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This RuB is symbol of civic shame

  Staff Reporter, “This will be a new milestone in Nagpur’s development story,” pronounced the then minister and officers, when the newly constructed Narendra Nagar railway under bridge (RuB) was ‘dedicated to people&rsquo..

Tiger body-parts seized, 2 arrested

  Special Correspondent A shocking case of seizure of 12 kg of tiger bones, 13 nails and 2 teeth and arrest of two accused in Usripar village in Ramtek tehsil has come to light on Tuesday. On a tip-off, a team of forestmen led by Pandurang Pakha..

Leopardess killed in mishap

  Amravati Bureau, Amravati, A leopardess died in a mishap while it was hunting the wild boar. The incident took place near a petrol pump on Amravati-Mumbai Express Highway Number 6 on Monday late evening. It is learnt that the leopardess came o..

Sole calls upon people to make plantation drive successful

  District Correspondent, GONDIA, THE Maharashtra Government has resolved to plant 4 crore saplings under the plantation drive to be conducted from July 1 to July 7 and to ensure the success for the drive, a Vruksha Dindi was taken out by Green ..

City Hospital hits century of kidney transplants

  Principal Correspondent, Kidney transplant now no more a distant thing for Nagpurians There was a time when people of Nagpur had to go to Mumbai, Delhi etc for kidney transplant. In the process many people had lost their lives as they could no..

Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Samajik Vikas Kendra fetes merit students

  Staff Reporter, The members of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Samajik Vikas Kendra felicitated meritorious students belonging to Sudarshan Valmiki Makhiyar Samaj by visiting to their residences. The students belonging to Sudarshan community including D..

Aasavari upsets Sophia; seeds sail through

                              AASAVARI Khandekar caused the only upset in the opening round of the Baidyanath District Badminton Championship in progress at Dhanwa..

Dr Samarth pedals his way into history

  Staff Reporter, Finishes Race Across America, toughest in the world in 11 days, 21 hrs, 11 minutes CHASING his dream, Dr Amit Samarth from the city performed a Herculean task to become joint first from India to finish the toughest cycle race i..

Petrol pumps raided in city

  Special Correspondent, The Crime Branch team reportedly found electronic chips inside fuel dispensing machines at two petrol pumps 11 more petrol pumps in city are under scanner AFTER busting petrol pump racket in some cities across Maharasht..

Vaishnavi Pote creates new national record

  Staff Reporter, Vaishanvi created record in memorising most random given objects in least time A Std XII student of Bhavan’s B P Vidya Mandir, Vaishnavi Manohar Pote created a new national record in ‘Memorising most random given ob..

NMC to issue municipal bonds for Smart City Project

  Special Correspondent, Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) is mulling a proposal to issue Municipal Bonds to complete the projects under Smart and Sustainable City Project. The civic body will appoint transaction advisor in July to give legal, f..

Monsoon gathering momentum

  Staff Reporter, Within two hours the city received 39.1 mm of rains brininging down mercury and giving respite to citizens from humidit Rains staged comeback in city and region on Monday after a thunderous start a few days back. After mons..

Three-layer plans to end water-logging crisis

  Staff Reporter, Learning lessons from the past few years, Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) has prepared three-layer plans to avoid waterlogging and will keep a tight watch on rain water gushing in houses near cement concrete roads. The plan i..

MMH celebrates 121st anniversary

  Mure Memorial Hospital (MMH) celebrated their 121st foundation day on Monday by inaugurating the heritage museum at hospital premises. The heritage museum of MMH is a bank of photographs, collected from all over the world and conserved under a s..

Rousing welcome to CM in city

  Staff Reporter, Loan waiver will boost farm sector, says Chief Minister on his maiden arrival to city after the historic decision of Maharashtra Government Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis was given a grand welcome on his arrival at Dr Babasah..

