Free Press Journal
  • CMHO claims no dengue cases despite 3 patients in pvt hospital

    BHOPAL : Three more dengue cases have been found positive and two suspected swine flu patients have been admitted to private hospitals in the city on Monday. The dengue cases have been at rise since the heavy rains have started pouring in but the health department has been continuously saying that there is no rise in the number of dengue cases.

  • Devotees brave rains to catch glimpse of Mahakal

    Ujjain : Joy of devotees knew no bound as they witnessed the second procession of lord Mahakal taken out in the city on Monday. Sporadic drizzling throughout the procession failed to dampen the spirit of ecstatic devotees as they jostled, pushed and bargained for a space to catch a glimpse of the lord and offered their prayers amidst the frenzied crowd.

  • Folk songs, dances on day three of Himachal Fest

    BHOPAL : The Antarang Hall of Bharat Bhavan echoed with the folk dances and songs of the Himalayan state of Himachal on Monday – the third day of five-day ‘Himachal Pradesh Mahotsav’. Showcasing the art and culture of different states under one roof, the fest is being organised by Bharat Bhawan.

  • TB patient hangs self in hospital

    BHOPAL : A patient suffering from TB committed suicide in People’s Hospital, under the Nishatpura police station on Monday morning, after he came to know that he has also fallen prey to cancer. The police have registered a case of suicide.



  • Rift with wife leads banker to hang self

    BHOPAL: In another incident the manager of Axix bank committed suicide due to alleged family tension at Priyanka Apartment, Vijay Nagar under the Koh-e-Fiza police station, on Sunday night. Police have registered a case and started investigating the matter. Ankit Jain, 32, hanged himself at his residence, in Priyanka apartment at 10.30pm on Sunday. Police have not found any suicide note from the spot, while wife of the deceased was at her

  • Activist alleges foul play in water supply

    Ujjain : Social worker Harsh Shukla has alleged that contaminated water is being supplied to the citizens in connivance with the concerned department so as to promote sell of RO water and packed bottles.

  • Talgo train to touch city today

    RATLAM : Ratlam railway station will witness the semi high speed Talgo train during wee hours of Tuesday  when it will pass through Ratlam railway station during its first trial between Delhi-Mumbai  Rajdhani route at 3.10 am on Monday night. The train will have a stoppage of three minutes at the station.

  • Arbaaz Khan does photo shoot his new film

    Taking time off from his busy schedule, actor and director Arbaaz Khan recently did photo shoot for his new film YEH TOH TWO MUCH HO GAYAA at a studio in Mumbai.

  • Parents-teachers meet at BSSS

    BHOPAL: A parents-teachers meet was organised at The Bhopal School of Social Sciences (BSSS) on Monday. The parents of the students of first semester and teachers were present in the meeting. The annual magazine ‘Quest’ was also released on the occasion.

  • MPTDC gives facelift to heritage monuments

    BHOPAL : In spite of having one of the most creative advertisement campaign for the promotion of tourism in the state and spending about Rs 400 crore in a year on tourism, MP tourism development corporation has attracted 7.24 crore domestic tourists in the year 2015-16 but has failed to bring foreign tourists in the state.

  • Six former chief ministers occupying bungalows in MP too

    BHOPAL : With the Supreme Court (SC) ordering Uttar Pradesh government to get bungalows occupied by former chief ministers vacated, former chief ministers of the state occupying government bungalows may also get into trouble.