Search for leopard in Lal Ghati area continues

FOUR days after sighting a leopard near Lal Ghati VIP guest house, the Forest Department continued search and patrolling in the area. The team continued patrolling around guest house on Sunday night too. Since the incident, guest house remains deserted. Employees tied up a goat in a cage during night hours and then they left. This has become a routine for guest house employees to tie up a goat during night hours and then release it in the morning...

JMC makes proper cleanliness arrangements on Eid-E-Milad-Un-Nabi

The Jabalpur Municipal Corporation (JMC) has made proper cleanliness arrangements on Eid-E-Milad-Un-Nabi in the city. Municipal Commissioner, Ashish Kumar along with senior officials visited muslim dominated areas of the city and took stock of cleanliness arrangements. He also held discussion with locals on cleanliness...

Normalcy returns on 2nd day of Ayodhya verdict

Residents continued their routine lifestyle on second day of Ayodhya verdict and any kind of untoward incident could not be reported throughout the district, on Sunday. Working at all the market places was continued and public places witnessed normal public movement...

New shooting range established for better facilities to cops

Here is a good news for shooters in Police Department to get advanced training facilities at newly developed shooting range of 6th Battalion of Special Armed Force (SAF). New shooting range has been established to provide better training facilities to policemen at Kashi village in Panagar near Ordnance Factory Khamaria...

Jabalpurians welcome Ayodhya verdict whole heartedly

Jabalpurians have whole heartedly welcomed the long awaited Ayodhya verdict. Amidst the high alert for security arrangements people from different communities applauded the Supreme Court’s verdict in Ayodhya case. It is a good sign for the authorities that the residents belongs to different communities exchanged greetings on Ayodhya verdict and not a single agitation or protest was reported throughout the day. On the other hand, District Administration and Police Department kept vigilant eye on every ..

CM reviews law and order situation, appeals people to maintain peace

Chief Minister Kamal Nath reached the police headquarters on Saturday and reviewed the law and order situation of Madhya Pradesh in a high-level meeting. Kamal Nath directed the police and administration officials to remain active and vigilant in work. The Chief Minister has appealed to the people of the State to honour the unanimous decision of the Supreme Court in the Ayodhya case and co-operate in maintaining peace in the State. GAD Minister and Bhopal district incharge Dr Govind Singh and Public ..

JMC officials ensure peace in city on Ayodhya verdict day

Jabalpur Municipal Corporation (JMC) has played a vital role in getting ensured peace and law and order situation in the city after Supreme Court’s verdict on Ayodhya issue. In view of the judgment, the JMC administration had cancelled holiday of all senior officials, on Saturday. The officials were asked to keep their mobiles on throughout the day. Following Municipal Commissioner Ashish Kumar's directions, senior officials have been keeping close eye over activities on public places like squares ..

Karatekas Vaibhav, Ashish to represent India in South Asian C’ship in Dhaka

 JABALPUR’S Vaibhav Jat and Ashish Chopde have been selected to represent Indian team in South Asian Karate Championship in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Both the players are being trained under the guidance of Karate Coach Ratan Gambhir at Sports Authority of India Jabalpur Training Centre. On their achievement, Madhya Pradesh Karate Association, President, Chandu Sarvate, Vice-President R S Tomar, Assistant Secretary, Vinay Yadav, Madhya Pradesh Olympic Association, President, Ramesh Mendola, General ..

Avoid provocative messages, rumors to ensure peace: Swaroopanand Saraswati

“Long-awaited verdict of the Supreme Court on Ayodhya issue will be delivered on Saturday. People of Hindu community are optimistic that the apex court’s order will pave the way for construction of temple at Ram Janmbhoomi in Ayodhya. People of Hindu and Muslim communities will welcome the decision but there is a need to check the act of notorious activists to maintain law and order situation in the country. Grand Ram Mandir will be constructed by the religious gurus with complete anusthan ..

Shivraj Chouhan, Rakesh Singh appeal to maintain peace

Ahead of Supreme Court verdict on Ayodhya land dispute case, former Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and BJP State President Rakesh Singh have appealed people of State not to take the verdict in the form of victory or loss and whatever verdict comes, it should be accepted with patience and calm mindset.Shivraj Singh Chouhan urged workers of all political parties, religious leaders and social workers that whatever verdict comes in Ayodhya land dispute case it should be accepted by all sections ..

