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Claims and counter-claims dominate GP election results

    Staff Reporter, BJP claims to have won the post of Sarpanch in 132 out of 235 GPs that went to polls in Nagpur district Congress claims to have won 93 GPs including Fetri adopted by Chief Minister and Suradevi adopted by Guardian Min..

SIT arrests builder Wadhwani, Gwalbanshi

  Special Correspondent, Cops produced Wadhwani and Shubhangi before the court and were later released on bail OFFICERS attached to Special Investigation Team (SIT) of Crime Branch, on Tuesday, arrested builder and developer Vedprakash alias App..

‘Diwali Ank’: The light still enlightens yet...

  By Parth Welankar, ‘Diwali Ank’: Of the many flavours of Diwali, this is the one that announces the commencement of the celebrations most eloquently. These traditional magazines hold the torch for the celebrations to come. For most..

Naidu, Rudy meet Nitin Gadkari

  Staff Reporter, Telugu community members give a rousing welcome to Naidu at the airport N Chandrababu Naidu, Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, and Rajiv Pratap Rudy, former Union Minister of State for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, we..

City’s Deepali wins Mrs India Galaxy Confident title

  Staff Reporter, Deepali Rajan Gajbe brought laurels to the city by winning Mrs India Galaxy Confident 2017 title in Mrs India Galaxy 2017 contest recently. Among 5,000 contestants only 40 got selected to participate in the Finale. Deepali repre..

Bawankule discusses issues of Sitabuldi fort, Koradi with MoS Defence Dr Bhamre

  Staff Reporter, Central Government will consider to open historic Sitabuldi fort daily for the visitors, assured Dr Subhash Bhamre, Minister of State for Defence in a meeting with Guardian Minister Chandrashekhar Bawankule at New Delhi. They al..

ST workers’ strike paralyses operations

  Staff Reporter, Admn provides relief to passengers by allowing private vehicles to transport them Passengers facing hardships this festive season due to indefinite strike called by different ST Workers Unions in the city. The ST workers h..

Farmers to get loan-waiver benefit from Oct 18: CM

  Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Monday announced that loan waiver benefits would be provided to farmers from October 18. Fadnavis also informed that over one crore applications got registered on-line for Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Shetkari ..

‘Early detection and awareness about breast cancer is must’

  Principal Correspondent, Delayed disease presentation due to illiteracy, lack of awareness, financial constrains in some regions of India leads to late diagnosis, which in turn increases mortality rate of breast cancer. Breast cancer is the le..

BSP creates ruckus over Dr Ambedkar memorial

  Special Correspondent, General body transacts business amidst pandemonium The members of Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) created ruckus over delay in the construction of Bharat Ratna Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Memorial Centre at Patwardhan Ground n..

‘Dhan Teras’ to be celebrated with traditional fervour today

By Rajendra Diwe, ‘Dhan Teras’ or ‘Dhan Trayodashi’ is the most auspicious and important day of Diwali. In some parts of country, this day is considered as the first day of Diwali while in other parts it is the second day of Diw..

NMC staffers to get additional 4% DA

  Staff Reporter, Cash strapped Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) has announced enhancement of 4 per cent dearness allowances (DA) to its employees. This is a Diwali gift given by the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Mayor Nanda Jichkar and ..

Govt failed to deliver on all fronts, alleges Chavan

  Staff Reporter, Launching a blistering attack against BJP led governments at Centre and State, the MPCC Chief Ashok Chavan on Monday blamed them for wrong decisions due to which economy and common people have been adversely affected. The Govern..

RTO rural team seizes three trucks containing steel rolls

  Kalmeshwar Correspondent, In a surprise check, Regional Transport Office Rural team has seized three steel rolls overloaded truck of JSW company. The raid was conducted recently at the business area near Kalmeshwar Railway station. All three se..

