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  • Bhopal: India has sufficient water, management is problem: Gadkari

    Bhopal: Country has sufficient water, only problem is its management. The country is rich in ecological diversity and people must associate themselves with nature to eradicate the poverty, said union minister Nitin Gadkari on Friday at the inaugural address of fifth Nadi Mahotsav in Bandrabhan in Hoshangabad.

  • Bhopal: HC notices to DeSa, seven others officials

    Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh High Court on Friday issued notices to eight officials including former chief secretary Antony DeSa seeking reply on transport expenses incurred during chief minister’s programme in Bhopal in 2016.

  • Narendra Modi interview

    PM Narendra Modi to address ‘Krishi Unnati Mela’ in Delhi today

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the annual ‘Krishi Unnati Mela’ at Indian Agricultural Research Institute in the national capital on Saturday. He will address the farmers and unveil a portal on organic farming and lay the foundation stone of 25 Krishi Vigyan Kendras.

  • Bhopal: Automobile dealers charge double for insurance cover

    Bhopal: Local automobile dealers are charging double the amount for vehicle insurance compared to what insurance companies charge. The dealers provide insurance cover to customers at the time of purchase of vehicles.

  • Bhopal: I’m unable to take possession of my land, says BJP MLA

    Bhopal: I am still not able to take possession of land, which I had purchased two years back, said BJP MLA R D Prajapati while participating in the budget debate of revenue department in state assembly on Friday.

  • Congress accuses BJP of political vendetta against opponents

    New Delhi; Latching on to a media report claiming that an FIR was filed against RJD chief Lalu Prasad despite CBI’s legal wing saying there was no proof, the Congress today accused the BJP of engaging in political vendetta against its opponents to hide its “epic failures”.

  • Delhi: 23-year-old man killed after pistol goes off while clicking selfies

    New Delhi: A 23-year-old man was killed while allegedly taking selfies with a pistol when it accidentally went off, the police said on Friday. The victim’s friend was also at the spot but he ran away. The deceased has been identified only as Vijay, they said.

  • Indore: Shyam Automotive hosts customers meet

    Indore: Shyam Automotive, the authorised dealer of TATA Motors, organised customers meet with auspicious occasions of Navratri and Gudi Padwa being just round the corner. Vishal Pamnani of Shyam Automotive said that the main attraction of the programme was a display of fleet of latest generation TATA Motors cars.

  • Indore: Low-fare direct flight for Goa, Bengaluru from today

    Indore: Air passengers at city airport are going to get additional flights for Goa and Bengaluru and also, a new player as low-fare airlines Air Asia will be rolling out its direct flight to Goa and Bengaluru from the city on Saturday.

  • Maharashtra, RERA, MahaRERA, buyers, allottees, agents, RERA experts

    Maharashtra: RERA safeguards buyers while being strict on agents, say experts

    Mumbai: The Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) also has provisions for safeguarding the allottees and buyers while being strict on promoters and agents, said activists who participated in a talk conducted in the city on Friday. The seminar based on filing a complaint with RERA was conducted by a city Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO).

  • cold chain event, cold chain solutions for tomorrow, Danfoss India, FPJ special, sunrise sector

    FPJ and Moneycontrol Forum: Why Cold Chain is the next sunrise sector

    Mumbai: Cold chain is going to create more jobs as it would need more manpower than technology. Consequently, making it a sunrise sector, explains Ravichandran Purushothaman, President, Danfoss India. He said this at the ‘Cold chain solutions for tomorrow’s India’ forum organised by Free Press Journal-Moneycontrol in Mumbai.