"Yadav Jagriti' released

The Gen Administration minister for state Shri Badrilal Yadav released the Quarterly Magazine'Yadav Jagriti' . The editor of the magazine Shri Sumer Singh was also present on the occasion.

Students to get bus-facility for visiting RSC

On the conclusion day of the Educational programmes held on the account of National Science Day at the Regional Science Center the Chief Secretary, school education Shri Sumit Bos disclosed that the Students of government schools would be provided bus facility for visiting Regional Science Center. He was distributing prizes to the students who participated in the programmes.   

Chhatt. government to extend age-limit for teachers

The Chhattisgarh government has taken decision to extend the age-limit for the recruitment of teachers upto 45 (at present 30). The Parliamentary Works minister Shri Ajay Chandrakar told the mediapersons that the new decision would be brought into effect from the next turn of recruitments.   

Daswani inst. sets up its branch at Bhopal

Here is a good news for the students preparing for PMT & PET. The famous coaching institute of Kota (Rajasthan) for the above mentioned courses named Daswani Classes has set up its a new branch in Bhopal. The new center was inaugurated by Shri Ramesh Agrawal, chairman, Danik Bhaskar Group. On the occasion, besides Shri Ramesh Agrawal, the director of the institute Shri Vijay Daswani & shri Manish Ahuja, CEO, Daswani Classes were also present.  

Doctors rushes to Vande Matram Plan

By the time, 85 doctors have joined the Vande Mataram Doctors' Plan started by the Central government. The doctors would charging no money to examine the pregnant women  & distribute medicines among them on the 9th date of every month. Besides, the doctors who joins the Plan would be facilitated with a doctor's kit.    

Snake-exhibition held
There was organised a snake-exhibition at the Regional Science Center in which the famous snake-charmer of the city Mo. Salim educated the children of the different kinds of the snakes. 

Forged ISI marked water-pouches seized
The idea prevailing in a much larger number of people that the drinking water-pouches are free from any kind dirtiness & fit stuff to quench their thirst was inflicted with a heavy jerk when the team of the BIS (Bureau of Indian Standard)  persons raided on those who were indulged in selling water-pouches with forged ISI mark. It is also mentionable that the Dainik Bhaskar had disclosed the sale of this kind of water-pouches before the raid. 

Vijay Yadav appointed new sport director
The State Government has appointed the 1987 batch IPS officer Shri Vijay Yadav as new director to the sport & youth welfare directorate. 

CAT conducted successfully
The common admission test (CAT) was conducted successfully at the capital city in tight security. The centers for the examinations was Nutan college, Campaign school & Carmal convent school. About 2500 students sat in the examination. The test is held by Indian Institute for Management through which students are chosen for the admission into the 50 management institutes of the country. The responsibility of the successful accomplishment of the test was laden on the shoulders of the IIM, Indore.   

Convocation programme concluded
MP CM Uma Bharti expressed her thoughts about astrologers saying that astrology gave us a positive point of view towards life. She was speaking at the eleven convocation programme & astrology conference organized by Shri Ganesh Jyotish institute. She also reiterated her will to make the state a golden state. She also said that efforts are being made to shift the state from 'D' grade to 'A' grade.   

Night bus service started
MP Road Transport Corporation has started night bus service between Bhopal & Sagar. The bus will leave Bhopal at 9 pm & reach Sagar at 3pm. On back it will take departure from Sagar at 9 am & arrive at Bhopal at noon around 3' clock. The per head bus fair is Rs. 80. 

Dispensary named after Late Kushabhau Thakrey
The Urban administration & development minister Shri Babulal Gaur devoted a dispensary  to the public in Narela Shankri in the memory of Late Kushabhau Thakrey. The dispensary is also named after the Late BJP leader. The programme was presided over by MLA Uma Shankar Gupta. 

SEE TV to inform about trains schedule
The local private channel SEE TV will now give the details of the time-schedule of  trains. This new service was inaugurated by the Western Middle Railway Gen manager Shri Deepak Kumar Gupta.  

Calculators allowed for HS students
The Secondary Education Board has given the higher secondary students permission for the use of calculator in the examinations scheduled to be held from 3 March. 

High-protein biscuits for school-going children
The MP Science & Technology council has got high-protein biscuits prepared for the mid-day meal of the school-going children. Comprised of wheat-flour, soya-protein, sugar, edible-oil, milk, glucose & salt the biscuits will feed the children with protein, vitamins, carbohydrate & minerals in appropriate quantity.     

Vandematram Yojna  started
In an effort to reduce maternal death rate & facilitate the pregnant women with pre & after delivery medical facilities the Central government has started 'Vandematram Yojana' under which the pregnant women will be given medical treatment without any fee. The Yojana  is also receiving help from the Federation of Obstetrics & Gynecological Societies of India.    

Fall out over the nomenclature of Madhav nagar hospital
The Madhav nagar hospital, which was erected for Simhastha on the cost of Rs. 447 lakh has been surrounded by controversies before its being offered to public scheduled on 11 Feb. While CM Uma Bharti is to name the hospital after the BJP fatherly figure Late Shri Kusha Bhau Thakre, at the time of congress party the hospital had been proposed to be named after Late Dr. Shivmangal Singh Suman.
Now,  the state's avoiding the name of this great literary figure has  made many wordsmiths raise their eye-brows. They have threatened to get the objection registered during the public-offering programme of the hospital. 

SEB  to end misprint menace  

The Secondary Education Board has now taken steps for ending possibilities of misprinting in the marksheets of the students of High schools & Higher secondary schools. To release the students from all the puzzling conditions rising from the misprints in the marksheets,  the SEB will give the students amendment letter along with admission card. In case misprints appear in the marksheets the students can fill up the amendment letter with right information & submit it at their own schools respectively. The amendment letters will then be referred to the board by the schools. The board then amend the errors so that at the time of the preparation of the marksheets right information could be recorded. 

MP to get British assistance  
The British government has accepted Rs. 700 crore  MP Rural Livelihood Project for the development of the small farmers dwelling in the primitive areas of MP. MP Chief Minister Ms Uma Bharti & British high-commissioner Shri Michal Aurther clinched agreement in this connection. In the first faze of this project six districts naming Dhar, Jhabua, Badwani, Mandla, Dindori & Shehdole have been included. In the next four years the rest districts will also be included in the project. Under the project the poor & backward farmers will be imparted resources for their livelihood.  

Uma patron to the MP Flying Club
CM Uma Bharti has given her consent to become the Chief patron to the MP Flying Club, Indore. The state government in this regard has apprized the MP Flying Club president Shri Manohar Dev. MP Flying Club was established in 1951 in Indore. In1966, the second branch of the club was set up in Bhopal.

RI & Patwaris to learn computer

Bhopal collector Shri Sanjay Kumar Shukl asked the Revenue inspectors & Patwaris to learn computer. The collector stressed on the computerization of the departmental informations. He also ordered the officers & employees to be punctual.

Advani Lays the foundation of AIIMS
Deputy Prime Minister Shri Lalkrishna Adwani laid the foundation of Rajmata Vijayaraje Schindhia All India medical Science Institute (AIIMS). The Programme was performed at Pipaliya Pende Khan near Alkapuri. The hospital will cost Rs. 300 cr. On the occasion, along with Adwani, there were present Union Minister Sushma Swaraj, CM Ms Uma Bharti, Governor Shri Ramprakash Gupta, Health Minister Shri Gaurishankar Shezwar, BJP State President Shri Kailash Joshi & Uraban Administration Minister Shri Babulal Gaur.