Intl gang of poachers, wildlife

  By Ashish Rajput WILDLIFE Crime Control Bureau (WCCB), Central Region Jabalpur, in association with STF, CID Crime Branch Odisha, has busted an international gang of poachers and wildlife smugglers and arrested four accused, including one from Jharkhand and three in Odisha. The team seized leopard skin and elephant tusk from three accused at Bhawanipatna village, Kalahandi district in Odisha. A senior officer of WCCB Central Region disclosed that the seizure reveals that 90 per cent of ..

Rakesh Singh welcomes High Court’s order in MLA Prahlad Lodhi’s case

Says Lodhi’s Assembly membership is intact as of now, terms Speaker’s decision as immature State BJP President Rakesh Singh has said that after the stay given by Madhya Pradesh High Court in the case of BJP MLA from Pawai Prahlad Lodhi, it has been proved that decision taken by Assembly Speaker N P Prajapati to disqualify Lodhi from Assembly’s membership was immature and was result of political vengeance. Referring to Assembly Speaker’s decision to disqualify MLA Prahlad Lodhi a few days back, Rakesh ..

Jabalpur Zonal Cyber Cell’s major breakthrough

In a major breakthrough Jabalpur Zonal Cyber Cell has exposed one IMEI for over one lakhs mobile phones. Reportedly, every mobile set has one unique International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) that gives a special recognition to the mobile set. And to change the code is a serious punishable offence as the Union Government on August 25, 2017, had released a notification that any tampering to IMEI would be considered as a crime. IG Vivek Sharma and SP Amit Singh addressing a press conference on Thursday ..

Amount for treatment under Ayushman Yojana should be displayed: P C Sharma

Incharge Minister Dr Govind Singh chaired District Planning Committee meeting at Zila Panchayat office on Thursday. Minority Welfare Minister Arif Aqeel, Public Relations Minister P C Sharma, MP Pragya Thakur, MLA Arif Masood, Rameshwar Sharma, Vishwas Sarang, Krishna Gaur, Zila Panchayat Chairman Manmohan Nagar, Collector, Tarun Pithode, DIG Irshad Wali, District Planning Committee members and other officials were present in the meeting. Incharge Minister Dr Govind Singh said that work plan should ..

Over 5,135 patients avail benefits of Rahat-2 on first day

OVER 5,135 patients participated on the first day of eight-day Rahat-2, Rotary health camp. The health camp was inaugurated by lighting the traditional lamp at Mandla-based Mahatma Gandhi ground on Thursday. The ceremony was attended by Assembly Speaker N P Prajapati, Incharge Minister Tarun Bhanot, Member of Parliament Vivek Tankha, MLA Bichiya, Narayan Patta, MLA, Niwas, Dr Ashok Marskole, Divisional Commissioner, Rajesh Bahuguna, Municipal President, Poornima Shukla, Vice-President, Girish Chandnani, ..

Bina solar project will help Railways save crores

Moving a step closer to its dream project, Railways has set up a 1.7 megawatt solar power plant in Bina. The project was inaugurated on Wednesday. Apart from electricity bills, this project would have significant role in reduction of carbon dioxide from Bina city. Inauguration was done at the hands of Member of Parliament from Sagar Rajbahadur Singh and MLA Mahesh Rai. Divisional Railway Manager (DRM) Uday Borwanker and other dignitaries were also present on the occasion. In his address, DRM Borwanker ..

Ranchi-based astrologer held with 22 ‘hattha jodi’

In a major breakthrough by the Wildlife Crime Control Bureau, Central Region, Jabalpur, an accused was arrested with 22 ‘hattha jodi’ (penis of monitor lizard) on Tuesday from Ranchi city in Jharkhand state. In a bid to keep check on the illegal sale of wild animals and their body parts for nefarious activities, since last one month, the team of Wildlife Crime Control Bureau was keeping watch and finally nailed the accused, who is an astrologer by profession and based at Ranchi. His arrest is likely ..