Human beings are story-tellers: Jaemin Frazer

  Staff Reporter, Initiative by Centre for Human Excellence of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Nagpur Kendra The third day of the enriching workshop for the teachers organised at Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Civil Lines, under the aegis of ‘Centre for ..

Family of four from city killed in Gulmarg tragedy

  Staff Reporter, The family had moved to Delhi seven years ago The bodies to arrive in city today A couple from Nagpur and its two daughters were among seven people who died in Jammu and Kashmir’s Gulmarg hill station when a cable car cr..

Devpt works in full swing, to give facelift to city: Fadnavis

  Staff Reporter, Chief Minister performs bhoomipujan of Khapri RoB worth Rs 60 crore Says, farmers to be become self-reliant after loan waiver Pointing out about various development works undertaken in Nagpur and its surrounding areas, Maharas..

‘Rural lifestyle reveals secret to happy sustainable living’

  Staff Reporter, “Man needs to reconnect with nature for sustainable living. Rural lifestyle is, adopted in villages is very much the way of life. Our rural lifestyle reveals the secret to happy sustainable living,” exhorted Vijay Ph..

Silt-free reservoirs to benefit 171 farmers

  Staff Reporter, The implementation of the State Government’s initiative of silt-free reservoirs and fertile farms is picking up in Nagpur district. So far, as per the official information, 171 farmers have benefited from silt removed from..

‘Vidarbha gearing up for blue revolution’

  Staff Reporter, In State’s freshwater fish production, Nagpur division’s contribution is 36.44 per cent Underlining the need to reduce burden on agriculture sector and make farmers adopt allied income sources, Anoop Kumar, Division..

Smart City co directors to meet in city today

  Staff Reporter, A meeting of the board of directors of Smart and Sustainable City Company will be held on Sunday at 11 am at Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) here. Grant Thornton LLP, the world leader in management consultancy for Smart City ..

Saplings at Your Doorstep’ scheme to begin from today

  Staff Reporter, Forest Department is launching ‘Saplings at Your Doorstep’ scheme from June 25 to 30 by opening three permanent stalls and five mobile stalls for providing saplings to the individuals or organisations in the city. T..

Middle-aged man rapes 10-year-old orphan girl

  Staff Reporter, In a heinous crime, a middle-aged man sexually-exploited a 10-year-old orphan girl for a year. The accused Salim Khan Khafan Khan (38) is a guard at Central Railway and living at Quarter No. H/42/A, Ajni Railway Colony. Accordi..

Gold ornaments, cash worth Rs 50,000 stolen

  Staff Reporter, Unidentified thief stolen gold ornaments and cash collectively worth Rs 50,000 from a house in Nandanvan area. According to police, the thief entered the house from an open door between 1 am and 5 am when Wakil Ahmed Mohd Yusuf ..

Tiger terror continues, man killed in Tadoba

  CHANDRAPUR, The 60-year-old man had gone to Walni forest in Buffer Zone of TATR on Friday evening when he was killed by the beast In yet another incident of man-animal conflict in Chandrapur district, a tiger has killed a man in Walni forest n..

Duo sentenced to 20 year RI for raping minor

  Our Correspondents, Amravati, District and Sessions Judge (III) S S Bhishma has sentenced two accused to 20 years of rigorous imprisonment (RI )for raping a 16-year-old girl. The incident had taken place at at Dawargaon village in Warud tehsil..

70-yr-old Khamgaon woman on cycle sojourn to Amarnath

  District Correspondent, BULDANA, There are some people among us who get a kick out of life by doing different things or just by doing things differently. While most among us shy away from treading an unbeaten path, there are some who are alway..

HC takes suo-motu note of deaths due to electrocution

  Staff Reporter, Taking suo-motu cognisance of shocking deaths of three kids due to electrocution from high tension line, Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court on Thursday issued notice to power utilities, civic agencies and urban development depart..

