CM Congratulates and Appreciates - Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has congratulated the citizens of Indore and Bhopal for having acquired first and second positions respectively in the country’s Swachch Sarvekshan-2017. The Chief Minister Chouhan has also congratulated the citizens from other cities of the state also included in the 50 cities of the country in different categories. He said that cleanliness will be made a habit in Madhya Pradesh. The state government and society will work together in this direction. Chouhan has also lauded people's representatives, urban bodies and other institutions of the awarded cities.
A series of cultural programmes focussing life and philosophy of Adi Shankaracharya was held in all the districts. Holy reminisces of Adi Shakaracharya were recalled in the presence of Jagtguru Shankaracharya Swami Jayendra Saraswati of Kanchi Kamkoti Peeth in Mansarovar Auditorium of Assembly at Bhopal.
Women have been worshipped and considered powerful in Indian tradition, darshan and culture. In Hindu religious epics, Saraswati, Durga and Lakshmi are considered Goddesses of Vidya (education), Shakti (power) and Dhan (wealth). Innovations have been made in training and establishing women as entrepreneurs and making them self-reliant through cooperatives.
"Important decisions today's NDMC meeting-open auction of Taj Mansingh, cancel Le Meridian Hotel license, 240 days TMR (Temporary Muster Roll) every yr 2 all death cases (sic)," Kejriwal tweeted. Earlier in November 2016, Tata Group's IHCL (Indian Hotels Company Ltd) had moved to the Supreme Court saying that they had no need to auction the Taj Hotel had it generated good revenue for the civic body.
Some banks, including HDFC Bank, have begun charging a minimum amount of Rs 150 per transaction for cash deposits and withdrawals beyond four free transactions in a month. The new charges would apply to savings as well as salary accounts effective from Wednesday, leading private sector player HDFC Bank said in a circular.
This honour will be conferred to Prof. Dilip Chakrawarty for the year 2013-14. The award carries a cash reward of Rs. 2 lakh, citation letter and plaque. Prof. Chakrawarty is currently serving as Professor in Cambridge University of U.K. It may be mentioned that this award is given for best work in the field of conservation of archeological heritage and archeological culture.