Free Press Journal
  • Nearly 80% candidates take State Civil Service Prelims

    Indore : About 80 per cent candidates of the total registered for the State Civil Service Preliminary examination-2015 took the exam conducted by the Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission on Sunday.

  • Bread, flour samples collected from 3 bakeries

    BHOPAL : After the release of the report of CSE regarding the use of Potassium Bromate as a reagent for making bread, several samples were collected from three bakeries of Bhopal. Samples of bread, wheat flour, white flour, white bread, sandwich bread and bread improver have been collected from Jhulelal Bakeries, Omni Bakeries and Popular Rich Breads.

  • “BJP only for Vedic Hindus, what about Bahujan Hindus”

    Whether it is the suicide of Rohith Vemula, a PhD scholar at the University of Hyderabad or three cases of Ahmednagar, wherein members of a Dalit family from Javkhede-Khalsa village who were killed, three Dalit youth who were murdered from Sonai village and the Dalit youth of Kharda village, who was murdered for falling in love with a girl of a higher caste, atrocities on the community are becoming an everyday affair.

  • DataWind introduces two affordable mobile phones

    Focusing on low cost smartphone markets in Tier-II and Tier-III cities,DataWind Inc. (TSX: DW), a leader in the delivery of Internet access in emerging markets, has expanded its portfolio of affordable smartphone maker by launching two new Pocket Surfer smartphones PS 2G4X and PS 3G4Z priced at Rs 2499 and Rs 3999 respectively. Both the phones are successors of Pocket surfer phones 2G4 and 3G4 launched in March 2015. The phones will

  • BMC puts off anti-encroachment drive in MP Nagar

    BHOPAL : Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) administration had to put off anti-encroachment drive for two days due to non-availability of police force engaged on Republic Day celebrations.

  • Probe on against doctors for alleged misconduct: Shirdi Trust informs High Court

    Mumbai/Shirdi : Shirdi Saibaba Sansthan has informed the Bombay High Court that disciplinary inquiry is being conducted against two doctors of its hospital for alleged malpractices. This was stated in an affidavit filed by the Shirdi Saibaba Trust recently on a public interest litigation alleging malpractices committed by doctors and demanding action against them.

  • Centre creating hurdles for our govt: Kejriwal

    New Delhi : Firing a fresh salvo at the Centre, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today accused it of “creating hurdles unsparingly” before the Delhi government and asserted he stood as a “wall” between his ministers and the Modi dispensation.

  • See better – Career in Optician

    For those who are oriented towards an ‘eye for detail’ optometry could be a rewarding profession

  • Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis greets Amit Shah after he was re-elected as the party pesident in New Delhi on Sunday. PTI

    News Analysis Uphill Task Ahead For Shah In 2016

    New Delhi : Amit Shah, elected the BJP president for a full three years on Sunday, faces an uphill task as four major states go to the polls this year – and he will have to prove that the electoral setbacks of 2015 were an aberration.

  • NSUI says not behind attack on ABVP office

    Mumbai : National Students Union of India (NSUI) on Sunday dismissed Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad’s claim that it was behind the attack on ABVP office at Matunga in central Mumbai. “ABVP should first tell us why did they claim that the attack was by dalit activists and began blaming us only after BJP leaders visited their office,” NSUI leader Suraj Thakur said here.

  • Gurdaspur SP is still not off the hook yet

    Scientific tests on Salwinder’s jeweller friend Rajesh Verma, cook Madan Gopal and caretaker of ‘Panj Peer Dargah’ Somraj would be conducted this week (more…)

  • Woman killed by paramour

    Mumbai : A 22 year old man was nabbed by the Tardeo police for allegedly murdering a woman and attacking her husband on Saturday night, the police said.

  • Auto-driver dies; kin block road

    BHOPAL :  A 35-year-old auto driver, who was allegedly mentally tortured by traffic police,  died at Barkhedi Kalan village under  Ratibad police station on Monday late night, after complaining of uneasiness.

  • Mehbooba cannot wait indefinitely

    How long before Jammu and Kashmir can have a representative government once again?  As a border state with a troubled history with Pakistan, it is important that J and K has a government in place which reflects the views of a majority of its people.

  • WR dismisses two motormen in train overshooting incident

    Mumbai : The Western Railway has dismissed two motormen from service in connection with the mishap involving a suburban train in June last year. A fast train coming from Bhayander had rammed into the dead end on platform no. 3 of Churchgate Station, injuring five passengers and disrupting the suburban train services on the Western Railway line.

  • Lionel Messi rescues Barca, Man United sink

    Madrid : Lionel Messi scored a spectacular winner as Barcelona moved to the top of La Liga with a hard-fought 2-1 win at Malaga. The European champions were handed the perfect start on Sunday when Munir El Haddadi tapped home the opener after just 64 seconds, but were far from their best and Malaga deservedly levelled through Juanpi 13 minutes before the break. Messi had been struggling with a slight hamstring strain in the past