SPS Celebrates Grandparents Day
To honor grandparents as loving legacy of traditions and to treasure their stories and moments, Sagar Public School (SPS), Rohit Nagar celebrated Grandparents Day on Tuesday.
Shivraj, Vijayvargiya Attack Congress
Bharatiya Janata Party has entered into offensive mode with forest minister Umang Singhar opening front against ex-Chief Minister Digvijaya Singh.
Ram-Lakhan To Reunite
Jackie Shroff, Anil Kapoor come together for Subhash Ghai’s hilarious crime story.
Osaka Falls To Bencic While Vekic, Mertens Win
Bencic’s 7-5, 6-4 triumph, her WTA best sixth over a top five foe this year, ensured 21-year-old Japanese star Osaka will fall from a top rankings next week and won’t become first repeat US Open winner since Serena Williams in 2014.
No Relief For MP From Rain, For Next 4-5 Days: Met Dept
State capital experiencing sporadic rain throughout the day on Tuesday will soon experience moderate to heavy rainfall, along with Indore, Jabalpur and Ujjain.
Mulayam Backs Azam Khan, Accuses BJP Govt Of Vendetta
Samajwadi Party patriarch Mulayam Singh Yadav on Tuesday came out in support of Azam Khan, accusing the BJP government in Uttar Pradesh of political vendetta by lodging land grab cases against the senior party leader.
French Director Slams Saaho Makers
If you steal my work, do it properly, says Jerome Salle.
Dressing Room Is Calm When Vihari Is Batting: Kohli
Vihari was undoubtedly India’s find of West Indies Test series as he emerged as top run-getter with 289 runs that included a century and two half-centuries.
Blue Circle: Hatnapur Women's Drive Against Sale Of Liquor
The women of Hatnapur village in Multai have opened a front against sale and consumption of liquor.
100kg Substandard Milk Power Seized
Foods and Drug Administration department has seized 100kg of substandard milk powder of Ambika brand in a raid in Sohagpur.
Week-long Elephant Festival Begins
The week-long elephant festival began at the Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve, on Tuesday.
Vihari, Rahane Take India Closer To Series Sweep
Hanuma Vihari continued his fine form and in vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane’s company took India closer to a series sweep by sharing an unbeaten 111-run stand in the second innings of the second Test against the West Indies here.
Serena, Elina Storm Into Quarters
Six-time champion Serena Williams and Elina Svitolina of Ukraine progressed into the quarter-finals of the US Open after registering thumping victories in their Round of 16 matches at the Flushing Meadows.
Outsider Modi Conquers Lutyens' Delhi With Garvi Gujarat
Five years ago when Narendra Damodardas Modi came to the Lutyens' Delhi, he was an 'outsider'. Five years later, on Monday, he has etched a permanent mark on the abode of the elite.
Onam Festivities Begin With Atham
Commencing 10-day festivities that follow Onam, Malyalis gathered at Ayyapa temple and began the fest with first day ‘Atham’ celebrations on Monday morning. With traditional food and flowers, the fest began on a happy note for everyone.
NASA's Atomic Clock To Help Spacecraft Drive In Deep Space
NASA has activated an atomic clock that could enable spacecraft to safely navigate themselves in deep space rather than rely on the timeconsuming process of receiving directions from Earth.
Medha Ends 9-day Hunger Strike After CM Rushes Emissary
Gujarat yet to release Rs 60 lakh compensation to 115 dam-affected
Mandideep Nagar Palika All Set To Go Online
Other Civic Bodies Too Follow Suit
Highway Turns Into Pool, Prone To Mishaps
The Budhni-Sandalpur highway number 22 is in ruins because of the heavy rains that have lashed the state during the past 15 days.
Ganesh Fest Begins; People Open Heart, Home To Welcome God
OVER 40K security personnel deployed
Driving Lessens Feelings Of Isolation
When driving themselves is no longer an option, older adults may feel the short- and long-term effects of isolation, a new study shows.
Citizens Welcome Ganpati With Faith & Fervour
Demand of eco-friendly Ganesha idols remained high
Chandrayaan-2 Lander Separates, Moves A Step Closer To The Moon
In a key event of India's second moon mission Chandrayaan-2, lander 'Vikram' was separated from the orbiter on Monday, five days ahead of its planned lunar touchdown, space agency ISRO announced.
Alia's 'Dulhan Wali Feeling'
Alia Bhatt on Saturday surprised her fans with her bridal look. The actress posted a couple of photographs from an ad shoot on Instagram in which she is seen dressed as a bride.
Abhinandan Shares Mig-21 Cockpit With IAF Chief In Pathankot
Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, the IAF pilot who became the face of a tense military confrontation between India and Pakistan in February, on Monday flew a sortie with Air Chief Marshal B S Dhanoa on a MiG 21 jet here.
'Chhichhore' Is The Toughest Film Tahir Has Done
Tahir Raj Bhasin considers “Dangal” director Nitesh Tiwaris forthcoming film “Chhichhore” to be his toughest one so far. After doing special appearances in films like “Kai Po Che!” and “One by Two”, Tahir shot to fame with “Mardaani” in 2014 for his villainous role. He followed it up with “Force 2” and “Manto”.
Third Indian To Achieve Feat: Elavenil Claims Maiden World Cup Gold
In her debut year at senior level, Elavenil shot 251.7 in the finals to help India extend their new-found dominance in the event, leaving behind Seonaid Mcintosh of Britain, who won silver with an effort of 250.6 on Wednesday.
Taj Will Soon Open Every Night For All
The glimmering Taj Mahal, said to be at its aesthetic best in moonlight, could now be thrown open after sunset for all tourists.
PM launches Fit India Movement
IT'S 0% investment with 100% returns, says Modi.
Playing On The Backfoot...
Actors like Dulquer, Rajkummar, Ayushmann are not bothered about lead parts in films, says Sonam Kapoor.