Madhya Pradesh is first in the country to prepare a master plan of each village. Working continuously on the decentralised district employment plan, the work of giving it final touches has begun from Sunday. In five districts of the State, the decentralised district plan system has already been implemented. Now, it will be implemented in the remaining districts.

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.

Monsoon is displaying signs of weakening in Madhya Pradesh even while some parts of the state received heavy rainfall today.

In the land that once sheltered Lord Ram, Mawasi tribals tell SHRIYA MOHAN that they struggle to feed their children every day

The Madhya Pradesh government is undertaking all out efforts to promote organic farming in the state. in the series, a two-day training camp will be organised at Deendayal Research Institute, Chitrakoot, Satna, with a view to apprising state

Mercury is on the rise in most Madhya Pradesh districts with the day temperature reaching 40 degrees celsius.

The districts of Satna, Rewa and Gwalior recorded temperature of 40 degrees which was seven to eight degrees above normal during the past 24 hours. Similar rise in temperature was recorded in Jabalpur, Sagar Unjjain and Chambal divisions.

Physico-chemical and biological monitoring of groundwater samples of various wells situated near Rajaula village, Chitrakoot (Satna) Madhya Pradesh was carried out.

The chemical quality of ground water in two tehsils of Satna, that is Sohawal and Majhgawan was studied based on the analysis of 22 water samples. The higher values of certain parameters at certain locations indicate the contamination in groundwater and make the water unsuitable for various applications.

Satna: The population of one of nature's strongest scavenger --'vultures' -- is dwindling in Gidhhkoot mountain of Madhya Pradesh's Satna district in an alarming rate.

The reason of this steep fall of the rare specie is contaminated meat.

THE final five kilometres to Ramnagar (Khokla), as the village is officially called, in Satna district of Madhya Pradesh has to be done on foot down a hill thick with shrubs and bushes. As we enter the village, eager eyes scan us for food or some other kind of livelihood support only to droop in disappointment once they learn that the wait has been in vain.