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04/04/2013



DISCUSSION ON PROPOSED JMC BUDGET FAILS TO GAIN MOMENTUM
Meeting of Jabalpur Municipal Corporation (JMC) on proposed budget for year 2013-14 failed to gather momentum on Wednesday due to continous interruption from the Opposition members who discussed the proposed budget casually.

CABINET APPROVES PAVITRA KSHETRA STATUS FOR GWARIGHAT
The state cabinet has declared Gwarighat as 'Pavitra Kshetra' holy place at the banks of goddess river Narmada, on Wednesday.


03/04/2013



OFB DOUBLES PRODUCTION TARGET OF T-90 GUNS TO GCF THIS YEAR
Ordnance Factory Board (OFB), Kolkata, has doubled production target of T-90 guns to Gun Carriage Factory,Jabalpur, for new financial year 2013-14.


02/04/2013



RDU AT ITS BEST BEHAVIOUR PREPARING FOR REACCREDITATION OF NAAC GRADE
To get NAAC grade, reaccreditations would be held at Rani Durgawati University (RDU), Interestingly, University administration has initiated steps for reaccredidation after completion of the time limit given for reaccredidation.

OPPN GRILLS RULING PARTY OVER MANY BUDGET PROPOSALS
Terming the proposed budget impractical and a number game, Opposition members on Monday grilled the ruling party members over various issues during the budget meeting of Jabalpur Municipal Corporation (JMC).

INDUSTRY CLUSTER CAN PACE UP DEVPT IN MAHAKOSHAL
Divisional development plan,connectivity and proper marketing to utilise resources properly etc with privileges in industrial policy for Jabalpur,could turn present picture of industry in Mahakoshal region.


01/04/2013



PLAYERS SHORTLISTED FOR JDCA'S TALENT HUNT
Players selected for talent hunt of Jabalpur Divisional Cricket Association organised on Sunday at Ranital Cricket Stadium.

ROTARY CLUB'S SEPARATE STALL PUT UP IN ARMY MELA
Rotary club of Jabalpur South extended their support at the Army Mela organised at Garrison Ground, Sadar on Sunday.

MAYOR,CORPORATORS, BJP LEADERS CELEBRATE HOLI IN ENTHUSIASM
Mayor-in-Council members, Corporators,offcials and employees of Jabalpur Municipal Corporation (JMC) danced on the tunes of Holi songs during Holi Milan programme organised by Mayor, Prabhat Sahu at Dreamland Fun Park, on the occasion of Rangpanchmi,on Sunday.


20/03/2013



SOIL TESTING WORKSHOP TODAY.
Western regional workshop cum trainnig on soil Testing would be organised at Department of Soil Science and Agriculture Chemistry,College of Agriculture Jabalpur, Jawaharlal Nehru Agriculture University.

CONG DEMANDS WATER TANK FOR SANJAY NAGAR.
Taking up the issue of providing services of water tank at Sanjay Nagar and Lemagarden, Gohalpur, office-bearers of Shastri Block Congress Committee,under leadership of President Ali Khan.

WHAT A SHAME:'STREET FIGHT' IN JMC HOUSE
What happened in Jabalpur Municipal Corporation House on Tuesday not only ruined the dignity of the esteemed place but also added another black chapter in the annals of the civic body.


19/03/2013



HITKARINI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING HOLSD AUTOMOBILE AND VEHICLE DYNAMICS WORKSHOP
Mechanical Department of Hitkarini College of Engineering and Technology is going to organised a two days level workshop on Automobile and Vehicle Dynamics.

WORKSHOP ON INSTRUMENTATION AND BIOTECHNOLOGICAL TECHNIQUE INAUGURATED
Seven-day long workshop on Instrumentation and Biotechnological Technique inaugurated at Government Autonomous Home Science College,on Monday.

DR SHARMA GIVES TIPS ON SETTING OF QUESTION PAPER
A six-day workshop on 'question paper setting and marking technique' was inaugurated at the Government Adersh Science College as a part of Staff Training Program me Monday.


13/03/2013



NEW MEMBERS OF MPHCBA TAKE OATH IN GRAND CEREMONY.
Investiture ceremony of the new body of Madhya Pradesh High Court Bar Association (MPHCBA) 2013-15 was held at a graceful manner at Silver Jubilee Hall of MPHC,on Tuesday.

OFB OPENS 192 VACANCIES FOR CITY ORDNANCE FACTORIES.
Ordnance Factory Board (OFB), Kolkata, has opened a total of 192 vacancies for the four ordnance factories in City for the year 2013-14, on Tuesday.

SEMINAR ON JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN VARIOUS FIELDS ORGANISED AT NACHIKETA COLLEGE.
A day- long seminar was organised on 'Opportunity and availability of employment in Different fields' at Nachiketa College on Tuesday.


11/03/2013



SESA'S WOMEN'S DAY MESSAGE: MAKE WOMEN SELF DEPENDENT, AWARE.
Shreeram Environment and Social Association,(SESA) organised a programme on the occasion of International Women's Day and Mahashivratri, at Community Hall of Gwarighat.

NO SUCH DECLARATION ON SIXTH PAY BENEFITS YET: ARCHANA CHITNIS.
In Order to press their various demands including benefit of 6th pay commission teachers are no indefinite strike and strike continue till 20th day, on Sunday.


06/03/2013



ANTI-ENCROACHMENT SQUAD PEACEFULLY DEMOLISHES BANSAL BULIDING
Continuing the special drive to widen city roads for beautification and to ensure smooth traffic flow, a major impediment near Choti Line Phatak area was finally demolished by the demolition team of Jabalpur Municipal Corporation on Wednesday.

JABALPUR WOMEN FOOTBALLERS ARE CHAMPIONS
In the Chief Minister State Football Competition 2013 organised under the auspices of Government of Madhay Pradesh Sports and Youth Welfare Department ,Jabalpur and MP football Mahasangh, women's team Jabalpur defeated Dhar in via-tie-Breaker 3-2.


04/03/2013



NSUI TAKES OUT PROCESSION AGAINST RDU VC
Members of National Students Union of India (NSUI) took 'Gadha Julus' against Vice Chancellor Professor Kedarnath Singh Yadav of Rani Durgawati University (RDU) on Monday.

ROJGAR SAMVAD YATRA ORGANISED.
In Order stop migration of villagers for search of work and to create awareness among rural about ongoing schemes of Mahatama Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme.

PARANJAPE INAUGURATES SMART CLASS.
Meeting of Public Committee (PPPC) of Mankuwarbai Arts and Commerce Autonomous College organised on Monday.


28/02/2013



CHIEF MINISTER STATE GAMES FROM TODAY.
Various sports events of Chief Minister State Games would be organised from March 1 to 9 at Ranital Sports Complex,Yuva Bhawan, Ashok Patel Stadium and Pandit Ravi Shankar Shukla Stadium.

JABALPUR DIVN KABADDI TEAM NAMED
Jabalpur Divisional Kabaddi team declared to participate in the Chief Minister State Games to be Organised at Rewa from March 2 to 4.

NSUI STARTS SIGNATURE DRIVE AGAINST RDU V-C
Members of National Students'Union of India (NSUI), Started a signature drive under the campaign Kulpati Hatao Vishwavidyalay Bacho from JCCC College, on Thursday.


27/02/2013



NATIONAL WRESTLING CONTEST FROM MARCH 1
National Wrestling Competition and Madan Bharat Kesari Khitab would be organised by Indian Style Wrestling Association Uttar Pradesh at Gorakhpur from March 1 to3.

NATIONAL SCIENCE DAY SERIES TO END TODAY.
On the second day of three-day science subject based programme organised by Government Model Science College and Vigyan Parishad, guests said that India is a country of village and about two third population of country lives in villages.

MOBILE TOWER CASE: HC ISSUES NOTICES TO TELECOM DEPTT, COLLECTOR, OTHERS
A Division bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court Comprising Chief Justice S A Bobde and Justice Sanjay Yadav on Wednesday issued no tices to the Telecom Department of Union of India, Jabalpur Collector and Jabalpur Municipal Corporation and asked them to file their reply within four week in the matter of Mobile Towers.


24/02/2013



INTERACTIVE SESSION FOR COMMERCE STUDENTS HELD AT ST XAVIER'S
St Xavier's High School, a branch of Rayan International group of Institution, is a leading pioneer in the field of informative and innovative educational concept implementation.

PRESENCE OF RENOWNED ARTISTS MARKS ALL INDIA POETESS CONFERENCE
Various programmes were organised on the second day of the 13th National AIPC Congress-2013, of All India Poetess Conference being organised at Government Autonomous Girls Home Science College, on Sunday.

DEVELOP WILL TO ESTABLISH YOUR OWN BUSINESS, CHOUHAN ADVISES YOUNGSTERS.
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, here on Sunday, expressed the need for developing will power in youngsters to come forward with a strong mind to establish their own employment by setting-up industry in the State.


20/02/2013



OBEROI,MUKHERJEE ELECTED CHARIMAN,SR. VICE CHARIMAN OF MES BUILDERS' ASSN.
Gurvinder Singh Oberoi and Aroop Kumar Mukherjee have been elected as Chairman


19/02/2013



WORKSHOP ON PRA TECHNOLOGY ORGANISED.
Four-Day training workshop on 'PRA Technology' was organised at Jawarhalal Nehru Kristi Vishwavidyalaya (JNKVV)

ELITES HONOURED IN NARMADA MAHOTSAV
Three-Day Narmada Mahotsav organised by Vishwas Samagik Evam Sanskratika Sanstha concluded with felicitation and wellcome of religious gurus,saints, administrative officers and public representatives in grand function organised at Gwarighat.


18/02/2013



BHAGWATI GROUP, JABALPUR YUVA MANCH HOLD RELIGIOUS EVENT ON NARMADA JAYANTI.
Bhagwati Group, Jabalpur Yuva Manch organised a grand religious programme on the pious occasion of Narmada Jayanti 'Narmada Sandesh Ek-Sankalp' at Tilwaraghat.

RS BELA SINGH SCHOOL HOLD GALA FAREWELL FOR CLASS XII STUDENT.
A Gala farewell function was organised at the RS Bela Singh School, on Monday. The farewell was for the student of class 12th, given of them by their juniors of class 11th.


17/02/2013



HUGE REVENUE GENERATED FROM FINES ON IRREGULAR PRACTICE OF TRAVELLING
Making it an intensive campaign,series of regular drives being carried for curbing irregular practice of traveling onboard is resulting in generation of huge revenue for Jabalpur Railway Division.

ORIENTATION PROGRAMME CONCERNING WOMEN EMPOWERMENT SABLA HELD
Tow-Day skill orientation training for the health awareness and lifestyle improvement of adolescent girls was organised by Sadhbhawana Samaj Kalyan samiti under Rajiv Gandhi Scheme for Empowerment of Adolescent Girls 'Sabla' at the auditorium of Jabalpur branch of Indian Medical Association.

SEA OF DEVOTEES THRONG RIVER BANKS ON NARMADA JAYANTI.
Prakatya Mohotsav of Goddess Narmada was celebrated in a festive manner started offering prayers as per tradition at Gwarighat,Tilwaraghat,Lamhetaghat,Bhedaghat and other banks of river narmada.


16/02/2013



.INTER-REGIONAL ELECTRICITY LAWN TENNIS COMPETITION INAUGURATED.
Inauguration of Inter-Regional Electricity Lawn Tennis Competition was organised at Jyoti Club Rampur on Friday.

SPECIAL PROGRAMMES TO MARK N ARMADA JAYANTI TODAY.
Special programmes will be organised on the occasion of Narmada Jayanti by Jabalpur Tourism Promotion Council at Umaghat, Gwarighat on Saturday.

CM ARRIVING TODAY.
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will Arrive in the city by aeroplane on Saturday. After participating in local programmes, he will leave for Amarkantak by helicopter at 10 am on February 17.


15/02/2013



STAFFERS, STUDENT FACE INNUMERABLE PROBLEMS DUE TO POWER CUTS IN RDU.
Since last three days power cuts in Rani Durgawati University (RDU) are causing innumerable problems to employees, professors as well as students, as it affecting the work .

SHIV SAINIKS ARRESTED FOR THREATENING COUPLES ON VALENTINE'S DAY.
Police have arrested several activists of shiv sena for threatening couples on Valentine's Day at Malviya Chowk on Thursday.

INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM NUCAR-2013 AT GOVERNMENT SCIENCE COLLEGE FROM 19TH
The 11th International Symposium on Nuclear and Radio Chemistry 'Nucar-2013' would be organised under the joint venture of Department of Physics and Chemistry from February 19 to 23 at Government Autonomous Science College.


19/01/2013



JANU INTER COLLEGE SPORTS MEET BEGINS
Two-Days state Inter-Collegiate Sports Meet of Jawaharlal Nehru Agriculture University (JNAU) was inaugurated at university premises on Friday.

'JABALPUR DISTT FIRST IN STATE TO GET BENEFIT IN OF FEEDER SEPARATION.
The Madhya Pradesh Poorva Kshetra Vidyut Vitran Company Limited is all set to launch the much awaited 24-hour three phase power supply to all consumers as declared by chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan.

CONGMEN'S BANDH AGAINST JMC'S COMPLEX MARRED BY INCIDENTS.
Barring some petty issues, the bandh called by Congress against commercial complex at JMC headquarters was remained peaceful and successful.


08/01/2013



MESSY TRAFFIC JAMS ACROSS CITY HAMPER ROUTINE WORKING AT MAJOR MARKET PLACES
Routine working at the market places of city was adversely affected due to chaotic traffic jams reported at most of the main streets and squares in the city.

FAMILY PLAYS AN IMPORTANT ROLE IN SOCIETY: UMAKANT SHARMA
Rotary Club of Jabalipuram organised a symposium as per the direction of Rotary International. The symposium was organised on the occasion of "Family Month".

RDU FACING A TOUGH TIME AS REGISTRAR, V-C ABSENT.
Students faced numbers of problems in Rani Durgawati University, on Monday.As top brass including Vice-Chancellor,Registrar and Finance Controller are on leave.


06/01/2013



CONG LEADERS TO FORM HUMAN CHAIN FOR SAFETY OF MADAN MAHAL FORT ON JAN 10
For the safety of Madan Mahal Fort and to protest against mushrooming encroachment on land adjoining to the fort.

FOOD COURT AT MAHAKOSHAL VYAPAAR MELA 2013 TO ADD AN ANGEL OF DELICACY
Mahakoshal Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Misthan Vikreta Sangh Jabalpur plans to add specialties in coming Mahakoshal Vyapaar Mela 2013 by putting Food Court with range of mouth watering dishes and taste from different Sates of the Country.

ADVENTURE SPORTS FEST: OVER 2,000 ENTRIES REGISTERED ON DAY 2
Acquiring tremendous response from residents,Jabalpur Adventure sports Festival-2013 registered more than 2,000 entries on second day of the week-long camp on Sunday.


04/01/2013



JNAU TECHNOLOGY NOT FOR PUBLIC USE!
The ongoing agriculture research in instrumentation, farm equipment,accessories advancement has brought various changes.

YC LEADERS BURN CM'S EFFIGY TO PROTEST COMPLEX ON JMC LAND
Youth Congress members staged demonstration by burning effigy of the chief Minister to oppose proposed commercial complex on Jabalpur Municipal Corporation land after the proposal was passed in the JMC.

JMC HOUSE PASSES PROPOSALS AS OPPN WALK OUT
The general house meeting of Jabalpur Municipal Corporation (JMC) was adjourned sin die following huge uproar created by Opposition members.


03/01/2013



NURSES' ASSOCIATION CONDOLES DELHI RAPE VICTIM'S DEATH
Nurses Association of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Medical College and Hospital organised a condolence meeting to mourn the death of victim of gang rape at Matron Office on Thursday.

RDU B ED STUDENTS ONCE AGAIN AT RECEIVING END
Continuing negligent behavior towards students,Rani Durgawati University (RDU) has created another problem for B Ed students.

MISCREANTS TAKE BACK SEAT DUE TO RIGOROUS CHECKING OF VEHICLES
Jabalpur police have become quite strict regarding security matters in the city.Anti-Social activities have taken a back seat due to rigorous checking of vehicles and by presence of police force at every nook and corner.


02/01/2013



GWALIOR, JABALPUR TEAM ENTER SEMIS OF STATE LEVEL CRICKET
Gwalior Division team and Jabalpur team have entered in the semi-final round in the ongoing State Level Cricket women Championship.

HINDU DHARMSENA SENDS MENTALLY ILL WOMAN TO NARI NIKETAN.
-With efforts of members from Hindu Dharmsena,a mentally retarded woman who was wandering in the areas of Rani Durgawati University,has been brought at Nari Niketan, on Tuesday.

VYAPAR UTSAV TO BEGIN FROM JANUARY 25
Vyapar Utsav would be organised in Jabalpur from January 25,2013 to January 30,2013. An important meet was organised in this context at Hat complex in presence of Additional Collector.


01/01/2013



RDU HANDS OVER DOCUMENTS TO PROBE PANEL
Finally,authorities of Rani Durgawati University (RDU) handed over almost all the required documents of investigation to Additional Director of Higher Education Department and a member of High Power Investigation committee.

MUSCLE
Ramesh Lal Yadav Memorial 60th District Level Body Building Competition was organised at City Bengali Club the other day.

ABVP MEMBERS, PRINCIPAL OF MAHAKAUSHAL COLLEGE PAY HOMAGE TO DELHI RAPE VICTIM
Members of Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) and Principal of Government Autonomous Mahakaushal College, Dr Pankaj Shukla paid homage to the departed soul of Delhi gang rape victim in college premises, on Tuesday.


31/12/2012



NEW YEAR EVE: TIGHT POLICING KEEPS CELEBRATIONS IN CHECK
Police was on high avert any untoward incident on the eve of New Year. Police conducted intensive search of vehicles at all the main streets and corners of the city till the late night for prevention of antisocial activities.

WORKSHOP ON VET AUDIT,LEVELLING TAX ON CONTRACTORS ORGANISED
Aone day workshop was organised by the Jabalpur Branch of Chartered Accountants of India on VET Audit,Levelling Tax on Contractors, Equity and Company Acts related MCA 21 subjects at the Gulmohar Lawns,on Monday.

NSUI HOLDS JAL SATYAGRAHA AT GWARIGHAT AGAINST CRIME ON WOMEN
In order to protest against the increasing number of crime against women,members of National Students Union of India (NSUI) staged 'Jal Satyagraha' at Gwarighat.


30/12/2012



JD(U) OPPOSES DISMANTLING OF HISTORIC JMC BUILDING.
Members of Janta Dal (United) raised objection on the proposed dismantling of Jabalpur Municipal Corporation for using the ground for commercial purposes.

CAG REPORT CONFIRMS VFJ DAMN'S ALREADY HIGHLIGHTED APATHY.
Inefficient management of Vehicle Factory Jabalpur (VFJ) has increased the cost of defence vehicle production by Rs 498.86 crore from the year 2008-11.

JABALPUR CORPORATION EVES LIFT YADAV MEMORIAL VOLLEYBALL TROPHY.
Jabalpur Corporation Bhopal District team bagged the championship in girls and boys categories,respectively,of Ravindra Yadav Memorial 15th Inter-District Youth Volleyball Tournment,on Sunday.


28/12/2012



RDU'S MONTHLY EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEETING TODAY.
Monthly Executive Council meeting of Rani Durgawathi University will be organised on Sunday.This will be the maiden meeting for newly nominated member Sushil Khateek.

RDU'S MONTHLY EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEETING TODAY.
Monthly Executive Council meeting of Rani Durgawathi University will be organised on Sunday.This will be the maiden meeting for newly nominated member Sushil Khateek.

JMC TO ADD PAID TAX IN RECORDS TILL DEC 31
Only three days are left for residents to post paid tax amount in Jabalpur Muncipal Corporation (JMC) records,if the same is not recorded in civic body's Ledger.


