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Bajaj group chairman Rahul Bajaj pays tribute to RSS founders in Nagpur

Bajaj dropped by the RSS Smruti Mandir while on his way to Wardha to attend the inauguration of Bajaj Institute of Technology. The institute has been started by Shiksha Mandal, an educational organisation chaired by Bajaj.

Nagpur: Translocated Brahmapuri tigress captured

The tigress had killed farmer Shobharam Chavan at village Dadra outside Melghat Tiger Reserve (MTR) in Amaravati district on Friday night when he had gone to his farm.


Maharashtra: PWD Minister Patil in support of review of reservation policy

Patil was talking to reporters in Nagpur at the 'Meet the Press' programme organised by Patrakar Club of Nagpur, on Saturday.

27% OBC quota in local bodies to stay: Maharashtra CM Fadnavis

Fadnavis said there was no question of reviewing or altering the OBC quota in education, jobs or local bodies.

Maharashtra: Vijay Kelkar panel report not rejected, says Sudhir Mungantiwar

Reports had quoted Devendra Fadnavis as saying in the Legislative Council on June 20 that the state government can’t implement the report “as it is”.

Man smashes 19-year-old girlfriend's face, arrested

Prima facie, Sheikh travelled with Parihar in his car on July 12 and later allegedly killed her by crushing her head at Savli Fata near Pandhurna-Nagpur highway, the official said.


Nagpur drug exporter held in Prague for selling prohibited items

The arrest was confirmed by officials of the Nagpur Food and Drugs Authority (FDA), who conducted searches at Belani’s company in Nagpur, Lee HPL Ventures Private Limited.

Nagpur hospital’s prescription for mentally ill: work, wage, welfare

Most patients admitted in Maharashtra mental hospitals live there for over 10 years with no family to go to and zero employment source.

Maharashtra: 55-year-old woman killed by leopard in Chandrapur village

According to sources, the woman used to live alone in the village after her three daughters got married. He house did not have a door.

Fire breaks out at Nagpur's medicine market, no casualties

Fire tenders are present at the spot, fire fighting operations are underway. No casualties or injuries have been reported.

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15-year-old boy to be honoured with Bravery Award posthumously

Nagpur, Jan 20 (ANI): A 15-year-old Indian boy, who is one of two children, will posthumously be honoured with the National Bravery Awards on January 24 by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at his residence in New Delhi. Gaurav Sahastrabuddhe from Nagpur sacrificed his life while saving his four friends. He will be presented with ‘Bharat Award’, the highest of the National Bravery awards. Friends and family of Sahastrabuddhe are happy to find his name on the list of the children to be presented with the award. The award will be accepted by Sahastrabuddhe parents. The Indian Council for Child Welfare announced that apart from the two children, the National Bravery Awards will also be given to 23 others across the country.