Free Press Journal
  • Medical colleges lure candidates to take admission without attending counselling in Bhopal

    Bhopal: The Bhopal police have started investigation against three more colleges for publishing advertisements in newspapers luring the students to take admission without attending the NEET UG counselling. Till date police have served notices to five medical colleges. ASP Rajesh Bhadoria said police have served notices to Amaltas Medical College of Indore and Sukh Sagar Medical College of Jabalpur for publishing the advertisement.

  • Garbage containers hit public transport system in Bhopal

    Bhopal: The operation of BRTS public transport buses has been hit because of garbage containers placed just at the BRTS bus terminals at Hamidia Hospital and Royal Market. The containers have been creating problems for the commuters.

  • SET to be held in December last week in indore

    Indore: After a lull of more than a decade, Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) has signaled at conducting State Eligibility Test (SET), which makes government job aspirants eligible for assistant professor’s post in their respective state, in the last week of December. “We are thinking of holding SET in December end.

  • Bike-borne men stab trader in Indore

    Indore: Motorcycle-borne men attacked and injured a trader on Saturday night and fled the scene. Though, the reason for the attack is not yet clear, police suspect an old dispute to be the cause of the attack.

  • DAVV convocation ceremony in November end

    Cancelled twice in last one year, DAVV’s convocation ceremony would tentatively be held in the last week of November. Vice-chancellor Dr Narendra Dhakad said that he had talked to Chancellor Om Prakash Kohli and sought his permission for holding convocation ceremony at DAVV. “Chancellor suggested us to hold convocation in the last week of November,” Dhakad said adding that DAVV has sent a letter to the Chancellor’s office for his official consent.

  • Indore: Ambedkar university seeks convocation gowns from DAVV

    Indore: Dr BR Ambedkar University of Social Sciences, Mhow, has told Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) that it may require the latter’s convocation gowns for its maiden convocation ceremony due on November 18. Ambedkar university registrar Parikshit Singh had visited DAVV three days back and sought convocation rule book from his counterpart here. Singh also told DAVV officials that he may require convocation gowns for Ambedkar university’s first convocation ceremony.

  • Nityanand Charandas

    Never Give up Nityanand Charan Das

    A farmer owned an old mule. The mule fell into the farmer’s well. The farmer heard the mule braying and after carefully assessing the situation, the farmer sympathized with the mule, but decided that neither the mule nor the well was worth the trouble of saving. Instead, he called his neighbours together, told them what had happened, and enlisted them to help haul dirt to bury the old mule in the well

  • Centre’s support for ban on ‘triple talaq’ refreshing

    The Narendra Modi government’s unambiguous stand in the Supreme Court that the institution of triple talaq (divorce through the male repeating the word ‘talaq’ thrice) and polygamy, were an assault on gender equality and human dignity deserves to be welcomed wholeheartedly. That it has refrained from linking this to the BJP’s support for a uniform civil code is apt and prudent because that being a controversial issue it could well have disturbed a hornet’s

  • RSS takes out Bal Pathsanchalan in Ujjain

    Ujjain: On Durga Ashtami, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) took out bal path sanchalan. Over 400 young cadets of RSS participated in ‘sanchalan’ with full discipline and zeal, raising patriotic slogans.

  • Rahul and minions have damaged the Congress

    If the reprehensible statement of Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was ‘hiding behind the blood of jawans’ and doing ‘dalali’ (cashing in) on the sacrifice of soldiers, and the blind defence of it by the likes of Kapil Sibal and Randeep Singh Surjewala is any indication the Congress party has not learnt any lessons from the crushing defeat in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. One would recall that

  • Ujjain: Union Minister fetes IOC officer for Simhastha arrangements

    Ujjain: Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) officer Ramesh Kumar was felicitated by Union Social Justice and Empowerment Minister Thavarchand Gehlot for contributing in Simhastha Fair arrangements.  Kumar received the certificate during Prime Minister Ujjwala free LPG connection distribution programme held at Nagda on Sunday

  • India, Bangladesh relations on a high

    Road and river connectivity between India and Bangladesh has increased steadily following recent transit agreements and border trade is expected to increase substantially, according to West Bengal-based exporters. Both governments have taken certain measures to quicken the process of regional economic integration, as bilateral trade shows encouraging signs of growth.

  • 11 brokers nabbed for black marketing of railway tickets in ujjain

    Ujjain: Owing to festive seasons coaches of the trains are packed and travelers are seeking services of booking agents. On information received 5 officers of Ratlam vigilance team caught 11 booking agents with help of RPF and seized tickets over Rs 1.5lakh.

  • Will Muslim appeasement pay off in UP?

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Muslim outreach mission (if genuine and implemented sincerely) has the seeds of a political masterstroke. His remarks in Kozhikode, Kerala, at late RSS ideologue Deen Dayal Upadhyaya’s birth centenary celebrations, that Muslims are neither a commodity in the vote market, nor an object of hatred and should be considered as “our own” is the strongest ever avowal of Muslim empowerment by a BJP leader. Notwithstanding, it remains to be seen