27/12/2012



JABALPUR, SHAHDOL TEAMS FOR GAYAKWAD CRICKET
Jabalpur and Shahdol teams declared to participate in under-18 Heera Lal Gayakwad Cricket Tournament.

-JMC'S LESSON TO IGNORANT ENCROACHERS;AROUND 15 ILLEGAL STRUCTURES RAZED
The Anti-Encroachment Department of Jabalpur Municipal Corporation (JMC),on Thursday conducted drive at two places and removed a large number of temporary as well as permanent encroachments,from Dutt Arcade and Beoharbagh.

JABALPUR GROWING LIKE NO OTHER CITY IN MP: UAD MINISTER GAUR.
Urban Administration and Development Minister Babulal Gaur has assured the residents of Jabalpur that the city will soon have the best infrastructure in the state.


26/12/2012



4-DAY TRAINING FOR 70 ROUND OF NSS BEGINS AT SANDARIYA HOTEL.
The for-day training for 70 round of National Sample Survey (NSS) was inaugurated at samdariya Grand Hotel on Wednesday.

NSUI MEMBERS DEMAND IMMEDIATE ACTION AGAINST RAPIST,STAGE PROTEST.
Demanding arrest of rape accused Ganesh Yadav, members of Nationl Students' Union India (NSUI) burnt effigy of Ganesh Yadav and police administration at Pantinaka on Wednesday.

TEAM FOR 58TH SCHOOL NATIONAL HANDBALL TOURNAMENT READY.
Pre-National handball training camp of under-17 girls team was organised from December 19 to 23 at Jabalpur.


25/12/2012



ONLY TWO OUT OF 7 UG COURSES BEING RUN IN RDU
The motto of starting new courses in under-graduation courses in different departments of Rani Durgawati University faded as only two courses are being run out of seven courses.

GENERAL BODY MEET OF GIANTS GROUP OF MARBLE CITY JABALPUR ORGANISED.
General body meeting of Giants Group of Marble City Jabalpur was organised at Samdariya Hotel on Tuesday.

GAYAN GANGA SCHOOL STUDENTS' DAY OUT ON CHRISTMAS DAY.
Adding more fun,joy,knowledge and entertainment in the routine life of the boarders Gyan Ganga International School students enjoyed the Christmas day as a picnic outing the other day.


23/12/2012



YOUTH CONG ACTIVISTS FOOT MARCH,BURN MLA'S EFFIGY OVER CONSTRUCTION OF ROAD
In order to protest against indifferent attitude of West Assembly MLA in getting the road constructed from Shaktinagar Square to Dashmeshdwar via Krapal Chowk, a large number of Youth Congress activists took out foot march and burnt the effigy of the MLA at Dashmeshdwar on Sunday.

GGIS STUDENTS VISIT DUMNA NATURE PARK.
Entertainment is an essential part of children's life along with studies.It is very important to take the students to see some natural beauty.

ST PAUL'S SCHOOL, COLLEGE CELEBRATES CHRISTMAS WITH POMP,FERVOU
St Paul's School and St Pauls College celebrated their Christmas function with great pomp and show the other day.


21/12/2012



HIGH DRAMA AT COLLECTORATE AS CONGMEN,PEOPLE BLOCK ENTRANCE.
Senior Congress leaders and residents of Thekkargram had a heated exchange of word with the Collector at the entrance of Collectorate,on Friday.

JNKVV EMPLOYEES GHERAO V-C FOR PAYMENT OF SALARY IN TIME.
The Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwavidyalaya (JNKVV) Central Government Employees Union stahed gherao of Vice-Chancellor, of Friday, and raised slogans to press administration for payment of salary of employees within stipulated time.

RDU'S HOMEOPATHY DISPENSARY COMPLETES 20 YRS.
Homeopathy is widely accepted as an easy and effective treatment for various dreadful disease,said Vice-Chancellor, Dr Kedarnath Singh Yadav on the 20th anniversary of Rani Durgawati University Homeopathic Dispensary,on Friday.


20/12/2012



WORKSHOP ON CLIMATE CHANGE, ADAPTABILITY BEGINS AT RDU.
A two-day workshop on 'Climate Change and Adaptability', was inaugurated at Sociology Department of Rani Durgawati University (RDU),on Thursday.

LOW VOTER TURNOUT IN KUM POLLS.
Elections for the 48-member Jabalpur,Sihora,Shahpura and Patan Krishi Upaj Mandis was held successfully on Thursday.

MOHD SULEMAN CONFIDENT OF MAKING MP A 'SURPLUS ENERGY STATE' BY 2014
Feeder separation work in Jabalpur would commence on time. This would be another step forward toward fulfilment of promise of 24 hours power supply in rural areas.


19/12/2012



ADHAR CARD REGISTRATION OF CITIZENS UNDERWAY AT IDBI WRIGHT TOWN BRANCH.
The registration of Adhar Card was opened at IDBI wright town branch at the hands of chief guest L B Lobo at a graceful ceremony held on Wednesday.

SAHU VICHAR SANDESH PATRIKA RELEASES SPECIAL ISSUE ON WOMEN.
A special issue on 'Women' was published on Sahu Vichar Sandesh Patrika which was published by Rajendra Sahu

'CONSISTENCY IN RESEARCH REQUIRED FOR QUALITY WORK'
Three day pre-PHD workshop was organised at the Govindram Sakseria (GS) College of Arts and Commerce Wednesday.


18/12/2012



-KV GCF WINS MSM CRICKET CUP.
Kendriya Vidyalay GCF routed AVM school to lift MSM Challenge Cricket Cup III on Tuesday. The tournament was organised under the aegis of Maharashtra English Medium School at Ranital cricket Stadium.

QUESTIONS ON CITY'S OVERALL DEVPT ECHO IN JMC GENERAL HOUSE MEETING
The General House Meeting of Jabalpur Municipal Corporation held on Monday, witnessed the ruling party members being bombarded with volley of question shot at by the Opposition members.

COLLECTOR ORDERED TO EQUIP OFFICERS CONCERNED WITH DECIBEL METERS
A Division bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court comprising Chief Justice S A Bobde and Justice M C Garg has direct the Collector, Jabalpur to supply the decibel meters to specific number of officers under him,who are entrusted with the duty of taking action in respect to noise pollution.

GOVT FAILS TO STEM GRAIN ROT IN MADHYA PRADESH
Bhopal: In Jabalpur, unseasonal rains have led to the damage of thousands of tonnes freshly procured wheat which were lying in the open. Procurement officials say that the wheat could not be stored because of lack of storage space.


17/12/2012



BHEDAGHAT MAY MAKE IT TO UNESCO LIST SOON
Bhedaghat, the majestic waterfall among marble rocks here, could soon find itself in the coveted list of UNESCO's world heritage sites (WHS). Superlatives used to describe it's grandeur in the organization's "revised tentative list of WHS in India and its.

JANU EMPLOYEES DEMAND SALARY FOR NOVEMBER MONTH.
Jawahar lal Nehru Agriculture University (JANU) employees have raised disbursement of salary of November Month before Vice-Chancellor Dr Vijay Singh Tomar.


16/12/2012



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HIGHLIGHTING GANDHIJI€S WORK IN VIDARBHA WAS MY AIM: SATISH CHATURVEDI
(chief trustee of Maniben Trust, Mumbai and former head of history department), Prof M A Khan of Raipur and Dr J P Mishra of Jabalpur University are all respected historians. But after examining me thoroughly, they applauded my work as an original contribution....

MORE THAN 5,000 COMMITTED SUICIDE IN 8 MONTHS IN MADHYA PRADESH
minister during the period, was 278 followed by Satna 275 in the Vindhya region. As many as 240 people killed themselves in Jabalpur during the period, the minister said. A quick analysis of the statistics reveals that life seems to be easy in smaller cities.


15/12/2012



ARMY SCHOOL NO. 1 STUDENTS' AWARENESS RALLY ON WORLD ENERGY CONSERVATION DAY.
To mark world Energy Conservation Day, a grand rally was taken out from Army School No 1,on Friday.During the rally, students used posters and placards to create public awareness about the optional resources available for energy.

PWD,NHAI GIVE DEADLINE TO HC FOR COMPLETION OF WORK ON NH.
A division bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court, comprising Chief Justice S A Bobde and Justice M C Garg,directed the National Highway Authority (NHAI) to take over a stretch from 378 kms to 389 kms of the National Highway connecting Jabalpur in the existing condition from PWD.

22 ENCROACHERS FACE JMC'S FURY.
The Jabalpur Municipal Corporation (JMC) conducted anti-encroachment drive under the direction Municipal Commissioner NBS Rajput,and removed 22 temporary encroachment for widening of 60-feet road from Bloom Square to Jabalpur Hospital.


12/12/2012



I-T EMPLOYEES STAGE DEMOS AHEAD OF TODAY'S STRIKE
The members of Income Tax Gazetted Officers Association and Income Tax Federation of Jabalpur unit assembled in front of Central Revenue Building,Napier Town, on Tuesday at 1.35 pm and staged lunch hour demonstration.

JANSUNWAI ORGANISED AT JABALPUR MUNICIPAL CORPORATION.
A large number of people attended the Jansunwai organised at Jabalpur Municipal Corporation on Tuesday.

PARENTS SHOULD ENCOURAGE STUDENT FOR HIGHER EDUCATION: R P AGRAWAL.
Students of school should learn hard and their parents should encourage them for higher education.Then only, the illiteracy would be removed from the society, said R P Agrawal. senior Vice-President of Hamara Jabalpur.


11/12/2012



UNICEF,NRHM,
Chief Medical and Health Officer (CMHO) Dr. B S Chouhan flagged off the publicity vehicle to promote measles catch-up drive which will commence on December 12, at Victoria Hospital on Monday.


10/12/2012



HAMARA JABALPUR'S GENEROUS ACT,GIVE RS.1.68 LAKH 8 ENGINEERING STUDENTS.
Hamara Jabalpur has always initiated efforts for better facilities to needy of the society.With this aim,the members of Hamara Jabalpur initiated efforts and provided financial aid to meritorious students of Higher Education

SECOND FINALS QUARTER FINALS GAYAKON KA MAHAKUMBH TODAY.
Second quarter finals of "Gayakon ka Mahakumbh" and "Passion A Musical Thunder" would be organised at the South Avenue Mall on December,11.


09/12/2012



LIST OF OFFICER-BEARER OF NEW EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OF NURSES ASSOCIATION DECLARED.
Harsha Solanki,President Nurses Association (NA),Netaji Subash Chandra Bose Medical College has declared the list of officer bearer of new executive council of Nurses Association on Sunday.

LAURELS FOR CITY'S NAVY CADETS,SECURE 9TH SPOT IN NAV SAINIK CAMP.
Navy Cadets of Jabalpur brought laurels for the unit by securing 9th position in the Nav Sainik Camp organised for Navel Cadets.

STATE-LEVEL CONVENTION OF CHADHAR SOCIETY ON DECEMBER 30.
The state-level convention of Chadhar (Kchatriya)society would be conducted at world famous tourist spot Bhedaghat on December 30, 2012.


07/12/2012



CHANGE IN SCHOOL TIME TABLE.
District Collector Gulshan Bamra has issued orders to change the time table of both private and government morning shifts school,in view of declining temperature.

OVER 50 STUDENTS OF NACHIKETA COLLEGE DONATE BLOOD DURING CAMPS.
More then 50 students of Nachiketa College donated blood during the free blood donation camp organised at college premises on Friday.

LITTLE KINGDOM MAKE IT PROUD,BAG TWO GOLDS IN SKATING COMPETITION
Students of Little Kingdom bagged two Gold,one silver and three bronze medals in the skating competition organised by the JSSC (CBSE) School in age groups under 14,17 and 19 Boys\Girls.


28/11/2012



LT GEN RAJESH PANT ON VISIT TO 1STC FROM TODAY.
Lieutenant General Rajesh Pant,VSM,Commandant Military College of Telecommunication Engineering and Colonel Commandant, corps of Signals, would arrive on a two-day visit to 1 signal Training Centre (1STC),Jabalpur.

CURFEW RELAXED FOR 7 HOURS,NORMALCY RETURNS.
IT is sign of relief for the residents that no untoward incidents was reported during seven-hour relaxation in curfew at Belbagh and Omti areas on wednesday.

543RD PRAKASH PURABH OF GURU NANAK DEVJI CELEBRATED WITH FERVOUR.
With recitation of hymn 'Satguru Nanak Pargatiya: Miti DundhJag Chanan Hoya' the 543rd Prakash Purbh of Guru Nanak Devji.The programmes held as par tradition at the ground of Guru-Govind Singh Khalsa School near Fourth Bridge on wednesday.


27/11/2012



KARTIK POORNIMA,A DAY TO MARK THE KILLING OF DEMON BY LORD MAHADEV.
The Poornima on the day of shukla Paksha in the Kartik month is known as Kartik Purnima. Kartik Poornima is also known as Tripuri Poornima and Ganga Snan.

SHGS SHY AWAY FROM JABALPUR HAAT.
In order to promote and provide a market to tribal so that the people from tribal community can sale the agriculture products and earn their livelihood.

NORMAL LIFE HIT,CURFEW CONTINUES
Normal life was thrown out of gear after more than 36 hours of curfew in Belbagh and Omti police sation areas.


26/11/2012



ROTARY WEST FELICITATES SENIOR LAWYERS ON LAW DAY
Law Day and felicitation ceremony of senior lawyers was organised by Rotary Club Jabalpur west at Hotal Samdirya recently.

DIVISIONAL COMMR REVIEWS WORK DURING DAY'S VISIT TO SAUNSAR.
Divisional Commissioner of Jabalpur,Deepak Khandekar, during one day visit to saunsar,carried out inspection of road constructed work under Panchparmeshwar Yojana in rural area.

CURFEW IMPOSED IN BELBAGH AND OMTI
Following violent clash between two groups,curfew was imposed in two important and sensitive areas of the city,Belbagh and Omti, on Monday evening


25/11/2012



MATHS OLYMPIAD EXAM CENTRESJAM PACKED
Open session of 3rd Jabalpur Maths Olympiad 2012-13 'Written Arithmetic Aptitude Test', was organised in second phase of the competition,on sunday.

SINGRAULI-JABALPUR INTERCITY EXPRESS FINALLY FLAGGED OFF
The long awaited demand for starting the train from Singrauli to Jabalpur was finally fulfilled,on Saturday.This was possible with the efforts of Member of Parliament (MP),Govind Mishra.

MUSLIM BRETHREN OBSERVE MOHARRAM ACROSS CITY.
To commemorate the sacrifice of Paigambar-e-Islam Hazrath Mohammed's (Sall) grandson Hazrath Imman Husain, the festival of Moharram was observed in the city with immersion of savarisand Tazise at Ranital Karbala,on Sunday


24/11/2012



SEMINAR ON USE OF INDIAN LANGUAGE IN LAW BEGINS TODAY
In order to discuss use of Indian language in law and trust fields,a day-long national seminar on"Indian Languages in the field of Law and Trust"would be organised at Pandit Kunjilal Dubey Auditorium at Rani Durgawati University on November 24.

SUMERU INSTITUTE'S DANCE WORKSHOP BEGINS ON 25TH
Sumeru Institute of Dance would organise a workshop cum training in various international and traditional Indian Dance styles from November 25 to December 9 at Jabalpur Public college,4th bridge.

GAUTAM SAUDI WINS GOLD IN 58TH NATIONAL KARATE TOURNEY
An outstanding karateka of Shishu Shiksha Mandir School Jabalpur,Gautam Saudi bagged gold medal in the recently held 58th school National Karate Tournament.


23/11/2012



JUSTICE TANKHA MEMORIAL SPECIALCHILDREN WINS APPLAUDS AT GUNJAN BALA YUVA MAHILA UTSAV
Specialchildren Justice Tankha Memorial gave remarkable performance of dance,songs,mimicry,poems and other activities during the Gunjan Bala Yuva Mahila Utsav.

DR VIJAY SINGH TOMAR IS 14TH VICE CHANCELLOR OF JNAU
Dr Vijay Singh Tomar,an international repute agriculture scientist of the country,has been inducted as 14th vice chancellor of Jawaharlal Nehru Agriculture University.

BICYCLE MARKET WITNESSING DOWNFALL IN JABALPUR
Jabalpur once famous for bicycles and their market size,especially of bicycles and tricycle rickshaws,the changing trends is making identity of having highest number of motor vehicles and motorcycles and for speedy replacement of this environment friendly,magic machine of health conscious people


09/11/2012



WORKSHOP ON PCB DESIGN AND POWER SUPPLY UNDERWAY AT LNCT
Three day workshop on PCB Design and Power Supply is being organised at Laxmi Narayan College of Technology (LNCT),from November 8 to 10.

JMC'S HEALTH DEPTT TEAM INSPECTS EATERIES
In order to ensure sale offresh and hygienic food stuff during the festive season,the Helth Department of Jabalpur Municipal Corporation (JMC) has been conducting surprise inspections at sweet shops, hotels and restaurants

WORKSHOP TO EXPLORE USES OF AAKASH TAB AT ST ALOYSIUS COLLEGE
St Aloysius Institute of Technology is organising a two-day ISTE workshop on 'Aakash for Education conducted by IIT,Mumbai under NMEITC project funded by Ministry of Human Resources Development, Government of India on Navember 10 and 11.


08/11/2012



NINE KENDRIYA VIDYALAYAS TAKE PART IN BAL MELA
Nine Kendiriya Vidyalayas of Jabalpur Cluster participated in the Cluster level Bal Mela organised with great gaiety and zeal at Kendriya Vidyalaya ordnance Factory Khamaria the other day.

SADHBHAV SENIOR CITIZEN CENTRE OPENS IN JABALPUR.
The inuguration of 'Sadhbhav Senior Citizen was organised in a graceful ceremony on Thursday.Different medical check-up camp was organised at Motilal Nehru Hospital,sadar on the day of senior citizen service center on navember 8.

JABALPUR SATATION TO GET MODERN MAKEOVER,YET TO MONITOR CLOCK ROOM
Entrusted to provide best services to passengers,in coming days,Jabalpur Railway Satation of West Central Railway would cater modern facilities to commuters.

JABALPUR HOLDING IRONGRIP IN STATE SUB JR VOLLEYBALL TOURNEY
Players of jabalpur team are leading in the ongoing Prahled Singh Yadav Memorial 35th state Sub-Junior Volleyball Tournament, on Wednesday.The boys and girls Jabalpur team displayed remarkable performance and won the matches on the second day.


07/11/2012



ADITI DUBEY AWARDED GOLD MEDAL BY (RDU)
Aditi Dubey, student of sociology Department of Rani Duragavati University, was awarded gold medal in the 26th convocation ceremont of RDU held recently.

OXYTOCIN: DAIRY OWNER BOOKED
Owing to complaints pertaining to atrocity on milking animals by using banned injection to obtain more milk. SP Jabalpur being apprised of the atrocity has instructed to raid all locations impressionable for atrocity on animals.


06/11/2012



YOUNG TALENT DISPLAY HARD WORK AT ST PAUL'S ART AND SCIENCE EXHIBITION
A good deal of enthusiasm, creativity and activity was witnessed in the campus of St Paul's H S School, the other day.The occasion being the art and science exhibition of the school.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT RAIDS EATERIES TO CHECK QUALITY
The Health Depatment of Jabalpur Municipal Corporation (JMC) on Tuesday conducated surprise inspection at sweet shop,hotels,restaurants to ensure sale of fresh and good qulity food stuffs.

JABALPUR MATHS OLYMPIAD APTITUDE TEST FROM NOV 21
The third Jabalpur Maths Olympiad 2012-13 'Written Arithmetic Aptitude Test' would be organised in the district from November 21 to 23.


05/11/2012



EXAMS AHEAD, COLLEGES STILL NOT AFFILIATED BY RDU
The semester examinations of different courses will begin in Navember end, but Rani Durgawati University (RDU) has still not affiliated any of the session 2012-13.

