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  • Pool party, rain dance, DJ music mark Holi celebrations

    A farm house party ‘Rang -O-Holi’ was organised by Absolute Event and Brand Promotion at Suraj Nigar to celebrate the festival of colours. The couples and youths of the city enjoyed the pool party, DJ music and live singing events. The arrangements were made for food, drinks, rain dance, kids zone.

  • Coleman cruises in Collins’ last hurrah

    Birmingham : US track sensation Christian Coleman cruised into the semi-finals of the world indoor 60m on Saturday as he looks to become the first sprint phenomenon of the post-Usain Bolt era.

  • DAVV to conduct exams under CCTV camera surveillance

    Indore : Following direction by higher education department, all the exams conducted by Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya will be carried out under CCTV camera surveillance.

  • Police rescue 10-yr-old from 40-feet duct

    Mumbai : The Dindoshi police have rescued a 10-year-old boy who fell into a 40- feet duct while playing Holi in his building complex at DB Woods complex at Goregaon East on Friday.

  • Holi celebrated with gaiety and fervor

    Holi celebrations were held at different locations in the state capital. The people of all age groups indulged in celebrations at Riveria Town, Somwara Chowk, Kolar and other places. The students enjoyed the festivities at the college premises.

  • Corporate cricket tourney final today

    Indore : Final match of fun-filled IMC Corporate Leather Ball Cricket Tournament 18-18 League will be played on Sunday.

  • Probing health-culture inter-relationship

    BHOPAL : “Niramay” – a unique event aimed at probing the relationship between culture and health begins at the Bharat Bhavan from Sunday. The 8-day-long fest will be inaugurated by renowned instrumentalist Pt Shivkumar Sharma. The fest will witness music concerts, dances, plays, films, poetry recitation, story reading, lectures, exhibitions, art camps etc.

  • ‘Zlatan can’t help Man-U for now’

    Manchester : Manchester United chief coach Jose Mourinho said his Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is fit but can’t help the English football giants for a winning cause.

  • Modi cannot create wedge between me & Cong, says Amarinder Singh

    Chandigarh : Dismissing Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s remarks regarding him as “frivilous”, Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Saturday said that such remarks will not be able to create wedge between him and the Congress party.

  • Thane residents will soon know how liveable their city is

    Thane : Thane city that had to struggle to hide its disfigured face when the Delhi team had arrived here for the cleanliness survey, now will be facing another challenge of standing at the high rank in the liveability index of country.

  • Annual fest of Maheshwari Mahavidyalaya concludes

    Indore: Annual fest and felicitation programme organised by Rukmadevi Pannalal Ladhha Maheshwari College concluded on Saturday. Chief guest of the programme was former secretary of Bhartiya Cricket Control Board, Sanjay Jagdale. College’s media in charge Dr Anjana Gorani said that the programme was presided over by former DAVV vice chancellor Dr Bharat Chhaparwal. College principal Dr Rajiv Kumar Jhalani in his address informed about various activities conducted by the college during the

  • India, Vietnam for prosperous Indo-Pacific region

    New Delhi : In what can be seen as a strong signal to China, India and Vietnam on Saturday agreed to work for an independent, open and prosperous Indo-Pacific region as the two sides signed three agreements, including one on enhancing bilateral economy and trade.

  • Guv office, edu dept ask varsities to answer 16 queries

    BHOPAL : Governor’s principal secretary M Mohan Rao and higher education department have asked state universities to file reply to 16 questions, which were asked to know the overall status of varsities.

  • ‘Assault’ on Delhi CS: Govt employees to continue not meeting ministers of AAP

    New Delhi: Delhi government employees would continue to not meet ministers till Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal apologises for an alleged attack on Chief Secretary Anshu Prakash by two AAP MLAs, the employees’ association said on Saturday, countering the government’s claim that the association has “assured full cooperation”.

  • City needs to improve: Pep

     Manchester : Leaders Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola insisted that his side still needs improvement and can’t consider themselves perfect after outclassing Arsenal 3-0 in the English Premier League (EPL) tie.

  • ‘NMC Bill is anti-people, anti-patient’

    BHOPAL : Indian Medical Association (IMA) president Dr Ravi Wankhedke described National Medical Commission (NMC) Bill as “anti-people and anti-patient” in the country.  IMA president Dr Wankhede was in Bhopal as a part of first day of second phase of ‘Bharat-Yatra’ being taken out as a mark of protest against the Bill.

  • Light rains likely in couple of days

    BHOPAL : Western disturbance which is prevailing over north Pakistan and adjoining areas, is likely to cause light rains in Madhya Pradesh in the next couple of days. However, weather is likely to remain dry in the state and mercury will continue to soar.

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    Cong decries I&B minister’s whims

    New Delhi : The Congress on Saturday decried “unbridled, unchecked and uncontrolled whims and anger” of Information and Broadcasting Minister Smriti Irani and asked why Prime Minister Modi is mum about it.