Category Archives: Madhya Pradesh

Civil Services Training Programme at IEHE: Students told to dream big and make efforts to fulfill them

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Bhopal: Shubham Agarwal, who has recently cleared the UPSC Civil Services Examination and made it into the Indian Police Service (IPS) told the students of Institute of Excellence in Higher Education (IEHE) on Saturday 11 December to dream big and said they should make every effort to fulfill their dreams. Only then their dreams will come true. 

An alumnus of IEHE, Agarwal was addressing the inaugural session of the Foundation Course on Civil Services Training Program organised by the Professional Qualification Cell of the Institute of Excellence in the State capital.

Passing the UPSC Civil Services Examination is easy but it is possible only with attitude, dedication and positive thinking, Agarwal said adding one can accomplish  even the most difficult tasks with ease. He also went on to observe that failure lowers the morale but one should not get demoralised or discouraged by failure and everyone should try again and work hard to achieve success. He said from his own experience that he too had been through failures but his family and friends always boosted his morale and did not allow his confidence to go down. 

IEHE Director Dr. Pragyesh Agarwal also addressed the students and said more and more students in the coming years will fulfill the objectives of the institute.

Dr. Kalpana Mullick and Dr. Ruchira Choudhary were also present on the occasion. The vote of thanks was given by Dr. Mullick.

Two Madhya Pradesh cities Bhopal and Indore will have Police Commissioners

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Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan Sunday 21 November 2021 announced that the Police Commissioner system will be introduced in two big cities of the state – Bhopal and Indore.

The Chief Minister announced this decision at his official residence on Sunday morning.

Law and order situation in the State is good, Chouhan said adding the new system is necessary for “better control”.

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that the decision has been taken to introduce the Police Commissioner system in view of the law and order requirements arising due to increasing population, geographical expansion and technology in Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh and commercial capital Indore, the cleanest city of the country.

Reconstituted Madhya Pradesh State Wildlife Board: High Court allows revision of petition challenging nominations as violative of the Wild Life (Protection) Act

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Photo © Lalit Shastri

Jabalpur/Bhopal: A two-Judge Bench of Jabalpur High Court presided by Chief Justice Mohammad Rafiq and comprising Justice Anil Verma has allowed petitioner Ajay Dubey to file an application to amend the original petition challenging the formation of the Madhya Pradesh Wildlife Board by the previous state Government headed by Kamal Nath since the present BJP Government has disbanded that Board and constituted a new one. 

The High Court has given 4 weeks time to the petitioner to make the application for amendment in the petition. The original petition pointed to gross violation of the provisions for nomination of members in the State Wildlife Board under the Wildlife (Protection) Act. 

Aditya Sanghi, the counsel  for petitioner Ajay Dubey submitted during the hearing on Saturday through video conferencing that the respondent, i.e., State had passed a fresh order  re-constituting  the  Board on 20 November 2020. 

Another petition filed by senior journalist and eminent environmentalist Lalit Shastri in the same matter is also linked with the petition filed by Ajay Dubey. Shastri’s counsel in this case are Praveen Kumar Pandey and Suman Dubey.

Click links below to check background of this case:

Exclusion of some experts puts a question mark on the reconstituted MP State Wildlife Board

State Wildlife Board: Madhya Pradesh Government is in the dock and has a lot to answer

Petition challenging the reconstitution of Madhya Pradesh Wildlife Board: Jabalpur High Court serves notice to MP Government

Jabalpur High Court admits petition against reconstitution of State Wildlife Board

If you have “special interest in wildlife” you could be a member of State Wildlife Board in Madhya Pradesh

Forest staff attacked by encroachers in Madhya Pradesh

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Bhopal: A team of forest department that went to evict encroachers who were using bulldozers and porclain machine to level and plough a large area of illegally occupied forest land in the Berasia forest near Bhopal, the capital of the Central Indian State of Madhya Pradesh, was surrounded from all sides and attacked by a mob carrying lathis and axes. 

There was also heavy stone pelting by the encroachers, many of whom were even using slingshots.

About half a dozen persons were injured and were rushed to hospital. One of the Forest personnel, Yashwant Singh Parihar, who was hit by an axe and severely wounded, has been referred to All India Institute of Medical Sciences in Bhopal. 

The spot where this incident took place falls under the Nazirabad police station in Berasia tehsil.