Jaivardhan Singh is in the thick of political action seeking election from the family bastion of the Raghogarh.
A look at the poll manifestos of the prominent political parties of the state in the last elections and the work done by them, suggests otherwise.
If you have some savings to invest and with the stock market not the best place to be in, the housing sector may not be a bad bet.
Even as chief election commissioner (CEC) and election commissioners asked administrative and police officials to weightily enforce the model code of conduct during upcoming elections in the state, the officials forgot to enforce the transport department’s code on themselves.
The state forest department may reject the idea of using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to monitor tiger populations at the Panna tiger reserve as the device does not seem to be serving the requirement of the department.
With the rollout of the food security ordinance in Madhya Pradesh from October 1, the government would end up saving about Rs 840 crore which it is presently spending in running the subsidized food programmes.
MP government will file an application in National Green Tribunal (NGT) next week to inform it about the amendment made in MP minor mineral rules, 1996 which enables sand mining in area less than 5 hectares without approval of the State Environment Impact Assessment Authority (SEIAA).
The plan perhaps is to inform voters in MP about Modi’s achievements as an administrator and how he could replicate the success at the national level.
The software, designed and sourced from the Pune-based Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC), would contain keywords that would enable detection of paid news and cases of violation of model code of conduct.
Even as the UPA coordination committee cleared the creation of a separate Telangana state on Tuesday, the demand for a separate Bundelkhand state doesn’t seem to be enthusing the leadership of either of the prominent political parties in Madhya Pradesh.
Expediting dashes off letter; Centre forms panel to oversee big cats’ transfer.
In order to ensure free and fair elections in the left-wing extremism (LFE) affected districts in the state, the Election Commission of India (ECI) has devised an elaborate strategy aimed at minimising the impact of LFE on voting.
Farmers facing largescale destruction of crops by wild boar and blue bull are being given ‘innovative’ reasons for rejection of their applications for permission to shoot these animals, which is allowed under law in the state.
Perturbed over the rise in the number of wildlife mortalities due to electrocution, the Madhya Pradesh Forest Department has demanded that only underground electricity cables be allowed to pass through forest land.
The state forest department has decided to not carry out transfers in compliance with the Election Commission of India ( ECI) directive.
The general administration department (GAD)’s decision to call for names from Madhya Pradesh government departments after a lag of a year for selection to the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) has stirred aspirants into action.
Availability of teaching staff of higher education department for election duty in the future could be under a cloud unless a matter arising out of a petition filed in the high court seeking exemption from election duty is resolved by the state government and the Election Commission of India ( ECI).
Madhya Pradesh can expect a big jump in wildlife tourism, as Palpur Kuno, set to get lions from Gir, would be the only habitat in the world to have three big cats, the lion, the tiger and the panther in one habitat. Rahul Noronha reports.
Visiting prominent tiger reserves of Madhya Pradesh has become next to impossible with entry tickets to the reserves being completely "sold out" till June. HT found out that the non-availability of entry tickets is not due to the rush of genuine tourists, but because of prominent hotels and lodges blocking tickets.
As many as 338 sportspersons, many of them national and international level players, have been awarded punishment for use of drugs by the anti-doping disciplinary panel in the last three years. Of these, 32 are women.