Bhopal

Marriage gardens without licence will be sealed: ADM

Marriage gardens without licence will not be allowed to operate in the State and the violators will be penalised, said Additional District Magistrate (ADM) Vandana Sharma. She made the above statement while addressing a meeting of BMC officials at the Collectorate on Thursday. It is mandatory for the marriage gardens to get a license issued from Bhopal Municipal Corporation, Sharma added. A fine of Rs 10,000 will be imposed on the owners of those marriage gardens, who do not follow the guidelines ..

Chhindwara model is basis of State’s development: CM

Kamal Nath said that the State Government is working with a new attitude and approach for the development of the State. He said that Chhindwara model has been made the basis of development of the State. On this line, development initiatives have been taken in all areas. An investment-friendly environment has been created for employment, which has started yielding results. For this, the processes related to industry establishment have been simplified...

CM Nath inaugurates model Gau Shala at Umarhar village

“THE State Government began working with new ideas and theme to bring overall development of this State. Even due to its simple policies and producers, more and more investors are coming forward to invest in Madhya Pradesh,” said Chief Minister Kamal Nath while addressing public dedication of Model Gau Shala constructed at village Umarhar in Chhindwara district. Chief Minister Kamal Nath dedicated the newly constructed model Gau Shala at Umarhar with estimated cost of Rs. 30 lakh...

Commr Rajak inspects facilities for disabled at public places

People having some disability should get basic facilities in public places and vehicles. The instructions in this regard were given by the Madhya Pradesh Commissioner Disability, Sandeep Rajak during inspection of the Bus Stand, RTO office along with Deaf and Dumb, Blind Hostel, Pandapura. On this occasion RTO, Officers of the department of Social Justice, Disable Welfare. Commissioner Disability, Sandeep Rajak addressing the meeting asked officials to ensure availability of wheel chair and ramp in ..

Divisional Commissioner Kalpana Shrivastava takes over as Administrator of civic body

Divisional Commissioner Kalpana Shrivastava took over as Administrator of the Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) at ISBT office. A meeting of BMC officials was also held in which various development activities carried out by Bhopal Municipal Corporation were reviewed. Main focus was given to improvise financial condition of BMC...

Heinous: Engineering student held for raping 6-yr-old girl

Kolar police have arrested a 24-year-old engineering student for allegedly raping his neighbour’s six-year-old daughter at Samraddhi Parisar in Rajharsh Colony. The accused committed crime after watching an adult movie on his mobile phone on Tuesday. According to SHO of Kolar Anil Bajpai, the accused identified as Virendra Parihar alias Devendra was nabbed after victim’s mother lodged a complaint regarding sexual assault with her 6-year-old daughter...

Tourists’ influx rising at Van Vihar to see lions

After Van Vihar National Park shifted both lions in display cage, large number of tourists are visiting the park to see lions. However, park management has decided to alternately display lions in the same cage. Visitors are enthusiast to seen the lions in city zoo. On Wednesday, large number of tourists especially visited Van Vihar to see the lions. They kept on waiting for an hour to get a glimpse on lions. However, both lions are currently trying to escape from the crowd. Van Vihar official said ..

‘Installation of Gandhi Pillar mandatory for new university’

Higher Education Minister Jitu Patwari has said that it is necessary to make students aware of Mahatma Gandhi’s ideology in order to make them master of human concept. He said that now it will be mandatory to install the ‘Gandhi Pillar’ in the establishment of any new university in the State. It the university agrees then only then permission will be given. Patwari was addressing the Dharampal Memorial Lecture organised at Barkatullah University in State capital on Wednesday...

Students should be proactive in constructive activities: Patel

Student life is a golden period in every individual’s life. Its all about having fun with friends and stay care-free about real life stresses, but it is equally important to set our future prospective. Hence, learning, experimenting and actively participating in constructive activities should remain an integral part of it, opined Union Minister of State for Tourism and Culture Prahlad Patel...

Congress to fight battle for SC/ST reservation: Wasnik

AICC General Secretary Mukul Wasnik said that Congress does not accept Apex Court verdict given in connection with Uttarakhand Government’s petition in which BJP-led Uttarakhand Government said that SC/ST reservation in Government jobs is not a fundamental right and there is no Constitutional duty on the Governments to give reservation. ..