French delegation impressed with Smart City work

  Special Correspondent, Several companies of France have already made investment in Nagpur Metro Rail Project and Nagpur Smart City Project. The bilateral business relations between India and France will be more healthier and Nagpur will emerge ..

Tadoba to remain partially open in monsoon

  By Ramesh Marulkar, Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR), a popular park situated in Chandrapur district, will remain partially open from July 1during whole monsoon season. This was disclosed by Sudhir Mungantiwar, Forest Minister, while talkin..

Delay mars DP road stretch on Agri varsity land

    Special Correspondent, This road connecting Matru Seva Sangh on North Ambazari road to Mure Memorial Hospital on Amravati road has already missed its original dead-line IN an effort to reduce heavy congestion on Amravati Road and North..

Masonic Lodge to remain open for public on June 24

  Staff Reporter, Universal Brotherhood Day Celebrations on Saturday DOORS of Freemasons’ Hall at historic Masonic Lodge building in Civil Lines will be open for public on Universal Brotherhood Day on Saturday from 3 pm onwards. In an effo..

Fed Kerosene, patient saved by city docs

  Principal Correspondent, The ritual of administering kerosene to the person suffering paralysis attack is rampant in rural areas. But this weird practice boomeranged on a 70-year-old man of Madhya Pradesh. Sensing trouble, his family rushed him..

City joins world in Yoga Day celebrations

  Staff Reporter, Thousands perform yoga in disciplined manner on Yoga Day “I pledge to make Yoga integral part of my daily life.” Each one in thousands of people gathered at Yashwant Stadium on Wednesday in the early morning vowed t..

Unaided schools must follow reservation policy to get grant-in-aid, rules HC

  Legal Correspondent, After shifting from the Nagpur Bench to the Principal Seat of the High Court at Mumbai, Justice Bhushan Gavai has continued with deciding important legal issues and as a part of that chain, the division bench presided over ..

12-yr-old boy electrocuted at dance contest in Ramtek

  Ramtek Correspondent, Despite the tragedy, the contest organisers continued with the programme A boy died while his uncle and aunt sustained serious injuries after they received a high voltage electric jolt during a dance competition organised..

RTMNU disallows 230 colleges from admitting students

  Principal Correspondent, List of the 40 collegesn Dr Nitin Raut Mahavidyalayan Dr Khobragade College, Champa/Manjrin Green Heaven College of Education, Zarin Indira Gandhi College of Education, Butiborin Joshi College of Library, Information Sc..

Tumane visits Kalmeshwar Gram Panchayat

  Kalmeshwar Correspondent, Ramtek’s Member of Parliament (MP) Krupal Tumane visited Kalmeshwar Gram Panchayat and interacted with elected representatives. The visit took place on Thursday and Saoner’s MLA Sunil Kedar, Leader of Oppos..

Marriageable youths’ meet evokes good response

  Staff Reporter, A gathering of marriageable youths organised by Vaishya Ekta Parishad, Maharashtra Pradesh has received an over whelming response from the community members. The marriageable girls and boys introduced themselves in the gathering..

Mudgal advises all agencies to work in tandem

  Municipal Commissioner directs all stakeholders not to break utility cables, follow norms, have better co-ordination and minimise damage Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) is trying to make better and dynamic co-ordination between all the agenc..

Cops foil jobless youth’s suicide bid

  Staff Reporter, High drama was witnessed at Jhansi Rani Square on Monday evening when a youth armed with an air gun climbed the podium of Rani Jhansi Statue and threatened to commit suicide. However, timely action by a traffic constable ended t..

Training on ‘Techniques of Tranquilisation’ begins

  Special Correspondent, In order to enlighten veterinarians and front line staff of Forest Department on technique of tranquilising wild animals, The Zoo Authority of Maharashtra organised a two-day training programme on tranquilising gun, maint..

