DIG, Chhatarpur Range, K C Jain, who conducted the inquiry, said he had submitted his report but refused to disclose its contents. A senior officer in Bhopal said the three police officials were found prima facie responsible and a departmental inquiry will be initiated against them
In its suspension notice dated October 11, the higher education department said the NSS event had a party symbol in the backdrop. It also alleged that students were lured with money to vote for a political party.
Insisting that the RSS chose to work only among men, the outfit’s all-India prachar pramukh Manmohan Vaidya said, “If he wants to see women, he should go to a women’s hockey match. Men and women don’t compete together in sports.’’
On September 12, the Amla Janpad (Block) panchayat of Betul, struggling to meet the open defecation free target, slapped steep fines across seven of its villages. Only 13 out of 68 gram panchayats in Amla Janpad are ODF-free so far.
Senior Congress leader Kamal Nath said he had no problems if the party projected MP Jyotiraditya Scindia as the chief ministerial face of Madhya Pradesh. The Congress party vice-president Rahul Gandhi will take the final call.
The committee, comprising officials of Archaeological Survey of India and Geological Survey of India, visited the temple on September 7 at the Supreme Court’s direction to look into whether the Shivling has shrunk.
Accepting the committee’s decision at its July 26 meeting, the full bench of the court recommended that the services of the two trainee judges be terminated under Section 9C of the Madhya Pradesh Higher Judicial Service (Recruitment and Condition of Service) Rules, 1994.
The minister said madarsas follow all rules laid by the school education department and should have no problem to emulate the regular schools who unfurl the tri-colour and play the national anthem daily.
Members of a newly formed group, including principals and some officials of the Regional Centre of NIOS, had raised questions about unusually low attendance figures at some examination centres, interpreting these differently before and after the results.
The campaign will also involve organising meetings of Muslim men and women across the country, after which resolutions will be passed and copies sent to the President, Prime Minister, judges, law commission and women’s commission to assert the community’s right to follow its personal laws.
Triple talaq: At the marathon meeting in Bhopal on Sunday, the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) again accused the government of attempting an attack on Muslim personal laws, and welcomed the court order for not going in that direction.
A resolution passed by the Afzalpur gram panchayat to this effect has the backing of the Hindu Mahasabha and local BJP leaders, including MP Sudhir Gupta and MLA Jagdish Devda, the latter a former minister.
NIOS chairman Chandra B Sharma told The Indian Express that on August 22 he recommended a detailed investigation by the Centre into the serious irregularities found across three NIOS examination centres in Madhya Pradesh — Ratlam, Umaria and Sehore.
Special Judge Girish Dixit, who sentenced Faisal and two others for life, included the letter in his 49-page verdict delivered on August 29. The judge said the letter expressed lack of faith in the court and the secular Constitution of the country.
When news of the calf’s death spread, the panchayat of Nai community met around 10 am and announced the punishment. Municipal councillor Mukesh Garg, in whose ward the woman and her family reside, told The Sunday Express that he opposed the punishment but no one listened to him.