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  • Talk series @ IIM- To be a good leader one needs to be good at heart first’

    Indore: A talk series on ‘Leadership in a Dynamic Environment’ organised by India Institute of Management Indore on Friday witnessed five industry experts sharing their knowledge and experience with young minds, inculcating leadership qualities in them.

  • Bhopal: Finally justice has been done to Muslim women

    Bhopal: Muslim women in the city hailed the bill passed by the Lok Sabha that makes instant triple talaq a punishable offence. The bill will now be sent to the Rajya Sabha for passage before it is forwarded to the President for signing it into law.

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    Some relief from cold in Bhopal, Indore as temperature warm up

    Bhopal: The night, as well as the day temperature in state capital, rose by several degrees, providing relief from intense cold conditions to residents on Friday. Indore too recorded day and the night temperature above normal. However, morning remained very cold while day remained warm all over the state. Attributing it to fresh development of western disturbance, weatherman has predicted that cold wave is likely to prevail at isolated places over Jabalpur

  • Indore: ‘CAs playing vital role in economy, must adopt zero tolerance for corruption’

    Indore :  “Before singing any audit report of a company, chartered accountants (CAs) must read it twice as under the new company law they will also be held equally responsible for any financial irregularity taking place in the company,” said president of The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI), CA Nilesh Shivji Vikamsey while addressing the inauguration ceremony of two-day national conference of ICAI, here at Daly College on Friday.

  • Indore: Youth held for snatching girl’s mobile

    Indore : A youth was arrested by city police for snatching mobile phone from a girl near Regional Park on Friday. According to the police, Bhopal resident Laxmi Baiga had lodged a complaint with Rajendra Nagar police station stating she was taking a walk with her friend Akash near Regional Park on Wednesday evening when a youth coming from behind suddenly snatched her mobile phone and ran away.

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    40,000 students attend first day of IIT-Bombay Techfest

    Mumbai: Over 40,000 students attended the first day of the Techfest of Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)-Bombay which started from December 29 to 31. The fest began with well-wishes from PM Narendra Modi in the form of a signed letter.

  • Indore: Not revised for last 9 years, MBA syllabus rendering students irrelevant to industry

    Most of the companies do not recruit MBA students from DAVV affiliated colleges; the ones that do, pick up students on really poor salaries. Companies coming to these colleges for campus placements often complain that syllabus taught to MBA students fails to provide them with skills required in today’s world, said placement officer of a private college

  • Bhopal: Idea of Govt Eng Medium schools for higher classes takes a back seat

    Bhopal: School education department seems to have put on backburner their idea of running Government English Medium high and higher secondary schools. For, the department wants to keep its focus on underprovided children and ensure that everyone gets basic elementary education. The department, which is currently running English medium primary and middle schools in the state, was mulling over starting English medium school for higher classes, however, it doesn’t have faculty to

  • Indore: College students thrashed by a group of youths

    Indore : Six college students were allegedly thrashed by a group of youths following an altercation in Rau area on Thursday late night. However, no arrests have been made till filing the report.

  • Bhopal: Govt college contractual staff face discrimination

    Bhopal: Flying in the face of Supreme Court, government colleges in the city are not extending EPF benefits to its contractual employees, while their counterparts in private colleges are enjoying all benefits and allowances. Supreme Court in one of its observation had said that the principle of equal pay for equal work would be applicable to all the concerned temporary employees.

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    Bhopal: Narrow escape for family as 70-year-old tree falls on house

    Bhopal: A family had a narrow escape when a 70-year-old tree fell on their house near Polytechnic Square on Thursday. Their two children were playing outside when the tree came crushing over their house due to impact of a JCB machine.

  • Indore: Industrialists pledge to fight for cleanliness, retain No.1 tag

    Indore :  In a event organised under campaign ‘Indore Remains No.1 in Cleanliness in the Country’, more than 150 industrialists of MSME units promised to contribute in keeping the city clean and make it no.1 again in cleanliness in the country again.

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    Mumbai: BMC to maintain toilets constructed by MHADA

    Mumbai: The state government has ordered for transfer of ownership of at least 70,000 toilets seats from The Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) to the civic body. The move is aimed for better maintainance of these toilets.