Major Gen Bam is new NCC OTA Commandant

  Staff Reporter, Major General Anil Prahlad Bam, SM, VSM assumed the charge of Commandant at National Cadet Corps Officers Training Academy (NCC OTA), Kamptee on Monday. Major General NS Rao, Commandant relinquished the appointment and will be t..

Rupankar Bagchi to perform on 25th

  Staff Reporter, Rupankar will be performing in Nagpur for the first time Vishwa Bangla Sammelan, a world Bengali organisation, is organising a musical event of noted Bengali singer, Rupankar Bagchi on June 25 at Dr Vasantrao Deshpande Hall, Ci..

NMC to provide bus service for Yoga Day functions today

  Staff Reporter, Nagpur Municipal Corporation has proposed arrangement of city bus service to Yashwant Stadium from various parts of the city, to facilitate attendance for a programme on World Yoga Day, at 6 am on June 21. The bus service from ..

Handicapped Mitali excels in BE

  Staff Reporter, Determination and dedication can overcome any obscurity in life. Mitali Sadhwani is its living example. Almost a decade ago, a young Mitali met with an accident that as to change her life overnight, she came in touch with overhe..

Traffic cops remove hawkers from Laxmi Nagar, Ram Nagar

                                In a special drive between Laxmi Nagar and Ram Nagar square, Traffic Police on Monday cleared the road of hawkers. “The..

UDAAN team meets Governor

  Staff Reporter, RAIPUR, Governor apprised about efforts made to awaken feeling of nationalism among people of the country A ten-member team of UDAAN led by Sumit Maluja, on Saturday, met Governor Balramji Dass Tandon after the three-day tour ..

Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh visits CICR

  Staff Reporter, Union Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh recently visited Central Institute for Cotton Research (CICR), Nagpur. During his visit, Minister visited experimental field’s particularly wild species garden and tree cotton g..

Dhadpad Manch presents ‘Smaran Yatra’ of immortal play ‘Katyar Kaaljat Ghusli’

  Staff Reporter, Dhadpad Manch’s presentation of ‘Katyar Kaaljat Ghusli’ - a ‘Smaran Yatra’, on the occasion of birth anniversary of legendary PLaywright and Director of Marathi plays Purushottam Darwhekar, turned o..

International Hostel, Zoonoses Centre inaugurated

  Staff Reporter, Dr Narendra Sinh Rathod, Deputy Director of Indian Council for Agriculture Research, New Delhi inaugurated the International Hostel and Zoonoses Centre at Nagpur Veterinary College, here on Monday. Vice-Chancellor of Maharashtra..

Demand raised to solve traffic congestion problems

  Staff Reporter, Nationalist Congress Party, Nagpur City (Dist) unit members submitted a memorandum to the Deputy Commissioner of Police (Traffic) Ravindra Sinh Pardesi and discussed problems due to traffic congestion at various places in the ci..

Civil, military leaderships step up preparedness for monsoon

  Staff Reporter, “The monsoon this year is expected to be good. As a matter of abundant precaution, the civil and military leaderships have taken steps to prepare for disaster situation, if any. To avoid loss of life, property, environment..

A soldier who fights against Sickle Cell

  Staff Reporter, Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) or Sickle Cell Anaemia (SCA) is a group of disorders that has made life of 14 lakh people in 13 states of India measurable. Signs and symptoms of sickle cell disease usually begin in early childhood. An..

Play ‘Hitler ki Aadhi Maut’ campaigns against racism

  Staff Reporter, Hitler has died. His ideology of racism is changed a lot still, ‘Hitler is alive’. He is alive in the thoughts of those people who believe in racism. People need to come together to eradicate such racism thoughts. A ..

JEE-Main qualified students eligible for B.Arch admissions

 Principal CorrespondentThe intervention by Maharashtra’s Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis made the students aspirant to get admission to Architecture course heave a sigh of relief. He asked admission authorities to allow students qualified in ..