VD Sharma takes charge as new BJP State President

Newly-appointed State President of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Vishnu Dutt Sharma took charge in the presence of senior party leaders at BJP office in State capital on Monday evening. He arrived in Bhopal by a train and received a warm welcome from party leaders and workers. ..

MPBSE identifies 750 sensitive, super sensitive examination centres

In the wake of increase in unfair means cases in the board examinations for last few years, Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) has extended the number of sensitive and super sensitive examination centres to avoid such irregularities during the examinations. ..

Mayor inaugurates statue of Rani Kamlapati amidst uproar

RANI Kamlapati statue inauguration witnessed commotion between BJP and Congress corporators. The statue was inaugurated by Mayor Alok Sharma on Sunday which witnessed absence of Congress leaders and corporators. Mayor Alok Sharma, MLA Vishwas Sarang, MLA Krishna Gaur, MiC Chairman Surjeet Singh Chauhan and other senior leaders of BJP attended the function. From Congress, Corporator Girish Sharma and a few other Congress leaders were present...

Mayor Alok Sharma, BJP corporators stage protest

Mayor Alok Sharma and BJP Corporators staged protest at Minto Hall over lenient attitude of BMC officials and Congress Government in executing development projects activities...

Everest Better Kitchen Culinary Challenge contest held at Hotel Management Institute

Everest Better Kitchen Culinary Challenge Competition was inaugurated by Commissioner, Public Relations, P Narhari at Hotel Management Institute on the other day. The main objective of the competition was to make youths aware towards good Indian food, hygiene in cooking, presentation and feeling of freshness and to collect old cooking methods...

Students injured as passenger bus hits school van

Four students, including two sisters, got injured after a van carrying them to school was hit by a speeding passenger bus near Reliance Fresh store in the early morning hours of Saturday. SHO of Koh-e-Fiza Sudhir Arjariya was quickly on the scene of the accident and he contacted the parents of the students who were taken to the hospital...

Forensic Histopathology workshop held at AIIMS

Fourth Edition of Forensic Update- India’s First Ever Hands- on Workshop on Forensic Histopathology was organised by the Department of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Bhopal, the event which was inaugurated by Prof. (Dr) Sarman Singh, Director & CEO, AIIMS, Bhopal concluded on February 15. Many sessions were organised during the event. In the opening session, Dr D N Lanjewar from Gujarat, eminent guest faculty elucidated the importance of histopatholog..

Mascot ‘Bholu’ attracting customers at Capital Mall

Capital Mall showed love towards there customers and pampered them by welcoming them to the mall by giving heart-shape balloons from Bholu. Bholu (Mall’s Mascot) has given balloons to the customers, kids and couples at the mall. Everyone has taken selfie with Bholu at Capital Mall and enjoyed there Valentine’s Day at Capital Mall. Amrik Panesar, Chief Asset Officer of Capital Mall, said “I felt happy seeing Bhopal People enjoying their Valentine’s Day in Capital Mall and made Capital Mall’s Day very ..

Children interact with litterature at Bal Sahitya Shodh Kendra

Children got the chance to know about the experiences and thoughts of the child literature Anil and Aruna, at Bal Sahitya Shodh Kendra. The two literature are currently living in Canada and they shared their experience with the young children...

STF arrests two for hunting wild animals, one absconding

n Staff ReporterSpecial Task Force (STF) has arrested two persons on the charges of killing wild animals and in connection with sale and purchase of cartridges. One more accused is wanted in case and cops are trying to arrest him. As many as 520 cartridges have been confiscated from one of the held accused.  Accused Amir along with killed wild animals.   The names of held accused are Salman Ali and Irfan. The name of third accused is Amir, who is on the run. STF said that it was ..

WCR starts probe into ramp collapse; GM suspends SSE

A day after bridge collapsed at Bhopal Railway Station, high-level enquiry by West Central Railway (WCR) has been started. While inspecting the spot, General Manager of WCR Shailendra Singh suspended SSE (Work) V K Sharma from immediate effect.  GM Shailendra Singh, DRM Uday Bolwanker and other railway officials visiting the station.  Railway authorities reached to the Bhopal Railway Station on Friday morning to check the status. However, rail service has been restored and operation ..

