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CM Chouhan congratulates Kailash Satyarthi on being conferred Nobel Prize
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has expressed happiness and congratulated Kailash Satyarthi on being conferred the prestigious Nobel Prize for Peace.
Students will not have to visit Bhopal for works related to RGPV
Students will not have to visit Bhopal for works related to Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya now. University is going to set up its zonal centres at 6 divisional headquarters including Indore, Jabalpur, Gwalior, Rewa, Sagar and Ujjain where RGPV-related works of students will be done within time limit.
Now, daily direct flight between Madhya Pradesh and UAE
Now, a daily direct flight will be available between Indore and UAE. For this, an MoU was signed in the presence of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan between Madhya Pradesh Government and Air Arabia here today.
CM Chouhan greets people on Ganesh Chaturthi
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has greeted state’s people on Ganesh Chaturthi. The Chief Minister said that Lord Ganesh inspires to do best and creative works in life. He is the deity of wisdom and prosperity.
Three Scindia School students, two employees arrested for abetment to suicide
Gwalior police on Tuesday arrested five people, including three students and two employees of Scindia School in connection with alleged suicide attempt by Bihar minister Jai Kumar Singh's son. Students were granted bail immediately after interrogation.
Mardaani goes tax free after Shivraj Singh Chouhan watches special screening
Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has announced to give tax-free status to actress Rani Mukherjee's latest film 'Mardaani'. He watched the movie at a multiplex on Sunday night along with his wife Sadhna.
Birthday turns into tragedy as youth, 2 friends die in accident
Birthday celebrations turned into a tragedy when three engineering students lost life in an accident around 2.30am in front of Inter State Bus Terminus (ISBT), here on Saturday. The three youths, who were returning home on a motorbike after having a dinner, were not wearing helmet.
In time of dengue, bins vomit filth
When dengue is spreading in Bhopal and problem of swine flue is looming large over the city, bins overflowing with garbage are also posing health threat. Monsoon is making conditions worse with all refuge flowing on roads and stagnant water providing ideal conditions for breeding of mosquitoes.
Capital witnesses 3 murders in 4 days despite tight vigil
Half naked body of a middle aged man stuffed in a sack was found in Jehangirabad area on Wednesday. It is the third murder that came to light in Bhopal in the past four days. This happened despite a tight vigil is being kept in the city in the view of the ongoing assembly session.
Short-fuse Morena: Woman set ablaze for objecting to assault on girl
A 20-year-old youth with help from his parents, allegedly set ablaze his aunt after she stopped him from beating her daughter in Morena district. The woman succumbed to injuries on Monday night.
Rain drenches Bhopal, Gwalior sizzles at 42 degrees
With parts of state already witnessing monsoon, there is more to come. Bhopal circle meteorological department officials said the region experienced rain between Saturday night and Sunday morning. Bhopal city too received good amount of rainfall on Sunday evening.
Naogaon, Gwalior sizzle, but silver lining is on the horizon
Day temperature remained unusually high at many places, making it probably hottest July month in the history of Madhya Pradesh. In Naogaon, maximum temperature was recorded at 44.1 degrees celsius while Gwalior sizzled at 43.2 degrees and Khajuraho recorded a maximum of 42.6 degrees celsius on Friday.
Van carrying school students overturns, 6 injured
Half a dozen school students, including a girl sustained injuries after an overloaded van carrying them overturned here on Thursday. The teenager, a minor, who was driving the vehicle, did not have a driving licence, police said.
Passport office to remain closed on November 15
Passport Seva Kendra will remain closed on November 15 on the occasion of Muharram.
Chief information commissioner appointment : MP HC sets
Coming down hard on the state government for its failure to appoint chief information commissioner (CIC) and also other information commissioners to assist him, MP high court has set September 20 as the deadline for a final explanation.
Asaram followers halt train, create ruckus
Supporters of self-styled godman Asaram stopped Amarkantak Express near Subhash Nagar railway crossing in the state capital and created ruckus for close to an hour on Thursday evening. Police later had to cane charge to disperse them.
Medics man stores for AIIMS perks
Top medics eye for a top job at AIIMS, which comes with its perks and prestige. But even as few make it, doctors of alternative medicine, have bagged their posts. And, all this through the back door. They are now manning the stores, which has nothing to do with super specialty healthcare.
Anita was harassed because of her good looks : Police
nita Sharma was a victim of harassment because of her good looks, said police on Sunday. "Anita was a good looking girl and a number of students including boy students, would interact with her. It probably did not go well with accused senior girl students who started harassing her for no reason," police officials said.
Dry run of low floor buses begins
Dry run of low floor buses began on Thursday with four Ac and four non-Ac buses, between 5.8 km Misrod and Bairagarh section at 7.30 am till 11 pm. It was conducted through 14 newly constructed bus stops in the section.
I-T dept top gun throws his weight behind his officers
The resentment brewing among officers of Indian Administrative Service (IAS) and Indian Revenue Service (IRS) over a raid carried out on the residence of senior officer Rajesh Rajora, that was quashed by Madhya Pradesh high court recently
Doctors Day celebrated
Doctors Day was celebrated at Kasturba Hospital BHEL, Bhopal on Monday in association with the Indian Medical Association (IMA). Dr. Sarla Menon, chief medical services, Kasturba Hospital, motivated IMA members to celebrate the programme.
CM Chouhan Visits Relief Camp at Rishikesh
The Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan visited the rescue and relief camp set up for pilgrims of Madhya Pradesh at Rishikesh in Uttarakhand this evening. He went round the camp and met the pilgrims from Madhya Pradesh and consoled them.
Special arrangements for pilgrim at Raja Bhoj Airport
The Airport Authority of India (AAI) has also made special arrangements for pilgrims of Madhya Pradesh reaching Bhopal by special planes at Raja Bhoj airport. Four flights have brought these pilgrims so far.
Lina Lamneilhing Chongloi from Manipur Won Miss Bharat 2013
Lina Lamneilhing Chongloi, a girl from Manipur Won the Title Miss Bharat-2013 Shyama Shree Sherpa, a girl from Sikkim won the title Miss Bharat World-2013, Prakoshini from Mumbai won the title Miss Bharat Earth-2013, Swatthi Mishra from Bhopal won the title Miss Bharat Asia-2013.
BIS invites applications for Rajiv Gandhi National Quality Award-2012
Bureau of Indian Standards under Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution, Govt. of India invites applications for Rajiv Gandhi National Quality Award for year 2012.
Bhopals Aadarsh Pvt. Ltd. acquires the licensing rights for Pookie in India
Aadarsh Pvt. Ltd., a one stop solution for all printing and publishing needs, is the Licensing Agent in India for Pookie. Recently the company has acquired the rights for this Russia based brand for all its merchandising.
Warm welcome to President Mukherjee at Raj Bhavan
President Pranab Mukherjee was welcomed by Governor Ram Naresh Yadav with a bouquet on his arrival at Raj Bhavan here today.
Tiger killers on the prowl as MP waits for a special protection force
Poachers have killed as many as 12 tigers in Madhya Pradesh in the last one year with a common modus operandi - electrocuting the endangered big cats with live electric wires.
Bicycle rally on World Environment Day
To mark the World Environment Day, the Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya is organizing various programmes on 5th June 2013.
BSSS college gets autonomous status
The Unversity Grants Commission (UGC) has granted autonomous status to the Bhopal School of Social Sciences (BSSS) college. BSSS has become the first private college in Bhopal to have got this status from academic year 2013-14.