Free Press Journal
  • Girl child abducted from govt hospital

    Ujjain : Sensation was created at the Government Madhav Nagar Hospital as a new-born girl child got abducted amid dramatic condition, here on Wednesday evening.

  • Physiotherapy turned their setbacks into comebacks

    Indore : When faced with pain, painkillers do not always solve the problem. They stop the signals from reaching the brain. In order to deal with pain, one needs to discover the cause and further, fix the problem at the root. Most body pains are a result of inflamed, overworked or injured muscles.

  • About 40 law students denied internal exams for short attendance

    Indore : In a stringent action, School of Law denied internal exams to nearly 40 students of LLB and LLM courses for short attendance sending a clear and loud message to students that attendance norms would be followed strictly.

  • Weakest link in 2018 victory is bureaucracy: Vijayvargiya

    BHOPAL : With the officers in the state being constantly on target of national general secretary of the Bharatiya Janata Party, Kailash Vijayvargiya, for their attitude, he has once again trained his guns on the bureaucracy.

  • Irregularities exposed in midday meal

    Ujjain : Severe irregularities were exposed in the midday meal during the inspection of Government Primary School, Panwasa by Education Committee president Bharat Porwal, on Wednesday.

  • Ram NareshYadav seen off; Kohli welcomed, to be sworn in today

    The chief minister and other ministers of the state, including top bureaucrats gave farewell to the governor Ram Naresh Yadav and welcomed the governor of Gujarat, who will take over as the in-charge governor of the state, on Wednesday.

  • Physiotherapist hangs self

    BHOPAL: Physiotherapist Dr Keshav Gupta committed suicide by hanging himself at Karond under Nishatpura police station on Wednesday. He was working with clinic of social justice, behind Collectorate. No suicide note has been recovered.  As per police sources, Keshav Gupta, 36, resident of Elixir Garden, Karond, committed suicide. He was in depression after he met with an accident.

  • Change in nutritious food supply system: Roadblocks abound

    BHOPAL : Even as chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has announced to change the present arrangement of nutritious food in Anganwadis in the state, the state bureaucracy appears unwilling to get it implemented any time soon.

  • Abducted Bhopal college girl rescued from Ajmer

    BHOPAL : Crime branch succeeded in getting MLB College girl Rachna Parmar freed from clutches of kidnappers. The kidnappers had demanded Rs 20 lakh from college girl’s family.  The girl was recovered from Ajmer along and the kingpin of the abduction was nabbed while one of his accomplices managed to flee from the spot.

  • IDA to float new scheme to complete western ring road

    Indore : Moving a step closer towards completing the unfinished western ring road Indore Development Authority (IDA) would be declaring a new residential scheme, which would fund the construction works of the road. IDA gave the nod to a proposal in this regard in its board meeting held here on Wednesday.

  • Noise pollution is another major nuisance

    Indore : Immersion of gigantic Ganpati idols made of PoP is not something that Mayuri Singh, a teacher, takes kindly. “It harms aquatic life by contaminating water bodies with chemicals and heavy metals,” she added.

  • IMA’s foundation week celebrations from today

    Indore : Indore Management Association’s (IMA) 53rd foundation week celebrations will commence from Thursday and continue till September 15. On this occasion, the IMA will organize several programmes.