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  • Bhopal: Daughters points fingers at ex-maid, husband

    Bhopal: Daughters of the retired Air Force personnel, who along with his wife was found dead at their residence on Friday, have pointed finger at their former maid Arti and her husband. They told police that Arti used to work as maid at their parents’ home but was fired a year ago. Police have launched a hunt to trace the woman and her husband Raju.

  • Bhopal: Management ignored UGC norms, allege students

    Bhopal: MANIT students, who have been denied mid-term exams citing short attendance, have claimed that attendance rules are flawed and they should be allowed to take the exam.

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    Mumbai University students and teachers in fix due to late declaration of final semester exam timetable

    Mumbai: Students of final year of all courses affiliated to the Mumbai University (MU) have been in a fix due to the delay in declaration of final semester examination dates. The university announced the timetable on Friday for the sixth semester examinations which are scheduled to begin from April while the dates of engineering examinations are not declared yet.

  • Bhopal: Bose’s statue defaced in Jabalpur First act in Madhya Pradesh

    Bhopal: In another act of vandalism, the statue of prominent freedom fighter Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose was defaced in Jabalpur on Friday. A white statue of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose was smeared with red colour on Friday morning.

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    Maharashtra: Railway personnel of CR to offer quick medical aid to commuters soon

    Mumbai: Soon the railway personnel of the Central Railways (CR) suburban network will have to undergo for basic medical treatment which will help them to give immediate medical treatment during golden hour. CR official said more than 1000 CR staff are posted at various suburban railway stations, and they all have already received training by the NDRF team. “The basic first aid treatment will help commuters during any medical emergency. We aim

  • Indore: National Mario Day: Take a break from violent culture

    Indore: Creating a fantasy world making the gamer a hero saving his princess, video game Mario from the popular Nintendo game changed the lives of children born in 90s. The change was not limited to 90s kids, rather people seek its reality where men save women instead of harassing them.

  • B. Com student stabbed to death in broad daylight outside her college in Chennai, killer nabbed

    Chennai: A 19-year old girl student of a private college was allegedly stabbed to death by a man in full public view near the institution on Friday, police said. M Ashwini, who was studying B.Com, died on the spot as the assailant stabbed her with a knife after confronting and picking up an argument with her, they said. Aswini was studying in Meenakshi Academy of Higher Education and Research in K.K. Nagar

  • Bhopal: Contractual health workers’ strike to impact Pulse Polio campaign

    Bhopal: The ongoing strike of the contractual health workers in state is likely to hit National Pulse Polio campaign, the second phase of which is to be kicked off on Sunday all across the country. First phase of the Pulse Polio Immunization programme concluded on January 28.The employees’ agitation which entered 19th day on Friday has paralyzed the health services in the state.

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    Mumbai: CLIx of TISS, MIT and Tata Trusts win UNESCO prize

    Mumbai: Connected Learning Initiative (CLIx), an initiative of Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Tata Trusts has won UNESCO prestigious King Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa Prize, an international recognition for the use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the field of education.

  • Indore: Tranquilised leopard leaves SDO with 10 stitches

    Indore: A leopard strayed into Palhar Nagar creating panic among residents on Friday. A forest team that arrived on the scene had to toil hard for more than three hours before they were able to trap the big cat.

  • Bhopal: Army’s 500 kms Chindits Trail Expedition concludes

    Bhopal: Army concluded its 500 kilometres Chindits Trail Expedition on Friday in Narsinghpur district of the state. The expedition traversed nearly 500 kilometres across the Vindhya Ranges between Betwa and Ken Rivers and culminated on the banks of river Narmada.

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    Mumbai: Study says women assume medical problems rather casually

    Mumbai: According to the recent study published International Journal of Science and Research, women in both urban and rural areas of India view their medical problems rather casually, for different reasons. In urban areas it is the busy schedules which the women have to juggle. It is a lack of understanding in among women from rural areas, which make approach towards any ailment rather casually. This study was conducted by International Journal

  • Indore: EPFO attaches properties of Kasliwal to recover Rs 1.88 cr dues

    Indore: Employees Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) succeeded in grilling the big-time defaulter of employees provident fund contribution, owner of once famous S Kumars fabric manufacturing brand Nitin K Kasliwal and attached his properties in city on Friday.

  • Indore: DAVV apex body cancels tie-up with Thailand varsity

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV)’s apex body on Friday unilaterally cancelled collaboration between DAVV and a Thailand based university stating that it was done in violation of University Grants Commission guidelines.

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    Maharashtra: RERA dismisses slum-dwellers’ plea for revoking society projects

    Mumbai: The Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority (MahaRERA) dismissed a complaint filed by a member of slum dwellers society regarding revoking project for alleged illegalities by the developer in a rehabilitation scheme. The RERA bench dismissed the complaint stating the complainant had grievances about the developer who obtained permissions from Slum Rehabilitation Authority (SRA).