Dr Govind Singh dedicates Bawadiakalan ROB to public

The Minister for General Administration and Co-operative, Dr Govind Singh dedicated the long-awaited Railway Over Bridge, (ROB) constructed over Bawadiakalan level crossing. The Minister for Public Relations, P C Sharma presided over the function. Mayor Alok Sharma, Member of Legislative Assembly Krishna Gaur and Zila Panchayat Chairman Manmohan Nagar were present on the occasion.  Minister for Public Relations P C Sharma adn others dedicating the Railway Over Bridge, constructed over Bawadiakala..

MP first to implement community-based nutrition management

Madhya Pradesh is the first state in the country where the community-based nutrition management (C-SAM) has been launched in the form of a campaign for the severe malnourished children. The campaign will be implemented in two phases. Under the first phase, the work in 97,135 anganwadis of the State for identifying serious malnourished children is underway till February 20. The Minister for Women and Child Development, Imarti Devi informing about the departmental action plan-2020, said that the centre ..

Women Congress workers stage demos against hike in LPG rates

Women Congress workers demonstrated against hike in rates of domestic gas cylinders in State capital on Thursday. They demanded that central government should withdraw the increased rates of LPG cylinders as common people are already in troubled waters due to inflation. Women’s Congress workers were led by Mandavi Chouhan. Demonstrating Women’s Congress workers raised slogans against Central Government and censured its decision to increase the rates of domestic gas cylinders...

Part of ramp at Bhopal Rly Station collapses, 9 injured

A slab of a ramp connecting the foot over bridge (FOB) between two platforms at the Bhopal Railway Station collapsed on the passengers waiting on the platform on Thursday morning injuring several people. After the ramp collapsed, people rushed to the spot and removed several injured from the debris. While some are critical, no deaths has been confirmed. Passengers were seen helping those injured as the incident reported ..

Major fire in residential area of old city, no casualty

A major fire broke out in a house located in four-story building in the Silawatpura area near Ghoda Nakkas area of old city on Wednesday. Soon after the incident police personnel from Hanumanganj also rushed to the spot and took out domestic LPG cylinders and power supply was snapped in the area. The family members of the house had gone out for their work and there were two children inside the house, who were later rescued by the neighbours...

Boys using MPBSE Helpline more as compared to girls

Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) counselling helpline is proving beneficial to the students especially to the board examinees, helping them overcome stress and study related pressure. Students under stress call the helpline to get various tips from counsellors over how to beat the exam pressure and vice versa. Counsellors claimed that it is boys who are making more calls to get guidance over how to overcome from exam pressure, mental stress etc. The helpline has received around ..

Orientation for principals on ‘AI Integrated Multi-Disciplinary Pedagogy’ today

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will hold Orientation Programme for Principals and Vice-Principals on ‘AI Integrated Multi-Disciplinary Pedagogy’ in Collaboration with Intel on February 13. CBSE had already announced Artificial Intelligence as a multi-disciplinary integrated pedagogical approach to further enhance teaching and learning across classes 6 to 10. A handbook titled ‘Artificial Intelligence Integration across Subjects’ has also been prepared in this regard and the same can be ..

300 special children participate in Bhopal Paralympics

Lions Club of Bhopal Pratap and Bhopal Round Table held Bhopal Paralympics for the special children at Barkatullah University Ground on Wednesday. Around 300 children enthusiastically participated in different competitions and showcased their talents in various cultural activities...

Centre of Excellence institutes to be set up to provide world-class personal safety training to youth

Center of Excellence institutes will be set up in the state to impart global security training to the youth. This decision was taken in a meeting of Chief Minister Kamal Nath with the high officials of Home and Police Department at the Mantralaya and Central Association of Private Security Industry, the highest organisation of private security. The Chief Minister said that the demand for personal security has increased in the country and the world today...

AAP workers celebrate Delhi Assembly victory

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) workers celebrated the magical victory of party in Delhi assembly elections in State capital on Tuesday. Sporting a big smile on faces, they celebrated AAP’s Delhi Assembly victory by distributing sweets and dancing on the beats of drum. Wearing the iconic party cap on which AAP was written, AAP workers and leaders were looking ecstatic and wishing each other on party’s success in Delhi elections...

