The houses of a retired government officer and a retired professor were burgled on Sunday and Saturday respectively. Police have registered a case in both the incidents and started investigation.
Under the Mukhyamantri Kanyadan Yojana, weddings of 84 Muslim couples were solemnised in mass marriage ceremonies held in Bhopal at the Dussehra Ground, Karondh, and Bal Vihar, Bhopal Talkies, yesterday.
Bhopal Tata magic and minibuses owners are all set to start an agitation if the authorities go ahead with their proposal to allow only low-floor buses on the BRTS corridor and issue new route permits to Tata magic and minibuses.
The railway administration has changed the timing of some trains due to the monsoon. The monsoon time-table for trains passing through Bhopal rail division or west central railway (WCR) will be in effect from June 10 to October 31.
The Directorate of Census Operation Madhya Pradesh office will launch Madhya Pradesh’s final census data collected from Census 2011 on Monday at 12.30pm at the RCVP Noronha Academy of Administration.
Rehabilitation policy states each displaced farmer is to be allotted 5 acres of farmland.
Now death audit of every patient who dies in a government hospital would be carried out. The health department’s move will help to ascertain the cause of death of the patient. Another reason behind conducting the death audit is to monitor whether there was any negligence in treating the patient.
The son was unacceptable to family due to his drinking habit and homosexuality. His wife had left him and he didn’t pay attention to the family or business. He allegedly used to beat up his father. So he decided to finish him.
These days 27-year- old Ashok Chouhan is working to use moonlight to light up the houses in remote areas, where electricity supply remains erratic or mostly absent.
He is not your usual scientist. Son of a school gardener from Harsola village in Mhow tehsil of Indore district, Chouhan couldn’t pursue his passion, electronics, due to the poor financial condition of his family.
A couple allegedly forged a letterhead and used it to cheat half-a-dozen youths whom they charged money in lieu of promising them jobs. The fraud came to light when the victims realised that they had been tricked and reached the police.
Alleged pregnancy test of some tribal girls who turned up for their marriages under the Mukhyamantri Kanyadan Yojana at Hardu village in Betul district, about 175 kilometers south east of Bhopal, has caused a flutter in the administration. As many as nine of them who were found pregnant were prevented from taking part in the marriage ceremony.
When first pre-monsoon showers and thunderstorm hit Bhopal, JP Hospital, the district hospital of the state capital, also faced power cut for over two hours like residential and commercial areas. A day preceding that, a patient, who had already been given anaesthesia for surgery, remained in that state for over two hours as power supply went off.
An engineering student committed suicide at his rented accommodation in Piplani here day before yesterday night. The deceased, Shubham Kale, 23, was found hanging by the ceiling fan.
Solar energy project to come up in Neemuch
Acres and acres of barren land in Neemuch district of MP are steadily being transformed into rows of gleaming solar modules. Once the project gets completed, close to 1,000 acres of barren and rocky terrain will be transformed into the largest solar power generating hub in the country.
A teenaged girl was killed when a truck ran over her in Nazirabad day before yesterday night while another person was crushed to death in a separate mishap in Talaiya.