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  • Ujjain: Speed up unorganised labourers’ registration, says UMC commissioner

    Ujjain: Municipal commissioner Pratibha Pal convened a review meeting and took stock of registration of unorganised labourers. Pal asked officials for speeding up the registration of labourers of unorganised sector.  Instructing the officials concerned she set a minimum limit of per day registration to not less than 2300 labourers. She expressed her dissatisfaction on the report presented by the official concerned in this regard during the meeting.

  • Ujjain: Muslim community condemns Mandsaur rape incident

    Ujjain: Muslim community members assembled on Friday at KD Gate and condemned the rape incident that took place in Mandsaur. After Friday prayers in Ujjain, Muslim community protested against the gruesome rape of an 8-year-old girl in Mandsaur.

  • Ujjain: Professors continue agitation, stage dharna

    Ujjain: Under the aegis of state government college professors association for implementing UGC salary scale, professors staged ‘dharna’ at Government girls’ postgraduate college located at Dussehra Maidan on Friday.

  • Ujjain: Proposal submitted for opening of upmandi in Narvar

    Ujjain: A proposal for opening of an upmandi in Narvar has been submitted to the collector. Village Narvar comes under Ujjain district mandi and it also has agriculture businessman in large numbers. A meeting was organised in the presence of mandi president Bahadur Singh Bormundla in which members raised the demand of opening of upmandi in Narvar.

  • Ujjain: Status of CM helpline pending complaints reviewed

    Ujjain: Additional collector B B S Tomar reviewed status of CM helpline pending complaints in a meeting at Simhastha fair office on Friday. He instructed departments concerned that complaints which are pending for more than 300 days should be resolve within one week. In the city about 265 complaints were pending for more than 300 days.

  • Indore: DAVV teachers join stir for 7th pay scale

    Indore: The stir called by government college teachers to push for their demand of seventh pay scale got a shot in the arm as their counterparts in Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) also joined the protest on Friday. “Our interests and issues are common so we have joined agitation called by our college counterparts,” said Laxman Shinde, secretary of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya Teachers’ Association (DEVTA). He said that the stir would continue till

  • Indore: After CET 2nd counselling, only 1 student takes admission in electronics dept

    Indore: Though seats in most courses run by Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) teaching departments are filled through common entrance test (CET), programmes offered by School of Electronics could not find takers. Keeping in view the dismal response, DAVV may not offer admission in electronics courses through CET in future.

  • Indore: Youth Congress workers cause traffic jam on aerodrome road

    Indore: Many people going towards city airport were stuck in traffic jam that occurred on Aerodrome Road due to large number of Congress workers who visited airport to receive national Youth Congress president Keshav Yadav. Passengers, who had to take flights left vehicles on road and rushed with their luggage to airport to catch flights.

  • Indore: Allotments on 70% seats in BEd colleges

    Indore: Department of Higher Education (DHE) on Friday allocated admissions on 70 per cent seats in BEd colleges but college directors still cried foul stating that most of the students allocated to them are from outstations.
    “Many local students have been allocated colleges in other cities whereas students from other cities have been granted seats in Indore colleges.

  • Indore: Minor girl commits suicide, angry residents stage chakka jam

    Indore: Demanding death sentence for the accused and dismissal of guilty policemen, the family members of class X girl who committed suicide, staged chakka jam at Phooti Kothi Square along with hundreds of residents on Friday. The angry residents made a human chain at the square due to which there was a long queue of vehicles around the square for more than an hour.

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  • Bhopal: Paliwal hospital director accuses Katare brothers of issuing threats

    Bhopal: Katare family has found itself embroiled in controversy once again after a noted city-based medical practitioner accused it of issuing threats. Director of Paliwal Hospital Dr Jaiprakash Paliwal, a former Congress spokesperson, on Friday alleged that henchmen of Katare brothers have threatened him to pay Rs 2.15 crore. The Katare family has however claimed that the doctor owes them the amount.

  • Bhopal: Consumers to bear shock of electricity bill waiver

    Bhopal: The brunt of waiving off electricity bills of unorganized workers by the state government would fall on general consumers. The waiving off electricity bills will put financial burden of Rs 5200 crore. The state government would be compensating only 1800 crore as subsidy.

  • Amritlal Vegad passes away at 90, he continued Narmada Parikrama till age of 88   

    Bhopal: “If, fifty years from now, you see a couple performing Narmada Parikrama and you find that the husband, with broom in hand, is cleaning the ghats and the wife is throwing away the rubbish, be sure that they are Kanta (my wife) and me in our next birth,” said Amritlal Vegad in a documentary, based on a long interview with him.