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State to not import coal for thermal plants

The government of Madhya Pradesh has decided not to import coal for its thermal power plants. MP Power Generating Company (MP Genco) had invited tenders to import 750,000 tonne coal in May 2022.

Madhya Pradesh to not import coal for thermal plants

Tenders were invited for importing 750,000 metric tonnes of coal.

Bhopal to be first 5G-enabled smart city in India

Madhya Pradesh Government announced that Bhopal would be the first smart city in India to be 5G-enabled. In the next four months, the city would test 5G internet services in certain areas, allowing inhabitants access to high-speed internet.

New sub-urbanisation policy

The state government will roll out the ‘sub-urbanisation’ policy to curb unplanned urban development. It is in the process of coming out with a master plan for Bhopal, Indore and other cities in the state.

State to approve transit-oriented development policy

The Madhya Pradesh Cabinet is set to give in-principle approval to the transit-oriented development (TOD) policy.


The company has bagged an order from the Water Resources Department, Government of Madhya Pradesh, for the execution of the Kundalia Irrigation project - right bank.

Madhya Pradesh gets India's first smart cities control centre

Despite the slow progress in the Centre's Smart Cities mission (SCM), the Madhya Pradesh Government potentially took the first few steps towards fulfilling the mandate set by the SCM.

MP to regularise illegal colonies

Madhya Pradesh plans to facilitate the process of regularising illegal colonies in the state. The rule to collect 50 per cent development charges from the residents of illegal colonies to regularise their tenements by upgrading infrastructure, was burdening occupants of such localities.

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