Each vote to Congress will go to making Digvijaya Singh CM by proxy: Jyotiraditya Scindia at poll rally in Indore
Alleging that the Congress betrayed the farmers, Scindia blamed Digvijaya for the previous government's 'failures', adding that Digvijaya held the remote control of then chief minister Kamal Nath
Swachh Survekshan 2020: Madhya Pradesh's Indore named India's cleanest city for fourth year in a row
Gujarat's Surat was named the second cleanest city, while Navi Mumbai in Maharashtra bagged the third spot in the Swachhta city survey report by the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs
The court also asked the man to give Rs 11,000 to the woman as part of a customary offering made by brothers to sisters on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan
The Indore municipal corporation stopped its ongoing drive of seizing handcarts on Friday after facing criticism from the people as well as Congress and BJP leaders
COVID-19 Lockdown: Indore NGO seeks CJI's help in rescuing 150 people with disabilities stranded across India
An NGO from Indore in Madhya Pradesh has sent a letter petition to the Chief Justice of India seeking direction to authorities to ensure people with disabilities reach their homes safely amid coronavirus lockdown
MP Police registers case after poster barring entry of Muslim traders in Indore village surfaces on social media
A case was registered after a purported poster prohibiting the entry of traders from a minority community in a village in Madhya Pradesh's Indore district had surfaced on social media
Madhya Pradesh Police find 18, including 14 migrant labourers, travelling to Lucknow inside cement mixer; FIR registered
The labourers had been trying to reach their native state Uttar Pradesh from Maharashtra, as they found no work due to the coronavirus lockdown
Coronavirus Outbreak: Confirmed cases in Indore's Central Jail climb to 19 after nine more prisoners test positive
Authorities suspect that the infection spread in the jail from a 58-year-old prisoner, who tested positive for COVID-19 on 14 April after his arrest.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Despite personal loss, Assam hospital cleaner stays put in quarantine; doctors, nurses spend time reading, watching shows
Quarantine is definitely more screentime albeit on the consumers' end. Be it the mobile phone or the television, perhaps both are the best tools to be exploited to the core when in quarantine.
Coronavirus Outbreak Updates: No relaxations in 88 hotspots in Kerala, restrictions to be eased in Orange-B and Green zones from 20 April
Coronavirus Outbreak Updates: Kerala police chief Loknath Behera said the relaxations of restrictions imposed would come into effect in the Green and Orange-B zones in the state from Monday, allowing among other the movement of private vehicles on odd-even basis,an official release said.
Coronavirus Outbreak updates: COVID-19 count in Delhi reaches 1,893; No decision yet on starting domestic, international flights, says Hardeep Singh Puri
Coronavirus Outbreak updates:Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri on Saturday said airlines are advised to open bookings only after the government takes a decision on starting domestic and international commercial passenger flight services.'The Ministry of Civil Aviation clarifies that so far no decision has been taken to open domestic or international operations,' he wrote on Twitter.
Coronavirus Outbreak LIVE Updates: With 118 new COVID-19 cases today, tally in Maharashtra crosses 3,000-mark; toll rises to 194
Coronavirus Outbreak LIVE Updates: The Union health ministry said that about 63,000 personal protective equipment (PPE) kits which arrived from China recently did not fulfill the criteria.
Coronavirus Outbreak: With rise in COVID-19 cases and no state cabinet, Madhya Pradesh struggles to cope with pandemic
As India grapples to contain the global outbreak of the novel coronavirus, the Shivraj Singh Chouhan-led government in Madhya Pradesh is finding itself in a tight spot in combating the COVID-19 pandemic. The state is currently running as a one-man show with the chief minister at the forefront of the crisis due to the lack of cabinet in the state.
Muslim men help carry Hindu woman's bier in MP's Indore after relatives fail to attend funeral due to lockdown
Due to the lockdown, the deceased's relatives could not reach the place in Indore for her funeral and no vehicle was available to carry the body to the cremation ground.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Police constable on lockdown duty attacked with stones in Madhya Pradesh's Indore; five arrested
Five people have been arrested in connection with the incident that took place in Chandan Nagar area in Indore on Tuesday evening
Take strict action against those who attacked healthcare workers; provide proper PPE and N95 masks: Bhaichung Bhutia to PM
Former India football captain Bhaichung Bhutia on Friday urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to punish the people who had attacked a team of healthcare workers in Indore and also pointed out the lack of testing kits in Sikkim to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
Two doctors injured in Madhya Pradesh after healthcare workers, civic officials attacked by Indore mob
Two female doctors were injured in Madhya Pradesh after healthcare workers and civic officials were attacked by a mob in an Indore neighbourhood on Wednesday while screening residents for coronavirus, according to media reports.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Madhya Pradesh reports first fatality; 65-year-old woman dies at Indore hospital
The woman, who had no history of travelling abroad in recent times, originally hailed from neighbouring Ujjain and was undergoing treatment at the government-run M Y Hospital in Indore.
COVID-19 suspect dies in West Bengal's Murshidabad after return from Saudi Arabia; samples sent for coronavirus test
The state health department has issued a directive to all private medical facilities to create a system for assessing all patients at admission allowing early recognition of possible COVID-19 infection and immediate isolation of patients with suspected infection in an area separate from other patients.
Three from Indore quarantined after returning from coronavirus-affected countries; 19 in isolation ward test negative
Dr Vina Sinha, the Health Additional Director, said 218 of the 600 people who returned to the state from coronavirus-affected countries have been kept in home isolation.