‘Offee’, a solution to flaws in exam, result delivery system

  By Vikas Vaidya, Innovator of the device, Amit Shah, conducted one lakh examinations within six months He invented a device that does not need the Internet but it can download the material faster than those device using the Internet. It can be..

‘Provide more opportunities to in-service docs’

  Staff Reporter, High Court’s respite to in-service doctors with less than 3 years experience for DHS-CPS courses High Court has stressed the need to provide more opportunities to in-service medical officers to improve their qualification..

Sinha, Patole hold closed-door parleys

  Staff Reporter, Former Finance Minister Yashwant Sinha, who has launched a blistering attack on economic policies of NDA Government on Sunday evening met BJP MP from Bhandara-Gondia Nana Patole at Nagpur airport. At the VIP lounge, Patole and S..

State moots land use planning to end parking woes of cities

  Special Correspondent, Mah Government forms committee to study parking requirements of all major cities During every festive season, the city roads are abuzz with people and it is extremely difficult to find a decent parking slot. Even in non-..

Corporator Khan to raise issue of lack of cleanliness in NMC meeting today

  Staff Reporter, BJP corporator Naseem Bano Ibrahim Khan will raise the issue of lack of cleanliness in her Prabhag 3 in North Nagpur in the general body meeting slated on Monday October 16 at Town Hall. She informed in a press release that max..

Dengue, traffic, Metro work to figure in general body meet of NMC today

  Staff Reporter, The people of Nagpur are facing tough time due to construction work of Nagpur Metro on at various city roads. The roads in different areas are also in bad shape due to laying of cable network. These public issues will be raised ..

Expert’s to help in resolving Maskasath Trunk line issue

  Staff Reporter, Municipal Commissioner Ashwin Mudgal visited Maskasath to get first-hand knowledge about the problems faced by the citizens in laying of trunk line in the area. The construction of main trunk line is going on for last two years ..

Nagpur will host a great nationals, says Gopi

Sports Reporter, WITH just over a fortnight remaining in the city hosting its maiden senior national badminton championships, the encouraging and kind words of appreciation coming from none other than the national coach Pullela Gopichand sounds music t..

Gates open to Mine Tourism at Saoner, Gondegaon Coal Mines

By Parth Welankar In one of the first initiatives, Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) in collaboration with Western Coalfields Limited (WCL) has opened the gates of tourism to the underground as well as surface mines in Saoner. Tourism ..

CAG in action for better public utilities

Staff Reporter, Vigilant citizens of Dharampeth formed a Civic Action Group (CAG) that would work for better public utilities and facilities in Dharampeth with the help of civic authorities concerned. Addressing a press conference, Vivek Ranade, an act..

HC rejects plea by coal block allottees against ED action

Staff Reporter, In a major jolt for prominent businessmen from city who are on radar of Enforcement Directorate (ED), Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court has rejected their petitions challenging action against them under Prevention of Money Laundering Ac..

Man-eater tigress dies of electrocution

Special Correspondent, The problem-tigress came in contact with charged fence of a farm in Sindivihiri village in wee hours of Saturday Farm owner Ramkrishna Tekam arrested after being booked under relevant sections of the Wildlife Protection Act Eve..

CBI books 11 WCL officials for corruption, cheating

Special Correspondent, The officials falsely reported excess removal of OB,  misappropriation of fuel causing loss of Rs 28.84 cr to WCL OFFICERS attached to Nagpur-based Anti-Corruption Unit of Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) booked 11 off..

Sharma is FASII Ngp Divn chief

                        Staff Reporter, Anil Sharma, a renowned businessman, reputed social worker, educationist has been nominated as President of Nagpur Division of Federation of..

BJP’s Sandeep Gavai retains seat by a slender margin

Special Correspondent, IN a nail-biting contest, senior worker of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Sandeep Gavai won the by-election of prabhag 35 (A) by a slender margin of 463 votes. He defeated his nearest rival Pankaj Thorat of Congress. Gavai received..

