HindustanTimes Fri,19 Sep 2014


Bhopal: Youth, sister thrashed for objecting to ‘obscene comment’

A girl and her brother were beaten up after he objected to an 'obscene' comment by a group of students at the RKDF University. The victims and accused study at the same institution.

Caught in Kashmir floods, Bhopal boy survives on uncooked food

A Bhopal boy and his classmates had to survive on uncooked food including rice and pulses for three days in Jammu and Kashmir before they could be rescued and sent back to the towns they hail from.

Bhopal: CBSE move to do away with exams turns bane for students

CBSE decision to abolish exams in schools in order to reduce students' burden has turned counter-productive as they now face a never-ending series of tests throughout the year.

Bhopal masterplan 2031 becomes victim of electoral politics

There has been an inordinate delay in the finalisation of Bhopal masterplan 2031. However with civic polls scheduled later this year,the fate of masterplan continues to remain uncertain for another year or so.

Two youths die in mishap on VIP road in Bhopal

Two youths succumbed to death while another was critically injured when the motorcycle they were riding crashed into a  divider on the VIP road near Koh-e-Fiza early on Saturday morning.

Attack on Ujjain University VC a 'Talibani act': Cong

Congress on Tuesday condemned the attack on Vikram University vice-chancellor (VC) Jawaharlal Kaul by a group of saffron activists and said their behaviour was similar to Taliban's actions.

Hindu activists thrash MP university VC over appeal to help J-K students

Vikram University vice chancellor Prof Jawaharlal Kaul was admitted to Sanjeevani Hospital after members of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) and Bajarang Dal manhandled him at his office in Ujjain on Monday. The mob also vandalised his office.

Bhopal: Rumours, false messages on WhatsApp worry cops

A morphed photograph, an inflammatory message or a rumour forwarded through WhatsApp goes viral in no time, often causing nervous moments for the law-enforcers in Madhya Pradesh.

Bhopal: Nine-month-old baby falls into water-filled bucket, dies

In a freak incident, a toddler died after accidentally falling into a water-filled bucket at Jahangirabad. The child crawled into the bathroom and accidentally fell into the bucket and drowned.

Ujjain university staff strike after attack on VC

The staff of Ujjain's Vikram University went on strike on Tuesday after activists of the VHP and Bajrang Dal attacked the vice-chancellor inside his office on Monday over his appeal for help to the people of flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir.

Bhopal woman missing in Kashmir floods, kin spend sleepless nights

The relatives of a woman from Bhopal married into a Kashmiri business family are having sleepless nights these days as they wait to know her whereabouts in flood-swamped Srinagar.

Bhopal: NHRC asks state to pay Rs. 5.5 crore to Ratangarh victims' kin

The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has ordered a total compensation of Rs. 5.5 crore to the kin of 110 victims of Ratangarh Temple stampede in Datia district.

Congress observes Jains' Paryushan Parva in Bhopal

Continuing the newly begun tradition of celebrating festivals of all religions at its headquarters, the Congress observed 'Kshama Vani', which marks culmination of Jain community’s Paryushan Parva.

Bhopal: BJP nominates Meghraj Jain for Rajya Sabha seat

A veteran BJP leader with a Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh background, Meghraj Jain has been named as the party’s nominee for the vacant Rajya Sabha seat from the state.

Bhopal: NGT directive to check impact of illegal mining

Expressing concern over illegal sand mining from Narmada riverbed, National Green Tribunal has asked ministry of environment and forests to examine the impact on rivers in the last ten years.
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