Free Press Journal
  • Clears model law; malls, cinemas can stay open 24×7

    New Delhi : The Union Cabinet on Wednesday cleared the Model Shop and Establishment Regulations Bill for pushing it in the monsoon session of Parliament for allowing shops with more than 10 employees to remain open round-the-clock with no working hours alike the malls.

  • Dengue, Malaria cases begin spiralling

    BHOPAL : With monsoon, Dengue and Malaria has started knocking at the doors of the city. Three dengue and 16 malaria positive cases have been detected in the city to date. . The malaria department has fastened its seat belts as the number of dengue and malaria has started rising. Since January, 12 dengue cases have been reported and the three new cases are said to be from outside Bhopal.

  • MoU for regional passport centre today

    Indore : A memorandum of understanding (MoU) would be signed between Indore Development Authority (IDA) and Regional Passport Office, Bhopal for opening a centre in the IDA building.

  • Blames Goan political parties for sex tourism

    Panaji : The tourism of sex, drugs and gambling in Goa is backed by political patronage and is defaming Goa, Delhi Chief Minister and AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal said on Wednesday.

  • Suspected IS terror module busted 11 youths detained by NIA in Hyderabad

    Hyderabad : The NIA on Wednesday claimed to have busted a ‘terror module’ that is suspected to be linked to the Islamic State(IS) group and detained 11 youths including a techie and some graduates after conducting searches at different locations in the old city here.

  • Meeting to review pollution levels in state today

    BHOPAL: On July 2, officers of MP Pollution Board of the state will be attending a meeting at Bhopal. The objective of the meeting is to asses the works and the action taken by the officials to control pollution in their respective area.

  • Woman kills husband over illicit relationship

    Manawar: Police have solved the murder mystery of a man, whose body was found from a well on May 19, 2016. Deceased’s wife had killed her husband over illicit relationship, along with her ‘friend’.

  • Encroachments removed from busiest MG Road

    Dewas : Following the orders from court, Dewas municipal corporation finally removed encroachments from busiest road of the city – MG Road on Wednesday.

  • Pratul Joshi, Harsheel Dani , Gurusaidutt thru

    Canada : Indian shuttlers had a bright start to their journey at the Canada Open as Pratul Joshi, Harsheel Dani and R.M.V. Gurusaidutt moved into the second round of the $55,000 in Grand Prix badmton tournament here on Wednesday.

  • Jinson Johnson misses Rio qualification

    Hyderabad : Kerala’s Jinson Johnson ran the third fastest 800m race by an Indian to win the gold but missed the Rio Olympics qualification standard narrowly on the second day of the 56th National Inter-State Senior Athletics Championships on Wednesday. 25-year-old Johnson 1:46.43 while the Rio Games qualification mark stands at 1:46.00.

  • HRC seeks reply on woman losing kidney during surgery

    BHOPAL : Madhya Pradesh Human Rights Commission (MPHRC), taking suo-motu cognisance of the news published in the media about a woman losing her kidney during operation, has sought reply from chief medical and health officer (CMHO) and SP, Teekamgarh.

  • No helmet, no petrol from Aug 1 in Kerala

    Thiruvananthapuram : Concerned over increasing number of road accidents involving two-wheelers riders in the state, the Kerala government on Wednesday announced those not wearing helmets would not be allowed to fill petrol for their vehicles from August 1.

  • Ceremonial farewell to Surendra Sinh today

    BHOPAL : The Director General of Police Surendra Sinh is going to retire on Thursday. The new DGP Rishi Shukla will take charge on the same day at 5.30 pm.

  • Bolt up for trials

    Kingston : Usain Bolt will embark on the first major test of what he plans to be a triumphant swansong here today as the Jamaican Olympic athletics trials get under way.

  • Congress workers will face music for indiscipline: Sharma

    UMARIA : District Congress committee chairman Rajesh Sharma said that strict action would be taken against the party workers who were involved in indiscipline in a recent programme of the party. Sharma said that a complaint was made against some workers of the district party unit when state Congress committee president Arun Yadav had came to city on June 28. Some party workers create ruckus behind his motorcade.

  • AAP MLA Mohaniya gets bail

    New Delhi : AAP MLA Dinesh Mohaniya, arrested in a case of alleged molestation, was on Wednesday  granted bail by a Delhi court which said no purpose would be served by keeping him in judicial custody as investigation was almost complete.

  • Tehsildar injured in road accident

    Dewas : Dewas tehsildar sustained injuries as his vehicle got imbalanced and turned at Dewas-Bhopal road between village Jamgod and Khatamba on Wednesday morning. He has been admitted to district hospital here.

  • ‘Govt should tak child labourers’ responsibility’

    BHOPAL : “The state should take the responsibility of not only orphan child labourers but also of children who work and earn for their families”, said Nirmala Buch, former bureaucrat and social activist, in a workshop organised by Samira Samvedna Samiti along with UNICEF on Wednesday to discuss the probable ways to deal with child labour, malnutrition and infant mortality.