Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai IT experts to crack server password

    Indore : After completing search action against Neo Corp International, the I-T dept sleuths are now trying to crack the password of the server they seized from the company.

  • IIT-I promotes itself, invites college students to campus

    Indore : Lionizing itself as a destination for higher academic and industrial research, Indian Institute of Technology, Indore on Friday reached out to science and engineering students and invited them to its campus for interacting with faculty and research scholars and for seeing its infrastructure and facilities.

  • Admn identifies three sites for two depots

    Indore : The proposed Light Metro Train project is getting momentum with every passing day. The district administration has identified three sites for two depots for the train project and also informed the project Consultant Firm in this regard. One major and another minor depot will be constructed on the proposed sites.

  • Cell nabs youth for exploiting girl

    Indore : ‘We Care for You’ cell on Friday nabbed a youth, who had exploited a girl on the pretext of marrying her, took her intimate pictures and then uploaded them on social sites as a retaliation to her breaking off with him.

  • Nagar drama continues, now gets back to BJP

    BHOPAL : The political drama centered on Bhopal District Panchayat President Manmohan Nagar continued on the second day on Friday. Nagar, who joined BJP, only to quit it and rejoin the Congress on Thursday, again joined the BJP on Friday evening.

  • Govt borrows Rs 1200cr from open market

    BHOPAL: The state Government, that claims it is in robust good financial health, borrowed Rs 1200 crore recently from open market by selling securities for ten years, increasing debt on the state.

  • Vishnu Dutt Sharma appointed vice-chairman of Nehru Yuva Kendra

    BHOPAL : Ex-ABVP national general secretary and student leader Vishnu Dutt Sharma has been appointed vice-chairman of board of Governors of Nehru Yuva Kendra. He will have the status of minister of state. Sharma will assume the charge in board meeting on Monday in Delhi. The union government on Friday issued an order for his appointment.

  • Water supply to be hit on March 16

    BHOPAL : Water supply would remain affected on March 16 in several areas of the city due to repair and maintenance work at the Hirani Pump House of Narmada Water Supply Project. The supply of water from this Pump House would be shut down on this day.

  • Shekhawat, Vishwas Sarang to step down within a week

    BHOPAL : Bhanwar Singh Shekhawat, who is Chairman of Madhya Pradesh State Cooperative Bank and Vishwas Sarang, who is Chairman of Madhya Pradesh Laghu Vanopaj Sangh, would step down from their posts in the coming week. As per Cooperatives Amendment Bill, an MLA cannot continue as Chairman of any cooperative institution. The said Bill has been sent to Governor Ram Naresh Yadav’s consent after which it would be become a law. With

  • Online test for B PEd, M PEd in next session

    BHOPAL : Department of higher education (DHE) announced to hold online test for B P Ed, M P Ed and M Ed courses in 2015-16 session, giving mponline, a joint venture company of Information Technology department, the responsibility for holding the test.

  • Jaideep Govind relieved for Centre

    BHOPAL : The state government has handed over services of senior IAS officer Jaideep Govind, Chief Electoral Officer Madhya Pradesh and ex-officio Secretary Law and Legal Affairs (Elections) to Union Ministry of Personnel, Complaint Redressal and Pension’s Personnel and Training Department. Govind has been appointed as Union Additional Secretary Home.

  • Two more die of Swine flu

    BHOPAL: Two more deaths have been reported due to Swine Flu while 17 swine flu positives cases were reported on Friday. Forty-three swab samples have been sent for the testing to AIIMS. The fall in the temperature has created favourable conditions for swine flu. Swine flu virus becomes inactive as temperature increases while it multiplies when the temperature is low. CMHO Dr Vina Sinha said, “Two swine flu patients died in private

  • Three booked for channelising Joshi couple’s black money

    BHOPAL : The MP Nagar police have filed an FIR against Miraj Ali, Seema Jaiswal and Santosh Jaiswal for opening an account in Bank of Karnataka for turning the black money of terminated IAS couple Tinu Joshi and Arvind Joshi white

  • Two teenage girls kidnapped

    BHOPAL : Two teenage girls were kidnapped from the city on Friday. A sixteen-year old girl went missing from Mendora village under Ratibad police station while a 17-year-old girl went missing from Bagonia village under Parvalia police station. In both the cases, police have registered a case of kidnapping on the basis of complaint of the parents.

  • ‘India will be world leader in telecom by 2020’

    BHOPAL : A Professor from Denmark University Dr Ramji Prasad has said that India will become leader in the field of telecom and its application by 2020 with arrival of 5G technology in the field of consumption and providing equipment and technology transmission.

  • Rain drenches city; temp drops by 10°C in two days

    BHOPAL : It was as if the rainy season had returned. The sky was overcast. The roads turn slippery and drains overflowed. It rained almost continuously in the city on Friday. The capital shivered as heavy showers threw normal life off rails and forced the people to take out umbrellas and raincoats from the closets. There was a sharp drop of temperature too with the sun hidden behind a thick cloak of

  • After outcry, Mufti U-turn on state flag

    Jammu : Under fire from political parties and clearly on the defensive, the Mufti Mohammad Sayeed government on Friday withdrew a controversial circular directing all buildings housing constitutional institutions and the official vehicles of constitutional authorities to display the state flag alongside the national Tricolour.

  • Sharad gives a tutorial on ‘dusky’ eves

    New Delhi : Sharad Yadav really got carried away in the House debate on Thursday: what started as a dig at the NDA government, which in his words was bending backwards to reach out to the fair-skinned foreigner by opening up the insurance sector, soon became a rambling discourse on dark-skinned south Indian women.

  • BLACK FRIDAY In KERALA ASSEMBLY

    Oppn Mlas Resort To Violence To Block State Budget From Being Presented, Saying It Was Against Procedures