Free Press Journal
  • On a cycling trip to Yashwant Sagar

    Indore : During a recent group cycling trip to Yashwant Sagar, cyclist Manish Jain escaped a major accident with a racing biker, who drove through the busy streets of Rajwada unconcerned about other commuters, especially cyclists.

  • St Paul’s school students excel

    Ujjain : Students of St Paul’s Senior Secondary School excelled in the recently declared Class X results of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), on Saturday.

  • Man succumbs to burns

    BHOPAL : A man, who had sustained burns when some unidentified miscreants set him afire while he was sleeping on a handcart at Kotwali police station area, succumbed during treatment in Hamidia Hospital on Sunday.

  • BMC cleans Arera Hills of filth under thematic drive

    BHOPAL : Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) launched the thematic cleanliness drive on Sunday at Arera Hills, divided in 14 sectors to collect garbage from green belts, open ground, roadsides, central verges and other pockets being used as dumping ground. The collected garbage was transported to dumping ground in 23 trucks, 14 mini trucks, 72 Magic vans under the drive which continued for three hours from 6 to 9am.


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  • Engineering student’s laptop stolen

    BHOPAL: An engineering student’s laptop worth Rs 40,000 was stolen from hostel at Prabhat Petrol Pump Chowraha under Aishbag police station area on Sunday.

  • CM honours farmers for lending land to Simhastha Mela

    Ujjain: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on his visit to the city on Sunday felicitated the farmers who had lent their lands for Simhastha fair area. While addressing the farmers, CM Chuahan said the role of farmers was most important in making Simhastha a successful event.

  • Transport dept to sort out anomalies in records

    BHOPAL : The transport department has declared the financial year 2016-17 as ‘old arrears and audit revenue recovery year’. The department has prepared the calendar to target various activities.

  • Digvijaya Singh

    BJP shrugs off Diggy’s ‘nation is burning’ rant

    New Delhi : The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Sunday downplayed Congress general secretary Digvijaya Singh’s ‘country is burning’ under Prime Minister Narendra Modi rant and said that he might be talking about the condition of the grand old party.

  • Bus falls into gorge, 10 hurt

    Khirkiya : A private bus travelling from Harda to Damjipura fell into a gorge near village Morgarhi on Sunday afternoon. Over 10 passengers sustained injuries in the incident.

  • 12 children fall ill after taking iron syrup at anganwadi

    RATLAM : As many as 12 kids from tribal belt were rushed to District Children Hospital here on Saturday after they complained of vomiting following administering of iron syrup in Umarthana village anganwadi centre, about 20 km away from here.

  • Lalit Modi

    Lalit Modi case: probe agencies to approach Interpol afresh

    New Delhi : Indian investigative agencies will make a fresh bid to obtain the much-delayed Interpol arrest warrant against former IPL Chairman Lalit Modi after the Chennai Police recently submitted that it is actively pursuing its criminal probe against the former cricket czar and others.

  • Madhav Science College students feted

    Ujjain : For extending exceptional services during the recently concluded Simhastha Mahakumbh, volunteers of National Service Scheme (NSS) unit of Governmnet Madhav Science college were felicitated here on Saturday.

  • PMO website launched in 6 local languages

    New Delhi: Going multilingual, the official website of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Office is now available in six major regional languages, including Gujrati, Marathi, Malayalam and Bengali, as part efforts to reach out to people across the country.

  • Narayanasamy to be Puducherry CM

    Puducherry/Chennai : Senior Congress leader V Narayanasamy, who was unanimously elected as the CLP leader, would meet Lt Governor Kiran Bedi here on Monday to stake claim to become the Chief Minister of Puducherry.

  • Man, toddler drown while crossing river

    ALIRAJPUR : A three-year-old tribal girl and her grandfather drowned while they were trying to cross a river using a tyre tube near Khattali here on Sunday, police said.