On the instructions of collector, Sheelendra Singh a Tehsil level team including food supplies officer, Nayab Tehsildar and Tehsildar raided various sweet shops and godowns in Sohagpur.
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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.
The Trouble with Online “Sharenting”
Social media featuring intimate family moments is popular and lucrative. It also comes with serious risks for kids
First Look at ‘FUTURES'
IF THERE WAS EVER A TIME TO reimagine what lies ahead, it’s today as we envision our post-pandemic world.
“In seconds, North America had suffered the worst blackout in its history. In about nine seconds, 61,800 megawatts were lost, and as many as 50 million people were abruptly left without power,” Newsweek reported.
The Site Pushing the Big Lie About Arizona's Election Audit
The Gateway Pundit, which has a history of advancing promoting the audit in Maricopa County
At CheLi in the East Village, soup dumplings only scratch the surface of a menu that is traditional and innovative at once.
1969 “Singing with a tortured passion that has become her trademark,” Newsweek reported, “Janis Joplin blew the rock world wide open.” She was “the first female superstar of rock music,” and “hard singing and hard living are her hallmark.”
60 YEARS SINCE 1ST AMERICAN IN SPACE: TOURISTS LINING UP
Sixty years after Alan Shepard became the first American in space, everyday people are on the verge of following in his cosmic footsteps.
Sculpting the Future of Southern Style
A photographer and storyteller outlines fresh Southern design schemes that challenge outdated ideas and deepen personal connections through creativity and authenticity.