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  • Rain lashes city, pours misery on Bhopalites

    Bhopal: Roads of the Walled City were waterlogged as heavy rain lashed the city for the second consecutive day on Thursday. Incessant rain has caused severe flooding in low lying areas causing huge inconvenience to residents and commuters. People had a harrowing time clearing the rain water that entered into their houses. Hamidia Road and many other major city roads were waterlogged compelling motorists to wade through it.

  • Mumbai: 6-year-old drops dead while playing in school corridor

    Mumbai: In a bizarre incident, six-year-old Swarang Dalvi, a student of Pawar Public School at Chandivali, Andheri, fainted and dropped dead on Thursday morning on the school premises. Forensic experts from Nagpada Police Hospital suspect that the child’s death is connected to a windpipe blockage, which impeded the oxygen supply, ‘‘resulting in the boy collapsing.”

  • Narayan Rane quits Congress, says it didn’t keep promise of making him CM

    Kudal (Maha): After much huffing and puffing, former chief minister Narayan Rane quit the primary membership of the Congress on Thursday, with his entry into the BJP a foregone conclusion, though the party may keep him on the sidelines for some time. He, however, said the date of joining will be decided by Dussehra.

  • Yashwant Sinha Outburst: His hard-hitting take on economy

    Modi government considering 8 billion dollar booster dose for falling economy!

    New Delhi: The Modi government is considering a plan to loosen its fiscal deficit target to enable it to spend up to 500 billion rupees ($7.7 billion) more to halt an economic slowdown, reports Reuters. This was indicated by two government officials with direct knowledge of the plan.

  • Main runway at Mumbai airport now fully operational

    Mumbai: The main runway 09/27 was made operational at Mumbai airport on late Wednesday night after the airport operator removed the SpiceJet aircraft which had skidded after landing amid heavy rains.

  • Bhopal: College admin pursue matter half-heartedly

    Bhopal: Gandhi medical college (GMC) seems to have shrugged off its responsibility by just serving show cause notice to seniors instead of taking stern action against them in ragging case. Instead of punishing the guilty, the college administration has handed over to case police and is yet to lodge any complaint. Thus even is police is finding themselves helpless to proceed in the case and are waiting the college authorities to come

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    Mumbai: BMC seeks NOC from railways to build box drain at Andheri subway

    Mumbai: It has always been the case that whenever there is heavy rainfall the first area that gets affected are the subways of Mumbai city. Even after the installation of dewatering pumps by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) the Andheri subway continues to get flooded.

  • Bhopal: HC seeks govt reply on irregularities in medical college admissions

    Bhopal: The Madhya Pradesh High Court has sought reply from state government on the irregularities committed by Directorate of Medical Education in granting admission to students in private colleges. The court on Thursday gave two weeks of time to state government to submit its reply in response to a petition filed by aggrieved students.

  • Making Wise Decisions

    LIFE is a series of decisions. One decision builds into another. To make a good decision, we have to bring our total awareness to the eternity of the moment. If we project ourselves into the future to try to make a decision, we do not make a decision with wisdom. If we project ourselves into the past and in that way formulate our decisions, again we are not necessarily wise decisions, for