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  • 'Nimbu Paani' and 'Aam Panna'; Bacardi introduces two new Breezer flavours in India July 16, 2014

    Bacardi Limited, which produces, markets and distributes a variety of spirits has introduced two new flavours of Breezers in the Indian market, according to a post on its official Facebook page. Nimbu Paani and Aam Panna, two of India's most commonly found and much loved drinks, will target consumers partial...
  • Murli Manohar Joshi starts campaigning in Kanpur March 29, 2014

    Senior BJP candidate Murli Manohar Joshi has geared up canvassing for the upcoming polls in his turf - the Kanpur Lok Sabha seat after remaining absent for long time. Joshi, who is all set to take on Union Coal Minister and sitting Congress MP Sri Prakash Jaiswal from Kanpur constituency, arrived...
  • Drones to keep watch on tigers and poachers at Panna Tiger reserve January 11, 2014

    In a first, unmanned aerial surveillance planes- drones, have been deployed in the Panna Tiger Reserve to keep a tab on the movement of tigers and other animals and to keep an eye on poachers. Poachers had virtually wiped out the big cat population in the reserve a few years ago. After...
  • Post re-introduction drive, Panna reclaims its tiger populace January 3, 2014

    After the successful tiger re-introduction programme in Madhya Pradesh, Panna Reserve that lost all its big cats to poaching four years ago, now boasts of having 23 tigers in its wild. The tiger re-introduction programme was launched in 2009 by translocating tigers (one male and four females) from other reserves in...
  • 2011 Advani bomb case: Panna Ismail, Bilal Malik arrested in Andhra October 5, 2013

    Chennai: In a gun battle that lasted over 12 hours, two key suspects involved in the 2011 Advani pipe bomb case and recent murders of BJP and Sangh parivar unit leaders, were arrested from a house at Puthur in Andhra Pradesh on Saturday, a top official said. "Panna Ismail and Bilal...
  • Madhya Pradesh declares six new special tourism zones August 13, 2013

    In order to promote its tourism potential, six new special tourism zones have been declared in Madhya Pradesh. The new special tourism zones include - Salkanpur, Chitrakoot, Panna, Choral, Maheshwar and Amarkantak. The list was issued by tourism department officials at Bhopal on Tuesday. The state government has issued notification to...
  • Panna firing case: MP police detains main accused March 11, 2012

    Bhopal: The MP police on Sunday arrested a man in connection with the firing on the police team which had intercepted illegal sand mining in Chandipatha on Saturday. He was identified as Kuber Singh. "We have taken into custody Kubar Singh from the area where illegal sand mining was going on,"...
  • MP murder: State cancels mining contracts March 11, 2012

    Bhopal: The Chhattarpur district administration on Sunday cancelled all sand mining contracts in the district after media outrage over IPS officer Narendra Kumar's killing and a second attack on a sub-divisional magistrate and police officials in Panna. IPS officer Narendra Kumar was allegedly crushed to death under a tractor that was...
  • MP: spot where the IPS officer was killed March 10, 2012

    CNN-IBN reports from the place where the entire mystery of attacks lies. ...
  • MP: Sand mafia attacks cops, officials March 10, 2012

    New Delhi: Within two days of the killing of Indian Police Service Officer Narendra Kumar Singh by the mining mafia in Madhya Pradesh's Morena district, there was another attack on police and government officials in the state Saturday, this time in the Panna district, an official said. Alleged members of the...
  • Filmography: Dev Anand's most memorable movies December 4, 2011

    New Delhi: Sixty five years in Bollywood and six decades years of being the romantic ever-green hero, Dev Anand breathed his last in London today. What started with 'Hum Ek Hain' in 1946 finished with 'Chargesheet' in 2011. And perhaps if Dev Anand had not left us today - a...
  • Snapshot: Here's the biggest diamond ever November 12, 2011

