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  • Kerala Floods: State government sticks with KPMG for rebuilding state

    Thiruvananthapuram: The Kerala government on Wednesday decided that despite the Congress-led opposition’s opinion about KPMG, an international professional service company, selected as consultant partner for rebuilding the flood-ravaged state, it will stick with them, a minister said. Industries Minister E.P. Jayarajan, deputising for Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan who is presently in the US for treatment, told the media here that KPMG has already started its work in the state.

  • Japan evacuates major airport after typhoon wreaks havoc

    Tokyo: A major airport that was cut off when a huge typhoon smashed through its sole access road was being evacuated Wednesday, as Japan grappled with devastation caused by its most powerful storm in a quarter of a century. Boats were ferrying stranded passengers from Kansai International Airport — one of the Country’s busiest — after thousands of people were forced to spend the night in the partially flooded facility.

  • Google turns 20, to keep building products for everyone

    San Francisco: Google that came into existence 20 years back with its first product Search engine from a garage today has seven products that are used by more than a billion people every month. The exact date of the company’s founding is up for debate — even for those who are in the business of providing answers.

  • Bhopal: CM launches state-wide traffic awareness, road safety & rules adherence campaign

    Bhopal: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan launched a state-wide traffic awareness, road safety and traffic rules adherence campaign from Bhopal on Tuesday. Those who obey traffic rules will be honoured while violators will be counseled to follow the rules during this campaign. Chouhan formally launched the campaign at Roshanpura square and honoured the riders of motorcycles who were wearing helmets and car drivers wearing their seat belts. He advised the riders who

  • Bhopal: BJP OBC cell to bridge gap between reserved and general categories

    Bhopal: Amidst ‘Swarnas’ protests against Centre’s ordinance overruling Supreme Court’s decision in SC/ST Act, Bharatiya Janata Party, other backward castes (OBC) cell have decided to initiate communication between the reserved and general categories.

  • Bhopal: No seizure of vehicle on first time illegal sand transportation

    Bhopal: In a Cabinet meeting on Tuesday, changes were made in sand mining policy. The vehicles found involved in illegal transportation of sand on first count would not be seized but would be slammed seven-fold penalty. Vehicle would be seized on finding involvement in illegal sand transportation on second count.

  • Bhopal: CM samadhan forces HED to wake up from slumber

    Bhopal: Close on the heels of CM samadhan, in which all cases related to CM Helpline would be reviewed by the CM, MP Higher education department woke up from its slumber during a video conference organised by the commissioner with additional directors and principals of the colleges on last day of previous month.

  • Bhopal: Pipeline laying work add to traffic woes

    Bhopal: Ongoing pipeline laying work for Narmada water supply, undertaken by Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC), has disrupted traffic leading to huge traffic jams in Income Tax office, SBI LHO area. Vehicles remain stranded for hours.

  • Bhopal: Mayor express fail to evoke public’s response

    Bhopal: Though BSCDCL has been ranked fifth on the basis of the project implementation and other works of development in a survey by the union government, recently. But the services being offered under its projects are yet to make a mark in the life of people. For instance the mayor express started some two years back has failed to connect with the general public as the 17 facilities on offer get on

  • Bhopal: Supreme Court issues notice to MPPSC for not following backlog roster

    Bhopal: Responding to the special leave petition (SLP) filed by a whistle blower and activist Devendra Pratap Singh Supreme Court has issued a notice to the Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) on Tuesday for making wrong calculation of backlog posts in recruitment of professors. The case has been listed for hearing on October 5.

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    See pics: Shraddha Kapoor celebrates father Shakti’s birthday; Asha Bhonsle joins the family celebrations

    Post the release of her latest movie, Shraddha Kapoor, has been keeping extremely unwell. The actress has been promoting her latest release Stree, and her next one Batti Gul Meter Chalu while shooting for Saaho. She has been laid down with high fever and over exhaustion but that didn’t stop Shraddha from bringing in her Baapu’s (as she calls her father

  • Adiya Pancholi acquitted by Bandra court in 2015 assault case due to lack of evidence

    Aditya Pancholi has been surrounded by controversies and adding to his woes, was another one that led to his arrest in 2015. The actor, who was allegedly also involved in the Jiah Khan suicide case, was accused of assaulting a bouncer at a nightclub, followed by which the Santacruz police station made the arrest. But after a fine, he was bailed out and now three years after the case, the actor has

  • Shah Rukh Khan once again did #AskSRK Twitter session and it was filled with witty replies; Check out

    No matter what happens, Shah Rukh Khan will not be the King of Bollywood but also King of wit. The superstar is not only a charming personality onscreen but off-screen too. His witty and sarcastic comebacks have always been loved by fans and it is clearly seen on social media platforms. The superstar, every now and then, holds #AskSRK session where he answers fan questions, gives me advice and

  • Shocking! FIR filed against singer Kumar Sanu for singing till late night at event in Muzaffarpur

    Popular 90s playback singer Kumar Sanu is in legal mess. According to reports, an FIR has been lodged against the playback singer because apparently, he did not follow the time limit set by law for conducting public functions. He was invited as a guest of honour at an event held in a school and his singing session went on till wee hours of the morning. A case has been registered against the

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    Philippines: Mayor of Ronda city shot dead inside his office

    Manila: The mayor of Ronda, a city in central Philippines, was shot dead on Wednesday morning when several men broke into his office, marking the 16th elected local official to be assassinated under the current administration. Ronda mayor Mariano Blanco III was pronounced dead at 2.25 a.m local time (18.25 GMT on Tuesday) upon arriving at a nearby hospital in Barili town, police senior inspector JR Palcon said, Efe reported.