Free Press Journal
  • YC workers protest vegetable price rise

    BHOPAL: Youth Congress workers staged protest against rise in vegetable prices, posing themselves at vegetable vendor.   The workers held a shop titled as Modi Tomato and Onion Centre at Nadira Bus Stand.   “This was organised as token protest against vegetable price rise as PM Narendra Modi had promised Achhe Din to public before LS poll,” said former YC president Manoj Shukla. They held a cartoon exhibition at the spot.

  • Two injured in clash

    Dewas : Two people were injured on Sunday at Bharaunsha in knife attack over the issue of pathway to farms. Many complaints got lodged at different police stations of the district in the past 15 days related to farmland brawls.  Muzaffar Hussain (28) son of Sabir Hussain along with his brother Abrar were going to their farms on Sunday at Khera Mohalla of Bharaunsha. Munawar son of Habib, Fehzan son of Munawar,

  • PMT scam accused Deepak Yadav brought to Bhopal

    BHOPAL : SIT officials brought Deepak Yadav, a doctor by profession and son-in-law of former DIG Harisingh Yadav to Bhopal for interrogation in medical entrance test scam to know about his modus operandi and whether he had links with Vyapam officials. He is said to be involved in both PMT and pre-PG scams.

  • Police inspector wanted in SI recruitment fraud arrested

    BHOPAL : The Special Task Force (STF,) on Sunday arrested wanted police inspector Ajay Singh Pawar, who carried a cash reward of Rs 10,000. He is an accused in the   police sub-inspector recruitment test fraud case, said official sources.

  • No more transfers at instance of ministers, MLAs!

    BHOPAL : The government is contemplating to explore ways to put a tab on  ministers and MLAs recommending transfers. Several officials and employees in various departments, who are working for a long time at one place, wish to get transferred after Assembly session. The idea to take online applications from such officers and employees is under consideration so that transparency could be maintained in transfers.

  • BJP to field Sanjay, Pranay; Agar nominee undecided

    BHOPAL : The exercise to select candidates for Assembly by-polls in three constituencies in the state has begun with the issuance of the election notification. Nominations would be accepted from July 26 to August 2. Both the Congress and the BJP would finalise their candidates by the end of this month.

  • Heavy rain brings temps down

    BHOPAL : Heavy rains lashed the city in the evening on Sunday. The clouds that covered  the sky the whole day started to precipitate from 5 pm. The maximum day temperature of Bhopal was 30 degrees due to which the weather remained pleasant throughout the day.  As monsoon is active in the state, all the districts of Bhopal, Hoshangabad, Rewa, Jabalpur and Sagar received heavy to moderate rains on Sunday. Many parts

  • Culinary craft

    Reena Jhaveri looks into what it takes to be a food stylist

  • Lift kara de!

    In our infrastructure series, students tell Reena Jhaveri that they should be allowed to use the elevator when the classroom is located on a higher floor

  • bangalore school rape case First arrest made, skating coach held

    Bangalore : Facing public anger, police on Sunday arrested a skating instructor in connection with the alleged rape of a six-year-old girl at a public school, six days after the outrageous incident was brought to light.

  • Cruising the IT highway

    Specializations on one hand and core subjects on the other, yet computer engineering and IT remain popular, finds Pallavi Mehta

  • Breaking Bad

    Even with steps taken towards modernisation and introduction of new courses and learning techniques, the Mumbai University students are saddled with too many problems

  • DEFENCE kickbacks Rolls-Royce seeks to meet defence brass

    new delhi: Facing a CBI probe for allegedly involving middlemen in its dealings with the state-owned HAL, British engine manufacturer Rolls-Royce has sought meetings with the top brass of the Defence Ministry where it is expected to discuss the corruption allegations against it.

  • MBA in Media and Entertainment at KCCMS

    KC College of Management Studies (KCCMS) has introduced a two-year full-time MBA in Media & Entertainment programme with internship and placement assistance. Details: The first year of the programme consists of eight core subjects relating to general management. The second year consists of two core subjects with four specialization modules. The students have to undertake project work in the second year of the programme. Course commences: August 2014. Lecture timings: 10 am

  • Penny for your thoughts

    In our series on skill building, Hetal Jappi asks experts about developing the ability to think critically

  • Steel cos to seek duty rollback on coking coal imports

    New Delhi : Seeking a rollback of the 2.5 per cent duty imposed on coking coal imports, domestic steel firms will try to impress upon the Finance Minister that there is shortage of the raw material in the country and the government should actually incentivise imports. The steel makers will channelise their demand through one of the leading lobby groups such as Ficci and Assocham in the absence of any such industry organisation

  • You can be choosy!

    A recent survey finds that job and internship seekers do a check on the company before responding to any offers. Hetal Jappi tracks the trend

  • Modi set to revamp financial inclusion

     Mumbai: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to give a big boost to the ongoing financial inclusion drive by unveiling a comprehensive programme, to be announced at the Red Fort in his address to the nation on the Independence Day. The proposed comprehensive financial inclusion programme envisaging insurance and pension cover, apart from a default cover for lenders is likely to envisage opening 15 crore more bank accounts, 12 crore of which