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    Bhopal: Hailstorm damages crops in 621 villages of 23 districts

    Bhopal: The hailstorm that lashed different parts of the state in past three days has damaged crops in 621 villages of 13 districts, official statistics say. Crops spread over 27,000 hectares of land were damaged. Bhopal, Vidisha, Sehore, Seoni, Balaghat, Dewas, Chhindwara, Hoshangabad and Betul districts are worst hit.

  • Bhopal: MPPSC on Feb 18, guidelines issued

    Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh State Public Commission has come out with detail guidelines for the candidates appearing in prelims examination for Public Service and State Forest Services. The MPPSC will conduct examinations on February 18 in two shifts. As per the directions, all the candidates will be subjected to frisking before entering the examination center.

  • Bhopal: Another case of honey-trap: MI raids office of Lt Col in Jabalpur

    Bhopal: A team of Military Intelligence (MI) from Indian army’s Lucknow-based Central Command raided the office of a Lt Colonel posted at army base headquarters in Jabalpur on Monday on the suspicion that he might have been caught in a honey trap laid by Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI). The team has seized computers and documents from the premises and is intensively interrogating the officer.

  • Bhopal: Vyapam Scam: Ex-DME, Joint Director surrender in court

    Bhopal: Former director of medical education Dr S C Tiwari and former joint director Narendra Mohan Tiwari, both accused by the CBI of committing a fraud in allotment of seats in private medical colleges in collusion with the management of the colleges, surrendered before the CBI court of ADJ D P Mishra on Wednesday. They were remanded in judicial custody.

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    Bhopal: Romantic dinner on offer at Marriott on Valentine’s Day

    Bhopal: This Valentine’s Day, Courtyard Marriott is offering an array of interesting and delicious menus for a special dinner from 7.30 pm for couples. Unlimited alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages will be served. Before dinner, a live singing performance is scheduled at the Éclairs lounge.

  • Bhopal: Govt reverses BMC council order; 3 officers back in corporation

    Bhopal: The state government on Tuesday reversed a week-old order of BMC general council, giving marching orders to two additional commissioners Mallika Nigam and V K Chaturvedi and city engineer G S Saluja and repatriating them to their original departments. The BMC had taken the decision after a probe held the three guilty of irregularities in issuance of building completion certificates to builders.

  • Bhopal: BU, college students fret as semesters run late

    Bhopal: Two universities and private engineering colleges in state capital don’t seem to be adhering to academic calendar because of which semester examinations are getting delayed by months. Atal Bihari Vajpayee Hindi University, many departments in Barkatullah University and engineering colleges affiliated to Rajeev Gandhi Technical Universities were unable to run semesters on time.

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    Bhopal: I will lead balanced life for next 3 yrs, says sadhvi Uma

    Bhopal: Union minister Uma Bharati, amending her announcement made at Jhansi two days back, said here on Tuesday that she would keep away from elections only for a period of three years. Talking with reporters, she said that due to some medical issues, the doctors have advised her not to overburden herself with work.

  • Bhopal: Govt sanctions 10 posts for jail after centre rejects CISF cover

    Bhopal: After union home ministry rejected the state government’s plea to provide Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) personnel for Bhopal central jail, the Madhya Pradesh government has sanctioned merely 10 additional posts for jail’s security. On insistence of jail department, the government had requested centre to depute 100 CISF men for tightening up jail’s security.

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    Kolar water project: Bhopal residents feel the heat in absence of regular supply

    Bhopal: The project of supplying water in Kolar, which was inaugurated with much fanfare by local MLA Rameshwar Sharma, has not been executed fully. The water from Kerwa was to be supplied in December 30 but the residents who have taken water connection are waiting for regular water supply. Worse, Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) has failed to repair the road, which was dug up for installing water pipelines.