PRAHLAD SINGH MEMORIAL VOLLEYBALL TO BEGIN TODAY
Prahlad Singh Yadav Memorial 35th State-level Sub-junior Volleyball Tournament would be organised from Navember 6 to 8 at Ranital Sports Complex.

JMC REVENUE DEPTT EARNS RS 58 LAKH FROM DEFAULTERS IN 36 DAYS
Continuing realisation of pending dues from defaulters,officials and employees of Revenue Departtment of Jabalpur Municipal Corporation (JMC) Collected Rs 58 lakh in one month under the ongoing revenue recovery drive.

PNB OPENS BRANCH IN KARELI TOWN TO MARK ITS FIRST ANNIVERSARY
Kareli branch of the Panjab National Bank celebrated its first anniversary of opning of branch in kareli town.He also informed about loan and other banking facilities of PNB.

MP FOUNDNATION DAY CELEBRATED AT MAHAKUSHAL ARTS AND COMMERCE COLLEGE
To mark the foundation day of Madhya Pradesh a lecture programme was orgnised under the aegis of Swami Vivekanada Career Guidance Cell at Government Autonomous Mahakushal Arts and Commerce College the other day

KHALSA SECT DHARM DHWAJA UNFURLED AT GWARIGHAT GURUDWARA
Services to unfurl the Dhram Dhwaja of Khalsa sect was rendered by Agrawal family at centre of communal harmony Gurudwara Gwarighat Sahib.


23/08/2012



RS 150 CRORE TRANSACTIONS HIT IN BANK STRIKE
On day one of strike, around Rs 150 crore transactions were affected in the banking industry of Jabalpur. Shrivardhan Nema, Deputy General Secretary and Co- ordinate of United Forum of Bank Union, Jabalpur, said that the forum consists of representatives from nine nationalized banks.

PLAGUED WITH ATROCITIES, MRS TO GO ON COUNTRY WIDE STRIKE
More than 1.5 Lakh Sales Promotional Employees of pharmaceuticals industry in the country commonly known as Medical Representative would go on country-wide one strike on August 23 against continuous attack on their job security, work, spiraling increase of drug price, pharma corporate corruption.

LADY ELGIN HOSPITAL REMAINS VOID OF BASIC EMERGENCY FACILITIES, A REAL SETBACK
It’s a matter of surprise that even basic ICCU facility required for pregnant women in case of medical emergency are not available at Elgin Hospital in spite of proposal for fully equipped ICCU with necessary documentation has already in the ball of State Health Department waiting for approval for last two and half years.

COMPULSION OF ID IN SLEEPER CLASS COMES UNDER STRONG CRITICISM
Members of Jan Manas Adhikar Sangthan have criticized decisions of Railway Board of making ID card compulsory for travelling in ‘sleeper class.

DEMAND FOR AGRICULTURE GRADUATES INCREASING
Dr. Sahib Singh Tomar in his address says that importance of agriculture graduates and scholars is increasing and now demand is also rising with great pace.


22/08/2012



SAURABH SHARMA TO DISTRIBUTE 151 SEWING MACHINES TO POOR WOMEN
In Order to promote self-employment, financial independence among women of poor section of the society,151 sewing machines would be distributed on the 8th death anniversary of noted social worker late Nati Sharma.

NH 7 BYPASS INVITING ACCIDENTS
Plenty of potholes with full of mud water, trucks damaging due to potholes have become common scene on the bypass of National Highway No-7, connecting Katni Road starting from Maharajpur to Nagpur road till Tiwaraghat.

UFBU CITY SUPPORTS AUG 22, 23 STRIKES
On the call of United Forum of Bank Unions (UFBU) for nation wide strike, the Jabalpur unit will also observe the strike and will stage massive protest on August 22 and 23.

LAWYERS TO ABSTAIN FROM WORK AGAINST MADHYA PRADESH (CONDITIONS OF PRACTICE) RULES
All the lawyers of Madhya Pradesh High court, Jabalpur Bench and District Court Jabalpur would abstain from work on Wednesday against the High Court of Madhya Pradesh (Conditions of Practice) Rules, 2012.

SHORTAGE OF SPECIALIST DOCTORS AT CENTRAL HOSPITAL HITS PATIENTS HARD
Shortage of gynaecologists at Central Hospital, Northern Coalfields Limited (NCL), is causing problems for women patients. Continuous shortage of specialist doctors in various streams has turned the situation from bad to worse.


21/08/2012



HAMARA JABALPUR IS 16 YEARS OLD
The 16th foundation day of ‘Hamara Jabalpur’ was celebrated with great zeal on Monday. Chief guest of the programme was Divisional Commissioner Deepak Khandekar while Deputy General Manager of State Bank of India Suresh Chandra Rath presided over the programme.

FORMER RSS CHIEF SUDHARSHAN STOPPED ON HIS WAY TO MOSQUE IN BHOPAL
Gaur said Sudharshan stayed at the house of Hanif Mahal being prepared by Hanif at the cost of Rs 15 cror. This is probably by Hanif at the cost of Rs 15 crore. This is probably the first time that any national leader of RSS had reached at the house of any Muslim to greet him on Eid.

ANTARRASHTRIYA JANADHIRKAR KALYAN SANGATHAN OBSERVES RASHTRIYA SADBHAVNA DIWAS
Speaking of the occasion, Chairman Brijesh Choudhary said that every person from different religion should work to maintain unity, independence, and culture of the nation.

€PARTHENIUM COMPOST CAN RAISE CROP YIELD€
At one hand if removed, it will give instant relief from harmful effects of Parthenium while on the other hand, the compost produced from Parthenium biomass may be used to enhance crop productivity.

INDIA IS AN IDEAL COUNTRY TO LIVE IN, SAYS MUFTI-E-AZAM
“We Are citizens of India, the biggest socialist republic and democratic country in the world, and has given freedom to every citizen to follow his religion”.


18/08/2012



KIDNAPPED GIRL RESCUED BY VILLAGERS, ACCUSED STILL AT LARGE
- Dramatically, a 19 year old girl was kidnapped, molested and later rescued by local residents under jurisdiction of Bhalumada Police Station the other day.

NOT A SINGLE WELL DEVELOPED FOOTBALL GROUND IN CITY
Could be developed in the city. Both the association and department blame each other for unavailability of ground but the reality remains the same and the city remains deprived of a single well furnished football ground.

€NUCLEAR ENERGY VITAL TO NATION€S DEP€T€
Nuclear energy has great contribution in the development and progress of society and nation. Nuclear energy is playing a vital role in development of pharmaceutical and medical fields, said senior advocate and former.

LACK OF PROMOTION, HIGH CHARGES KEEP PARTIES AWAY FROM WCR€S SPECIAL SALOONS
People wishing avail facilities and comfort of special saloons have been deprived by the West Central Railway thanks to the authorities for not promoting the scheme among the masses and using these special saloons as sole privilege for railway officers.

PROUD ACHIEVEMENT MP TOPS COUNTRY IN AGRICULTURE GROWTH
MP achieved 9.04 per cent agriculture growth rate during 11 th Five Year Plan against national level average of 2.48 per cent. State’s growth rate in construction sector was 13.0.


17/08/2012



MPEEF SECETARY KURELE HOISTS FLAG ON I- DAY
Divisional Secretary of M.P. Electricity Employee Federation Sunil Kurele hoisted tri- colour on 66th Independence Day in premises of Rampur office on Wednesday.

MPTVSKS HAYS AGRAWAL PANEL
Madhya Pradesh Tritiya Varg Shashkiya Karmchari Sangh has termed recommendations of Agrawal Committee a hoax with 8 lakh employees.

CANTONMENT PRESIDENT THAKKAR UNFURLS FLAG AT OFFICE PREMISES
President Cantonment Board, Brigadier, K K Thakkar, hoist-up tricolor in 66th Independence day of the country organized in the premises of Cantt Board Office On Wednesday.

-DAY CELEBRATION HELD AT SHAHPURA BHITONI
The 66th Independence Day was celebrated in gracious ceremony at Shahpura Bhitoni held on Wednesday.

ROTARY GOVERNOR (DISTRICT) RTN DR ASHOK KUMAR IN JABALPUR TODAY
On the invitation of Rotary Club of Jabalipuram, Rotary Governor (District 2360) Rtn Dr. Ashok Kumar Singh will be on Governor visit to Jabalpur with his wife on Friday.


16/08/2012



TRAIN SERVICES ON NAGDA- KOTA ROUTE AFFECTED
Train services on Nagda-Kota route of Kota Division falling under West Central Railway (WCR) remained hampered for several hours due to heavy rainfall, as per the railway information. Due to incessant heavy rainfall on this particular stretch of about 750 km, entire Nadgda Kota block.

GOVERNOR YADAV HONOURS 7 MERIT STUDENTS FROM CITY
Seven meritorious students and two incharges from Jabalpur have been felicitated at the hands for meritorious students of the different field. The program was organized under the banner of Madhya Pradesh Redcross Society, Bhopal.

JABALPUR TEAM BAGS DIVISIONAL TT TITLE
Jabalpur Table Tennis team clinched the overall championship trophy in the Divisional School Championship. The championship was held at Seoni, Barghat.

NSS ORGANIZES PLANTATION PROGRAMME AT HOME SCIENCE AND SCIENCE COLLEGE
Plantation programme was organized at Home Science and Science College premises on the eve of Independence Day. The programme was organized under the banner of National Service Scheme (NSS). On this occasion, Principal Chitralekha Chouhan planted a sapling. Neem Gulmohar plants were planted in the college campus.


14/08/2012



WINE SHOP VIGILANTE BEATEN
Up by miscreants- In view of complaint lodged by Vinod Kumar Shrivastava (45) resident of Ganesh Chowk who was allegedly beaten up by two miscreants on recently.

JMC SQUAD CONDUCTS DRIVE TO REMOVE TEMPORARY ENCROACHMENTS
Continuing the drive to act tough against people encroaching roads, footpaths or government land, the anti- encroachment department of Jabalpur municipal Corporation (JMC), recently conducted the drive and removed encroachments erected along side road and on government land.

MISCREANTS FLEE WITH JEWELLERY, CASH FROM HOUSE IN GOHALPUR
In yet another instance of theft from locked house surfaced prominence from Gohalpur area as the victim named as Kiran Thakur who apparently left house to see her relative at Sanchar Nagar.

FATHER GETS LATE SON€S PF THROUGH JAN SUNWAI
A father who was running post to pillar to get provident fund and pension of his son who met untimely death since long, got relief through Jan Sunwai held at PF Office Mumbai and Banglore Office of the Provident Fund.

2 MP GIRLS BATTALION€S TRAINING CAMP III CONCLUDES
On the penultimate day of the combined annual training camp III, being conducted by 2MP girls battation.


13/08/2012



15 OF 21 GATES OF BARGI DAM OPENED
The residents and a large number of families started reaching at Bargi Dam from the afternoon. Record number of visitors registered in Bargi witness a rare view of water discharging from the dem.

CITY CHEERS WRESTLER SUSHIL KUMAR€S WOW MOMENT IN LONDON OLYMPICS
Jabalpur city celebrated the silver medal win of Sushil Kumar in the London Olympic 2012, where he has created history by winning the maiden silver medal in Wrestling on Sunday.

MPRFMHIA BANS SALE, CONSUMPTION OF TOBACCO, NICOTINE ACROSS STATE
Madhya Pradesh Retired Food, Medicine and Health Inspector Association (MPRFMHIA) Act 2011, Section 2,3,4 has banned nicotine and tobacco mixed edible item’s storage and import across State.

GRAM SABHAS TO TAKE PLACE AT VILLAGES ON I-DAY
Gram sabhas to take place Sabhas would be organized on the occasion of Independence Day on August 15 at villages of state. Besides, the local work list and local topic, 18 important topics would also be discussed on the occasion.

GUEST LECTURERS TO BE APPOINTED AT RDU SOON
Soon, the long awaited need for deploying of guest lecturers at different departments of Rani Durgavati University (RDU), would be fulfilled for the session of 2012-13.


11/08/2012



RAINS EXPOSE SORRY STATE OF HIGHWAYS
As rains lash the city and State, the traffic movement on national highways and state highways has almost come to a standstill.

GUIDELINES ISSUED FOR DISTRIBUTION OF CLAIM LETTER UNDER FOREST RIGHT ACT
Commissioner Mr Despite registering record revenue recovery, power distribution companies are toiling hard to strengthen their financial condition and reducing technical and commercial losses in the State.Mathur directed officers that claim case of forest land which were rejected at block level, all such cases should be reviewed once again.

POWER COS TOILING HARD TO STRENGTHEN FINANCIAL HEALTH
Despite registering record revenue recovery, power distribution companies are toiling hard to strengthen their financial condition and reducing technical and commercial losses in the State.

MEMBERS OF FREEDOM FIGHTERS€ ASSOCIATION OBSERVE € AUGUST KRANTI DIWAS€
The Jabalpur Nagar Freedom Fighters’ Association observed ‘August Kranti Diwas’ by garlanding the idol of Mahatma Gandhi at Gandhi Library, on the occasion of the 70 th anniversary of ‘August Kranti Day’.

JAI KANHAIYA LAL KI
The procession was led by Mahamandleshar Shri Narsinghpeethadhishwar, DrSwami Shayamdas Maharaj. Like previous years, this year to the processions was taken out with grandeur and festivity with devotions of Lord Krishna associated with various temples, social and religious organizations.


09/08/2012



FARMER€S REGISTRATION FOR PADDY PROCUREMENT FROM AUGUST 16
Collector Gulshan Bamra informed that paddy procurement progrmme has been prepared. Paddy would be procured through E-procurement process.

DESPITE POTENTIAL, REGION WITNESSES SLUGGISH INDUSTRIAL GROWTH
Mahakoshal, logistically, is the most promising destination for industrial activities like production, storage and is full of hopes for logistics operations. But sadly it is yet to get desired connectivity, industrial growth and business activity.

INCREASING MISHAPS A MATTER OF CONCERN FOR RLY ADMINISTRATION
Infact, within last one week, cases of minor mishaps and lapses in safety is being continuously reported at Jabalpur Railway Station and the Jabalpur yard.

WHAT€S STOPPING MEDICS FROM PROVIDING ARV€S
Non availability of medicine, long queues of patients with dog bites can be seen in front of Drug Stores, argument of patients with medical scenes at the Victoria Hospital.

IMPROVER POST NATAL CATTLE CARE IN STATE WORRISOME
Constantly increasing humidity and no rains is taking a toll on newly born calves and bovines in dairy farms of Jabalpur. Death of calves and ailments occurring in foot and mouth of animals in Dairy Farms situated in Pariyat, Gwarighat and near Gour river, are causing huge losses to the commuters.


08/08/2012



TRAFFIC COPS CRACK WHIP ON VIOLATORS
Additional Superintendent of Police (Traffic) Ashok Kumar residents for keeping their original vehicle registration cards and driving license with them while driving for avoiding any inconvenience.

IIT KHARAGPUR TO HOLD GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP SUMMIT IN OCT
Entrepreneurship cell of Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur would organize Global entrepreneurship Summit in Jabalpur in October this year.

GOVT CONSTITUTES SHITLA SAHAY AWARD
With the aim to promote cancer treatment and researches, Madhya Pradesh Government has announced cash prize of Rs one lakh ‘Shitla Sahay Memorial Award’ every year.

JMC OFFICIALS ISSUE NOTICES TO OWNERS OF SIX WINE SHOPS
Continuing the drive to act against liquor shops being run without acquiring valid license, officials of market department of the Jabalpur Municipal Corporation on Monday issued notices to owners of six wine shops.

WORLD BREAST FEEDING DAY, NUTRITION DAY OBSERVED AT JANKIRAMAN COLLEGE
On the occasion of World Breast feeding Day and Nutrition Day, various programmes were organized at Jankiraman College on Tuesday. The programme was organized under the joint banner of Unicef and Jankiraman College.


07/08/2012



THE BEST POSSIBLE FACILITIES FOR VILLAGERS
The forest villages have been established under the forest manual and Madhya Pradesh Forest Village act 1977 where many facilities are being given to villagers.

€MOTHER€S MILK CAN REDUCE INFANT MORTALITY RATE€
“Breast feeding the new born within an hour after giving birth is only way for women to reshape her body prior to delivery. About 8-9 kilogram extra fat accumulated in the body during pregnancy period can dissolve only by breast feeding within one hour after delivering a child”.

NEW DIRECTIVES FOR BENEFICIARIES OF MUKHYAMANTRI GRAMIN AAWAS YOJANA
The applications would be collected from applicants during the special gram sabha which would held during August, 15 CEO of Janpad Panchayat would collect the applications from beneficiaries and forward for the Yojana.

YOUTH SIKH FEDERATION CONDEMNS KILLINGS IN US GURUDWARA
National President of Youth Sikh Federation (YSF). Gyani, Rajveer singh, National Convener, Surjeet Singh have condemned the brutal killing of innocent Sikhs offering prayers at Oak Crick, Gurudwara, USA, on Sunday.

COLLEGE YET TO FORM ANTI-RAGGING COMMITTEES
The academic session 2012-13 has started in all the colleges from the month of July, but yet the colleges have not initiated any efforts for constitution of committee for anti-ragging at college- level.


06/08/2012



GOVERNMENT OPENS 21,000 VACANCIES IN POLICE FORCE
Total 21,000 posts have been approved for different cadres of police force, out of which 6,517 constables would be recruited in the first phase.

GRAM AROGYA KENDRAS SET IN MOTION ACROSS DISTRICT
To Enhance better medical services till the last person of the society. State Health Department has started Gram Arogya Kendra.

11 UPGRADED SCHOOLS OF DISTT TO GET THREE SAMVIDA TEACHERS EACH
“From this session onwards, the classes of middles is being conducted in the upgraded school and for the same three posts of Samvida Shikshaks of grade 2 has been sanctioned. In this session,2 posts would be filled while in the next session another vacant post would be filled.

WCR WOMEN STAFFERS WORKING IN SHED FACING PROBLEMS
Inspite of huge cries made for providing better working conditions to women force, situations remain poor in West Central Railway. Specially owing the women staffers who have been employed as workers in workshops and sheds are facing pathetic state.

STATE€S ORGANIC FARMING POLICY IS PSEUDO, INEFFECTIVE!
Since August 2012, the State Government has introduced its Organic Policy. But not even a single step towards shaping marketing system for organic farm products could be taken. Again in 2011, the Krishi Cabinet discussed organic farming at length in presence of experts at JNAU.


04/08/2012



MAN DIES OF SNAKE BITE AND €SUPERSTITION€
An aged man bitten by a venomous snake succumbed to the poison because his family instead of taking him to a hospital or a doctor for administering an anti-venom resorted to seeking the services of the village Gunia, indulging in witchcraft and a quake.

APATHY IN INSPECTION OF SCHOOL BUSES!
The lethargy by the local administration in inspecting school bus operators created a question mark whether school administrations are fulfilling the rules implied on operation of school buses set by the School Education Department?.

MPPMCL SIGNS SOLAR POWER PURCHASE AGREEMENT
Speeding up utilization of nonconventional energy, Mandhya Pradesh Power Management Company Limited signed a long term solar power purchase agreement of 25 MW, on Friday. The agreement was signed with Acme Solar Energy Private Limited, Gurgaon.

HANDLOOM WEAVERS IN STATE STRUGGLING TO MAKE ENDS MEET
The old leading handloom cluster of Central India which has thousands of handloom weaving machines, later converted in power loom machines, and is struggling for work and weavers are now forced to change their work to earn two times meals with respect.

WAGONS DERAILMENT HITS TRAFFIC ON KATNI SINGRAULI ROUTE
Due to derailment of four wafons of a goods train on Katni Singrauli route, the traffic on this route under Jabalpur division of West Central Railway has been affected.


