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PM Virtually Inaugrated 100-watt FM Radio transmitter in Damoh

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi ceremoniously inaugurated the 100-watt FM transmitter of All India Radio in Damoh today. Union Minister of State for Food Industry and Jal Shakti Shri Prahlad Singh Patel was present in Damoh during the programme. He visited the All India Radio Center and inquired about the Relay Center from the officials. A live view of Prime Minister Shri Modi was seen on this occasion.

Prahlad Singh Patel in his address on the launch of 100 watt FM transmitter of Akashvani Damoh said that apart from other media, Akashvani has taken the discussion of our cultural heritage to every household, so I consider it an important centre.

We have seen this effect in Prime Minister Mann Ki Baat and in the form of the success of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, we have seen the Amrit Mahotsav of Independence reaching the masses.

For the common man at the end, we are able to convey our message directly to him. Radio is the simplest and best means of communication.

He said he is grateful to the Prime Minister and thanked Central Information and Broadcasting Youth Affairs and Sports Minister Anurag Singh Thakur for getting the gift for Damoh.

Union Minister of State Mr Patel said that this is a very old station, today I am congratulating the Prime Minister on its restoration because he has not only given new life to All India Radio but has also given new strength.

I can understand the importance of All India Radio from Balaghat. Balaghat's All India Radio has a 99.6 per cent coverage area. But after the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the way the common people got the benefit of that connectivity of All India Radio and the success achieved by the Prime Minister in taking all his schemes to the common man, the results are in front of us today.

Whether this result is in the form of the Swachh Bharat Mission, whether it is in the form of Amrit Mahotsav of Independence, or whether it is in the matter of discussions of our cultural heritage, the result is that we can reach everything to the common man, whether he Educated or uneducated, he added his relation. Today is another important day, it is also the death anniversary of King Hriday Shah, who led the Bundela rebellion from this land.

News In Short-21 April-2023: MLA provides 40 Jumbo Oxygen Cylender for District Hospital


Bhoomi Poojan

Bhoomi Poojan and the foundation stone of the new government residence were done in Shahgarh court premises at the cost of more than seventy-five lakh rupees.

In the program, Senior District Judge Arun Kumar Singh instructed the construction agency to care for the quality of housing construction.

National Child Health Program

Under the National Child Health Program, testing equipment has been distributed to all development blocks to reduce the infant mortality rate in the district. On this occasion, the Chief Medical and Health Officer has directed the doctors to check every fertility center and detect congenital malformations.


The MLA of Sagar has provided forty jumbo oxygen cylinders and medicines, and sanitisers to the district hospital from the MLA's fund in view of the call of Covid. It is noteworthy that recently the city MLA inspected the district hospital. The health facilities and resources that were available to them were seen as inadequate.

CM Rise School

Sagar Division's Joint Director Public Education, Dr. Manish Verma, in his address at a public program organized at a private hotel in the city, said that CM Rise School is being set up to provide good education in the state. Along with this, the recruitment of 40,000 teachers is also being done.

Power Generating Company

Security soldiers will be deployed for security arrangements in various thermal and hydro power plants of Madhya Pradesh Power Generating Company. Ex-servicemen who are willing to work on the post of Security Guard, Armed Guard and Supervisor will have to contact District Sainik Welfare Office Sagar.

Chief Electoral Officer

According to the Chief Electoral Officer of Madhya Pradesh, the work of adding names to the voter list has started, which will continue till May 15. In which all booth level officers will reach door to door and take applications. Meanwhile, action will also be taken to add names to the voter list and remove names of ineligible ones.

E-Khasra project

E-Khasra project has also been implemented in Madhya Pradesh under the National Land Records Modernization Program.

Farmers have been urged to take only E Khasra Khatoni. For this work, information centers have been set up in all tehsils.

From whom certified copies of Khasra B-1, map can be obtained by paying thirty rupees per page.

Farmers can see the copy of their account, the map of the field for free on the departmental website MP Land Records.

Anti-Plastic Campaign-Say No To Plastic

The Municipal Commissioner has given instructions to ban the circulation of single-use polythene and plastic material made from it. In this connection, the Assistant Commissioner of the Municipal Corporation, along with all the zone in-charges and ward sweepers, have been asked to speed up the challan action against those who sell and use single-use plastic material.

