Free Press Journal
  • CITY ROUTES DIVERTED

    Indore : With an aim to speed-up construction of bridges, the IMC would divert several routes across the city from Monday. The civic authority released a notice for the same on Sunday.

  • Youth stabbed

    Indore : A man was stabbed and injured seriously when he tried to mediate between two fighting men. According to the police, cases have been registered against Shahrukh and Salim on the complaint of Golu. The injured Golu told the police that Shahrukh was having arguments with one Ajju, on Saturday.

  • Linking of Aadhar number with EPIC begins in city

    Indore : Under the Sahaj enrollment correction campaign, the linking of Aadhar with Electoral Personal Identity Card (EPIC-Voter ID card) began here on Sunday.

  • Rain, fall in temp may lead to rise in swine flu cases

    BHOPAL : With the spell of untimely rain and decreasing temperature, the swine flu cases are expected to increase to a large extent in the state. The low temperatures coupled with high humidity makes environment conducive for the H1N1 virus to proliferate. A spell of rain on the first day of March covering larger parts of the country including Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Jharkhand, might lead to swine

  • GAD debars dubious Vyapam from holding proficiency test

    BHOPAL : Even the State government itself appears to have no trust on scam-tainted Vyapam now as it withdrew computer proficiency certification test from it, two years after issuing its order.

  • Guv to return without tendering resignation

    BHOPAL : Governor Ramnaresh Yadav, after failing to meet President Pranab Mukherjee during his Delhi trip, may come back to Bhopal on Monday. Yadav was supposed to come on Sunday but he extended his trip. Sources said Yadav during his trip, consulted with legal experts about the FIR filed against him. Yadav is mulling on filing an appeal petition in court against the FIR filed against him so that he could avert

  • Higher secondary board exams to begin from today

    BHOPAL : Over 19 lakh students would take board examinations this year for class X and XII starting from Monday. The MP Board for Secondary Education (MPBSE) said it has made all arrangements at centres.

  • Mistake leads to leak of SI recruitment test question paper

    BHOPAL: Question paper of police sub inspector recruitment test was leaked at a centre in Bhopal but Vyapam officials said they prevented the leak by putting students in a locked campus. At a centre – Satyam Convent School in Bairasiya, candidates were distributed general knowledge paper in place of paper for Hindi subject, in the second shift in the test. Examination invigilators later were informed that they opened wrong question paper.

  • Cong to hold Khula Manch today to escalate attack on govt in Vyapam case

    BHOPAL : The Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee has roped in voluntary organisation, retired bureaucrats and prominent social workers to give non-political shape to its movement against State government in Vyapam scam and invited several such prominent persons to address its Vyapam Khula Manch on Monday

  • Crime branch to return stolen mobiles to owners

    BHOPAL : The city crime branch will return as many as 151 lost mobile phones of complainants which were seized by the team from the thieves. Such lost mobiles will be handed over to their buyers in a programme to be held at the Crime Branch station in MP Nagar on March 3.

  • Tussle over shifting of bus stand leaves passengers and crew high and dry

    Ujjain : The vexed issue of finding a suitable site for private bus stand in city disrupted the public transport system in the city as the bus operators went on an indefinite strike here on Sunday. Private buses have been shifted out of the Dewasgate bus stand, but where? The question remains. This was the plight of passengers waiting to board private buses on Sunday. Large number of passengers across the area

  • CM calls on Sushma Swaraj

    BHOPAL: Amidst sensation in political scenario in the state, chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan met Union Minister for External Affairs Sushma Swaraj at her residence in the state capital on Sunday. The duo leaders had a closed door meeting for around 45 minutes.

  • Membership drive is a medium to empower society: Chouhan

    Ujjain : BJP State president Nandkumar Singh Chouhan was addressing a meeting of Ujjain city and district at Lokshakti Bhavan here on Sunday. In his address, Chouhan said that membership drive is a medium of empowering the society.

  • Workshop on mediation awareness held

    Ujjain : A mediation awareness workshop was held at the auditorium of Bar Association here on Sunday. The workshop was organised to impart information about various schemes related to mediation directed by MP State Legal Service Authority Jabalpur.

  • Speeding winds make city shiver

    Ujjain : Just when residents started putting away their woolens with the city experiencing a warm spell this past week, the weather gods sprang a surprise as the city woke up to a cloudy, wet and chill morning on Sunday.

  • Workshop on Quality Management in Higher Education concludes

    Ujjain : Two-day National Workshop on Quality Management in Higher Education was concluded at Government Madhav College here on Saturday. Minister of School Education Paras Jain was chief guest of the valedictory session.

  • Youth murdered in Makdon; protestors reach police control room

    Ujjain : After a youth was murdered at Makdon village, 45 km from here, kin of the deceased reached at police control room in the city on Sunday demanding arrest of the accused. Sources informed that Man Singh, a resident of Makdon village was murdered by Ram Singh Tugani of the same village over some issue on Sunday. Deceased’s kin and villagers irked over the Makdon police for not taking action against

  • CM’s effigy burnt by NSUI workers

    Dewas : An effigy of the Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan was burnt by the NSIU student leader Yashveer Singh Goyal on Sunday to oppose an FIR registered on the former cm Digvijay Singh.

  • Pulse polio campaign kick starts

    Dewas : The education minister Deepak Joshi gave the pulse polio drops to the children at Mahatma Gandhi Hospital on Sunday.

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