A very huge question-mark

Loud Thinking  Vijay Phanshikar THERE is little doubt that each 10th standard or 12th standard child bringing in very high percentage of marks also brings a great happiness to the teachers and family and others. Each summer sees a tremendous celebr..

MCOCA invoked against German-Japan gang

 Staff Reporter, Sending a strong message to land-grabbers again, the City Police on Saturday tightened noose around German-Japan gang under stringent Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA). Seven members of the gang have been booked w..

Rs 2,271 cr NMC budget emphasises on completing ongoing projects

Special Correspondent, No new projects, schemes announced in civic budget Amnesty Scheme for water tax and property tax defaulters from July 6 to July 15 Unassessed properties to be brought in tax net Setting right the priorities, the civic budge..

New bifocal rule puts students in a fix

Principal Correspondent, Most of the parents expressed anger over the new rule of admission process of bifocal courses of Class XI. On Saturday when the on-line phase of Centralised Admission Process (CAP) for Class XI began, the parents suddenly reali..

Clear concepts is key to success: AIIMS Vidarbha topper

                        Staff Reporter, A 96% scorer in XII HSC Board Examination, Roshan Paliwal’s happiness had no bounds when he came to know that he was the probable Vida..

Young tabla artist Tarun Lala gets Ministry of Culture’s scholarship

Staff Reporter, Tarun Lala, a young and upcoming Tabla artist from the city, has added another feather to his cap of success. Centre for Cultural Resources and Training under Union Ministry of Culture, New Delhi, has awarded scholarship to him recently..

NSSO to conduct 3-day training programme from 20th

Business Bureau, A REGIONAL level training programme for Nagpur region of National Sample Survey Office (NSSO), Ministry of the Statistics and Programme Implementation, Government of India will be held here in the city between June 20 and 22. The even..

Quality is key for survival: Er Kulkarni

Business Bureau, “QUALITY is an important aspect and a key for survival,” said Er Anil Kulkarni, Chairman and Managing Director, Pooja Casting Private Limited, Pune while addressing the gathering during the inaugural function of the  A..

NMC budget today, may cross Rs 2,100 cr mark

  Staff Reporter, Sandeep Jadhav, Chairman of Standing Committee of Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC), will present the civic budget for the financial year 2017-18, in the general body meeting on Saturday. This year’s budget will be import..

Crime Branch sleuths arrest four for committing 15 house-breaking thefts

  Staff Reporter, Sleuths of Crime Branch Unit No. 1 nabbed four youths including a juvenile delinquent for committing more than 15 house-breaking thefts (HBT) in city and district. The accused have been identified as Sagar Hemraj Neware (19), a ..

Trouble in Setu Kendra, man booked for forgery

Staff Reporter, Friday saw some noisy scenes in front of Setu Kendra in District Collectorate premises here, as a huge crowd gathered after a man was manhandled for allegedly committing forgery of income certificate. Later in the evening, Sadar Police ..

Monsoon in Vid sans Nagpur

  Staff Reporter, Heavy rainfall in next 24 hours in Vidarbha Monsoon finally arrived in Vidarbha on Friday. Though it drenched only some parts of Vidarbha, its most-awaited arrival has brought huge relief to the region. Nagpur and some other di..

Fadnavis, Gadkari to grace Yoga Day event in city

  Staff Reporter, Devendra Fadnavis, Chief Minister; and Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister for Surface Transport, Highways, and Shipping, will be the guests at World Yoga Day event being organised by Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) at Yashwant Sta..

Science Circus: It’s learning with fun

  By Rajendra Diwe, ‘Circus’ is a word which makes a person to imagine a huge pandal having different performers who put on diverse entertainment shows. There are number of attractions in circus which include clowns, acrobats, trained..

HC blasts State Govt for reducing pension of Goa freedom fighters

  Staff Reporter, Freedom fighters are embodiment of patriotism, says High Court while quashing the controversial decision of earlier regime Describing the freedom fighters as embodiment of patriotism whose sacrifice and toil for the freedom of ..

