After Congress dared BJP government to disclose names of those who have stashed black money, Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu on Thursday said those making noise over the issue were actually shielding such account holders.
Senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh on Monday asked the Special Task Force (STF) to investigate selection of candidates in various medical colleges in Madhya Pradesh since 2006 through the state Professional Examination Board (MPPEB), which he said is "dubious".
After BJP's Madhya Pradesh MLA Usha Thakur's controversial remarks, another BJP MLA from the state, Rameshwar Sharma, sparked off a fresh controversy by stating that Muslims should taste cow urine or panchgavya (a concoction made of five cow products, namely, milk, ghee, curd, urine and dung) if they want to enter Garba festival.
In a major reshuffle, Madhya Pradesh government has transferred 66 IPS officers, including three Additional Director Generals of Police, four zonal Inspector Generals, eight Deputy Inspector Generals and 18 Superintendents of Police posted in various districts.
To attract major investment in Madhya Pradesh during next month's Global Investors Summit, the state government is making all efforts for participation of not just leading captains of the industry but also ambassadors and high commissioners of 11 countries.
Stating that National Highways in Madhya Pradesh are the worst in the country, Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari today said the Centre will ensure that road projects in the state commence within four months.
Opposition Congress in Madhya Pradesh has demanded disciplinary action against two senior IAS officers for reportedly making a presentation on organising a "krishi mahotsav", before the state executive meeting of BJP.
A special court here has issued an arrest warrant against terminated Madhya Pradesh IAS couple Tinoo and Arvind Joshi and sent his two NRI sisters besides six others allegedly involved in the Rs 42 crore disproportionate assets case to jail.
In a setback to BJP, Congress wrested the Bahoriband Assembly seat from the ruling party which emerged victorious in Agar and Vijayraghavgarh segments in the by-elections, results of which were announced on Monday.