This year, Guru Purnima will be celebrated on July 5, i.e. today.
School students of Madhya Pradesh will now be evaluated under Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) starting 2024 and pre...
Religions, communities have their auspicious dates
The new way of life after lockdown and continuous efforts to ensure safety from COVID-19 is a much more disciplined and planned way of life.
Celebrating Father’s Day today, i.e. June 21, the third Sunday of June, we recognise this powerful bond and bring you heart warming real-...
MP students to get free access
As a step to bring up the survival rate of saplings in the area, the department is planning other techniques of plantations there.
At this entry point, all the persons entering the mall will be recorded via a scanning device installed at the entrance.
Radha was born to the popular tigress named ‘naallewale baghin’ or ‘canal tigress’.
MP has the largest forest area under encroachments
As Nautapa peaks, the heat affects the health and wellness of animals especially the snakes in the recently built Snake House at the city...
From connecting their devices to online classes to interacting with the teacher online, junior students require assistance in every step.
Zainab Shaikh, a school student, was pained by the trauma of the world as over 50 lakh fight coronavirus.
Expecting these women to have access to sanitary napkins is essential putting on a rosy goggles and refusing to look at the reality.
There are many flora and fauna initiatives, which bring hope for the state’s future.
In a recent study, 265% surge in OTT, Rs 6 crore loss was recorded by multiplexes in Indore
Indore: During a webinar Dr Anuradha Srivasaraghava shared a report on how machine learning can be used to understand and fight coronavir...
265% surge in OTT, Rs 6 crore loss recorded by Multiplexes of Indore
Forming mini-towns, the culture and social norms and lifestyle is undergoing transformations in every nook and corner of the city. Every ...
The cities are attractive with better work opportunities, but life and health still lie in simplistic and minimalistic life in villages