Free Press Journal
  • Women Entrepreneur Forum meets today

    Indore: The Women’s Entrepreneur Forum is organizing entrepreneur meets in 10 cities from June 1 to March 31, 2015 with a goal of women’s empowerment, and development of women’s entrepreneurship. The first meet will be held at Hotel Fortune Landmark, on June 1 under aegis of Association of Industries, Madhya Pradesh and IMA Professional Women Forum by India SME Forum, Mumbai. More than 100 women entrepreneurs will participate in the event and

  • 2 chain snatchers arrested

    Indore: The Crime Branch of police arrested the second pair of accused known as ‘Motu-Patlu’ on Saturday. The accused admitted that they were involved in one & half dozen incidents of chain snatching. Police are inquiring from them further.

  • RO plants & water ATMs can provide pure drinking water in city during Simhastha

    Ujjain: Madhya Pradesh Diploma Engineers Association president Mithilesh Trivedi wrote to Simhastha Fair Authority Chairman Diwakar Natu urging him to establish RO plant and water ATM in the city for pure drinking water devotees who will arrive visit the city of temples during Simhastha-2016.

  • Ahilya, Rana Pratap jayanti celebrated

    Indore: On the occasion of birth anniversaries of Ahilya Bai and Maharana Pratap, various associations organized programmes across the city on Saturday. A huge Shaurya Yatra was taken out to mark the occasion.  Mayor Krishna Murari Moghe garlanded the statue of Maharana Pratap on Tarun Pushkar along with various dignitaries. The statue of Ahilya Bai was garlanded on her birth anniversaries.

  • Edn can build the nation: Sharma

    Indore: Assembly speaker Sitasharan Sharma, while addressing the concluding day of 8-day-long 55th lecture series of Abhyas Mandal, on Saturday, expressed his views on duties and rights of a citizen. Emphasizing on education, Sharma said that this is the only tool which can build the society in particular and the nation in general. Earlier, the president of Abhyas Mandal Shivaji Mohite and Jamila Jaliwala welcome the guests.

  • Heat wave tightens its grip over state; 44.3°C in Bhopal

    BHOPAL: Bhopal and  other northern parts of the state remained in the grip of intense heat wave on Saturday.   Despite nominal fall in temperature, there was no respite from blistering heat on 6th day of current Nautapa on Saturday.  Heat wave continued to prevail in parts of northern Madhya Pradesh.

  • Former PSC exam controller finds going tough at STF office

    BHOPAL: The then examination controller of MP PSC Shrikrishna Sharma, on Saturday. turned up at STF headquarters to comply with the notice served on him for interrogation, said officials.He faced problem in replying questions related with leak  of question paper of Ayurveda officers’ recruitment and the detailed process of question paper setting and moderation.

  • ‘Take action against overloaded vehicles’

    NARSINGHPUR: The meeting of road security committee was organised on Friday. Addressing the meeting collector Naresh Pal said that action against the overloaded vehicles and the vehicles running without proper papers in the district should be initiated and they should be slapped penalties according to the rules.

  • Nishatpura police cracks blind murder case

    BHOPAL: Nishatpura Police Station has succeeded in arresting the accused in a sensational blind murder case. The accused Altaf Mansuri, 19 resident of 149, Suryanagar, Janatanagar, Karond was arrested by the police for committing murder of one Raju Jatav, 20, resident of village Tamot, District Obaidullahganj on May 22.

  • Man jailed under NSA for determining sex of unborn children

    BHOPAL: In an unprecedented move, district magistrate and Gwalior collector P Narhari has slapped one-year detention under National Security Act (NSA) on a person for determining the gender of foetus through ultra-sound and suggesting the pregnant  women abort female foeticide.

  • Govt to focus on reducing dropout rate in schools: Chauhan

    • Regular pay scale to all categories of teachers by 2017
    • 5 lakh students dropped out last year

    BHOPAL : The state government is going to launch a massive campaign to ensure that all children go to school. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has sought cooperation from all sections of the society for the success of the campaign. Interacting with journalists on Saturday, Chauhan said that dropout rate in schools should be minimised and the

  • Bag containing Rs 90K stolen from car

    Ujjain: A thief stole away Rs 90, 000 along with documents from a car parked at Freeganj area belonging to Sarangpur resident, Mukesh Mewada, on Saturday. Police sources said that Mewada was in city for some official works around 11 am he parked his car near Tower Sqaure and went for some refreshment. On his return; he found his car’s windowpane broken and his cash bag was missing. Madhavnagar police registered a

  • Two officers penalised for ignoring complaints on CM Helpline

    BHOPAL : Two government officials, an assistant engineer and a tehsildar, have been suspended for not taking action on the complaints filed on CM Helpline.   Bhopal Municipal Corporation has suspended assistant engineer (AE) HS Bedi for not taking action on the complaint filed by one Umashankar Tiwari.

  • City to get CNG mother station in New Year 2015

    Ujjain: City is likely to get its first CNG mother station in New Year 2015. Member of Parliament Dr Chintamani Malviya, Minister of School Education Paras Jain and BJP city president Iqbal Singh Gandhi visited the land of Oil Fed located at Nagziri where the mother station to be built, on Saturday.

  • Man jailed under NSA for determining sex of unborn children

    BHOPAL: In an unprecedented move, district magistrate and Gwalior collector P Narhari has slapped one-year detention under National Security Act (NSA) on a person for determining the gender of foetus through ultra-sound and suggesting the pregnant  women abort female foeticide.

  • Sydena administers oath to Bohra youths

    Ujjain: 53rd spiritual of leader of Dawoodi Bohra community, Sydena Muffadal Saifuddin who is on four-day visit to city administerd sacred oath to young Bohras by the high priest himself. Sydena paid visit to the Dargaah of Hasanji Badshah located at Kharakuan and practiced Ziayarat, on Saturday.

  • 14 deer die due to scorching heat

    Khategaon: The increasing heat ups due to ‘Nau-Tapa’ have resulted into a miserable calamity. 14 deer died due to scorching heat in the rural area of Anchal Pradesh. The concerned officers of the forest department immediately reached the spot and took the dead deer in custody. The dead deer were then sent to Sannod nursery. This is not the first case of the deer dying. They have been dying past many years