16-17.06.19 Madhya Pradesh (MPPCS) Daily Current Affairs

MADHYA PRADESH   Gujarat-Madhya Pradesh face off over Narmada water It seems Narmada water is all set to become a flash-point yet again between Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat, as the latter has stopped generating power from the riverbed power house (RBPH) at Sardar Sarowar dam, thus denying Madhya Pradesh almost 700 MW of energy every day.   MP … Read more

15.06.19 Madhya Pradesh (MPPCS) Daily Current Affairs

MADHYA PRADESH   Education department plans kindergarten in government schools for World Bank project   In a bid to improve the quality of education in Madhya Pradesh, the state education department has sent proposals to the World Bank as part of its project — Strengthening Teacher-learning and Results for States (STARS) — to fund various educational programmes in … Read more

14.06.19 Madhya Pradesh (MPPCS) Daily Current Affairs

MADHYA PRADESH   Now, water conservation in school & college curriculum   State government will include lessons on water conservation in school and college education curriculum in the state.   Before making the right to water a law, the government would consult the subject experts, educationists and legal experts. Besides, the people’s opinion would also be taken into consideration … Read more

13.06.19 Madhya Pradesh (MPPCS) Daily Current Affairs

  MADHYA PRADESH   Government’s 3-pronged strategy to double farmer income   Centre and state government want to double income of farmers, which can be achieved through animal husbandry, horticulture and fish farming as these fields have immense possibilities to earn benefits and generate employment.   In horticulture, farmers of Indore division can earn profit by sowing … Read more

12.06.19 Madhya Pradesh (MPPCS) Daily Current Affairs

MADHYA PRADESH   Madhya Pradesh slips in Niti Ayog health index   Madhya Pradesh, which has been tottering on health parameters, has slipped by a notch to 18th rank on the annual report of Niti Ayog Health Index released.   A drop of 7.8% in birth registration and TB treatment success rate is cited as the main … Read more

11.06.19 Madhya Pradesh (MPPCS) Daily Current Affairs

MADHYA PRADESH   World-class football academy in Madhya Pradesh soon   A state-of-the-art football academy with world-class trainers and infrastructure is all set to come up in chief minister Kamal Nath’s constituency of Chhindwara.   The main objective behind launching the academy is to provide better facilities for players of the game, which is the most-played … Read more

08.06.19 Madhya Pradesh (MPPCS) Daily Current Affairs

MADHYA PRADESH   MP govt to build 300 ‘smart gaushalas’, invites NRIs, foreign companies   The Madhya Pradesh government has invited private players to build 300 ‘smart gaushalas’ in the state under its ‘Project Gaushala’. Chief minister Kamal Nath has decided to approach non-resident Indians (NRIs) to fund of the ambitious project for which the government has also offered … Read more

07.06.19 Madhya Pradesh (MPPCS) Daily Current Affairs

MADHYA PRADESH                              Madhya Pradesh to reconsider land titles of tribals     The state government will reconsider all 3.5 lakh applications of tribal families for land titles.     The Forest Rights Act was implemented by the then UPA government. Under this, 6. 25 lakh applications seeking recognition of forest dwelling rights, were submitted … Read more

06.06.19 Madhya Pradesh (MPPCS) Daily Current Affairs

MADHYA PRADESH   MP govt to build 300 ‘smart gaushalas’, invites NRIs, foreign companies   The Madhya Pradesh government has invited private players to build 300 ‘smart gaushalas’ in the state under its ‘Project Gaushala’. Chief minister Kamal Nath has decided to approach non-resident Indians (NRIs) to fund of the ambitious project for which the government has also offered … Read more

05.06.19 Madhya Pradesh (MPPCS) Daily Current Affairs

MADHYA PRADESH   Madhya Pradesh to reconsider land titles of tribals The state government will reconsider all 3.5 lakh applications of tribal families for land titles. The Forest Rights Act was implemented by the then UPA government. Under this, 6. 25 lakh applications seeking recognition of forest dwelling rights, were submitted during the BJP’s rule … Read more

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