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Gross Injustice

The Madhya Pradesh Government decision of not absorbing the Anganwadi staff in regular service as government class three and class four employee is an act of gross injustice to them and their outright exploitation. There are rendering great...

Another Bank Fraud

After the Reserve bank of India directives to all the banks to submit status report on non-performing asserts, amount of loan sanctioned and default therein, another bank fraud to Rs. 842.15 crore come out in open in Chennai in Tamil Nadu. A...

Wheat Procurement

Every year the Madhya Pradesh Government put up claim that in the procurement of foodgrains the arrangements are perfect and there could be no trouble in weighing at the purchasing centres, transportation of stocks and adequate godown facilities...

Caste-less Society

The laws are meant for protection and regulation but now the Supreme Court has come out to protect the public servants from misuse of laws. Dealing with a case under SC/ST Act the court introduced the provision of anticipatory bail and laid...

Action on Goondas

The Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Mr.Shivraj Singh Chouhan like film director in film shooting gave a “Action” order to the police to eradicate goondas from the state. Now it is for the state police to give him perfect performance without...

Voting Pattern

In view of coming general elections to many state assemblies and soon after General Elections to the Lok Sabha the issue of voting pattern by way of EVM or by paper ballet be decided as early as possible. The Election Commission is still of...

MP is Wheat State

Long back the Madhya Pradesh has earned the title of being “Soya State” of India for highest production of soyabean in the state. Now Madhya Pradesh has earned the another title of being “Wheat State” of India for unprecedented increase...

Uproar Politics

Uptil now it was the Government side that charged the opposition of adopting disrupting tactics in the Parliament and not allowing discussion or carrying out legislative business. But on March 19 it was another way round when opposition charged...