Bhopal : Demonstrations of various crops will be organised by the State Government by identifying fields of farmers with a view to promoting organic farming.

New Delhi: ‘Dil hai Hindustani’ is a phrase that best sums up Association for India’s Development’s vast network of workers and volunteers for whom all roads lead to India.

The book gives a comprehensive account of the pre and post independence activities regarding the Narmada Valley development till 2011

Inspired by the success of Maan and Jobat irrigation projects, Narmada Valley Development Authority is focusing to increase farmers association in other irrigation projects of the valley.

NVDA chairman KL Agrawal on Wednesday said that there is need to mobilise farmers of the valley to own the projects to which they are going to be benefited.

The Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has called for declaring the 12th Five Years Plan as Water Plan. It is inevitable to draw up a comprehensive plan for efficient water utilization to increase agricultural area, he added.

The Chief Minister was addressing a conference organized by the Planning Commission of India to discussion the vision of the 12th Five Years Plan here today.

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

The Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will lay foundation stone for Khargone lift irrigation project to the tune of Rs 550 crore under Indira Sagar Irrigation Project on April 17, 2011, Sunday at a grand function being held in Khargone. Narmada Valley Development Authority Chairman K.L. Agrawal will preside over the function.

Union Environment and Forests Minister Jairam Ramesh will visit the Narmada valley on April 10 and 11 for a spot assessment of the ground situation. The minister gave this assurance to the Narmada Bachao Andolan members and project affected oustees who held a day-long demonstration outside his office here on Monday to draw his attention to the projects related problems being faced by them.

BHILALA TRIBALS often assemble next to what used to be their village, Atursumba of Khargaon district in southeast Madhya Pradesh. Dwarfing them is a 100-feet-wide canal laid high above the ground.

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has given instructions for utilisation of Narmada water by 2020 allocated to the State.