An Invitation to Discover & Prosper with Modern Madhya Pradesh

LifeStyle Business & Corporate Politics
Shopping Plus M.P. Tourism Travel
Career & Success Sports Mirror Appointments
METROPLUS Matrimonial


Register to participate in monthly draw of lucky Readers & Win exciting prizes.


  Reader Relations
  Public Grievances
  Tourist guidance cell
  Student guidance cell
  Social Media News
  Advertisers Index
  Advertising &Marketing
  Agriculture & Farmer
  Art & Culture
  Art Power
  Automobiles Mirror
  Bhopal Map
  BHEL Mirror
  Beti Bachaoo Abhiyan
  Book Club
  Brainpower Club
  Brand Power
  Business Offers
  Bureaucracy Digest
  Campus Mirror
  City Guide
  City Scan
  Consumer Forum
  Consult Our Experts
  Cover Story
  Executive Digest
  Fashion & Beauty
  Film & TV Mirror
  Financial Mirror
  For Employer's Only
  Government Affairs
  Human Rights
  India Digest
  Know Your Rights
  Legal Digest
  Law And Order
  Letters to the Editor
  List Of Web-sites
  Market Watch
  Model Watch
  MP & CG Digest
  Our Guest
  Our Well-Wishers
  Photo Gallary
  Politics & Politicians
  Property Mirror
  Public Grievances
  Public Notices
  Public Opinion
  Public Relations
  Public Sector Digest
  Public Relation Council    of India
  Railways Digest
  Reader Relations    Initiatives
  Right To Information
  Sainik News
  School Mirror
  Shopping Guide
  SME Clinic
  Social Revolution
  Tourist guidence cell
  Think Madhya Pradesh    Forum
  Walk In Interviews
  Women & Home
  World Digest
  Your letters
  Yellow Pages
  Vidhan Sabha

aa 16-storeyed government twin tower to come up in Tulsi Nagar: Minister Shri Verma.
Bhopal:MMNN: 19 January 2019

A 16-storeyed government twin tower will be constructed by the Public Wordks Department near the MPEB office in Tulsi Nagar, Bhopal. As many as 64 D-type houses will be constructed for government officers in the twin tower. The construction work will begin in the onth of February. Public Works Minister Shri Sajjan Singh Verma said that the Congress has promised in the party manifesto to build multi-storeyed buildings after demolishing the old government houses to resolve the housing problem of government employees. Accordingly the twin tower is being constructed in Bhopal. There will be all modern facilities in the 16-storeyed twin tower government quarters which will come up at a cost of Rs 38 crores. This twin tower will be completed in about 18 months.The project implementation unit of the Public Works Department has reserved 3 acres of land for construction of the building. There were ruins of 16 government houses lying vacant since several years on this land which has been razed and the land has been prepared for the construction of the twin tower. The twin tower will have parking facility in the basement and ground floor. The building will be built with earthquake and fire resistant material and will also have lift facility. All parameters of the green building concept will be adhered to in the twin tower. The tower will have maximum natural air and light facility. Arrangement has also been made for adequate open spaces in the residential premises. Four 16-storeyed towers to come up in Indore also In Indore also, the project implementation unit of Public Works Department will construct 4 towers of 16 storeys to solve the housing problem of government employees. There will be 66 E-type and 66 F-type houses in these towers. The bhoomi-pujan for the construction of the four towers is also proposed to be in the month of February. The towers will be constructed at a cost of Rs 70 crores. The project implementation unit of the Public Works Department will construct multi-storeyed buildings for government employees in Jabalpur and Gwalior also on the same lines.

aa Amarkantak to be made Mini Smart City by Spending Rs. 155 Crore: CM Shri Chouhan.
Bhopal:MMNN: 24 January 2018

Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that Amarkantak will be transformed into a Mini Smart City. An amount of Rs. 155 crore will be spent on this work. He further mentioned that a cheerful life cannot be imagined in Madhya Pradesh without Narmada. Shri Chouhan was addressing the large public gathering in a programme held at Ramghat of Amarkantak of district Anuppur. Shri Chouhan performed bhoomi poojan of water supply scheme costing Rs. 12 crore 56 lakh and sewerage plant costing Rs. 18.50 crore in Amarkantak. He also made announcement for providing Rs. 5 crore towards sanitation and infrastructure development in Amarkantak. Shri Chouhan stated that the resolution, which was taken by the state government to make Narmada river pollution free during the Narmada Seva Yatra will be fulfilled with the participation of the society. He mentioned that beside spreading awareness among the people of urban and rural areas situated on the banks of river Narmada, construction works are being carried out by the government. In this series, about 2 crore saplings were planted in the areas situated on Narmadas banks last year. Plantation will be carried this year too, he added. Shri Chouhan urged the people, not to release the sewer water in Narmada river and to come forward for water conservation activities. He laid emphasis on need for mutual efforts to maintain the purity of Maa Narmada. Member of Parliament Shri Gyan Singh, Chairman Scheduled Tribe Commission Shri Narendra Singh Maravi, MLA Smt. Pramila Singh, Chairman Amarkantak Development Authority Shri Ambika Prasad Tiwari and other Public Representatives were present on the occasion. Teachers Cadre Welcomes Chief Minister During the programme, Representatives of Teachers Cadre praised the decision taken by the Chief Minister Shri Chouhan recently in the interest of teachers and accorded heartily welcome to him. Shri Chouhan said that teachers must educate children diligently for their progress. Representatives of Teachers Cadre said that their aspirations have been fulfilled by the decision of the Chief Minister. We got rid of second class status, which we had in the schools and the society.

aa M.P. becomes First State of Country in Door-to-Door Garbage Collection.
Bhopal:MMNN: 15 January 2018

Minister for Urban Development and Housing Smt. Maya Singh said that Madhya Pradesh has become the first state of the country in hundred percent door to door garbage collection in urban bodies. Monitoring of Swachchta Survekshan Abhiyan being carried out by the Government of India under the Swachcha Bharat Abhiyan should be strictly conducted to enable Madhya Pradesh to establish its new image once again in the country by the efforts being made in the state in this connection. She said this in the review meeting of Swachcha Bharat Abhiyan-2018 held at Mantralaya on Monday. Smt. Maya Singh mentioned that a remarkable progress has been registered in the urban areas under the Swachcha Bharat Abhiyan. After getting rid in urban areas from ill practice like open defecation completely, work of door to door garbage management is being carried out. She further stated that the solid waste management work like landfill site and processing through PPP mode are being carried out in the urban areas. These works should be completed within the stipulated time. Moreover, she mentioned that a special attention should be paid on the distance between the urban bodies, while making clusters under the solid waste management, so that garbage could be sent to the main garbage collection centers within a day. Smt. Singh gave instructions for providing weekly report on progress of solid waste management centers. She said that garbage collection work should be continued on holidays too. Principal Secretary Shri Vivek Agrawal informed that Swachhata Survekshan -2018 is underway in the state besides entire country. Survey in 26 bodies has been completed in the first phase. The survey in other remaining bodies will be carried out in the second phase. Regular monitoring of door to door garbage collection work is being conducted at Bhopal level. One Nodal Officer each in 51 districts has been appointed in this regard. Moreover, Shri Agrawal informed that electricity production units in 6 units will be established out of 26 regional units under the PPP based solid waste management scheme. A target to generate 65 m.w. electricity has been set from these units. Production of organic fertliser from the garbage is proposed from the remaining 20 units

Teachers Day celebrated in Campion School
Bhopal:MMNN: 6 Sept. 2017

Bhopal : The Influence of a Good Teacher can never be Erased, Teacher a source of love and inspiration. A great teacher can change your life. Teachers are the torch bearers of the gen-next. These are great thoughts were coming in each & every mind of the students when Teachers Day was celebrated today 5th September by the Campionites with full zeal and enthusiasm in the Loyola Auditorium of the Campion School, Arera Colony Bhopal. School had the same amount of feeling & fun that we would have had last year on teachers day. School Campus were gripped with fervour as Campion students put their best foot forward to pay tributes on the occasion of the birthday of the Great Philosopher, an Excellent Educationist, a True Humanist and a Great Visionary Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan who has indeed been a beacon, paving and showing the way to the teacher, who can bring about a positive change in a nation with just the right mixture of chalk and challenges. The programme commenced solemnly by grand welcoming the Fathers, sisters the Teachers & the guests by the primary & secondary section students. All the guests were accorded floral welcome followed by the lighting of the lamp. Lighting of the lamp done by Guests of honour Superior and Manager Fr. Christdhari kujur S.J., Principal Fr. Dr. Athnas Lakra S.J., vice Principal Fr. Ajay Kumar Kerketta S.J., Headmistress Sister Pramila A.C., Bursar Fr. Ashok Fr. Sylvanus, Fr. Kapil, Sr. Cresentia H.C., Sister Chitra A.C.