Decision on Indore-Dubai flight soon

Chief Minister Kamal Nath called on Chairman and CEO of Emirates Airlines Group HH Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maqtoum and discussed starting Emirates flight for Indore-Dubai. Sheikh Maqtoum assured to take a decision in this regard soon. During this meeting at the airline headquarters, Chief Secretary S R Mohanty and other State officials were present...

Complete enquiry against panchayat secy early: HC

After hearing the matter challenging suspension from the post of Secretary of the Gram Panchayat, the single bench of the Madhya Pradesh High Court comprising Justice Subodh Abhyankar has issued directions to the disciplinary authority to complete the departmental enquiry at the earliest preferably within a period of four months after giving due opportunity of hearing to the petitioner. The respondents are also directed to furnish all the relevant documents to the petitioner within two weeks...

Alert loco pilot of Jabalpur-Rewa train averts major tragedy

ALERTNESS of loco pilot of 51701 Jabalpur-Rewa Shuttle passenger train averted a major tragedy on Tuesday morning. The spontaneous decision to press emergency brakes averted derailment of four coaches run over a rail fracture on track on Tuesday morning. The incident took place with 51701 Jabalpur-Rewa Shuttle between near Sihora between Nivar and Katni South stations. Sensation prevailed and passengers panicked as information of passing of the train from a fractured track spread amongst passengers ..

Super Speciality Hospital proving a boon for patients

Patients from Jabalpur, Seoni, Balaghat, Katni, Sagar, Damoh, Chhindwara, Shahdol and other neighbouring districts are receiving best quality treatment facilities in Super Speciality Hospital at Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Medical College and Hospital. Patients who were compelled to approach AIIMS Delhi and other states to avail better services for different serious ailments have found a better option in form of Super Speciality Hospital. Principal Secretary Shivshekhar Shukla informed that a total ..

Ayodhya case verdict: Collector asks officials to ensure strict vigil to maintain law and order

COLLECTOR Bharat Yadav has instructed all the Executive Magistrates and police officials in the district to maintain strict vigil on events, activities in the areas of their jurisdiction in view of forthcoming verdict of Apex Court on Ram Mandir case in order to maintain law and order. He was addressing a joint meeting of administrative officials and police officials at the Collectorate conference hall on Tuesday. The Collector asked the officials to maintain communication, co-ordination with each ..

BJP activists stage massive protest against alleged anti-farmer polices

Hundreds of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders, workers and farmers, on Monday took to streets and staged massive protest against alleged anti-farmer polices of the State Government under Kisan Akrosh Andolan. They conducted foot march and burnt the copies of erroneous electricity bills and Government advertisements at Ghantaghar. Former State President, Nandkumar Singh Chouhan led the protest. BJP leaders and workers also held heated exchange of words with Police personnel who used light cane charge ..

Chief Justice of MP High Court Ajay Kumar Mittal assumes charge

The 25th Chief Justice of the Madhya Pradesh High Court, Justice Ajay Kumar Mittal assumed the charge, on Monday. Earlier, a neat and graceful programme was organised in the South Block of the High Court. A number of Judges, senior office- bearers of Bar and Bench and Judicial officers welcomed the newly appointed CJ Justice Mittal. Speaking on the occasion, he said making MPHC one of the best High Courts of the country would be his priority...

EOW yet to receive complaint regarding plantation drive

A hurricane came into politics some days back when Forest Minister Umang Singhar claimed that massive irregularities have taken place in plantation drive carried out alongside of Narmada river in a single day during previous BJP regime. He said that along with other departments, Forest Department also took part in the drive. In the investigation done at his own level, he stumbled on various alleged irregularities in plantation work done by his own department and hence he is going to hand over case ..

11 school vans seized for using LPG kits

Major crack down against school van operators on Monday at Polipathar near a private management school by a joint team of Road Transport Officer and traffic police. As during the special check carried out 11 school vans were found operating with use of gas kit. The joint move was headed by RTO Santosh Pal along with DSP Traffic Mayank Singh. According to information it was panic like situation among school van operators at Polipathar when in a sudden crack down a joint team of RTO and Traffic police ..

