Free Press Journal
  • PMT 2012 STF files charge sheet against 13 accused

    BHOPAL: The Special Task Force ( STF) filed a challan of 500 pages in PMT- 2012 scam against 13 accused in the CJM court on Wednesday.Case under Section 420, 120- B, 471 of IPC, and section 65, 66 of IT Act and various sections of Professional Examinations Act has been registered against all the 13 accused. Only one girl student has been arrested so far in this case. More students

  • Fuelled by black money, they grew by leaps and bounds

    BHOPAL: The raids conducted by the income tax ( I- T) department on establishments of two big construction groups on Wednesday have sent shock waves in the political circles. The department raided Akriti Group, which is owned by Hemant Soni. Soni was a sub- engineer in department of public health engineering fifteen years back. He grew into a big businessman from a sub- engineer during his postings in Narsinghpur and

  • Documents seized from Jatia’s house under scrutiny

    BHOPAL: Rajkumar Jatia, son of former Union minister Satyanarayan Jatia, may be summoned for quizzing on the basis of the documents seized during the CBI raids on the latter’s house.

  • Girl students complain against college authorities

    BHOPAL: State Women’s Commission has instructed Jai Narain College Of Technology ( JNCT), Bhopal, to constitute Internal Sexual Harassment committee after the complaint over the way the college management subjected girls to search in exam.

  • Petition filed against SE

    BHOPAL: The CJM court, on Wednesday, accepted the petition challenging the caste certificate of Superintending Engineer, Water resources NK Parihar. The hearing will be on February 5. A petition was filed in the court by social activist KS Chauhan and their advocates Atma Ram Jatav and AB Dubey. According to petition NK Parihar’s original name is Nand Kishore Koli who basically hails from Raisen and comes under scheduled tribes.

  • Three women try to loot trader;cops come to his rescue

    BHOPAL: Three women allegedly tried to commit loot with a 22- year- old Rajasthan based garment trader at Alpana Tiraha under Mangalwara police station on Tuesday night, who were later caught by the personnel of PCR van and were handed over to the Mangalwara police.

  • Get NAAC accreditation: Minister tells VCs of Pvt varsities

    BHOPAL: Higher and technical education minister Umashankar Gupta has asked private universities to get mandatory accreditation from national accreditation and assessment council ( NAAC) for improvement in quality for building their distinct identity.The minister, in a meeting with chancellors and vice chancellors of a dozen private universities, established so far in Madhya Pradesh, asked them to provide admissions to schedule caste and scheduled tribe students as per the government’s policy.

  • Sack RGPV vice chancellor: Congress

    BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee has demanded sacking of the vice chancellor of Rajiv Gandhi Technological University, Piyush Trivedi.The Congress vice- president Manak Agarwal alleged that the BJP government in its 10 years has only promoted corruption. He alleged that the Universities, which were temples of knowledge and probity, were immersed in corruption.

  • Lokrang turns into fest of the moneyed

    • Rs 50 a piece Kachauri leaves bad taste in mouth
    • Earthen pot for Rs 250; clay elephant for Rs 450

    BHOPAL: Relatively higher cost of food and other items at ‘ Lokrang’ has marred the otherwise excellent and well- managed five- day fest, which is drawing thousands of visitors every day.The food corner Swad has stalls serving traditional cuisine of 10 states including Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Delhi and Punjab.

  • Cong unwilling to facilitate Sajjan’s defection to BJP

    BHOPAL: The Congress is hesitating in taking action against its MP Sajjan Singh Verma for pointing finger on the party high command’s decision to send senior leaders including Digvijay Singh to the Rajya Sabha even as party leaders and grassroots workers want immediate action against the MP. While Verma’s statement has created storm in the party from Bhopal to Delhi the party could not decide its stand on the issue raised by

  • Builder- friendly rules soon: Vijayvargiya

    • Decision on CREDAI suggestions in seven days
    • UAD minister asks IMC to submit report on suggestions in three days
    • Minister says CREDAI help will be taken to construct 10 lakh low- cost residences

    Indore: The state government will soon announce the long awaited builder- friendly rules. State urban administration department minister Kailash Vijayvargiya on Wednesday has assured CREDAI, the apex body of builders, that a decision on their suggestions will be

  • PIMR international conference begins today

    Indore: The Eighth International Conference on ‘ Managing People, Processes and Environment for Global Prosperity” organised by Prestige Institute of Management & Research ( PIMR), Indore will start on January 30.Several dignitaries from across the world will take part in the conference to share their views on the issues of global prosperity and management.

  • INDORE- CHANDIGARH TRAIN FROM FEB 4

    Indore : The Western Railway will start a new train service between Indore and Chandigarh from February 4. Union minister Jyotiraditya Sindhia will flag off the new train. The train will depart from Indore on February 4 at 10.30 pm and will reach Chandigarh on February 6 at 2.15 am. The new train will have 17 coaches including one AC- II, two AC- III, six sleeper and eight general coaches. Reservation for

  • I- T conducts search at two places

    Indore: The investigation wing of Income Tax department, Bhopal conducted reaches at two places in the city on Wednesday.Official sources said that the search was conducted at the residence and office of CA Vishnu Gupta at Saket Nagar and Greater Kailash.Another search was conducted at the residence and office of architect Ghodke at Vijay Nagar and Ratlam Kothi. The search team has collected some documents from both the premises.

  • MPMOA gives call for mass leave on Jan 31

    Indore: Irked over the arrest of a government doctor and nursing staff at Seoni on the charges of medical negligence, the Madhya Pradesh Medical Officers Association ( MPMOA) has decided to go on one- day mass casual leave on January 31. The association said that the Seoni action was against the order of the Supreme Court, which stated that no action can be taken against any doctor without

  • File FIR in missing of minor girls, IG aks cops

    Ujjain: IG V Madhukumar chaired a crime review meeting along with gazetted officers and police station in- charges on Wednesday. IG issued directives to police officials for filing immediate FIR in missing of minor girls and investigation of women related matters should be done with priority and charge- sheet should be presented within the stipulated time.

  • Special police squad arrest couples found in objectionable state

    Ujjain: The special police squad constituted to ensure safety of women in the city arrested two couples found in objectionable state in a hotel’s room here on Wednesday. Two girls who were found along with two boys were handed over to their parents while men were kept under police custody.