Sagar public school online poem contest
Bhopal: Sagarites of Class V of Sagar Public School Gandhi Nagar participated in an online poem competition 'My Lockdown Rhymes’ to express their thoughts and feelings. To spread the positivity during lockdown a unique Online Poem Competition was conducted in which sagarites enthusiastically participated and actively listened to other participant poems to exhibit their lockdown experience. Sagarites had written and composed the poems themselves to spread the message to salute the Covid Warriors and Be Safe, Be Healthy. Laveena Pehlajani bagged the first prize with Praddhi Rai and Prachi Jethani grabbed the second and third position. Yuvika Verma and Shourya Patil were also awarded with consolation prize. Principal Alpa Prabhu congratulated the winners and awarded e-certificates.
public and pvt museums facing tough time
Bhopal: Around the world, museums and the communities are feeling the impact of COVID-19, therefore an estimated 90% of the world’s museum institutions which are large and small, public and private museums are facing tough challenges, including protecting their collections, ensuring that staffs are safe and healthy, dealing with financial issues and staying engaged with their public.In this sequence, Madhya Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation Ltd (MPSTDC) has released a documentary about the Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya (IGRMS), Tribal Museum and State museum through the Facebook to promote an understanding about the historical, natural and cultural heritage of Museums of the Bhopal. We can observe the important for our rich antiquity of the museums. Through the Facebook site of IGRMS and MPSTDC we can see the objects which are important for our rich antiquity at home.
Development of Ashok Nagar suggested
Bhopal: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan was called on by the former Minister Mahendra Singh Sisodia and other public representatives at Mantralaya on Thursday. A letter of suggestions related to the development of Ashok Nagar area was given to Chouhan. Former MLAs Jajpal Singh 'Jajji', Brijendra Singh Yadav and Suresh Dhakar were present on the occasion.
SIKKIM CM expresses gratitute to MP Govt
Bhopal: Chief Minister of Sikkim Premsingh Tamang (Gole) has written a letter to the Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, expressing gratitude to the Government of Madhya Pradesh and the officials of the state, who voluntarily rendered help in Madhya Pradesh to a family of Sikkim, which were on their way to Sikkim from Vadodara.In his letter the Chief Minister of Sikkim Tamang has written that Chandrasubba and Vishnu Mayasubbak were traveling from Vadodara, Gujarat to their hometown in Sikkim. On the way, when Chandrasubba's health deteriorated, she was admitted to the district hospital by the officers of Katni district of Madhya Pradesh. Collector Bharat Yadav sent the ADM to arrange for her treatment. She was being taken to Jabalpur Medical College as her health was deteriorating fast but unfortunately she passed away on the way. The SDM of Jabalpur Shri Ashish Pandey and his colleagues not only made all the arrangements for her funeral like a family members but also made complete arrangements for the accommodation of Vishnu Mayasubba in Jabalpur and to send her back to Sikkim.