Free Press Journal
  • ATM guard thrashes video journalist

    Ujjain : A camera person of local news cable channel was thrashed by a guard of an ATM, when he tried to register complaint with customer care after the machine dispensed less amount than the one he entered, here at Agar Road on late Sunday.

  • Harda double murder Lawyers observe state-wide strike

    BHOPAL : The lawyers paid tributes to advocate Navin Agrawal and his brother in Harda, in a condolence meeting at Bhopal Bar Association on Monday. Nearly, 70,000 advocates observed state-wide strike for implementation of Advocate Protection Act and severe punishment to the accused.

  • Sanjay Nagar residents lock Karbala plant, block traffic over water crisis

    BHOPAL : People of Sanjay Nagar slums (ward no-11) put locks on Karblas filter plant and blocked traffic on VIP Road for hours as for the last 10 days the water supply remained disrupted to the area. Many VIPs including former CM Digvijay Singh and Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia remained stranded in the traffic jam.

  • Tejasvi Nayak is collector of Barwani, Swati Meena Nayak of Khandwa

    BHOPAL  : The state government has issued orders posting Nayak couple as district collectors. Additional commissioner, urban administration, Tejasvi Nayak, who had also been BMC commissioner, has been posted as Barwani collector. The post of Barwani collector got vacant with removal of Ajay Singh Gangwar.

  • World No Tobacco Day Tobacco changes genes affecting coming generation of consumers

    BHOPAL :  India spends Rs 352 million in controlling the use of tobacco despite which every hour 114 people succumb to tobacco and in Bhopal the rate has been estimated to reach 85,000 in coming two years by Global Adults Tobacco Survey, if the use of tobacco products is not controlled.

  • Role reversal: Cabbie assaulted by Africans

    New Delhi : An Ola cab driver was allegedly assaulted on Monday morning by a group of Africans after he refused to allow more than four passengers to travel in his vehicle, police said.

  • Civil service aspirant drowns in Kshipra

    Ujjain: An aspirant of state civil services exam had drowned in Kshipra River at Dutt Akhara Ghat on Saturday. The deceased’s identity was established by his relatives as Aakashdeep Singh Chauhan, resident of Uttar Pradesh, on Monday.

  • Prerna scores 9.2 CGPA

    Ujjain: Prerna daughter of Naresh Athia, a student of Carmel Convent Senior Secondary School scored 9.2 CGPA in class X examination of CBSE. She owed credit of her success to the school and the parents.

  • MPHRC seeks report on death of two kids at MY Hospital

    BHOPAL : Madhya Pradesh Human Rights Commission (MPHRC) has taken cognisance of the incident of death of two children from nitrous oxide gas in MY Hospital at Indore. The commission has asked dean, MGM Medical College, Indore to submit a report on the incident in 10 days.

  • CM to attend week-long Isha Yoga sessions

    BHOPAL  : Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and his wife Sadhna Singh Chouhan would attend a week-long Yoga sessions under the supervision of Yoga Guru Jaggi Vasudev. Chouhan would leave for Coimbatore on June 2 and would come back on June 7.

  • Investors will be given more facilities, relaxations: CM

    BHOPAL :  Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, in a meeting with investors here on Monday, said maximum facilities to the investors will be given in the state. Chouhan had a one-to-one meeting with all the investors.

  • AR Rahman to get top Japanese culture prize

    New Delhi: Music maestro A R Rahman has been announced as the recipient of Grand Fukuoka Prize 2016 for his outstanding contribution to Asian culture through his music.

  • Hubby, mother-in-law booked for abetting woman’s suicide

    BHOPAL : A youth and his mother have been booked on the charge of abetting suicide of a newly-married woman. The suicide was reported couple of days ago in Govindpura. However, no arrest has been made by police so far.

  • War is not an option, states Pak envoy

    New Delhi: Asserting that the two Asian neighbours are cooperating on the Pathankot terror attack probe, Pakistan’s High Commissioner Abdul Basit on Monday said war is not an option, adding only fools can think that confrontation would solve the problems between India and Pakistan.

  • Youth held for raping minor in Press Complex area

    BHOPAL : The MP Nagar police have booked a youth for raping his minor niece in Press Complex area around a week ago. The matter was reported to police on Sunday after which the accused has been arrested.

  • Haryana Jats divided on another stir

    New Delhi : Majority of the Jat and their khap groups may not join another agitation from June 5 announced by the Akhil Bhartiya Jat Aarakshan Sangharsh Samiti chief Yashpal Malik as they do not want any more damage and destruction caused during three days of campaign in February.

  • Congress accuses revenue minister of trying to rig Ghoradongri by-polls

    BHOPAL : The Congress spokesperson has filed a complaint to the chief election officer, accusing the revenue minister of taking a public meeting after the campaigning was over and distributing money among voters to affect the Ghoradongri by-election.

  • MPBSE supplementary exams from July 4

    BHOPAL : The MP Secondary Board of Education has declared the dates of the supplementary exams of high school and higher secondary for the year 2016. The exams will be conducted at the scheduled exam centres from morning 8.30 to 11.30 am.