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IIM Indore to train female family members of cops in MP, in financial & entrepreneurial skills

With its enterprising approach, IIM Indore has worked on an array of projects to improve and strengthen the social ecosystem. Now, the institute is partnering with the Madhya Pradesh government for an initiative to empower the female dependents of police personnel. As per the plan, the B-school would chalk out and implement interventions to transform the beneficiaries of the program into sound financial managers, equipped with entrepreneurial skills.

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MPBSE examinations' pattern to remain unchanged for class 10-12 pupils in Indore & other districts

On Saturday night, the Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education announced its decision to conduct the upcoming board examinations for class 10th and 12th students following the old system. This decision was taken after the state's education department rejected the changes suggested by the board. According to reports, the board authority has already delivered the question sets, which are prepared in accordance with the old pattern.

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Straight outta Jurassic World, Ashmadha Fossil Park near Indore is where you need to be this weekend

Ashmadha Fossil Park, located approximately 80-km away from Indore, is the perfect place for history buffs to enjoy their weekend. The fossilised remains of flora and fauna from 6.5 crore years ago at this park, have attracted several paleontologists from across the globe and, if you are looking for a getaway that's going to land you in ancient times, this is the place to be at! A weekend getaway to this fossil park will guarantee you an experience equivalent to watching the T-Rex roar on the silver screen.

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From city slums to national championship, Indore wrestler to write a striking story of success!

Indore Boy, Sunny Jadhav, is marking the city's presence in National Greco-Roman Championship that began on Saturday in Jalandhar. Trudging a tumultuous journey through the course of life, the Khelo India University Games medallist(60 kG) is finally seeing good times after a long battle with fate. From earning a living by cleaning cars and sleeping empty stomach on some days to getting grants from the Sports Ministry itself, the wrestler is eyeing success after a long-troubled path.

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'Nurturing Neighborhoods Challenge' in Indore to boost all-round development for children

Evolving as one of the most enterprising cities in India, Indore has become a hub of innovative initiatives that assure welfare for all its residents. Living up to its name, the city has made it to the list of 25 cities earmarked for the project called 'Nurturing Neighbourhoods Challenge'. Launched under the Smart Cities Mission of the central government, this scheme is being implemented in association with the Bernard van Leer Foundation (BvLF), with technical assistance from WRI India.

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