Fodder revolution has potential to make Vidarbha farmers prosperous

  Staff Reporter, Quality fodder to livestock means increase in yield of milk, says Anoop Kumar Low milk production, lack of desired results in supplementing the income of farmers have been the problems haunting the policy-makers as far as rainf..

Civic body strongly justifies water allotted from Pench

  By Manish Soni, The water reservation is apt for existing population Effort on to reduce distribution loss, improve infrastructure NMC to submit water budget to VIDC today Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) has justified its demand seeking m..

The Fatal Chain: Failure of Bt Cotton, increased sprays, poisoning deaths

  By Kartik Lokhande, Root cause is not easily visible to the public eye, as the debate centres around immediate reasons only. As one goes deeper into the causes of pesticide poisoning deaths in Yavatmal district, one realises that the root cause..

26 shops razed from Tajabag

    Staff Reporter, Enforcement Department of Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) razed encroachment from Tajabag premises on Wednesday. The tension was prevailed at Tajabag when women opposed the action. The heavy police bandobast deployed ..

Inculcation of passion for creative writing ‘Agnistok’ released

  Staff Reporter, The inauguration of ‘AGNISTOK’ powered by The Hitavada was held at Shri Datta Meghe Auditorium, at Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering (YCCE). ‘Agnistok’ is an annual magazine of Department of Elect..

‘Govt should make pesticide industry pay up for relief, rehab of farmers’

  Staff Reporter, “There is nothing called safe pesticides. Pesticides are dangerous. The rampant use of pesticides, including unapproved, illegal and ‘unsafe’ use, is clearly an indication of failure of pesticides or geneticall..

Amicus Curiae to probe into affairs of clubs

  Staff Reporter, The panel to probe whether prime government lands allotted for pittance are being commercially exploited to earn profits in breach of lease conditions Taking a tough stand against the beneficiaries of prime government lands inc..

NMC consuming more water than standard norms: MWRRA

  Special Correspondent, Asks NMC to submit water budget report by October 15 Directs Chief Auditor to undertake water audit of NMC In a major jolt to Nagpurians who are used to consume water from Pench project for decades without any restricti..

Unaware farmers becoming victims of pesticide business

  By Kartik Lokhande, Mahatma Gandhi had warned about ills of ‘commerce without conscience’. In deaths and ailments of farmers and farm labourers due to pesticide poisoning, one can see an example of those ills. Yavatmal, which has e..

Poor voting in by-poll, result today

  Staff Reporter, Low turnout of the voters in the by-poll of prabhag 35 (A) has increased the worries of all political parties. Only 24.33 percent voters cast votes in the election held on Wednesday. The fate of Sandeep Gavai of Bharatiya Janata..

Narrow escape for ST bus passengers

  Our Correspondent, SAMUDRAPUR, As many as 50 passengers travelling in an ST bus heading towards Chimur from Hinganghat had a narrow escape when the bus collided head on with the State Transport Bus near Parde Godown on Nandori Road on Wednesda..

Guardian Minister assures aid to kin of pesticide poisoning victims

Staff Reporter, Chandrashekhar Bawankule, Guardian Minister of district, paid a visit to the families of persons who had died due to accidental inhalation of pesticides. He assured the families that the Government would provide aid to them. Bawankule ..

Youth booked for molesting, attacking girl

  Staff Reporter, NANDANVAN Police on Tuesday booked a youth for attacking a minor girl with a blade after outraging her modesty. The accused, Gaurav Sonkusre (23) is a resident of Nandanvan.The 16-year-old victim lodged a complaint that Gaurav a..

CM orders SIT probe into pesticide issue

  Staff Reporter, Culpable homicide cases against pesticide companies making wrong formulations, and selling those without approval Ban on ‘Chinese spray guns’ Agriculture Development Officer of Yavatmal district to be suspended De..