It is noteworthy that the Government of India has imposed a complete ban on single-use plastic and materials made from it. Despite that, the shopkeepers who are found using it, the non-standard polythene has to be confiscated by taking fraudulent action against them.

In this connection, the Municipal Commissioner has urged the citizens to use bags made of cloth instead of single-use polythene.

Prohibited items - Earbuds with plastic stickers, plastic baton used for balloons, polystyrene thermocol decorative material, plastic plates, glasses, plastic forks, spoons, plastic knives, extra tray cutlery, around sweet box Wrapping or packaging films, invitation cards and cigarette packets, plastic or PVC banners of thickness less than 100 microns, plastics, steerers, etc.

Calling former CM mad is not good for democratic values-Congress

Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee member Ram Kumar Pachauri has said in his ongoing statement that calling Kamal Nath mad by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan is an insult to the people of the state. 

He himself is on a constitutional post and has also been a former chief minister. Using such language towards him is not appropriate for democratic values.No one should boast like this on the post, it cannot be said when the public can make someone former.

Ayushman Bharat Yojna becomes main reasons for excessive operation-Dr Choubey

Orthopaedic specialist and senior doctor Dr S. Choubey believe that in this era of modern technology, treating hand or leg fractures or bone fractures is possible by tying plaster instead of operation.

Dr Choubey, who presented his research papers by participating in the convention organized on the problems related to bone diseases and their diagnosis in different cities, discussed the issues related to it with the media today.

Orthopaedic specialist and senior doctor of Sagar, Dr Choubey presented his research papers by participating in related conferences in different cities of Amritsar, Bhopal and Chhattisgarh.

In the presentation through the research paper, it was said that in this era of modern technology, more bone operations are being done and the patient's time is being saved, but even today, the treatment of fracture or bone fracture of hand or leg (complex fracture) except) is also possible by skilfully tying the plaster. With this patients can be saved from the operation.

Dr Choubey said that about 40-50 years ago in Sagar City only bone fractures were fixed by tying plaster, but then orthopaedic expertise started taking shape and the number of operations started increasing day by day.

It came to the conclusion that the interest of the victims to get plaster remained intact, but the operation was being told by specialists. Patients also started feeling good about getting well soon from the operation.

Dr GS Choubey said that in case of bone fracture, the patient recovers quickly from the operation, but due to these many complications arise physically and the financial burden is also high. This problem needs to be understood by the patients.

Invited to NIMS Medical College, Jaipur on the basis of research papers presented by Dr GS Choubey. Where he gave detailed information about the nuances of adopting the plaster technique on bone fracture among the team of osteopaths.

Orthopedist Dr Choubey said that the government's Ayushman Yojana is also one of the main reasons for excessive operation on bone fractures. However, this scheme is in the interest of the patients.

For this, the government should form a committee of expert doctors at the state and district level, who after examining decide and tell the hospital operators when surgery is necessary in case of a fracture of an arm or leg, and when the patient can be cured by tying plaster.

As far as possible, motivate the patients to plaster in case of bone fracture, this will reduce the physical complications of the patients and also stop the misuse of government funds.

PM SHRI SCHOOL- Each each development block will have two PM Shri schools

A meeting of the Council of Ministers was held at Mantralaya under the chairmanship of the Chief Minister today. The cabinet ratified the establishment of 730 PM Shree schools in the state. 

A maximum of 02 schools in each development block of the state (626 in 313 development blocks) and 104 schools in urban bodies of 52 districts, in this way a maximum of 730 schools have been given P.M. Will be marked as Shree School.

One of the identified schools will be run for primary education (Class I to VIII) and one school for higher secondary education. The cost of PM Shree School will be borne by the Center and the State in a ratio of 60:40.

An expenditure of Rs 277 crore 40 lacs will be incurred on all 730 PM Shree schools, out of which the state's share will be Rs 110 crore 96 lacs per year.

This project is for 5 years and during this period the expenditure burden of Rs 554 crore 80 lacs will fall on the state government. After 5 years of the scheme, it will be completely operated by the state government.

It is worth mentioning that along with overall compliance with the provisions of the National Education Policy 2020, quality of education, equality and access to education facilities will be included in PM Shree School. These schools will be presented as examples of other schools.

