The initiative of preservation of water bodies in Gwalior district is getting wide public response. The district administration has taken the work of preservation of old water bodies in the hand under Jalabhishek drive run by the State Government for preservation and augmentation of water.

A State Government policy boosting capital investment and industrialisation is helping create conducive atmosphere for industrial units in Gwalior district.
In accordance with the industry-friendly policy, aptly named

Residents and traders in the city can expect a blanket ban on the use of polythene from February 28.

It is reported that Madhya Pradesh government has received investment proposals worth INR 235,736 crore from the two day Khajuraho Global Investors Meet-II.
As many as 70 representatives from 17 countries participated in the event and 106 deals were signed.

With four more person succumbing to swine flu, the death toll due to the disease has risen to 71 in Madhya Pradesh, official sources said today.

Pankaj Mahto (26) succumbed to the viral disease at Chirayu Hospital yesterday, while Neetu Chouhan (28) and Shivlal (46) died at Hamidia Hospital.
With the three deaths, Bhopal has recorded 32 deaths from H1N1 virus so far.
Vimla Bai (42) died due t

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To remedy pilferage and corruption in the public distribution system (PDS), Madhya Pradesh has decided to introduce a pilot scheme to deliver cheap foodgrain on the beneficiaries' doorsteps.

The scheme will begin on Mahatma Gandhi's birth anniversary on October 2 in a tehsil in tribal-dominated Mandla district.

Bhopal, Aug 17:
It is a tough task to provide good low-cost food to poor persons in these times of dearness. In view of this, Urban Administration and Development Minister Shri Babulal Gaur has instructed to provide full food to poor persons at the rate of Rs 5 per person through urban bodies.

With a view to provide land and other facilities for industrialization in the state the Gwalior district administration has earmarked 11,807 acres of land for Industrial Corridor. District Collector Shri Akash Tripathi informed that this land has been earmarked on both sides in a radius of five km of the North-South National Highway (NH 75).

Minister for Tribal Welfare and Scheduled Castes Welfare Kunwar Vijay Shah said that the problem of malnutrition among the tribals would be eradicated completely. Help of voluntary orgnaisaitons would also be sought in this direction, he added.

The storm coupled with heavy rains took its toll on parrots in village Sasan of Bhitarwar area near Dabra of the Gwalior district as around 250 parrots died in this terrible weather on Sunday. These birds died as the tree fell down in the evening following the strong winds and torrential rain.