Proposal to notify Ratapani as tiger reserve turned down

THE proposal of notifying Ratapani as Tiger Reserve is facing continuous encumbrance as re-drafted proposal could not be finalised for the third time. A committee was formed under CCF Bhopal to redraft the proposal in which revenue land is allegedly added. The committee was formed by Government headed by former CCF Bhopal S P Tiwari. The committee submitted its re-drafted report within a week but included a few areas of revenue land which created controversy...

‘Will bring prosperity in agriculture sector to make MP a developed State’

CHIEF Minister Kamal Nath said that we will make Madhya Pradesh a developed State by bringing prosperity in agriculture sector. The Chief Minister said that he does not make announcements instead make promises and fulfills it. After inaugurating 2nd Moniya Mahotsav in Bijawar Tehsil of Chhatarpur district on Sunday, Kamal Nath was addressing huge public gathering on the occasion. Chief Minister Kamal Nath said that 70 per cent of the population of our State depends on agriculture sector. Overall developmen..

Collector directs officials for early redressal of Tilhari people’s problems

Collector Bharat Yadav, on Saturday visited Tilhari and held discussion with oustees of Madan Mahal Hills. The district administration is rehabilitating the displaced families in Tilhari. During inspection, Collector Yadav gave needed directions to concerned senior officials and asked them to redress people's problem without any delay. He directed officials to complete the work of fixing streetlights early. He also asked officials to ensure proper supply of potable water to oustees families...

Akhil Bharatiya Berozgar Chhatra Sangathan members demonstrate at RDU campus

Opposing alleged careless working of administration of Rani Durgavati University (RDU), members of Akhil Bharatiya Berozgar Chhatra Sangathan staged protest at university campus on Saturday. The protest was staged with submitting memorandum addressing Vice Chancellor, RDU, Kapil Deo Mishra. Though the memorandum the organisation members have levelled allegations of irregularities in working of university administration...

Right to Health is a revolutionary initiative, says Governor Tandon

Governor Lalji Tandon has said that the Right to Health is a revolutionary initiative. Efforts must be made with realistic vision for its successful implementation. He said that there is a need to identify the reality of society and move ahead with new thinking. Tandon was addressing the concluding session of the Health Conclave at Minto Hall on Saturday. Public Health and Family Welfare Minister Tulsiram Silavat presented a Sankalp Udghoshana Patra to the Governor. Governor Tandon said that educated ..

Satpura Reserve welcomes four tiger cubs

There is good news for wildlife lovers as four new-born tiger cubs have been spotted in Satpura Tiger Reserve (STR). The cubs are about three months old. In camera trap, all the four cubs are looking healthy. STR Director S K Singh said that the four cubs are roaming along with the tigress. However, it is not possible to go closer to the cubs because of mother tigress but a team is continuously monitoring them. “We are happy to see the rising population of felines in our reserve area and all possible ..

Govt Deptts should work together for Right to Health: Silawat

On the second day of the two-day Right to Health Conclave, a high-level discussion on the effective implementation of health facilities and commitment was held in the presence of the members of the Cabinet Tulsiram Silawat, Dr Vijaylaxmi Sadho, Dr Prabhuram Chaudhary, Kamleshwar Patel, P C Sharma and Jaivardhan Singh. During the discussion, Public Health and Family Welfare Minister Tulsiram Silawat gave the information about the works undertaken so far for Right to Health. He said that for the effective ..

Woman found dead in Surai village

Sensation prevailed in Surai village when the body of a woman was found in a pool of blood under jurisdiction of Shahpura police station on Saturday morning. The woman named Radha Bai (40), a resident of Surai village, was brutally murdered with sharp-edged weapon by unidentified person in the intervening night of Friday and Saturday...

Police crack auto driver’s murder mystery

Police have solved the blind murder mystery of an auto-rickshaw driver and nabbed a woman and minor boy for killing the man. Man was killed with sharp-edged weapon by the minor boy on the contract given by woman following her illicit relation with the deceased. The accused has been identified as Geeta Chakrawarty (40), wife of Maddu Chakrawarty, a resident of Sharda Chowk in Garha. Police have seized a knife used for killing the man and cash of Rs 31,000 of Rs 35,000 given for contract killing...

