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    INX Media case: Indrani Mukherjea to be produced in Delhi Court

    Mumbai: A special Central Bureau of Investigations (CBI) court on Friday directed the prison authorities to produce Indrani Mukherjea in a court in Delhi on February 5. The prime accused in Sheena Bora case would be produced in the Delhi Court, owing to the INX media money laundering case, in which Indrani, the former owner of the media house is named as an accused.

  • Mumbai: Central Railway will run 28 super fast summer specials between LTT-Allahabad

    Mumbai: Central Railway will run 28 Super-fast summer special trains between Allahabad- LTT — Allahabad to clear the extra rush of passengers during 2018. Train No. 04116 super-fast summer Special will leave Lokmanya Tilak Terminus Mumbai at 14.20 hrs on every Sunday from 01.04.2018 to 01.07.2018 (14 trips) and will reach Allahabad at 12.45 hours next day.

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    Union Budget shows govt alarmed by Gujarat poll results: Shiv Sena

    Mumbai: The focus on the rural sector in Budget 2018-19 was a clear indication that the BJP-led government was alarmed by the Gujarat poll result and realised that the rural population was moving away from it, the Shiv Sena said on Friday.

  • Indore: Beating the stress creatively for academic success

    Indore: Beating the stress before Board examinations, students take up various activities instead of digging themselves in a pile of books. Sharing their unique ways, two students Nandini Agrawal and Ishika Sharma talked about various tricks to relax and lead the way to success.

  • Mamata Banerjee rules the roost in Bengal

    It comes as no surprise that the Trinamool Congress has won one parliamentary seat and one assembly seat in the recently-held by-elections in West Bengal comprehensively. The party has been cruising along with no threat to its sway in election after election, riding on the shoulders of its leader and chief minister Mamata Banerjee. The Congress challenge has been diminishing over the years and the party is nearing extinction. The Left parties

  • BJP must get its act together in Rajasthan

    By-elections in Rajasthan have jolted the BJP beyond expectations and warning bells should be ringing in the party’s headquarters. The beneficiary is the Congress because in that state there is a virtual direct contest, with other parties being of no consequence. That the two Lok Sabha contests — Ajmer and Alwar — and the Assembly seat in Mandalgarh were wrested by the Congress with substantial margins shows the extent of disillusionment with

  • Ujjain: Uttam Singh, Jitendra Shastri to be felicitated

    Ujjain: In the 33rd samman samaroh of Malwa Rangmanch Samiti, music composer Uttam Singh will be presented with 20th Malwa Sangeet Samman on Saturday at 7 pm in Kalidas Sanskrit Academy Auditorium.

  • Ujjain: Various rituals held on second day of panchanika mahotsav

    Ujjain: The second day of panchanhika mahotsav was celebrated on Friday in the presence of Acharya Vijay Nityasen Surishwar and Acharya Devesh Vijay Jairatan. Worship of navgrah, das digpal, ashtamangal and patla was done.

  • Ujjain: Medicinal smoking medical unit begins in Dhanvantri College

    Ujjain: Medicinal smoking medical unit was inaugurated in Government Dhanvantri Ayurveda Medical College on Friday. The chief guest was Madhya Pradesh Pharmacy Council chairman Om Jain. In charge principal Dr OP Vyas presided over the programme. It is probably country’s first independent medicinal smoking medical unit.

  • Silver linings in Budget, implementation is the key

    WHILE there is a plethora of schemes to improve the  living conditions of those in  the rural areas, neither  industry nor the middle  class have got the attention  that they were hoping for.

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    Bombay High Court raps Pune’s top cop, calls for bootlegger’s early release

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court recently came down heavily on the Commissioner of Police, Pune — Rashmi Shukla, for her “callous and casual” approach in deciding a plea challenging her orders to detain a ‘bootlegger.’ The HC though appreciated her “efforts” for detaining the bootlegger, however, quashed her orders and directed to release the man.

  • Need reform in the emigration policy

    The government is not so much clueless about creating employment, as Palaniappan Chidambaram says, as unable to stop boasting of imaginary achievements. If the organised sector had indeed created more than 1,100 jobs a day in 2016-17, as claimed by an official report, six immigrant workmen from Hyderabad would not have had to suffer such anguish in Malaysia. In fact, Indians would not have emigrated at all if there was any prospect

  • Ujjain: Maneka Gandhi applauds death penalty law for juvenile rapists

    Ujjain: Foundation day programme of National Women’s Commission was organised in Vigyan Bhavan, Delhi. In the 28-membered team, led by Madhya Pradesh State Women’s Commission chairperson Lata Wankhede, local social worker Pramila Yadav represented the district. Wankhede said that for the first time in the country, the law of death penalty was introduced in MP for juvenile rapist. This law was applauded by Union minister Maneka Gandhi and other representatives present in

  • Ujjain: Shivnavratri to begin from Monday

    Ujjain: Shivnavratri will begin from Monday in Mahakaleshwar temple and Mahashivratri will be celebrated on February 13.