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    BPSC releases admit cards for Assistant Engineer Competitive exam, check at

    The Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) has released the admit cards for Assistant Engineer Preliminary Competitive Examination. The candidates who will appear for the examination can download their admit cards from the BPSC’s official website BPSC is scheduled to organise the preliminary examination for the recruitment of Civil and Mechanical Assistant Engineers on 15th and 16th September. The examination is being held to fill 1400 assistant engineer

  • Bhopal: Fire engulfs exhibition venue, goods worth lakhs gutted

    Goods worth over lakhs were reduced to ashes after fire broke out at an exhibition venue on Dussehra Ground at Bittan market on late Thursday night. Fire engulfed one of the domes erected for the exhibition which was scheduled to start from Friday.  No casualty was reported as the fire was brought under control within an hour and it could not reach the other domes. For the expo, three domes were erected on the

  • Indore: Boil in fuel prices, petrol at Rs 86.20

    Weekend will leave a bitter taste among denizens as they will wake up to the news that the petrol price has breached Rs 86/litre mark in the city on Saturday. Petrol price has continued with its upward trend for the last 20 days and has been setting new record with every passing day. The petrol price in the city breached Rs 86 mark after the oil marketing companies announced 40paise increase in

  • Indore: 25-storey tower to come up at Super Corridor, IDA floated tender

    Construction of the state’s maiden 25-storey building at Super Corridor received nod from the High Rise building Committee, here on Friday. The Committee gave its approval for the ambitious Rs 300 crore building project of the Indore Development Authority (IDA). A meeting of the committee was held in the IMC, which was presided over by IMC commissioner, Ashish Singh. IDA CEO Kumar Purushottam was also present in the meeting and he highlighted

  • Mumbai: Western Railways detains courier for carrying gold worth 2 crore

    Mumbai: The western railways authorities have detained an Angadia (courier) on Friday after they suspect him allegedly found to be carrying gold and jewellery worth Rs 2 crore. Senior railway official said he was carrying the jewellery without a documents.

  • Indore: Dr Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin inaugurates new mosque in Bijalpur

    On the second day of his stay in the city, supreme spiritual leader of Dawoodi Bohra community Dr Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin inaugurated a newly mosque in Bijalpur on Friday by performing namaz along with his followers.  The mosque is situated in Mashakin Sophia Township in Bijalpur. On Thursday night, he visited Nurani Nagar, an area dominated by Bohra community at Dhar Road. At Mawaid (dining centre), he blessed the followers.

  • Mumbai: Actress Preeti Jhangiani files complaint against senior citizen for threatening, abusing her 7-year-old son

    Mumbai: Actress Preeti Jhangiani, who has filed a complaint against an elderly man for abusing her son, says such abusers should be named and shamed so that they learn a lesson. Talking about the incident, Preeti told IANS: “My son along with a group of friends went to play at a building garden where they have been playing for quite some time now. During the game, they create noise, fight at times,

  • Gender reassignment: Five-year-old undergoes Step I of surgery on Friday

    Mumbai: Doctors successfully performed the first step of genital reconstruction surgery on a five-year-old from Beed, at the state-run St George Hospital on Friday. Doctors said they had recreated the child’s right testicle, which had remained underdeveloped and hidden under the skin for the first five years of the child’s life.

  • Indore: Fake UltraTech cement worth Rs 15 lakh seized at SDA compound

    A joint team of Special Task Force and Lasudiya police on Friday raided a godown and recovered 2000 bags of cement, which was counterfeit of cement manufactured by UltraTech Cement, a leading Indian cement manufacturing company. Two persons who were partners were detained by the police in this connection. Police claimed that seized cement costs more Rs 15 lakh in the market.

  • Indore: Cash, goods worth Rs 10 lakh recovered from drug addicts

    Local police on Friday arrested two persons for stealing cash worth Rs 12 lakh from residential flat of garment trader located in Sadar Bazaar police station area. The accused told police that they committed theft to meet their need for consuming drugs. The police have recovered cash and valuables worth Rs 10 lakh from them. Superintendent of Police (west) Siddharth Bahuguna said theft was committed in flat of Arihant Jain at  Narayan

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    Illegal construction row: Loophole in BMC notice irks Bandra residents

    Mumbai: Residents of Pali Village in Bandra are fed up with the illegal construction being carried out in their complex garages and at the same time struggling with civic officials and Mumbai police to complain of the same. Apparently, the owner of the garage, Farook Khatri, has been carrying out illegal repairs in the garage which is dampening the wall which supports the garage and the building nearby, Elcid building. The Pali

  • Indore: Congress accuses Madhya Pradesh government of misusing Rs 1300 crore

    In a scathing attack on BJP-led state government, MP Congress Committee  secretary Rakesh Singh Yadav accused chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan of misusing Karmkar Kalyan Mandal’s funds worth Rs 1300 crore. He has sent petitions to Chief Justice of India and MP High Court Chief Justice demanding a high level inquiry into the matter.

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    US Open 2018: Novak Djokovic beats Kei Nishikori to set up final against Juan Martin Del Potro

    New York: A clinical performance by World No. 6 Novak Djokovic helped him ease past Japan’s Kei Nishikori in the semi-finals of men’s singles in the ongoing US Open and book his place in the final of the Grand Slam. The Serbian ace registered a 6-3, 6-4, 6-2 scoreline to give him a chance to win his third US Open title and his second Grand Slam of the year after the Wimbledon win

  • MMS likely to part with BJP only to join Congress

    Mumbai: Maharashtra Muslim Sangh (MMS), an umbrella organisation of more than 100 Non -Governmental Organisations (NGOs) has decided to parted ways with Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and go with Congress in the next Lok Sabha (LS) and state assembly elections.

  • Mumbai: RPF men save man from fatal mishap

    Karjat: Two RPF (Railway Protection Force) personnel from Karjat section saved a passenger who had fallen from a running train into the gap between the train and platform at Karjat railway station. An RPF official said the incident took place on Thursday at 9.10 am. The on-duty constable Banbari Lal and constable Jitendra Singh saw a passenger alighting from Deccan Express train which was still in motion and fell between the gap of

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    Multiple complaints lodged against ‘Ravan’ Kadam across Maharashtra

    Mumbai: A Non-Cognisable offence has been registered by the Ghatkopar police against Ram Kadam, a Member of Legislative Assembly from the Bhartiya Janata Party. On September 3, at a dahi-handi event at Ghatkopar, Kadam had stated that if men proposed women and they did not agree, he would get the women kidnapped.

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    Maharashtra top minister’s flip-flop on contesting polls

    Mumbai: A day after creating a flutter by publicly declaring he would not be contesting any election in the future, revenue minister Chandrakant Patil, from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), made a U-turn, claiming the party will decide on his candidature.