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  • BBMB sets up climate change cell - General News    (2018-04-05T18:30:00Z)
    The Bhakra Beas Management Board (BBMB) today said it had set up a climate change cell which would conduct studies to know the long-term availability of water from its reservoir. "The climate change cell will conduct studies that can be beneficial in ascertaining long-term availability of water from BBMB reservoir," BBMB Chairman D K Sharma said here today. He said it would also help policy makers plan future land use and cropping patterns. The BBMB chairman said the cell would carry out studies of climate changes in Punjab, Rajasthan and Haryana in the coming years. The BBMB had conducted a study in Himachal Pradesh to observe climate changes till 2080, which showed that there would be increase in rainfall and snow in the hilly state, Sharma said. He added that the BBMB was working on a system to operate a remote-controlled power generating unit at the Bhakra Nangal dam from its headquarters in Chandigarh. He said it would soon have its first remote-operated sub stations and a 22kV ..
  • Saints shouldn't indulge in blackmailing, action likely against 5 who got MoS status: Akhada body head - General News    (2018-04-04T18:30:00Z)
    The Madhya Pradesh government's controversial move to grant 'Minister of State' (MoS) status to five religious leaders has raised eyebrows, with an apex organisation of 'akhadas' accusing the saints of "blackmailing" Shivraj Singh Chouhan and asserting the chief minister should not have buckled under pressure. The president of Akhil Bharatiya Akhada Parishad (ABAP), an umbrella body of 13 main 'akhadas' (religious orders) in the country, also said appropriate action would taken against the five saints if it is found they are associated with any such religious organisations. "Saints should not indulge in blackmailing," Mahant Narendra Giri told PTI over phone, calling for the five to introspect. The state BJP government on Tuesday accorded the MoS status to five Hindu religious leaders -- Narmadanand Maharaj, Hariharanand Maharaj, Computer Baba, Bhayyu Maharaj and Pandit Yogendra Mahant. The state goes to polls later this year. The five saints had proposed a stir against an alleged ...
  • MP CM a "coward" for giving in to "blackmail" by babas: AAP - General News    (2018-04-04T18:30:00Z)
    The Madhya Pradesh unit of Aam Aadmi Party today termed Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan a "coward" for giving in to the "blackmail" of "hypocrite" babas (religious leaders). "Chouhan has given in to the blackmailing of babas who had threatened to expose the CM's Narmada Sewa Yatra. He is a coward. These babas are hypocrites," MP AAP convenor Alok Agrawal told reporters. Labour Minister in the Delhi government, Gopal Rai, was also present at the press conference. The state BJP government had, on Tuesday, accorded Minister of State (MoS) status to five Hindu religious leaders -- Narmadanand Maharaj, Hariharanand Maharaj, Computer Baba, Bhayyu Maharaj and Pandit Yogendra Mahant. Chouhan had last year led the Narmada Sewa Yatra to conserve and revive the river and had claimed that six crore saplings were planted along its banks during the programme. "These babas had said that they would expose the claim that six crore saplings were planted and had got banners of their ..
  • Satav's old tweet backing Medha haunts Congress in Gujarat - All News-IANS Stories    (2018-04-03T18:30:00Z)
    Newly-appointed Gujarat Congress in-charge Rajeev Satav's year-old tweet supporting Narmada project detractor Medha Patkar has given the opponents a stick to beat the party with.
  • Year-old tweet against Narmada project haunts Cong in Gujarat - Deccan Herald - News    (2018-04-03T18:30:00Z)
    A year-old tweet in support of Narmada dam project detractor Medha Patkars agitation that was recently deleted by newly appointed Congress party in-charge in Gujarat Rajeev Satav raised political temperature in the state on Wednesday. What added fuel to the fire was a statement by the Leader of the Opposition Paresh Dhanani supporting his leaders stand. This saw ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Gujarat, led by Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, pounce upon the opportunity to hit out at Congress, calling it "anti-Gujarat". Satav, a Lok Sabha MP from Maharashtra and a close confidante of Congress President Rahul Gandhi, was appointed in-charge of Gujarat Congress on March 30 replacing Ashok Gehlot. Satav had on August 5, 2017, tweeted and written a letter in support of Medha Patkar who was on an indefinite fast against MP government seeking what she called the proper implementation of resettlement package for those displaced due to raising the height of Sardar Sarovar Dam in Gujarat. "I am aware of the ...
  • ‘Go beyond the boundaries of buildings’: 60 minutes with Brinda Somaya - Hindu: Health    (2018-03-30T18:30:00Z)
    From rebuilding an earthquake-ravaged village to collaborating on complex Mumbai high-rises, this architect has done it all
  • PM Modi lauds contribution of Kutchi Leva Patel community in East Africa - Central Chronicle » Nation    (2018-03-29T18:30:00Z)
    New Delhi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday lauded the contribution of Kutchi Leva Patel... more
  • PM addresses the Silver Jubilee Celebrations of the Shree Kutchi Leva Patel Samaj in Nairobi, Kenya via video conferencing. - Govt of india: PIB    (2018-03-29T18:30:00Z)
    Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi addressed the Silver Jubilee Celebrations of the Shree Kutchi Leva Patel Samaj in Nairobi, Kenya via video conferencing, today. In his address, the Prime Minister lauded the contribution of Kutchi Leva Patel Community in various welfare activities and the development of East Africa.
