HindustanTimes Thu,23 Oct 2014


Every police station in MP to have woman constable: DGP

In order to effectively check crimes against women, a female constable will be posted in every police station of Madhya Pradesh, state director general of police Surendra Sinh said.

Proposed Indore Metro to have average speed of 35-40 km per hr

The Indore metro will be implemented in a phased manner and will be a flexi-network allowing operation at considerably below maximum capacity, said sources associated with the project.

Inebriated neighbour rapes infant in Madhya Pradesh

A two-year-old girl was allegedly raped by a neighbour in a village under Nalcha police station area of Dhar district, police said. The infant is undergoing treatment at MY Hospital in Indore.

MP: Lokayukta admits probe against 2 ministers, 17 IAS officers pending

The Lokayukta has admitted before the Madhya Pardesh high court that the inquiry into corruption charges against three politicians, including two serving ministers, and 17 IAS officers is still pending.

Perin Daji seeks public support for Hukumchand Mills ex-staff's dues

Perin Daji, wife of communist leader and former MP late Homi Daji, has appealed to residents, MLAs, MPs, political parties to unite and ensure that former workers of Hukumchand Mills get their dues.

Indore gets into Diwali mood, people flock to markets

Festive fever has gripped city as shops and commercial complexes appear jam packed with shoppers. From road side vendors to upscale malls, everything that Diwali festival demands is up for sale.

Indore: 21 villages under solid waste management plan

The cleanliness drive being initiated by the Union government under the flagship Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan has included 21 villages in Indore district where solid waste management projects will be implemented.

Indore: Pitahmpur auto testing track to be ready by 2016

Work for building the auto testing track in Pithampur will start soon and the tracks will be ready by 2016. One high speed and 13 small and medium auto testing tracks and auto testing labs will be built under NATRIP.

Indore, Bhopal metro systems may be automated, driverless

Proposed light metro systems in Indore and Bhopal are likely to be automated, driverless networks, sources associated with the project said. The consultancy firm is giving finishing touches to the DPR.

Mayor wields the broom during clean-up drive in Indore

Declaring that cleanliness efforts should take the form of a mass-based campaign, mayor Krishna Murari Moghe said sanitation-related issues could not be resolved without the cooperation of residents.

MP: Lokayukta cops find crores in raid at excise official's house

Lokayukta police unearthed unaccounted property worth Rs. 5 crore from a top excise official's residences. The raid was carried out at assistant excise commissioner Naval Singh Jamod’s Dhar and Indore residences.

MP: Home-bound Haj pilgrims to be screened for Ebola virus

Haj pilgrims returning after performing rituals in Saudi Arabia would have to go through Ebola screening test at airports in Bhopal and Indore. Names and details of suspected pilgrims would be noted down.

Indore: E-attendance order draws teachers’ ire

The protest against the education department's direction to teachers asking them to download 'e-attendance', an android application, for their attendance, is becoming louder.

Indore: Judges differ on allowing 4-wheelers in BRT corridor

The two judges of Indore bench of the high court, hearing the application of the administration asking for a ban on running of four wheelers in the BRT corridor, have come up with opposing judgements.

Indore: Airfares fly high ahead of Diwali

If you are planning to fly this Diwali, be prepared to spend more as airfares have shot up. A look at the airfares for October 22 for Indore-Delhi reveals that minimum fares are up by at least 30%.
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