Free Press Journal
  • Suspended medical students might be back in colleges

    BHOPAL: The state government is taking a strict stand on the suspension of medical students, whose name surfaced in the Vyapam scam. There is a possibility that the government may cancel the suspensions. . Last week, as many as 97 students of Gwalior- based Gajraraje Medical College were suspended. These students approached medical education minister Narottam Mishra and principal secretary Ajay Tirki to present their viewpoint.

  • City experiences thunder showers; winds bring chill

    BHOPAL: Bhopal experienced rain and thundershowers on Wednesday night. Besides, chilly winds swept through the city in the evening. However, temperature did not fall perceptibly as there was much moisture in atmosphere.

  • One of three absconding SIMI workers surrenders

    BHOPAL: Mazid Nagori, one of three absconding members of the banned Students Islamic Movement of India ( SIMI), has surrendered before CJM court on Wednesday. He surrendered through his lawyer Parvez Alam. Madhya Pradesh Anti- Terrorist Squad ( ATS) on Sunday had announced a reward of Rs 15,000 on each of the three fugitives.

  • Gas relief clinics to send record of referred patients

    BHOPAL: Gas relief clinics have been told to send the record of the patients before referring them to Bhopal Memorial Hospital and Research centre ( BMHRC). This was decided at the meeting of the Monitoring committee constituted by Supreme Court headed by Justice VK Agrawal on Wednesday. Meeting was held at Fee Regulatory Committee office, Shyamla Hills.

  • House burgled; jewellery, cash worth Rs 12L gone

    BHOPAL: A band of thieves sneaked into the locked house of a garment shop owner located at Sant Nagar under Bairagarh police station and decamped with cash and jewellery worth Rs 12 lakhs during the intervening night of Tuesday and Wednesday. The incident came to light at around 1 am on Wednesday when the house owner and his family returned to the house after attending a marriage ceremony.

  • Professors with few or no students of their subject to be shifted

    BHOPAL: In order to ensure proper ratio of students and professors, Department of Higher Education ( DHE) will conduct an assessment of the number of professors, associate professors and assistant professors and students in government colleges across the state, besides granting promotions to teachers on vacant posts.

  • Heavy showers soak Indore

    Indore: Weather was most poetic on Wednesday. Amid cold breeze and swinging trees, dark clouds opened up in the evening dipping the mercury to a few notches. The unseasonal rains soaked people who had left homes without umbrellas and raincoats.

  • Alpesh arrested, released on bail

    Indore: Former joint- secretary of Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association ( MPCA) Alpesh Shah, accused of sexually harassing a teenage cricketer, was arrested and released on bail by Tukoganj police, on Wednesday. Shah’s arrest was awaited for many months.

  • City gets bulletproof car

    Indore: has got a bulletproof car to ferry VIPs with Z- plus security. Till date, Indore did not have a car that suits to the convoy for people with top security status. Whenever any VVIP would visit the city, the police personnel would always have to worry for their security. Now they

  • Mobile phone explodes in child’s hand

    Indore: Playing video game on a charging mobile phone cost dear to a 10- year- old boy in Bagli area of Dewas, on Wednesday. The mobile phone with which he was playing exploded in his hands leaving him seriously injured.

  • Rotation rule: Time for review of headships

    Indore: National Assessment and Accreditation Council ( NAAC) peer team had returned after carrying out inspection at the DAVV for accreditation and now it’s time for review of headships under rotation norm. The university may soon start assessment of performance by heads of teaching departments, who have completed more than three years in the office.

  • No new liquor distillery, shop in state: Shivraj

    • Khargone to be developed as Dist of Excellence
    • Development work worth Rs 18.18 crore inaugurated in Khargone

    Indore: “ No new liquor distillery or shop will be opened in Madhya Pradesh any more,” said Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauahan in a convention in Khargone on Wednesday. He was in Khargone to participat in the convention for making Madhya Pradesh a better state and he also inaugurated 52 development works worth Rs 18.18

  • Cong leaders file petition against Kejriwal

    Indore: Two Congress leaders filed a petition against AAP leader and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal in a district court here on Wednesday. The petition claimed that the recent dharna by Kejriwal in Delhi is unconstitutional as he is a CM now.

  • ‘ Fueling Depot’ opened in Indore rly station

    • At present, the depot is being used to fill diesel in EOG coach of ashwantpur- Indore Exp
    • New facility ends dependency on Ujjain Station.

    Indore: A new facility has been added at Indore Railway Station in the form of ‘ Fueling Depot’. It will be helpful in filling diesel in ‘ End of Generation ( EOG)’ coaches, which are at present being used in ashwantpur- Indore Express and it will

  • UDA to launch new housing scheme on Agar Road

    Ujjain: Development Authority ( UDA) will launch a new housing scheme on Agar Road. Divisional Commissioner cum UDA Chairman AK Pandey and Board of Directors approved the new housing schemes to be developed in village Hakkanipura and Khilchipur on Agar Road.

  • Murderer gets life in jail for double murder

    Ujjain: District Court on Wednesday convicted an accused in a double murder case and awarded life imprisonment. According to SP Anurag, complainant Aashifnoor, son of Ahmadnoor, a resident of Begambag Colony lodged a complaint against Firoz, who murdered his maternal uncle Aarif and his wife on April 30, 2013. The accused stabbed Aarif to death in front of Naagziri on Dewas Road while he was returning from his work.

  • VU gears up for outh Festival

    Ujjain: Vikram University is organising host outh Festival on January 23 and 24. A meeting of programme conveners was organised on Wednesday Golden Jubilee Auditorium to make the event successful.