A 24-year-old, identified as Mithun Verma, was arrested for pretending as a soldier in Madhya Pradesh's Mhow. Reportedly, the suspicion arose when the accused did not salute an officer passing by and later, on being interrogated, he failed to answer his details. Earlier, army aspirant Mithun had impostered himself as a Bihar regiment jawan. Recovering many out-of-bound photos in his phone, the Army is interrogating him over duplicate uniforms… read-more
After being allocated Rs 600-crore funds, Madhya Pradesh became the first state to get additional funds for capital expenditure projects. The Union allocated these funds to cater to various reforms like One Nation, One Ration Card, Ease of Doing Business and Urban Local Bodies. Moreover, the Union has issued 50% of the sanctioned amount as the first instalment. Reportedly, the Centre announced its special assistance under the Aatma Nirbhar… read-more
In an argument with a woman Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM), Congress MLA Harsh Vijay Gehlot openly threatened her on January 17 in Madhya Pradesh's Ratlam. The incident was caught on camera, wherein Gehlot can be heard telling the woman official, "Had you been a man I would have held you by the collar". The argument arose when Gehlot with his party workers reached outside the SDM's office to submit a memorandum against the Centre's farm laws… read-more
Madhya Pradesh Burhanpur police seized 2.5 Kg of MDMA drug or Ecstasy worth Rs 2 crore on January 17. Following a tip-off, the Burhanpur SP Rahul Kumar laid a trap arresting four suspects with the prohibited consignment. Suspecting a trail from Indore, the MP police have detected a Mumbai-Indore link in the drug deal. Reportedly, the seizure happened just days after the Indore police busted India’s biggest drug party.
Following Pope Francis’ order, the catholic churches of Madhya Pradesh have decided to allow females to perform rituals. The president of Councils of Bishops in MP Leo Cornelio said that while prioritizing nuns, they would also permit laywomen to participate in the liturgy. However, he… read-more
Questioning Madhya Pradesh government's decision to increase the minimum age of marriage for women, Congress leader Sajjan Singh Verma said if they can reproduce at 15 then why change the marriage-age from 18 to 21. Criticizing CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan, Verma went far saying if the former has become a "great doctor". Meanwhile, the National Commission of Protection of Child Rights has issued a show cause notice to Verma, asking explanations… read-more
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After consuming illicit liquor, 14 people died in Madhya Pradesh's Morena district. Additionally, over 20 people fell ill, consuming the poisonous liquor. Coming down with heavy hands, the district authorities suspended four government officials, including a policeman and has registered a case under IPC section 304. Calling for a probe the district police awaits the post-mortem reports of the deceased to confirm the presence of poison in the… read-more
Courtesy: The Telegraph
Sparking a controversy, BJP MP Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur has once again called the Mahatma Gandhi's assasin, Nathuram Godse, as "a patriot". The Malegoan blast accused, Pragya, was reacting to Digvijaya Singh's remarks, in which he asked Godse supporters to "have some shame". The BJP MP had earlier termed Godse as "patriot" in the Parliament as well, for which she faced severe criticism and had to apologize.
Courtesy: Times Now
Citing law and order issues, Madhya Pradesh’s Gwalior district authorities on January 12 shut the newly-opened library on Mahatma Gandhi’s assassin Nathuram Godse. After meeting with Hindu Mahasabha and ‘Godse Gyanshala’, Gwalior Superintendent Amit Sanghi seized all… read-more
Courtesy: The Indian Express
In a gruesome incident, a 45-year-old widow was been gang-raped by four men in Bhopal on January 9. As per Additional Superintendent of Police Manjulata Patle, the men barged into her house, molested her, and assaulted her with an iron rod. Reportedly, the victim is maintaining stable health after a surgery at the Rewa Hospital. The police have arrested all four accused for interrogation from the neighbouring village.
Courtesy: Hindustan Times