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  • Ujjain: Cricket tournament in memory of Shaheed Bhagat Singh

    Ujjain: The Akhil Bhartiya Ratrikaleen Tennis Ball Cricket Tournament was inaugurated at Damdama ground with colourful fireworks. Sixteen teams from all over the country are participating in the competition. This programme is being organized in memory of Shaheed Bhagat Singh by Shaheed Bhagat Singh Khel evam Samajik Sanstha.

  • Did you know: Shriya Pilgaonkar gets a role in SPN & Anubhav Sinha Abhi To Party Shuru Hui Hai

    Sony Pictures Networks Productions (SPN Productions), the film production arm of Sony Pictures Networks India Pvt Ltd (SPN), announces its upcoming film, Abhi Toh Party Shuru Hui Hai written and directed by Anubhav Sinha. The film is a satirical ride into the circus of coalition politics. The biggest highlight is the cast of highly acclaimed actors coming together in one film for the first time. The cast includes Saurabh Shukla, Pankaj Tripathi,

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    Kapil Sharma records statement against an Entertainment portal editor Vickey Lalwani

    Mumbai: Comedian Kapil Sharma has recorded his statement with the Oshiwara police on Monday in connection with the extortion complaint of Rs. 25 lakhs against Vickey Lalwani, Editor of online entertainment portal Spotboy E and his former managers Neeti Simeos and Preeti Simeos for malicious progaganda to defame Sharma after he allegedly refused to pay the amount.

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    Mumbai: Activists tell Bombay High Court that government, MMRCL have already accepted Aarey as ‘forest’ area

    Mumbai: The legal battle between activists and the Maharashtra government over allocation of Aarey Colony for the construction of Metro III car shed took an interesting turn on Monday. The activists told the Bombay High Court that there are several government records which clearly categorise Aarey Colony as a ‘forest’ area.  Interestingly, the affidavit also claimed that the Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Limited (MMRCL) itself had accepted Aarey Colony to be a

  • Daily Horoscope for Tuesday, April 10, 2018

    Want to know what’s in store today for you? Read our Daily Horoscope by Nilikash P. Pradhan, and find out what your Sun Sign says about the day that will be.

  • Ujjain: Maharashtriya Saraswat Samaj Nyas celebrates golden jubilee

    Ujjain: The golden jubilee celebration of Maharashtriya Saraswat Samaj Nyas was held on Sunday. Several other programmes including release of a souvenir, felicitation of seniors, felicitation of talented children and youth, ‘Haldi-kumkum’ of women as well as cultural performances of children, were also organised. Community members from Bhopal, Ratlam, Dewas, Mumbai and Mandsaur also participated in the programme.

  • Maharashtra govt gets go-ahead nod for Raigad Fort revamp

    Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister (CM) Devendra Fadnavis held a meeting with Nripendra Misra, the Principal Secretary to Prime Minister at New Delhi on Monday. Fadnavis was given go-ahead for the development of Raigad Fort. “This project will be undertaken in collaboration with Public Works Department (PWD) and Archeological Survey of India (ASI) to expedite the work as Maharashtra Government has sanctioned `606 crore for conservation, restoration and development of tourism amenities,” said

  • Ujjain: Lokraag Mahotsav features seminar on Maach tradition on day 2

    Ujjain: On the second day of the ‘Lokraag Malwa Maach Mahotsav’ on Sunday, a seminar was held on the topic ‘Maach- tradition, innovation and prospects’. The key speaker of this session was Dr Puran Sehgal and other subject experts were Dr Murlidhar Chadniwala, Ashok Vaqt, Dr Jagadish Chandra Sharma, Dr Archana Parmar, Satish Dave and Dr Tripti Nagar.

  • INDIA-POLITICS-ELECTION

    Controlled elections Panchayat elections in West Bengal

    The Supreme Court on Monday declined to provide relief to the BJP which had sought its intervention following widespread incidents of violence, intimidation and rioting against the party candidates keen to file nomination papers for the Panchayat elections in West Bengal. The court said that the right forum is the State Election Commission. Technically, the apex court cannot be faulted. The SEC is the first forum for all such disputes before the

  • Why Narendra Modi government has a problem with media

    Last week, the Modi government had a Trumpian moment. In a debate reminiscent of the battle between President Donald Trump and the mainstream media in the US – Trump often blames the ‘crooked’ media for all his problems as president – the Smriti Irani-headed Information and Broadcasting (I&B) ministry announced a notification that the government would suspend the accreditation of journalists found producing fake news. The notification had also proposed amended guidelines

  • Mumbai: MHADA’s 15-acre Goregaon plot finds no takers

    Mumbai: Not a single developer has shown interest to Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) after it sought tenders for constructing at least 6000 flats in a 15-acre-plot in Goregaon. The officials have now extended the deadline to April 24 as there has been no takers for the project work.

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    Bombay High Court allows minor rape victim to terminate her 24-week pregnancy

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Monday expressed its concern over the manner in which police authorities deal with cases pertaining to minor mothers, especially those who become pregnant because of rape. The HC has asked the police authorities to ensure they take ‘timely’ decisions so that the minor rape victims can avoid ‘protracted’ litigations for terminating their pregnancy.

  • Ujjain: Hindu nation sans Christians, Muslims is not RSS’ intention says Dattatreya Hosbale

    Ujjain: RSS vice-president Dattatreya Hosbale has said the intentions of the RSS have been grossly misconstrued in the process of working towards the Hindu ideology. Speaking at a lecture series organized at Madhav Seva Nyas, in memory of Dr Hedgewar, he stated assumptions that the RSS wanted to create a Hindu nation in which there was no place for Hindus and Muslims was a huge misconception.

  • Lutyens’ Delhi hits back at Narendra Modi

    The extent to which Lutyens’ Delhi is a microcosm of India or exists as a rarefied enclave is the subject of endless and inconclusive discussions. Whatever be the reality, this tiny corner of India’s Capital is always an interesting case study since its social influence far exceeds its spatial limitations.