Bhopal: A moderate intensity earthquake hit several places in Vindhya and Mahakaushal regions in Madhya Pradesh this morning, the Regional Meteorological Department said.

The Government has given ‘in-principle' nod to set up a breeding centre for the endangered white tigers in Madhya Pradesh as part of conservation efforts.

A cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan today took several important decisions.

With developers bidding aggressively in roads and highways projects, the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) may borrow much less than the proposed Rs 1,91,000 crore in its financing plan f

The Bio-diversity Board has got the work of documentation of vegetation in Vindhya eco-region done through a project run by Government Model Science College, Rewa after conducting a survey of medic

Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Government, which always stands by the farmers in their difficult times, has provided a total loan of ` one thousand 717 crore to the farmers at the rate of one percent for their agricultural activities in this Kharif season. Interestingly, more than one hundred crore as loans have been distributed as compared to last year.

Efforts are being undertaken to enhance the income of tribal families in the remote areas of the state by motivating them for animal husbandry and milk production. Ramlakhan is among those who have been given milch buffaloes for dairy farming.

The Madhya Pradesh State Road Development Corporation has built 13 roads measuring 1772.58 kilometres in the state during the last 6 years. These roads have been built while ensuring quality through private-public participation under BOT Project.

The state government has declared 135 tehsils of 37 districts as drought-hit. Principal Secretary Revenue Shri Anil Shrivastava issued notification to this effect on Wednesday. The list of drought-hit tehsils is as follows:

S.No. Name of District Name of Tehsils
1= Dhar = 1. Badnawar. 2. Dahi
2= Khargone = 1. Maheshwar
3= Badwani = 1. Pansemal 2.

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.