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  • Hum Fit Toh India Fit: Fitness Challenge has little impact on city dwellers

    Bhopal: The # Hum Fit Toh India Fit# Fitness Challenge which has emerged as the latest craze in the world of social media is aimed at changing people’s mindset towards fitness. However it is yet to impact the footfalls in the fitness centres and gyms dotting the city. The gym owners and trainers in the city told Free Press that the campaign is a welcome step to motivate people to stop being couch potatoes

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    Trolls consider Dhinchak Pooja better than Salman Khan after listening to Race 3’s Selfish song

    As we all know that Salman Khan has penned the recently released song from Race 3, Selfish. However, after the release of the song, people started bashing Salman Khan’s lyric writing skills, his alleged girlfriend Iulia Vantur’s singing and Daisy Shah’s aerial act in the song. Shockingly, trolls also said that Salman Khan doesn’t have any right to criticise against

  • Bhopal: Don’t panic, maintain caution, says Health department on Nipah virus outbreak

    Bhopal: Health and family welfare department released an advisory on Nipah virus and asked people not to panic about it. Its advisory over Nipah virus instructed people not to consume fruits, tadi eaten by fruits bats. Areas dominated by people from Kerala and fruits bats hideouts are under scanner in MP to detect any case of virus infection and prevent an outbreak.

  • Bhopal: Naxals call bandh today, security stepped up

    Bhopal: Security in the Naxal-affected regions of the state has been intensified in the view of a bandh call given by Naxals on Saturday. Maoists have called bandh in six states including Madhya Pradesh on Saturday to protest the Chhattisgarh police action against them in Gadchiroli.

  • IPL 2018: Ben Stokes to Jaydev Unadkat, 10 big money players who failed to impress

    The 11th edition of the Indian Premier League has reached its business end. Like the previous seasons, this year too the franchises had spent big in the auction to lift coveted trophy. The league has given us many new talents likely Mayank Markande, Rahul Tewatia, Rishabh Pant and many more. However, there are also many star players who have failed to live up to the expectations. Players

  • Bhopal: ZHL employees’ body seeks PMO intervention

    Bhopal: The aggrieved employees of emergency response service provider Ziqitza Healthcare Limited (ZHL), operator of 108 ambulance in the state, has approached PMO seeking redressal of their grievances. On Friday, 108 Ambulance Karamchari Sangh, Madhya Pradesh, in a letter to PMO has sought its intervention to end the prevailing logjam between the employees and the management. The employees have been demanding reinstatement of 480 employees and timely disbursement of salaries.

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    Mumbai: Engineering student alleges professor touched her inappropriately, forcefully kissed her

    Crime against women is on the rise in Mumbai. One such incident came to light when a first-year BTech student alleged that she was molested by her professor. The student of a reputed engineering college in Mumbai alleged that she was molested by the professor in his cabin. In her complaint letter to the institute’s director, she said that the professor touched her inappropriately and forcefully kissed her.

  • Kairana Lok Sabha bypoll: Security being stepped up for bypoll

    Muzaffarnagar: Ahead of the May 28 Lok Sabha bypoll in Kairana, authorities have tightened security and are taking other steps to ensure a fair election, a police official has said. The district authorities have divided the Uttar Pradesh constituency into 14 zones and 143 sectors, the official said.

  • Indore: Fading zebra lines trouble commuters, people fined for no fault

    Indore: Though the RLVD cameras have installed at 15th SAF Battalion trisection to detect traffic norm violators, the stop lines and zebra crossings are not visible. The commuters cannot see the faded stop lines and often cross them. As a result, e-challans are issued against them.

  • Preparing for results: Failures are temporary, say experts

    Indore: The CBSE class XII board examination results are likely to be declared next week. The students are anxiously waiting for results with hopes of clearing the examination with flying colours.