Free Press Journal
  • Three held in cops recruitment exam

    BHOPAL: An impersonator and two candidates carrying electronic devices along with the mobile phone were caught on Tuesday by the Professional Examination Board officials in entrance exam for constable recruitment, on Tuesday.

  • TKS students excel in inter-school quiz contest

    Indore : Tirathbai Kalachand School (TKS) students bagged first prize in an inter-school quiz contest organised by Madhya Pradesh Tourism Corporation in which 30 eminent city schools participated.

  • Ajay Dube invited to US meet

    BHOPAL : Bhopal-based RTI activist Ajay Dube has been invited by the USA government to attend the Leadership Summit going to be held from August 7 to 27. From India, besides Dube, DMK state joint secretary Sundaram Prasanna has also been invited.

  • Singaporean consul general meets CM

    BHOPAL: Singaporean Consul General Ajit Singh met chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan at Vidhan Sabha on Tuesday.

  • Employees body slams 7th pay commission Recommendations

    BHOPAL : Indian Public Service Employees Federation (IPSEF), New Delhi and its state unit have alleged that the seventh pay commission is a betrayal with the employees. Its national president SB Singh and state general secretary Chandrashekar Parsai have claimed that the hike in salaries, in comparison to previous two commissions, is the least. They said 20 per cent basic salary was hiked during sixth pay commission but the seventh pay commission

  • Lalit Porwal nominated

    Indore : IDA vice-chairman Lalit Porwal and social worker Ashish Dixit have been nominated to the board of Oriental University by the state government. The government nominates board members after three-year tenure.

  • Alexandre Pato set for Villarreal

    Rio de Janeiro : Corinthians have agreed to sell striker Alexandre Pato to Spain’s Villarreal, the Brazilian club’s former president has said.

  • Two men end life by consuming celphos

    BHOPAL: Two youths ended their lives in separate incidents by consuming poisonous substance in Parwaliya and Kolar.

  • Two schoolchildren drown in pond

    Garoth : Two schoolchildren died after they drowned in a pond when they were taking a dip into it in village Dethli Buzurg.

  • 140 hectare declared as a populated land

    UMARIA : Collector Abhishek Singh had declared almost 140 hectare of government land of 93 villages under Manpur tehsil of the district  as a populated land thus benefitting 10,032 people, Actually as this land has been declared as a population land now the people who are residing at this land can take the benefits of all the government schemes. Collector said the poor people who have hold on this land had been

  • Vehicle-lifter nabbed; country made pistol, bike seized

    Ujjain : City police claimed to have arrested a member of vehicle lifters’ gang after an exchange of fire, on Tuesday. However, another person accompannying him managed to escape.

  • Speed kills five students on Mumbai-Pune Expressway

    Mumbai: In a major accident on the Mumbai-Pune Expressway in the wee hours on Tuesday, five engineering students died on the spot and one was critically injured when their speeding car veered out of control before plunging into a quarry.

  • MP Malviya supports IIT Amendment Bill 2016

    Ujjain : Member of Parliament Chintamani Malviya raised his voice in support of the IIT Amendment Bill 2016 in the Parliament. In his address, Malviya said, it was the first time when six IITs were opened as they had only 16 IITs in the last 69 years. The present Union government has found six IITs in a single year. Even the School of Mines Dhanbad has been elevated. He also introduced the