Signalling end of BNR, Nagpur station on track to future

    By Sagar Mohod, A 48 hour block was operated in yard of Nagpur Railway Station from Thursday evening onwards for levelling Narrow Gauge section Time is the only constant change in life. One has to keep pace with changing time for the s..

Mpl Commr strips zonal officers of powers to sanction building plans

  Special Correspondent, Town Planners and Deputy Engineers to provide occupancy certificates in all cases In a major happening in civic administration, the Municipal Commissioner has clipped the wings of Assistant Commissioners by stripping the..

148 spots pose threats of electrocution

  By Dheeraj Fartode, Energy Minister Chandrashekhar Bawankule bats for underground network of power cables City has 148 dangerous spots where 11 KV and 33 KV overhead power transmission lines criss-cross through residential colonies posing a bi..

‘Efforts on for devpt of tribals in remote areas’

  Staff Reporter, The situation during the last two and a half years in Ashramshalas has improved and efforts are being made to further facilitate development of tribals in remote areas. Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis is sensitive towards the i..

Monsoon likely to hit some parts of Vid in a few days

  Staff Reporter, Monsoon is likely to hit some parts of Vidarbha in a couple of days and Nagpur may get drenched in the first showers of monsoon this year the next week, says Indian Meteorological Department (IMD). In Vidarbha region, monsoon is..

City’s Jayesh probable Vid topper in AIIMS CET

  Staff Reporter, Jayesh Urkude from city stood as 1st Vidarbha Topper with All India Rank (AIR-323) in All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) MBBS Entrance Examination. Jayesh is student of Kamla Nehru Junior College. His OBC Rank is 47..

Science Circus by RSC today

  Staff Reporter, Raman Science Centre and Planetarium, Nagpur is organising Science Circus programme in collaboration with Australian High Commission (AHC), New Delhi on June 16 at the auditorium of Raman Science Centre, Gandhi Sagar. The Scien..

Modi Govt acting tough on terrorism: Akbar

    Staff Reporter,   Demonetisation move has been appreciated across the world and has added one crore people to tax net, says Union Minister of State for External Affairs “Central Government under Prime Minister Narendra Modi..

Mah Govt clears ToD corridor along Metro Rail route

  By Manish Soni,   New notification relaxes conditions, giving boost to realty sector Revenue of Rs 10,000 crore expected in next 20 years to subsidise Metro Rail project Giving further boost to the growth story of Nagpur, Maharashtra Go..

Last remains of NG consigned to pages of history

  By Sagar Mohod, NG bridges built by then Bengal-Nagpur Railway takes a final bow in days to come, having served a lifetime and now making way for makeover of Nagpur Railway Station Yard The last remains of the Narrow Gauge (NG) section of Nagp..

NMC’s bin distribution plan gets lukewarm response

  Staff Reporter, In last nine days, only 450 people have registered on-line for obtaining dust bins for segregation of waste Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) has got lukewarm response to distribution of bins for at-source segregation of waste..

RTO working affected as auto-rickshaw drivers resort to agitation

  Special Correspondent, The functioning the Regional Transport Office was affected badly for over two hours on Wednesday, following ‘Jail Bharo’ agitation launched by auto-rickshaw owners/drivers in the premises of RTO, Amravati Road..

State Govt’s nod to tap pump excess water of Kanhan river into Totladoh reservoir

    Ramtek Correspondent, Maharashtra Government has ayed a proposal to tap pump excess water of Kanhan river into Totladoh reservoir through a tunnel. As per the plan, the tunnel would be located at villager Lohghogari of neighbouring Madh..

Five fixed dose combinations of drugs banned

  By Rajendra Diwe, Mah FDA follow the ban after receiving notification Department of Health and Family Welfare of Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India has banned five fixed dose combinations from Thursday. According to a G..