Quality Month programme begins at BHEL

Quality Month was inaugurated at BHEL through video conferencing by Dr Nalin Shinghal, CMD, BHEL, along with Functional Directors Manoj Varma, S Balakrishnan, S Gupta, Anil Kapoor, and Kamlesh Das. During the programme Dr Shinghal administered the Quality Pledge through VC who also signed the New Quality Policy of the organisation and released it on the occasion. Shinghal, in his address, emphasised on improvement in all facets of quality so that the same is reflected in customers’ confidence...

Centre approves Technology Centre worth Rs 200 crore in Jabalpur

Jabalpur being one of the prime commercial centres of eastern Madhya Pradesh. In order to ensure availability of skilled human resources for MSME industries established in Jabalpur while complementing the atmosphere of self-employment orientation in the city, an initiative has been taken by Member of Parliament and State BJP President Rakesh Singh towards establishment of technology centre that will soon be a reality...

Foundation Day celebrated with fanfare

The 64th Foundation Day of Madhya Pradesh was celebrated with enthusiasm in the district, on Friday. Main Foundation Day programme was organised at Pt Ravi Shankar Shukla Stadium. State Finance Minister Tarun Bhanot unfurled the national flag and read out Chief Minister’s message to people of Madhya Pradesh. National anthem was also sung on the occasion...

Injured tiger cub’s leg amputated

SIX-MONTH-OLD tiger cub’s leg was amputated successfully at School of Wildlife Forensic and Health of Nanaji Deshmukh Veterinary Science University on Wednesday. The surgery continued for three hours by the team of experts. The cub is under observation at School of Wildlife Forensic and Health...

Congress leader Kantilal Bhuria sworn in as MLA

After securing victory in Jhabua by-poll, veteran Congress leader Kantilal Bhuria sworn in as Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA) by Vidhan Sabha Speaker N P Prajapati in Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha on Thursday. Chief Minister Kamal Nath, Vidhan Sabha Deputy Speaker Hina Kavre and other officials were also present during the programme. Bhuria has defeated BJP’s Bhanu Bhuria by over 27,000 votes in by-poll. In State Assembly, number of Congress members has raised from 114 to 115...

10 cities of MP, Gujarat selected for models of Narmada Rejuvenation Project

TEN cities of Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat have been selected for materialisation of models of Narmada Rejuvenation Project. Models will be implemented to improve forestry, agricultural and urban landscapes for Aviral Dhara (Continuous Flow) and Nirmal Dhara (Clean Water Flow) in river Narmada. Tropical Forest Research Institute (TFRI), Jabalpur, has been assigned as nodal agency for preparation of Detailed Project Report (DPR) for Narmada Rejuvenation through forestry intervention...

17-year-old girl gangraped by 2 at Kaliyasot dam

A 17-year-old girl was lured of outing by a woman of her locality who took victim to Kaliyasot dam in Chuna Bhatti area where she was gangraped by two youth in front of the woman on Wednesday, told police on Thursday. According to investigation officer SI Ashok Upadhyay, the victim girl lives with her family at Gehunkheada in Kolar area. In her complaint, she stated police that a woman named Manju, who lives in the same locality, lured her of outing and took her to Kaliyasot dam where accused Dileep ..

BJP submits signatures of 16.65 lakh people to Governor Tandon

A delegation of BJP leaders met Governor Lalji Tandon and presented the signatures of 16.55 lakh people done against indirect elections in local bodies and bifurcation of Bhopal Municipal Corporation on Wednesday. BJP delegation included Leader of Opposition Gopal Bhargava, former Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Mayor Alok Sharma, MP Pragya Singh Thakur, former minister Umashankar Gupta, Kailash Vijayvargiya, MLA Rameshwar Sharma, ex-Minister Narottam Mishra etc...

Honorarium of folk artists to be increased: Minister Patel

“Central Culture Ministry will conduct search for folk artists in remote areas throughout the country to provide them national platform through National Culture Festival. Folk artists are the true cultural heritage of the country to depict true colours of India. In order to encourage these artists, their honorarium will be increased from Rs 800 to Rs 2,000. Besides this, National Cultural Festival would be organised in small cities for better promotion of art and culture”, said Prahlad Singh Patel, ..