03/08/2012



PNB GM MADAN ON 2-DAY VISIT TO CITY FROM TODAY
With special purpose to review progress and other ongoing activities of Punjab National Bank (PNB), S K Madan, General Manager Field of Punjab National Bank will be on two days visit to Jabalpur from August 3.

RSK INITIATES DRIVE TO INSTILL €GOOD HABITS€ IN STUDENTS
In order to promote wash in hands all the staff and others related to mid- day meal should be trained for the same including teachers, NGO, SMC member etc. So that it becomes the habit of students and clean lines could be maintained in their daily life.

WCR MULLS PRIVATISATION OF RETIRING ROOMS
In a bid to increase avenues of earning and providing better facilities to passengers at the same time, process for extending railway- retiring rooms to private companies has been speeded.

ONLY MASSIVE AFFORESTATION CAN RETRIEVE DUMNA NATURE RESERVE€S LOST GLORY
Phases of planned plantation remain hampered at Dumna Nature Reserve for this rainy season as well. Ought to come up with afforestation in remaining stretch of about 450 sq meters of area, non- clearance over land diversion is adding to the need for intensive planting.

STATE IT POLICY AMENDED
The State Government has made amendment to Information Technology (IT) Policy provisions. The land to industrial institutes was being given on the basis of lease cases rates for 99 years for investment in State. The provision of lease renewal would also be made. It may be mentioned that State Cabinet had taken decision in this context recently.


01/08/2012



FREE METRO BUS SERVICE FOR WOMEN ON RAKSHA BANDHAN
For the same, he has directed CEP of Board of Directors of Jabalpur City Transport Service Limited (JCTSL) to realize no money from girls, young ladies and elderly women on Rakshabandhan.

ARRANGEMENTS AT JAIL FOR RAKHI
On Raksha Bandhan on August 2, Thursday special arrangement for meeting of sisters, mothers with their brothers imprisoned at Netaji Subhashchandra Bose Central Jail have been made. Like previous year this year too, only the women relativers of prisoners would be allowed to meet at the jail.

GOLD COIN SCHEME AT HEAD POST OFFICE THIS RAKSHA BANDHAN
Under the special scheme, 99.9999 percent pure gold coins of 0.5 gram, 1 gram, 5 gram, 8 gram are being available in post offices.

DO€S AND DON€TS FOR ASTHMA PATIENTS IN MONSOON
Patients with complaints of repeated and prolong cough and could must take special precaution, as it may lead to swelling in windpipe and lungs, which also cause breathlessness.

MORE THAN 3 PATIENTS TEST VE FOR SWINE FLU IN JUST 15 DAYS!
In last 15 days more than three patients, including two girls and a lady doctor working in Medical College, tested positive for swine flu after higher tests were conducted at an advanced laboratory at Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR).


31/07/2012



KARGIL DIVAS OBSERVED WITH MARTYRS€ FAMILY
The 13th Anniversary of the Kargil war was celebrated as ‘Kargil Divas’ all over recently. The countrymen were over and whelmed by the heroic bravery of our dear soldiers.

GURU TEGH BAHADUR COLLEGE ORGANIZES €RAKHI MAKING AND MEHENDI CONTEST€
SRI Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College organized ‘Rakhi making and mehendi’ Competition for B.Ed. students.

DELAY IN CONSTRUCTION OF CLASSROOMS AFFECTS STUDENT
The construction departments allot works to contractors but never bother to monitor the quality and progress of works and as a result, contractors work at their own will.

RSK YET TO RECEIVE OVERALL RESULT REPORTS FROM DPCS, LAST DATE AUG1
District Project Co- ordinator, Jila Shiksha Kendra, H P Kurmi said that it has been directed to all the BRCs to provide complete database of annual result of primary and middle schools compulsorily, and in detail, The complete information has to be sent to RSK before August 1, as per direction.

€INVESTING IN FORESTS WILL BOOST ECONOMY€
Mission for India and its forests is now busy with his efforts towards reshaping Indian forest management.


30/07/2012



VARIOUS PROGRAMMES TO MARK BREASTFEEDING WEEK FROM AUGUST 1
Women and child development Department has taken this important initiative with an aim to prevent malnutrition.

WANT SPECIAL RAKHI ENVELOP TO GREET BROTHER
The demand for postal department’s special Rakhi envelopes that were introduced five envelopes that were introduced five years back is increasing even after hiking its cost in the division.

€EDN MUST REACH TRIBAL DOMINATED AREAS TO PROMOTE THEM FINANCIALLY€
A day long ‘Regional Conclave’ was organized by Department of Higher Educatio, Government of Madhya Pradesh, in technical collaboration with World Bank, at Academic Staff College (ASC), Rani Durgavati University (RDU), on Sunday.

CM€S INTERVENTION PAVES WAY FOR SPORTS ASSNS TO ORGANIZE EVENTS
Following differences between DSYW, Bhopal, organized in Bhopal MPOA office-bearers urged the CM to host State games with equal participation of sports associations.

EFFORTS ON TO UPGRADE WCR WITH BIO-DIGESTIVE TOILETS
As the authorities hope to bring dramatic chage in hygienic conditions of the trains as well as upgrade stations with bio-digestive toilets, efforts need to be speeded for greater allocation for trains of West Central Railway (WCR) as well.


28/07/2012



GWARIGHAT POLICE CRACK BLIND MURDER MYSTERY
The family members added that since he was involved in illegal activities and it is likely that his opponents must have avenged upon.

€SOCIAL SECURITY PENSION MUST BE GIVEN TO DISABLED IN TIME€
All the officials should ensure that social security pension is given to disabled in stipulated time. Aforesaid instructions were given by District Collector Gulshan Bamra during a monthly review meeting of Panchayat and Social Justice Department.

MAKE POLICE ACCOUNTABLE, SAYS EX-DGP PRAKASH SINGH
Praksh Singh, who was main speaker of the programme, laid stress on the need of police reforms. He was of the view that police must be made accountable to the laws of the land and the Constitution of the country.

366 SCHOOLS FAIL TO ADHERE TO RTE ACT
Despite number of reminders and warning by authorities of School Education Department, a total of 366 schools have not provided admissions to students on the 25 percent reserved seats under Right to Education Act (RTE).

GOVT APPROVES OUT-OF-TURN PROMOTIONS FOR PERFORMING SPORTSPERSONS
The demand for out-of-turn promotions for excellence in sports events was considered by the government and it was decided to allow a maximum of three out-of-turn promotions to a sportspersons or coach for excellence in sports events as per provisions of the scheme.


27/07/2012



AIRTEL LAUNCHES LIVE AUDIO FEED SERVICE
Service will bring holy recitals of Namaz, Naad, Hidayat from the sacred shrines of Mecca and Madina exclusively for its customers.

TFRI TO FOSTER ACHANAKMAR- AMARKANTAK BIOSPHERE RESERVE
Since, TFRI has been appointed as the lead institute for Achankmar- Amarkantak Bioshpere Reserve by the Ministry of Environment and Forest (MoEF), Government of India, intensive monitoring and regular reports are now to be followed by TFRI.

OVER 200 STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN SEMINAR ON ROAD SAFETY
More than 200 students enthusiastically participated in the seminar on road safety and traffic awareness on Wednesday.

PWD€S STANDING FINANCE COMMITTEE SANCTIONS RS 59.87 CR FOR 16 ROADS OF JABALPUR DIVISION
Five roads costing Rs 2374.46 lakh will be built in Jabalpur division. They will be 30.27 kilometer long. In Balaghat district, 35.40 kilometer long five roads will be constructed at a cost of Rs 1715.13L.

TTES€ WAIT FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF HHT IN WCR STILL CONTINUES
HHT will help to download information through GPRS, updating chart while checking tickets in the coach informing status of vacancy to central server periodically through GPRS, collecting excess fare, penalty and other charges, issuing receipt for the same and report for the cash collected by TTE giving a printed receipt to the passenger.


25/07/2012



ROTARY CLUB OF JABALPUR SOUTH DISTRIBUTES STUDY MATERIAL
In order to increase literacy rate in the city and to motivate students to study, Rotary Club of Jabalpur South distributed study material.

APPLICATIONS INVITED FOR ADMISSIONS IN IGNOU
Looking for admissions in various courses of Indira Gandhi National Open University can apply for admissions by July 30. Along with this, with late fees of Rs 200 candidates can submit applications till August 30.

ONLY 1,126 CYCLES GIVEN AGAINST TARGET OF 9,286 IN KATNI DISTRICT
The district is lagging far behind in the distribution of free bicycles to school students. Figures speak for themselves and the failure of the cycle distribution programme because as against a target of distribution of 9,286 cycles, only 1,126 student’s haves so far received the bicycles.

€RAKSHA SAMITIS CAN PLAY KEY ROLE IN RELIEF WORKS€
Availability of police force is reducing amidst increasing population in rural areas. Activeness of members in Raksha Samitis is not only helpful in checking crime and anti- social activities but they can also play a key role in relief works at the time of natural calamities.

TIGER RESERVES SEE 7.4 PC GROWTHS IN FOREIGN TOURISTS
Kanha is featured in incredible India marketing campaign, it grabbed huge attention from abroad as well. Being popular among tourists for its facilities comparing to some other parks in India.


24/07/2012



3- DAYS€ DANGAL FROM TODAY
In order to continue the rich trend of celebrating the pious occasion of Nag Panchami, three days Dangal would be organized at Chatrapati Shivaji ground, Cantonment, from July 24 to 26.

UNDERCLARED POWER CUTS MAKE VILLAGE LIFE MISERABLE
Continuous unscheduled power cut in Barela town and village Dhanopuri, Padwar falling under Panager Assembly constituency is causing problems to residents.

COPS DISTURBED AS NAXALS GIVE PADDY SEEDS TO TRIBALS
The news of Naxals distributing paddy seeds among tribal farmers of Laanji with an objective to gain the confidence of residents and show the government authorities in a poor light.

DR RAI TAKES CHARGE AS NEW REGISTRAR OF RDU
Dr M K Rai has taken over the charge of new Register of the Rani Durgavati University (RDU) on Monday. He has taken over from Dr Udai Narayan Shukla. Dr Shukla has been sent on deputation by Madhya Pradesh High Court for one year at Hindi University, Bhopal.

HONDA MOTOR COMPANY LAUNCHES DREAM BIKE HONDA DREAM YUGA
Honda Motor Company launched the lowest- cost motorbike ‘Honda Dream Yuga’ with slogan ‘Ek Naya Dream- Ek Naya Yug’, in its lineup on Monday.


23/07/2012



CENTRAL BANK ORGANIZES ENTREPRENEURS€ MEETING
An Important meeting of micro and small entrepreneurs was organized by the Central Bank of India Regional Office, Jabalpur, On Saturday to mark the 43 rd year of Nationalisation of the Banks.

CITIZENS UNFURL NATIONAL FLAG TO CELEBRATE TIGANGA DIWAS IN CITY
People, led by Congress leader Mahesh Rajput , on Sunday, celebrated Tiranga Diwas by unfurling the tri colour next to the stature of tribal warrior Birsa Munda at Adhartal Square.

292 MPMSU POSTS TO BE FILLED IN FROM NEXT WEEK
Finally, after a long wait, employment process for selection of candidates for 292 new sanctioned posts of different cadres in the newly formed Madhya Pradesh Medical Science University (MPMSU), would start from next week.

PERPETUAL RAINS WRECK HAVOC AS LOW
- lying areas get inundated, shops affected- Incessant rain lashing the city for the last 48 hours inundated many areas in the city on Sunday.

DECREASING BOVINES€ POPULLATION, A THREAT TO DAIRY BUSINESS
In the year 2009-2010, Tara Livelihood


21/07/2012



DELAYED MONSOON JACKS UP COMMODITY PRICES IN CITY
As per the demand in city areas the inflow of vegetable crops from adjoining villages and suburbs has fallen down as well as rates of green vegetables have increased nearly doubled.

OFFER ON GOLD PURCHASE AT HEAT POST OFFICE
- Head Post Office Jabalpur is offering attractive cash discount of 6.5 percent on purchase of 24 karat gold coins on the pious occasion of ‘Pushya Nakshatra’.

PERMANENT TOILETS IN RURAL HOUSEHOLDS UNDER NIRMAL BHARAT ABHIYAN
Permanent toilets in rural households under Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan under Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan, permanent toilets would be constructed with estimate cost of Rs 9900.

NOT A SINGLE LABOURER IN MANY NAGAR PANCHAYATS GIVEN BENEFITS
It has spent above Rs 3 crore but only 11,849 labourers have been benefited against the above 84,000 registered labourers in the district.

TEACHERS FINALLY GET CENT PC SALARY, 5TH PAY COMMISSION
After a long wait, the School Education Ministry issued orders giving relief to thousands of school teachers working in granted schools run by the State Government by approving benefits of 5th Pay commission and per cent salary since December 2012.


20/07/2012



FARMERS HAPPY WITH DRIZZLE IN MANDLA
- The rain occurred in last 3-4 days has brought much respite to locals and to farmers also. The ongoing drizzle is considered very beneficial for Kharif crops.

SARPANCH- VILLAGE SECY NEXUS EATING INTO GOVERNMENT FUNDS
Actual beneficiaries of the government schemes are being denied benefit. The name of beneficiaries appear on paper and whenever any attempt is to made for physical verification of total number of beneficiaries, they fail to appear.

JMC RAZES SEVERAL ENCROACHMENTS FROM ADHARTAL- SCOBHAPUR ROUTE
The central squal of Anti Encroachment Department of Jabalpur Municipal Corporation (JMC), on Thursday, removed a large number of permanent as well as temporary encroachments creating hurdle in traffic movement and drainage of rain- water on Adhartal- Shobhapur route.

INCHARGE OFFICERS TO MONITOR BENEFICIARY SCHEMES UNDER SSA ACROSS STATE
Commissioner, RSK, has taken the decision as recently number of complaints have been registered and irregularities came to fore in implementation of programmes under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan.

SIX KILLED IN ROAD ACCIDENT NEAR KATANGI
- In a ghastly mishap occurred in the wee hours of Thursday, six people died while several others sustained serious injuries when a sleeper bus from Nagpur coming to Panna hit a dumper killing three people on the spot while three others succumbed to injuries on their way to hospital.


19/07/2012



LEOPARD STRAYS INTO VILLAGE NEAR BANDHAVGARH, INJURES TWO
Minutes after the leopard entered the tribal’s house, it was sighted by the owner who tried to avoid its eye and sneak outside but by then the leopard lunged at him and wounded him and with a strike of its paw.

GOVT FAILS TO FIND SUITABLE PRINCIPALS FOR SCHOOLS!
1,700 schools in the State are without principals postgraduate headmasters are given additional charge of principals in higher secondary schools.

DENSE CLOUD COVER TO ENVELOP REGION, FARMERS ADVISED TO UP AGRO PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES
- Farmers going for Kharif crops should complete sowing crops as soon as possible compulsorily treating seeds with 1.5 bavistin/kg with thiram (1.5g/kg before sowing).

MEDICAL TEAM RUSHES TO PARASWADA TO TAKE STOCK
40 patient with symptoms headache, fever, shivering were treated and necessary medicine were given to them.

GOVERNMENT FUNDS NOT REACHING UPTO STUDENTS
According to sources, tribal department had issued many reminders to district collectors in past six months to tighten noose over the educational institution in timely and properly disbursing scholarships to the students of scheduled caste, scheduled tribe and other backward class.


18/07/2012



NEW ANTI- RIOT WEAPON IN STATE: CHILLI BOMB
- In Coming days, the police will use chilli bombs to disburse berserk or unruly crowd during protests or demonstration held in different parts of the State in place of teargas shells.

NO PROGRESSION OF BUDDING SCHOOL PLAYERS DUE TO DEARTH OF FUNDS
District Sports Inspector, District Education Officer, “School authorities do not deposit sports fees. Form the department, number of reminders were sent to schools but they did no pay attention regarding submission of sports fees.

VIVEKANANDA EXPRESS TO REACH JABALPUR DIVN TODAY
The train would arrive Madan Mahal station on July 20, 2012 at 3 am where it would remain available for public for three days from July 20, 2012 to July 22, 2012.

RAILWAY ADMIN ACTING TOUGH ON CHAIN-PULLERS
As the illegal- chain pulling leads to delay in running of the train and following trains also get affected, the provision of inflicting penalty worth Rs 1000 and maximum six months’ imprisonment of both has been made under the section 141 of Railway Act.

LECTURE ON BIO-POLLUTANTS HELD AT ST ALOYSIUS COLLEGE
Student accorded warm welcome of all guests. Dr. Mishra enlightened the students about various biopollutants present in different layers of our atmosphere.


17/07/2012



INDORE- JABALPUR INTERCITY TO HAVE MORE STOPPAGES
Railway administration has decided to increase the stoppage of Indore- Jabalpur Intercity express would be halted at Dewas Railway Station during both up and Down.

FIRE DEPTT GOING SLOW IN CHECKING HOSPITAL
After a few days of attentiveness, the Fire and Building Department of the Jabalpur Municipal Corporation (JMC) is again paying negligence in examining and ensuring availability of fire and life safety arrangements at hospitals.

STATE BOYS SHINE IN NATIONAL YOUTH ATHLETICS
Madhya Pradesh athletes won 2 Gold and one Bronze medal on the last day of 9th National Youth (under18 years) Athletics Championship being held at Bangalore on Sunday.

RAINS NOT FAVOURING REGION, MARKET EITHER!
City market with all its preparations to welcome rainy season, is facing sluggish demand due to break in monsoon which was delayed in region.

NEW SESSION, OLD PROBLEMS MOST GOVT SCHOOLS SANS TOILETS, PROPER ROOFS, CLASSROOMS
District School Education Department has failed to provide adequate facilities to the students at Government Schools. As sanctioned, construction works of last year are yet to be completed.


16/07/2012



GOVT TEACHERS ACTING AS PART TIME CLERK
In Numbers of government schools of the State, the teaching staff is bound to perform clerical works too, following shortage of staff.

OPEN STORAGE GODOWNS PROVE INADEQUATE TO PROTECT WHEAT
Temporary or Kachcha Cap is built by digging 8 inches deep and making brick wall on all four sides, In middle area, sand is filled to depth of four inches.

TEENAGER SUSPECTED OF SWINE FLU, ADMITTED IN ISOLATED WARD IN MEDICAL COLLEGE
A Fourteen – Year-Old girl was admitted with complaints of influenza, headache and symptoms of swine flu was admitted at Isolation ward of Netaji Subasah Chandra Bose Medical College and Hospital.

BUS OPERATOR€S CALL OFF STRIKE
For permitted routes from 6 am, onwards, but the vague statement of Mayor that he would discuss the matter with district administration during a meeting on Monday has smell rat.

GREAT WRESTLER DARA SINGH REMEMBERED
The Shaheed-E-Azam Sardar Bhagat Singh Yuva Vichar Manch and Pundit Narayan Guru Ustad Akhada Sadar Paid tribute to famous wrester Dara Singh.


14/07/2012



HC ADJOURNS PIL AGAINST INDORE CIVIC BODY FOR THREE WEEKS
A division bench of th M.P. High Court, comprising Acting Chief Justice Sushil Harkauli and Justice Vimal Jain adjourned a PIL challenging the Indore municipal authorities failure to lift garbage properly.

SINGH ATTENDS CONG SEVA DAL€S OATH TAKING CEREMONY
The oath- taking and certificate distribution ceremony of Congress Seva Dal was organized on Friday.

POSTS APPROVED IN GOVT HOMEOPATHIC COLLEGE, BHOPAL
The state Government has approved seven posts of professors and seven of readers to fill vacancies for graduation curriculum being run at present and also to start Post Graduation at Government Autonomous Homeopathic College Bhopal.

€DARA HUA AADMI€ EXPOSES EVERY COMMON MAN€S INNER FEARS
Artists of Vivechana Rang Mandal enthralled the audience with spellbinding performance depicting fears and strength of the common man in the play “Dara Hua Aadmi” authored by fazal tabish and Directed by Arun Pandey.


