With arrest of another 125 oustees from Bichhola village of Harda district on Tuesday, the number of arrested jal satyagrahis from Khandwa, Dewas and Harda has crossed 1,000 mark in the three days.

Hundreds of people from Khandwa, Dewas and Harda including senior Narmada Bachao Andolan (NBA) leader Chittaroopa Palit were arrested on Sunday by police as soon as they started jal satyagrah to ra

London Citing examples from West Bengal and Madhya Pradesh, a Stockholm-based water management institute has said that small-scale irrigation schemes could protect millions of farmers from food insecurity and climate risks.

The report by the International Water Management Institute (IWMI), titled 'Water for wealth and food security: Supporting farmer-driven investments in agricultural water management'; was released at the ongoing World Water Week in Stockholm.

Bhopal: Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has directed administration of districts affected by excessive rains to maintain high alert for 24 hours and undertake immediate relief and rescue

Dewas town and industrial area has been witnessing water crisis for more than two decades and is heavily dependent on ground water resources.

In the backdrop of recent murder of an IPS officer, allegedly by a mining mafia member in Madhya Pradesh, a woman revenue officer escaped from meeting a similar fate by a whisker when she tried to put a leash on illegal excavation of stones at Kusumania village in the district, officials said on Thursday.

The suspected mining mafia member, who tried to mow down Meena Pal, posted as Tehsildar at Kannod, when she was inspecting the illegal mining of stones at the site on Wednesday, is local BJP leader Dhara Singh Patel, they said.

Bhopal: A woman tehsildar had a narrow escape from being mowed down by an earth extractor machine in Madhya Pradesh’s Dewas district on Tuesday when she tried to stop illegal mining.

Mumbai: Japanese drug major Daiichi has lowered its profit forecast for the year ending March 2012, and slashed senior executive pay, to offset the impending loss arising out of its Indian subsidia

Bhopal : In ongoing round of measles immunization in six districts of Ujjain Division which started on December 12, 2011, more then five lakh children have been vaccinated till date.

Narmada Bachao Andolan on Sunday defended its position by asserting that the Madhya Pradesh government had misled the Supreme Court as a consequence of which, while passing the order on May 11 to uphold the land rights of the Omkareshwar dam oustees, the top court