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  • Indore: MYH conducts second paediatric bone marrow transplant of 18-old month boy

    Indore: The doctors at Maharaja Yashwantrao Hospital on Tuesday commenced the procedure of bone marrow transplant of an 18-month-old boy. This is the second such transplant in government hospital in Madhya Pradesh. Dr V S Pal, superintendent of MY Hospital, said doctors will perform bone marrow transplant of the patient by taking bone marrow of a donor after following the 10-day procedure.

  • Indore: BE student held for harassing class XII girl

    Indore: An engineering student was arrested by We Care For You cell of city police for harassing a class XII girl student on Tuesday. The accused slit the vein of his hand in front of victim’s hostel. The accused was handed over to Annapurna police station for further action.

  • Indore: Five locals among 40 secure admission in RRCAT course

    Indore: In all five students from the city, which is highest from any city in the country, have managed to secure admission in a certificate course run by Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology (RRCAT), a facility of Department of Atomic Energy, here. Of the five students, two each are from Indian Institute of Technology Indore and Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya while one is from Shri Govindram Seksaria Institute of Technology.

  • Indore: Juhi Kumar became stronger with every challenge

    Indore: From a pampered child to becoming strong like a rock, 22-year-old educator Juhi Kumar triumphed hardships and became stronger with every challenge.  Sharing her story, Juhi said, “My parents did not have children till six years of their marriage, after which they had me with the help of in-vitro fertilisation.” Being the only daughter, she was pampered and never denied any luxury.

  • Indore: Two accused nabbed in model’s harassment case

    Indore: City police on Tuesday arrested two persons in connection with the harassment of a city-based woman model in Vijay Nagar area on Sunday. The girl was driving her scooter when the accused tried to pull her skirt after which she lost balance and fell down. However, the accused denied trying to pull her skirt.

  • Indore: No security for answer books at DAVV sub centres

    Indore: A day after Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) made lead and government colleges as sub centres for evaluation work, the principals described the move as unthoughtful and refused to guarantee safety of answer books sent to them.

  • Indore neither safe nor will ever be say women

    Indore: “I never found Indore to be safe for women,” rued the model and blogger who went through her lifetime ordeal when two bike-borne youths tried to pull her skirt down on busy road near Mangal Mall on Sunday evening. In her Instagram video, which she posted few minutes after incident, she said “Indore is not safe and it will never be. To my shock, I suffered only because I was wearing

  • Indore: DAVV introduces new system a day before exams begin

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) on Monday introduced a new code system, a day before annual examinations are to begin from Tuesday. The college principals have been directed to implement it. As per the new system, the exam centres (colleges) would have to ensure that every examinee puts a computer centre (CC) code on his/her answer books so that it would be tracked during evaluation process.

  • Indore: PIMR student ragged by classmates, teacher refuses to help victim

    Indore: A first year student of Prestige Institute of Management and Research (PIMR), one of the leading colleges of the city, was allegedly ragged by two of his classmates but the institute instead of taking a stern action into the matter left it up to the victim to resolve the issue on his own.

  • Indore: This Dhakad girl wants to be a judoka

    Indore: Hoping to initiate change for girls in her family, 17-year-old commerce student Mranali Dhakad is working towards her dream of representing India in judo at Olympics in the coming years. “I am the first girl in my family, who won medals in sports and competed for nationals,” Mranali said. Coming from a family where women get married at an early age, she hopes to start a new trend by becoming a

  • Indore: DAVV shying away from fixing college fees

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV), which has been empowered by the state government to regulate fees of colleges under its wings, is shying away from exercising the authority fearing that it would strip up the hornets’ nest. A proof to it is that no meeting of fee regulatory committee, which was constituted by the university in the last week of January, has taken place despite passing off two-hand-a-half-month ago.

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    Man held for raping, killing 4-month-old girl in Indore

    Indore : A man has been arrested for allegedly raping and killing a four-month-old baby girl in Indore city of Madhya Pradesh, police said on Saturday, a day after the infant’s body was found in the basement of a commercial building here. Naveen Gadge, 25 and a cousin of the victim’s mother, was arrested late Friday night from the city, a police official said. On Friday, police had detained three-four people in

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    Indore: Eight-month-old girl brutally killed after rape attempt

    Indore: Much to the shame of Indore, an eight-month-old girl was attempted rape and brutally killed in center of the city on Friday. The killer later dumped the body in the basement from the gape of gate and fled. A man, who is captured in CCTV taking the girl along, was identified by the police and he was detained but the police. An Assistant Sub Inspector of Sarafa police station was also

  • Indore: Institute of Engineering and Technology runs with merely 49 teachers, needs 160 educators

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV), which speaks ad nauseam about the need for appointment of faculty members at colleges, is itself not complying with the rules. A proof is Institute of Engineering and Technology, an entity of DAVV and one of the leading engineering institutes in the state. It is being run with less than one third of the required number of teachers.

  • Indore: Solar energy needs a push says experts

    Indore: A seminar on sustainable development was organised at Police Training College in Musakhedi on Friday.  Sharing their experiences and ways for sustainable development,  environmentalists and solar power experts addressed the gathering. The event was part of Jimmy memorial lecture on sustainable development.

  • Indore: Petrol, diesel to get costlier, cost touches Rs 80 per litre

    Indore: Be ready to purchase petrol for Rs 80 per litre in next few days as the prices of the fuel are steadily marching upwards. With rise of another 13 paise, the price of petrol reached Rs 79.85 per litre. From January this year to April 21 (rates released on April 20 night), the petrol prices have risen by Rs 4.93 per litre and diesel by Rs 6.59 per litre.