Central Govt should release relief amount of Rs 6621.28 crore: CM

Chief Minister Kamal Nath met Union Minister for Home Amit Shah in New Delhi on Monday. Kamal Nath informed him about the damage caused by the floods due to the excessive rainfall in many districts of the state. The Chief Minister asked the Union Home Minister for early release of relief amount of Rs. 6621.28 crore from the National Disaster Relief Fund for immediate help of the farmers and other affected people. In a memorandum submitted to the Union Home Minister, the Chief Minister Kamal Nath said ..

62% voting in Jhabua by-poll

The voting for Jhabua Assembly by-poll was held amid tight security arrangement on Monday. Overall voting passed off peacefully. By evening, voting percentage was reported to be 62 per cent. The voting percentage is slightly likely to go upwards. BJP candidate Bhanu Bhuria and Congress candidate Kantilal Bhuria reached their respective polling booths to cast their vote. Long queues were witnessed at polling booths during voting. Voters were excited to cast their precious vote. Voting started with ..

Illegal kiln of country liquor busted

Madhotal police busted illegal kiln of countrymade liquor and arrested three accused including two women in Nakshatra Nagar Phase-II. Police have seized 1,400 quarters and 10-litres country-made liquor amounting to Rs. 1.10 lakh from the spot. Arrested have been identified as Mohit Sonkar (32), resident of Bai Ka Bagicha, Khatik Mohalla in Belbagh, Ramvati Maravi (40) and Rajni Maravi (18), residents of Malara village in Tikaria, Mandla district. SHO of Madhotal police station, Anil Gupta informed ..

Unrecognised organisations putting youngsters’ sports career at stake

Mushrooming unrecognised sports organisations are putting the sports career of youngsters at stake due to absence of any regulation on sports associations in the country. Fake sports organisations are attracting teenagers in the name their participation in the state and national competitions. Players of unrecognised sport events satisfied themselves and their parents by participating in national and international competitions but could not get any recognition of their achievements. Irony is the fact ..

Man involved in illegal trade of firearms held

A combine team of Crime Branch and Lordganj police nabbed an accused involved in illegal trade of firearms and seized a country-made pistol, a revolver and two live cartridges from him. The accused has been identified as Vipnesh Yadav (23), a resident of Nibaura village in Tendukhera, Damoh district. According to Lordganj police, during a special campaign against anti-social elements, Crime Branch received information about a man involved in illegal trade of fire arms...

Forest Deptt sounds alert as 3 tigers active in Kerwa to Kaliyasot region

CONCERNED over safety of people, Forest Department raised an alert on Sunday as three tigers are active from Kerwa to Kaliyasot region. Movement of three tigers is being recorded continuously in the same area. The Forest Department has placed special cameras to trap the location of tigers but their location could not be traced. However, the pugmark has proved presence of three tigers in the same area. Forest Ranger from Samardha A K Jhawar, said “Male cub of tigress T-121 is now adult and he is strong ..

Efforts on to start night safari at Van Vihar National Park

IN AN effort to start night safari at Van Vihar National Park, a proposal has been sent to the Government with revised rules and entry guidelines for tourists. To introduce night safari in the park it will be mandatory to revise entry and exit guidelines for visitors. The Forest Department has started preparations for night safari on the recommendation of State Forest Minister Umang Singar. After getting final nod of the Government on proposal, Forest Department will make a detailed rule of the safari ..

BJP, Congress rope in stalwarts on last day of campaigning in Jhabua

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Congress roped in stalwart leaders into the last day of canvassing for Jhabua Assembly by-poll on Saturday. Chief Minister Kamal Nath held rally in support of Congress candidate Kantilal Bhuria. Ex-CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan, BJP State President Rakesh Singh held public meetings and roadshow to seek vote for party candidate Bhanu Bhuria. From morning till dusk, leaders of both the parties remained busy in campaigning in support of their respective candidates. Chief ..

