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    Ujjain: Mayor cracks down on maintenance of water tanks

    Ujjain: Mayor Meena Jonwal after conducting a surprise inspection of over-head water tanks in the old and new localities of the city, on Friday morning, said she was disheartened and dissatisfied over the condition of the tanks.

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    Indore’s Exhibition @ St Raphael’s School: Innovative models, versatile talents stun visitors

    Indore: Middle section students of St Raphael’s Higher Secondary School organised an exhibition at the school on Friday.  Chief guest of the event, head of superconducting cavity tuner at manufacturing lab at RRCAT, Dr Vikas Jain inaugurated the exhibition and observed the exhibits. Sharing his amazement as well as hailing the science models presented by the students, Jain said “I feel positive about the future of our country when I see these students,

  • 6.4-magnitude earthquake hits China-India border region of Arunachal

    Itanagar: A moderate intensity earthquake measuring 6.4 on the Richter scale hit the China-India border region of Arunachal Pradesh, at 04:04 a.m. on Saturday. The earthquake hit at a shallow depth of 10 kilometers. No casualty or property damage has been reported so far.

  • Indore: DEVTA office-bearers likely to be elected unopposed

    Indore: In a twist to Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya Teachers Association (DEVTA) elections, both factions– one of self-financing teachers and another of teachers of conventional departments– on Friday came together and announced the plans to elect office-bearers of their association unanimously.

  • Maharashtra: Tiger and tigress found dead Paoni forest range; poisoning suspected

    Nagpur: A tiger and a tigress were found dead on Friday in the Paoni forest range in Ramtek taluka of this district in what officials suspect is a case of poisoning. The carcasses were found around 150 metres away from each other at about 1 pm by a forest guard who was on patrolling duty, forest officials said.

  • Indore: Voting in pvt colleges on Nov 27

    Indore: It’s better late than never. Though late, the state government complying with directives by Jabalpur bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court on Friday declared schedule for second phase of student union polls which are to be held in private colleges, more than a fortnight after first phase was held in government and aided colleges.

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    Mumbai: 15-year-old girl found eight-months pregnant, rape accused arrested

    Mumbai: A shocking case of child sexual abuse surfaced in Mumbai when a 15-year-old girl was found to be eight months pregnant after her mother took her to hospital on Children’s Day. The MHB Colony police have registered a rape case and arrested 40-year-old man who lives in the same neighbourhood of Dahisar (West). The accused is cab driver.

  • Indore: City artistes win honours and hearts

    Indore: Bringing laurels to city, Drupad Dance Academy won accolades and top honours, sweeping classical dance categories at 14th all India theatre and dance festival ‘Rangoday 2017’ organised under the aegis of Sanskar Bharthi Natya Kendra, Agra in association with ministry of culture recently.

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    Indore: Students learn nitty-gritty of police force

    Indore: Aimed at introducing schoolchildren to the functioning and significance of police force and thus, forging a better bond, police department has been organising awareness sessions at various schools in city. Under the initiative, a session was organised in SICA Senior Secondary School in city on Friday, where police officers interacted with students of class IX to XII and informed them about various aspects of the force and relevant laws.

  • Bhayandar: BJP corporators at war with civic chief in MBMC, Mayor threatens boycott

    Bhayandar: The cold war between the BJP-led Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC) and civic chief Dr Naresh Gite has taken an ugly turn. The simmering tension burst out into the open after MBMC Mayor Dimple Mehta and legislator Narendra Mehta organised a press conference on Friday and openly spewed venom against the Municipal Commissioner expressing discontent with his autocratic style of functioning which was posing a disastrous and negative effect on the all-round development of the

  • Indore: IMA, social orgs, citizens join hands in war on mosquitoes

    Indore: In the wake of unabated outbreak of vector borne diseases in city, a large number of citizens have pulled up their sleeves to join the fight against the menace and expressed their support to a campaign to be launched by Indore chapter of Indian Medical Association (IMA) within a week simultaneously all across the city.

  • Central government has carried nanny-ism to the extreme: Shashi Tharoor

    Mumbai: Hitting out at the Centre over demonetisation, Congress MP Shashi Tharoor has said that telling the people that they cannot have access to the money in their accounts was “nanny-ism carried to an extreme”. The former Union minister, who was speaking at an event here on Thursday evening, also criticised the BJP-led government over the way GST was rolled out, although, he said, the concept of one nation one tax was

  • Indore City railway station to get escalators, ladies waiting room before year-end

    Indore: After a long wait, escalators facility at city railway station is likely to be operational very soon.  Divisional railway manager (DRM) Manoj Sharma during a meeting here on Friday said that “Installation of escalators at platform number 1, 5 and 6 would start from next Monday and will be completed by December 31. A separate women waiting room will also be set up at platform no.1.”  Sharma was in the city

  • Live Scores, Match updates, Commentary: India vs Sri Lanka, 1st Test, Day 3 at Kolkata

    It was the same old story as the second day at Eden Gardens, Kolkata was also hampered by rain and India at stumps were 74/5. Resuming at the overnight score of 17/3, India lost the wickets of Ajinkya Rahane and Ravichandran Ashwin quickly against the gentle pace of Dasun Shanaka. Cheteshwar Pujara once again showed his class to remain unbeaten on 47 off 102 balls.

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    Indore: Crime Round Up: Two booked for molesting married woman

    Indore: Police booked two persons for molesting a 28-year-old married woman in Malharganj area on Thursday. According to police, the victim, a resident of Chhoti Gwaltoli and a musical event organiser, alleged that she met accused Gopal Rathore, a resident of Indra Nagar Main Road while visiting a shop. The accused asked the victim on Wednesday to help him organise his birthday party.

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    Indore: Sugni Devi College may have to sell itself to refund grant

    Indore: Maheshwari Sugni Devi Girls’ College, which is located at a prominent location of Nandanagar, has reached on the brink of sale with Department of Higher Education (DHE) seeking refund of Rs 60 crore grant allocated to it since 2003. “That’s a huge amount. The financial condition of Sugni Devi College is very poor. If it is made to shell out such a huge amount, it would have to sell itself to