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  • Bhopal: Congress wanted children to remain illiterate, says Shivraj Singh Chouhan

    Bhopal: Launching a scathing attack on Congress, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan alleged that during its tenure the Congress government did not take any interest in opening schools and colleges as it wanted children to remain illiterate, who could not develop an understanding to question the government.

  • Asian Games 2018: MP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan announces Rs 75 lakh award for archer Muskan Kirar

    Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has announced an award of Rs 75 lakh for Muskan Kirar, a member of the women’s compound archery team that won a silver medal at the Asian Games in Jakarta. Chouhan said that, Kirar, a resident of MP’s Jabalpur district, has made the state proud with her achievement at the 18th Asian Games, currently underway in Indonesia. Kirar is a member of the MP State Archery

  • Indore: Metro rail work to begin in Jan, MP Metro Rail Co inspects route 

    Indore: Civil work of the much-awaited metro rail project would begin in January 2019, nearly a decade after chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan announced the ambitious project for Indore and Bhopal. “We are going to start construction of project in January,” said Jitendra Dubey, technical director, Madhya Pradesh Metro Rail Company.

  • Bhopal: Congress to get samples tested, take legal action in Cancerous shoes row

    Bhopal: Row over alleged distribution of cancerous footwear to the 8.5 lakh tribal tendu-leaf pluckers in MP is intensifying by the day. In a press conference held in Bhopal state media president of Congress, Sobha Oza informed about the ill effects of using the footwear.

  • Bhopal: In open letter to CM, Sobha Oza raises concern of women

    Bhopal: Writing as a sister, Congress state media committee president Sobha Oza in an open letter addressed to Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan raised the issue of rising crime against women in the state. The Congress leader questioned the failure of Chouhan in bringing down the crime graph. Ahead of Raksha-Bandhan, the CM had written to 50 lakh women of the state highlighting the works carried out by him for the betterment

  • Bhopal: CM honours 4 civilians with Rs 5 lakh each for saving lives of 45 persons

    Bhopal: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Friday honoured four civilians with Rs 5 lakh each for saving lives of 45 persons from drowning in Sultangarh waterfall of Shivpuri. Chouhan said the four civilians and police constables would be recommended for President’s Jeevanraksha medal. Ramdas, Bhagirath, Nizam Shah and Kallan Batham were honoured for their contribution in saving the lives.

  • Watch! Claiming ‘CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan is my brother-in-law’, man creates ruckus over traffic violations

    Bhopal man, claiming to be MP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s brother-in-law, created ruckus on streets and refused to pay fine for traffic rule violations. The man created a scene near Vidhan Sabha in Bhopal. A video regarding the same has gone viral. In the video, we can see him arguing with police officer who refused to believe his claim and continued doing his work. The policeman also recorded the claim made by

  • Bhopal: Rain recedes in state, CM reviews situation

    Bhopal: Heavy rains that lashed the state during the past two-days showed signs of let-up on Wednesday. According to weather department, rains would continue for some more days. A circle of cyclonic wind influencing the weather has covered the state.

  • Bhopal: CM seeks missed call in return of his letter on Rakshabandhan

    Bhopal: In the election year, various ways to woo people to win their favour are being explored.  Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has sent letter to more than 50 lakh women on the festival of Rakshabandhan. The letter extending greetings on the festival has solicited reply in the form of missed call, Whatsapp message or SMSs. \

  • Madhyra Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan launches ‘Dial 100’ police app for emergency

    Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has hailed the police for using modern technology to control crimes in the state. Taking one more step towards providing safety to the people, the Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister on Wednesday launched Dial 100 Mobile app, which will help the needy at the time of emergency.

  • Bhopal: Parents of martyrs to get 40% of honorarium

    Bhopal: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has announced at Shaheed Diwas programme on Tuesday that the 60 per cent of the honorarium of Rs 1 crore given to martyrs by the state government will be given to the legal heir of the martyr while 40 per cent will be given to the parents of the martyr so that they can spend rest of their lives with dignity.

  • FPJ and Moneycontrol Forum: Madhya Pradesh Agri-Revolution

    A conference ‘Madhya Pradesh’s glorious agri-revolution’ was jointly organised by Free Press Journal and, in association with the state government of Madhya Pradesh. 
    The first panel discussion ‘What made Madhya Pradesh’s agriculture programme succeed’ focused on the journey of Madhya Pradesh till now. This conversation was around the evolution of the state in agriculture and different factors that enabled the evolution. dignitaries that participated in this discussion included:

  • Bhopal: Only women could run girls hostel now

    Bhopal: The government is going to frame rules that would ensure running of girls hostel only by woman.  The initiative is an outcome of the incident of rape by a hostel owner with deaf and mute girls in a hostel situated at Awadhpuri.

  • Bhopal: Not me but CM calling himself juggler, says Kamal Nath

    Bhopal: Congress president Kamal Nath said that he never called chief minister a juggler, but Shivraj Singh Chouhan has been claiming himself to be a one. “I haven’t stated that Chief Minister is a madari (juggler), but from yesterday (Saturday) he has been claiming himself to be a juggler, said Nath while talking to media here on Sunday.

  • Ujjain: Lawyers oppose amendments in Land Revenue Act

    Ujjain: Lawyers of the city handed over a memorandum under aegis of the Bar Association Ujjain on Wednesday to the commissioner, in the name of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. The lawyers were protesting against the proposed amendments in Land Revenue Act 1979 which curtailed the jurisdiction of revenue courts and would not be in interest of poor and farmers.