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  • Bhopal: Vulture centre fails to yield desired results so far, say forest officials

    The vulture centre which was developed near Kerwa dam back in 2010-11, for breeding of the endangered natural scavengers has failed to yield the result which was expected by the officials of forest department. Officials concerned had even under gone a specialised training in Pinjore, Haryana still the purpose of the centre to have over 125 vultures till date has not been realised. According to sources, the number of vultures in the

  • Bhopal: Seminar on how to prevent drowning deaths tomorrow

    BHOPAL: Taking lesson from the drowning of 16-year-old Mandar Vedghshe in Kerwa dam, Rotary Club Bhopal East and Bhopal Management Association started a campaign ‘Mandaar and No More (MANM) to save children from drowning and in the same row a national seminar is going to be organised on February 12.

  • Bhopal: Minor boy drowns in Kerwa dam

    BHOPAL: A 16-year-old boy, student of class X got drowned in Kerwa dam and two other students were saved from drowning in Ratibad area on Sunday afternoon. Body of deceased student was fished out by divers and was sent for post-mortem. A case has been registered at Ratibad police station.

  • Lok Sabha Speaker opens ‘Mandar Tower’ at Kerwa Dam

    Bhopal: Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan on Sunday inaugurated through remote a 2G mobile tower in a special programme organised in Governor House. This tower has been set up by BSNL Madhya Pradesh, as a public welfare contribution to the efforts of ‘Mandar-And-No-More’ (MANM) Mission to save lives from the dangers of water-bodies. The programme was attended by Dr  CG Pandey, CGM BSNL, Dr Mahesh Shukla, GM BSNL, family and friends of Mandar