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Thursday May 26, 2016
27 top leaders including union ministers will visit MP to celebrate Modi's two years     Commissioner proposes, Principal Secretary dispose     Losing Ghoradongri will create trouble for Arun Yadav     UK to help Indore in design, planning of Smart City project     Pension hike for pre-2006 retiree babus     Congratulating Jayalalithaa may cost dear to Sibi Chakravarti     Youths from Gwalior, Satna scale Mount Everest     WWF plans to translocate tigers from Panna Reserve to 3 countries     Tourism development sector taken to pinnacle in MP     College students will get smartphones soon     MP farmers request PM Modi to focus on Grow In India     MP Officer makes sarcastic comments on Modi government     Pension hike for pre-2006 retiree babus     Congratulating Jayalalithaa may cost dear to Sibi Chakravart     MP farmers request PM Modi to focus on Grow In India     MP farmers request PM Modi to focus on Grow In India     MP farmers request PM Modi to focus on Grow In India     MP Officer makes sarcastic comments on Modi government     MP Officer makes sarcastic comments on Modi government     Arun Yadav may face trouble after Ghoradongri elections     Congratulating Jayalalithaa may cost dear to Sibi Chakravart     Alok Sagar, who taught Raghuraman is now Helping Tribals of Madhya Pradesh     Alok Sagar, who taught Raghuraman is now Helping Tribals of Madhya Pradesh     Arun Yadav may face trouble after Ghoradongri elections     Arun Yadav may face trouble after Ghoradongri elections     Commissioner proposes, Principal Secretary disposes     Commissioner proposes, Principal Secretary disposes     Pension hike for pre-2006 retiree babus     College students will get smartphones soon        

MP farmers requests PM Modi to focus on Grow In India

A group of artists and farmers came together in Madhya Pradesh's Paradsinga village to create a massive crop art which has a message for Prime Minister Narendra Modi: Encourage youth to become farmers and launch 'Grow in India' on the lines of 'Make in India'.

Immense potential to work jointly in green energy sector: US Ambassador

Richard Verma held discussions on issues like economic investment, women's empowerment and religious freedom in Madhya Pradesh. The Chief Minister welcomed Verma and members of embassy accompanying him.

Compensation for death due to animal attack hiked to Rs 4 lakh

Consequent to the announcement by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan's announcement, the state government has increased compensation against loss of life due to attack bywild animals from Rs 1.50 lakh to Rs 4 lakh.

MP Officer makes sarcastic comments on Modi government

After Narsinghpur Collector, now Barwani collector, Ajay Gangwar is in news for wrong reasons. In his post on his facebook page, Gangwar He has made sarcastic comments on the present NDA government. He mentioned that Gandhi family should apologize to the nation for promoting scientists like Bhabha and ignoring people like Aasaram and Ramdev.

Congratulating Jayalalithaa may cost dear to Sibi Chakravart

Annoyed over the act of Collector, Narsinghpur, state government is all set to issue a show cause notice to Sibi Chakravarti

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Richard Verma held discussions on issues like economic investment, women's empowerment and religious freedom in Madhya Pradesh. The Chief Minister welcomed Verma and members of embassy accompanying him.
Special
A group of artists and farmers came together in Madhya Pradesh's Paradsinga village to create a massive crop art which has a message for Prime Minister Narendra Modi: Encourage youth to become farmers and launch 'Grow in India' on the lines of 'Make in India'.
Politics
The state Congress, which is passing through tough times across the country, is not well-placed in the Ghoradongri bye-polls. Though Congress state president Arun Yadav is working hard but the BJP, it seems, has an upper hand. Another defeate of Congress would give oppurtunity to the detractors of Yadav, who are demanding his removal.
Tourism
Madhya Pradesh Department of Sports and Youth Welfare department staffer and an avid mountaineer from Gwalior, Bhagwan Singh along with Satna lad Ratnesh Pandey created history by scaling the world’s highest peak Mount Everest.
Business
Second Peshwai of century\'s second Simhastha was taken out from Padao at Neelganga in Ujjain today. It was an occasion of joy and fervour for entire Ujjain city. People thronged to seek blessing...
Sports
The first school for Muslim girls was opened at Bhopal called Sultania School. This was informed at a workshop on Muslim children\'s right to education inaugurated by Minister of State for Higher and ...
Bureaucracy
After Narsinghpur Collector, now Barwani collector, Ajay Gangwar is in news for wrong reasons. In his post on his facebook page, Gangwar He has made sarcastic comments on the present NDA government. He mentioned that Gandhi family should apologize to the nation for promoting scientists like Bhabha and ignoring people like Aasaram and Ramdev.
Crime
Home and Jail Minister Babulal Gaur has directed for CID investigation into suspicious role of police officers in embezzlement of funds at Dabhaura branch of Rewa District Cooperative Bank. Gaur ...
Education
Finally Madhya Pradesh Government is all set to disburse smart phones to college going students, a promise made by the BJP in its election manifesto. During firsts phase 1.5 lakh students would get Lava smarphones. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan would start proess of distribution in next fortnight.
Entertainment
The state government has exempted film Piku directed by Shujit kumar. After issuance of notification, film Piku will remain entertainment tax-free from May 25.Notification in this regard has...
Feature
Days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his British counterpart David Cameron inked an agreement for supporting India’s Smart City Mission, the Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) said that the United Kingdom would help Indore in planning and designing of the Smart City project besides providing it technical assistance.
General
Consequent to the announcement by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan's announcement, the state government has increased compensation against loss of life due to attack bywild animals from Rs 1.50 lakh to Rs 4 lakh.