Free Press Journal
  • Workshop on heart diseases at BSNL office

    BHOPAL: Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) organised a health workshop at its chief general manager’s office on Saturday. The workshop was aimed at creating awareness about heart diseases and their natural treatment. Renowned heart specialist Dr Bimal Chajed gave information on heart diseases. He told that how combination of medical science and Art of Living could help in preventing heart diseases. Dr Chajed has also established an institute titled Science and Art

  • Modi victory has ushered in new Republic

    BHOPAL: A seminar on the topic ‘Chunav 2014- Vaicharik Adhishtaan’ was organised here on Saturday at Makhanlal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Evam Sanchar Vishwavidhyalaya, Bhopal. Political thinker professor Rakesh Sinha said the recently held elections are a victory of cultural nationalist ideology. People voted for Narendra Modi for strong centre and healthy government, safety of Indian borders and establishment of cultural nationalism in the country.

  • Five, including 2 women, hurt in bloody clash

    BHOPAL: As many as five people, including two women, were injured in a bloody clash among two groups over petty dispute at Durga Nagar under Station Bazaria police station late on Friday night. In the aftermath of incident all the injured people were admitted to the nearby hospital while following the complaints from both sides, the police have registered a counter FIR on charges of attempt to murder. SI, HS Ahirwar said

  • Taking care of poor patients is true social service: Guv

    BHOPAL:  Governor Ram Naresh Yadav, inaugurating a programme on the occasion of International Blood Donors’ Day here on Saturday, said that true social service is taking care of poor patients.  Governor said that blood donation camp instill a feeling of selfless service in a person which finally develops an atmosphere of social harmony. He said donating blood can save life of a patient.


    A day later, Mumbai police launch probe into ‘molestation’ case lodged by Preity Zinta against her former boyfriend Ness Wadia

  • MP Malviya compares children to animals?

    Ujjain : Member of Parliament (MP) Dr Chintamani Malviya during his address in a dedication programme of a school building at village Mohanpura at Badnagar Road got his tongue slipped delivering a controversial statement. Dr Malviya in his speech compared children to animals. Siddheshwar Group incharge Anil Soni informed that Dr Malviya in his speech said, ‘Children are like animals which turn as we direct them. They become scholars when they go

  • BSF jawan held for rape

    Indore : Aerodrome police on Saturday arrested a jawan of the Border Security Force (BSF) for raping a 30-year-old woman. The accused raped the victim while she was working alone on her terrace. Sub-inspector of Aerodrome Police BS Raghuvanshi said that the victim, a resident of Ambikapuri, had lodged a complaint that another tenant of the same house, Kailash Rathore, had raped her on June 12.“She informed the police that the accused

  • Krishnapura Chhatri renovation to begin soon

    • Tenders floated l Lightings will be done and garden will also be developed
    • Total expenditure likely to be Rs 1.10 crore

    Indore: The historic Krishnapura Chhatri will be renovated and beautification work will start from this month end. A complete blueprint of the project is already prepared and tenders are already floated. The total expenditure of the project would be Rs 1.10 cr. Even public can also contribute for its renovation work and they

  • Jr docs to strike work if security not provided

    Indore: Junior Doctors of MY Hospital stopped working for a few hours on Friday night when family members of a patient misbehaved with a duty doctor.Enraged by the incident, the doctors also lodged a complaint with the police but in vain after which they decided to go on strike again. However, after the intervention of Superintendent Dr PS Thakur, the junior doctors returned to work but they cautioned the college and district

  • Modi’s secular makeover to begin from Bhopal

    Bhopal: The background work on the project to transform the image of Prime Minister Narendra Modi from a Hindu conservative leader to that of a secular one will be done in the city. At the meeting of BJP Alpsankhyak Morcha national working committee to be held on June 24 and 25, Modi would be presented as a well-wisher of the minorities.

  • Snake awareness show held at zoo

    Indore: A snake awareness show was organized at Kamla Nehru Prani Sanghralaya (City Zoo) here, on Saturday. The show was organized under the guidance of a 7-member team of Hyderabad, who briefed the visitors about different species of snakes, their behaviours and myths about the snakes. “The snake awareness show was led by Nihar Parulkar of ARF (Animal Rehabilitation and Protection Force) NGO group that works in Hyderabad Zoo.

  • Gas explosion in chemical factory; ample amount of gas leaked

    Meghnagar: An ample amount of harmful chemical gas leaked out on Saturday from a chemical factory located at the industrial development center. Due to an intense explosion in the boiler of sulphuric acid in Shervani Enterprises, a lot of gas leaked out. Due to this mishap, many nearby villages were affected. People had to face burning sensation in eyes and they could not breathe properly.

  • New busstand project approved; Construction work to start soon

    Sendhwa: The new bus stand that is to be constructed, bears an expenditure of Rs 2 crores. The construction has been approved and shall start soon. The agreement procedure has also been started with the contractor.Municipality chairman Arun Chaudhry informed that the hurdles that were in the way, have been removed and the directorate of state development has approved the project financially. Now, the bus stand shall comprise of all the latest

  • Home-guard commander held while accepting bribe

    Ratlam: In a case of accepting bribe, a home-guard  company commander was arrested by the Lok Ayukt police here on Saturday. He asked bribe of Rs 1500 for changing the department of soldier. Police said that the one M K Verma company commander demanded Rs 1500 from soldier Anwar Khan and same fact was brought to the notice of Lok Ayukta.

  • 8-yr/old boy drowns in nullah

    Sendhwa: An eight-year old boy Rahul, son of Gotilal drowned in a nullah as his foot slipped when he was playing near the nullah at village Dhawada near here on Friday. deceased’s grand father and former Sarpanch of Relawati Gram Panchayat Tar Singh informed that his daughter is married at village Dhawada, when his grandson had gone to play near the nullah, a neighbour Sangi was passing near the nullah, she saw