Free Press Journal
  • RGVP VC claims he has discovered new anti-cancer medication

    BHOPAL : The Vice Chancellor of Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya (RGPV) – a state-run university in Bhopal – on Monday, claimed a breakthrough in the treatment of cancer using turmeric.

  • AAP protests Badwani blindings

    BHOPAL: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), state unit on Monday staged state-wide protests against the incident of people losing their vision after cataract operations in an eye camp at Badwani. The party workers demonstrated across the state including in Bhopal, Indore, Jabalpur, Sagar, Vidisha, Datia, Guna and Bhind. In Bhopal, they submitted a memorandum to the State Human Rights Commission. Memorandums addressed to the Chief Minister were also given in Bhind and Datia.

  • Temps to remain unchanged; fog, rains likely

    BHOPAL : Temperature is expected to remain unchanged in Madhya Pradesh for the next couple of days. In Bhopal, it may fluctuate nominally. Besides, rain is likely in the State if western disturbance gains momentum. But the picture about the western disturbance will become clearer only after three to four days.

  • Dreams In Debris

    MUMBAI : Two people, including a child, were burnt to death and 11 others, among them three women, suffered injuries in a fire that caused several gas cylinders to explode in a northwest Mumbai slum on Monday, officials said. The fire erupted at around 12.30 p.m. in the sprawling and densely populated Damunagar slum in Kandivali East. Within minutes, several gas cylinders in a nearby warehouse also caught fire and started exploding. Witnesses

  • Acche Din for Varun Gandhi?

    Sidelined Sultanpur MP meets Amit Shah, may be back in the reckoning for central team .

  •  Jaya’s snap on undergarment leads to jail

    Chennai : A man, who in sheer frustration pasted a photograph of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa on a gent’s undergarment and circulated its image on WhatsApp, has landed in jail. The man, Saravanan, owner of a small textiles shop in Karaikudi in Sivaganga district in South Tamil Nadu, was frustrated over ruling AIADMK cadres forcibly sticking Jayalalithaa’s photos on relief material being brought for distribution in flood hit areas in Chennai and neighbouring

  • SC refuses to hear PIL on uniform civil code

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Monday declined to entertain a public interest petition seeking direction to Parliament for enacting a uniform civil code to end alleged discrimination being faced by Muslim women, telling the petitioner to approach Parliament and not waste the court’s time.

  • Wholesome series victory against South Africa ?

    The long standing DDCA wrangling was more exciting but India’s series win over South Africa in the Delhi test was full of unforgettable moments because the win was most unexpected. At 3.47 pm on Monday the unexpected happened. India defeated South Africa by a whopping 337 runs soon after tea at New Delhi and clinched the four match series 3-0. It was a most unexpected victory but no one can deny that the

  • ADG directs SPs to act swiftly in Medico-Legal cases

    Indore : For retrieving organs from the deceased in medico-legal cases, Additional Director General of Police and Inspector General of Police (Indore Range) Vipin Maheshwari directed all the Superintendent of Police in Indore Division to direct the Station In-charges to act swiftly in completing the legal procedure so that organs can be taken in time.

  • Chinese threads used in kite flying banned

    Indore: The kite lovers of the district could not use the kite flying threads made in China anymore. The district administration on Monday banned the use of threads used in flying kites under section 144 of the IPC 1973. The orders were issued in view of maintaining safety and public peace.

  • Now withdrawal of PF made easy

    Indore: Withdrawal of amount from the Provident Fund is made easier by the Employees Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO).

  • Neighbours thrash woman

    Indore: Neighbours barged into a house, beat up a woman and then fled the scene after threatening her with dire consequences. According to the police, the incident occurred in F Sector of Rajnagar.

  • UDA will develop shopping complex in Vasant Vihar

    Ujjain : Residents of Vasant Vihar now don’t have to move far away from their homes for shopping as chairman of Ujjain Development Authority (UDA) has given nod for the shopping complex and duplex building in the meeting on Monday.

  • Police crack Pappu murder case

    Burhanpur: Ganpati police station in-charge succeeded in cracking the Pappu murder case. According to the police, Pappu’s murderer Sanju was after Pappu since Pappu had eloped with Sanju’s wife a couple of years ago. Pappu was attempted with murder last time on November 25, however, was saved by one of his associates Prahlad present in the party.

  • Arrest warrant issued against retired IAS

    Katni: A special court of Economic Offences Wing has issued an arrest warrant against IAS officer Anju Singh Baghel who was posted as collector in Katni for over three years since 2007.

  • Demand of terminating corrupt officials surfaced

    Ujjain : Contractor Association Ujjain demanded termination of corrupt officials indulged in Simhastha development works. Office bearers recently met Central Simhastha Committee Chairman Makhan Singh and demanded removal of corrupt officials. They also provided information of corrupt officials to Singh. They also threatened to sit on a dharna in case their demand was not fulfilled. PWD EE PG Kelkar who is involved Simhastha development works was working as in-charge EE in the

  • Speeding car fell in gorge, leaving 5 injured

    Ujjain : A speeding swift car after getting imbalanced fell into the gorge near Sodang village on Sunday night. Five youths all residents of Dhancha Bhawan had gone to attend the marriage function at Nagda while returning to Ujjain their car got imbalanced fell into the gorge. Injured Kishore Pathak, Pradeep, Shailendra, Tikam and Ashok were admitted in Civil Hospital by the villagers. One of the injured Shailendra had been referred to

  • Lands of temples, mathas to be registered on the names of priests

    Ujjain : Cabinet Ministers Council of Madhya Pradesh accepted the demand of saints and priests and stopped the auction of the land of 32, 000 temples. The lands will now be registered in the names of priests of temples and mathas. Pujari Dharma Samaj wrote to the Chief Minister reminding him to remove the ban from the traditional offerings at Mahakaleshwar Temple. He was asked to maintain the ancient tradition of the