Slender Billed vulture almost extinct in MP

There is no doubt that cleanliness and hygienic environment is becoming our routine but on other side it has affected the population of biological scavengers. Though, Madhya Pradesh has recorded marginal rise in population of vultures by 12 per cent but there are a few species on verge of extinction in lack of food. Talking to ‘The Hitavada’ Ornithologist Sangeeta Rajgir said, “A few species like Slender Billed vulture are in endangered category as they are dependent on specific food...

Mansarovar Dental College’s seventh graduation ceremony organised

Mansarovar Dental College’s seventh graduation and second post-graduation ceremony was organised. The inauguration of the convocation was done by Governor Lalji Tandon. State’s Higher Education and Sports and Youth Welfare Minister Jitu Patwari, Medical Education Minister Vijailaxmi Sadho and other dignitaries were also present as guests. Addressing the students, Governor Lalji Tandon congratulated achievements of students and also of faculties...

Fraudster Shareef Khan sold more than 1,500 plots

ACCUSED of Tilak Housing Society fraud, Mohd Shareef Khan, who used fake power of attorney to sell plots to non-members of the society, has sold more than 1,500 plots and is the mastermind in forgery worth lakhs. Koh-e-Fiza police had booked 15 people for fraud in plot allocation of Tilak Housing Society on a complaint filed by members of the society. Mohd Shareef Khan and Colonel Bhoopendra Singh are prime accused in the case and were arrested by police with three others, on the day FIR was lodged. ..

Tragic: Intervening into a fight costs youth his life

IN A shocking incident, a 24-year-old youth was stabbed to death after he intervened in a fight late on Saturday night. The argument took place outside a liquor shop in Aishbagh area. Three miscreants attacked him with sharp-edged weapons and he was rushed to a hospital by his friends where he was declared brought dead. Following his death, his body was sent to Hamidia Hospital for post-mortem. He had gone to the area with his friends for dinner when an argument took place...

WII scholars’ team to study co-existence of tigers and humans in Bhopal

SURPRISED with improved eco-system of Bhopal where tigers live so close to densely populated areas of humans, Wildlife Institute of India (WII) has started a study. WII found out that for more than 15 years, humans and tigers are living so close in Bhopal without any conflict. They are not only living together but it has also improved eco-system of the city. After completing the study, WII will be presenting Bhopal as a model city for safety and conservation of tigers across the country...

CBSE’s new Exam Centre Locator App to help examinees

The Board examinees will now be able to locate their examination centres from home easily. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has facilitated examinees by introducing an app through which help the examinees locate their examination centre and see the distance between current location and examination centre. The Board has introduced Exam Centre Locator App-CBSE ECL APP for ease of students. The high school and higher secondary board examinations will begin from February 15. Thus, the Board ..

Agriculture Advisory Council should become a result-oriented orgn: CM

 Chief Minister Kamal Nath said that the Agriculture Advisory Council should prove itself a result-oriented organisation in increasing farmers’ income, enhancing their purchasing power and strengthening agriculture sector. He further mentioned that he aims to make Madhya Pradesh, a Capital of Horticulture. This will strengthen economic condition of the farmers and economy of the state. Kamal Nath was addressing the first meeting of the council at Mantralaya after its formation. The Chief ..

Kamal Nath Govt is Government of industrialists, says Gopal Bhargava

 Leader of Opposition Gopal Bhargava has scaled up attack against Congress government led by Kamal Nath.Taking strong objection over Government decision to increase the recovery time frame for Reliance Group’s Sasan power project to repay liability of Rs 450 crore, Gopal Bhargava described Kamal Nath Government as government of capitalist and industrialists. “CM Kamal Nath himself is an industrialist. Hence, more than people and poor he is concerned to increase capital of industrialists,&#..

Tiger kills woman; villagers burn down eco-centre

  After a tiger mauled to death a woman in Matkuli area of Satpura Tiger Reserve (STR) under Hoshangabad district, aggrieved villagers created ruckus at eco-center of the forest department and burnt the center into fire on Friday morning.Deceased was going to field early morning when lurking tiger pounced on her and mauled her to death. Later, people found her remains in several pieces. The incident led to anger among the villagers who blocked the traffic at Matkuli tri-way. Entire traffic ..

