Free Press Journal
  • Transport constables’ recruitment documents safe: STF

    BHOPAL: The STF said it would probe as per the norms into the Transport constables recruitment test fraud case and has taken records from Vyapam related with the test. In a release, STF officials said, the records related with selected candidates and computer sheets seized from Vyapam were safe. The STF would act on the record.

  • Energy development corporation staffers to retire at 60

    BHOPAL : The retirement age of officers and employees of Energy Development Corporation has been increased from 58 to 60 years. The decision was taken at the meeting of board of directors of the corporation chaired by Energy and New and Renewable Energy Minister Rajendra Shukla. Besides, permission was also granted to (more…)

  • Complaints of land encroachments, getting monitory help dominate Jan Sunvai

    Ujjain : Despite launching of the weekly Jan Sunvai programme—an initiative to redress the problems and complaints of people on the spot—the flow of problems and complaints was not reducing at any level. Even after four years of implementation of this ambitious exercise, people are seen queuing-up at the (more…)

  • Iran, Nigeria could face lottery to advance

    1-0 wins for Argentina against Nigeria and for Iran against Bosnia would leave the two teams level in every variant and force FIFA to consider ‘drawing lots’

  • Young minds prefer higher education in natural resource mgmt

    BHOPAL : The orientation programme of the incoming batch of the Post Graduate Diploma in Forestry Management (PGDFM), Fellow Program in Management (FPM) and M Phil in Natural Resource Management took place on Monday.  Incoming students of various disciplines from 18 states have joined IIFM to begin their PG (more…)

  • ‘Jwala’: A tribute to Rani Durgawati’s valour

    BHOPAL : A two-day drama festival opened with Hindi play ‘Jwala’ which depicted the life of Rani Durgawati  at Shaheed Bhawan auditorium on Tuesday.

  • Man, friends attack wife, in-laws

    BHOPAL : Upset over dispute with wife, a man along with his three friends allegedly attacked his wife and in-laws with sharp-edged weapons at Rajharsh Colony in Kolar locality on Sunday. (more…)

  • BHEL exec director inaugurates digital movie projector at officers’ club

    BHOPAL : Shashi Ranjan Prasad, Executive Director, BHEL, Bhopal recently inaugurated the latest “Direct Relay Digital Movie projector system” at BHEL Officers` Club.  On this occasion Neelima Prasad, President BHEL Ladies’ Club; President, BHEL Officers’ Club & General Manager (MM) Kishore Purswani, General (more…)

  • Police seize illicit liquor worth lakhs

    Mhow : With the activeness of a jawan of local Kisanganj police station, the Mhow police succeeded to catch a big success and seized the high-range illicit liquor worth over Rs 50 lakh from a truck on Mhow-Pithampur road near here on Tuesday. (more…)

  • 500-odd patients treated at eye camp

    BHOPAL : As many as 507 patients of various eye diseases were diagnosed and treated in a camp held at Shujalpur District Shajapur, With a view to eradicate the blindness in society these camps are regularly being organised by Sewa Sadan Eye Hospital. Camp at Shujalpur was held with the co-ordination of an International NGO (more…)

  • Mhow-Indore monthly rly pass now costs Rs 300 pm

    Mhow : With effects of new fare hike in railway fare, now the daily commuters, travelling from Mhow to Indore have to pay Rs 300 for their monthly pass. Passengers have to pay Rs 300 per month for season pass for Saify Nagar of Indore. While, the rail fare for Indore to Mhow is Rs 10. (more…)

  • Court decides charges against deputy assembly speaker Singh

    Dewas : The disputed land of New Precision Industries at station road, Dewas, is under jurisdiction in the court of Ist class ADJ Rajeev Aapte. ADJ Rajeev Aapte framed the charges against the Madhya Pradesh state assembly’s deputy speaker Rajendra Kumar Singh and many others.  However, Singh was not present at the (more…)

  • Man kills uncle over land dispute

    Dewas : A corpse was found in the jungles of Badoda near here on Tuesday. The body had marks of injuries. The nearby villagers informed the police. The deceased is identified as Rajesh (16). As per the information received, he was killed over a land dispute. Rajesh was killed by his nephew Mukesh. (more…)

  • Villagers allege corruption charges against ADO Yadav & S-E Soni

    Sanwer : Hundreds of villagers of Sanwer tehsil staged demonstration at Janpad office here on Monday and shouted slogans against assistant development block officer (ADO) Kishore Yadav and sub-engineer Goldie Soni. The villagers alleged that both the officials are asking bribes to sanction their approved housing loans under the Mukhya Mantri Awas Yojna. (more…)

  • Kargil-returned girls feel inspired

    BHOPAL : The contingent of girls, which went on tour of Kargil border from Bhopal under state government’s ‘Maa Tujhe Pranam’ on June 16, reached Bhopal on Tuesday. The girls from 13 districts were in the contingent. (more…)

  • No recruitment from Gondia but 55 from Gwalior

    BHOPAL : The government may have rejected the allegation of selection of 19 candidates from Gondia in the recruitment of transport constables but as many as 55 candidates selected were from Gwalior.