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    Kajol: Stop fixating over beauty standards

    New Delhi: Actress Kajol says people should stop “fixating” on the set beauty standards as everybody is made “beautifully and individually”. Asked about her stance on actresses speaking up about women being objectified and speaking up against body shaming, Kajol told IANS: “My stance over it is that we just need to stop fixating on it so much and we need to stop paying so much attention

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    Happy with roles I am doing: Nushrat Bharucha

    Bangkok: Having done films of the same genre back-to-back with “Pyaar Ka Punchnama” and “Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety”, actress Nushrat Bharucha has no fear of getting boxed in a category and says she is happy with the roles she is doing.

  • Tamil star Karthi’s next brings back value of a ‘joint family’ 

    Mumbai: Tamil star Karthi who has been doing a lot of intense roles lately in films like “Kaashmora”, Mani Ratnam’s “Katru Veliyidai”, is now shooting for a project close to his heart that involves the values of a joint family.

  • Ex-South Korean Prime Minister Kim Jong-pil passes away at 92

    Seoul: Kim Jong-pil, the founder of South Korea’s spy agency whose political skills helped him also serve twice as prime minister, first under his dictator boss and later under a man his agency kidnapped, has died. He was 92.

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    Ujjain: Officials demarcate government land

    Ujjain: A team of revenue department comprising eight officials demarcated disputed land adjacent to Pushpa Mission Hospital on Friday afternoon. Officials of Ujjain Development Authority (UDA) and Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC) were present during the drive.

  • India, Cuba stand for South-South cooperation

    Havana : Both India and Cuba have strong and friendly relations and stood for South-South cooperation respectively, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said here on Friday.

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    Ujjain: Karni Sena chief wants Ram castle not temple in Ayodhya

    Ujjain: Rajput Karni Sena founder Lokendra Singh Kalvi and state in-charge Kamlendra Singh Hada visited the city on Friday. State general secretary Neha Rajawat, Deepu Chandel, divisional vice-president Tikam Singh, district head Gajendra Singh, district in-charge Bhupendra Singh Bains, secretary Gulab Singh and Hema Kushwah welcomed him.

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    Ujjain: Minister Maya Singh reviews development works

    Ujjain: Urban development and housing minister Maya Singh reviewed undergoing developmental with senior officials of Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC) during her visit to the city on Friday.  She instructed municipal authorities to ensure that permanent structures constructed during Simhastha are properly maintained. In the meeting Singh received detailed information about construction work being carried out within municipal limits from officers and gave necessary instructions.

  • Mumbai: Man dies after falling into open drain near Kurla

    Mumbai: A man died after he fell into an uncovered drain near Kurla signal at Eastern Express Highway in Mumbai. The incident took place last night. The identity of the man is yet to be ascertained. The locals in the area said that they had been facing problems because of the open drain since past few days. One of the locals told ANI, “There are several uncovered manholes in the area. We

  • Ujjain: Meritorious students of Rathore community to be feted

    Ujjain: Rathore community will felicitate meritorious students for their performance in Board of Secondary Education examination. Six children made it into the merit list and will be given Rs 1 lakh as award. They will also be honoured at state-level Pratibha Samman Samaroh 2018, to be organised at Ravindra Bhawan, Bhopal on July 29.

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    Ujjain: e-dedication of 2000 PM Awas Yojana houses today

    Ujjain: Ujjain Municipal Corporation will organise house dedication programme for 53 houses constructed under Pradhan Mantra Awas Yojana at Jogipura on Maxi Road on Saturday afternoon. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also dedicate another 2000 houses built under the scheme at the cost of Rs 5 crore in Ujjain city during a programme organised at Indore’s Nehru Stadium.

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    Gujarat: 7 people killed, 24 injured in road accident near Bhavnagar-Somnath highway

    Amreli (Gujarat): At least seven people were killed and 24 others injured after a truck skidded off a bridge near Bhavnagar-Somnath highway in Gujarat’s Amreli district. The incident took place last night.The injured have been shifted to a nearby hospital, and are undergoing treatment. More details are awaited.

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    Indore: Admin avoids sending passes to DAVV after media leak

    Indore: Tasked with sending 20,000 students to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s programme on June 23, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) was in for a surprise as entry passes did not reach it even as college principals lined up for them at RNT Marg campus on Friday.

  • Maharashtra City Taxi Rules: Cost of Ola, Uber riders may shoot up by 40%

    Mumbai: If the new rule — Maharashtra City Taxi Rules 2017, were to come into force, the per day cost to consumers is likely to increase by 40 per cent and that of taxi drivers is likely to increase by 93 per cent for app-based aggregators (Ola and Uber). This was stated by a study undertaken by (Consumer Unity & Trust Society) CUTS International.

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    Indore CET: Second counselling schedule declared

    Indore: A day after the first round of common entrance test (CET) counselling concluded, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya announced schedule for second round.  “The second counselling will begin on July 3 and continue till July 11,” said CET organising committee chairman Anil Kumar.

  • Indore: Last date to apply for BEd counselling today

    Indore: Students seeking admission in BEd course and have not applied for admission should apply immediately. The registration for first round of BEd counselling ends on Saturday. “Registrations for BEd, MEd, BPEd, MPEd and four other teacher education programmes had started from June 15. Nine days were given to students to apply for first round of counselling,” said Indore division additional director KN Chaturvedi.  He said that the online registration window would

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    Indore: Poor response forces DAVV to reduce fee of three courses

    Indore: Finance committee of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) has approved a proposal for reducing fees of three courses run by School of Social Science. The courses include Master of Social Works, Bachelor of Social Works and Master of Arts (Sociology). The decision to reduce fees comes after students gave cold response to the courses which witnessed poor response from students.

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    Indore: DAVV EC member terms new evaluation system ‘failure’

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) executive council member Alok Dawar claimed that the new evaluation system adopted by the university ahead of UG final semester exams turned out to be a damp squib.  “The university had claimed that the new system will deliver results within a month. More than 45 days have passed since UG final semester exams but still the results have not been declared,” Dawar told reporters.