Bhopal : A sum of Rs. 15 crore 57 lakh will be spent on horticulture development in six districts of Bundelkhand region in the state.

The forest officials of Panna Tiger Reserve worked in close nexus with poachers for over a decade, says an internal report prepared by the Intelligence Cell of the tiger reserve, which had lost all its tigers by 2008.

Chief Minister, Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said in his message on the occasion of Wildlife Week that full protection should be given to wildlife along with increasing greenery.

Bhopal : Secretary Mineral Resources and chairman of State Geological Programme Board Shri S.K.

With a view to generating job opportunities for the villagers of forest area through forests, production of tusser and lac is being increased in forests as per resolution of the Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan.
Forest Minister Sartaj Singh informed that programme of tusser cocoon rearing has been prepared for 17 thousand 500 hectare this year.

Close to 5,000 villages in Madhya Pradesh do not have electricity, while in another 3,000-odd villages, less than 10 per cent households have access to power, said a study conducted by the Madhya Pradesh Planning Commission on

The state government has allotted funds amounting to a total Rs 2 crore 83 lakh for paying relief to the people in nine districts.

Electricity production has been given top priority in industrial investment in Madhya Pradesh with an objective to develop the State as power state by the year 2013 so that power could be available sufficiently for farming, industries and domestic use. It would help to get rid of power cuts for ever.

Twenty one new cement plants will be set up in Madhya Pradesh. 18 Big industrial groups like Aditya Birla Group, Ambuja Cement, Dalmia Cement, Imami Cement and Essar Cements Ltd etc will invest Rs 25726 crore for setting up 21 new cement plants.

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