Some unidentified miscreants looted a bag containing Rs 20 lakh in broad daylight by smashing the window glass of a car parked outside a bank in Dewas on Tuesday.
When the Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board scam first broke, it was a racket of candidates doling out money to touts for a seat in a medical or engineering college or a job in a government department.
After the May 4 Panna road accident shocker, which left 21 dead and dozens injured, the Madhya Pradesh Transport Department has decided to go tough on bus operators caught flouting rules and regulations and increase penalty by 10 times
Monday afternoon brought cheers for thousands of anxious class 12 students, their parents and teachers as the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) finally declared its class 12 results.
A man was mauled by a tiger in the outskirts of the MP's Pench Tiger Reserve on Monday morning.
The Congress on Monday accused the Bharatiya Janata Party of pressurizing the army administration at Mhow to withhold permission for party vice-president Rahul Gandhi's public meeting in the town on June 2.
Former Indian Ambassador to United Nations, Narendra P Jain joined talks about Indian foreign policy as the BJP government completes one-year at the centre. Read excerpts of the interview.
Acclaimed photographer 25-year-old Anshul Mehrotra has made Indore proud yet again by getting selected for a photography competition organised by the European Union.
He is the biggest challenge for Indore police and their ‘goonda drive’. The police are desperately searching for him for the last couple of months and have conducted dozens of raids, but every time he manages to give them the slip.
When it comes to snooping on children, Indore parents have left folks in other states miles behind, a recent survey by the Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) states.
The MP government on Saturday directed all colleges and universities of the state to make their campuses tobacco-free from May 31, the World Anti-Tobacco Day.
As soon as 75-odd farmers suspended their jal satyagraha (agitation), more than two dozen ambulances reached Ghogalgaon village in Khandwa to treat them.
Many pharmaceutical companies in special economic zone (SEZ), Pithampur have slashed their production due to acute shortage of water.
The Ratlam collector and the superintendent of police were surprise guests at a dalit marriage procession in Nigrun where a dalit groom was allegedly attacked by upper caste people who disliked his riding a horse to the bride’s place on May 10.
Sullakhedi, a dusty village near Indore which is home to several soybean farmers, is eagerly awaiting the onset of monsoon to plant the oilseed, which is now trading at Rs3,900 per quintal in the wholesale mandis, almost Rs1,200 per quintal more than the government price.