    Bhopal: Keeping up with the legacy of digging up some of the best gems in the world - the diamond mines in the heart of India gave rise to another huge piece of 'rock'. The biggest ever diamond was unearthed by State-run mineral giant NMDC from the legendary diamond mines...
  • Tiger cubs go missing in Panna, MP September 13, 2010

    Bhopal: With the tiger population dwindling every day, there’s more reason for concern for the ministry of environment and forest as two cubs have gone missing from the Panna Tiger Reserve in Madhya Pradesh recently. After Sariska, Panna was the second national park to lose all its tigers...
  • Panna gets a big boost, 3 tiger cubs born May 10, 2010

    Bhopal: A translocated tigress has given birth to three cubs in Panna Tiger Reserve of Madhya Pradesh. The tigress was translocated in March 2009 after the reserve lost its tiger population. The birth of the cubs has been hailed by the conservationists and leaders of Madhya Pradesh. "It is a very healthy...
  • Three new tiger cubs join Panna reserve May 9, 2010

    Bhopal: In cheering news for wildlife enthusiasts, a tigress brought to Madhya Pradesh's Panna National Park last year has given birth to three cubs, officials said on Sunday. The good news comes exactly a year after the reserve was declared without any tigers. "The state government's tiger rehabilitation programme in Panna has...
  • Animal carcass found in Panna tiger reserve February 8, 2010

    Skeletal remains of wild animals recovered inside Panna tiger reserve in MP. Is the tiger forest not a safe haven for its big cats? ...
  • Madhya Pradesh takes 4 yrs to admit tigers extinct June 19, 2009

    First it was Sariska and now the state of Madhya Pradesh - considered to be the tiger state of the country - has lost all tigers in the Panna National Park. What went wrong in Panna and why did it take the government four years to admit that tigers...
  • The great tiger cover up: No big cats left in Panna June 18, 2009

    New Delhi: Once a haven for wild tigers, Panna National Park on Thursday has been emptied of all its tigers. Over 20 of the big cats have gone missing and all may have succumbed to poaching. Tiger expert P K Sen says, "If there are no tigers in Panna, then...
  • The confessions of a tiger poacher June 18, 2009

    New Delhi: India loses over 35 wild tigers and 150 leopards to large-scale poaching every year. The trade in tigers and tiger parts is flourishing despite strict laws. One man - caught from Chattarpur district near Panna in 2005 - admits to poaching and trading in five tigers and 30...
  • CNN-IBN Focus: What can be done to protect tigers June 18, 2009

    The special focus on CNN-IBN on Thursday was India's disappearing tigers. Tigers have gone extinct at the Panna Tiger Reserve in Madhya Pradesh. In fact, they went extinct years ago but it took the government nearly four years time to admit it. What is going wrong and what is the...
  • No tigers in Panna national park, fear conseravtionists March 2, 2009

    New Delhi: Is Panna National park in Madhya Pradesh the next Sariska? There are conflicting reports that park's last remaining male tiger may have gone missing. The Forest Department meanwhile is introducing female tigers to restore the park. But that might not really help if the big cat has been wiped...
  • Panna National Park witnesses tiger extinction December 23, 2008

    Madhya Pradesh: Panna National Park Madhya Pradesh - once home to 30 tigers as per government figures has lost all its breeding tigers - for over a month no females have been sighted in the National Park. “We are planning to move two tigresses into Panna National Park because...
  • Tiger vanishes in India's best tiger reserve August 21, 2007

    Panna, Madhya Pradesh: The Indian tiger is on its way to extinction—that is clear from a CNN-IBN special investigation in what is touted as India’s best tiger habitat. The Panna Tiger Reserve in Madhya Pradesh has only five to seven tigers left, and all of them are males. The reserve, which...
  • Royal bahu beats mother-in-law, jailed June 17, 2007

    New Delhi: A daughter-in-law of the Panna royal family has been sentenced to six months' imprisonment for beating up her mother-in-law and three months' imprisonment for assaulting her sister-in-law in Chhatarpur in Madhya Pradesh. Judicial Magistrate A K Pandey handed down the concurrent prison terms under different sections of the IPC...