Free Press Journal
  • State-wide protest of docs against admn ‘mishandling’

    BHOPAL : All the government doctors and paramedical staff of the state would pose a state-wide protest around 1 pm on Saturday at their corresponding district hospitals. A meeting would be organised on Sunday for deciding the future course of action. Addressing a press conference at Ravindra Bhavan on Thursday the members of Madhya (more…)

  • Moghe staged resignation drama for political rehabilitation

    BHOPAL : The resignation of BJP leader Krishna Murari Moghe from the post of the Mayor of Indore Municipal Corporation has created ripples in the ruling party circles of the state. He, however, withdrew his resignation a couple of hours later after being ‘persuaded’ by Minister Kailash Vijayvargiya. (more…)

  • Cong demo at Gaur’s house to protest his rape remarks

    BHOPAL : Youth Congress and Women Congress workers staged demonstrations against Home Minister Babulal Gaur, following his controversial remarks over rape cases.   Around 20 workers led by state president Mandavi Chauhan staged demonstration at Gaur’s residence. (more…)

  • Veggies produced using sewage water to be destroyed

    BHOPAL : The State Horticulture department, on Thursday, issued instructions to its field staff to survey and destroy vegetables being produced using sewage water. The instructions were issued following the directives of the National Green Tribunal. (more…)

  • Germany, Portugal clear favourites in Group G

    Rio de Janeiro : Group G of the 2014 FIFA World Cup is one of two pools, along with B, where all the four teams have played in the last edition in South Africa.

  • Chauhan leaves for South Africa today

    BHOPAL: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan in his tour to South Africa will begin his series of road-shows to attract foreign investment from June 7 to 15. Chauhan will do road shows in industrial cities of South Africa in this duration and also apprise the potential investors about the possibilities of investment in the state. (more…)

  • City swimmers bag 18 medals

    Ujjain : City swimmers bagged 18 medals including 15 silver and three bronze during 43rd State Level Swimming Championship held in Hoshangabad recently. The team bagged runner up title in senior water polo contest. Devashish Upadhyay bagged two silver, Sanchi Tarnekar bagged one silver and one bronze medal, (more…)

  • BJP Party Patriarch L K Advani Shifted Unceremoniously

    Advani: Unceremoniously shifted

    NEW DELHI :  In the BJP the old order is changing. Party patriarch L K Advani is a case in point:  He had occupied the room allotted to the NDA Working Chairman for over a decade. Not only has Advani been unceremoniously uprooted from the room, his name plate too has been removed. But significantly Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s name plate is still intact.

  • The 16th Lok Sabha Settles Down To Its Orderly Business

    16th Lok Sabha gets down to its business

    New Delhi :  The 16th Lok Sabha settled down to its orderly business as the newly elected members took oath in a manner that reflected the linguistic and cultural diversity of the nation.

  • Tax evasion assessment continues

    Indore: The assessment of Commercial Tax evasion by Kiran Electrical continued for the second day on Thursday.  Sources in the department said that huge mismatch in the stock has been found, which delaying the final assessment. Sources further said that it might take one more day and the final figure of tax evasion may be known by Friday evening. It is to be noted that the officers of Commercial Tax department raided

  • Residents of Medical College campus stage demo at DC’s office

    Indore: “We are living in the campus for the last 70 years and even before the construction of MY Hospital. The officials don’t have any right to remove us from this land,” Vijay Mehra, a resident of MGM Medical College campus said.While staging demonstration at the Divisional Commissioner’s office against the order of removing their encroachments from the Medical College campus, Mehra said that there are several families who are living there

  • ‘School Chale Hum’ now to be a people’s movement

    Indore: It was decided in a meeting conducted by the district education officer Sanjay Goyal along with various departmental representatives that the highly ambitious project of state government “School Chale Hum” will now take up the shape of a people’s movement.
    The meeting, which was attended by collector Akas Triphati along with various representatives from NGOs, industries and other institutions, also decided to enrol maximum students of the age group of 3-14 years.

  • Repeat traffic offenders will lose licenses

    New Delhi :  Repeated violations of traffic rules will result in cancellation of driving license once the government recasts the Motor Vehicles Bill to enforce strict adherence to norms.

  • Bird-lovers get enthrall to visit Bird Interpretation Centre

    Ujjain : Many bird-lovers visited the Bird Interpretation Centre inaugurated at Udyan Marg to mark World Environment Day here on Thursday. Spectators were enthralled to visit an exhibition of about 80 species of Ujjain including migratory and residents. (more…)

  • Monsoon set to catch up with city on June 10

    Mumbai  :  “The south-westerly monsoon is due to hit Kerala in the next 24 hours, which is causing localized troughs of depression in coastal Karnataka and Maharashtra, resulting in rainfall and thunderstorms in isolated areas,” said P Ajay Kumar, senior scientist at the Met Department.