Bhupendra Singh: News

Born on 20th May 1960 in Bamora, Madhya Pradesh, Bhupendra Singh is a politician who represents the Bharatiya Janata Party in the Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly. Singh began his political journey as the Secretary of the Students Union in Sagar University in 1982. He soon began his climb up the rungs by holding various positions in RSS-affiliated organizations in the district of Sagar. In 1985-1986, he became the district president of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha. The early 90s were a watershed year for Singh as he became the State Vice President of BJP in 1993. In the same year, he made his debut in electoral politics by being elected to the Legislative Assembly from Surkhi. He represented Surkhi in the Vidhan Sabha till 2003 but he failed to be reelected from Surkhi in 2003. Similarly, he lost the 2008 assembly elections from Khurai in 2008. In 2009, however, he was elected as a Member of the Parliament from Sagar. He made a comeback to the Legislative Assembly in 2013 and was inducted into the Shivraj Singh Chouhan cabinet as the IT and Transport minister.

10 May 2022

Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh: Obscene dance program held at fair, official suspended

An obscene dance program organized at a fair in Madhya Pradesh's Mandsaur has prompted the state government to suspend the district's chief municipal officer (CMO).

09 Sep 2019


Rajasthan: 15 hours after gang frees criminal, police register FIR

It took Rajasthan police more than 15 hours to register an FIR against a gang, which barged into a police station to free one of Haryana's most-dreaded criminals on Friday.

10 Sep 2018

Madhya Pradesh

An Indian prison which allows inmates to live with family

At an open prison in Indore district of Madhya Pradesh, there is a two-room home, where a convicted prisoner lives with his family and can step outside the premises to work.

20 Jul 2018


30 IAS, 75 IPS officers transferred, redesignated in Rajasthan

In a major bureaucratic reshuffle, the Rajasthan government has transferred and redesignated 30 IAS and 75 IPS officers.