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  • Bhopal: So, what keeps you fit in winter?

    Bhopal: What keeps you fit in winter? Opinions vary. Free Press talked a section of experts on what people should eat in winter season. Nutritionist and dietician Dr Sonali Malhotra said though people love to eat heavy and spicy food in winter season, it is necessary to exercise caution. “Include leafy vegetables and seasonal fruits more in the diet. Fresh juice of cucumbers, spinaches and apples serve better.

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    Supreme Court dismisses Uran’s atrocities’ appeal case

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed an appeal of Leena Vivek Masal and Manisha Uday Sonar against the Bombay High Court’s February 2013 ruling and directed Uran’s fast court judicial magistrate that had issued them summons back in 2008 to expeditiously decide the case on merits in accordance with law.

  • Bhopal: Conference of DGPs, IGPs at Tekanpur from today, PM Modi to attend

    Bhopal: The three-day annual convention of Directors General of Police of states is all set to start from Saturday at BSF academy Tekanpur. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address top police officers at the meet, which will be inaugurated by Union home minister Rajnath Singh. National Security Adviser (NSA) Ajit Doval and other senior officials will also mark their presence in the conference.

  • Bhopal: Dist admin, food and civil supplies, police pass buck in PDS wheat scam

    Bhopal: Investigation into a major public distribution system (PDS) wheat scam unearthed December last year seems to have taken a back seat as district administration, department of food and civil supplies and police are bent upon passing the buck onto each other.

  • Mumbai: Old buildings at Kamathipura, Kumbharwada to get facelift soon

    Mumbai: The Maharashtra Minister of State for Housing, Ravindra Waikar, on Friday revealed the feasibility to redevelop the 100-year-old buildings which are situated in Kamathipura and Kumbharwada areas. This redevelopment project is likely to get a clearance within a month. This was revealed during his visit to these places after the residents complained of the poor condition of these buildings which are located in South Mumbai.

  • Bhopal: Villagers up in arms against BMC’s landfill site

    Bhopal: The new location chosen by Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) for landfill site has left villagers in the area fuming. The dust carried with the waste has caused air pollution, which is causing breathing problems.

  • Maharashtra caste violence: Sambhaji Bhide cancels press meet in Mumbai

    Mumbai: Amidst the mounting pressure on the police and BJP government to arrest Manohar Bhide, the founder of right wing outfit Shivprathishthan Hindustan backed out from the press meet to be held in Mumbai on Sunday. Bhide has been booked by Pimpri police station for the Bhima-Koregaon riots.

  • Bhopal: Marching orders to state BJP prez & GS after bypoll?

    Bhopal: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) is likely to call shots in BJP regarding assembly elections scheduled at the end of the year. Decision on state BJP head’s successor and replacement of state general secretary Suhas Bhagat may be taken in upcoming meetings at Ujjain and Vidisha. However, the decision would be implemented only after the upcoming bypollsRashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) is likely to call shots in BJP regarding assembly elections scheduled at

  • Bhopal: 4 kids, driver dead & 9 HURT as DPS bus collides with truck

    Bhopal: Four students of Delhi Public School along with driver were killed when their school bus collided head on with truck on Bypass Road on Friday evening. Nine other students were seriously injured in the accident and were undergoing treatment in Bombay Hospital. The police have blamed ‘steering failure’ of the bus as the reason behind the mishap. Attempts to contact DPS principal and administrator failed despite repeated attempts.

  • Mumbai: Court directs pharma company to donate seized drugs to government-run hospitals

    Mumbai: In a one of its kind order, a civil court in Navi Mumbai has directed a Haryana-based pharma company to donate seized Ayurvedic drugs worth Rs 28 lakh to government-run hospitals. The court has also slapped a fine of Rs 10,000 on the company for violating the Drugs and Magic Remedies (Objectionable Advertisements) Act, 1954.

  • Maharashtra: Now on, a private person will need to submit bank guarantee for police protection

    Mumbai: The state home department has taken a stringent decision not to allow police protection or escort to anybody without considering his socio-economical and political background. According to new Government Resolution (GR) published on Friday, any private person who want police protection, armed or plain protection will have to pay for it and have to give bank guarantee of three months as protection fee.

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    Mumbai: Minor fire breaks out at Sion’s MHADA building

    Mumbai: A minor fire broke out in a residential building in Pratiksha Nagar on Thursday evening. A senior fire brigade official said fire has been doused and no casualty has been reported.

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    Mumbai: Ruckus in BMC meeting over Kamala Mills fire

    Mumbai: One week after the Kamala Mill fire mishap which killed 14 people the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) general body meeting which comprises 227 corporators from all parties slammed the civic body for working hand in glove. Corporators from all parties also alleged due to civic officials connivance illegal eateries, pubs, and restaurants are operating smoothly in the city.

  • India vs South Africa: We have given away 30 runs more to SA, says Bhuvneshwar Kumar

    Cape Town: Indian pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar admitted that the bowling attack gave away 30 runs too many as South Africa reached 286 in their first innings despite being reduced to 12 for 3 within the first half an hour. “If we want to be hard on ourselves, then yes we did give away a few too many runs to South Africa. I think they scored25-30-odd extra runs. In every hour of play,

  • India vs South Africa: De Villiers saved the day for us, says SA batting coach Benkenstein

    Cape Town: SA batting coach Dale Benkenstein had almost taken an Uber to hotel from Newlands Cricket Ground after watching the side being reduced to 12/3 during the maiden hour of Day 1 morning of the first Test against India on Friday. “It was just one over (when de Villiers score 17 runs off Bhuvneshwar Kumar) where AB (De Villiers) just changed the game really,” Benkenstein said at the news conference after

  • Mumbai Kamala Mills fire: Investigators leave no stone unturned to nail the accused

    Mumbai: The Mumbai police have applied all possible methods to nail the owners of 1Above pub Hitesh Sanghavi, his brother Jigar Sanghvi and their partner Abhijeet Mankar – the accused in Kamala Mills fire tragedy that killed over two dozen people on December 29. But the trio is still on the run. The investigators are working on crucial leads obtained from the Byculla house of Sanghavi brothers.