However, the tigress would soon return where she belonged after Madhya Pradesh High Court directed that the big cat be withdrawn from Satkosia and shifted to Kanha Tiger Reserve.
Monika Shergill, Vice-President, Content (Netflix) and Ambika Khurana, Director, Public Policies (Netflix) were booked by Rewa police for scenes which 'encouraged love jihad'.
In his complaint, the person also demanded that the Twitter account be restored, the official said.
During the day, three people died in Indore, two each in Gwalior and Jabalpur and one each in Bhopal, Sagar, Damoh, Hoshangabad, Dewas and Harda, the official said.
“The DFO of Satkosia will leave for Bhopal next week,” he said. Karate said Sundari is doing well.
Schools from Class I to Class VIII will remain closed till further orders, while students of Class IX to Class XII and colleges will be able to attend classes
“This could well have been replicated at other jewellery showrooms, most of which reported a large number of visitors ahead of Diwali,” a senior health department official feared
Former Rajya Sabha member and veteran BJP leader Kailash Sarang was cremated here with state honors on Sunday.
Drunkards assaulted the police personnel, which left a sub-inspector and a head constable injured.
The opposition Congress was ahead in only nine seats. The BSP drew a blank, despite leading on two seats during the day. The BJP had 107 seats with support of seven MLAs in the Assembly.
The BJP's current strength in the MP assembly is 107 and nine more seats take it to the simple majority mark of 116.
Among the 19 seats where BJP was leading, it was ahead by convincing margins in at least 11 seats, including in Badnawar, Suvasra, Sanchi, Sanver, Nepanagar, Mandhata and Gwalior.
If the by-elections spelt a likely big win for the BJP, it seemed dismal for the Congress, particularly in Madhya Pradesh where it could lose big.
The opposition Congress is ahead in nine seats out of the 27 constituencies for which trends are available.
BJP's Pradhumansinh Jadeja is leading by over 2,300 votes in Abdasa seat while former minister Kiritsinh Rana is ahead by 5,400 votes in Limbdi, among other candidates.