  • Spat between BSP, BJP members in MP House - Central Chronicle » Bhopal    (2018-03-09T18:30:00Z)
    Madhya Pradesh Assembly  Agencis, Bhopal The Madhya Pradesh Assembly today witnessed a spat between a... more
  • MP Govt to expand irrigation capacity to 80 lakh hectare by 2025: Shivraj - Central Chronicle » Bhopal    (2018-03-08T18:30:00Z)
    Madhya Pradesh Assembly  Agencies, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan today said that... more
  • Medha criticises neglect of Vallarpadam evictees - Hindu: Kochi    (2018-03-02T18:30:00Z)
    Visits damaged houses built on plots given by the government
  • Interview: ‘River Inter-Linking Only a Pipe Dream Being Sold to Extract National Resources’ - The Wire    (2018-02-26T18:30:00Z)
    Environmentalist and water management expert Ravi Chopra says river inter-linking will sow the seeds for future conflicts between states. The post Interview: River Inter-Linking Only a Pipe Dream Being Sold to Extract National Resources appeared first on The Wire.
  • ‘Tribals’ land issues ignored in mainstream discourse’ - Hindu: News    (2018-02-26T18:30:00Z)
    KIRTADS hosts meet on their rehabilitation
  • Digvijaya flags concerns over proposed nuclear power plant - Central Chronicle    (2018-02-20T18:30:00Z)
    Chronicle Reporter, Mandla Senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh today requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to... more
  • After Cauvery: A look at other inter-state water tussles - Hindu: Fitness    (2018-02-20T18:30:00Z)
    While the Supreme Court has upheld the Cauvery tribunal’s verdict with modifications, here is a status check on other such tribunals.
  • Digvijaya flags concerns over proposed nuke power plant in MP - General News    (2018-02-19T18:30:00Z)
    Senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh today requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to reconsider the decision to set up a 1400 MW nuclear power plant in tribal-dominated Mandla district of Madhya Pradesh. In his letter addressed to the prime minister and Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the AICC general secretary said the proposed 1400 MW Chutka nuke project will affect the conservation as well as bio-diversity of the Narmada river. "The Narmada river is a lifeline of tribals living for ages in Mandla district as they earn their livelihood by fishing," Singh, currently on "Narmada Parikrama", wrote in the letter. "Since the last four months of my Narmada Parikrama (circumambulation), I found that the river area is shrinking and getting polluted. In such situation, establishing a nuclear power plant would not only destroy bio-diversity of the Narmada river, but would also prove disastrous for this water body," he stated. Singh claimed a total of 606 .
  • Madhya Pradesh bypolls: 'Timely' introduction of BJP govt's populist agrarian policy suggests farmers mere pawns in electoral game - Latest News Politics on Firstpost    (2018-02-19T18:30:00Z)
    Ahead of Madhya Pradesh bypolls, Shivraj Singh Chouhan announced a bonus of Rs 200 per quintal on procurement price of wheat & paddy by farmers for 2016-17.
  • Make arrangements for better results of schemes and programmes: CM - Central Chronicle » Bhopal    (2018-02-07T18:30:00Z)
    Officers penalised for negligence during Samadhan online Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan... more
  • City buzz: Delhi’s new parking rules, traders’ strike and a floating market in pics - Citizen Matters    (2018-02-02T18:30:00Z)
    City buzz: Delhi’s new parking rules, traders’ strike and a floating market in pics
  • Digvijay wants a new lease of life for India's "oldest" river - General News    (2018-01-20T18:30:00Z)
    Congress veteran Digvijay Singh, who is on 'Narmada Parikrama' yatra since the last four months, is worried about the plight of the revered river due to illegal sand mining, and wants urgent measures to ensure its revival. The 70-year-old former Chief Minister and his wife Amrita started 'parikrama' (circumambulation ) of the Narmada river in Madhya Pradesh as a "religious and spiritual" exercise. Singh said the Narmada is the "oldest" river in India and advocated its revival. "Rampant illegal sand mining with machines is being done in the river. Roads have been built in the bed of the river," he told PTI. To back his claim, Singh pointed at temporary roads that have come up for sand excavation in the Narmada at Babri area in Narsullaganj tehsil of the Budhni constituency represented by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. "Such is the worrisome condition of Narmada - the lifeline of Madhya Pradesh," he said. "The flow of the Narmada is much reduced. Water from the ...
  • Chouhan instructs to tighten administration in Samadhan online - Central Chronicle    (2018-01-09T18:30:00Z)
    Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that focus should be made on... more
  • MP CM's son Kartikey makes political entry - General News    (2018-01-07T18:30:00Z)
    Kartikey Singh Chouhan, son of Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, has launched his career in state politics.Addressing a rally here, where bypolls are due, Kartikey has hit out at Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia and said, "An MP has asked my father to run away. This is politics at its lowest. People are watching all of this and will reply appropriately.""My father has no enmity with anyone. He doesn't want to fight anyone. He only wants to fight poverty," he added.The Sunday's public gathering at Shivpuri was Kartikey's first outside Budhni, the Vidhan Sabha constituency of his father.The bypoll in Kolaras constituency was necessitated after the death of Congress MLA Ram Singh Yadav in October.The constituency is important for both the BJP and Congress.The Election Commission is, however, yet to announce a date for the byelection.
  • No garland till Shivraj's ouster from power: Scindia - All News-IANS Stories    (2017-12-18T18:30:00Z)
    Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia on Tuesday vowed not to wear any flower garland till the Shivraj Singh Chouhan-led government in Madhya Pradesh is ousted from power.
  • 2017: A tough year gone for BJP, more challenges ahead - Central Chronicle    (2017-12-18T18:30:00Z)
    Agencies, Bhopal A violent peasants’ agitation that led to the killing of six agriculturists in... more
  • Walls of apathy - BusinessLine - BL Ink    (2017-11-23T18:30:00Z)
    In the absence of proper resettlement and rehabilitation measures, thousands continue to live dangerously close to the rising backwaters of the Sardar Sarovar Dam


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