Row over inauguration of Arch bridge, Rani Kamlapati statue

   The row over inauguration of Arch bridge and Rani Kamlapati statue has resulted in resentment between Congress and BJP Corporators. In a bid to regulate traffic problem on the Kamlapati arch bridge, three houses are still becoming a major concerns. The bridge is being built worth Rs 40 crore. Mayor Alok Sharma staged protest over delay in clearing encroachments in approach road of Arch bridge. BJP corporators have alleged that Congress corporators are deliberately delaying the process ..

Minister Sharma takes umbrage on PM’s veiled attack on CM Nath

Public Relations and Law Minister P C Sharma said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s indirect remark against CM Kamal Nath is politically motivated as Madhya Pradesh is moving ahead in direction of progress with rapid speed. In the hurriedly called press conference, P C Sharma said that in his Lok Sabha speech, PM stated that Congress made anti-Sikh riots accused as CM and this statement was aimed to none other than CM Kamal Nath...

Four-month-old foetus found dead near public toilet

A four-month-old foetus was found dead in a drain near a private clinic, Bagsewania Bazar under Bagsewania police station on Thursday. Police recovered the foetus and sent for post-mortem examination. Dr Ashok Singh Thakur runs a clinic in the locality informed the police when he noticed it after locals brought the matter into his notice. Locals spotted the foetus in the drain near public urinal. Police were immediately called and pronounced the foetus dead shortly after...

Depressed over not having children, man ends life

Depressed over not having children for the past eight years from marriage, a 30-year-old man committed suicide by hanging from the ceiling at Kolar Colony under Chunabhatti police station area on Wednesday. According to police, Sonu Sen, 30, son of Manmohan Sen, basically hailed from Rewa district and here he was living along with his wife in Kolar Colony...

Lokayukta police arrest Treasury Officer, clerk for taking bribe

The Special Police Establishment (SPE) of the Lokayukta nabbed Additional Treasury Officer and clerk of District Treasury while accepting Rs 10,000 cash to facilitate revision in pension of victim’s mother. Notably, the District Treasury Department office is located adjacent to Lokayukta office. According to the Lokayukta Superintendent of Police Irwin Shah, the accused Additional Treasury Officer Dileep Singh Chouhan and his sub-ordinate clerk Nikhil Saxena were caught accepting bribe of Rs 10,000 ..

Intruder youth admitted after clash with cops in custody

BCA final year student Yogesh Tripathi (20), who was arrested by Gandhi Nagar police on Sunday for breaching the security at Raja Bhoj Airport and vandalised a chopper at the state hangar and blocked a plane, has been hospitalised in Hamidia Hospital on Tuesday after he clashed with cops in police custody and allegedly torn uniform of one of the constables. He was produced in the court on Monday and presently he is on five-days police remand...

Rabindranath Tagore University starts French language classes

French language classes have been started in Humanities and Language Department of Rabindranath Tagore University from Monday. The classes are open for all in the varsity. Housewives, businessmen, professionals, students anyone interested can join the course. The co-ordinator and Head of School of Languages Dr Ruchi Mishra Tiwari informed that classes will be held every Saturday. Dr Ruchi said that it is a great opportunity to learn an international language...

Sehore police returns stolen mobile phones to owners

Police have been receiving frequent complaints of mobile theft in District Sehore. Superintendent of Police, Sehore Shaishendra Singh Chouhan took it seriously and instructed Additional Superintendent of Police Sameer Yadav to resolve all the complaint of mobile theft pending in cyber cell. ASP Yadav taking special interest guided all his subordinated to start a search operation to find all the lost and stolen mobile phones. This search operation brought desired results to the police department Sehore ..

55 applications received during public hearing in Sehore

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) District Panchayat, Sehore Arun Kumar Vishwakarma chaired public hearing at Collectorate Meeting Hall in Sehore on Tuesday. As many as 55 applications were received in public hearing. CEO Vishvakarma listed to the complainants and instructed officers of various departments to look into the matter seriously and resolve all the complaints in promised time...

Salman feels ecstatic to host IIFA Awards in his hometown Indore

The Bollywood superstar Salman Khan was in the City of Lakes to launch the 21st edition of Indian cinema’s biggest celebration (International Indian Film Academy Awards) IIFA 2020 on Monday, which will be organised in Indore from March 27 to 29. Salman Khan was accompanied by actress Jacqueline Fernandez during the launching. IIFA is all set to bring its global brand presence to the culturally rich State of Madhya Pradesh, The Heart of Incredible India. Speaking on the occasion, Salman Khan, said, ..

