Free Press Journal
  • Unfinished metal frames lying on roads become death traps

    BHOPAL : Unfinished Metal frames, which are left lying on the roads for months in the name of renovation and repair of BRTS Corridor bus terminuses, have become a serious traffic hazard. There have been umpteen cases of two-wheeler riders hitting the frames, particularly in the night and losing balance at various points in the 24-km-long corridor.

  • Charge-sheet against seven hackers drawing Rs 9L from NRI’s account

    BHOPAL : Economic Offences Wing (EOW) submitted a chargesheet, after investigating in a case of hacking bank account through net banking, against seven accused in the court of chief judicial magistrate, Bhopal on Friday.

  • Mining allegation: KK Mishra charge-sheeted for forgery

    BHOPAL : The MP Nagar police on Saturday filed chargesheet against Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) spokesperson KK Mishra for allegedly forging documents while alleging that a mine was allocated to chief minister’s kin in Balaghat district, at Bhopal court on Saturday.

  • Mining dept to launch e-transit passes on pilot basis

    BHOPAL : The state mining department is planning to launch e-transit passes as pilot project in Jabalpur to combat illegal mining. It will be expanded to the entire state later.

  • Going places, literally: These youngsters are not tourists, they are wanderers

    BHOPAL : Travelling excites everyone but for some, it is a passion. And they do not believe in touch-and-go touristy trips. They want to live the place they visit, get acquainted with the people, their culture and their food. And these globetrotters do not go the leisure way. They travel on shoe-string budgets and make it a point that they don’t miss anything. They are not tourists; they are wanderers.

  • Back On Track

    Jadeja, Ashwin spin out Kiwis; India take grip over Test

  • Medical waste litters roads around Katju Hospital

    BHOPAL : The state government has drawn several guidelines for private clinics and nursing homes for proper disposal of medical waste but hardly pays attention to its own hospitals where heaps of medical waste litter the area around the premises.

  • Pakistan Set To Approach Interpol For Seeking Brahamdagh Bugti’s Extradition

    Islamabad : In a move to pre-empt India, Pakistan has said it will approach Interpol for the extradition of Baloch leader Brahamdagh Bugti who has sought political asylum in India, a media report said. The Pakistan government has decided to write to Interpol for the extradition of Bugti. “The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) will send a formal reference to Interpol within the next few days for the extradition of Brahamdagh Bugti,” interior

  • ‘Williamson wicket was game-changer’

    “Kumble asked me to bowl in rough areas and look for angles and bowling from wide off the crease. There were a lot of footmarks around the off stump area. He told me that those marks will have a bearing on the minds of the batsmen,” Jadeja said.

  • False Alarm In Panvel, Uran Search Is Still On

    Mumbai : While search operations in Uran are still under way, there has been little success in tracing the five suspicious persons who were reportedly seen by two students at Kumbharwada in Uran.

  • IGRMS exhibition showcases culture, heritage of Nagaland

    BHOPAL  : An exhibition ‘The Nagas’ at Avritti Bhawan of Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya is gaining popularity amongst the visitors. This exhibition is based on social aspect of life of people of Nagaland.

  • ‘Akashwani’ comes on earth

    The mesmerising recital of top A Grade artists of AIR, Delhi and Mumbai was relished by the music lovers at Ravindra Bhawan on Saturday. It was part of concert ‘Akashwani Sangeet Sammelan 2016,’ organised by the Directorate General of All India Radio.

  • Medanta Indore and Neuro Club holds live operative workshop

    Indore : Institute of Neuroscience (IoN), Medanta Indore and Neuro Club jointly organised a unique live pre-operative workshop under Neuro Update 2016- Epilepsy and Stroke, a two-day scientific meet held on Saturday.

  • Workshop ‘Sahas’ held at SGSITS

    Indore : The third workshop on creating awareness about narcotics, ‘Sahas’ was held at SGSITS on Saturday.

  • ‘Bahut kathin hai dagar rangkarma ki’

    BHOPAL : Symposium, Vihan Sangeet and play formed part of the second day of three-day ‘Dinesh Thakur Memorial Theatre Festival. The festival is  being jointly organised by Ank theatre group, Mumbai and Vihan Drama Works, Bhopal to commemorate well-known actor, director and writer late Dinesh Thakur and on the completion of 40 years of theatrical journey of his  theatre group ‘Ank’.

  • We have a bunch of fighters, will fight it out: BJ Watling

    Kanpur : The chances of a fightback look bleak with New Zealand already conceding a 215-run lead to India but wicket-keeper BJ Watling hoped that the visiting team’s fighting spirit would inspire them to challenge the home side.