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    Bhopal: Centre’s old schemes figure in municipal budget

    Gwalior: The old schemes of the central government have figured in 2018-19 budget of Gwalior Municipal Corporation (GMC). Often, GMC indulges in self-praise by citing developmental works it undertook under Amrit and Smart City project. Mayor Vivek Shejwalkar, presenting his fourth budget during his second term, reiterated his commitment towards city’s development and presented details of various schemes of central and state governments.

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    Bhopal: Welcome to the tea party!

    Bhopal: A non-verbal ‘Under Construction,’ play was staged by DAVAI Group Israel at Ravindra Bhawan on Thursday- the ninth day of 15-day the 8th Theatre Olympics.  The one-hour-ten-minute play is saga of three strange men who wake up in the morning and slowly head in one direction – towards the kettle – the magic key for the new day. They press the button and wait, cups in their hands. But the world

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    Bhopal: Megha Parmar: MP’s first woman to climb Mount Everest

    Bhopal: Megha Parmar will be the first woman from Madhya Pradesh to climb Mount Everest.  On Thursday night, she left for Delhi from where she will set out on 90-day journey through Kathmandu.  The 24-year-old Parmar who hails from Bhojnagar village in Sehore district had hoisted the Indian flag on the Himalayan mountain range Dev Tibba last year.

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    Priti Raghuvanshi suicide case: Congmen protest govt’s inaction, seek FIR against minister, son

    Bhopal: Seeking justice for Congress members took to streets on Thursday and staged demonstrations at district headquarters attacking government over its failure to take action against PWD minister Rampal Singh and his son in Priti Raghuvanshi suicide case. The protestors seeking registration of FIR in the case burnt effigies of chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Rampal.

  • Priti Raghuvanshi suicide case: Police not handling case properly under minister’s pressure, alleges family

    Bhopal: Fearing for their lives, family members of Priti Raghuvanshi could not muster courage to come out of their house on Thursday and get their statements recorded even as the police officials kept waiting for them at circuit house. Accusing police of working under the pressure of PWD minister Rampal Singh- Priti’s father-in-law- the family alleged that the cops were not handling the case properly. The family even demanded videography of statement

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    Bhopal: Israel to set up farm centres of excellence in MP

    Bhopal: The Israel government would set up two agriculture centres of excellence in Madhya Pradesh to educate progressive farmers, said Israel government’s consul general Ya’akov Finkelstein on Thursday. The consul who was on a two-day tour to the state told media persons that the Israel government would provide the technical support to the state government which would give the land and other infrastructures to set up the centres. The state government is

  • Preeti Raghuvanshi case: Mahila Congress submits memo

    Bhopal: Alok Rawat, member of the National Commission for Women (NCW Member said here on Thursday that the commission cannot take any action in Preeti Raghuvanshi suicide case as it does not have enough rights to issue any directive in such cases. “When the MLAs cannot do anything, what can we do”, he said, answering a question about what the Commission proposes to do about the memorandum handed over to it by

  • Bhopal: Penalise riders without helmets: Home minister

    Bhopal: Home minister Bhupendra Singh on Thursday directed officials to launch special campaign against riders of two-wheelers who avoid wearing helmets. The minister issued directives while presiding over the meeting of State Road Safety Council at Mantralaya. Singh directed to continue campaign in rural areas so that public awareness on wearing helmets can increase.

  • Bhopal: CM opens Friends of MP Portal

    Bhopal: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan inaugurated the Friends of Madhya Pradesh portal on Wednesday.  Praising the portal, he said that the portal would connect the well-wishers of Madhya Pradesh living in India and abroad.

  • PM Narendra Modi honours MP with Krishi Karman Award

    Madhya Pradesh has been honoured with Krishi Karman Award for the year 2015-16. The Prime Minister Narendra Modi presented the awards for various categories in Krishi Unnat Mela at New Delhi. The Award for Madhya Pradesh was received by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan.

  • Bhopal: Docs’ shortage, contractual employees’ agitation likely to figure in meeting

    Bhopal: In the state as many as 34,347 MBBS doctors are registered with Medical Council of India but government hospitals and medical facilities, particularly in rural belt, continues to face shortage of medical practitioners. There are 1171 Primary Health Centres (PHCs) in the state of which 393 are running without doctors. A number of the programmes being run by National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) fails to achieve the desired target due to

  • Indore: Feel free to sleep your best today

    Indore: Sleeping is the best thing which everyone loves to do and wish to continue whenever they want. Much to a surprise for many, there is a dedicated day for sleeping and is observed every year on March 16. The day was launched aimed at spreading awareness about sleeping disorders which further put adverse effect on people’s health. Sleep problems constitute a global epidemic that threatens health and quality of life for

  • Indore: DAVV comes up with five MTech courses for working executives

    Indore: Meeting a long standing demand, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) has come up with Master of Technology (MTech) programmes in five different streams for working executives. The programmes will be launched from session 2018-19 and classes will be held either on weekends or daily for two hours in morning shift, whichever is convenient to the candidates.

  • Indore: Take Home Ration Scheme

    Bhopal: Principal bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court on Wednesday permitted state government to issue short term tender to continue supply of take home ration. However, the court has prohibited three joint venture partners of MP State Agro Industrial Development Corporation from participating in the tender process.

  • Bhopal: Foreigners seek MP govt’s help to harness solar energy

    Bhopal: Delegates of foreign countries who visited Madhya Pradesh under the aegis of International Solar Alliance (ISA) have sought state government’s help in setting up mega solar plants that can enable them to address power shortage in their countries.

  • Bhopal: Government overlooks HC order on nutritious food supply

    Bhopal: The Cabinet on Tuesday decided to distribute supplementary nutritious food through Rural Livelihood Mission by setting up a federation of self-help groups, which is against a decision given by Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court.