State Cabinet approves Nagpur Metro MoU

  Staff Reporter, After change of guard at Centre and State, Metro Rail work at Nagpur gathered momentum Maharashtra Government on Tuesday granted post-facto approval to Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Centre, State Government and Nagp..

Prabhat Kumar Sinha is NCL CMD

  Staff Reporter, Sinha has been working in Coal India Limited for last 35 years and had occupied various high positions Prabhat Kumar Sinha, Director (Tech) SECL, has been appointed as Chairman and Managing Director (CMD) of Northern Coalfields..

M J Akbar in city today

  Staff Reporter, As part of ongoing initiative of Narendra Modi led Government to reach out to masses on successful completion of its three years, M J Akbar, Union Minister of State for External Affairs will interact with BJP workers and citizen..

‘Litterateurs making efforts to bring close ones together emotionally’

  Staff Reporter, Dr Dinesh Kale’s two books ‘Kalaylya Laglyapasun’ and ‘Dhyasparva’ released “The modern era has seen vast connectivity to people across the world, but the relations between closer ones have d..

Truck with food material sent for langar in Amarnath Yatra pilgrims

  Staff Reporter, Shri Tekdi Road Hanuman Mandir Samiti, Sitabuldi has sent a truck loaded with food material for langar in Amarnath Yatra. The truck was set for Amarnath Yatra after flagging off and breaking f coconut at Tekdi Road Hanuman Mandi..

NMC, OCW plug water leakage from Old Gorewada lake gates successfully

  Staff Reporter, Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) and Orange City Water (OCW) successfully plugged the water leakage from old Gorewada lake gates. The team of experts from OCW has given a new life to the 35-year-old profusely leaking Gorewada ..

Interim anticipatory bail to Harish Gwalbansi

  Staff Reporter, Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court on Monday granted interim anticipatory bail to Congress corporator Harish Gwalbansi who has been named as an accused in land grabbing case by Gittikhadan police. According to Gwalbansi, the comp..

In bad shape, gym at Police HQ needs facelift

  By Alka Panse-Tiwari, Constructed in the year 2005 and inaugurated by Bollywood Actor Akshay Kumar, the police gym at the Police Head quarters, Police Line Takli is within two rooms spread appoximately at 1200 square feet area. Cracked walls a ..

Find solid solutions to end chronic traffic chaos

  By Aasawari Shenolikar, Every single day in the evening, on the West High Court road, from 6 pm to 8 pm, the scene at two junctions - Coffee House Square and Sathe Jewellers Square, is worse than chaotic. One can find vehicles congregating from..

Same old story continues

  And the same old story continues... City roads have nothing new to tell about their apathy and conditions as the authority concerned has sworn to turn negligent unless mishaps take place. The road near LAD College, though is being dug for the me..

Building collapse case: Dhantoli police arrest contractor Samir Tiwari

  Staff Reporter, Dhantoli Police on Monday arrested CMD of M/s Nirmiti Infra Pvt Ltd for death of a labour who died after trapped under debris of under construction building that collapsed at Vivekananda Nagar on Sunday. Meanwhile, a labour -- D..

Waste water posing health threat to Kamptee residents

  Staff Reporter, Incomplete development work relating to drainage line has forced residents of Kamptee village to live in a hell like situation. The problem has arisen as officials of Yerkhada Gram Panchayat failed to complete the construction w..

Complete water works till June end: Bawankule

  Staff Reporter, Chandrashekhar Bawankule, In-charge Minister for Nagpur district, asked the authorities concerned to complete the works like deepening of wells, repairs to water schemes etc till June end to tackle water scarcity. He was addres..

‘Politicians like Prof B T Deshmukh needed for development of country’

  Amravati Bureau, Amravati, “Usually politicians are considered as opportunists, but Prof B T Deshmukh is an exception to this notion, who had dedicated his life for the society and his organisation. Politics needs loyal activists like De..