Free Press Journal
  • Cabinet decides to raise honorarium of sub-anganwadi workers

    BHOPAL : A cabinet meeting chaired by CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan here on Tuesday took important decisions for improving health services in urban and rural areas of the state. The cabinet decided to increase honorarium of sub-anganwadi workers of 12,070 anganwadis in the state from Rs 1,500 to Rs 2,250 per month wef (more…)

  • Murder accused held

    Indore : Police arrested the accused of murder of a youth in Chandan Nagar area in just 12 hours, on Tuesday morning. They also paraded the accused in the area before sending them to jail.

  • Mukhtar Malik goon who opened fire in hospital arrested

    BHOPAL : The Gautam Nagar police have caught an absconding criminal and a member of Mukhtar Malik gang from near Nishatpura railway crossing with a pistol and three live cartridges in a car late on Monday night.

  • Cong men to demonstrate at dist headquarters on July 1

    BHOPAL : To take to the streets against the Vyapam scam, PCC president Arun Yadav asked district Congress committees to stage demonstrations, sit-ins on July 1 at all district headquarters.

  • Google Map to help demarcation of ITI Land

    Indore : the demarcation of ITI land will continue on Wednesday too and it will be done with the help of Google map and Total Station Machine (TSM). However, the encroachment on ITI land is confirmed as per the preliminary investigation.

  • Couple stabbed, looted in city hotel

    BHOPAL : A miscreant barged into hotel room at Mangalwara and after stabbing a Raisen-based couple staying there looted them on knife-point during the intervening night of Monday and Tuesday. (more…)

  • Online, off-campus counselling for BE from June 19

    BHOPAL : Technical education department has announced the schedule for online, off-campus counseling, to start from June 19, for admission in BE and B Tech courses in private, government and autonomous engineering colleges.

  • WCR GM dissatisfied with cleanliness at Rly Station; suspends two

    BHOPAL : West Central Railways general manager Ramesh Chandra inspected Bhopal railway station on Tuesday. His inspection was in connection with the guidelines issued by the Railway Board in relation to cleanliness in and around railway stations. (more…)

  • Woman gangraped in jungle, accused flee

    Bagli : Another incident of gang rape has come to light on Monday morning when a 30-year-old married woman was allegedly gangraped in nearby village Hatpiplya. The victim was found near the jungle, where the commuters informed 108 ambulance and she got admitted in the hospital. Police have registered the case and (more…)

  • Petrol tanker overturned; ignoring risk people looted oil

    Khargone : One tanker filled with petrol overturned on Khargone – Kasarawad Road and the oil began to flow out from it, on Tuesday morning. Hearing about this, local people gathered there to grab some amount of oil by filling in their cans, bottles and vehicles. (more…)

  • Man stabs to death over property dispute

    Khategaon : A 30-year-old man was stabbed to death by four unidentified assailants in the midway of Bijalgaon and Navalgaon road near here on Monday.  The deceased was identified as Jitendra Panwar, who was on his way to Barkhedi with his servant Pawan. Suddenly four persons, with their faces masked, popped up and kicked (more…)

  • Corporator submits memo to municipal president

    Khachrod : The main nullah of the city is in dilapidated situation and especially in the monsoon all the dirt, dust and contaminated water got collected in it due to which the residents are very troubled as the threat of spreading diseases rises during this. (more…)

  • Bus carries passengers Burhanpur to Aurangabad with a punctured tyre

    Burhanpur : A passenger bus of Maharashtra State Transport Corporation, from Burhanpur to Aurangabad was having a puncture in a wheel, but the driver-conductor of the bus took the bus to Aurangabad, keeping the lives of all the passengers under high risk. (more…)

  • WR organises 6th annual conference of Indian Railway orthopedic surgeons

    Ratlam : The 6th annual conference of Indian Railway Orthopedic Surgeons was inaugurated in the guest-ship of the director general of rail health services Dr PS Prasad. 12 orthopedic doctors from various railway zones and 25 from nearby cities took part in this conference. The conference was organised by the divisional (more…)

  • Kamran Qureshi becomes secretary

    Bakaner : Due to the approaching elections of the city, the national in-charge of Youth Congress Suraj Hegde, national head Rajiv Satav, Madhya Pradesh in-charge Keshav Chandra Yadav have appointed Kamran Qureshi as the secretary general for the Indore-Hoshangabad Loksabha area. The information was given by Parliamentary secretary general Mohammad Ali.

  • All the roads mended before monsoon

    Burhanpur : Patchwork has been done on all the main roads of the town before the rains commence. The Buhanpur Municipal Corporation commissioner Suresh Rewal gave this information.

  • Rise in VAT likely: Cooler manufacturer to hit hard

    Indore : City cooler manufacturers would be badly affected if the State Government increases VAT in the next Budget. A few days ago, the State Government had made it clear that it might increase VAT on coolers in the next budget. At present there is 13% VAT on coolers and there is possibility of rise of 1 percent in it. President of Continue Reading ...-->

  • ‘Praveshotsav’ celebrated in schools with joy

    Burhanpur : An event was organised to celebrate the Praveshotsav in the premises of Shekhapur High School. MLA Rajendra Dadu and district collector Ashutosh Awasthi inaugurated the event. The students were distributed free books. The MLA also talked about more plantation and ‘Beti Bachao Aandolan’. He said that if we take care of all (more…)

  • SDM, Tehsildar distribute free books during Praveshotsav

    Sendhwa: ‘Praveshotasav’ was celebrated in the government higher secondary school, Dhanora, under School Chale Hum Abhiyan, with fervor on Monday. The guests welcomed the students by applying Tilak on their foreheads and also distributed free book to them as per the government scheme.  (more…)

  • 129 applications submitted in Jan Sunvai

    Barwani : The villagers submitted 129 applications in Jan Sunvai held on Tuesday at Collectorate office.  Collector Shobhit Jain personally forwarded the applications to the concerned officials and directed them to solve the problems of villagers within a given time limit. (more…)