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Woman gets bail in controversial Gondia murder

NAGPUR: Justice SB Shukre of Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court last week granted conditional bail to Dewakabai Khobragade, wife of deceased Sanjay, along with her neighbour Raju Gadpayle in the controversial murder case in Gondia district. The ... Times of India, 6 days ago

Scholarship scam: 58 banned Nagpur University colleges pocket Rs 4.34 crore

A treasury officer from Gondia has blown the lid off what appears to be a massive scholarship scam. In a written complaint to social welfare commissioner Ranjit Singh Goel on July 14, Digambar Nemade has alleged that 58 out of Nagpur University’s 250 banned ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago 'Panel probing scholarship scam under political pressure'  Times of India1 week ago

Illegal Bangladeshi migrant held for burglary

Sheikh, earlier held by Gondia police for burglary, had been lodged in Nagpur central jail.He was taken into custody with the help of production warrant issued by a lower court.
 Times of India1 month ago

SC last hope for Gondia medical college

NAGPUR: Supreme Court (SC) remains the last hope for starting the Gondia Medical College (GMC) this academic year while the fate of the Chandrapur Medical College (CMC) remains uncertain. Congress MLA from Gondia, Gopaldas Agrawal, who has been ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Commotion at Nagzira wildlife sanctuary

group of tourists from Nagpur and Wardha went wild in Nagzira wildlife sanctuary in Gondia on Sunday.
 Times of India2 months ago

Nagpur 83% short of normal rainfall

NAGPUR: After three months of monsoon, most places in Vidarbha have deficient rains. The rainfall deficit for the region by the end of August stood at 25%, while that in Nagpur, it was 83%. The total rainfall for August is among the lowest in most ...
 Times of India19 hours ago Monsoon almost normal in Vid with 3-day wet spell  Times of India1 month ago July rains will wipe out deficiency, predict met officials  Times of India1 month ago Heavy rainfall predicted in Vidarbha by Met department  ZeeNews.com1 month ago

Tiger poacher Hanumant nabbed in Odisha

NAGPUR: In yet another big catch, the Wildlife Crime Control Bureau (WCCB), Delhi, on Friday morning nabbed tiger poacher Hanumant from Odisha, wanted in tiger skin seizure case in Bhandara. On Wednesday, the WCCB had arrested Shivram Bagdi, ...
 Economic Times3 days ago

Navegaon-Nagzira set to have over 1,000 sq km buffer

Eight months after Navegaon-Nagzira Tiger Reserve (NNTR) in Gondia and Bhandara districts was notified, a subcommittee has identified 1,030 sqkm buffer zone for it.
 Times of India3 days ago

Poachers' threat puts forests on alert

NAGPUR: Poaching threat looms large in areas around tiger reserves, sanctuaries and national parks ahead of Pola festival. Pola is a bull-worshipping festival, which will be celebrated all over Vidarbha on Monday. However, its second day (Tuesday) ...
 Times of India1 week ago
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Killer tiger shot dead

Nagpur, Aug. 19: A team of sharpshooters today shot dead a full-grown male tiger in the forests of Chandrapur district after it was suspected to have killed seven persons and injured six since January this year. The Maharashtra forest department had ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago 5 tiger nails seized near Tumsar in Maharashtra  Economic Times4 weeks ago
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