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  • Woe-Man: 2 raped, 1 molested in 24 hours

    Police booked four people for gang raping a 32-year-old woman in Gautampura on Sunday.According to police, the victim alleged that she was waiting for a bus in Badnagar with her 11-year-old son when accused Ashok Patel, a resident of Pitawli village, and Lakhan Singh, a resident of Gudar village who were her acquaintances offered to drop her home on Saturday. But accused changed the route and took the vehicle to Gautampura, where

  • Indore: Rs.500 fee for jogging in UTD campus

    Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) has decided to charge Rs 500 from non-colligate people (outsiders) for jogging on UTD campus. The fee will be accepted online.  The university would undertake registration of people seeking permission for jogging on its campus. “The registration forms will be available from October 30,” said vice-chancellor Dr Narendra Dhakad.

  • Indore: Blood banks run out of lifeline

    Ramesh Singh (name change) admitted in a local private hospital for two days and who tested positive for dengue faced tough time in getting life saving cells –platelets – as most blood banks in the city are running short of them. He got required unit from private blood bank and is recovering.

  • Indore: High Court directs IMC to maintain status quo at Tulsiyana Residency

    The Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court on Monday directed Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) to maintain status quo at Tulsiyana Residency till its further orders.  The court also directed the IMC and other authorities to file their reply by October 30 on a petition challenging demolition drive carried out at B Block of Tulsiyana Residency, which is located in Nipaniya.

  • Indore: 7 FIRs registered for defacing public property

    The District Election Office has filed seven FIRs under Prevention of Defacement of Public Property Act, violation of Model Code of Conduct (MCC) and Babel Control Act. Orders have been given to recover the cost of property distorted and the penalty imposed. Collector and district election officer Nishant Warwade said strict action will be taken against the violators.

  • Power bikes for power play: Ballot that matters!

    Indore: More than 40 people riding Harley Davidson bikes appealed to people to cast their vote on November 28. Collector and district election officer Nishant Warwade flagged off the rally from DAVV auditorium. The bikers took out the rally that passed from different parts of the city including Bhanwarkuan Square, Juni Indore ROB, Collector Office Circle, Rajwada, 56 Shops, Palasia before concluding at Nehru Stadium. The riders carried placards with an appeal

  • Factional feud: BJP leaders baying for Usha’s blood

    Indore: The ongoing infighting within BJP in Indore assembly constituency-3 intensified a day after two groups of BJP party workers clashed during Jan Ashirwad Yatra of chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan in the city on Sunday. A delegation of senior BJP leaders from the constituency on Monday met BJP divisional organisation general secretary Jaipal Singh Chhabra and held sitting MLA Usha Thakur accountable for brawl that took place between her supporters and party

  • MP Assembly Elections 2018: All out efforts to spike Kamlesh Khandelwal

    Indore: While Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee is almost ready with its first list of candidates, which will be announced soon, party leaders are facing a major trouble in selecting the candidate for Indore’s crucial Indore-I seat, thanks to the infighting between ticket aspirants. The party has a maximum number of tickets aspirants from this seat in Indore district and all the aspirants have their own approach to the members of the screening

  • MP Assembly Elections 2018: In Bundelkhand, a bundle of issues will haunt BJP

    Indore: The Bharatiya Janata Party, which rode the Shivraj wave and won 20 out of 26 assembly seats in Bundelkhand region of Madhya Pradesh in 2013, is witnessing strong anti-incumbency wave in the region this time.  There is also resentment among upper caste voters against the BJP over SC/ST Act issue. These two issues may dent the BJP’s prospects of repeating its 2013 success.

  • Indore: Five molestation and teasing cases in 24 hours

    Five cases of molestation and sexual harassment were reported in last 24 hours in the city. Some of the accused were arrested.  The first incident took place in Khajrana on Saturday. The woman, a resident of Ujjain, lodged a complaint that she had come to meet his son in Khajrana when her minor daughter was abducted by a youth named Akhtar of South Toda. He took her to his rented accommodation in

  • Indore: Acting on MPCC plaint, cops file case

    Acting on a complaint of violation of model code of conduct by Madhya Pradesh Congress’ Committee Secretary Rakesh Singh Yadav, city police, on Sunday, have booked the Mandal president of BJP Suresh Singh in Kshipra Police Station for using minor students in political rally.

  • Indore to be among top 5 cities in five years, says CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan

    Seeking another chance to form government in the state, chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said Indore will be developed as one of the top five cities in the world. He stated this during his Jan Ashirwad Yatra, which passed through seven out of nine assembly constituencies in Indore district on Sunday. The yatra, which reached Indore district in the morning, started from Mhow assembly constituency, which national BJP general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya

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