13/07/2012



CAMP IN VILLAGE JAISINAGAR ON 14TH
As Per instructions of the District Collector, Public eepresentatives and administrative officers visited villages and Mohallas and organized evening Chaupal as where they carried out redressed of public grievance of that area.

PATIENTS SUFFER DUE TO APATHY OF VICTORIA HOSPITAL AUTHORITIES
Patients going to District Hospital commonly known as Victoria Hospital with a hope for better treatment, but thanks to hospital administration that fails in maintaining facilities to cater basic and advanced treatment to patients.

€DARA HUA ADAMI€
Vivechna Rang Mandal would stage a drama ‘Dara Hua Adami’ at Bhatkhande Sangeet Mahavidyalya auditorium on July 13. It is a daylong programme, where Vivechna Rang Mandal would present a drama.

RAILWAY BOARD APPROVES ROAD MEDICAL VAN IN WCR DIVISION
As of now; the mobile van will be moving to Shivpur, Mohna, Dadarwas and other such stations of Guna- Gwalior section on pre informed and scheduled time and will provide services to the railway employees and their family persons.

SC, ST STUDENTS TO GET FREE TEXT BOOKS
IT’s good news for students of scheduled caste and scheduled tribes who are going for higher education. Department of Higher Education would provide free text books, stationary to students of SC/SC, of government colleges.


12/07/2012



WCR PROVIDING INFO ON BERTH AVAILABILITY
With an aim of facilitating passengers with best of services, Jabalpur Railway Division has been providing information regarding berths availability in different trains.

SCHOOL FEE REGULATION€S DRAFTING OF RULES WOULD TAKE ANOTHER MONTH
Process of drafting of rules of School Fee Regulation Commission would take one month’s time, afore side information was given Education Minister for State Archana to Nagrik Upbhokta Magdarshak Manch (NUMM).

CHOUDHARY EXPRESSES SERIOUS CONCERN ON GROWING POPULATION
Brijesh Choudhary said that day by day the population is growing in India, which is a serious concern for everyone.

4 TRAINS TO GET ADDITIONAL COACHES FROM TODAY
Continuing with process of providing additional coaches on required trains, extra coaches will be provided in 4 trains on July12.

500 NEW POSTS TO EASE CRUNCH IN VETERINARY SECTOR OF STATE
AIMING to expand veterinary sector on huge terms, 500 new posts for veterinary doctors has been created by Madhya Pradesh Animal Husbandry Department in course of past few months.


11/07/2012



6.73 LAKH HA LAND SOWN THIS KHAREEF SEASON
Availability of fertilizers and seeds to farmers is being monitored continuously. A total 1 Lakh 65 thousand quintal seeds have been distribute amongst the peasants so far which is 85 per cent of target.

RSK TO MONITOR FEES DETAILS OF STUDENTS ADMITTED UNDER 25 PER CENT RESERVATION
District Project Co-ordinator of Jila Shiksha Kendra H P Kurmi said that instructions have been given to us to provide complete information of the students.

PRIDE FOR RDU AS ITS ASC SECURES FIFTH BERTH IN NATIONAL LEVEL ASSESSMENT
It’s a proud moment for RDU as its Academic Staff College has secured fifth place and first in State in a national level assessment done by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC).

SHOPKEEPERS, PVT BUS OPERATORS ON INDEFINITE STRIKE
A combined meeting of shopkeepers and private bus operators was organized at bus stand area. In the meeting, the agitated shopkeepers and bus operators have unanimously decided of staging an indefinite strike to press their demands before district administration and municipal corporation.

SUBHASH CHANDRA BOSE HOSPITAL GIVING A STINKING TREATMENT
After the first rainfall, most of drainage system at the medical colleges fails, water logging could be observed at courtyard, besides the Central Labs, back of private ward and many other places in departments have exposed the poor sanitation standard of the medical hospital.


10/07/2012



LAST DAY FOR GOVT DEPTT EXAMINATION ENROLMENT TODAY
The government of Madhya Pradesh has issued schedule to conduct departmental examination of August 2012.

TRAINING FOR ST YOUTHS BY JILA ANTVYAVASAYI SAHAKARI VIKAS SAMITI FOR EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
With an aim to provide more opportunities of employment to educated youths of Scheduled Caste and those belonging to Below Poverty line, Jila Antvyavsayi Sahakari Vikas Samiti applications have been invited for educated youth from Scheduled Caste who belonging to Below Poverty Line.

AMENDED TATKAL BOOKING SYSTEM TO BE IMPOSED TODAY
The reforms include changes in timing of booking, different windows for booking and strict monitoring at booking counters and clerks.

JNAU STARTS PRODUCTION OF BIO-FERTILIZERS
- In order cope with the menace the JNAU has started production of bio fertilizers and its mass production for the farmer in its premises.

HOUSES€ LOTS UNDER BSUP SCHEME TODAY
The selected slum dwellers applied for the housed and presented needed documents before competent authorities at the civic body.


09/07/2012



FAIRS, RELIGIOUS EVENTS TO MARK SHRAVAN SOMVAR FROM TODAY
The first Shravan Somwar would be begin July 9, with the organization of a series of religious programmes and traditional fairs at several temples across the city.

IRREGULAR RAINS AFFECTING SALE OF PLASTIC- SHEETS
The city market is coming up with all preparations to host a healthy rainy season, but recent break in rains in the division since last 10 days has lowered the demand of plastic sheets which in the first fortnight receives good sales.

1756 APPLICATIONS RECEIVED FOR GRAM ROJGAR SAHAYAK€S POST
The post has been invited under Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee scheme in all the gram panchayats of the Jila Panchyat.

POWER COMPANIES STRIVING HARD TO MAINTAIN REGULAR SUPPLY
The distribution companies are making efforts at large scale to increase the revenue and to reduce the transmission and commercial losses.

WCR INTRODUCES JTBS TO EASE TICKET SALE
The aim of facilitating more passengers, 31 new Jansadharan Ticket Booking Sevak (JTBS) Centres has been started by West Central Railway (WCR) at 18 stations.


07/07/2012



GURU POORNIMA CELEBRATED BY ART OF LIVING
Several cultural programmes and satsang were organized as a mark of respect to Sri Sri Ravishankar, founder of Art of Living, to mark occasion of Guru Poornima. Student of Bal Bhawan, presented guru vandana devotional songs, traditional dance.

RAINS BRING RELIEF AND TROUBLE FOR PEOPLE
Torrential rains which lashed the city for hours inundated many areas in the city, including posh localities.

40 PC DISCOUNT ON GRASIM SUITING
With the start of monsoon showers in the city, the internationally acclaimed suiting shirting brand of the Aditya Birla Group, the Grasim Bhiwani Textiles limited’s the “Grasim Suiting Shirting Fabric” has made an attractive rainy season offer of 40 percent discount.

GURU HARGOVIND SAHAB€S BIRTH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATED
To mark the birth anniversary of sixth Guru of Sikh Guru Hargovind Sahab, a two- day exhibition to exhibit the relation of teacher and student was organized in RS Bela Singh Higher Secondary School Concluded, on Friday.


06/07/2012



ABVP, NSUI STAGE MASSIVE DEMO FOR OUSTER OF BANSBAHOR PATEL
In the series of protest for termination of President of Non- Teaching Employees’ Asssociation of Rani Durgavati University (RDU), Bansbahor Patel, and a massive demonstration was staged at RDU premises on Thursday as well.

DELAYED MONSOON SLOWS DOWN FARM MARKET
Farmers would start shelling out money from their pockets. Dr. Nalin Khare, Head Department of Extension, college of Agriculture, Jabalpur, said that in order to save the farmers from providing various information and also issuing advisory.

COACH REPAIR WORKSHOP, BHOPAL READY WITH MODIFIED COACHES
Enforcing a new era in efforts to provide world class travelling, Coach Repair Workshop, Bhopal, is ready with its first slot of modified coaches.

EQUIPMENT DISTRIBUTED AMONG DISABLED
More than 1000 handicapped equipment were distributed at sammanvay Sewa Kendra, Chhoti Line Phatak , on Thursday . The euipment was distributed by Artificial Limbs Manufacturing Corporation (ALIMCO), Jabalpur Unit, under the programme of Sparsh Abhiyan.

BUS STAND SHIFTED TO DAMOH NAKA AMIDST PROTEST
Despite huge protest by bus operators, the Jabalpur Municipal Corporation (JMC), on Thursday, finally closed Pt Dwarka Prasad Mishra Bus Stand and shifted it to Regional Bus Stand at Damoh Naka.


05/07/2012



SWIMMING CONTEST FROM JULY 8
Swimming competitions for children will be held at all the divisional headquarters. These competitions are organized from July 8 to 14 every year by Directorate of Public Instructions to commemorate martyr Veer Sawarkar, who had swam to freedom from prison of the Britishers in the sea.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE OF RS 38,500 GIVEN TO 28 LABOURERS€ CHILDREN
- It may be mentioned that Bhawan Evam Anya Sannirman Karmakar Kalyan Mandal started scheme for providing financial assistance to the school going children of construction labourers to encourage them for education.

JNAU ADVISES TO HOLD SOWING OPERATIONS
Now, due to delay in rains the farmers have to wait till the rainfall occurs around four to six inches, which is considered favourable condition and rainfall for the sowing of rice crops.

SNAKE-BITE VICTIMS SUFFER DUE TO SHORTAGE OF ASVS AT GOVT HOSPITALS
Sources revealed that this is not one case, but many more complaints of lack of ASVs has been made to higher officials of medical administration but of no use.

LEOPARD PLAYING HIDE AND SEEK IN KHAMARIA
Becoming a matter of defy for the Forest Department, straying of leopard in and around residential areas at Khamaria near forest area is becoming a matter of grave concern.


04/07/2012



LORD JAGANNATH€S YATRA RETURNS TO KARMA DEVI MANDIR
- Religious procession of Lord Jagannath was taken out in a graceful manner as per tradition on Tuesday.

SPECIAL VIVEKANANDA EXPRESS TO ARRIVE IN KATNI ON JULY 18
With an aim to highlight life of Swami Vivekananda and create awareness among people, a special expo train ‘Vivekananda Express’ will be arriving in West Central Railway (WCR) on July 18.

FOREST DEPTT TO UNDERTAKE SAPLING PLANTATION DRIVE ON NARMADA BANKS
In Process to incorporate with drive for purification and conservation of Narmada River, Madhya Pradesh Forest Department has been directed to undertake sapling plantation drive along the bank sides of Narmada.

CCTVS TO BE INSTALLED AT TICKET BOOKING CENTRES
Adding new dimension to reinforce tatkal system, soon CCTVs will be installed for special monitoring in booking counters of reservation centres in Jabalpur Railway Station.

DELAY IN MONSOON MAY RESULT IN WATER SHORTAGE
If the rain god is not pleased over the city early then the residents may face water rationing on the part of Jabalpur Municipal Corporation.


03/07/2012



MEETING TO REVIEW DEVPT WORKS HELD AT WARD TEN
To Review several aspects, a joint meeting of committee members of ward number ten was held under the chairmanship of ward committee chief Rajesh Mishra while members including Rajesh Bhatiya.

35 SLUMS TO BE DEVELOPED UNDER PROJECT UTTHAAN BY CIVIC BODY
Taking upgrading works under Project Utthaan of Municipal Corporation initiated on the directions of Mayor Prabhat Sahu, 35 slums are on way to development.

GURU POORNIMA PROGRAMMES
On the occasion of Guru Poornima, Gayatri Jagriti Abhiyan would organize religious programme at Gaytri Shaktipeetat 5 am.

IGNOU FOUNDER REDDY REMEMBERED
The 17th death anniversary of founder of Indira Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (IGNOU).

ABVP DEMANDS PROBE AGAINST PATEL, SUBMITS MEMO
Activists of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Paroshad (ABVP) submitted a memorandum to Divisional Commissioner Deepak Khandekar against President of Non-Teaching Employees Association RDU, Bansbahor Patel.


02/07/2012



AFTER SHORT RESPITE, MONKEYS MAKE COMEBACK IN CITY LIMITS
After a few days of alertness; Jabalpur Municipal Corporation (JMC) is again paying utter negligence in catching monkeys and taking them away from city limits.

JMC SEALS DEFAULTERS€ SHOPS AT ADHARTAL
The Market Department of Jabalpur Municipal Corporation (JMC) on Saturday sealed shops in JMC’s, market at Adhartal for non-payment of pending rent.

PRINCIPAL OF GOVT GIRLS SCHOOL, BARELA TO BE FETED FOR CLASS X, XII RESULTS
Principal of Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Barela, F Ekka will be felicitated for good results in class X and XII Board examination in Bhopal.

WOMEN€S CRIME BRANCH CONSTITUTED IN STATE
Establishment of special Women’s Crime Branch will strengthen monitoring of crime against women throughout the state.

MISCREANTS BOOKED FOR THRASHING MAN IN HIS HOUSE
A case of physical assault was registered at Hanumantal police station following a complaint filed by Reshma Begum (32) near Sami Hotel.


30/06/2012



GENERAL BODY MEETING OF JILA PANCHAYAT TODAY
- The General Body meeting of Jila Panchayat would be held at conference hall of Jila panchayat on June 30, at 12.30 pm.

RPF TAKES ACTION AGAINST ILLEGAL CHAIN- PULLERS
Continuing intensive drive against the people who pull chain of passenger train without any reason, Railway Protection Force (RPF) of West Central Railway has taken action against nine people on June 28.

RED LETTER DAY OBSERVED AT KANGAROO KIDS
Red Letter Day for grade II was organized in Kangaroo Kids in a graceful manner in school premises on Friday.

75 SLUM- DWELLER GET HOUSES
As many as 75 slum- dweller were provide houses through lottery system in Brajmohan Nagar. Mayor Prabhat Sahu conducted the draw at Jabalpur Municipal Corporation (JMC) Headquarters, on Friday.

AUTHORITIES SIT ON SAROVAR PROJECT AT RDU
More than a year has passed but no initiative is taken for construction of ‘Sarovar’ (pond) at Rani Durgavati University (RDU).


29/06/2012



€INSPECT ATLEAST 25 SCHOOLS IN A WEEK€
A meeting of School Education Department was organized to review the implementation of School Chale Hum and other projects on Thursday.

WCREU AGAIN STAGES DEMO FOR LAST YEAR€S DEMANDS
West Central Railway Employees’ Union (WCREU) on the recommendation of all India Railwaymen Federation (AIRF), staged dharna at Assistant Divisional Engineer Office on Thursday.

SP SINGH ORDERS ADMN TO WORK HARD TO MAINTAIN PEACE IN DISTT
Superintendent of Police Santosh Kumar Singh reviewed the preparations for maintaining law and order situation in the district, on Thursday.

MAYOR SAHU ORDERS REMOVAL OF ENCROACHERS FROM TRIPURI SQUARE
Mayor Prabhat Sahu, on Thursday, inspected the ongoing development works in several areas of the city.

MAN THRASHED BY FOUR OVER PETTY DISPUTE
A case of assault was registered at Ranjhi Police Station after the victim lodged a complaint of being attacked.


28/06/2012



RDU BEGINS FIRST PHASE OF ENTRANCE EXAMS
First phase of entrance examination commenced at Rani Durgavati University (RDU), on Wednesday. The entrance exam of BLLB, LLB and LLM, was held at different departments in a peaceful atmosphere.

TIMINGS OF THREE TRAINS ALTERED DUE TO NEW SCHEDULE IMPLEMENTATION
The Implementation of new train timetable timing of three trains of Jabalpur Division of West Central Railway would be changed from July 1, 2012.

MOVIE JAI NARMADA MAIYA GATHERS ENORMOUS RESPONSE
Local artists of the city got an opportunity to participate in the film and above all this first film ever to be made on the river Narmada.

ELDERLY ACCIDENT VICTIM MADE TO WAIT FOR HOURS WITHOUT TREATMENT
Patients reaching the Waraseoni Government Hospital are facing harassment due to negligence of a doctor.

MODEL COLLEGE STUDENT€S STAGE DEMO FOR BLDG
Students of Government Model College, Lalburra ledby Congress leader Manish Kushwaha and student leader Tarik Bharti submitted nine point demand letter to Tehsildar and burnt effigy of PWD Department in front of college.


27/06/2012



PROGRAMMES MARK INTERNATIONAL DE- ADDICTION DAY
Addiction Day- To Mark the International De- Addiction Day, a grand programme was organized at Tarang auditorium. The Programme was organized under joint banner of District Branch of Indian Red Cross Society, and Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Central Jail.

DHAMAN SPECIES SNAKE CAPTURED, RELEASED IN FOREST
A team of Wildlife Protection Cell captured a snake of Dhaman species on a tree in Type-I market area under the jurisdiction of Khamaria Police station, on Tuesday.

POWER CUT STALLS SERVICES AT NSCBMH FOR 2 HRS
Essential medical services were badly hampered for more than two hours due to power cut at the prime medical centre.

PEDDLER SEIZED WITH 8 KILOGRAM GANJA
Panager police apprehended a men and seized eight kilograms of ganja from his possession near Jyoti Printing Press in Raipura village.

RETIREMENT AGE OF PRIMARY TEACHERS REDUCED TO 60 YEARS
Now the School Education Department has reduced retirement age of primary teachers (Gurujis) by two years.


26/06/2012



ALL RDU STAFFERS TO GET ID CARDS
Now all professors officers employees, and workers of Rani Durgavati University (RDU) would have their own Identity Cards (ID) of university level.

FIRE DEPTT TO CHECK SAFETY MEASURES IN PUBLIC PLACES
The Fire and Building Department of Jabalpur Municipal Corporation (JMC) would soon restart the drive to check fire safety and life security arrangements at hospitals.

DEPTT OF HIGHER EDN EXTENDS ONLINE ADMISSION DATES FOR POST
graduation- Department of Higher Education has made some amendments to the dates of online admission for first semester of post graduation.

AKHIL BHARATIYA CONG DEMANDS CONSERVATION OF CITY MONUMENTS
Members of Akhil Bharatiya Congress Committee submitted a memorandum to Divisional Commissioner Deepak Khandekar demanding the conservation and maintenance of Gondwana Colony.

DESPITE FINANCIAL CRUNCH, BSNL RECORDS 40% PROFIT THIS FISCAL
Contrary to the deteriorating financial position of Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) on national level, BSNL Jabalpur Circle continued its victory run and registered 40 per cent surplus profit in the year 2011-12.


25/06/2012



CLERK RELIEVED OF RS 5 LAKH IN DAYLIGHT ROBBERY
In a daylight robbery, a man was relived of Rs 5 lakh in the district headquarters. A clerk of a business firm was robbed by unidentified miscreants.

FORMER CORPORATOR, WANTED IN MANY FRAUD CASES, FINALLY NABBED
A former corporator Mohammed Isfaque, son of Mohammed Ayub Ansari, was wanted in cases of fraud and cheating, preparing flase documents, helping his cousin Mohammed Zuber to marry a minor girl by showing in an affidavit her age as 18 years.

POLICE STILL CLUELESS ABOUT IDENTITY OF WOMEN NAXALITE KILLED
It is still not known that she worked for which Naxal outfit, for how long she had been an active member and in what other incidents she was involved? To which village or State she belonged to or her name and address.

OVER TWO LAKH DOCTORS ON STRIKE TODAY
doctor’s policies of the Government of India, a total of two lakh doctors will stage nation- wide strike on June25.

RAO UDAY PRATAP ASSURES TO PROVIDE ALL FACITLITIES
-“People have shown faith in me and hence, I have been selected as Member of Parliament. I would provide all possible efforts to provide them actual benefits and development.


23/06/2012



RSK INVITES APPLICATIONS FOR VACANT POSTS UNDER SSA
RAJYA Shiksha Kendra (RSK) has invited applications for vacant posts under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) from different government departments.

