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  • Ujjain: Youth Congress condemns cutting of tress for Jan-Ashirwad Yatra

    Ujjain: A massive rally Jan-Ashirwad Yatra to be held on July 14, during arrangements works for the rally a 60 years old tree in Nana Kheda stadium was cut down and 4-5 other trees are also in line to be cut down in the name of chief minister’s massive yatra in city.

  • Virat Kohli hugging Anushka Sharma post T20 win in England will leave you awestruck

    It was victory for the Indian Cricket Team led by Captain Virat Kohli after a glorious win at the T20 International series against England which was scored 2-1. Rohit Sharma’s century and Virat’s impressive 43 runs out of 29 balls helped the team have the upper hand in the game.

  • Ujjain: Antisocial elements damage idols of 3 temples in a week

    Ujjain: Tension spread in Ankpat after unscrupulous elements tampered with idols of deities situated in the temple on Saturday night. According to details available an idol of a Goddess which was placed in 30 years old temple at Ankapatmarg, was damaged following which members of the Sarv Hindu Samaj claimed that anti-social elements had damaged the idols of three temples of the area within a period of seven days.

  • Indore: Second merit list of undergraduate courses to be out today

    Indore: The second merit list of students seeking admission in undergraduate courses would be released by Department of Higher Education (DHE) on Monday. “The list for admission in UG courses offered by government and private colleges is likely to be released by afternoon,” said Indore division additional director (higher education) KN Chaturvedi.

  • Indore: Urdu paper of assistant professor exam cancelled due to irregularities

    Indore: Citing irregularities, the Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) has cancelled Urdu subject paper of assistant professor exam held after a gap of 25 years.  In a public notice, the MPPSC stated that Urdu paper has been cancelled because of problems occurred due to technical error and irregularities took place during the paper.

  • Indore: Emergency landing in airport as man suffers cardiac arrest

    Indore: A Delhi-Pune IndiGo flight made an emergency landing here at Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport on Sunday after a 52-year-old male passenger was taken ill on board. The plane landed at Indore airport at 9:30 am and the patient was shifted to a private hospital.

  • Indore: Along with dengue, water-borne diseases too on rise

    Indore: Experts warned of alarming rise in number of patients affected by vector-borne diseases as the city has been experiencing changing weather pattern for the past week and monsoon showers. No doubt the alert needs serious attention as the city is already hit by outbreak of dengue as 25 patients have been tested positive while one died, so far.

  • Sanju: Sanjay Dutt thanks real-life Kamli in an emotional post on Twitter

    Rajkumar Hirani has bagged another massive successful film with his Sanjay Dutt biopic ‘Sanju’ starring Ranbir Kapoor. The film has paid tribute to most of the personalities that shaped Dutt’s life over the years. But what stands above all is the actor’s friendship to Paresh Ghelani, played by Vicky Kaushal as Kamlesh Kanhaiyalal Kapasi aka Kamli.

  • Bhopal: Army jawan uses AK47 to settle property dispute

    Bhopal: An army jawan killed a man using an AK 47 rifle to settle a property dispute in Rewa district. Police have arrested the soldier and his brother and are tracking the source of the restricted automatic gun which was in his possession for over a decade. Police have also sent the details of the case to Army headquarters.

  • Bhopal: BJP social media workers ignorant of government’s schemes

    Bhopal: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, addressing a meeting of social media workers of the party here on Sunday, could not get answers from social media workers about the schemes of the government. The hall turned silent when Chouhan spoke about ‘Sambal Yojana’ launched for unorganized workers. Chouhan asked the social media workers to memorise the schemes.

  • REVEALED: Kiara Advani joins Sidharth Malhotra starrer Vikram Batra biopic

    Few months ago, we had reported that Sidharth Malhotra has been roped in to essay the protagonist in the Vikram Batra biopic. Earlier in the year, we already saw Sidharth playing the role of an army officer in Aiyaary. Now, yet again he will play a similar role, albeit inspired by real life events and people. And the latest update on that front is that Kiara Advani has come on board to play

  • Bhopal: Liquor ban only after discussions with tribal communities, says Kamal Nath

    Bhopal: The BJP government had made it clear that it will not ban liquor in MP on several occasions and Congressmen were putting pressure on the government to put ban liquor in the state. However Congress state president Kamal Nath while talking to media, in the state capital here on Sunday said, “To put a complete ban on liquor, first we have to discuss with the tribal people in the state.”

  • Bhopal: MLA Hemant Katare video in Paliwal hospital case surfaces

    Bhopal: Member of legislative assembly (MLA) Hemant Katare Katare has been booked by police on Saturday on the basis of a video where he is seen threatening cops that he will not allow admission of any new patient in the Paliwal hospital.

  • Bhopal: Police station to get separate cell for sex-related complaints

    Bhopal: A separate cell will be constituted in police stations to file and discuss sex-related complaints, said Neelam Mishra, wife of DGP here on Sunday. She was addressing a session on child safety organised by police welfare department for the wives of police personnel.

  • Priyanka Chopra to star in Shonali Bose’s ‘The Sky Is Pink’

    Mumbai: Indian actress Priyanka Chopra has been roped in director-writer Shonali Bose’s next titled “The Sky Is Pink” and has already started prepping for the Hindi film. Priyanka on Sunday night shared a photograph of the film’s draft on her Instagram stories. The draft also mentioned that the film is written by Bose.

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