State-owned power major NTPC is going to set up its biggest solar (green) power station of 50 megawatts next year at an estimated cost of around Rs 700 crore in the electricity-starved state of Madhya Pradesh.

"We are setting up our biggest solar power project at an estimated cost of around Rs 700 crore in Rajgarh district next year. NTPC will sell the entire power generated from this project to Madhya Pradesh," NTPC official said today.

Madhya Pradesh is experiencing heavy rainfall.

TEZPUR, July 25 – After inundation of a large area in greater Panchmile area by flash floods followingt incessant rains during the last one week, both flood and erosion have posed a serious problem

Improving road Communication in Madhya Pradesh is one of the top priorities of State Government. In this connection, third installment of around Rs. 1350 crore of loan amount has been sanctioned by the Asian Development Bank for the development of 15 state highways of 1080 kilometers length. The State Government will provide around Rs.

The Union environment ministry has asked Naveen Jindal-owned Jindal Steel & Power to respond to allegations that it had built its coal washery at Raigarh in Chhattisgarh without environmental clearance, reports Meera Mohanty from New Delhi. While the Ministry of Environment & Forests approves washeries of more than 100,000 tonnes per annum capacity, state boards can clear smaller ones.

With an objective to promote use of non-conventional energy, solar energy plants are being installed in the state. This year, the New and Renewable Energy Department has chalked out a programme to install eight thousand solar street lights in the state. The Urja Vikas Nigam has sent a number of proposals in this regard to the Union Ministry of New and Renewable Energy.

With a view to implementing Nandan Orchard scheme under National Horticulture Mission, ten districts have been selected in Madhya Pradesh. Under the scheme, around hundred beneficiaries will be selected for imparting training to them.

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Jaipur/Alwar: It was another relocation bid that went awry.

The Madhya Pradesh Government has decided not only to develop international infrastructure at the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) Project Area but also make efforts for economic development of area near to DMIC.
Of 23 major and medium industries set up in the state worth Rs 1,111 crore, 14 industrial units have been set up in these area only, an official release said here today.

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Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that Mohanpura major irrigation project will be constructed and an irrigation reservoir will be built at Gorakhpura. The Mohanpura project will cost Rs 312 crore and irrigate 50 thousand hectare land in 80 villages.

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