There are some 75 white tigers in India, but all of them are in zoos.
JD(U) leader Sharad Yadav said a "comprehensive strategy" is being worked out to ensure Govt formation before the term of Prez Rule expires.
Starting from the northern entry point of the complex, the crumbling walls of the fort are still visible in some places. The three natural ponds and as many as 56 baodis come into view one by one.
THE REMAINING 20 municipal wards of Bhopal will be included in the category of gas-affected wards so as to offer relief to its residents for the Bhopal gas tragedy, Union HRD Minister Arjun Singh said here. Following the Bhopal gas tragedy, 36 out of the then 56 wards we-re declared as gas-affected.
ALLEGING that of Betul district administration is preparing for an unnecessary confrontation as regards the Shahid Kisan Smriti Sammelan at Multai on January 12, the Samajwadi Party state unit and the MP Kisan Sangharsh Samiti urged Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan to intervene in the matter.
THE STATE unit of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) will launch an agitation at the district-level across the State to protest the total failure of the State Government on all fronts including law and order, provision of basic infrastructure and corruption.
TAKING NOTE of the incidents involving fracas between BMC officials and corporators, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) today asked its corporators to behave.
ST MICHAEL?S Cricket Academy today entered the next round after defeating Basera Club in the All India Mayank Chaturvedi Memorial Cricket Tournament being organised at the Old Campion Grounds. Shahab Khan was declared HT Man of the Match.
DIRECTOR GENERAL, Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism, Achyutanand Mishra would be honoured with ?Yash Bharati Samman? for year 2005-06 of Uttar Pradesh government. The award carries an amount of Rs. five lakh and a citation. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav would present this honour at a function in Lucknow on January 16.
TEMPERATURES dropped across the State on Thursday with the minimum in State capital once again going down below the ten degrees mark and northern areas like Khajuraho and Sheopur Kalan recording as low as 5.0 degrees. The met office said that mercury would dip at least one to two degrees more in next one or two days, giving real shivers to the residents of State.
WOMEN?S WING of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) has demanded that self-defense and confidence-building courses be included in the school/college curriculum for girls so that they could be prepared to face challenges of violence against women.
ON THE second day of international conference on ?Wind Energy: Trends and Issues? (WETI-2006) at NITTTR, Bhopal, four technical papers were presented by various experts today.
AN ELOCUTION contest was organised on the second day of the ongoing Career Fair on Bittan Market grounds by Aadhar ? the Centre for Child Development, Career and Psychological Counselling.
DEATHS IN road accidents were more than those by terrorism, said Sub-Inspector (Traffic) Ashish Bhattacharya during a programme held to mark the Road Safety Week at St Michaels School on Saturday.
ABOUT 23000 km long rural roads would be constructed in the State under the Bharat Nirman project in coming three years. These roads would connect about 7000 villages.