IIFA will provide new identity to State: CM

Chief Minister Kamal Nath said that International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) award function is going to provide a new identity to Madhya Pradesh. Remembering Salman Khan about his deep connection with Madhya Pradesh, Kamal Nath urged Salman to spend most time in Madhya Pradesh and in this regard, he suggested that Salman Khan can start from Chhindwara...

Sambhavna Trust Clinic presents data on cancer cases among gas survivors

On the occasion of World Cancer Day, members of the Sambhavna Trust Clinic presented data on the alarming prevalence of cancer among the survivors of the Union Carbide gas disaster in Bhopal. The members expressed concern on the lack of facilities for the treatment of gas-affected cancer patients and called for setting up of proper registration of cancers of the gas-hit people.“Our data shows that the prevalence of cancers among the people exposed to Union Carbide’s gases is eight times more than ..

Collector instructs for stern action in housing societie’s cases

Prompt action against the housing societies should be taken by the officials of co-operative department, said Collector Tarun Pithode on Monday. He made the above statement while addressing a review meeting of time limit complaints at the collectorate. Pithode added all the complaints of revenue, BMC, building license, urban development department and those registered at CM Helpline should be resolved within the given time limit. He instructed the officials of the Public Works Department, Rajdhani ..

Youth creates ruckus at airport, held

A 20-year-old youth entered the operational runway area of Raja Bhoj Airport illegally on Sunday. He broke window glass of a parked helicopter by pelting stones and then laid down on runway in front of SpiceJet aircraft going to Udaipur. Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) jawans overpowered, arrested the miscreant and handed him over to Gandhi Nagar police...

Pair of lions if found medically fit will be shifted to display cage

In an effort to bring the pair of lions in display cage, Van Vihar National Park has decided to do medical test of ‘Satya’ and ‘Nandi’ on February 6 and 7. If the lions are found medically fit then they will be shifted to the display cage for tourists. Currently, both the lions are in a quarantine enclosure where they have adopted to the new place...

Fire at Ravindra Bhawan lawn, timely action averts major tragedy

A Fire broke out at the lawns of Ravindra Bhawan located near Polytechnic Square where Gond Art paintings were displayed during five-day festival of ‘Lokrang’. The incident took place while removing tenets erected for Lokrang fest. Timely intervention of fire tenders present at Ravindra Bhawan doused the flames before it could spread further and averted a major mishap on Sunday evening...

Indira Market Vyapari Sangh stages protest

Indira Market Vyapari Sangh staged demonstration against Smart City development. They expressed anger over decision to remove shops as a part of Smart City development. They are concerned that their livelihood will be affected with this...

Bank employees submit memorandum to Governor

Bank employees under the banner of United Forum of Bank Unions (UFBU) submitted a memorandum to the Governor Lalji Tandon. The two-day bank strike paralysed banking services in the State capital completely. On Saturday, bank employees staged protest in front of State Bank of India office which was followed by rally. In Madhya Pradesh this union has strength of total 40,000 employees. From Bhopal around 7,000 employees have rendered their support...

Drug peddler arrested with ganja worth Rs 2.10 lakh

Pipalni police arrested an inter-state drug smuggler and seized 21 kg ganja worth Rs 2.10 lakh from his possession at TIT College on Saturday. The arrested accused had bad track record in drug smuggling. White Swift car was used in transportation of consignment of drug. Case has been registered under NDPS Act. Acting on a tip off that a consignment of ganja is being supplied to Bhopal, police team swung into action. They noticed that white swift car MH-02 CR 4092...

Redressal of grievances of sand contractors soon: Mining Minister Pradeep Jaiswal

Minister for Mineral Resources Pradeep Jaiswal said in a joint meeting of mineral officials and sand contractors that all the procedures for mining operation should be completed at the earliest. He said that the tender process has been completed under the Sand Rules-2019 in the state. All contractors should complete all LOI related formalities. ..

