Six central forensic labs to be upgraded to help probe heinous crimes
Six central forensic laboratories in the country will soon be upgraded for carrying out efficient and scientific investigation in serious and heinous crimes
Jyotiraditya Scindia-Shivraj Singh surprise meet sparks political buzz
Congress MP Jyotiraditya Scindia and former CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan h...
Madhya Pradesh: BSP MLAs demand Cabinet post from CM Kamal Nath
Ahead of the crucial floor test in MP Assembly on Monday, Madhya Pradesh Bahu...
Panna labourers who mined diamond turn crorepatis
A Jhansi-based jeweller along with a BSP leader from Uttar Pradesh made a bid of Rs 6 lakh per carat, the highest, in the auction held in Panna.
VECV to set up Rs 400-crore greenfield truck manufacturing plant in Bhopal
"The Madhya Pradesh government has allotted land for the new plant and work to set up this plant is expected to start soon," Eicher Motors said.
Godse row: MP Congress wants Pragya's Lok Sabha membership annulled
Thakur created a controversy on Wednesday with her remark in Lok Sabha during DMK member A Raja's narration of a statement by Nathuram Godse before a court on why he killed Mahatma Gandhi. Amid the row, the BJP on Thursday removed Thakur from the consultative committee on defence.
Dilip Buildcon receives orders worth Rs 476.02 cr for Bhopal, Indore Metro Rail project
DBL has received letter of acceptance (LoA) for Bhopal and Indore Metro Rail project, phase-I, valued at Rs 247.06 crore and Rs 228.96 crore, respectively, by the Madhya Pradesh Metro Rail Co. Ltd.
Intelligence failure led to Kargil war: former Lt General
The 8 Mountain Battalion headed by him was tasked to evict the enemy from the Drass-Mushkoh Sector during "Operation Vijay".
I stand by my statement terming Pragya Thakur 'terrorist': Rahul Gandhi
"Yes, I stand by my statement. What I have written on Twitter, I stand by it. Yes," Congress leader Rahul Gandhi told reporters when asked if he stood by his statement calling BJP MP Pragya Thakur a "terrorist". He also claimed that Thakur believes in violence, the way Nathuram Godse did.
Didn’t want a govt on crutches: Shivraj Singh Chouhan
Chouhan makes it a point to stress that that BJP got more votes in the state, but Congress got five more seats in his speeches to small gatherings in villages.
Congress workers file sedition complaint against Pragya Thakur
Thakur triggered controversy on Wednesday with her remark in the Lok Sabha during DMK member A Raja's narration of a statement by Nathuram Godse before a court on why he killed Mahatma Gandhi. Her remark was expunged by the Speaker.
Congress regains pulse in heartland
Congress supporters performing ‘havan’ outside Rahul Gandhi’s residence in New Delhi on Tuesday, ahead of counting of votes in states.
Remark was against Udham Singh's 'insult', says Pragya Thakur, calls controversy 'storm of lies'
BJP MP Pragya Thakur on Thursday insisted that her controversial remarks made in the Lok Sabha was against "insult" to revolutionary Udham Singh and said that "storm of lies becomes so big at times that even day appears to be night".
Kamal Nath leads race to become Madhya Pradesh chief minister
Supporters of both Nath, the party’s state unit chief, and Scindia, the head of the party’s campaign committee in the state, indulged in competitive sloganeering outside the office.
The night when Kamal Nath’s and Scindia’s pre-ordered dinner went cold
“We got really demoralised at that point. Hunne Socha Yeh Sab Kya Ho Raha Hai (We wondered what was happening),” a leader said.
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