Lump sum funds will now be made available to Gram Panchayats for development and construction works under Panch Parmeshwar Yojna.

Bhopal : Thirty-two schemes of 34 districts of Madhya Pradesh worth Rs. 1752 crore have been sanctioned under Rajiv Gandhi Rural Electrification scheme.

The State Government has allotted Rs 2 crore 90 lakh 70 thousand to Dewas district for transporting of drinking water in rural areas.
In yet another order, the chief secretary Avani Vaish accorded sanction of Rs 33 crore 92 lakh 22 thousand for the frost-affected farmers of Sehore district. Besides, a total amount of Rs 21 crore 26 lakh was also allotted to other five districts.

India and Japan are planning to set up a joint revolving fund of $9 billion to invest in the highly ambitious Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project.

Amid reports that pigeon-pea or tur is the worst weather-hit crop this rabi season, the output for the season is likely to be revised downwards as 80-90 per cent damage has happened in the case of gram (chana) in some pockets like Malwa belt.

The state government did not make any arrangements for the farmers to protect their other bumper crop this year from the recent odd weather.

Madhya Pradesh will become first state in the country where, with private participation under integrated water conservation area management programme, water conservation, preservation and regeneration work will be done in rural areas.

The Balram Talab Yojana is proving to be a great boon for score of farmers in Madhya Pradesh, where the scheme is helping them reap rich benefits by adding to the profitability of the exercise.

Meet Sushila Patidar of village Bhamesar in Manasa development block of Neemuch district, a determined lady farmer, who, until recently, could extract only one crop from her fields every year, due to ina

Bhopal, Sept 21:
His dream was that he will have a well dug in his farm and take two crops in the year like other farmers through the irrigation facility. Due to his land being unirrigated, he could take only one crop that of Kharif. Though he wanted to have a well dug in field, his economic condition did not allow it until one day his cherished dream was fulfilled through a government scheme.

In the Era of Globalization, Urbanization and Industrialization there is a major task of Public utility to fulfill the requirement of the people quatitavely and qualititatively in developing countries like India.

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.