Result Open-Kalicharan Kushwaha of Gwalior got  first rank in the exam

The School Education Department has released the results of the excellent and model school selection examination year 2023-24 to be conducted through the State Open School Education Board in the state on April 3.

Board director Prabhat Raj Tiwari said that 94 thousand 115 candidates of the state appeared in this examination, in which applications were made by 42 thousand 101 girl students and 52 thousand 14 boys. 

A total of 37 thousand 163 candidates including 21 thousand 77 boys and 16 thousand 86 girls have passed in the examination.

A total of 10 thousand 127 students, including 5 thousand 804 boys and 4 thousand 323 girls, have been selected in excellent schools among the candidates who passed the selection test. 

At the same time, a total of 11 thousand 68 students, including 6 thousand 227 boys and 4 thousand 841 girls, have been selected for model schools. Students who have passed the selection test but could not be selected, such students are kept on the waiting list.

A total of 10 thousand 127 students, including 5 thousand 804 boys and 4 thousand 323 girls, have been selected in excellent schools among the candidates who passed the selection test. 

Mr Tiwari said that a total of 44 thousand 240 candidates, including 23 thousand 683 boys and 20 thousand 557 girls, have failed the selection test, while a total of 12 thousand 712 students, including 7 thousand 254 boys and 5 thousand 458 girls, have remained absent in the selection test.

Shri Tiwari told that Kalicharan Kushwaha of Gwalior has secured 88 marks, Ambuj Tiwari of Bhind has secured 85 marks and Yukti Tiwari of Sidhi has secured the leading position in the selection of excellent schools in the state by scoring 85 marks.

  On the other hand, Pragya Jaiswal of Sidhi has scored 84 marks, Mohit Kushwaha of Katni has scored 84 marks and Prateek Sethia of Katni has been leading in model school selection across the state by scoring 83 marks.

 Mr Tiwari said that students can check their results on the official website of the State Open School Education Board.

Meditation  Camp will focus on 10 commandement of osho-Swami Shailendra

Renowned philosopher Acharya Rajneesh Osho's younger brother Swami Shailendra Saraswati is doing the work of spreading Osho's teachings in the whole world through very simple meditation experiments through Osho Fragrance Group. 

Swami Shailendra's three-day meditation camp is being organized on the 5th, 6th and 7th of April at Heritage Hotel Complex Sagar. Swami Shailendra Saraswati and mother Amrit Priya discussed with the media today about Osho and the camp.

Swami Shailendra Saraswati told that this meditation camp is different. The first one focuses on Osho's Ten Commandments. He told that Osho's thoughts were revolutionary and spontaneous. 

He said that until the feeling awakens from the inside, do not obey. His commands teach the art of living life, love devotion etc. These will be taught through meditation and experimentally in the camp. 

He said in answer that doesn't be afraid of Samadhi. Samadhi is the culmination of meditation. In which we imbibe. The body remains relaxed.

On the question of building a memorial for Osho, he said that there are crores of his followers. He is in the heart of the people. It often happens that a man's talent is appreciated decades after his death.

  God is also remembered not in his lifetime but in the later period. The same is with Osho. How can we be happy while living in worldly life, it is in the ideology of Osho.

On this occasion, mother Amrit Priya said on the subject of where and how Anand said that things have developed in our world but not humans. Happiness comes from within, only then can happiness be attained.

Where and how to enjoy? On Tuesday, April 4, 2023, from 3 pm to 5.30 pm, a Satsang ceremony has been organized at Kavi Padmakar Auditorium, Bhopal Road, Moti Nagar Police Station, Chauraha Sagar.

In this, after the lecture, the questions asked by the curious will also be resolved. Heartily Osho Fragrance Group Sagar is inviting all the enlightened and intellectual people of Sagar city. In this program, Maa Amrit Priya ji who has a different personality in the world of spirituality will also be present in the lecture.

On this occasion, Anand Jain told that from 5th to 7th April 2023, Hotel Heritage Convention Kanera Dev Sagar will have a meditation camp which will be Right Mindfulness Retreat (based on Osho's 10 Commandments). About 145 people have been registered in this.

Many people including Anand Jain, Kailash Singhai, Santosh Guru, Mrs Nidhi Jain, Rishi Singhai, and Monu Jain were present on this occasion.