Free Press Journal
  • Opposition is dead in MP: Baba Ramdev

    BHOPAL : Without referring to the Congress, Baba Ramdev said, “Opposition is almost dead in Madhya Pradesh as they do not play their role at political front.”

  • CM to launch facility of ‘Dial-100’ on Sunday

    BHOPAL : The facility of ‘Dial-100’ launched by Madhya Pradesh Police will be inaugurated by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan on November 1 at Police Telecommunication Building, Bhadbhada Road, Bhopal. Dial-100 is the World’s biggest integrated Police first response service. Home Minister Babulal Gaur and Technical Education Minister Umashankar Gupta would also be present.

  • Four booked for dowry death

    BHOPAL : The Ayodhya Nagar police, on Friday, registered a case dowry death against the husband, father-in-law, mother-in-law and sister-in-law of a woman who committed suicide by hanging self at her home in Arjun Nagar within the limits of Ayodhya Nagar police station on October 14.

  • Severe depression leads woman to suicide

    BHOPAL : A 35-year-old married woman committed suicide by jumping in the Sarangpani Lake near Piplani police station on Friday afternoon. A missing person’s case was lodged by the husband of the deceased merely half an hour before her body was spotted by a fisherman. He informed the police and the identity of the body was ascertained. The deceased left a suicide note in her house before committing suicide in which she

  • Smart City is socially, environmentally sustainable

    BHOPAL : Indian School of Business (ISB), Hyderabad ED OP Agrawal, speaking on Smart City at ISBT on Friday said, “There must be employment-oriented planning and schemes in a smart city. Bhopal can be transformed into a smart city by making it a centre of business training, skill development and heritage Tourism.

  • Kotwali S-I terminated, TI suspended in bribery case

    Indore : A sub-inspector of Central Kotwali was terminated for taking bribe while police station in-charge was suspended for his failure to check corrupt practices going on under his nose.

  • Juna Akhada chooses the disputed land for Dharmadhwaja

    Ujjain : The office-bearers of Juna Akhada on Friday tentatively finalised the land piece for hoisting the Dharmdhawaja during the upcoming Simhastha Fair. Now the ball has been thrown to the side of fair authorities, who are in tight spot over allocating the land piece to the Juna Akhada.

  • Juna Akhada pitches for greener Simhastha

    Ujjain : Juna Akhada has initiated the efforts for a greener and cleaner Simhastha fair and will also spread the message of the same, during the fair. The issue was discussed in the core committee meeting of the Akhada.

  • Chetan Bhagat slams returning of awards

    Indore : Young writer Chetan Bhagat has people who are returning their awards, on Friday. “Those who are returning awards are not politicians but have political links. This ‘privileged’ class is feeling uncomfortable with the emergence of new people. However, their act is tarnishing the image of the country.

  • Juna Akhada to approach SFA with 10,000 Sadhus

    Ujjain : Any time soon any army of over 10,000 sadhus, all members of Juna Akhada will approach the Simhastha Fair Authorities (SFA), for the making the Kshipra clean and green.

  • Rape charges against Sant Bhagwan Bapu

    Ujjain : While the entire nation is condemning the behaviour of self-styled godman Asaram, who is in jail for allegedly sexually assaulting a minor girl in his Jodhpur ashram, it hardly proved a deterrent for a sadhu in the holy city. The Sadhu is on a run from police for raping and traumatising a woman.

  • CT raids jwellery traders, realises Rs 38 lakh

    Indore : Sleuths of Anti-Evasion Wing of the Commercial Tax Department conducted raids at five locations of two businessmen on Friday and realised Rs 38 lakh.

  • Politics in full swing over farmers suicide

    Ujjain : Congress wants to leave no stones unturned over the increasing cases of farmer’s suicide due to ruined crops and cautioned for intensifying their agitation on Friday. Congressmen alleged due to lackadaisical attitude of the state government over providing relief to the farmers they are bound to choose the way of suicide.

  • Sir Mark Tully to visit Jimmy McGilligan Centre

    Indore : Sir Mark Tully will visit Jimmy McGilligan Centre for Sustainable Development during his visit to the City on November 1. “It will be great to have Sir Tully here and personally see what he has been advocating, ‘Sustainable lifestyle’, with optimum use of natural resources,” said Padma Shree awardee Janak Palta McGilligan who runs the centre.

  • ‘Shivaji memorial project to take off by end of December’

    “I should be grateful to chief ministers such as Vilasrao Deshmukh for giving impetus to the idea. However, real credit would go to CM Devendra Fadnavis for his continuous follow-up of several issues related to the project.”
    Vinayak Mete MLC and Chairman of committee working on the project

  • Harassed by hubby, woman hangs self

    Indore : A married woman committed suicide on Thursday by hanging herself from the ceiling of her house. Though the reason for suicide is not yet clear, the woman’s family alleged harassment by her husband. Police have registered a case and are investigating.

  • Fasting and rituals reign Karva Chauth festival

    Ujjain : City women celebrated Karva Chauth festival by fasting and practiced customary rituals for the longevity of their husbands, here on Friday. With the festivity of Karva Chauth, women were clad in traditional garments and performed worship of the moon and broke the fast afterwards.

  • UMC to offer ladies free ride in city buses

    Ujjain : Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC) has gifted ladies of the city to enjoy free ride in the city buses on the occasion of coming Bhai Doj festival. This decision was taken during a meeting of Ujjain City Service Transport Limited under the chairmanship of Mayor Meena Jonwal. She said that UMC has decided to offer city ladies free ride in the city buses on the day of Bhai Doj. It was

  • Now, Sena workers blacken RTI activist’s face

    Mumbai : Shiv Sena workers on Friday assaulted and blackened the face of an RTI activist at Latur in Marathwada region, after he “exposed” an illegal construction case. The activist Mallikarjun Bhaikatti had, through an RTI query, revealed that around 14,000 sq feet illegal construction was carried out in a four-storeyed building and boys hostel on the Latur-Nanded road. Bhaikatti had addressed a press conference at Latur on Thursday to “expose” the illegal