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News Updates

  • Student force at secondary level to be constituted in Govt schools

    Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Babulal Gaur has said that student force will be constituted in MP. The force will be constituted in Govt schools. According to information the police department has been asked to implement the scheme from Apr 1 next year. Apart from ensuring security in schools, the student force will also cooperate in traffic and crowd management as per requirement. It was informed that desiring students of senior secondary level would be included in the force. The students would be imparted physical training and handling of light weapons. After completing studies such students would be given priority in recruitment in the police force, if they so desire....

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  • RTO to become strict: Drunken drivers to lose licence

    Bhopal: With a view to curb road accidents, the Transport Department would be initiating strict measures like cancellation of driving licences of people driving drunk. Presenting the report card of his department, State’s Transport, Science & Technology & Public Services Management minister Bhupendra Singh said that driving licences of drunken drivers would be cancelled after investigation within a month. The minister informed about setting up of MP Intercity Transport Authority which would facilitate in construction of bus stands under Public Private Partnership (PPP) basis. The minister directed for strict implementation of rule regarding reservation of seats for women in buses.

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  • Make in India to be highlighted at PBD

    Government's key programmes, including Make in India, would be highlighted during the Jan 7-9 Pravasi Bharatiya Divas (PBD) being held in Gandhinagar, Gujarat, that is expected to see around 3,000 Indian diaspora attending. The annual PBD is being held in Gandhinagar to mark the centenary of the return of the "sarva sreshtha pravasi Bharatiya" or foremost Indian diaspora member, Mahatma Gandhi to India from South Africa, said External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj who is also minister for Overseas Indian Affairs. An exhibition on Mahatma Gandhi and his contribution to India's independence would also be inaugurated...

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  • Biting cold condition across central, northern states

    North India continues to reel under severe cold conditions on Monday and adding to the winter chill is the dense fog, which has restricted vehicular and flight movement and thrown normal life out of gear. Madhya Pradesh too is in the grip of cold with minimum temperature in four major cities, Bhopal, Indore, Gwalior and Jabalpur being recorded at 9.2, 8.8, 4.6 and 9.6 degrees Celsius. National capital Monday morning recorded minimum temperature at 4.2 degrees Celsius. According to the met department the visibility was reduced to 50 metres leading to the delay of around two dozen of domestic and International flights. In Rajasthan flight operations and trains services were hit with ten flights delayed due to fog at Sanganer airport. 23 trains under the North-Western Railway were running late.

  • NCC not compulsory for students: Govt

    Govt said promotion of NCC activities in educational institutions is a continuous process and strength of NCC cadets will be increased by two lakh to 15 lakh in phases. Parrikar, however, made it clear that it was not feasible to make NCC compulsory in view of capacity constraints as arrangement would have to be made for 10 crore or 12 crore students. The Minister said during Question Hour that 10 to 12 percent of the recruit in armed forces come from NCC and efforts are being made to increase the number of enrollment in NCC as well as recruitment of NCC cadets in armed forces. Parrikar said 26 percent of the NCC strength comprises girl cadets and steps are being taken to promote NCC in educational institutions which include personality development programmes.

  • Tendulkar named ambassador for 2015 ICC World Cup

    Indian cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar, who is the all-time leading run-getter in World Cup history, was named the event's ambassador for the second successive edition. "The International Cricket Council today announced Sachin Tendulkar as the World Cup 2015 Ambassador. It will be the second successive time that the India maestro will be the Ambassador of ICC's pinnacle tournament, after he fulfilled the role in the previous event in 2011," the ICC said in a statement in Dubai on Monday. In his role as ambassador, Tendulkar will promote and support a variety of ICC initiatives to enhance the profile of the tournament, which is the third biggest sporting event in the world and will take place in Australia and New Zealand from 14th February to 29th March...

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Weather, 14 October
Bhopal Weather
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High: +31° Low: +18°

Humidity: 55%

Wind: NNW - 8 KPH


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