3 members of vehicle-lifters’ gang held

Piplani police, on Friday, have busted a three-member vehicle-lifters’ gang and have also recovered 13 motorcycles from their possession. The main accused of the gang is on the run and police have started search for him.  Three accused of bike lifting arrested by Piplani police on Friday.  A team led by Piplani SHO Amit Chain Singh Raghuvanshi received a tip off that members of the gang were active in their area. The police team reached the spot and arrested Umesh Patel (21), ..

Will give new identity to MP by enriching culture of harmony: CM

Chief Minister inaugurates Amarkantak Narmada MahotsavChief Minister Kamal Nath said that we will give a new identity to Madhya Pradesh by enriching the culture of harmony, new vision and by changing the existing system. In the coming time, our State will be compared with the leading states of the country, not backward one. Kamal Nath was inaugurating the Amarkantak Narmada Mahotsav 2020. The Minister for Tribal Welfare Omkar Singh Markam, Minister for Panchayat and Rural Development Kamleshwar Patel, ..

Banking services affected; employees hold rally

Bank employees under the banner of United Forum of Bank Unions (UFBU) organised a massive rally in State capital as a part of nationwide strike. The rally witnessed participation of 5,000 employees. Sanjay Qureshi from UFBU said that the strike was effective in all bank branches in State capital. In Madhya Pradesh, this union has strength of total 40,000 employees. From Bhopal, around 7,000 employees have rendered their support. As a part of two-day strike on February 1 a protest will be organised ..

BJP MLA Manoharlal Untwal consigned to flames in Alot

The last rites of BJP MLA Manoharlal Untwal were performed at his home town Alot in Ratlam district on Friday. Ex-CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Leader of Opposition Gopal Bhargava, BJP State President Rakesh Singh etc participated in funeral procession of Manoharlal Untwal. Ex-CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Leader of Opposition Gopal Bhargava, BJP State President Rakesh Singh participating in final journey of BJP MLA late Manoharlal Untwal in Alot in Ratlam district on Saturday.   Untwal’s ..

One-sided love affair claimed life of auto driver: Gandhi Nagar Police

Gandhi Nagar Police, on Thursday, claimed to have solved the blind murder of a 42-year-old loading auto driver whose body was found near Mahaveer Institute of Medical Sciences and Research at Bisankhedi road on January 27. Two persons, Shahrukh and Mohsin alias Chhotu, involved in the killing have been arrested by the police 36 hours after the incident...

CM pays homage to Mahatma Gandhi

Chief Minister Kamal Nath paid homage to Mahatma Gandhi on latter’s death anniversary on Thursday. He also observed two-minute silence while paying tributes to Mahatma Gandhi at Sardar Patel Park situated in front of Mantralaya...

Three held for betting on Ind-NZ match

Piplani police have nabbed three gamblers from Manak Vihar on the charge of accepting bets on the India Vs New Zealand third T20 cricket match late in the night on Wednesday. Acting on a tip off regarding betting on the ongoing T20 cricket matches between India and New Zealand at Pramod Kumar Morolia’s house in Manak Vihar Anand Nagar police team raided the house and recovered Rs 12,200 cash and one LED TV set from his possession...

RMNH holds painting contest for underprivileged children

Regional Museum of Natural History, Bhopal (A Regional Centre of National Museum of Natural History, New Delhi) organised a Painting Competition for underprivileged children on Thursday. This competition was organised in two categories including class 3rd to 5th and class 6th to 8th...

Governor attends Beating Retreat Ceremony of Police

Beating Retreat Ceremony of Madhya Pradesh Police was organised at Motilal Nehru Stadium of State Capital on Wednesday. Governor Lalji Tandon was the chief guest of the event which was marked by melodious tunes presented by police band. Chief Secretary S R Mohanty, DGP V K Singh, Special DGP Vijay Yadav, Principal Secretary Home S N Misra, Special DG Selection KN Tiwari and other senior police officers were also present on this occasion...

Tepid response to Bandh call to oppose CAA, NRC

Bandh call given to protest Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and NRC received tepid response in Bhopal on Wednesday. It was mostly old Bhopal which had some effect of Bandh. Heavy police force remained deployed in vulnerable parts of city to ensure law and order. Bandh call, given nationwide by Bahujan Kranti Morcha, passed off peacefully, barring a couple of incidents of altercation between shopkeepers and supporters of Bandh...