Regd. No. Indore MP/ICD 216/2021-2023 INDORE BHOPAL UJJAIN MUMBAI PUNE !& & ! %( % &"# $ &"$ % 9 : ' # # ' " # "'$% ! #'"& LAUNCHES ACADEMIC % PM Will benefit 1,500 OBCs in MBBS & 2,500 in PG; 550 EWS in MBBS & 1,000 in PG Pragya Thakur's 'forged' letterhead for transfers " ($ & & + + !1 " $.+ , ' ., (+ ", % -- +" -+ ', + " #' # '- & -( (+ - + (' % -- + " .+#'! (., + " +#& ,. , *. '- )+( + ' " (.' -" % -- +" %$#'! -( # (+! )+#& +#& " $.+ , # + ' " %% & -( #'*.#+ #' 0"# " (.- -" % -- + " ,(& " + (&& ' -+ ', +, / +# # 0#-" &1 ' (.' -" - '( % -- + ( # 0 , #,,. +(& &1 ,# (+ +#& + ' " +(& &1 ( # # -" % -- + , # -" - )+#& 0 , (+! 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Hindu University This reservation, effective from the current academic year of 202122, will be in addition to 49.5% of seats in education and government appointments reserved with 15%, 7.5% and 27% quota for the Scheduled Castes, the Scheduled Tribes and other Backward Class. es (OBCs), respectively Around 550 EWS students in MBBS and around 1,000 EWS students in post-graduation will benefit every year from the move initiated under the 103rd Constitution Amendment Act of 2019, inserting Article 15(6) and 16(6) to provide for the EWS reservation for advancement of any economically weaker . section of society After hockey team’s win, Atanu, Satish & Sindhu hog limelight There were no medals to trigger a frenzy but definitely some top-notch perIndia that formances raised a toast to on day six of the Olympic Games, highlights being men's hockey team's march into quarters and archer Atanu Das' stunning triumph over two-time Olympic champion. A big, big heartbreak was boxing legend M C Mary Kom's pre-quarterfinal exit despite the fact that LonbronzeOlympic don medallist had actually won two of the three rounds in her flyweight (51kg) bout against Colombia's Ingrit Valencia. Singh-led Manpreet men's team hammered de- fending champion Argentina 4-1 in its penultimate group match to storm into the quarterfinals. This was after badminton ace P V Sindhu advanced into quarterfinals with 21-15 2113 win over Denmark's Mia Blichfeldt, expectedly topping her group. But the biggest triumph of the day was without doubt Atanu. Hardly anyone gave him a chance against twotime Olympic champion Oh Jin Hyek but he definitely knew what was needed to be done, displaying nerves of steel as his wife and fellow archer Deepika Kumari screamed her lungs out from the stands to support him. Atanu is now in prequarters, just like Deepika, . who made it on Wednesday Nat’l-level shooter killed, another injured in car accident in Dhar Former national football player Bhavna Dhangar (26) allegedly immolated self in her at house Khargone on Thursday afternoon. Before taking the extreme posted she step, "Alvida(good Bye) on her social media account and even forwarded an audio . message to her family Khargone sub-divisional officer (police) Rohit Alava said that they were informed about body of a woman lying in a field on Dabria Road near a trenching ground. Local police and forensic team reached the spot and found the body completely charred. The body was identified as of Bhavna Dhangar. A suicide note was also found near the . body Police investigation , was underway said Alava. sports was Bhavna teacher in a private school. Before taking her own life, she posted on her social media wall," 'I am committing suicide due to troubled life. Don't trouble anyone because of me, goodbye life." Police have also found a suicide note from the spot, stating that she was ending her life on her own free will. Before immolating self, Bhavna had shared her plan of committing suicide with her friend on mobile. However, before police and family could reach the spot she took the drastic step by dousing self with petrol. A 28-year-old national-level died, shooter another while athlete sustained grievous injuries when their car flipped after hitting a road divider on a highway in Dhar district on , Thursday police said. The accident took place on Indore-Ahmedabad Nation, al Highway when the two shooters were heading to Jaipur, Rajasthan to participate in a national-level shooting competition, inspector Anand Tiwari of Naugaon police station said. Indore resident Naman Paliwal died on the spot, while Hethvi Desai (25) was rushed to M Y Hospital in a critically injured state, the official said. Vivek Sagar fulfils mom’s beta goal karke aana call DRIBBLES TEAM INDIA to victory against defending champs at Tokyo Olympics A swish of Vivek Sagar Prasad's magic wand took Argentina by surprise. Few knew that the swish was the result of his mother's wish 'Beta goal karke aana...'