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Pratima nominated to Women?s Commission

PRATIMA NARAD, wife of army officer (late) Col Sushil Kumar Narad, has been nominated as the member of the core group of State Women?s Commission Indore chapter.

india Updated: Apr 29, 2006 00:34 IST

PRATIMA NARAD, wife of army officer (late) Col Sushil Kumar Narad, has been nominated as the member of the core group of State Women’s Commission Indore chapter.

She has been an active worker in this field for the last many years and also a member of the women’s commission network. Residing at Simrole Road, Mhow, she has been associated with the WAMA Women’s Club as secretary, member of the Red Cross Society, member of the Gyanodaya School (a school run to give free education to the poor children living in slum areas) and also a member of the public participation committee of the Government PG College, Mhow.

Her husband Col Narad served the Indian Army in the Corps of Signals and her son Lt Col Munish Narad is also an officer of the Corps of Signals and presently posted in Delhi. Her brother Harish Trivedi is a retired IPS officer who retired as IG (police) in the State.   

Election office invites objections
THE ELECTION office in Mhow has invited objections and appeals if any on the electoral lists from May 5 to 23 for the legislative electorate no 179 (Mhow).

SDM John Kingsley, in a statement issued here, said that the Election Commission officials would be present at the respective election booths from 10.30 am to 5.30 pm on all these days.

If anybody doesn’t find his name in the list, he will have to fill up the required form given by the officials along with the necessary supporting certificates. Also, those who have attained the age of 18 on or before January 1, 2006, will also have to fill up the form to get their names added in the electoral lists.

Sarpanchs nominated as Janpad members
AS PART of the policy of the State Government, some sarpanchs have been nominated as Janpad members through lottery system. Mhow CEO Janpad Panchayat Deepak Rai said that Mhow SDM, who is also the election officer, nominated 14 members for the Mhow Janpad Panchayat after taking their names by lottery system. These members have been nominated for a one-year term.

In the SC women’s quota, Awalay sarpanch Nadanbai, Harniyakhedi sarpanch Ramobai and Bercha Sarpanch Sumanbai have been nominated. Kamadpur Sarpanch Ramesh Mangilal, Banjari sarpanch Sardar Singh, Bhicholi sarpanch Hari Singh and Simrole sarpanch Ramjilal have been nominated in general quota.

In the backward classes, Kalikirai sarpanch Pramod Pal, Bai sarpanch Pushpa Jaiswal and Seeatpat sarpanch Sitabai Chowdhry have been nominated. Others, who have been nominated, are Khurda sarpanch Chaganlal, Chapariya sarpanch Champalal and Dartoda sarpanch.  Mhow Janpad Panchayat president Sarjubai, vice-president Dinesh Gurjar and other members were also present on the occasion

Two arrested for theft
MHOW POLICE today arrested two thieves and recovered household goods worth more than Rs 2 lakhs from them. Mhow TI Harish Sharma said that two persons Suraj (22 years), resident of Harniyakhedi and Ravi (19 years), resident of Lalji Ki Basti, Mhow, were roaming near the railway crossing on Simrole road in suspicious manner when head constable Balbir Singh noticed them.

When asked to reveal their identity, they started running. But they were finally caught. During interrogation, they revealed about the theft they had

committed at a number of places in Yadav Mohalla, Sarwan Mohalla and Telikheda. The police also recovered television sets, tape recorders, stereo systems, LPG cylinders, gold and silver ornaments and other small household items. Mhow police produced them in the Mhow court yesterday and asked for a two-day remand, which was granted by the court.