13-yr-old girl killed by wild animal in Jhangul village of Kanha Reserve

IN A tragic incident, a 13-year-old girl was killed by a tiger in Jhangul village of Kanha Tiger Reserve. The Forest Department is yet to confirm the incident as no evidence of tiger attack was found on the spot. The body was dragged by a wild animal for about two kilometres in the forest area from the spot of attack. The incident led to agitation by villagers as a large number of villagers attacked the forest team by pelting stones. A forest employee sustained severe injuries while several other ..

Contract worker of MP Power Company critically injured after falling from tree

A contract worker of Madhya Pradesh Poorva Kshetra Vidyut Vitran Company was critically injured after felling from 15-feet high tree near Krishi Upaj Mandi area, on Saturday. The contract worker named Abhishek Vishwakarma was assigned by Vijay Nagar Division’s Assistant Engineer for trimming of branch of a tree during maintenance work of 11 KV line. Abhishek climbed upon a tree without any safety measures and fell down from 15-feet height...

Central Office Jabalpur team secures third position in Inter Region Power Swimming

Central Office Jabalpur team secured third position in recently held 42nd Inter Region Power Swimming Competition in Indore Area. The competition was organised under the auspices of Madhya Pradesh Paschim Kshetra Vidyut Vitran Company Limited. On the achievement, Madhya Pradesh Power Management Company, Chief General Manager and Central Sports and Arts Council, General Secretary, MP Chincholkar, Secretary (Sports), ..

Drive to check spread of dengue, malaria continues, erring people penalised

Continuing the drive to check possible spread of diseases like dengue and malaria, the special team, on Friday conducted surprises inspection at a number of schools, hostels, private clinics, government offices and residences under the joint drive of District Administration and Jabalpur Municipal Corporation. The team members issued challan against erring people and realise fine.  It may be noted that special teams comprising senior administrative officials, officials of JMC, District Hospital ..

JNAU organises welcome ceremony of new entrants

Agriculture science that is getting modern-life with every passing day the advance farming equipments have important role. In prevailing system of farming after Robotics the farm works are being carried out with Drones. Following this the need and responsibility of the Agriculture Engineers rises many folds. In future the farming would pass through various technologies, said, Professor, P K Bisen, Vice Chancellor, Jawaharlal Nehru Agriculture University (JNAU) while addressing new entrant students ..

Abrogation of Article 370 has brought peace, development in Valley: Pachpore

Abrogation of Article 370 and 35-A from Jammu and Kashmir by the BJP Government in the Centre under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has proved a positive step. The decision has brought peace in the Valley as well as controlled terrorist activities to a great extent. The decision also opened new avenues of development for people of Kashmir and Kashmiriyat. Muslim Rashtriya Manch has been demanding to abolish Article 370 as it had become a shield for the anti-national forces. Guest ..

13th Vigyan Manthan Yatra to conclude on Oct 20

Under Madhya Pradesh Excellence Mission programme, Madhya Pradesh Council of Science and Technology Bhopal will conclude its 13th Vigyan Manthan Yatra on October 20, Sunday at 3 pm at Minto Hall. The ceremony will be graced by the chief guest of the occasion Science and Technology Minister Umashankar Gupta.  The programme will be presided over by Council General Director Dr RK Arya. “Vigyan Manthan Yatra” witnessed participation of 572 students from class VIII to XII across ..

CM inaugurates Madhya Pradesh Pavilion in Indore

Chief Minister Kamal Nath inaugurated the ‘Madhya Pradesh Pavilion’ built by the Department of Public Relations in the premises of the Brilliant Convention Centre at Magnificent MP Summit-2019 in Indore on Thursday. On this occasion, Health Minister Tulsiram Silavat, Public Works Minister Sajjan Singh Verma, Chief Secretary S R Mohanty, Principal Secretary Ashok Varnwal, Rajesh Rajaura, Divisional Commissioner Akash Tripathi and several public representatives and officials were present...

CM deliberates with representatives of Pithampur Industrial Association

Chief Minister Kamal Nath has said that whatever the problems and suggestions of the Pithampur Industrial Area are Government has already initiated action on 80 per cent of them. He said that the Government is aware that a conducive environment for the industry should be made and they should not face problems in their work. On the eve of the ‘Magnificent Madhya Pradesh’ Summit, Kamal Nath was holding discussions with the representatives of the Pithampur Industrial Association at the Brilliant Convention ..