. That was it. Rest, . , as they say is history His mother gets up in the . morning everyday She goes to the temple and . prays for her son's safety She then talks to him. Before India took the field on Argentina against Thursday, she called him up and for the first time told him "Beta goal karke aana." And, he fulfilled his mother's wish. Vivek's elder brother Vidhyasagar, who works as a software engineer in Pune, said that their mother had never before asked Vivek to , score a goal. Till Thursday she had only prayed for his safe return. Her golden words during 4:30am call with Vivek were magical, he said. BANK OF CREDIT Prime Minister Narendra Thursday on Modi launched multiple educational initiatives, including Academic Bank of Credits, National Digital Education Architecture and other initiatives to mark the completion of one year of reforms under the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020. The PM also addressed policymakers in the domain of education and skill development, students and teachers across the country through video conferencing. He said the development of the nation will depend on “the quality of education we provide to our youth”. The Academic Bank of Credit will provide flexible multiple entries and exit options for students in Higher education. “Multiple said, PM The entry/exit will help students break away from the shackles of sticking to one stream. Dhanbad judicial officer's killing: 2 14 TIGER RESERVES held, SIT formed of country get CATS DHANBAD: Two people involved in the killing of the prestigious recognition Additional District Judge Global accreditation for Panna, Pench, Satpura & Kanha posted in the Dhanbad district of Jharkhand have been arrested, and the auto used for the crime has also been seized. The accused, identified as Lakhan Kumar Verma and Rahul Verma, have also confessed to the crime. "Based on facts that came up during investigation and CCTV footage, 2 people and auto involved in the crime were identified. Two people - Lakhan Kumar Verma and Rahul Verma, have been arrested and the auto has also been seized from their possession. They've confessed to the crime," Amol Vinukant Homkar, Inspector General (Ops) informed. Homkar Additionally, said that an FIR has been registered under section 302 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) (murder). Investigation "Special Team (SIT), headed by City Superintendents of Police (SP) Dhanbad, has been formed. Crime Investigation Department (CID) and Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) team have also been deputed to help them in the investigation. Fourteen of country's 51 tiger reserves have received prestigious global accreditation from Conservation Assured Tiger Standards (CATS), it was announced at the Global Tiger Day event held by the Environ. ment Ministry on Thursday Among these, four tiger reserves are situated in Madhya Pradesh namely Satpura, Pench, Panna, and Kanha. The government had initiated this process of CATS standardisation process 10 years ago. From other states: Manas, Kaziranga, and Oran (As(Uttar Dudhwa sam), Pradesh), Sunderbans (West Bengal), Valmiki Nagar (Bihar), Parambikulam (Kerala), Girls outshine boys once again as Board announces 100% result Girls once again outperformed boys in Higher Secondary School Certificate (10+2) 12th board exam 2021, results of which were declared by MP Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) . on Thursday Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan congratulated the students for success. Announcing the result, school education minister Inder Singh Parmar said that 1,71,928 girls cleared the exams with against division first 1,71,137 boys. /3!, 234$%.32 %'4,!1 1)5!3% 1/3% %7!-2 )1,2 6)3( 23 $)5 /82 6)3( 23 $)5 & !.8 234$%.3 )2 ./3 2!3)2&)%$ 6)3( ()2 1%24,32 (% /1 2(% -!8 !00%!1 ). %7!-).!3)/. ). %03%-"%1 ). !,, 24"*%#32 /1 ). !.8 0!13)#4,!1 24"*%#3 4#( 234 $%.32 -!8 '%3 3(%-2%,5%2 1%')2 0/13!, &1/3%1%$ /. )-),!1,8 4'423 3/ 4'423 !.8 234$%.3 6(/ (!2 '1)%5!.#%2 1%'!1$).' -!1+2 /"3!).%$ (% /1 2(% -!8 !001/!#( 0/13!, . 3(1/4'( #!2% /& #,%1)#!, -)23!+% ). -!1+ 2(%%32 )3 6),, "% #/11%#3%$ &1%% /& #/23 6)3(). 3(1%% -/.3(2 & !.8 /.% !00,)%2 &/1 #/11%#3)/. !&3%1 3(1%% -/.3(2 (% 2(% 6/4,$ (!5% 3/ 0!8 &/1 )3 Mudumalai and Annamalai (Tamil Nadu) and Bandipur (Karnataka) tiger reserves received the accreditation. However, more popular tiger resorts such as Corbett, and Ranthambore do not feature on the list. Also, only three other tiger reserves - one each from Russia, Nepal, and Bhutan - been bestowed this honour. Eight new flights to start from Jabalpur new Eight BHOPAL: flights will start from Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh to boost air connectivity of the Mahakoshal region . with the rest of the country Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia in a tweet on Thursday informed "eight new flights will begin from Jabalpur on a daily basis". "These new flights are Mumbai-Jabalpur-Mumbai, InDelhi-Jabalpur-Delhi, and dore-Jabalpur-Indore Hyderabad-Jabalpur-Hyderabad," he said. Four flights will start on August 20, while the remaining four will commence operation on August 28, Scindia's close aide and the BJP media panelist Pankaj Chaturvedi said.