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    Mumbai: 36 students debarred this year for copying and cheating in SSC exams

    Mumbai: 36 students have been debarred from appearing for Secondary School Certificate (SSC) board examination till March 2019 due to copying and cheating during examination. SSC results of 31 students have been ‘held in reserve’ as the inquiry against them is still going on while one student has been declared innocent.

  • Bhopal: BMC seven star rating under threat?

    Bhopal: New star ratings which is now proposed by the union government for next cleanliness survey may threaten Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) seven stars rating. The workshop focused on highlighting the parameters which are required for a garbage free city under the Swacch Bharat mission.

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    Mumbai: Students overcome all odds to perform well in SSC

    Mumbai: Students have performed well in Secondary School certificate (SSC) board examination facing all odds. Over 816 schools  of Mumbai have secured 100  per cent results which has led  to an improvement in the  performance.

  • Bhopal: Patanjali launches SIM cards in partnership with BSNL

    Bhopal: Yoga guru Ramdev’s Patanjali Ayurved has partnered state-run telecom company BSNL (Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited) to offer SIM cards. The officials of the two companies launched its SIM cards here on Friday. The scheme will benefit the subscribers of BSNL and Patanjali product users of MP and Chhattisgarh.

  • Bhopal: Youth dies as ambulance gets stuck in traffic jam for hours

    Bhopal: A 27-year-old youth died as an ambulance carrying him remained stuck in traffic jam for hours on Narmada Bridge in Hoshangabad on Friday. As many as seven vehicles broke down on the bridge bringing traffic movement to a standstill for over 10 hours.

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    Mumbai: SSC students passed with 60 to 75 percent claim they didn’t focus entirely on studies

    Mumbai: Students who have scored 60 to 75 per cent in the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) board examination have decided to buck the trend and pursue different fields of learning. They claimed they did not focus entirely on studying but involved themselves in extra-curricular activities. Now, they would like to experiment with something different.

  • Bhopal: Cheer up, monsoon to hit Madhya Pradesh in next two days

    Bhopal: Monsoon is all set to enter Madhya Pradesh from South-East side within next 48 hours. Weatherman said that southwest monsoon will hit regions of Balaghat, Jabalpur, Khargone. Weather conditions are favourable for onset of monsoon in the state which is experiencing showers in sundry parts of state.

  • Amit Shah mocks Rahul Gandhi, says lucky that he got such opposition

    New Delhi: Mocking Rahul Gandhi as a “babua” (child), BJP president Amit Shah today said the Congress chief keeps attacking the government for not doing one thing or another but should instead give account of the works of his three generations who ruled India for decades.

  • Bhopal: Shahdol district panchayat chief Narendra Maravi joins Congress

    Bhopal: BJP is not paying any attention on the public representatives and finally I have decided to quit the party and join Congress, said Shahdol district panchayat president Narendra Maravi. He was addressing a press conference accompanied with leader of opposition Ajay Singh, here on Friday.

  • Disastrous management: MBMC’s 24×7 emergency helpline not reachable

    Bhayandar: It’s as disastrous as it could be. At a time when the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted  heavy to very heavy rainfall along the Maharashtra coast, including Mumbai and adjoining areas, over this weekend, the Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation’s (MBMC) preparedness  to prevent and tackle monsoon-related disasters, paints a sordid picture of utter neglect.

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    Mumbai gets its first Academy of Pastry Arts

    Mumbai: In a first, the Academy of Pastry Arts has launched it’s centre in Mumbai. The launch event saw the likes of Chef Manjit Gill and Chef Christophe Morel, the master chocolatier.

  • Election Commission rules out irregularity in Madhya Pradesh electoral lists

    New Delhi: The Election Commission (EC) on Friday rejected reports of any irregularities in the electoral rolls in Madhya Pradesh. Responding to the allegation leveled by the Congress party, the polling body in a statement said “nothing unusual” could be noticed in the electoral roll of the state.

  • Banks’ image has gone down in recent years: PNB official

    Mumbai: The non-executive chairman of Punjab National Bank (PNB), Sunil Mehta has said that the image of banks has gone down in recent years. Speaking to ANI, after a meeting with interim Finance Minister Piyush Goyal in Mumbai on Friday, Mehta said, “The image of banks has gone down in recent years. But, at the end of the day, we have to rebuild and fix whatever has happened.” He further stressed that

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    Mumbai: BMC to file application in Supreme Court seeking clarity in conservancy jobs controversy

    Mumbai: The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) will file an application in the Supreme Court next week to request clarity in the controversy regarding its conservancy workers. Hundreds of workers had staged a protest on June 4 against the BMC decision to deny them jobs and their outstanding payment. They were denied employment due to spelling discrepancies between the High Court list and their identity proof. The Kachra Vahtuk Shramik Sangh (KVSS) staged

  • Former Goa Congress Chief Shantaram Naik passes away at 72

    Panaji: Former Rajya Sabha MP and ex-Goa Congress chief Shantaram Naik died after suffering a heart attack today, party officials said. Naik, 72, was taken to a private hospital in Margao town from his residence after he complained of uneasiness where he was declared brought dead,  Goa Pradesh Congress Committee General Secretary Altinho Gomes told PTI.

  • French Open: Rafael Nadal sees off Juan Martin del Potro, storms into final

    Paris: Spanish tennis ace Rafael Nadal on Friday outclassed Argentina’s Juan Martin del Potro to storm into his record 11th final of the French Open with a 6-4, 6-1, 6-2 win in the men’s semi-final clash. Top seed Nadal has an impressive record at the Roland Garros, winning 85 of his 87 matches played in the annual tournament so far. He will now be looking to win a record 11th grand slam

  • Kenya thrash Chinese Taipei to enter Intercontinental Cup final

    Mumbai: Kenya thrashed Chinese Taipei 4-0 in the last group stage match at the Mumbai Football Arena here on Friday to qualify for the final of the Intercontinental Cup. In order to qualify for the final, Kenya at least had to win this game with the margin of three goals and D. Odhiambo (52nd minute), J. Atudo (54th minute penalty, 89th) and T. Otieno (69th minute) made sure their team reaches the