Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Minor boy killed as speeding SUV rams road divider

    A minor boy, who was driving a SUV, was killed after his vehicle rammed road divider and overturned on Dhar Road on Thursday. The vehicle was in high speed when it rammed the divider, witnesses said. Police are collecting details about the vehicle owner to know the circumstances under which he was allegedly speeding the…

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  • Bhopal: RSS is movement of social change, says Vispute

    Rashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangh’s Mahavidhyalay in Vidhyarthi Sangh Shiksha Varg (first year) ‘Prakat Samaroh’ was organised on Thursday. Famous actor and Sanskar Bharati, Madhya Praant, president, Rajiv Verma was the chief guest. RSS, Madhya Shetra, pracharak, Deepak Vispute, said RSS was a movement of social change. The RSS workers are doing the work of social…

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  • Bhopal: ‘Government security enough for loan borrowers’

    Chief Secretary Basant Pratap Singh said on Thursday that banks need not ask for guarantees from the borrowers for whom guarantee is given by the government, Bankers Committee, Pradhan Mantri Jan-Dhan Yojana, The banks should behave decently with the applicants who seek loans under government schemes. Besides, the banks must ensure that the public welfare…

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  • Bhopal: Women share their woes, welcome ordinance on triple talaq

    Welcoming the ordinance that criminalises triple talaq the victims of instant triple talaq in the city told Free press that now, men will be forced to think before seeking talalq and won’t be able to give instant talaq. 26-year-old Sabnam Beg (name changed) said, “In divorce cases views of wife should also be considered. I…

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  • Bhopal: CM’s declarations on SC/ST act confusing, says SPAKS

    The convenor of SPAKS has called the CM declaration on the SC/ST Atrocity Act as confusing, here on Thursday. Samnya Pichada Alpsankhyak Kalyan Samaj (SPAKS) convenor Heerlal Trivedi added that the state governments are bound to follow any law that is passed by the parliament and it cannot be modify it in any way. Comparing…

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  • Bhopal: Patient dies at AIIMS corridor for want of admission

    Chronic kidney patient died at the corridors of All India Institutes of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) here in want for admission for dialysis on Thursday. Harinarain Gurjar, 53, of Katara Hills, had already undergone dialysis twice at AIIMS. Gurjar was being treated by nephrologist Dr Mahendra Atlani at the medical Institute. Dr Atlani, confirmed that patient…

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  • Bhopal: Shocker to alliance with Congress, BSP announces its 22 candidates–Assembly Elections 2018

    Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) on Thursday dealt a severe shock to the possibilities of its alliance with Congress by announcing its first list comprising of 22 candidates for the ensuing assembly elections. It also announced that it would contest on all 230 assembly seats in MP. BSP state in-charge Ram Achal Rajbhar said the decision…

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  • Digital Services, PAP, Project-Affected Persons, road widening, Bmc, online,

    Digital Service: PAPs can be given houses online

    Mumbai: To eliminate delay in the distribution of houses to Project-Affected Persons and complete projects like road widening, laying of water or sewer pipelines and other works within deadlines, the BMC has gone online from Thursday. Under its ease-of-doing-business plan, the corporation has introduced in-house software to decentralise the process of house distribution for PAPs….

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  • Indore: Dengue scare Beware, you’ll be fined if mosquitoes larvae are found on your premises

    Concerned over increasing number of vector borne diseases in city, the state health department has directed Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) and district health officials to intensify anti-larvae drive and to impose fine on finding dengue mosquitoes larvae on any premises. As per the orders of principal secretary (health) Gauri Singh, the IMC has been directed…

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  • Indore: School bus conductor arrested for negligence

    The bus conductor of Kids Home School was also arrested on Thursday on charges of negligence in the accident in which class 1 student Ali Haider was killed. After the incident, police had arrested the bus driver.  Investigating officer SI Ashraf Ali Ansari said that bus conductor Prakash Panchal, a resident of Sirpur was also…

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