GOVT STARTS SPECIAL DRIVE FOR NARMADA PURIFICATION
- The State Government has started a special campaign for purification and conservation of lifeline of the State Narmada.

MP TO BE HONOURED WITH UNITED NATIONS AWARD AT NEW YORK TODAY
This award is being given for responsible public administration, innovation and professional efficiency. Out of international entries, Madhya Pradesh has bagged second prize in ‘Improving the Delivery of Public service’ category. United Nations received 471 entries for 2012.

LORD JAGANNTH€S RATH YATRA TAKEN OUT IN TRADITIONAL MANNER
The pious procession of Lord Jagannath was taken out in a traditional manner with full religious decorum under the joint aegis of Sahu Samaj Pargana, Barela, Maa Karma Devi Yuva Mandal, from Jagdish Mandir situated in Kunda.

SUGGESTIONS TO PEASANTS FOR SOWING OF SEEDS
Peasants have been given relevant suggestions for sowing of seeds and taking fertilizers in view of monsoon getting active in the State.


22/06/2012



BJP WOMEN€S WING GEARS UP FOR TODAY€S COURT ARREST
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Mahila Morcha staged a demonstration by beating utensils, plates at Malviya Square to oppose the failure of Union Government and price hike on Thursday evening.

NUMM PLEA ON RECOVERY FROM CONSUMERS PENDING WITH ERC
The assessment of the security amount in electricity bills done between April 1 and March 31, and is being recovered from consumers in the electricity bills of May and June.

PNM MEET OF WCREU HELD
During the Permanent Negotiation Machinery (PNM) meeting of West Central Railway Employees’ Union, (WCREU) running staffers of all the three divisions was given gifts.

ABVP APPRISES VC OF STUDENTS€ PROBLEMS
In order to apprise Vice Chancellor Dr Kedarnath Singh Yadav of the problems faced by students, a large number of members of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) submitted a memorandum to Vice Chancellor on Thursday.

BJP€S JAIL BHARO ANDOLAN TODAY
- Bharatiya Janata Party State leadership has initiated protest drive ‘Jan Sangharsh Abhiyan’ against the policies of Congress-led UPA Government at the Centre across the State.


21/06/2012



SPECIAL RECRUITMENT DRIVE PERIOD EXTENDED
Special recruitment drive to fill up backlog posts of scheduled castes, scheduled tribes, other backwards classes and handicapped persons will now continue till June 20, 2013.

JOURNALIST SHIV ANURAG PATERIYA BEREAVED
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has expressed profound grief over death of senior journalist Shiv Anurag Pateriya’s father Shankar Prasad Pateriya’s father Shankar Prasad Pateriya, retired principal of School Education Department.

ROHANI DISTRIBUTES CHEQUES TO 175 VEGETABLE SELLERS
Speaker of Assembly Ishwardas Rohani distributed cheque worth Rs 1000 to 175 vegetable sellers at his Nagrath square office.

MEDICAL COLLEGE TELEPHONE EXCHANGE OUT OF ORDER
Saturday but could not trace till date, one of the official said that cables connecting to Medical College are damaged at Many Places after rain.

WATER- LOGGING IN 60 PC WARDS
As power supply remained interrupted for six hours people had tough time moving in Dark Street of city. Another instance of disrepute for the civic administration that nullah that remained un clean overflowing resulted in serious road accident as vehicles got stranded in uncovered nullah and drain.


20/06/2012



SPECIAL SCHEME TO PROVIDE SCHOLARSHIP TO WARDS OF UNREGISTERED LABOURERS
The Assistant Labourer Commissioner of Jabalpur Division has stated that a special campaign is being run to provide 100 per cent scholarship to wards of unregistered labourers under the scheme of Madhya Pradesh Building and other Construction Workers Welfare Board.

3 SES PROMOTED AS ADDITIONAL CHIEF ENGINEERS
Madhya Pradesh East Region Power Distribution Company Limited has promoted three Superintending Engineers as Additional Chief Engineers.

POWER EMPLOYEES DEMAND FINANCIAL AID TO PRAJAPATI€S FAMILY
Madhya Pradesh State Electricity Board (MPSEB) Technical Employees Association (MPSEBTEA) has family members of deceased J P Prajapati, who died in a mishap on June 18.

RDU TO START ON-LINE FACILITIES ON UNIVERSITY
level for better services- Student from all colleges of seven districts affiliated to RDU can avil facilities of enrolment forms, admission forms, marksheet, migration and other placement facilities on-line, students will get on-line admission forms, on-line placement.

SHRIMAD DEVI BHAGWAT MAHAPURAN BEGINS TODAY
A grand Kalash rally will be taken out from Katra Wale Mahaveer temple Govindganj Chota Phuhara, Millioniganj, from 9 am on Wednesday.


19/06/2012



€APPOINTMENT OF PROFESSORS MUST UNDER CODE 28€
A large number of members of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarathi Parishad (ABVP), handed over a memorandum to Principal of LNCT Engineering College, Chandok and made demand that appointment of professors should be made under code 28.

SANSKAR SHIVIR ORGANIZED AT GAYATRI SHAKTIPEETH
‘Sanskar Shivir’ was organized at Gayatri Shaktipeeth on Monday. The programme was organized under the banner of Sanskrit Gyan Pariksha Cell, Gayatri Shaktipeeth.

DRM MAKES SURPRISE VISIT OF RAILWAY STATION
Divisional Railway Manager (DRM) of Jabalpur Division of West Central Railway, Anil Gupta paid a surprise inspection at Jabalpur Railway Station, on Monday.

WCR TO ATTACH ADDITIONAL COACHES TO EASE SUMMER RUSH
In the series of providing best facilities to passengers, West Central Railway (WCR) administration has added additional coaches in 5 different trains.

RPF TO COME HARD AGAINST CHAIN PULLERS
Several cases have been registered in context to chain pulling and now the RPF has taken an initiative to bring the number of cases incidents down.


18/06/2012



OVER 600 POWER GLITCHES REPORTED DUE TO HEAVY DOWNPOUR
More than 600 complaints of electricity failure were registered due to pre-monsoon downpour and thunder showers in the city circle area of Madhya Pradesh East Region Power Distribution Company Limited, on Saturday evening.

3 TOURISTS KILLED IN HIMACHAL ROAD ACCIDENT
Three tourists from Madhya Pradesh were killed and several others injured after their taxi skidded off the road and fell into a gorge near here on Saturday, police said.

NOT DELIVERING COPTERS TO SYRIA: RUSSIA
Russia is not delivering new military helicopters to Syria, the Russian Foreign Ministry said in response to media reports that claimed Syria was getting Mi-25 helicopter gunships from Moscow.

ANTI-RAGGING HELPLINE FOR UP COLLEGES SOON
All engineering, management and medical colleges and professional institutes in Uttar Pradesh will soon have a state level 24X7 anti- ragging helpline.

VERIFY PROPERTIES BEFORE PURCHASE, HC CAUTIONS FLAT BUYERS
Bombay High Court has cautioned the flat buyers to verify properties they intend to buy before purchasing them and refrain from approaching, the courts to seek redressal.


16/06/2012



FISHING BANNED FROM JUNE 16 TILL AUGUST 15
Fishing would be totally banned from June 16, to August 15. District Collector Gulshan Bamra has also banned the sale or transport of fish.

MARYADA ABHIYAN TO TAKE CARE OF VILLAGES€ HYGIENE
Ending the filthy habit of defecating in open in villages has become top priority for the State Government. With this aim, the State Government has launched ‘Maryada Abhiyan’ under ongoing scheme of Total Sanitation camp (TSC).

RAIN BRINGS SOME RESPITE TO JABALPURIANS
The rainfall occurred in the evening provided some respite to people from the heat since last one week.

TRAINING PROGRAMME ORGANIZED
Women and child welfare department Jabalpur office imparted training for preservation of fruits and vegetables from June 4, 2012 where in about 30 students and house wives were given training.

MUS EXPRESSES GRATITUDE TO RLY FOR ROAD WORK IN RICHHAI
Around a 100 mt patch on this road was passing through Railway’s land adjacent to railway crossing was badly damaged since last many years causing inconvenience to the owners and employees working in industrial units operational in Ricchai area.


15/06/2012



WCR TO ADD COACHES IN 10 TRAINS FROM TODAY
Providing best facilities to passengers, West Central Railway (WCR) administration has added coaches in 10 different trains.

BEDIA COMMUNITY WOMAN IS SARPANCH OF RAISEN DISTT
After becoming Sarpanch, she has become a source of inspiration among the women of her community and they too wants to live a respectable life which Krishna Bai is living presently.

TRY YOUR LUCK AT ATTIM SCHOLARSHIP FAIR!
!- In the first phase of the fair, a general knowledge contest would be held, following a state- level contest. Winning participants of the contest would be given up to 40 per cent scholarship on admission fees in any member institute.

EMPLOYEES LEARNING TRAITS OF COMPUTERS
- The training programme on ‘office Management’ is organized at Jila Panchayat for the administrative officers and employees. On the fourth day, Digisha Shukla informed about the besic of concept of computer to participants.

AWARENESS CAMPAIGNS MUST TO PROMOTE VOLUNTARY BLOOD DONATION: DR MISHRA
“Blood can be replaced by itself there is no substitute for blood,”said Dr Sanjay Mishra during a blood donation camp organized to mark world blood donors day.


13/06/2012



GOOD NEWS! 24X7 CENTRAL FLOOD CONTROL ROOM ESTABLISHED AT JMC
Jabalpur municipal corporation (JMC), on Tuesday established central flood control room at head quarters. The control room would work round-the-clock.

PROCESSION TAKEN OUT TO DISCOURAGE CHILD LABOUR
On the occasion of world day against child labour, a prabhat pheri was taken out and seminar was organized under national child labour dominated area gohalpur.

CABINET SANCTIONS 3070 POST TO BOOST HORTICULTURE DEVELOPMENT
In an important decision towards giving a fillip to agriculture and horticulture, a Cabinet meeting chaired by chief minister shivraj singh chouhan on Tuesday sanctioned creation of 3,070 posts in Horticulture department.

DR. MISHRA€S EXHIBITION CONCLUDES WITHNESSING RUSH OF ART ADMIRERS
A symposium was organized on the concluding ceremony of solo drawing exhibition by Dr. Muktamani Mishra, at Dr. Heeralal Rai Kala Vithika, Rani Durgavati Museum, on Tuesday.

JMC REMOVES 25 ENCROACHERS FROM BHAWARTAL GARDEN ROAD
Deputy Commissioner Rakesh Ayechi informed that the action was taken under the ongoing drive carried out to remove temporary encroachments creating hurdle in traffic.


12/06/2012



SHEKHAR SINGH€S NOBLE GESTURE TO POOR COUPLE
Shekhar Singh, member of District Vigilance Committee, and general Secretary of youth congress, showed king gesture by arranging a marriage of couple belonging to economically weaker section of society.

M-I-C AYES FUNDS FOR INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT OF CITY
The meeting approved huge sum for construction of four lane road from Birsa Munda crossing to Urdana nullah, renovation of both swimming pools at Bhawartal garden, appointment of security guards to protect important public properties, construction of WBM roads, development of Umaghat etc.

PROGRAMME HELD ON NUTRITIOUS DIET FOR ADOLESCENT GIRLS
The programme was organized under the banner of Regional Publicity of union ministry of information and broadcasting ,with the support of women and child development department, Jabalpur and shahpura.

SEMINAR ON FUTURE PROSPECTS IN TELECOM INDUSTRY ON 13TH
A Seminar on ‘Telecom- The road Ahead and Emerging Avenues’ would be organized at Bharat Ratna Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar Institute of Telecom Training,on June13 from 11 am onwards.

CHILDREN DRAWING COMPETITION ON JUNE 13
The Gunjan Kala Sadan (GKS) would conduct summer season’s Child Drawing Competition on Wednesday June 13, 2012 from 4 pm to 5pm at Dreamland Fun Park, Civic Centre, and Jabalpur.


11/06/2012



WORK WORTH RS 2608 CR SANCTIONED UNDER RURAL ELECTRIFICATION SCHEME
Under Rural Electrification Scheme, 52 schemes worth Rs 2608 crore have been sanctioned for all the districts of the state.

MICROBIAL PROTEIN PRODUCTION CAN HELP TO COPE WITH DIMINISHING RESOURCES
It has been reported that in India, the protein gap would continue to increase unless planned measures are adopted to handle the situation.

OVER 1,19,682 SOIL HEALTH CARDS ISSUED TO FARMERS
To Ensure famers best yield from soil, Farmers get best yield from soil, Farmers Welfare and Agriculture Development Department has set a target to conduct soil testing of each agriculture land in the state.

BRM OPPOSES RISING INFLOW OF BANGLADESHI IMMIGRANTS
Bharat Raksha Manch (BRM) conducted a grand public meeting and public awareness rally to oppose protection to Bangladeshi immigrants who are creating unemployment.

NATIONAL INTEGRATION CAMP AT DPS, MANDLA RD, OFF TO COLOURFUL START
the motto of developing a better world of self- fulfillment and inculcating a sense of playing a constructive role in the society, a seven-day national integration camp of Bharat Scouts and Guides was inaugurated.


09/06/2012



MAN KILLED AS TRACTOR RAMS INTO TRUCK
In a tragic incident, a man was killed after a speeding truck applied sudden brakes due to which the tractor was crushed resulting into his spot death.

SAMPLES OF PACKAGED DRINKING WATER, COLD DRINKS COLLECTED
- A combined team conducted inspection of two beverage and collected samples of packaged drinking water and cold drinks, on Friday.

SAVE TREES TO CONSERVE WATER, TREES ARE FRIENDS: DR DALSINGH BISEN
“Trees are those friends of human being without whom, environment imbalance would take over our planet for generations to come.

FIRE DEPTT RESTART DRIVE ON SAFETY NORMS AT PETROL PUMPS, GAS AGENCIES
Most of the petrol pumps and gas agencies in the city lack necessary firefighting equipment and do not pay attention to safety norms.

RLY ENFORCES SYSTEM TO STOP MISUSE OF TATKAL TICKET
The method of locked code would also ensure that enhanced issue of ticket done during the peak hours of Tatkal ticket would get circumscribed and would minimize any attempt made by reservation staff who induced by travel agents and dalal stress themselves to deliver maximum nuber of Tatkal ticket.


08/06/2012



IGNOU STARTS BPP COURSE
- Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) has started BPP course for those students who could not complete their higher education due to some reason.

€FARMERS MUST COLLECT FERTILIZER ON PRIORITY€
“Farmers should be motivated to collect fertilizer priority much before initiating farm works”, said Divisional commissioner Deepak Khandelkar addressing a meeting of Agriculture Depatment on Thursday.

INCOME TAX DEPARTMENT ORGANIZES SEMINAR ON TDS
The Income Tax Department organized a seminar on Tax Deduction at Source norms at Collectorate Conference Hall in order to creats awareness amongst officials and employees about TDS.

HEALTH DEPTT INCHARGE REGULARLY MONITORING PRE-MONSOON WORK
Though Jabalpur Municipal Corporation (JMC) has been toiling hard to ensure hassle free monsoon but average pace of pre- monsoon cleaning work is becoming a cause of concern for the ruling party members in JMC.

HINDU SEWA PARISHAD MEMBERS PITCH IN TO CLEAN POLLUTED RIVERS
Members of Hindu Sewa Parishad have initiated a drive to conserve and clean up rivers passing through the districts. On Thursday, members of Hindu Sewa Parishad visited the banks of river Gaur Situated on Mandla Road.


07/06/2012



ALL INDIA PASSENGER SECURITY HELPLINE PROJECT IN THE OFFING
Infact, approval for this work has been given green signal during presentation of Railway Budget 2012-13 As per the declared formet, existing RPF helplines will be integrated with an all india passenger helplines to facilitate faster response to security needs.

MAWE ESTABLISHES MARKETING INCUBATOR
Mawe has established a marketing incubator to redress problems of smaller women entrepreneurs who produce attractive products and edible products at home.

SWAMI SWAROOPANAND SARASWATI APPEALS CENTRE TO MAINTAIN CLEANLINESS IN GANGA
Jagatguru Shankaracharya Swami Swaroopannad Saraswati has appealed to the Centre to maintain cleanliness in holy Ganga.

WCR ADDS COACHES TO SEVEN TRAINS
In the series of providing best facilities to passengers; West Central Railway (WCR) administration has added additional coaches in 7 different trains.

350 STUDENTS WITNESS RARE ASTRONOMICAL EVENT €TRANSIT OF VENUS€
More than 350 students and people of Sanskhardhani witnessed the rarest astronomical event ‘Transit of Venus’ which was occurred on Wednesday morning. This Transit of Venus occurs when the plant Venus passed directly between the Sun and Earth.


06/06/2012



NO HEADWAY TO DEVELOP DISTT AS TOURIST HUB!
Tall claims of developing the district into a tourism hub are proving hollow as the State Government and other authorities concerned have not yet implemented the projects meant for the purpose.

GSE TEAM OF ROTARY DISTRICT 3260 LEAVES FOR SOUTH KOREA
Five members of Group Study Exchange (GSE) team of Rotary District 3260 departed to visit Rotary District 3680 (South Korea). The team, education standard, life style, way of living etc.

GREEN GESTURE: PEOPLE€S LADIES CLUB PLANTS SAPLINGS
On the occasion of World Environment Day, people’s Ladies Club organized a grand plantation programme at People’s Campus,on Tuesday.

HELP CENTRES FOR ON-LINE ADMISSION TO REMAIN OPEN ON HOLIDAYS TOO
Department of Higher Educationhas issued directions that all the colleges would not close the Help Center on holidays. The professors who are deployed for carrying out on-line admission for the academic session 2012-13, should continue the works on off day also.


05/06/2012



JOURNEY FOR FREEDOM ENTHRALLS ALL AT DRAMA FEST
On the second day, a drama Journey for Freedom directed by Praveen Kumar Gunjan. This story raised the social issues of partition.

GRC OFFICERS TAKE UP DESILTATION OF HARI SAGAR LAKE
The centre id truly dedicated to the adopted slogan’Every Grenadier A Green Warrior’. The Shramdaan was performed by Officers, JCOs, Jawans and Recruits of GRC with the great enthusiasm.

PATIENTS REFUSE TO ACCEPT MEAL AT VICTORIA HOSPITAL
Patients at the district hospital (Victoria Hospital) refused to accept the meal given to them in the evening complaining that sub-standard food served to them every night.

JAN SUNWAI AT JMC TODAY
During the public hearing camp senior officials take applications and listen to complaints of people who visit the camp. The officials during the Shivir only forward the applications to officials of concerned department for redressal of complaints.


04/06/2012



NATURAL HEALING DYING AS MEDICINAL PLANTS BEING IGNORED
Medicinal plants growing in Mawai, Ghughri, Mohegaon and other villages of Mandla district. All these medicinal plants are very beneficial for various diseases like TB Malaria, skin stomach pain and paralysis.

JMC FIRE DEPTT TO CHECK SAFETY MEASURES AT HOSPITALS, EDN INSTTS
The Fine and Building Department of Jabalpur Municipal Corporation (JMC) would soon restart the drive to check fire safety and life security arrangements at hospitals and educational institutions within municipal limits.

CITIZENS PAY TRIBUTES TO EMPEROR PRITHVIRAJ CHOUHAN
The Emperor Prithviraj Chouhan Mission celebrated 846th birth anniversary of pride of India Emperor Prithviraj Chouhan at Dreamland Fun Park, Marhatal.

SOIL HEALTH IN STATE BECOMES A CAUSE OF ANXIETY FOR GOVT
Though Madhya Pradesh has recorded a high production rate, but soil health is in critical phase. Lack of co-ordination between research institutions, Agriculture Department’s field staff and farmers creates concern in future perspectives.


02/06/2012



CHEMISTS
Offering a service to the visitors coming to Dawa Bazar, Civic Centre, in summer, the members of Jabalpur Chemists and Druggists Association dedicated water cooler for public use.

