A Dalit watchman was on Monday allegedly beaten to death in Madhya Pradesh’s Shivpuri district by a group of 13 people who had encroached upon a plot land allotted to him by the state government in 2002 read more
45 people have been rescued from Sultan Garh Waterfalls in Gwalior’s Shivpuri. These people were stranded after increase in water level due to a sudden release of water from a dam. A helicopter was used to locate the missing people. However, there is no confirmation of casualties. Earlier, 11 people were feared to be dead after being washed away by a violent current of water, near the same waterfall on Wednesday. The incident happened after dam released water leading to increased flow, gushing away everything in it’s path. Investigation in the case is underway. (HT Correspondent)read more
Congress MP Jyotiraditya Scindia moved a privilege motion against Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the state government, and Guna district collector, for not inviting him to the inauguration ceremony of a highway in his constituency on July ... read more
Construction workers labour at the Tori Siding on the Tori-Shivpur rail line, operated by Indian Railways and funded by Coal India Ltd., in Chandwa, Jharkhand. The 44 Km long Tori-Shivpur line is aimed primarily at coal evacuation from the Amrapali and Magadh coal mines of Latehar and Chatra districts of Jharkhand.
Karan Shivpuri, 25, is a stunt biker and once participated in MTV’s ‘Stuntmania’ show. He, however, could not pursue his passion professionally and ended up becoming a chain snatcher in Delhi read more
The victims revealed during investigation they were given sedatives before being sexually assaulted and whenever they complained to the woman about it, she would beat them up to silence them. read more
HT had reported on December 16 that a complaint to the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) brought to light an incident in Vinega village, under Chandanpura panchayat, in which local administration had branded Saharia tribals poor by writing on the... read more