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Camera can give wings to courage,” Minister for Woman and Child Development Maya Singh, said while speaking to a group of adolescent girls and supervisor who were from 16 districts, which have Sabla programme and are part of photography training programme being held at State Museum in Bhopal. The programme is...
The National Khadi Fair 2015 being organised at the historical shopping hub of the city, Gauhar Mahal is evoking a huge response from the shopaholics in the city. The fair not only showcases the materials made out of khadi but also the attractive stuff from across the country. It displays all...
Madhya Pradesh Tourism announced the second edition of ‘Madhya Pradesh Travel Mart’, Central India’s biggest travel event in Bhopal from the October 16 to 18, 2015. Madhya Pradesh, having over 75 million inhabitants and located in the geographical heartland of India, is home to some of India's biggest tourist attractions. From...
Mayor Alok Sharma has said that the students learning technology should also give their innovative ideas for Smart City. He was addressing the officials of Association of Technical Professional Institutions (Madhya Pradesh) here on Tuesday. Notably, a workshop was organised for the Association of Technical Professional Institutions. When Mayor met the officials,...
The hit tracks of the legendry singer Kishore Kumar were played here on Tuesday which was much enjoyed by the Kishore Kumar fans of the city. Organised by Kishore Kumar Fans Club, the programme ‘Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna..’ was held at Gaurav Hotel to observe his death anniversary. Also on the...
An Inter Cultural Communication lecture will be organised for the citizens who want to learn different languages or who want to move to foreign countries. The open lecture will be held at Swami Vivekananda Library here on Wednesday. Moreover, the open lecture will be conducted by a senior professor of German...
SIMHASTHA IN UJJAIN FROM APRil 22- MAY 31 Gwalior: The new talents active in dance, music, literature, sculptures and paintings would get opportunity to show their talent in Simhastha in Ujjain from April 22 to May 31 next year. The State Government has started a campaign of searching talents in which...
Based on real incident that happened in Kashmir during 1990 a play was presented titled ‘Song of the Swans’. It marked the fourth day on Tuesday of National Theatre Festival being organised at Antarang Hall, Bharat Bhavan. Directed by Shubhrajyoti Barat, scripted by Asad Hussain the play was wonderfully presented by...
Industries Minister Yashodhara Raje Scindia has directed for early completion of tender process for repair of damaged roads of Shivpuri city. Scindia reviewed progress of the process at a meeting with Principal Secretary PWD Pramod Agrawal and other officers at Mantralaya here on Tuesday. The Minister also directed to commence work...
Senior IFS officer Azad Singh Dabas, posted as Addl PCCF at MP State Minor Forest Produce (Trade and Development Federation Ltd) is contesting the election for the post of president in IFS Officers’ Association (MP Chapter) on several issues that the officials had been facing for long. The issues raised by...
I strongly condemn the incident (blackening of Sudheendra Kulkarni's face). This is a matter of concern for the nation.
First the Ghulam Ali concert and now Kasuri's book launch… We don't want a desi Taliban in India.
There are ways to protest in a democratic society that we have. But using physical intimidation is absolutely wrong.