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    LIC to insure eligible demat account holders with CDSL

    Mumbai: In a move to reach out to investors, LIC of India’s Mumbai unit signed an MoU with Central Depository Services (India) Ltd (CDSL). This is to provide group insurance coverage to all eligible demat account holder aged between 18 to 59 years serviced through DPs (Depository Participants) associated with it. The group insurance scheme will provide a cover of Rs 1,00,000 for every eligible demat account subject to maximum of Rs

  • Indore: Finally, Delhi Public School principal put behind bars

    Indore: City police on Monday arrested principal, of Delhi Public School (DPS) in the tragic school bus accident which claimed lives of four innocent children and the bus driver on January 5 last.

  • Indore: Ill-equipped dept battles violators, citizens call it eye-wash

    Indore: The DPS bus tragedy has turned out to be a rude wake up call for traffic police. It has not only brought the menace of over-speeding by vehicle owners to the fore but also the short-comings of the department in tackling the menace.

  • Indore: DPS dares to skip collector’s meeting on safety norms

    Indore: Delhi Public School, which was under fire over allegations of violating safety norms and standards following the tragic bus accident, dared to skip the meeting called by collector on Tuesday to discuss preventive measures and safety norms. About 150 representatives from different schools attended the meeting.

  • Indore: HC issues notice to DPS, RTO, collector and 6 others on PIL

    Indore: Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court on Friday issued notice to Delhi Public School (DPS), RTO, district collector and six others on a public interest litigation (PIL) alleging the tragic accident occurred due to noncompliance of prescribed guidelines by the DPS school bus.

  • Bhopal: Denied by best private schools, parents opt for govt schools

    Bhopal: Parents are not interested in getting their wards admitted to every private school under RTE. They want their children should get admitted only to the best schools. The date of admission under Right to Education (RTE) has been extended to June 6, from May 31.

  • Parents to concentrate on fee regulation act, not schools

     Indore :  Indore Parents Association (IPA), which has been spearheading a movement for school fee regulation, has decided to focus on government and its agencies concerned and take their fight to individual schools.

  • DPS notices to dissenting parents, demands Rs 1 cr compensation

    Indore :  Taking strict cognizance of statements and activities of a few dissenting parents, Delhi Public School (DPS), Indore issued them notices demanding Rs 1 crore as compensation from those concerned for quantified damages to the reputation of the school and its management.

  • Parents protest at Delhi Public School turns violent

    Indore : Parents of the students studying in Delhi Public School (DPS), protested in front of the school demanding justification of fee hike over the last 5 years, on Tuesday. The protest escalated into a brawl when a staff member of DPS said, “You all are behaving like BPL members.”

  • DPS, Shishukunj parents demand explanation on fee hike

    Indore : Parents of the students studying at the Delhi Public School (DPS) and Shishukunj International School (SIS) are protesting against the fees hike and demanding justification of the fees charged by the schools, while the infrastructure offered has no new developments.

  • DEO directs DPS to suspend admission process

    Indore : Citing violation of norms, the District Education Officer (DEO) on Tuesday directed the management of Delhi Public School-Indore (DPS) to suspend its admission process for the next academic year.

  • DEO directs DPS to suspend its admission process

    Indore : Citing violation of norms, the District Education Officer (DEO) on Tuesday directed the management of Delhi Public School-Indore (DPS) to suspend its admission process for the next academic year.