A Pakistani man has been arrested by Central GST intelligence officials for illegally selling pan masala worth crores of rupees in parts of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and neighbouring states even dur
Millions of labourers are returning to their home states by trains or buses. In Madhya Pradesh too, nearly six lakh workers have returned to their homes and this figure is expected to reach 10 lakh.
The coronavirus lockdown has wrecked havoc with the mental health of children leading to despair and anxiety among many. To deal with this problem in Madhya Pradesh, the government has constituted a t
The Congress has attacked Rewa BJP legislator and former Madhya Pradesh minister Rajendra Shukla for seeking actor Sonu Soods help to facilitate the return of migrant labourers from Mumbai.
With the Centre's growing hostility causing a financial crunch Madhya Pradesh government is looking for resources to fulfil promises made in the ruling Congress party's manifesto. The Centre has slash
The Madhya Pradesh cabinet on Wednesday approved a proposal to ensure time-bound clearance of applications for diverse services to boost industrial investment.
Madhya Pradesh's march into 'Unlock 1.0' on Monday was expected to be marked by cautious optimism but the state which is placed sixth among the nation's worst corona-affected states threw caution to t
In a major breakthrough in the Bhopal gas tragedy case, the Central Bureau of Investigation on Wednesday said it has arrested a former employee of Union Carbide Bhopal, who was absconding since 2016.
The lockdown in Madhya Pradesh will continue till June 15, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan announced on Saturday. He said the decision on reopening of schools and colleges will be taken after Jun
A day after posters announcing the disappearance of BJP's Lok Sabha member Pragya Singh Thakur appeared in Bhopal, a video clip released here on Saturday said she is in poor health.
Former MP Premchand Guddu on Sunday rejoined Congress in Madhya Pradesh, bringing fresh hopes in the party for the upcoming bypolls in the state, due in the next four months.
The Madhya Pradesh government is ready to extend the benefits of the Central government-run 'Swamitva Yojana' or Proprietary Scheme to the state.