SHORT TAKES | Upadhyay promoted
THE STATE Government today issued orders for promoting 1981 batch officer, M M Upadhyay to the rank of Principal Secretary. Posted as Secretary, Public Health and Family Welfare, Upadhyay has been promoted as Principal Secretary in the same department.india Updated: Jan 07, 2006 17:53 IST
THE STATE Government today issued orders for promoting 1981 batch officer, M M Upadhyay to the rank of Principal Secretary. Posted as Secretary, Public Health and Family Welfare, Upadhyay has been promoted as Principal Secretary in the same department. HTC
Mishap claims constable’s life
A POLICE constable was killed, when a motorcycle he was riding, was hit by a truck in Pachor in Rajgarh district on Thursday. Constable Mangilal was hit by the truck and injured seriously near new bus stand in Pachor. He succumbed to injuries while being taken to Indore for treatment. Mangilal was posted at Talen police station. Police registered a case against truck driver Saleem Khan. Agencies
Two policemen killed
TWO COPS died and two others injured in a collision between a truck and a police vehicle near Bada Malhera, 80 kms from Tikamgarh district headquarters. SP R K Shivhare said Lidhoura station in-charge Vinod Choubey had gone out to Heerapur in Chhatarpur district on Thursday with a police team.
When they were returning a truck hit their vehicle near Bada Malhera village on the Chhatarpur-Tikamgarh border at around 11 pm killing Choubey and Constable Raghavendra Singh on the spot. Agencies
Three injured in shoot-out
THREE PERSONS, including a sarpanch, were injured in a shoot-out following a dispute between two groups over distribution of kerosene in Gyarsavad village, about 35 km from here, police said today. The two groups were at loggerheads over distribution of kerosene in the area for a long time and the shooting took place as the dispute intensified, sub-divisional officer of police, Rupesh Dwivedi said.
Gyarsavad sarpanch Deviram Meena was admitted to a hospital in Bhopal in a critical condition, while his associates Mubarak Khan and Bhagwan Singh were undergoing treatment here, he added. Agencies
THE MADHYA Pradesh Assembly was on Friday adjourned sine die at the conclusion of its winter session that began on December 23. The session comprised a total of six sittings and witnessed the passage of ten bills including the supplementary budget. It witnessed a total of 2,273 questions, including 1,376 starred ones. Of 454 call attention notices, 121 were presented. Five sittings were cancelled unanimously. UNI
First Published: Jan 07, 2006 17:53 IST