Free Press Journal
  • Pooja Tiwar death case: SIT records statement of scribe

    Indore : An SIT team from Haryana police on Sunday recorded statements of a local scribe in the much-talked reporter Pooja Tiwari’s death case, who fell to her death from a fifth floor apartment in Faridabad under mysterious circumstances on May 1.

  • Sale of shoes with ‘Om’ angers Hindus in Pak

    Karachi : Some shopkeepers in Pakistan’s Sindh province allegedly sold shoes with sacred Hindu word ‘Om’ inscribed on it, angering the minority community in the country which described it unfortunate and blasphemous.

  • Hamilton struggles

    Baku : Nico Rosberg increased his lead in the drivers’ championship when he returned to winning ways with smoothly comfortable lights-to-flag victory for Mercedes in Sunday’s European Grand Prix.

  • Dealing with redevelopment issues

    These days many builders offer to buy a flat of the existing owner in exchange for one larger flat after completion of the redevelopment of the building. In addition some money is also paid as additional compensation to enable the owner shift to a new place and pay rent thereon until the new flat is ready for occupation and also for the inconveniences caused.

  • Hunkar rally taken out to protest reservation in promotion

    BHOPAL: The statement of the chief minister on promotion in reservation issue will be the stand of the party. Various organisations took out rallies on Sunday protesting the state govt policy on the issue. They handed over memorandums to the BJP state president in this regard. To protest the promotion in reservation, the Hunkar rally was taken out by the various organisations in which the govt workers, student union and other social

  • MP Neurocon ends with live surgery screening

    BHOPAL : The 16th MP Neurocon concluded on Sunday with presentation of two live endoscopic live surgeries conducted at Bansal hospital on Sunday. The live surgery was conducted by Dr Sudhir Dubey, Neurosurgeon, Medanta and Dr Nitin Garg, neurosurgeon, Bansal Hospital where a tumour in brain was removed through minimal invasive technique. The operation was conducted through nose and live demonstration was shown to neurosurgeons through Skype at Courtyard Marriot.

  • Monsoon all set to hit city on June 22-23

    Indore : Indoreans will have to wait for couple of days more to witness proper rainfall, said weathermen on Sunday. They also expressed hope that monsoon rains would hit the city by June 22-23.

  • Vexed by no action against illegal mining, MLA to launch stir

    BHOPAL: The Bhartiya Janta Party MLA of Chandla from Chattarpur district will launch an agitation against the illegal sand mining in the area. The MLA has written a letter to the CM and the mining minister to take action into the matter. MLA RD Prajapati informed Free Press that the sand is quarried from the banks of Ken River passing through his constituency area. Every day around 1000 trucks of illegal sand

  • Schools fail to upload info of reserved seats on edu portal

    BHOPAL  : The students from underprivileged section of the society will get admission in private school through online process from the current academic session. Most of the private schools have not uploaded the information regarding seats reserved for poor students on under the Right to Education (RTE) Act and have been instructed to upload it till Monday failing which they would have to face action from the government.

  • Three of a family die after consuming poison

    Indore : A woman and her two sons consumed some poisonous substance to commit suicide, on Saturday. They were rushed to MY Hospital where one of her sons died during treatment.

  • Hungary game a final for Portugal: Santos

    Paris : Portugal head coach Fernando Santos has told his players to prepare for a ‘final’ as they look to secure a place in the last 16 of the Euro 2016 football tournament when they take on Hungary in their last group game on Wednesday.

  • Development sans vision mars Simhastha mission

     Gate erected on Dewasgate Choraha creating obstacles , Premchhaya Parisar road widening work initiated without planning , Welcome gate constructed on Dewas Road to be demolished.

  • AAP sets target to strengthen base

    BHOPAL : Aam Aadmi Party leader Ashutosh Gupta said, “The target of the party is to have strong base for the Vidhan Sabha Election 2018”.

  • Khanugaon residents confront Citizen Forum members

    BHOPAL : The members of Citizen Forum faced the brunt of Khanugaon residents, when they went there to inspect the retaining wall constructed on Upper Lake on Sunday. The retaining wall is being constructed by Bhopal Municipal Corporation.

  • One killed, five hurt as car falls into well

    Indore : A 25-year-old youth was killed and five of his friends were injured when the car in which they were travelling fell into a 25 feet deep roadside well near Jamniya village on Nemawar Road here on Saturday evening.

  • Himalayan nations face likely food crisis

    New Delhi : The Himalyan countries, including India, are likely to face an unprecedented food crisis unless they strengthen regional collaboration for the development of inclusive climate resilience in the region, experts have warned.

  • Relieving stress with art therapy

    Indore : Bringing art above the limitations of competitions, ACE creativity and Kaffeinated Konversations jointly organised ‘Art Cove Live Painting’, where people from all walks of life gathered to explore their creativity.