Metro to run between Sitabuldi-Airport by Nov 2018

  By Manish Soni, Time schedule for achieving target Reach -I from Airport to Sitabuldi by November 2018 Reach- II from Sitabuldi to Automotive by December 2019. Reach -III from Lokmanya Nagar to Subhash Nagar June 2018 Reach III from Sub..

Pesticide deaths not new, went unnoticed over the years

  By Kartik Lokhande,   When a crisis becomes a matter of public debate, efforts are often made to make it look like a new phenomenon. The only intention behind this is to shun the responsibility for what had happened in the past. This is h..

Gang of burglars busted; stolen booty worth over Rs 5.37 lakh recovered

  Staff Reporter, A CAP of a juvenile delinquent found at a crime spot helped Sakkardara Police crack 12 theft cases and recover stolen gold and silver ornaments collectively worth over Rs 5.37 lakh from a six-member gang of burglars. Cops arre..

RPF seizes 14 laptops, 4 projectors from train

  Staff Reporter, The electronic gadgets were being smuggled to Allahabad A consignment containing 14 laptops and four projectors was seized by the Crime Intelligence Branch (CIB) of Railway Protection Force (RPF) on Tuesday from Allahabad bound..

LPG cylinder explodes after leakage in Wathoda

  Staff Reporter, A family living in the Wathoda area had a narrow escape when a domestic LPG cylinder leaked and exploded on Tuesday evening. A wall and concrete pillars of the house collapsed after the explosion. According to information, Nand..

NMC to place green, blue bins by roadside for waste collection

  Staff Reporter, Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) will place dustbins of green and blue colour by the sides of prominent roads in the city to collect dry and wet garbage. Maharashtra Government has sanctioned Detailed Project Report (DPR) of R..

NMC to develop six 24x7 shelters for urban homeless

  By Manish Soni, Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) will develop six 24 x7 shelters in the city for the urban homeless as per the directions of the Supreme Court. These shelter homes will be coming up at Buti Kanya School, beneath bridge in fron..

Spraying Deaths: A case of system failure

  Staff Reporter, Yet another crisis has hit the beleaguered agricultural sector of Vidarbha as 50 persons have died so far after inhaling pesticides used for controlling pest attacks on cotton crop. National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has is..

Centre to enact law for banning hookah joints: Ahir

  Staff Reporter, Hansaraj Ahir blames neighbouring countries for spreading drug menace in India Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Hansaraj Ahir on Monday informed that Union government would enact a law soon to ban hookah joints across t..

Sunday mishap: Maha Metro suspends two in-charge engineers for negligence

  Staff Reporter, No drilling during night hours Metro to bear expenditure for hospitalisation of injured women Taking a very cognisance of the serious mishap which took place on Sunday, Maha Metro has suspended two incharge engineers for their..

Woman gets two Rs 500 notes of same number from ATM

  Staff Reporter, Next time, when you go to ATM to withdraw the money for personal use beware as you may get fake currency or notes of same series. This might be unbelievable but an ATM of a nationalised bank has issued Rs 500 currency of same se..

Bawankule slams admin for apathy

  Staff Reporter, Guardian Minister Chandrashekhar Bawankule assured that Government will provide adequate help to farmers and their families who got affected by pesticide poisoning in Nagpur district. He instructed officials of Agriculture Depar..

Joint efforts needed to solve waste management issue: Prof Tej Singh

  Special Correspondent, ‘Waste management’ is a challenging issue for the country and we have to jointly resolve it, said Prof Tej Singh, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) while addressing an International Conference on..

CM directs officials to normalise power situation in seven days

  Staff Reporter, Energy Minister appeals to the citizens to save electricity IN view of the acute shortage in supply of coal that has resulted in load-shedding in some parts of Maharashtra, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis chaired a high-level ..