Indira Grah Jyoti Scheme proves a ray of hope for power consumers

THE ambitious and popular scheme of Madhya Pradesh Government Indira Grah Jyoti Scheme has brought back smiles on faces of consumers as they got bill worth Rs 100 only. Consumers whose power consumption was less than 150 units heaved a sigh of relief as Rs 100 electricity bill was issued to them. Under Madhya Pradesh Eastern Region Power Distribution Company Limited (MPERPDCL) 21 districts’ 44,16,786 domestic consumers’ September month’s billing was done out of which 38,43,159 consumers were found ..

Hum Foundation’s district executive team declared

A special meeting of national charity and Hum foundation was organised wherein district executive was declared. National President of organisation Nishikant Choudhary, National Patron Dr Vidhyadhar Matele, State General Secretary Kishore Agrawal were also present on the occasion. Former President of Madhya Pradesh High Court Bar Association, former Rotary governor senior Advocate Umakant Sharma as state patron, State President Dr Anup Tiwari, Vice President Dr Ravi Nema, Organising Secretary Hemant ..

Over 2.36 lakh people deprived of ration due to delay in supply of PoS machines

Due to careless working and apathy of the Government machinery over 2.36 lakh families are deprived of monthly ration supply. Ration card beneficiaries are deprived of monthly ration under public distribution system (PDS) during festive season in rural areas of the district. Total 995 fair price shops (ration shops) are available for public distribution process. Food, Civil Supply and Consumer Protection Secretariat recently blacklisted a firm M/s DSK Digital for supplying Point of Sale (PoS) machines ..

Dream re-opening for tourists at Panna

There is good news for wildlife lovers as Panna Tiger Reserves re-opens after monsoon break on Wednesday. Most interesting part of re-opening was that tourists spotted two different tigresses with two cubs on the very first day. The two tigresses have given birth to the cubs during monsoon and both of them are looking healthy. The cubs are learning to kill prey and setting up areas in Panna jungle with the mother tigress. Due to prolonged monsoon, PTR was not reopened for the tourists on October 1. ..

18 litres of illegal liquor stock seized during raid at 2 houses

Continuing the special campaign, District Excise Department raided two houses and seized 18 litres of illegal stock of country liquor, 500 kg raw material and 60 quarters of country liquor in Andheri Bagh and Katra Mohalla, on Wednesday. District Excise Department has registered nine separate cases and arrested seven women including Rajkumari Bai, Sheela Bai, Sunita Bai, Munni Bai and Meera Bai in Andheri Bagh and Anusuiya Bai and Kushumlata Bai in Katra Mohalla...

Nirbhaya Women Achievers Award to be given on Oct 20

Nirbhaya Women Achievers Award will be presented on October 20 to felicitate women voluntary groups who are working effectively for the welfare of downtrodden women in city. The main objective of the event is to felicitate women group which are working for the betterment of women in city. Giving information about the event, organiser Samar Khan said that this time main focus is given on women group achievers who have made difference in lives of women from marginalized community. There will be an ..

Cultural extravaganza leaves long-lasting memories

Cultural extravaganza leaves long-lasting memories..

Collector, SP pay tributes to Ashish Lal; assure complete support to bereaved kin

Collector Bharat Yadav (IAS) and Superintendent of Police Amit Singh (IPS) paid floral tributes to Ashish Lal at Bilahri graveyard on Tuesday. Senior officers consoled the bereaved family members and assured them to provide necessary assistance. Collector Yadav termed the untimely demise of national hockey player Ashish and three other players a big loss for entire sports fraternity...

Kisan Mela witnessing huge turnout of farmers

  Staff Reporter :   ongoing three-day Kisan Mela being organised under Rashtriya Krishi Udai-2019 at Jawaharlal Nehru Agriculture University (JNAU) stadium witnessed huge turnout of farmers from different parts of the region. In the Kisan Mela, farmers from different centres of the division are attending to gather information about latest agriculture advances, equipment and other agriculture accessories.   A Kisan Sangoshthi is also being organised. Experts from different ..