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20 years on, Datia farmers lose land and live in darkness

BHOPAL: Two decades after 150 hectares of agricultural land was acquired from farmers at throwaway prices for a gas-based power plant in Datia, the plant never came up nor was the land returned to farmers. After a 20-year wait, farmers are now ... Times of India, 1 month ago


TV-7 - DD BHARATI MONDAY 12:00 Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. Kitabnama 12:30 Take A Break 13:00 Baithak 14:00 Trailblazers 14:30 Inter College Heritage Quiz Patna & The Seduction of Delhi 15:30 Pratham Puja 16:00 Amar Shaheed- Hemi Kalani ...
 Namibia Press Agency1 week ago

Sand to be now available through MRD e-auction

sources Development department will now auction sand through e-auction and becoming the first department in the country to do so. A video-conference was held on Saturday to apprise would-be contractors about process of e-auction. Large number of ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago
Central Chronicle

Loss to sugarcane crops should be assessed scientifically

Gwalior : Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has directed for scientific assessment of losses to sugarcane crops due to hailstorm so that farmers can get maximum compensation. Chouhan visited village Pachaura in Gwalior district, Guliyapura in ...
 Central Chronicle1 week ago

EC rejects Narottam Mishra petition in paid news case

BHOPAL: Election Commission of India (EC) rejected state health minister Narottam Mishra's petition in which he requesting the EC to stay hearing in a case against him over alleged use of paid news during assembly elections of 2008. The order came ...
 Times of India1 week ago Paid News case: Narottam plea challenging EC dismissed by HC  Times of India2 months ago

CM to visit affected Gwalior villages today

ster Shivraj Singh Chouhan will visit hailstorm-affected villages of Gwalior division on March 19. From Gwalior, Chouhan will reach village Poonchhari in Sabalgarh tehsil of Morena district by helicopter at 10.45 am. He will meet farmers and take ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago

Chouhan in a fix over Central aid to farmersr

ster Shivraj Singh Chouhan and his Cabinet colleagues are in a fix as how to take up the crucial issue of compensation to the hailstorm affected farmers of Madhya Pradesh with Narendra Modi Government at the Centre. Earlier, when the UPA was in ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago

Lightning claims three lives in MP

e huge damage to crops has been reported from across the State due to inclement weather prevailing for the last three days, at least three persons died due to lightning in the past 24 hours. Several places in the State witnessed rainfall and a few ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago Rainfall damages crops heavily in MP  New Delhi Pioneer4 weeks ago

Cong aims to capture half of dist Panchayats in state in March 12 polls

Cong aims to capture half of dist Panchayats in state in March 12 polls — By | Mar 09, 2015 02:03 am BHOPAL : After being routed in urban body polls particularly in municipal corporations, the opposition Congress has high hopes with Panchayat ...
 The Freepress Journal3 weeks ago

Subsidy limit for budget hotels at religious places fixed at `50 lakh

aximum subsidy to investors for constructing budget hotels at religious tourism destinations has been fixed under Madhya Pradesh Tourism Policy. Under it, 10 per cent of total capital expenditure or `50 lakh on construction of hotel on department's ...
 New Delhi Pioneer3 weeks ago
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