Markets come alive with 10 Day long Ganesh-Utsav celebrations starts from Ganesh Chaturthi
Bhopal:MMNN: 6 Sept. 2017

Bhopal : Lord Ganesha was given a grand farewell and the idols that were installed for the festival were carried to the nearby immersion sites and immersed with a lot of devotion and fanfare amidst incessant chants of the slogan: Ganpati bappa morya / Agle baras tu jaldi aa. Hundreds of gigantic, large, medium and small idols of the elephant-headed god, Lord Ganesha, were taken out for immersion to various water bodies on Anant Chaturdashi, marking the end of the 12-day long Ganeshotsav in the city on Tuesday. Elaborate arrangements were made in Bhopal for smooth immersion of idols. The much-awaited immersion procession that marks the end of Ganeshotsav festivities was taken out with customary fanfare. Magnificent chariots bedecked with flowers, brass bands and devotees dancing with religious zeal were but a few of the things that ruled the roads on Tuesday, when the city bid a royal adieu to Ganapati Bappa. The immersion started from morning and continued till late night. Idols were immersed at Rani Kamlapati Ghat, Prempura Ghat at Bhadbhada and Khatalpura Ghat. Environmentally conscious citizens immersed small idols at the homes. Gayatri Parivar makes immersion arrangements Like previous years Gayatri Shakti Peeth Gayatri Parivar made immersion arrangements at MP Nagar, Kolar Road, Minal Mall, Coach Factory and other places. Ramesh Nagar of Shaktipeeth said we make Visarjan Kunds for devotees. The BMC put Visarjan Kunds in all the 85 wards so that the devotees could immerse their idols without any problem and keep the environment safe. Hindu Utsav Samiti Under the aegis of Hindu Utsav Samiti, the chal samaroh was taken out from Nadra Bus Stand. Silver crowns were given to Ganesh pandals and tableaux for the first, second and third places. BMC had made necessary arrangements at immersion sites. Cranes and dumpers were provided for the immersion of large idols.

Bappa given grand farewell amidst religious fervour, fanfare
Bhopal:MMNN: 5 Sept. 2016

10 - Day long Ganesh Utsav celebrations starts from Ganesh Chaturthi all over India.Ganesh pandals have been decorated with beautiful Idols all over the city.
State capital Bhopal is ready to celebrate the Ganesh Utsav with joy and fervor. Daily Ganesh Aarti and prasad attracts the devotees towards the Ganesh pandals.
During the 10 - day festival various cultural programme are also arranged by the Residential campus and Pandals.
The festival will end on Ananth Chaturthi with the immersion of Ganesh idols.

Bhopal twins as Hindi authors enter Limca Book of Records
Our correspondent 17 Feb. 2016, Bhopal

Bhopal twins Abhishek and Anuj Khare have made it to Limca Book of Records in the category of twin authors to be published in Hindi. With this record, they have become possibly the only such twin brothers in the country to be published Hindi authors as well.
Aged 43, Abhishek is a career counsellor and civil services coach while brother Anuj is a writer and journalist. The twins have had five books published till date - three by Abhishek and two by Anuj.
Books by Abhishek are Diva MP Samanya Adhayan (1998), Kamyabi - 30 Dinon Main (2004) and Career Samadhan (2008), while books by Anuj are Chillar Chitan (2009) and Param Shredhya Main Khud (2013) as per the Limca official website.
This, however, is not the only feat by the duo. In 2003, they had made it to Limca for being the only registered Twins Club in the country. Currently, the club has 80-odd members.
Abhishek said, "We tried for Limca book of records last year as well without success. But this year, we were fully prepared with supporting documents which earned us the feat."

Women harassed at Kaliasot dam, moped set ablaze
Bhopal:MMNN: 17 Sept. 2015

Three women riding a two-wheeler were intercepted by four bike-borne youths near Kaliasot dam. They allegedly sexually harassed the women and set ablaze their two-wheeler when they resisted to their advances. The incident took place on September 6.
A case was registered at Nishatpura police station where the complainant resides. A case diary was transferred to Chuna Bhatti police station on Tuesday as the incident took place in its jurisdiction area.
In another incident, a newly-married woman was allegedly harassed by a youth, who wanted her to walk out of her marriage marry him. The accused allegedly even beat up her brother when he tried to intervene. A case was registered at Hanumanganj police station on Monday, police said.
In Chuna Bhatti case, police said they have some leads and accused would be nabbed soon. The victim is into marketing job. The incident took place when she and her two friends had gone to the dam for a ride.
Hanumanganj police said the second incident took place when the 19-year-old victim was returning home with her brother in Qazi Camp area when accused Imran allegedly harassed her and beat up her brother.

