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21 peacocks die ’cause of water scarcity.

21 peacocks of Sumawali forest area of Joura town in Madhya Pradesh’s Morena district died of water scarcity. The forest department reported on the spot and send the dead bodies for postmortem.The reports confirmed the cause of the death. The forest officials in their defense ordered an investigation and assured installation of more  hand pumps.The

MP: Onions will be sold Rs 2 per/kg at Ration shops

Onions will be sold to the poor at a rate of Rs two per kg through PDS shops. These directives were issued today by Chief Minister while interacting with the district collectors through video-conferencing.     In Madhya Pradesh, the Agriculture Cabinet has decided to sell onions at the rate of Rs 2 per kg

Another farmer committed suicide in Madhya Pradesh

Another farmer committed suicide in Madhya Pradesh

Another farmer committed suicide in Madhya Pradesh. The agitation of farmers have been stopped but the suicides are not. On Friday, another farmer committed suicide in Ashtha Tehsil of Sehore district of the state. The farmer was identified as Khaju Khan of 75 years.Apart from this, 25-year-old farmer Mukesh has ended his life after consuming

6 suicides in 48 hours in Madhya pradesh

Another farmer commits suicide in Madhya Pradesh, 6 suicides in 48 hours

Another farmer commits suicide in Madhya Pradesh, 6 suicides in 48 hours. Though the agitation of farmers has stopped after the assurance of Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, but the farmers’ suicides are still going on.Six farmers committed suicide in Hoshangabad in the last 48 hours. a farmer named Narmada Prasad has committed

MP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan ends his indefinite fast

MP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan ends indefinite fast. Bhopal, June 11 (IANS) Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Sunday ended his indefinite fast, which he launched on Saturday here, for restoration of peace in his state rocked by agitation of farmers and violence. Former Chief Minister Kailash Joshi offered Chouhan coconut water to help

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After MP farmer agitation, punjab farmers join to hands for statewide protests

Farmer unions in Punjab on Thursday came together in support of those killed in Madhya Pradesh police firing on farmers agitating for better prices for their produce in the drought-ravaged region. In a meeting held at Moga, Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU) Ekta-Ugrahan decided to call of its Friday protest for debt waiver in Punjab, and

Aap leaders gearing up for Mandsaur visit

Aap leaders gearing up for Mandsaur visit

After the death of the five farmers who were killed during the firing in Mandsaur in Madhya Pradesh, people’s fury was not taking the name of being silent. On the issue of farmers, politics is also completely devoted.Despite the permission of Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi to go to Mandsaur, now a delegation of Aam Aadmi

Fire broke out at cracker factory Madhya Pradesh

Explosion in Madhya Pradesh cracker factory, Death toll rises to 25

Explosion in Madhya Pradesh cracker factory, Death toll rises to 25. In the Balaghat district, the cracker factory is being proved a death factory.In this factory, 25 people were burnt alive. The fire broke out in the factory 23 workers died in the explosion but deaths toll rises to 25, which includes 20 women and

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Police detain Rahul Gandhi ahead of Mandsaur visit

Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi was detained and taken into preventive custody ahead of his visit to Mandsaur. According to PTI, Gandhi attempted to break past the police barricades to enter Madhya Pradesh. The Congress leader, earlier in a tweet, said that the state government is trying to stop him from meeting the families of farmers

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5 farmers were killed in ‘police firing’: MP home minister

Madhya Pradesh home minister Bhupendra Singh on Thursday said that the five casualties during farmers’ agitation in Mandsaur occurred during police firing. “Five persons were killed in police firing,” Singh told PTI over phone. The minister’s remarks assume significance as the authorities had been claiming that the police had not fired during protests at Pipliamandi

Agitated farmers torch 4 buses Madhya Pradesh violence spreading

Agitated farmers torch 4 buses in Madhya Pradesh, Spreading Violence

Agitated farmers torch 4 buses Madhya Pradesh violence spreading. The farmers’s agitation in Madhya Pradesh continued on Wednesday with violence spreading to other areas in the state. Agitated farmers torched four chartered buses in Dewas on Wednesday afternoon. However, the passengers managed to escape and run for their lives. The incident took place at Nevri Chowk

Farmers beaten DM of Madhya Pradesh

Farmers beaten DM of Madhya Pradesh

In Madhya Pradesh, DM was beaten up by protesters by the farmers, while trying to tear off the clothes of the DM. The DM, which went to handle the farmers, became the victim of protesters themselves. Farmers are disappointed with the demonstrators’ killing of 5

Farmers agitation in Madhya Pradesh, 5 killed in police firing

Farmers agitation in Madhya Pradesh, 5 killed in police firing

In Madhya Pradesh, after the killing of six farmers in a firing in Mandsore the Indian Farmers’ Association (IKF) has invited closed state today.Which is being affected in different parts of the state. It is being said that Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi can also reach the shadow. After this incident, politics has been completely eroded.

Three farmers dead as Open fire by security forces on protest: MP

Three farmers dead as Open fire by security forces on protest: MP

Sitting on a protest in Madhya Pradesh, farmers’ agitation took a violent form. Under which the police started open fire on the farmers protesting for debt forgiveness in the district of Mandhsaur. Due to this movement was shattered and three farmers shot. Both farmers died on the spot and several farmers were

Madhya Pradesh congress MLA Prem Singh Died

Madhya Pradesh congress MLA Prem Singh Died. Satna, May 29 (IANS) Congress legislator from Madhya Pradesh Prem Singh died on Monday at a private hospital here following prolonged illness. He was 67.  Singh was elected legislator from the Chitrakoot constituency on three occasions in 1998, 2003 and 2013.He also played a major role in the

AAP demands allocation of 3 crore to MLAs under LAD

Aam Aadmi Party on Tuesday demanded to allocate Rs three crore annually to each MLA of state under Local Area Development Fund. Addressing the media at Chandigarh, AAP MLAs Aman Arora, H S Phoolka and others demanded from government to pass the MLA Local Area Development Fund Bill 2017 in coming session of Vidhan Sabha.Aman

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PM to unveil roadmap for Narmada river revival

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will unveil a roadmap for the conservation of Narmada river in Madhya Pradesh tomorrow.The event at Amarkantak in Anooppur district, where the river originates, will be held at the conclusion of `Namami Devi Narmade Sewa Yatra’. The Narmada river conservation campaign was launched in December last year. “The prime minister will

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Centre to spend Rs 11,000 cr on roads in Naxal-affected

The Centre will soon begin work on a Rs 11,000-crore project to provide road connectivity to 44 Naxal-affected districts, including Sukma in Chhattisgarh, which had recently witnessed one of the deadliest Maoist attacks.Five per cent of the total project cost i.e Rs 550 crore will be kept aside for administrative expenses including for deployment of

Anupam Kher meets Madhya Pradesh CM

Mumbai: Veteran actor Anupam Kher met Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Chouhan and discussed the happenings in the country. Anupam on Monday evening shared a photograph of himself with Chouhan from his office. “Thank you CM Shivraj Chouhanji for your love, warmth and hospitality. It was so wonderful to listen to your thoughts on our