Free Press Journal
  • Corruption of lakhs in ‘Swa-karadhan Yojna’, withdrawals without work

    Petlawad : The sarpanchs and secretaries of the four gram-panchayats of Petlawad Janpad obtained the incentive amount of lakhs under ‘Swa-karadhan Yojna’from panchayat department, Bhopal on the basis of false documents and then withdrew the money without necessary approvals. The Jila Panchayat CEO ordered an inquiry (more…)

  • 21st TES course convocation held

    Mhow : At a glittering convocation ceremony held on Wednesday at the Iyappa Hall of Military College of Telecommunication Engineering (MCTE), Mhow a batch of 11 officers of TES – 21course were awarded the Bachelor of Technology degree in Information Technology and Telecommunication. The officers were admitted to fraternity of engineers by Lt General Rajesh Pant, AVSM, VSM, Commandant Military College of Telecommunication Engineering and Senior Colonel Commandant Corps of Signals.

  • 29 hurt as Police van carrying PMT scam suspects turns turtle

    Dewas : The police vehicle that was taking all the arrested accused of the PMT scam from different towns of region, turned turtle and fell into a ditch. The mishap occurred at Dewas-Bhopal road near here on Wednesday.

  • TMC team visits gang rape victim in Khandwa

    Khandwa/Bhopal : A team of five Members of Parliament of Trinmool Congress (TMC) visited the gang rape victim’s village in Khandwa district, on Wednesday.

  • Dr Deependra Sharma honoured for writing skills

    Dhar : The director of the BHOJ research center of Dhar was honored with ‘Kruti Kusum Samman ’ for his poetry and  excellent writing skills.

  • 7 sent to judicial remand till June 30

    Bhopal: Seven candidates have been sent to judicial remand till June 30 in connection with contractual teachers’ recruitment fraud. Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MPPEB–Vyapam) had conducted the examination. Those sent to remand are Indu Shashtri (Obedullaganj), Rakesh Mishra (Obedulahganj, Manish Tiwari (Obedulaghang), Anand Kumar (Satna), Ram Sushil (Rewa), Bhushan Prasad (Rewa), and Avishesh Singh (Satna).

  • Closed ATM troubling consumers

    Gandhwani : The ATM users are facing troubles from the past few days, as the ATM of the Gandhwani branch of a nationalized bank is not working. Apart from that, the account holders are also facing many problems, as the employees in the bank are less and the consumers have to wait a lot in the long queue for their turn. On Tuesday, (more…)

  • Workers of Jal-Vidyut project go on strike

    Mandleshwar : The workers of the water and electricity project have declared a strike as they have not been paid with their salary since last 8 months. One of the workers informed that they have been working in the company for last 15 years and since they have not been paid with their salaries from last 8 months, they will be on Continue Reading ...-->

  • PDS supply chain to be privatised

    BHOPAL: The govt, considering the complaints against public distribution system (PDS) in the state, is gearing up to make private firms partners in the implementation of the PDS. The arrangement of having a lead society under Cooperatives department would be ended and the work of PDS would be given into private hands. MP Civil Supplies Corporation is going to issue tenders for private firms in place of lead society. The lead societies,

  • Thieves active in town

    Dhar : Theft incidents have been rising in the city and that too in the broad day light and police is still not able to arrest any of them. On Tuesday, thieves broke into the house of retire deputy collector SS Khedekar. Some women were under suspicion in this theft. As per police, they are searching for those women. (more…)

  • Rampant corruption in tribal schemes

    Bhikangaon : For the past 10 years, under the tribal welfare sub scheme, the government has provided the amount of Rs 4.51 crores for the 2258 tribal families to give them employment assistance. But all in vain, as their condition is still the same. All due to the recklessness of the government employees, just because of the (more…)

  • BJP, Cong continue to fight over Raj Bhavans

    New Delhi : There has been no let-up in the war of words between the Congress and the BJP over the question of the continuity of the UPA-era governors in their respective Raj Bhavans after the advent of the Narendra Modi government.

  • Lalu extends support to JD(U) in RS polls

    Patna : Marking realignment of ‘secular’ forces in Bihar against a resurgent BJP, RJD on Wednesday announced the support of its 21 MLAs to JD(U) candidates for two Rajya Sabha seats in view of rebellion among the ranks of Nitish Kumar’s party.

  • Maran spent just Rs 5.54 lakh for poll campaign

    Chennai : Politicians who are crying hoarse over the Rs 70 lakh expenditure limit set by the Election Commission of India for campaigning in Lok Sabha polls could well learn some worthy tips from former Telecom Minister Dayanidhi Maran, who claims to have kept his election expenses to less than one-tenth of the limit.

  • RIL to begin 4G in 2015; lines up Rs 1.8 lakh cr investment

    Mumbai : Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) plans to invest Rs.180,000 crore ($30 billion) in its various businesses including oil and gas, retail and telecom in the next three years, company’s chairman and managing director Mukesh Ambani said on Wednesday.

  • Yashwant Sinha granted bail

    Hazaribagh : BJP leader Yashwant Sinha on Wednesday secured bail from a local court having spent a fortnight in prison following his refusal to seek relief after his arrest during a power crisis stir.

  • Akhilesh shuffles cabinet, changes portfolios of 13

    LUCKNOW : In a late-night reshuffle of his cabinet on Tuesday, Uttar Pradesh CM Akhilesh Yadav dismissed a minister and changed the portfolio of 13 key ministers, reports IANS.