Ward quota fixed
Our correspondent 12 December 2014, Bhopal

Reservation of wards under Bhopal municipal limits was held through lottery on Wednesday, the second time in as many months. Earlier , the wards were reserved for different categories through lottery on October 7 but it was struck down by Madhya Pradesh high court.
Fate of Bhopal's 85 municipal wards was held through lottery much to the anxiety of local political leaders.A change in reservation status of the wards does affect the electoral prospects of the contensants. However, much to the relief of several leaders, the new draw did not change fortunes of many major political players in Bhopal Municipal Corporation(BMC). Status of 20 seats remained the same, as the draw held in October.
However, in the new draw district administration was able to rectify an error that crept in last time during reservation of wards. Ward 85(Katara) was erroneously reserved for scheduled tribe (ST) candidate in the last draw which was corrected.BMC ward 60(Govindpura) was listed as an SC reserved seat instead, taking the total number of SC wards in Bhopal to 12.
Other Backward Class:
24 42 38 32 34 51 70 17
22 41 14 44 54 7 78 69
64 2 19 52 12

42 24 69 78 54 34
44 70 41 12 22

58 31 30 55 20 73 43 79 85 23 25
4 75 57 62 66 35 82 29 61 5 65
71 6 83 37 8 77 36 21 74 40 13
68 18 67 56 80 15 84 46 27 3
16 45 933 72 39

General Female:
5 30 13 36 29 6 83 4 16 1
39 18 72 9 15 77 58 40 25
66 73 55 57

Sceduled Caste (SC):
10 49 50 28 63 11
47 76 48 59 81

SC Female:
63 76 28 49 53 48

Sceduled Tribe:
26(male), 60(female)

Amir Khan in Bhopal today
Bollywood superstar Amir Khan will reach Bhopal on Monday morning. He will be present at the show Bol Ki Lab Azaad Hai Tere orgnised by Action Ad Group at 10.30 in the morning. At four in the evening he will inaugurate the Gaurwi centre built in J.P Hospital in association with the women respect and protection campaign.




States first escalator foot over-bridge to be completed till June 30
States first escalator foot over-bridge will be completed till June 30. It is being constructed near Jyoti Talkies in MP Nagar, Bhopal. The 39 meter long and seven meter high foot over-bridge is being constructed at a cost of Rs. one crore 56 lakh. Besides, escalators, staircases will also be constructed on both sides of the foot over-bridge. This information was given by construction agencies to Urban Administration and Development Minister Shri Babulal Gaur here today. Shri Gaur also took stock of various other schemes also. Minister Shri Gaur inspected six-lane BRTS road being built from Board Office Crossing upto Misrod. Urban Administration Minister Shri Gaur sought information about railway over-bridge being constructed from Habibganj Naka Ganesh Mandir upto RRL Trisection from officers of concerning construction agency. The officers informed that process is underway to remove electricity lines and drinking water pipelines and construction of ROB will be started soon after this process is completed. The six-lane over-bridge will cost Rs. 38 crore 64 lakh. A two-lane road will also lead towards Ten Number Bus Stop. Shri Gaur also instructed for channelisation of nullah from Habibganj under-bridge upto Durganagar. Separate corridor for BRTS buses A 7.85 meter separate corridor is being constructed for low-floor buses in the 24-kilometer BRTS Road from Misrod to Bairagarh. Bus stops will also be built on both sides of it. The passengers alighting on these bus stops will press button of an electronic signal before crossing road following which vehicles passing through side roads will stop by seeing red signal and passengers will cross the road through zebra crossing. Minister Shri Gaur called for making people aware of this system and construction of attractive gates at the originating point of BRTS Road at Misrod and last destination Bairagarh. Minister Shri Gaur also took stock of houses being constructed for slum dwellers under JNNURM Scheme at Jatkheri. Shri Gaur instructed that houses should be allotted to beneficiaries as soon as they are completed. The Urban Administration Minister instructed for construction of boundary wall of Bagh Mughalia bus stand, shade at the bus stop of Raja Bhoj Nagar Bagh Sewania and arrangement of a water tank over there. Shri Gaur also instructed to elevate rostrums of Bagh Sewania subzi Mandi, construction of drains there and make arrangements for sanitary works in the night. Necessary security arrangements to be made at Shital Das Ki Baghiya Urban Administration Minister Shri Gaur also inspected Shital Das Ki Baghiya and gave instructions for making necessary arrangements over there. Shri Gaur instructed to install chains at the ghat for safety of people. It was informed that a grille will also be erected at the ghat so that people should not enter deep water. Barbed wires will be installed to prevent divers from diving into the lake from height. Arrangement for loudspeaker will also be made at the ghat for cautioning people. BHEL Traders Association president Shri Kewal Mishra and Commissioner Municipal Corporation Shri Rajneesh Shrivastava were also present on the occasion.
Copyright © 2014, BrainPower Media India Pvt. Ltd.
All Rights Reserved