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2.40 lakh bogus beneficiaries of state scholarship traced

With the introduction of e-scholarship from this academic year, as many as 2.40 lakh bogus beneficiaries who were fraudulently drawing post-SSC scholarships from Maharashtra Government have been ident

Woman raped at knifepoint

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A criminal facing murder charges and released two days back on bail from jail allegedly raped a 25-year-old woman at knifepoint in Bhande plot area in eastern part of the city, police said today.

AICTE decision: students with 45 pc in PCM can apply for Engg

Engineering colleges in Maharashtra, which were finding it difficult to get candidates for degree courses have some reason to cheer now with the eligibility criteria for applicants being relaxed.


RSS functionary assaulted in Nagpur

A joint secretary of city unit of RSS, Mohan Agnihotri was stabbed last night in Nandanwan area by two unidentified persons, police said on Tuesday.

Kolhapur sex scandal: Probe officer dismisses exploitation reports

The investigating officer probing the Kolhapur police training school sex scandal has dismissed allegations of exploitation of women recruits there, saying that "only one" rape case has been reported so far.

Power generation figures were unrealistic, says Montek


Deputy chairman of Planning Commission, Montek Singh Ahluwalia, on Saturday said it would be an achievement if India could achieve capacity addition of 52,000 MW of power generation at the end of 11th five-year-plan in 2012 despite much higher projections earlier.

Sehwag, Sachin give India a blasting start against S. Africa

Sachin Tendulkar celebrates with batting partner Gautam Gambhir after he scores a century against South Africa

Openers Virender Sehwag and Sachin Tendulkar gave India a fiery start against South Africa in a key World Cup Group B match on Saturday.

World Cup 2011: South Africa bundle out India for 296

Sachin Tendulkar struck his 48th ODI century before India crashed losing nine wickets for just 29 runs to be bowled out for 296 in 48.4 overs against South Africa in a key World Cup Group B match here on Saturday.

Cricket fans caned in Nagpur over ticket sale

Cricket fans lathicharged in Nagpur

Fans clamouring to buy tickets for the India-South Africa match were lathicharged outside the Vidarbha Cricket association in Nagpur this morning.

Bardhan: JPC probe necessary

The CPI has said the Opposition demand for a joint parliamentary committee (JPC) probe into the 2G spectrum allocation scam was justified and the UPA government should find out a formula to pave the way for setting up the MPs’ panel and end the deadlock in Parliament.

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