Menacing tigress now in Katol area

    Katol Correspondent, An atmosphere of insecurity prevailed among villagers of Borgondi (Linga) and other nearby villagers in Katol tehsil when they learnt that the menacing Brahmapuri tigress travelling from Bor jungle to Warud reached ..

Grand students’ rally marks conclusion of Wildlife Week

  Staff Reporter, Around 400 teachers and school students participated in a rally beginning from Maharajbag on Saturday morning to mark concluding of Wildlife Week. Ashok Giripunje, Conservator of Forest, Social Forestry, Nagpur, flagged off the ..

Marathi play ‘Nyay Antaricha’ shows class

  Staff Reporter, Marathi Play ‘Nyay Antaricha’ written by Adv Anjali Thakur provided a totally new flavour and dimension to the hitherto run of the mill presentations, with its unique storyline and the classic court drama that can on..

‘There is risk, but what else can I do?’

  By Kartik Lokhande, NO RISK is bigger than a crisis. Laxmi, whose husband Vasanta Chidam is one of the victims of ‘spraying deaths’ in Yavatmal district, is a person who has realised this the hard way. In the region where the words ..

Control dengue, swine flu: Abha Pande

  Staff Reporter, A delegation lead by senior corporator Abha Pande met Municipal Commissioner Ashwin Mudgal regarding spreading of dengue and swine flu in different parts of the city. She alleged that Health Department of NMC has miserably faile..

‘Indian democracy is seen as an ideal example across the world’

Staff Reporter, The Constitution of India has ensured equality for all Indian citizens. However, it has also reserved the right of positive discrimination for development of all. This was possible only because of inclusiveness of the majority in the co..

‘Poetry reflecting thoughts beyond space and time is a spiritual one’

Staff Reporter, Poetry is an expression of thoughts about natural beauty, incidences in life, social anger and protest against injustice. But the poetry which reflects the thoughts even beyond the space and time could be termed as a spiritual one. The ..

“They invent pesticides, can’t they invent life-savers?”

As the news of farmers or farm labourers dying or getting affected due to ill-effects of pesticide spraying pour in from Yavatmal and other parts of Vidarbha, ‘The Hitavada’ sent its team to the worst-hit Yavatmal district to get insight into ..

HC notice over deaths due to pesticides

Staff Reporter, Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court on Friday issued notice to State Agriculture Secretary, Agriculture Commissioner and Yavatmal Collector on a petition against the alleged apathy of administration in 18 deaths caused due to pesticide sp..

‘Can be your story’ by city’s Sayali Manekar - A romantic fable of two people

Staff Reporter, Targeting the most common and attractive concept in the youth, Sayali Manekar, an Engineering student from Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management has written her debut novel ‘Can be your story’. “Having ..

Shivangaon farmers decide to sell kidneys for livelihood

                  Staff Reporter, Shivagaon project affected persons (PAPs) have threatened to sell their kidneys to meet their two ends meet. The continuous disregard to demands of PAPs on part of ..

Forest Deptt forced to withdraw ‘Shoot at Sight’ order against tigress 

Staff Reporter, After facing judicial wrath over the “shoot at sight” order passed by Chief Wildlife Warden on October 4 against the sub-adult tigress claimed as “man-eater’ by the authority, the Forest Department on Friday chos..

City archaeologist discovers relics of Georgian Queen Ketevan in Old Goa

By Shirish Borkar, WHAT is bygone is not forgotten. A zealous quest coupled with untiring efforts can bring out history even from the ruins. Archaeology has helped in bringing out many hidden mysteries. One such mystery was solved in the historical str..

Load-shedding may start from today

  Staff Reporter, Maharashtra State is heading for a major power crisis that may result in across the board load shedding from October 6 itself to manage the spiralling demand. Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company (MSEDCL) is bracin..

Govt plans to make the State beggar-free by January next

  By Ajay Mardikar, Proposal to amend existing law mooted Maharashtra Government has announced an ambitious mission to make the state beggar-free, even when virtually nothing has been done since the Bombay Prevention of Begging Act was passed in..

