaheb Ambedkar remembered on his 126th birth anniversary

    Ujjain: Many organisations and political parties celebrated 126TH birth anniversary of Baba Saheb Bhimrao Ambedkar on Friday. On this occasion statue of Ambedkar located at Tower Chowk was garlanded and hundreds of his followers paid obeisance to him.

  • Ujjain Municipal Corporation starts demolition of Premchhaya Parisar after High Court nod

    Ujjain: Indore high court’ s verdict cleared the way for demolition of Premchhaya Parisar structure in Bahadurganj near Chamudnamata Temple by Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC). A team of UMC led by additional commissioner Vishal Singh Chouhan started the demolition work at the Parisar on Friday afternoon.

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    Today’s horoscope By Nilikash P Pradhan

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  • Mayawati foists her brother on party

    The appointment of Bahujan Samaj Party supremo Mayawati’s brother Anand Kumar as party vice-president shows what parties that are based on a personality cult are all about. Oddly, however, Anand has been given the number two position in the party on condition that he will never become an MP, MLA or the Chief Minister. In parties like the BSP, no partyman has the gumption to speak up against brazen family rule. Why

  • Afghan bombing a sign of US muscularity

    With the deployment of the most powerful US conventional bomb to have ever been used in combat, US President Donald Trump has signalled a more muscular US foreign policy towards the Islamic State (ISIS). It is indeed a reflection of the fear that war weary ISIS fighters are seeking sanctuaries and attack bases in Afghanistan with US and Russian forces playing active roles in Syria and Iraq.

  • Break the Grand feudal Pakistani alliance

    The roots of export of terror from Pakistan lie in the Grand feudal alliance that the leaders of that country have cobbled up. Nehru had implemented land reforms in India that broke the backbone of rural feudal lords. He also put private businesses on the leash by declaring that commanding heights of the economy will be held by the public sector. Indira Gandhi carried that movement forward with the nationalisation of banks

  • Government must abandon righteous denial

    Not just Tarun Vijay, the former Bharatiya Janata Party MP, but most Indians would be horrified to learn that a conference of American foreign service officials held in New Delhi in 1949 recommended that as many black diplomats as possible should be posted to newly independent India. They would have been shocked to hear Larry Wilson, the American consul in Bombay, “a big, genial-looking café-au-lait-coloured Negro”, whisper awestruck to Saunders Redding, a

  • Bhopal: Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar remembered on 126th birth anniversary

    SEHORE / HOSHANGABAD / CHHATARPUR / MORENA: The 126th birth anniversary of Dr BR Ambedkar, the Father of the Indian Constitution was celebrated in different parts of the state on Friday.
    In Sehore, the Dr Ambedkar Janmotsava Samiti held different programmes to commemorate Ambedkar. A prayer meeting was held at 9 am at Ambedkar Park at Murdi Mohalla Ganj. Thousands of persons prayed to Lord Buddha at the programme. This was followed by a rally,

  • No one will go on espionage mission with passport: VK Singh

    Mumbai: The Minister of State (MoS) for External Affairs, General (Retired) VK Singh, strongly denounced Pakistan for pronouncing death sentence to the retired Indian Navy officer Kulbhushan Jadhav. Singh assured that all necessary steps are being taken to safeguard Jadhav.