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Centre assures maximum help for Bhopal, Indore Metro Train Projects

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Bhopal: Union Minister for Urban Development Venkaiah Naidu today said that Madhya Pradesh has done tremendous work in infrastructure development and gave the assurance that the Centre would extend full cooperation for the execution of the Bhopal and Indore metro train projects. 308 more words

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VIT to set up its campus near Bhopal; Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Jaibhan Singh Pawaiya to lay foundation

Economic Times | By PTI | Updated: Oct 17, 2016 |  VIT to set up its campus near Bhopal; Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Jaibhan Singh Pawaiya to lay foundation | 253 more words

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Apologies in advance for focusing on my travel and blogs

Today was an eye-opener for me.

So far, we’ve had four days in India. Twelve hours between flights were in New Delhi—a city we know fairly well—and three days have been in Bhopal—a city I first met in the news in the 1980s. 478 more words


Prime Minister Modi inaugurates War Memorial in Bhopal

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Bhopal: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today paid tributes to martyrs who have laid down their life fighting for the nation.

The PM  was addressing a huge rally held at the imposing Lal Parade Grounds here to mark the inauguration of a war memorial for martyrs built by Madhya Pradesh Government. 82 more words


War Memorial that will establish a special bond between the martyrs and citizens

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Bhopal: The authorities in the capital are giving final touches these days to the preparations for the special event being organised in the capital on October 14 for Prime Minister Narendra Modi to dedicate to the nation the Shaurya Smarak (War Memorial) built on Arera Hills overlooking the new Bhopal area. 847 more words

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New Digital Archive About 1984 Chemical Leak in Bhopal, India

There’s a new digital archive coming to the University of Wisconsin-Madison: “Bhopal: Law, Accidents and Disasters in India” “According to Marc Galanter, UW professor emeritus of law and South Asian studies, more than 20,000 people died and hundreds of thousands more were injured as a result of the 1984 chemical leak that took place in Bhopal, India. 44 more words

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A Photography Trip To Bhopal

Strobe, the photography wing of Economics department of Dyal Singh College, travelled on a photography trip to Bhopal this year. The contrasting cityscapes of Bhopal, the scenic lakes in the middle of the city, and the predominantly Muslim population, make Bhopal a melting pot of cultures, and hence a perfect place for photography! 495 more words