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    Indore: Township proves water smart

    Indore: With rising temperature and more evaporation of water, people are gearing up for the forthcoming summers and making efforts to address the water limitations in various parts of the city before it is too late.  While most homeowners are simply reducing their water expenses and ensuring recharge of water, with the scale going up to management of a mini-town in townships, various societies have been following different ways to manage the

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    Indore: 150-yr-old bawdi gets facelift to cope woes in waiting

    Indore: Following footsteps of Rambagh Colony, residents of Jalla Colony in Khajrana area have started conserving water bodies of the area to ensure enough water during the coming summer. As part of their endeavour, the residents began rejuvenating an over 150 years’ old bawdi (step well) in the area on Monday.

  • Markets open on a negative note on Wednesday

    Mumbai: The 30-scrip Sensitive Index (Sensex) on Wednesday opened on a negative note during the morning session of the trade. The Sensex of the BSE after opening at 34,155.63 points, touched a high of 34,174.37 and low of 34,076.45 points.

  • Mumbai, Mumbaikars, Marathi Bhasha divas, Marathi Bhasha Divas celebration

    Mumbaikars celebrate the ‘Marathi Bhasha Divas’ with great gusto

    Mumbai: Mumbaikars celebrated the ‘Marathi Bhasha Divas’ with great gusto as there were events and programs galore across the city to empower the language and the rich culture and literature it holds.  In an official function held at Vidhan Bhavan, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis handed over the land for erecting state’s first ‘Marathi University’ in Bandra to Granthali publishing house. “All litterateurs have urged to make Marathi as a ‘Gyaan Bhasha’ (literary

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    Mumbai: Two fit CR passengers arrested for travelling on cancer patients quota

    Mumbai: Ticket agents have now found out a new idea of selling train tickets by using the reserved seats for cancer patients to provide fake tickets to the passengers who failed to book tickets on time. A senior railway officer said Kalyan police had arrested two passengers who bought tickets under the cancer victim’s concession quota of the Central Railway.

  • US President Donald Trump looking into ways to stop Russian meddling: White House

    Washington: President Donald Trump has been looking at ways to prevent Russian meddling into the internal affairs of the US, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said on Tuesday, adding the previous President Barack Obama was responsible for the meddling, if any, and not the Trump administration.

  • King Abdullah II of Jordan to meet Sushma Swaraj today

    New Delhi: King Abdullah II of Jordan, who is on a three-day visit to India, will meet Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj on Wednesday. According to Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), King Abdullah will then visit IIT Delhi today to explore collaboration with Jordan technical institutes.

  • INX Media case: Karti Chidambaram arrested; brought to CBI HQ

    New Delhi:  Karti Chidambaram, son of former Finance Minister P Chidambaram, was arrested today by the CBI at Chennai Airport in connection with its probe in the INX media case, officials here said.New Delhi:  Karti Chidambaram, son of former Finance Minister P Chidambaram, was arrested today by the CBI at Chennai Airport in connection with its probe in the INX media case, officials here said. The 46-year-old Karti  was placed under arrest

  • Holi 2018 Tips: TV actresses makes it easy to be in fashion

    Holi, the most colourful event of the year which brings about a joy and happiness of its own. If you can’t think of anything else when it comes, how to look for the day and you don’t want the same old stuff when there is so much more to explore and try out.

  • Laureus World Sports Awards: Roger Federer bags twin honours in Monaco

    Monaco: Tennis legend Roger Federer became the most decorated winner in the history of Laureus World Sports Awards after he won twin honours, his sixth, which includes the Sportsman and Comeback titles at the 18th edition of the prestigious awards ceremony, here. In the Sportsman of the Year category, Federer waved off tough competition from the likes of Rafael Nadal and Cristiano Ronaldo to bag the honours. The Swiss tennis star, who

  • North Korea helping Syrian chemical war: Report

    Washington: North Korea has been sending equipment to Syria that could be used in chemical weapons manufacturing, the US media reported citing findings by UN experts.  The materials include acid-resistant tiles, valves and pipes, the BBC said on Wednesday quoting the media reports.

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    Thane: Expert advises to play holi with animals carefully

    Thane: “Kab hai Holi ? kab hai ?” The famous dialogue of Sholay’s Gabbar Singh can be heard everywhere around this time of the year. As the festival of colours is just approaching in two days children have already started playing with water balloons. The Festival fever is in in since last week itself. But many children or the grown ups also are fond of pranks such as coloring the animals that

  • Mumbai, Bullet train, Bullet train work, NHSRC, Mumbai-Ahmedabad corridor

    Mumbai: Bullet Train work to begin soon

    Mumbai: On Tuesday the state government officially handed over the land to the National High Speed Corporation (NHSRC) for Mumbai-Ahmedabad corridor on Monday. A senior railway official said soon the work is set to begin on the bullet train terminus in Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC) from December 2018.

  • Bilaspur: Minor girls booked for physically assaulting class 3 girl student

    Bilaspur (Chhattisgarh): In a gross violation of human rights, three minor girls were booked for physical assault and inserting a log of wood into the vaginal area of a class 3 girl student here in Pendra. The incident came to light when the seven-year-old victim complained of severe pain and discomfort to her mother, who then took her to the hospital for treatment and also reported the matter to the police.

  • Indian govt denied access to guest list for Canadian PM Justin Trudeau’s reception

    Toronto: Amidst questions over invitation of Khalistani terrorist for Justin Trudeau’s reception in India, reports have emerged that the Indian Government authority was also denied access to the guest list, reports CTV News. On that note, the Prime Minister’s Office in Canada does not allow even the security services track their guest list.

  • Bhopal: Won’t tell why Sridevi’s name was dropped: Speaker

    Bhopal: The Congress party on Tuesday opposed the Assembly Speaker’s decision to delete the name of Sridevi from the obituary references. Congress MLA Govind Singh told mediapersons that as the late film star was opposed to communalism, hence her name was dropped from the list and the Assembly secretariat issued an amended agenda. Other Congress members also insisted that the Speaker should tell the House why her name was removed.

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