A Bhartiya Janta Party worker allegedly attacked a Shiv Sena worker with a sword in Chhola Mandir area on Monday.
As expected in an election year, mayor Krishna Gaur presented a populist budget for 2013-14, putting no burden on the common. However, the most interesting budgetary 'provision' was her repeated references to Bairagarh area in her budget speech, firing speculation that she might be interested in contesting the state assembly elections from the area.
It seems that being economically constrained is a double blow for the critically ill swine flu patients in Bhopal. Despite the recurring outbreak of the deadly infection in the city over the last three years, government hospitals have not been able to set up adequate critical care infrastructure for the patients, forcing them to opt for expensive private treatment.
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.
The traumatic experience of a three-year-old rape victim who refused to be even touched by the doctors attending to her, at the JP District Hospital here, has highlighted the acute need for training of doctors dealing with such cases.
The man who leads the Congress party in Madhya Pradesh is too ‘invested’ in business dealings with those close to the very government and party he is supposed to fight in the assembly elections later this year.
Sensing a revenue generation opportunity in the increasing trend of film and TV serial shootings in the scenic locations of the state capital, the Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) has decided to impose fees on such shootings.
The presence of ex-Depalpur member of legislative assembly (MLA) Manoj Patel bolstered the morale of affected farmers as they remained unrelenting in their opposition to land acquisition during Monday’s hearing on a residential scheme proposed by MP Housing Board (MPHB) at Palakhedi.
Owners of several beauty parlours have complained to the Bhanwarkuan police that Kapil Tiwari, ‘journalist’ at a local television channel, had extorted money from them by threatening that he would broadcasting that they were into flesh trade.
The women helpline number- 1090 is getting popular in rural areas also as the most convenient way to lodge a complaint without interacting with the police.
The state government is not the only claimant of the property owned by IAS couple Arvind and Tinoo Joshi who are facing corruption charges.
After Jal Satyagraha (insistence on truth with water) and hunger strike, scores of striking adhyapaks (teachers having non-permanent jobs) in Shajapur district climbed on trees and raised slogans against the Madhya Pradesh government for not fulfilling its promises.
Raped at the age of 12 and ostracised by school authorities. This is the predicament of a tribal girl from Jhabua, who was barred from attending regular classes at her school and evicted from the hostel on grounds of allegedly 'vitiating the school's atmosphere'. Ritesh Mishra reports.
Export agreements worth Rs. 1,201 crore were signed between Madhya Pradesh’s entrepreneurs and foreign buyers in the three-day Reverse Buyer-Seller Meet MP Exportech which concluded in Bhopal on Sunday.
Police on Sunday busted a three-member gang that cheated citizens by diverting their attention and then escaping with their suitcase or other valuables.