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CM chopper’s Emergency landing report sent to DGCA

Divya Bakshi, Reporter, Bhopal On Monday, A details on the enquiry made into the emergency landing of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s helicopter was sent to Delhi. State administration has sent the report to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) in New Delhi. On Sunday, CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Home Minister Uma Shankar Gupta had a constricted flee when a door ...

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Government should decide the Army Chief’s rehabilitation: HC

Divya Bakshi, Reporter, Bhopal On 16th April 2012, The Madhya Pradesh High Court dismissed a Public Interest (PIL) looking for direction to the Union government against any post-retirement treatment of Army Chief General VK Singh. Son of an army officer and occupant of the Bhopal CK Naswa has moved the PIL before the principal bench of the court in Jabalpur on the grounds that the ...

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Murdering Pardhi couple, CBI detained six persons

Divya Bakshi, Reporter, Bhopal On 16th April 2012,CBI detained six persons involved in the 2007 murdering of a couple belonging to the Pardhi community. The accused Karu Narwal, Doma Lohar, Jeevan, Gajju and Ramesh were presented before the Jabalpur bench of High Court. The special CBI judge remanded them to seven days police remand. In 2009, the high court has ordered a CBI ...

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Rajasthan police whipped a woman inside the Chhindwara police station

Divya Bakshi, Reporter Bhopal On Sunday, A team of Rajasthan police supposedly whip a woman inside a police station in Chhindwara district. The police team has come with a investigative warrant for the woman after her husband, who sleeted from Nimbada district of Rajasthan, complained that she was in illegal imprisonment of a professor in Chhindwara. When the police team reached the police ...

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UN registered MP farmer’s irrigation perform amongst world’s top

Divya Bakshi, Reporter, Bhopal The United Nations (UN) has chosen Bhagirath Krishak Abhiyan in Devas district as one of the three best pioneering agricultural practices in the world for irrigation. The campaign has been chosen for UN Water Best Practices Awards. The proposal was taken by the Devas Collector Umakant Umraon. The farmers of Devas have formed 8,000 ponds and small water ...

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Constrict flee for CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan

By: Divya Bakshi, Reporter, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and home minister Uma Shankar Gupta had constrict flee when their chartered helicopter took off with its open door. On Sunday, the incident occurred at Nimja Village in Nassurlaganj area where the chopper – EC 155 (euro copter) has to be based soon after take-off with its door open. Though, ...

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Masked youth tied 32 year old farmer and drag him to the concrete road

Divya Bakshi, Reporter, Bhopal On Sunday, 32-year-old farmer was beated; his legs tied to a jeep and dragged up to 3 kilometers on a concrete road by some masked youths near Tumda village in Bhopal district. The victim, Mukesh Mewada, a resident of Patnia village is said to be in a serious situation. The incident took place at around 9.30 am when ...

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MP Transport Association endangered to go for an imprecise strike

Divya Bakshi, Reporter, Bhopal On Sunday, Akhil Madhya Pradesh Transport Association endangered to go on an imprecise strike if their problems are not determined. The transporters are nervous over the govt decision to make food license essential and bringing them under section 9C of Sales Tax. Association president Vijay Kalra said, “Transport operators are service provider”. He supposed that truck drivers were ...

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Result postpone, applicants nervous: Patwari exam

Delay in result announcement of Patwari online examination has made applicants nervous. Nodal officer for conducting examinations in the district SDM BBS Tomar said, “A total 1,200 applicants took the online examinations for 11 seats.” He added, “Individual results have been provided to the examinees. The merit list is being prepared by MP online. We have no say in it.” Online examination for ...

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Indore – Patna and Pune – Madgaon’s trains should runs daily

The affliction of passengers travelling by Indore-Patna bi-weekly train was highlight by Uttar Bharatiya Sangh who held a demonstration recently demanding that the train should be run on all days of the week. Currently, the train runs only two days in a week due to which there is an extensive waiting list that has even crossed 1000 mark in recent days. The railways ...

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Unclear strike from April 23: Petrol dealers

Divya Bakshi, Reporter, Bhopal Petrol pump dealers is going to start an unclear strike from April 23 to push for higher commission and for opposing opening of new petrol pumps arbitrarily. Another demand from the dealers is that petrol pumps should be allowed to charge their customers to up till now free services like checking of air pressure, toilet and water services. This ...

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Bhopal is becoming my first home : Prakash Jha

Divya Bakshi, Reporter, Bhopal A week-long Film Festival is being together arranged in Bhopal by the Madhya Pradesh IAS Officers Association (IOA) and Madhyam. The film festival will continue till April 19 at Ravindra Bhawan. Well-known film director Prakash Jha, who has successfully made many films in the capital, including ‘Raajneeti’ and ‘Aarakshan’, said “There’s no such film festival in Bihar. Never did ...

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New terminal of Devi Ahilya Bai Airport, Indore

Newsleaks, Indore To develop air connectivity across the state, all 50 districts will have airfield in near future. This was declared by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan while speaking to an inaugural ceremony of the new terminal building of Devi Ahilya Bai airport on Saturday. Promising speedy development of infrastructure, Chouhan said, “At present only 22 districts in the state had airfield and ...

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Ramesh advocated speaking with MOEF: Toxic Waste burning

Divya Bakshi, Reporter, Bhopal A volunteer organization Lok Maitri has written to former minister of environment and forests(MOEF) Jairam Ramesh on the issue of Union Carbide toxic waste being burn at Pithampur. The NGO has advocated Ramesh that he should ask MoEF officials not to burn the waste at Pithampur. Lok Maitri co-coordinator Gautam Kothari has reminded Ramesh that in July 2009, he ...

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