The Bio-diversity Board has got the work of documentation of vegetation in Vindhya eco-region done through a project run by Government Model Science College, Rewa after conducting a survey of medic

Indore is the only division in Madhya Pradesh where copious rainfall has not lashed so far.

The State Government have allocated an amount of Rs. 44 lakh 18 thousand for transportation of drinking water in four districts - Dindori, Dhar. Anuppur and Datia.
Out of the sanctioned amount, a sum of Rs. 21 lakh has been allotted to Dindori district, Rs. 10 lakh to Dhar district, Rs. seven lakh to Anuppur district and Rs. six lakh 18 thousand to Datia district.

Bhopal: Upper Narmada Project, one of the major projects out of proposed 29 projects is likely to be taken up in the current year. The project would create an irrigation potential of 18616 Hectares in tribal dominated Dindori and Anuppur districts. The estimated cost of the project is Rs. 570 Cr.

In a sudden surprise inspection, Chief Secretary Avani Vaish stopped his cavalcade at Gram Panchayat Podki of Pushprajgarh Janpad Panchayat and enquired beneficiaries about payment of wages under Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MNREGA) whether they are being paid on time or not.

The Chief Secretary, on the way to take a meeting of administrative officials at Amarkantak i

Minister for Panchayats and Rural Development and Social Justice Gopal Bhargava said that Rs 625 crore has been allocated to 26 districts of the State for providing employment. He said that so far, savings accounts of over 66 lakh job card holders have been opened in banks and post offices.

Bhopal: Like every sphere, women are on the march ahead also in the labour sector in the state. This fact has come to the fore after an analysis of number of labourers engaged in the works under Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme. This information has been given by Minister for Panchayats & Rural Development and Social Justice Gopal Bhargava.

"Set up single agency to oversee implementation' Jairam Ramesh NEW DELHI: Annoyed at delays in the commissioning of power projects, Minister of State for Power and Commerce Jairam Ramesh on Monday said the functioning of some public sector units was "unprofessional.' New thermal station Mr. Ramesh made his displeasure known while inaugurating a 210-MW unit of the Amarkantak thermal station in Annupur district of Madhya Pradesh. The station, built by the Madhya Pradesh Power Generating Company, already has two 30-MW units and two 120-MW units operating.

The 210 MW unit at the Amarkantak Thermal Power Station of the Madhya Pradesh Power Generating Company in Anuppur district was synchronised today. The power station aleady has two 30 MW units and two 120 MW units operating. The Union minister of State for Commerce and Power Jairam Ramesh and the minister of Power of MP Dr Gauri Shankar Shehwar were present on the occasion. Jairam Ramesh said that synchronisation on oil of the 210 MW unit was an important milestone. It would be another four months before the unit is scheduled to be in full commercial operation, he added.

NEW DELHI: Moser Baer Power Projects on Tuesday announced that it had tied up for funds with Macquarie SBI Infrastructure for funding the first phase of its 2,520 MW thermal power project at Anuppur in Madhya Pradesh by offering the latter minority stake in the project.

First phase
Addressing a press conference here, company Promoter Deepak Puri said Macquarie SBI Infrastructure would invest R