Mayor reviews preparations of upcoming Urs at Tajabad

    Staff Reporter, Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) should provide all the facilities to the devotees coming for Urs at Tajabad Dargah. Mayor Nanda Jichkar conducted a meeting of officers to review the preparation of the Urs ensuing from..

City’s child artist Samyak Lad bags lead role in Marathi movie

  Staff Reporter, Samyak Lad, a Std IV student of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan was selected for the lead role in a Marathi movie, ‘Nibandh’. Samyak had recently acted in Sanjay Morey’s film, ‘Pahila Paul Jeevnacha’. Niband..

NMC to issue ‘Vidya Dhan’ card for students

  Special Correspondent, Marching ahead with digitization and cash-free society to fulfill the dream of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Education Department of Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) has decided to issue ‘Vidya Dhan’ car..

State Govt, Tata Trust sign MoU for smallholder poultry devpt in Chanda

  Chandrapur Bureau, CHANDRAPUR, MAHARASHTRA Government and Tata Trusts signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to establish a business eco-system for growth of smallholder poultry and training small-holder poultry farming in three tehsils in..

HC moots judicial probe into NIT’s PU plot allotment scam

  Staff Reporter, IN a tough stance against the political big-wigs who bagged 325 public utility lands situated in prime city areas from Nagpur Improvement Trust (NIT) by tweaking rules, manipulating allotments and then brazenly exploiting it for..

Forest Deptt for killing of menacing tigress

  Special Correspondent, The Forest Department has moved the High Court informing about its intention to kill the menacing sub-adult tigress that has so far killed four persons and mauled three in Brahmapuri range and Bor tiger reserve. The tigre..

‘Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Samta Pratishthan will help to encourage youths to attain higher edn’

  Staff Reporter, Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Samta Pratishthan will be instrumental in encouraging the talented youths belonging to the backward class community by providing higher education, said Maharashtra Chief Minister, Devendra Fadnavis on Satur..

Cleanliness campaign should be considered as mass movement’

  Staff Reporter, National Cadet Corps (NCC) Officer Training Academy, Kamptee launched the fortnight long ‘Swachhata Hi Sewa’ cleanliness campaign. Maj Gen A P Bam, SM, VSM, Commandant, Officers and Staff of Academy and Course studen..

Awareness rally, events mark World Heart Day

  Staff Reporter, CARE Hospital, PEACE Foundation and Indian Dietetic Association jointly celebrated World Heart Day. They took out the rally –walk for life, presented a skit and organized a public awareness lecture based on how life-style ..

Exhibition on Pulses starts at Raman Science Centre

  Staff Reporter, As part of International Year of Pulses (IYP) 2016 celebration, Nehru Science Center, functioning under the Ministry of Culture, Government of India, in collaboration with Indian Institute of Pulses Research (IIPR), Kanpur has d..

RTMNU’s convocation on Dec 3

  Staff Reporter, The 104th convocation of Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University (RTMNU) will be held on December 3. Dr Anil Sahastrabudhe, Chairman of All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) will be chief guest.In this convoca..

CAIT urges GST Council to rationalise tax slabs

  Business Bureau, Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) on Monday draw attention of the Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley towards anomalies, disparities and contradictions of GST and mal-functioning of GSTN portal, in order to provide ease..

No relief to Sitabuldi shopkeepers in HC

  Staff Reporter, Petition against deletion of internal 15-mt road admitted for final hearing Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court has admitted a petition filed by prominent shopkeepers of Sitabuldi against deletion of a 15-mt internal road connect..

Proposal for Medical Hub gets momentum

  By Vikas Vaidya, THE ambitious proposal of setting up of Orange City Medical Hub on Orange City Street (popularly known as London street) has gained momentum with the intervention of Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis.Considering the increasing n..

