Inspired by a scheme conceived by the Shivraj Singh Chouhan-led Madhya Pradesh government — to provide minimum income to farmers even when their crops fail or the price of their produce nosedives —

The Madhya Pradesh government on Monday issued an ordinance to amend a law related to the ceiling on agricultural holdings, which will allow industrialists and private developers to easily purchase

From zero tigers in early 2009, the Panna Tiger Reserve in Madhya Pradesh now faces a problem of plenty.

Even the impressive agriculture growth by Madhya Pradesh over the last few years can't ignore this reality: more than a million cultivators have withdrawn from farming activity and there's a simult

The Madhya Pradesh government was left red-faced Saturday when a court, hearing a plea seeking harsher sentence for the convicts in the Bhopal gas tragedy case, objected to its request seeking more

The BJP government has offered to conserve sites associated with the Ramayana in Sri Lanka, but has failed to stem illegal mining that has damaged sites of religious importance in its own backyard.

Germany has become the latest address to reject a parcel from the now defunct plant of Union Carbide in Bhopal, even before it began its journey.

If the hundreds displaced in the Narmada valley owe the good deal they got to the Narmada Bachao Andolan (NBA), there are thousands of others who have been deprived of benefits they would potential

Madhya Pradesh boasts of being a leader in soybean production in the country, with the crop accounting for more than half the area under cultivation.

Madhya Pradesh accounts for nearly 40 per cent of the total area under certified organic farming in the country. Though most of it is due to cotton fields, the state has an immense potential to bring even food crops under organic cultivation.

What may help the state’s cause is that agriculture is already organic by default in many tribal-dominated districts because farmers either don't have the resources to use chemical fertilizers or lack access to them.