INDUSTRY- FRIENDLY POLICY CAN MAKE M€KOSHAL PROSPEROUS
- Mahakoshal region would have to wait for industrial and business growth, even after having sound potential to become a industrial hub especially in food, tourism, mining

GOLBAZAAR CRICKET ACADEMY, BADDA DADA CLUB ADVANCE IN CRICKET
Golbazaar Cricket Academy and Badda Dada Club entered the next round of Ishwari Prasad Memorial Cricket Tournament on Friday.

PAN KIOSKS FLOURISH NEAR EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTES
Violating rules of state Government, the kiosks of pan masala, gutkha are still situated near the areas of educational institutions. Without fear of local administration these kiosks are providing all the products of tobacco to school and college students.


01/06/2012



CHILDREN LEARN VALUABLE TIPS IN SPORTS CAMP AT RANITAL COMPLEX
- In the camp, basic techniques of games is being imparted to the participants by coaches and trainers. The main aim of camp is to help in children in their overall development.

SWAMI CHAITANYANAND ASKS TO KEEP NARMADA RIVER CLEAN
- Narmada Sewa Abhiyanam coordinator Swami Chaitanyanand carried out a rally from Bagulamukhi temple. A number of dignitaries of city and social workers also participated in the rally.

WCRMS TO ORGANIZE CALLIGRAPHY TRAINING CAMP FROM JUNE 1 TO 10
With an aim to teach art of writing and to improve the writing of children,West Central Railway Mazdoor Sangh (WCRMS) would organized a calligraphy training camp from June 1-10, for children of railway employees. The camp would start from June 1, from 8 am to 9am.

MAYOR REACHING OUT TO EVERYONE TO MAKE RUN JABALPUR SUCCESSFUL
On Thursday, he organized a meeting of city builders them to extend full support for the noble cause.


30/05/2012



CONGRESS PROTEST FOR WATER AT RANJHI FILTRATION PLANT
A large number of Congress leaders, members, on Tuesday, staged massive protest in front of Ranjhi Filtration Plant against alleged black marketing of water through supply due to employees negligence.

AWARENESS MUST TO TACKLE ASTHMA, SAYS DR. PAEDIATRICIAN MUKESH KHARE
“The number of Asthma patients are nearer to the diabetes patients in India. Social stigma about to the use of inhaler among children should be cleared, so that proper treatment can be initiated.

LIFE LINE EXP TO ARRIVE IN KATNI FOR MONTH
long visit from June 25- The world’s first mobile railway hospital would be stationed at Katni Railway station for one month. The life line express would arrive Katni on June 25.

APPLICATION INVITED FOR CHIEF MINISTER€S EXCELLENCE AWARD
Applications have been invited for the Chief Minister’s Excellence Awards for outstanding government employees, upto June 5. The awards will be given based on performance of employees, registered between April 1, 2011 to March 31, 2012.

CENT PERCENT RESULT OF BALAK MANDIR SCHOOL IN XII EXAM
Overall result of class 12 of Balak Mandir Higher Secondary School in Science and Commerce fraternity is percent.


29/05/2012



€STRAY DOGS€ MENACE ON RISE, JMC ON SNOOZE MODE
Rapid increase in population of canines in one of the biggest nuisances the city is facing these days. With increase in stray dog population, dog- biting cases are also rising rapidly.

NARENDRA CHANCHAL€S MELODIES CAPTIVATE ALL AT MATA KI CHOWKI
A Grand religious programme Mata Ki Chowki was organized at Bandariya Tiraha, on Monday. The religious programme was organized under the auspices of Maa Vaishno Devi Teerth Yatra Samiti.

NOW, PASSENGERS TO BOARD TRAINS IN QUEUES
With an aim to provide relief to passengers traveling in unreserved coach, WCR has started new move by introducing queue system.

NEW RATION CARDS TO BE MADE FROM JUNE 1
All existing rations cards issued by the Jabalpur Municipal Corporation (JMC) would be deemed annulled. Process of fabricating new ration cards would start from June 1.

THREE FROM CITY IN DISTRICT MERIT LIST
Three students from Jabalpur have secured place in the district merit list. This year, all three were from Math Science streams and that too from Hindi Medium.


28/05/2012



URGENT NEED FOR CIVIC BODIES TO ENCOURAGE WATER CONSERVATION TECHNIQUES ACROSS CITY
The JMC can attract people by giving handsome rebate in property tax for establishing rain water harvesting system at their homes.

HEALTH RISKS INCREASE WITH USE OF PACKAGED DRINKING WATER
One, should be cautious, before consuming water packaged pouches and bottles about the packaging duration, name of brand and the quality standard quality marks, etc.

MPEB EMPLOYEES€ CO- OPERATIVE SOCIETY SPECIAL MEETING ON MAY 29
- A special co-operating would be organized at Co- operative Building, Shail Vihar, Rewa Colony, Rampur, on May 29, 5.40 pm onwards.

PRAKASH UTSAV OF GURU AMARDAS MAHARAJ CELEBRATED AT GWARIGHAT
Prakash Utsav of Guru Amardas Maharaj was celebrated at Gurudwara Gwarighat, on Sunday. The programme was organized under the banner of Management Gwarighat.


25/05/2012



PRIZE MONEY OF NATL GAMES MEDAL WINNERS DOUBLED
State Government has doubled the cash prize for the medal winners of 34th National Games. Double cash reward would be presented to medal winning players in individual event and team events.

SHAHEEDI DIWAS OF GURU ARJAN DEV TODAY
Shaheedi Diwas of Sartaj Guru Arjan Dev will be organized at Gurudwara Gurunanak Darbar Gorakhpur on Friday.

RS 933 CR WHEAT PURCHASED AT MSP IN JABALPUR DIVISION
- Wheat realization worth Rs 933 crore has been done in Jabalpur division at minimum support price (MSP). Similarly, a total of 6,73,000 lakh metric tonnes of wheat has been purchased in the division so far.

GIANTS GROUP OF JABALPUR HOLDS YOGA CAMP
Giants Group of Jabalpur organized week- long yoga camp which concluded on May 21. The aim of conducting the camp was to create awareness among public for being healthy.

RPF PERSONNEL ACT TOUGH AGAINST ILLEGAL CHAIN- PULLING
Continuing with the campaign for nabbing people for alarm chain puling (ACP).The Railway Protection several drives in the same direction.


24/05/2012



CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY ACCORDS ROUSING WELCOME TO NEW BISHOP
Members of Christian Community welcomed that new Bishop Dr.Philip S Messiah on his arrival at Dumna Airport on Wednesday. Member of community including Bishop P C Singh, Rev Vipin Lal, Rev Robert Ali, Rev Vipin Lal, Rev Robert Ali, Rev J C Lukes, Pastur Abhishek M Samuel, Sunil Singh, Sunny Dayal and many other worker of Christian Community.

6 SELECTED FOR NATIONAL THROW BALL CHAMPIONSHIP
Jabalpur district secured second position in the State- leve;l Throw ball boys and girls championship on the basis of performance, the six players have been selected to represent in the National Throw-Ball.

MPI COMMR INSPECTS REVENUE REALIZATION DRIVE
The Municipal Commissioner of Jabalpur Municipal Corporation (JMC) inspected revenue realization campaign at division number 13. During this, the Additional Commissioner and other officials of the division were also present on the occasion.

472 JAYANTI OF MAHARANA PRATAP SINGH SISODIA TODAYS
- It’s a matter of pride for Rajput community that a coin in the name of martyr Maharana Pratap Singh Sisodia was released on June 4, 2003. Before celebration of 472nd Jayanti of Maharana Pratap Singh Sisodia on May 24, Deepak Singh Rajput, founder of Samrat Prithviraj Chauhan Mission Kshatriya Rajput Samaj Sangathan informed this through a press release.


22/05/2012



KRISHI CABINET STRESSES ON SOIL HEALTH FOR BETTER YIELD
Every stake holder in agriculture sector is aware that soil health and crop production are two factors that needs to be focused to make production sustainable in future.

RATES OF FRUITS CROSSING NEW LIMITS WITH RISE IN MERCURY
With temperature crossing 42.9 degree Celsius on Monday, the natural supplements to beat the heat fresh juicy fruits are getting costlier while witnessing remarkable sales.

€PANCHAYAT TO SLOVE LAWYER€S WOES SOON€
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that panchayat would be convened for resolving problems of lawayers. He expressed these view in the function organised by District Bar Association in his honour at Sagar.

ABMP€S SKILL DEVPT CAMP FOR SPECIALLY- ABLE
Skill Development handicraft workshop organised by the Akhil Bharatiya Mahila Parishad (ABMP) in order to make deaf and dumb girls self – reliant is being organised where in, around 47 deaf and dumb students and 15 other girls participated.

€SIOI WORKING ON INCULCATING VALUES AMONG STUDENTS€
Condition of educational institutions run by minority and said that in this direction a wing of SIOI is working but this time at national level SIOI demanding reforms in current education system that support industry and not the society.


21/05/2012



LEADERS, MEMBERS ATTEND KABIR MAHAKUMBH INAUGURAL CEREMONY
The function was attended by large number of Kabeerpanth sect members and seers along with MP Bhupendra Singh,MLA Shailendra Jain, State SC Commission Presidfent Narayan Kabeerpanthi,EX MLA Sudha Jain, Mayor Anita Ahirwar and host of eminent citizen.

WCREU CARRIED A GK TEST FOR CHILDREN OF RAILWAY EMPLOYEES STUDYING BETWEEN CLASSES 3TO 8
Promoting healthy spirits among children towards learning; the youth wing of West Central Railway Employees Union (WCREU) conducted a General Knowledge Test for children of railway employees on Sunday.

PRABHAT PHERI TAKEN OUT ON GURY ARJUN DEV€S SHAHEDI PARV
To mark Shahedi Parv of Guru Arjun Dev, Prabhat Pheri was taken out from Gorakhpur Gurudwara at 4.30 am, on Sunday. Prabhat Pheri would continue till May 23, 2012.

APPLICATION INCITED FOR ANGANWADI ASSISTANT€S POST
Applications have been invited for the posts of assistant of Anganwadi under the Unified Women and Child Development Project Number 1 Urban Jabalpur by 23. The applications should be sent in prescribed proforma during hours.

MEDICAL COLLEGE RUNNING LOW ON BLOOD
Shortage of blood in the blood bank of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Medical College and Hospital (NSCBMCH), prime medical centre of the Mahakhoshal region, is causing serious problems to patients and their relatives.


19/05/2012



€SPEED UP WORK UNDER MGNREGS, COMPLETE ALL WORKS ON TIME€
Collector Bamara said, green plantation should be carried out on both the side of Hiran River and develops as Hiran Van, just as done in case of Narmada.

OSHIN BRINGS GLORY, BAGS 5 MEDALS
Swimmer, oshin Namdev bagged five medals in the recently held 34th District Level Swimming Competition.Oshin clinched 5 medals including 3 gold medals in 50 metres free style, 100 metres free style and 50 metres breaststroke while she claimed 2 silver medals in 200 metres free style and 50 metres butterfly.

FREE YOGA CAMP FOR GIANTS GROUP MEMBERS
Building healthy spirit among people for a healthy body and mind, a free yoga camp is being organised for members of Giants Group of Jabalpur at Tagore Garden.

FUTURE LOOKS BRIGHT AS 8 PVT PLANTS TO LIGHT UP STATE
Projects for ensuring availability of surplus electricity in the state. Establishment of all the eight power projects are under way as per time-bound programme and expected to be completed within three year


18/05/2012



ANAND TAKES STOCK OF CLEANLINESS DRIVE
Incharge of Health Department of Jabalpur Muncipal Corporation Manpreet Singh Anand along with senior officials,on Thursday,conducted surprise inspection of ongoing cleaning work of drains and nullahs in Ram Manohar Lohia and Madan Mahal wards.

SYMPOSIUM ON WATER CONSERVATION HELD AT BELA SINGH SCHOOL
A Symposium on conservation of water was organised at Rs Bela Singh Higher Secondary School, Madan Mahal. Teachers and higher officials of Education Department participated in the symposium.

JABALPUR RAILWAY DIVISION ADDS BERTHS IN SEVERAL TRAINS
Among these trains include,12411, 12189, 12192, 15010, 11464,12181 and 11472, will provide occupancy in different classes, especially in second class sleeper. Similarly berths are available in trains 12530,11451 and 11265 for AC chair car and second class chair car.

WORKSHOP ON TRAFFIC RULES AND SAFETY ORGANISED AT ARMY SCHOOL NO.2
A workshop was organised on traffic rules and road safety at Army School No.2 Jabalpur. It is a part of the ongoing summer camp.


17/05/2012



NO OF HIGH BP PATIENTS TO RISE BY 2025
“Every year, May 17, is dedicated to World Hypertension Day (WHD). This is an initiative of the World Hypertension League (WHL) to create awareness towards blood pressure.

CIVIC CENTER TURNING INTO A €HEAVEN€ FOR ENCROACHERS
Civic Center at Marhatal, is easily truning into a center of temporary and permanent encroachment of fast food centres, chat center chicken and family restaurants.

ROUSING WELCOME ACCORDED TO NEW PRESIDENT, EXECUTIVE MEMBERS OF ISAI MAHASANGH
Newly elected President and executive members of Isai Mahasangh were welcomed in a grand manner in presence of nominated MLA LB Lobo and Corporator Amreesh Mishra.

WATER SUPPLY TO BE DELAYED BY 1 HR TODAY
Morning water supply from Gullaua overhead tank and Medical overhead will be partially affected while evening water supply will be delayed while evening water supply will be delayed by one hour on Thursday.


16/05/2012



YOGA HELPS BUILD A HEALTHY BODY
According to information,yoga trainer Shankarlal Jadiya will be training from 6 am to 7 am daily till May 21 at Tagore Garden. The camp is being well organised in co- ordination of office- bearers of the club.

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A grand awareness programme on National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) was organised by regional publicity of Union Ministry of Information and Broadcasting at village Nipania near Panagar.

REGIONAL PF OFFICERS RAID LNCT, EXPOSE FLAWS
On May 18. Regional provident Fund Commissioner Ajay Mehra informed that the irregularieties are not limited to LNCT management, but a number of institutions and organizations are depriving their employees of provident fund benefits for saving their shares.

PROPER LIFESTYLE, GOOD DIET, WALKING BEST WAY TO KEEP DIABETES AT BAY
“Balanced lifestyle, balanced diet, regular walking is best treatment for diabetic patients. Regular monitoring of diabetic patients is the best way to keep check on increase of diabetics patients is the best way to keep check on increase of diabetics patients in our society.

WORKSHOP ON FOLK DANCE AT DESHMUKH PUBLIC SCHOOL FROM TODAY
Workshop on folk dance would be organised under the aegis of Sanskritik, Sahitik, Samajik Sanstha at Deshmukh Public School, Hathital, from May 16 to 31. Workshop would be organised from 8 am to 10 am. In the workshop, training of Bundelkhandi, Chhattisgarhi, Rajasthani and other folk dances would be provided.


15/05/2012



MULTI-ACTIVITY SUMMER CAMP BEGINS AT COLLEGE OF MATERIALS MANAGEMENT
Summer camp for the year 2012 is being conducted under the aegis of Family Welfare Organisation, College of Materials Management, Jabalpur, for children of all ranks.

NOBODY TO TAKE CHARGE OF SUSPENDED HEALTH DIRECTOR
“We have not yet given any officer the work charge of suspended health director Dr AN Mittal. We will assign work of Dr Mittal to any officer this week.”

GIVE PRIORITY TO APPOINTMENT OF DISABLED IN GOVT OFFICES: BAMRA
The officials of finance branch should initiate action as per the orders of State Government pertaining to the appointment of disables in government offices, said District Collector Gulshan Bamra addressing the time limit meeting held on Monday.

SYMPOSIUM ON UPDATES IN THE CARDIAC, DIABETIC AND ENDOCRINE HELD
Symposium on updates in the cardiac, diabetic and endocrine was organised under the aupices of Jabalpur Endocrine Society the other day. Symposium on the updates in the treatment of cardiac, endocrine related disease in organised in the city for second year.

AJJAKS€ SACHDEV DEMANDS TO CLEAR AIR ON PROMOTION ISSUE
Non-Ajjaks bodies are demanding the State Government to end the system of providing reservations in promotions


14/05/2012



ON MOTHER€S DAY, HER WAIT CONTINUES
-‘Mothers Day’ has come and gone. But several mothers staying at senior citizen’s home in State capital have no reason to cheer. The worst part is many children are staying in nearby localities and they abandon their mothers in senior citizen home.

SOON, POLICEMEN TO GET NEW SAFETY GEARS FOR PROTECTION DURING RIOTS
That the police Headquarter (PHQ) has placed procurement orders of new safety gears to different companies recently under the anti-riots funds.

SERVING THE NEEDY PEOPLE IS TRUE SERVICE TO SOCIETY: DR. MANIKA PANSEY
Speaking on the occasion, famous ophthalmologist Dr. Manika Pansey said that serving the needy people is true serving the needy people is true service to society.

CM INAUGURATES 36 SEPARATED FEEDERS
Out of a total of 174 feeders in the district. Completion of feeder separation project will provide 24 hour electricity to a total of 1315 villages in the district. The project will be completed with an expected expenditure of Rs 156 crore.


12/05/2012



MOMENTUM CLASSES CRASH COURSE BATCHES FROM TODAY
Leading coaching institution of the region, Momentum Classes will start its first summer course batches for IIT, AIEEE and Medical entrance examinations from May12, 15 and 18.

NAVYUG COLLEGE BED STUDENT€S CULTURAL PROGRAMME TODAY
- BEd students of Navyug College would organize weekly cultural programmes for overall development and in the series, a cultural programme would be organised on May 12 from 2 pm onwards.

30 TRIBAL WOMEN TAKE PART IN TRAINING PROGRAMME
A total of 30 tribal women participated in the seven- day training programme organised to prepare antimoisture and boxes to save food grain from rats under the guidance of Madhya Paradesh Science and Technology Council.

CHOUHAN TO INAUGURATE RAMNAGRA WATER FILTRATION PLANT TODAY
According to the official programme, Shivraj Singh Chouhan would inaugurate Ramnagara Water Filtration plant.


11/05/2012



MUSICAL TRIBUTE PAID TO TALAT MAHMOOD
Paying tributes to king of melodious voice Talat Mahmood on his 14th death anniversary, a musical evening ‘Swaranjali’ was organised under the aegis of Rotary Club of Jabalpur.

CITY€S MANJEET SINGH SHINES AT ASIAN POWERLIFTING CHAMPIONSHIP
Jabalpur’s Manjeet Singh bagged gold silver and bronze medals in the recently held Asian Powerlifting Championship. He accorded a rousing welcome on his arrival to the home town at Jabalpur Railway Station.

JABALPUR CANTONMENT BOARD PROVIDES FREE TRAINING ON SELF
defence to kids- With an aim to provide training on physical fitness and self- defence to the school children, a free training camp is being organised at Swami Vivekanand Cant Model Higher Secondary School from May 5 to 30.

STATE GOVT TO MAKE PREGNANCY TERMINATION LAW MORE STRINGENT
Making the pregnancy termination law more stringent, the State Government has decided to incorporate an important clause in Termination of Pregnancy Act which seeks the details of siblings before carrying out any abortion.

HC ASKS JABALPUR COLLECTOR, SP OTHERS TO CHECK MISUSE OF OXYTOCIN BY DAIRY OWNERS
The division bench has given these directions in the matter of misusing Oxytocin by dairy farmer to cattle for more milk production.


10/05/2012



SEMINAR ON ROAD SAFETY, TRAFFIC ORGANISED AT DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, NAGPUR ROAD
A Seminar on Road Safety and Traffic was organised during NCC Camp at Delhi Public School, Nagpur Road. In the camp around 350 cadets participated.

