Murders are taking place over water in Madhya Pradesh, including the capital Bhopal, once known as the 'city of lakes'

Even as blood is being spilled over water here, parched Madhya Pradesh seeks divine help for rainfall with people trying every trick in their book to please the rain gods.

Chemicals producers and governments agreed on Friday to step up efforts to push for greater safety in chemicals from lead in paint to microscopic substances.

But non-governmental organisations (NGOs) said unless the industry and governments come up with more money, agreed targets for cleaning up chemicals by 2020 were unlikely to be met.

The declining vulture population in Madhya Pradesh has raised concerns from an unusual quarter

Bhopal, Nov 28: On the third and final day of 'Understand Earth Planet' training programme, the participants were taken to natural places, given lecturers on important issues, poster session and collective discussions. The training programme is being organised by the MP Science and Technology Council.

Water crisis is increasing under Kolar Municipality Area continuously. Residents of these localities are providing water through calling tankers. People are facing difficulties due to water crisis. The residents of Sarvadharma, Kanha Kunj, Shalimar, Bimakunj, Damkheda, OM Nagar, Raj Harsh, Rajved, etc colonies are facing too many difficulties.

This study was conducted to assess the safety with special reference to the acute toxicity, if any of siz samples (Excavated waste, Lime sludge, Naphthol tar (nor Napthol tar), Reactor residue, Semi processed pesticide and Sevin tar) collected from `Stored Toxic Wastes at the former UCIL Plant Site at Bhopal'.

The Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) on Wednesday said that it has achieved an all time high turnover of Rs 2140.10 crore and net profit of 19 per cent (Rs 285.90 crore) during the year before.

These days at Regional Science Center, hustle-bustle is being seen due to Science Film Festival. This Film Festival will be going on till September 30.

Bhopal, Sept 6: Minister of State for Food Processing and Horticulture Shri Karan Singh Verma has said that farmers' development can be ensured only through correct pricing for their produce. He was addressing a daylong workshop on the subject 'Food and Security' here today. Shri Verma informed that food parks will be established at six places in Madhya Pradesh.

This study was conducted to assess the safety with special reference to acute toxicity, if any of six samples (Excavated waste, Lime sludge, Naphthol tar (or Naphthol tar), Reactor residue, Semi processed pesticide and Sevin tar) collected from `Stored Toxic Wastes at the former UCIL plant site at Bhopal'.

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