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  • Indore: MP Government withdraws 60 acres land from Tata Group

    Indore: The state government has withdrawn 60 acres of land allotted to the Tata Group in Dewas. The land was given for setting-up industry but it was lying idle for over three decades. The state government can now use this land to generate investment of Rs 5000 crore.

  • Indore: Entrance exams for non-CET courses begin tomorrow

    Indore: Departmental level entrance examination for admission in courses, which are not included in common entrance test (CET), will be conducted by Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) from Friday. “The exams will commence on June 22 and continue till July 1,” said Maya Ingle who is looking after admissions for non-CET courses. Through departmental level entrance exams, admission would be granted on 1896 seats lying vacant in 46 courses offered by 15 teaching

  • Indore: 158 colleges of DAVV without full-time principals  

    Indore: As many as 158 private colleges out of 237 under Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) are headless chickens.  This information came to fore when a question was raised in the State Assembly on the number of colleges with regular principals in institutions of higher learning.

  • Indore: MP Government withdraws 60 acres land from Tata Group  

    Indore: The state government has withdrawn 60 acres of land allotted to the Tata Group in Dewas. The land was given for setting-up industry but it was lying idle for over three decades. The state government can now use this land to generate investment of Rs 5000 crore.

  • International Day of Yoga today: Yoga helps us to stay happy and healthy

    Indore: Yoga is an ancient physical, mental and spiritual practice that originated in India. Now, it is practiced in various forms around the world. Recognising its universal appeal on 11 December 2014, United Nations proclaimed June 21 as the International Day of Yoga. It aims to raise awareness about many benefits of practicing yoga. The theme for International Day of Yoga this year is, ‘Yoga for Peace’.

  • Indore: On World Music Day, tune in to your body, soul through yoga and music

    Indore: World Music Day is observed on June 21 every year, which is summer solstice, that is, the longest day of year in northern hemisphere. Started by France in 1982, World Music Day is known as ‘Fete de la Musique’ in French. Over 120 nations across the world including India has adopted it.

  • Indore: Include government schemes in PhD studies, says Governor Anandiben Patel

    Indore: Governor Anandiben Patel on Wednesday asked institutions to include government schemes in doctorate courses. “If govt schemes will be a part of PhD studies, it will be easier to create awareness among citizens. Government schemes should be topic of PhD stuidies,” she said at a function organised at a medical institute in the city. She expressed concern over ragging incidents and said Indore ranks second in most reported ragging cases in

  • Indore: City’s fitness freaks switching over to Pilates

    Indore: Pilates is the new trend among women to stay fit. Still in nascent stage, this trend is attracting homemakers, professionals and youngsters.It improves physical strength, flexibility, posture and enhances mental awareness. Developed in the early 20thcentury by Joseph Pilates, Pilates lays stress on strengthening the body rather than just losing weight. It is a low impact workout that can be practiced by people from all walks of life to stay healthy and happy.

  • Indore: GST refund worth Rs 96.45 cr made to 3129 taxpayers in 18 days

    Indore: Addressing the major demand of traders and exporters to release their GST refund, the state goods and service tax (SGST) department cleared refund claims worth Rs 96.46 crore. The department had launched special 15-day drive to redress grievance of businessmen. Though the special drive concluded on Monday, the refund drive will continue.

  • Indore: 8 drivers fined, traffic police checks school buses to prevent accidents

    Indore: The city traffic police on Tuesday launched a drive against school buses in the western part of the city. The police took action against eight bus drivers by imposing fine and issuing challan. The policemen also asked children whether their school bus is rashly driven.

  • Indore: DAVV employees asked to work for 12 hrs  

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) and district administration have come up with a formula for taking services of university’s non-teaching employees in university and for poll related work. The employees have raised protest against the formula.

  • Indore: Errors in CET forms cost students dear

    Indore: Making mistake in online application forms of common entrance test conducted by Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) for admission in a dozen teaching departments cost students heavily. They were denied admission in courses under CET during counselling on Monday.