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  • Mumbai: 55,000 chemists in Maharashtra may shut in protest against e-pharmacy today

    Mumbai: In a major blow to patients and common man, 55,000 chemists shops in Maharashtra are likely to be closed today. This development comes on the back of The All India Organisation of Chemists and Druggists (AIOCD) call for nation-wide protest against the Centre’s move to regularise online sale of drugs. Around 8.5 lakh chemist shops across India are said to be taking part in this strike. So, patients would be forced

  • Congress ruled Karnataka toes Rahul Gandhi’s line, disallows beef fest

    Bengaluru: Close on the heels of Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi’s denouncement of slaughtering of a calf in Kerala, the Karnataka government today used police force to stop a “beef fest” organised by a students’ unions to protest against the Centre ban on trade of cattle for
    slaughter here today. In a tweet yesterday night, Gandhi had condemned the slaughtering of cow in public, which resulted in Kerala unit
    of the Congress suspending three

  • Modi, Merkel discuss terrorism, Brexit ahead of summit meeting

    Berlin, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and German Chancellor Angela Merkel have held “very good” discussions on a range of bilateral, regional and global issues like the Brexit consequences, trade and radicalisation in the context of recent terror attacks in Europe.

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    Maharashtra HSC Class 12 Board Result 2017 to be declared today at 1 pm on

    The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) will be declared today afternoon at 1 PM. More than 15 lakh students have given their exams this year and are eagerly waiting for the result. The candidates can check their results on official web portal. Meanwhile, the Maharashtra SSC class 10 results are expected next month.

  • Ujjain: Swarda organises Musical evening

    Ujjain: The music institute recently organised ‘Aati Rahengi Baharen’, a musical evening held at Pritam Lal Sabh Grah. The programme aimed at remembering classic Bollywood songs. A large number of Indoreans gathered on the occasion to let musical epiphany shirk of the week’s exhaustion. Singers Sapna Kekre, Neeta Das, Sanjay Garg, Abhishek Ved, Hemant Jain and Smita Panse enthralled the audience by giving a personal touch to evergreen melodies.

  • ISIS claims car bomb kills 10 in Baghdad

    New York: At least 10 people were killed and 40 other were left injured when a car bomb exploded in central Baghdad early Tuesday.

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    North Korea claims successful test of ballistic missile

    Seoul, North Korea on Tuesday announced that it succeeded in the latest launch of a ballistic missile, which it said features a new high-precision guidance system and a quick launch process, according to state media reports.

  • Indore: EngineerBabu brings techies under one roof

    Indore: In a first of its kind, EngineerBabu, an IT company based at Indore, organised IT Connect event in the city on Saturday. The event was aimed at connecting IT service providers where they could discuss common issues and seek relevant solution for mutual growth. The in-house brainstorming session revolved around innovation in process, impact of GST on IT industry and changes in finances. Founders, co-founders, business development executives, project managers and

  • Indore: Rise in humidity needles citizens, no relief in next couple of days

    Indore: Despite commencement of pre-monsoon activities, Indoreans see no respite from discomfort with increased humidity level making the climate itchy on the fifth day of Nautapa on Monday. With the weather growing unbearable, citizens looked for early arrival of monsoon to ward off heat and humid conditions.

  • Ujjain: City artiste creates music with bamboo and cane

    Ujjain: Percussionist Narendra Kushwaha who specializes in creating musical instruments with bamboo and cane with his unique sense of creativity, has come up with a new range of instruments created with bamboo and cane.

  • Ujjain: Congress takes out vehicle rally

    Ujjain: To highlight poor condition of farmers of our country, a vehicle rally was organized under the leadership of former MP Sajjan Singh Verma and state Congress general secretary Manoj Rajani.

  • Indore: Sikhs commemorate martyrdom of Guru Arjan Dev with community service

    Indore: Paying respect to martyrs is customary, but learning from them is a tradition followed by every Sikh. The claim was evident in several programmes organised by the community members throughout the city to commemorate death anniversary of the first martyr of Sikh faith, Guru Arjan Dev. The programme saw camps being held to provide free care to people hit by sun stroke, while little ones were introduced to social service and

  • Ujjain: Youngest magician of India to present show in the city

    Ujjain: Claimed to be the youngest amongst 325 magicians in India, Shobhit Bairagi ‘Prince’ will present his shows at Premchhaya Parisar, from June 1 to 30 daily. Prince belongs to Shajapur district and is the first magician from Malwa region. He has performed in around 9 States of India including Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Rajasthan, Delhi, Bihar, Punjab, Uttarakhand and Haryana. There will be 2 shows daily lasting 2:25 hours each and

  • Indore: DAVV relents to students’demand, allows BPharm students to pursue MBA (HA) course

    Indore: Good news for students pursuing bachelor of pharmacy (BPharm). Following approval by DAVV, now, BPharm students can also enroll for MBA (Hospital Administration) programme, one of the most sought after courses among medical and dental students. After completing MBA successfully, they will also be able to apply for administrative jobs in hospitals. “There has been a long standing demand of pharmacy students, seeking permission to enroll for MBA (HA) programme.