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  • Varun, Prabhas recreate iconic Kattapa-Baahubali moment

    Mumbai: The mystery behind Kattapa killing Baahubali may have been resolved, but Varun Dhawan still seems to be smitten by the iconic moment as he recreated it with “Baahubali” star Prabhas. Prabhas, who was holidaying in the US post the release of “Baahubali: The Conclusion” is back to the country, and recently met the Bollywood actor.

  • PM Modi to do Yoga on Indian mattress on International Yoga day: What’s so special about it?

    The preparations for the International Yoga day on June 21 are in final stages. Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath and around 51,000 yoga enthusiasts will take part in this event in Lucknow. This time around one mattress has been created for PM Modi and PM has liked it immensely.

  • EU, Britain possible to strike ‘fair deal’: Official

    Brussels, It’s possible for the European Union (EU) and Britain to strike a fair Brexit deal which is “far better than no deal”, an EU official said. “Both for the EU and the UK, a fair deal is possible, and far better than no deal, that is what I say to David today, that is why we will work all the time with the UK and never against the UK,” chief negotiator Michel Barnier said

  • Ujjain: Villagers oppose cattle shed for stray cattle

    Ujjain: Ujjain Municipal Corporation has planned a cattle shed in village Ratnakhedi near village Chintaman. However, the project has been opposed by villagers. They alleged that the UMC had grabbed the land of poor in the name of cattle shed.

  • Ujjain: FIR to be filed against bribe seekers: collector

    Ujjain: Collector Sanket Bhondve has ordered FIR against government employees demanding bribe. He made the announcement in timeline meeting on Monday. District heads of all government officers have been ordered to prevent their employees from demanding money to discharge their duties and added that in case of failure FIR would be lodged and strict action would be initiated against the guilty.

  • Mumbai: 85% diabetics undergo amputations, says doctors

    Mumbai: According to data released during the ‘National Conference on Diabetes’ held in Mumbai on June 17, due to lack of availability of appropriate wound treatment, almost 85% diabetics are forced to undergo amputations. Dr Roy Patankar, Zen Hospital director, said amputations are done only on those patients whose diabetes are not under control due to which treating the amputation gets difficult.

  • Ujjain: Training programme on the preventive measures Silicosis at UEC

    Ujjain: A 2-week training programme affiliated with AICTE and AISTE, on environment management to prevent the disease silicosis will be held in Ujjain Engineering College (UEC). The training programme is designed particularly for workers of the slate pencil industries of Mandsaur, who are the main victims of silicosis. The inauguration ceremony was conducted at the seminar hall in the presence of chief guest, Mukesh Jain, deputy director of industrial health and safety.

  • Portugal fights deadliest wildfire, 62 dead

    Lisbon: Portugal on Monday struggled to control the deadliest wildfire in its history that has devastated the central region of Leiria, with officials putting the death toll at 62. The fire, which began on Saturday afternoon, ignited in the municipality of Pedrogao Grande in Leiria, a huge plain with small villages crisscrossed by several national roads.

  • Ujjain: Admission process gets underway in colleges

    Ujjain: First phase of online admission for undergraduate and postgraduate courses in private and government colleges has begun. For 17, 000 seats in various streams, only 5,000 online applications have been received. The second phase of admission will be conducted later. Delay in opening of admission link has been cited as reason for low turnout of applications.

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    International Yoga Day 2017: From Shubhangi Atre to Shashank Vyas, who are inspired by Yoga!

    International day of yoga is also called as the world yoga day was celebrates on June 21, this year. Yoga in India is considered to be around 5,000 year old mental, physical and spiritual practice. Yoga was originated in India in ancient time when people were used of meditation to transform their body and mind. Launching a particular date of practicing yoga all across the world. Today we bring you the list

  • Tiger Woods says he is getting ‘professional help’

    Miami, Tiger Woods, arrested three weeks ago for impaired driving, said today he is receiving “professional help” to manage his medications and help cope with back pain and a sleep disorder.

  • Ujjain: Congress leaders demonstrate against dirty water supply

    Ujjain: Protesting against supply of contaminated and malodorous water, Congress leaders staged a ‘dharna’ at the office of Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC), with demonstrations and anti government placards, led by opposition leaders, Rajendra Vashishtha and Maya Trivedi.

  • UP: One arrested in connection with 190 seized turtles

    Firozabad: The police arrested one person in connection with 190 turtles they seized from Uttar Pradesh’s Firozabad. The police have registered a case against the accused and the forest department officials were later informed about the incident.

  • Bhopal: Two-day painting exhibition marks Father’s Day

    Bhopal: To mark the Father’s Day, a two-day painting exhibition ‘Tribute to Father’ of artists Deepanshi and Deepansh Vajpayee began at Jawahar Bal Bhawan on Monday. As many as 25 acrylic works of the child artists are on display which appreciated by the art lovers.

  • Bhopal: NHRC team arrives to probe complaints

    Bhopal: A three-member probe team of National Human Rights Commission headed by Pupul Dutta Prasad, SSP and incharge of Group 3 Investigation Division of the Commission arrived here on Monday to investigate complaints of barbaric and inhuman behaviour with 21 SIMI under-trials in Bhopal Central Jail.

  • Video footage helps identify London mosque attacker

    London: A 47-year-old suspect who was arrested at the scene of an alleged terror attack that killed one person outside a London mosque has been identified thanks to video images captured during his arrest, the media reported. The suspect, who lived in Wales and was identified as Darren Osborne, was held by a crowd who had witnessed him drive a van into a group of Muslim faithful, Efe news reported.

  • Bhopal: Congress stages massive demo in support of farmers at Sagar

    Bhopal: The government is conducting investigations against Sagar municipal corporation mayor in a corruption case and four months have passed, no report has been filed, said leader of opposition Ajay Singh while addressing farmers and party workers at Sagar on Monday. The BJP is supporting tainted public representative, he added.

  • Eat grapes to kill colon cancer cells: Study

    Washington D.C.: Start eating grapes daily, as a research has revealed that the compounds, found in the skin and seeds of grapes, may help in killing colon cancer stem cells. The compounds, resveratrol, which are found in grape skins and seeds, could also eventually lead to treatments to help prevent colon cancer, said Jairam K.P. Vanamala from Penn State Hershey Cancer Institute.

  • Bhopal: Take effective measures to conserve Upper Lake: Bhopal Citizens’ Forum

    Bhopal: The Bhopal Citizens’ Forum, an organisation of eminent residents of Bhopal who raises issues related to the city, on Monday urged the administration and authorities concerned to take effective measures to conserve Upper Lake. The organisation lead by its convenor Harish Bhawnani held a press conference on Monday at a city-based restaurant.