JABALPUR DISTRICT WIN €A GRADE€ FOR EXCELLENT WORK IN MGNREGS
Jabalpur district added one more record in the working of Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employmnent Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS). On the basis of excellent working, the district won-A Grade, for the works of MGNREGS.

SUMMER CAMP ZEST-2012 OF ARMY SCHOOL CONCLUDES TODAY
Summer Camp ZEST-2012 of Army School No.1, under the aegis of The renadiers Regimental Centre would be concluded in a grand manner on May 10.

LADY GUIDES TO BE INTRODUCED FOR OTHER NATIONAL PARKS OF STATE
First selected batch of around 7 guides along with other 13 male guides has been already provided their initial training under the board. Know how of jungle, eco- friendly manners and other major associated aspects of forest tracking and jungle safaris have been directed out.

CMHOS ASKED TO AGAINST PATHOLOGY, MTP CENTRES FOR IRREGULARITIES
The State Health Department has issued directions to Chief Medical and Health Officer to launch comprehensive drive by taking help of concern SDM and other officials.


09/05/2012



MALARIA DEPARTMENT EMPLOYEES ARE ILLEGALLY SELLING MOSQUITO KILLING DRUGS TO FARMERS
The Malaria and dengue cases in the district are on rise and on the other hand, there are allegations against six Malaria employees of illegally selling mosquito killing drugs to farmers to use it as pesticides.

PUBLIC REPRESENTATIVES OF CANTONMENT BOARD TO TAKE OUT RALLY TODAY
Public representatives will also take out a grand rally for highlighting development works in the area from 5 pm onwards on Wednesday.

€DISTRICT ADMIN€S ACTION AGAINST MILK MAFIA MERE FORMALITY€
Jai Jabalpur and Junior Lawyers Association has termed the action against milk mafia mere formality on the part of the administration. The ultimatum of 24 hours appears to be fake and willpower of taking action against milk mafia even after 24 also appears ineffective.

MP TOURISM TO LAUNCH HERBAL TOURISM IN STATE VERY SOON
Madhya Pradesh Tourism is pursuing an ambitious proposal concerning to Herbal Tourism in Madhya Pradesh, especially to capitalize local tribal communities know how about medicinal plants and its how about medicinal plants and its effective use in treatment of various diseases.


08/05/2012



MAGICIAN NIGAM€S WORKSHOP TODAY
Magician S K Nigam would teach children 10 pocket item magic tricks at South Avenue Mall on May 8 10 from 5 PM.

JEWELLERS REJOICE AFTER FM ANNOUNCES EXCISE DUTY WITHDRAWAL
Members of Jabalpur Sarafa Association taking out a victory procession after recent provisions made on jewellery industry on excise duty roll back by Union Minister, on Monday.

MAYOR URGES GWARIGHAT RESIDENTS TO AVOID RUMOURS AGAINST JMC
Mr. Sahu also appealed the residents of Gwarighat to avoid rumours by miscreants and help Jabalpur Municipal Corporation (JMC) in executing development works.

SPORADIC RAIN DAMAGES TONES OF WHEAT
Unseasonal rainfull on Sunday evening in parts of Bhopal,Ujjain , Sagar and Indore divisions has reportedly damaged the wheat of farmers in large quantity which is lying under open sky in different mandis.


07/05/2012



€STUDENTS MUST OPT FOR EDUCATION WHICH LEADS TO JOBS€
“Students should opt for education which leads to jobs,”said former MLA Bhawat Prasad Guru. He was addressing the concluding ceremony of the foundation month at Hariavatar College at Patan on Sunday as chief guest.

TIMEY ACTION AVERTS MAJOR FIRE MISHAP
Timely action averted a major mishap near Bus Stand on Sunday. Had the fire fighters not doused the fire in time or it had occurred during night, the situation could have been worse.

114 CARS FINED FOR USING DARK FILMS ON WINDOWS
As Many as 114 cars and other four- wheelers were fined in a move initiated by traffic police. The police team intercepted four-wheelers passing through Bloom Chowk, Choti Line Phatak, Ghamapur Chowk.

MUSICAL NITE ORGANIZED TO PAY TRIBUTES TO NAUSHAD ALI ON 6TH DEATH ANNIVERSARY
To pay rich tributes to father of music, Naushad Ali, on his 6th death anniversary, Old IS Gold, a music group organized musical programme, Ek Sham Naushad Ke Naam.

FOETICIDE STILL RAMPANT, NURSING HOMES AVOIDING TO GIVE EXACT REPORTS
It is very shocking being in the that in Madhya Pradesh, about 2.5 lakh children died before taking birth: they are being killed legally.


05/05/2012



IRKED YC ACTIVISTS PROTEST DELAY IN DAMOH NAKA
ITI road construction- To protest delay in construction of Damoh Naka- ITI road, Youth Congress activists burnt the effigy of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Minister Ajay Vishnoi and MLA Sharad Jain at Damoh Naka on Friday.

COLLECTOR INSPECTS PURCHASE CENTRES
District Collector Gulshan Bamra inspected different rural areas and wheat purchase centres. At the centre, Barela purchase was found systematic but due scarcity of sacks.

SLAUGHTER HOUSES TO REMAIN CLOSED ON SUNDAY
Following the State Government’s order, both slaughter houses of the Jabalpur Municipal Corporation (JMC) would remain closed on the account of Buddha Poornima, on Sunday.

SEMINAR ON TDS DEDUCTION HELD
With an aim to upgrade knowledge about new introduces a seminar on TDS deduction was held at meeting hall of Jabalpur Divisional Railway, Manager Office on Thursday.


04/05/2012



4 PATIENTS FAINT WHILE QUEUING FOR MEDICINES
More than 4 patients including a woman fell unconscious in scorching sunlight while in the queue to take medicines from the pharmacy counter at (CGHS) Dispensary Number1.

CAMP ORGANIZED ON WORLD ASTHMA DAY AT CENTRAL RAILWAY HOSPITAL
Observing World Asthma Day, a joint programme was held at Central Railway Hospital, Jabalpur, under direction of Medication Director Dr. Iqbal Singh on Thursday.

STATE GOVT TO ESTABLISH €GRAM AROGYA KENDRA€ IN EVERY VILLAGE
State Government would soon establish ‘Gram Arogya Kendra’ (GAK) in each village. The State Government issued order to establish GRK at each village, recently.

€EVERY PERSON SHOULD MAKE EFFORTS TO SAVE ENERGY€
“Every person should make efforts towards conserving energy as its conservation is essential for better tomorrow. Conservation of energy will help to maintain nature and financial security”. Said former Mayor Vishwanath Dubey.

POSTAL STAMP IN MEMORY OF RAMGOPAL MAHESHWARI
Central Government will release a postal stamp in the memory of late Ramgopal Maheshwari, founder Chief Editor of leading Hindi daily Nav Bharat, published from Maharashra, Chhatisgarh and Madhya Pradesh.


03/05/2012



€DUGDH SANGH SHOULD PROVIDE BETTER SERVICES TO PUBLIC€
Considering several challenges and issues regarding milk price hike Minister for Animal Husbandry Ajay Vishnoi chaired a combined meeting of all the office- bearers and members of Jabalpur Dugdh Sangh on Wednesday.

THREE- DAY TRAINING PROGRAMME ON CHILD LABOUR EVOKES GOOD RESPONSE
In this training, pre primary teachers along with village or ward management committee members were educated about Mahatama Gandhi Rural and Training Institute Adhartal.

€EVERY PANCHAYAT TO HAVE PASHUPALAK SANGH€
Pashupalak sangh will be constituted in every panchayat and vatsa palan protsahan yojna will be implemented for promoting indigenous species of cattle.

COLLECTION OF MILK SAMPLES CONTINUES
Drug laboratory Bhopal, one for local test at Dugdh sangh laboratory and one samples was given to related for his own test reports while two part samples were stored by the district administration in any emergency.


02/05/2012



BJYM€S ANTI- TOBACCO DRIVE FROM TODAY
Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) would conduct a public awareness drive from May 2 to 6 in Jabalpur division to stop the sale of tobacco products.

YC BREAKS EARTHEN POTS AT JMC GARHA OFFICE AGAINST WATER SCARCITY
A Large number of Youth Congress (YC) activists, on Tuesday broke earthen pots at Garha Zone office at Jabalpur Municipal Corporation (JMC) to vent ire against water scarcity in Garha region.

DRIVE OF COLLECTING MILK SAMPLES CONTINUES
The district administration continued the drive of collecting samples from dairy milk distribution centres of dairy farmers by constituting two separate teams and collected samples along with prize tag for selling milk after performing panchnama.

ROHANI GIVES RS 51,000 FOR DIALYSIS MACHINE
Speaker of state assembly Ishwardas Rohani has provided Rs 51,000 for maintenance of dialysis machine at Seth Govinddas Hospital (Victoria Hospital).


01/05/2012



ANGANWADI WORKERS IN NEW ATTIRE FROM TODAY
Anganwadi workers would wear cream coloured saree with dark maroon border while assistants would wear maroon saree.

NO FREE ELECTRICITY TO POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANIES€RETIRED EMPLOYEES/OFFICERS
We have withdrawn 25 percent free unit facility from our company’s retired officers and employees and in this connection a circular has already been issued.

ONE MONTH BOXING CAMP FROM TODAY
Month- Long summer coaching camp of boxing would be organized from May 1 to May 30, under the aegis of District Sports and Youth Welfare Department at Ranital Sports Complex.

HAMARA JABALPUR INSTALLS WATER COOLER ON GWARIGHAT ROAD
Extending services to humanity, members of Hamara Jabalpur, in joint coordination with eminet personality a water cooler has been placed at Gwarighat Road.

ASHA, ANMS WILL INFORM CMHOS ABOUT SERIOUS DISEASES ON PHONE
Now the Accredited social Health Activists (ASHA) and Auxiliary Nursing Midwife (ANMs) will give information about serious illness and epidemics in the villages directly to the Chief Medical and Health officer (CMHO) concerned on phone, so that he could take immediate action and efforts to line up the health services in rural areas.


30/04/2012



RPF TEAM NAB 2 TICKET TOUTS
IN a JOINT drive held on basis of tip of informers, a team of Railway Protection Force (RPF) staffers nabbed two ticket touts from Deori near Jabalpur Railway Station on Sunday.

TWO SEATS FOR ONLINE PATWARI EXAMINATION RESERVED
AS PER the directions of state Administration two seats for online patwari examination are reserved for disabled candidate out of 36 vacant posts.

BUDDING SINGER SUDHANSHU TO PERFORM ON DOORDARSHAN€S MUSICAL PROGRAMME TODAY
Budding singer Sudhanshu adding feathers glory to the city, would perform on Bharat ki shaan, a musical reality show being telecasted on National Channel of Doordarshan on April 30 at 9.30 pm.

TEMP TO REMAIN DRY FOR NEXT 24 HOURS
The summers of 2012 remain engulfed with hide and seek of clouds and sudden storms. Sunday, like the other previous days of past week also remained partially cloudy during course of different hit on the clock.

MONTH-LONG SUMMER CAMP FROM MAY 1
Month-long summer coaching camp of various events will be organized under the aegis of sports authority of India, Jabalpur centres from May 1 at different training halls and ground.


27/04/2012



WCR GENERATES 38 PER CENT MORE REVENUE FROM LAST YEAR
To ensure best facilities to passengers WCR has attached 354 extra coaches to decrease the waiting list and provide maximum facilities to passengers in peak season.

SAFETY IN HOSPITALS: JMC€S FIRE, BUILDING DEPTT RESTART DRIVE
The Fire and Building Department of (JMC) has restarted the drive to check safety and security arrangements at hospitals from Wednesday onwards.

DASTAK FOUNDATION CONSTITUTED TO PROVIDE NECESSARY HELP TO COMMON MAN
Dastak Foundation, a social group had been constituted to provide necessary help to common man who had been victims of exploitation and corruption in the past and face during execution of his duties in daily life informed founder president Ram Babu. Foundation would redress after conducting inquiry on the truth ness of complaint registered with them.

COMMOTION REPORTED FROM RTO LEARNING LICENSE OFFICE
Commotion was reported from RTO learning office, situated near Aga Chowk, as some unidentified miscreants reportedly entered the office and attempted to set fire on documents of the RTO office.


26/04/2012



JYOTIRADITYA SCINDIA TO ADDRESS PARTY WORKERS ON 3RD
Commerce and Industry Minister, Jyotiraditya Scindia would be arriving to Dumna Airport Jabalpur on May3, 2012 at 9 am from Delhi.

CM URGES THOMAS TO MAKE GUNNY BAGS AVAILABLE
MADHYA Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan called on Union Minister of State for Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution Prof K V Thomas in New Delhi and appealed him to make gunny bags available in requisite number requisite number regulary.

MSM DEDICATED MAHARASHTRA INSTT OF HIGHER EDN
On the pious occasion of Akshaya Tritiya, Maharashra Shikshan Mandal inaugurated Maharashra Institute of Higher Education in a graceful manner at Mahakoshal Higher Secondary School premises.

DISEASES SPREADING TENTACLES WITH RISE IN MOSQUITO MENACE
Malaria, cerebral malaria,chikungunya, filarial and the list of diseases seems to be endless spreading due to rise in different species of mosquitoes in various city areas.


25/04/2012



PARSHURAM JAYANTI CELEBRATED
The Sanadhya Brahman Vikas Parishad celebrated Lord Parashuram Jayanti by welcoming the procession at Adhartal.

CHIEF SECRETARY VAISH REVIEWES PRELIMINARY PREPARATIONS FOR 3RD GLOBAL INVESTORS€ SUMMIT
Chief secretary vaish exhorted the principal secretaries and secretaries of various department to ensure success of the proposed summit.

RELAXED MIND CAN PREVENT SEVERAL DISEASES, SAYS KIRAN
“MIND is the root cause of the many diseases that can be cure by adopting techniques of mind- body medicine, such as relaxation, positive thinking, guided visualization, medication.

NOW, STATE GOVT TO GRANT SCHOLARSHIPS FOR SPORTS
In order to encourage talented players in the State, government would provide financial assistance to players under the head of sports scholarship.


24/04/2012



STATE GOVT TO SET UP LAND BANK FOR DEVPT OF SOLAR PARKS
A land bank will be set up by identifying lands for development of solar parks in the state. Initially 2000 hectrare land will be identified.

SPEECH THERAPY FOR DEAF TODAY
Free speech therapy for deaf and dump persons would be organized under the aegis of sammanvay Seva Kendra Akshaya Tritiya April24.

MPCC EX- SERVICEMEN CELL€S MEETING HELD
An important meeting of the Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee (Ex Servicemen) cell held to discuss various issues related to the ex- servicemen.

OFFICIALS VIGILANT TO PREVENT CHILD MARRIAGES ON AKSHAY TRITIYA
District collector Gulshan Bamra has directed officials to remain vigilant for prevention of child marriages on the occasion of Akshay Tritiya.


20/04/2012



ALL SCHOOLS CLOSED FROM TODAY
Collector Gulshan Bamra has issued order that all private, government and semi-government schools of city would be closed from April 20,2012 till the next orders, on Thursday.

VETERINARY STUDENTS DEMAND RE-STUCTURING OF DIPLOMA COURSE
Students stated that there are a large number of irregularities in the pattern of the course, one of which is that there is no reservations or concessions for ST/SC/OBC students.

SOIL TESTING FOR PLANTATION BECOMING ESSENTIAL TOOL
Providing right milieu for better planting results, adopting soil testing technique is also being taken as dependable method to resolve many environmental issue. It helps diagnose soil health and evolve soil specific solutions.

MANAS BHAWAN RENOVATION IN FULL SWING
(JMC) has expedited efforts to provide modern art gallery and renovate Manas Bhawan for city art lovers. Under the same, it has been renovating and beautifying the auditorium with a cost of Rs.2.38 crore.


19/04/2012



ELECTIONS OF ISAI MAHASANGH JABALPUR UNIT CONDUCTED
AMID enthusiasm, elections for office- bearers and representatives of Madhya Pradesh Isai Mahasangh Jabalpur unit were successfully held the other day at Nirmala Church,Ghamapur.

RAGHUVEER AMBAR€S DRAWING EXHIBITION FROM TODAY
Vibechana Theatre group and Etyadi group would organize a three days drawing exhibition of famous artist Raghuveer Ambar of Gwalior School of Art from April 19 to April 22, at Rani Durgavati Museum’s Heeralal Art Gallery.

PLEA DEMANDING STAY ON GUTKA BAN REJECTED
A division bench of the Madhya Pradesh High Court has rejected the application praying for stay on the state Government’s order relating to total ban on pan masala, gutka and other tobacco products for selling and stocking the same.

MPSEB DECLARES 7 PC DA HIKE FOR PENSIONERS
IT IS a good news for pensioners that the Madhya Pradesh State Electricity Board (MPSEB) has released orders for payment of seven percent increased dearness allowance to its pensioners.


18/04/2012



PATEL€S 8 YEARS HARDWORK FINALLY BEARS €RUDRAKSH€
In 8 years pf planting this tree in their orchid, Maniram Patel had successfully grown he plant and collected about 300 rudrakshs. According to Patel, these are ‘Do-Teen Mukhi Rudrakshs.

INNER WHEEL CLUB MEMBERS CELEBRATE BAISAKHI WITH GREAT ENTHUSIASM, JOY
AMIDST great enthusiasm and fun the festival of victory and prosperity enthralling new energies ‘Baisakhi’ was celebrated in joint coordination with the members of Innerwheel Club of Jabalpur recently.

BANK/PO ACCOUNTS MUST FOR PENSION:JMC
For receiving pension under the government schemes, beneficiaries need to open a saving account in any nationalized bank/post office, until which, no pension would be given.

STORY OF FORLORN LAMHETAGHAT TEMPLES
This temples was constructed during Gond period, in the 16 and 17 AD. It has seven different small temples and idols of different deities. This beautiful temple has its own value with heritage importance.


13/04/2012



CHILD MARRIAGE CASES DECLINE IN STATE: SURVEY
THE cases of child marriage have declined in Madhya Pradesh considerably as per the (SRS Survey) of government of India published recently.

SEVEN DPS STUDENTS WIN GOLD MEDALS IN ALL INDIA GANDHI PARISHAD
SEVEN students of Delhi public School (DPS), Mandla Road, won laurels for the school by winning six gold medals at the ‘Akhil Bharatiya Gandhi Parishad.

JABALPUR FOREST DIVISION BAMBOO MISSION LIKELY TO ACHIEVE SUCCESS
Jabalpur Forest Division of launching a specific programme for fire control is expected to witness major success for rehabilitation of bamboo forests.

RELIGIOUS FIGURES JOINTLY RAISE VOICE AGAINST DEMOLITION OF HINDU TEMPLES
-“ALL the religious figures of Sanskardhani jointly raised voice against demolishing Hindu temples in the city.


12/04/2012



NOW INFO ON GURUDWARA GWARIGHAT JUST A CLICK AWAY
The website has been launched to extend its services and inform everyone about facilities of Gurudwara Gwatighat Saheb.

ENSURE ADMISSIONS TO CHILDREN OF WEAKER SECTIONS IN PRIVATE SCHOOLS UNDER RTE
BAMRA-UNDER the Right to Education (RTE), admission of children from weaker and deprived sections should be ensured in private school.

ROTARY CLUB OF JABALPUR SOUTH ORGANIZES SEMINAR ON TEENAGERS
“SCIENTIFIC outlook ensures better understanding of thing and as compared to drawing imaginary lines of fantasy.

JABALPUR VET DIPLOMA COLLEGE AT IMALIYA INAUGURATED
“DEVELOPMENTS shuld be carried out with vision to future need,”said Animal Husbandry Minister Ajay Vihno.


11/04/2012



LAWYERS ABSTAIN FROM WORK
Advocates assembled at the District Court premises to protest against proposed service and professional tax on lawyers, on Tuesday



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