Free Press Journal
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    Youths thrash MPSEB JE to death over inflated bill

    BHOPAL : A 25-year-old junior engineer of Madhya Pradesh State Electricity Board (MPESB) was beaten to death by two youths over inflated electricity bill at Chandbad office of MPSEB under Bazaria police station in the afternoon on Wednesday. Both have been arrested on charge of murder.

  • Tejas lands in Bhopal; takes off for Leh

    BHOPAL : India’s Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) Tejas, which was recently inducted into the Indian Air Force landed at the Raja Bhoj Airport on Wednesday.

  • Rly to run Rakhi specials for Raipur, Rewa

    BHOPAL : Rail administration, considering the increase in inflow of travelers during festive season, has decided to run two ‘Suvidha Special Superfast Trains’ between Habibganj and Raipur. The computerised reservation for both trains has started.

  • Fire in government press

    BHOPAL : Documents gutted in Government Press after fire broke out on Wednesday. While auto-rickshaw turned to ashes after fire engulfed it at Royal Market.

  • ‘Keep close watch on sonography centres’

    BHOPAL: Additional district magistrate (ADM), BS Jamod, addressing at a meeting of district advisory committee of PNDT Act here on Monday, directed the officials concerned to keep a strict eye on sonography centres in the district. He said action should be taken under provisions of PNDT Act, in case where irregularities are found at any centre. Chief medical and health officer Dr Veena Sinha and officers concerned were present on the occasion. 

  • World Daughter’s Day

    These parents share bond thicker than blood with foster daughters

  • Parents of only girl child feel fortunate

    BHOPAL : Parents of only girl child have their own world. It is not related to the bygone era, in which the birth of a boy in the family was deemed as a ‘God Grace’, but now the parents of only daughters feel more self-respected to be the father of daughter.

  • Consumers should not be given dust mixed wheat: Dhurve

    BHOPAL : Minister for food, civil supplies and consumer protection Omprakash Dhurve directed the officials to keep an eye over the quality of the food grains distributed from the government fair price shops. It is the duty of the management and salesman of the shop to check the quality before the delivery. Old, wet, poor quality food grains, stones and dust mixed wheat and rice should not be distributed at all. Dhurve

  • Sealed with a kiss!

    Rio de Janeiro: Michael Phelps captured his 21st Olympic gold in devastating fashion, sealing victory with a kiss.

  • Irked over ailing cows at kanji house, VHP activists stage demo at mayor’s bungalow

    Ujjain : Taking the pitiable condition of the cows in cognizance, Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) and other pro-Hindu organizations activists staged a demonstration in front of mayor’s bungalow on Wednesday. Activists brought 5 sick cows in a lorry from the kanji house and provided them treatment in front of the mayor’s residence.

  • BAMS students protest for results

    Indore : Students of BAMS course on Wednesday staged a demonstration on RNT Marg campus of the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) to protest against delay in declaration of their exam results.

  • Drunken driving: Police recommend suspension of 415 licences

    BHOPAL : The police drive started on August 5 across the state, is underway against those who drink and drive. Recommendations are being made to suspend driving lincences, along with imposing fine and action of issuing challan under the drive, started on the instructions of Minister of Home Affairs  Bhupendra Singh.

  • Raghuram Rajan would have liked to stay

    New Delhi: Outgoing RBI governor Raghuram Rajan whose term ends on September 4 has said that he was open to the idea of having a two-year second term. In a television interview, Rajan who had in June decided against seeking a second term after a 3-year tenure which ends next month, said the process of dialogue with the government did not reach a stage where he could have agreed to

  • Cop’s objectionable post on whatsapp group creates row

    Ujjain : An objectionable post on the whatsapp group by a policeman about Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Indore collector has created fuss. Though the cop has apologized for what he has done, but is afraid of the action against him.

  • Udit Narayan to perform on I-Day

    BHOPAL : On the occasion of Independence Day, Bhopalites would witness the live concert of eminent playback singer Udit Narayan at the open stage of Ravindra Bhawan.  He will present some patriotic songs in the concert which is being organised by Swaraj Sansthan Sanchalnalaya.

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    Concerned govt calls for all-party meeting

     New Delhi: Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday slammed Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif talking of annexing Kashmir one day and his letter to the UN Secretary General for a plebiscite on Kashmir.

  • Code 28 norm: 139 colleges face disaffiliation

    Indore : As many as 139 private colleges under Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya face disaffiliation as they did not provide list of their respective teachers appointed under college Code-28 norm by July 31, a deadline set by Department of Higher Education.