Free Press Journal
  • Use SMS, websites, IVRS to access class 12 results

    BHOPAL :  The MP Board of secondary education has announced details of how students can access their class 12 results, to be announced on May 12, online.

  • Private Universities Act to be amended for Symbiosis

    BHOPAL :  The Madhya Pradesh Private University Act would be amended for the sake of Symbiosis University, which is going to be established in Indore. According to the Act, the University Grants Commission conducts an inspection before establishing a private university. There is a provision of the commission submitting its report within three months only after which the state government can table a Bill for setting up the university.

  • Leopard escapes from Van Vihar; caught

    BHOPAL :  A leopard escaped from the Van Vihar National Park on Tuesday morning, forcing the closure of the Park. The feline was caught late in the night.

  • City youth Naman scores 106th rank in UPSC exam

    Indore :  A City youth Naman Upadhyaya has scored 106th rank in the 2015 Civil Service Exam, results of which were declared by the UPSC, on Tuesday. “It’s a proud moment for me,” said an elated 29-year-old Naman.

  • MGM starts gap analysis to get 100 UG seats

    Indore : To bag 100 undergraduate seats, the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College (MGM) administration has started conducting gap analysis of infrastructure and equipment in the college.

  • Boost immunity to fight cancer: Dr Kothari

    Indore :  More than 200 people from various parts of the city were screened for cancer at the free cancer camp organised by All India Marwari Yuva Manch at Free Press premises on Tuesday.

  • Agriculture deputy director caught accepting Rs 2L bribe

    BHOPAL: The Lokaukta police, on Tuesday caught deputy director of agriculture red-handed while accepting a bribe of Rs 2 lakh from the Beej Vitran Samiti member, in Sagar district, on Tuesday. The officer was demanding a bribe of Rs 4 lakh to release the pending amount of Rs 27 lakh since 2013.

  • Four held for stealing bags of passengers from waiting room

    BHOPAL : A joint team of GRP and RPF caught four UP-based thieves, who were operating as a gang, from the railway station on Tuesday. They were caught on CCTV while stealing bags of sleepy passengers from the waiting room in the wee hours on Monday.

  • School bus runs over teacher

    BHOPAL :  A 50-year-old school teacher, resident of Harda, who had come to a relative’s house in Awadhpuri area, was run over by a school bus in Khajuri Kalan in front of SOS Balgram on Monday late evening. He was rushed to a Hospital in critical condition where he succumbed within an hour during the treatment.

  • Congress dharna in Lok Sabha

    “We have given the notice…some ruling should come. Since morning we are agitating but the chair has not given time. This is an important matter. You have taken our president’s name publicly. The prime minister should not say this outside the house. Whatever he wants to say, he should speak in the house and not outside it,” – Mallikarjun Kharge/ Congress Party’s floor leader Continue Reading ...-->

  • Yes, we are a medal contender: Roelant Oltmans

    New Delhi :  Going by its past performances, not many would fancy Indian men’s hockey team’s chances in the upcoming Olympics, but chief coach Roelant Oltmans says a medal finish in Rio is very much achievable if “everything falls in the right place at the right time”.

  • Ram Vilas Paswan

    Pulse prices have gone up:Paswan

    New Delhi : Food and Consumer Affairs’ Minister Ram Vilas Paswan on Tuesday admitted that the prices of pulses have increased lately but attributed it to hoarding and malpractices by unscrupulous elements and private importers.

  • Mill worker caught trying to steal Rs 35L from GM’s chamber

    BHOPAL :  An man was caught red handed while trying to lift Rs 35 lakh from the room of the General Manager of New Bhopal Textile Mills Chandbad, Bhopal of National Textile Corporation on Monday night.

  • Drought: MP wants no aid from Centre!

    BHOPAL :  The chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan praised his government’s effort to combat the drought type situation in the state but failed to demand funds from the centre to overcome  the situation at a meeting at the national capital regarding the drought, chaired by prime minister on Tuesday.

  • All I am asking for is trials, says Sushil

    New Delhi :  Narsingh Yadav might be staking his claim to represent India at the Olympics, having clinched a berth in men’s 74kg freestyle, but double Olympic medallist Sushil Kumar on Tuesday said all he is asking for is trails to chose the best wrestler for the Rio Games.

  • Somaiya alleges corruption in BMC by Sena leadership

    Mumbai : BJP Lok Sabha MP Kirit Somaiya on Tuesday came down heavily against Shiv Sena alleging that the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) was in the grip of a powerful mafia being controlled by a ‘Sahib’ from Bandra.

  • 2-yr-old dies, three injured in collision between two SUVs

    BHOPAL :  A kid died while three persons sustained sever injuries in a head-on collision between two SUVs near Bank of Baroda under Sukhi Sewania police station area on Tuesday. The injured were rushed to nearby hospital while body of the deceased was sent for post-mortem.