SECR mulls over Nagpur-Bilaspur 4th rail line

  By Sagar Mohod, Bilaspur Zone issues order for engineering-cum-reconnaissance survey to examine feasibility of the project South East Central Railway (SECR), the loading Zone of Indian Railways, is contemplating a fourth line between Nagpur-Bi..

Mayor directs all departments to expedite development works

  Staff Reporter, Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) Mayor Nanda Jichkar has directed all the departments of the civic body to co-operate and rectify the difficulties facing by the subject committees. Mayor has taken a review of the subject commi..

‘Decline of reading culture a matter of concern’

  Umred Correspondent, “Decline of reading culture is a matter of concern and we must strive hard to inculcate habit of reading books in the new generation which is gradually falling prey to internet generated activities,” said MLC Gi..

Wildlife photo exhibition commences

  Staff Reporter, Birds of Vidarbha and Government Art & Design College jointly organised a five-day Indian Wildlife Photo Exhibition at Kaladalan, Government Art & Design College, Laxminagar, that was inaugurated at the hands of Sachin K..

NMC should extend benefits of various schemes to slum-dwellers: Chetana Tank

  Staff Reporter, Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) should extend the benefits of various schemes to the slum dwellers, said Chetana Tank, Chairperson of Slum Rehabilitation, Improvement and Affordable Housing Committee in a meeting held recentl..

Winners of Venus Creme Bar ‘Aapki Khoobsurati Unki Nazar Se’ declared

  Business Bureau, VENUS Creme Bar a quality product of RSPL Limited has announced Jyoti and Rajesh Kriplani as the winning couple of Nagpur edition of its ‘Aapki Khoobsurati Unki Nazar Se’ contest. Nidhi and Ashwini Banode were the f..

Karan Kothari Jewellers offers innovative designs

  Business Bureau, Adding spice to the festive mood of the citizens, Karan Kothari Jewellers has come out with innovative designs. It is offering an exciting new designs of traditional and modern jewellery epecially for the Dhanteras and Diwali. ..

‘Sindi Railway dry port to change Vidarbha’s economic scene’

  Staff Reporter, Cargo Hub, Dry Port, Samruddhi Corridor will bring prosperity to region, says Chief Minister Now, dream of exporting famous oranges of Vidarbha to foreign countries may become a reality as Union Minister for Road Transport and ..

Highway accidents on wane, claims Gadkari

  Staff Reporter, “National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) has succeeded in reducing 5 per cent accidents on highways,” said Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister for Road, Transport, and Shipping in a free eye check up camp organised at N..

Sevika Samiti chief urges to imbibe cultural values

  Staff Reporter, Rashtra Sevika Samiti completes 81 years of existence Rashtra Sevika Samiti Pramukh Sanchalika Shantakka on Monday exhorted members of the organisation to keep our civilisational inheritance alive, strengthen the institution of..

State Government asks cops to crack whip against swindlers

  Staff Reporter, With close to 3,500 case of fraud and cheating by economic offenders involving thousands of crores of hard earned money of gullible investors awaiting adjudication, Maharashtra Government has taken a pro-active step directing to..

Prison Deptt to set up Intelligence wing

  Staff Reporter, Central Jails to join CCTNS project, says ADG Dr Bhushankumar Upadhyay With an aim to get real-time intelligence inputs from the crowd of jail inmates, Prison Department is gearing up to form a new Intelligence Unit. The unit i..

HC directs immediate shifting of rest house outside Pench Park

  Staff Reporter, Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court on Wednesday wondered as to why rest house located within Pench National Park could not be relocated and why its use should not be discontinued immediately. A division bench consisting of Justi..

NMC starts concession in bus fares for sr citizens

  Staff Reporter, Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) starts concession in bus fares for senior citizens in Aapli Bus services in Nagpur. Mayor Nanda Jichkar, and Transport Committee Chairman Bunty Kukde launched ‘Atal Bihari Jyeshtha Nagari..