Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Medical college admissions issue, SC seeks personal appearance of DME

    BHOPAL: The Supreme Court, on Wednesday, instructed the Director of Medical Education to be personally present in the court, along with documents pertaining to counselling for admissions to medical colleges. The DME Dr GS Patel has been asked to appear in the court on November 30.

  • Bhopal: Gwalior session court orders to book Congress MLA Imarti Devi

    BHOPAL: The Gwalior session court on Wednesday ordered to file a case against five persons including the Congress MLA from Dabra constituency. The wife of the MLA’s nephew had filed the case on the charges of dowry harassment and extortion into the Gwalior court.

  • Bhopal: Indian Oil Corporation Limited manager booked for graft

    BHOPAL: The Central Bureau of Investigation has registered a case under sections 13(2) and 13(1) (e) of IPC Act, 1988 against manager, Indian Oil Corporation Ltd, Bhopal on a complaint from IOCL. It was alleged that the manager Gyan Chand Verma has allegedly amassed disproportionate assets to his known sources of income. The total amount of disproportionate assets owned by Verma was 77 per cent more than his known sources of income.

  • Bhopal: At long last, Ramesh Thete gets work

    BHOPAL: The rural development minister has ended the tussle going on between additional chief secretary (ACS) and the secretary of the department.

  • 14 leprosy patients identified in Nashik

    The Nashik Municipal Corporation (NMC) has found 14 leprosy patients in the corporation limits during a drive conducted last month. More shocking is that the NMC medical department has initiated the treatment of people who have come into contact with the patients. “We immediately began treating the patients. Moreover, we have also started treating the families, neighbours and friends  who have been in contact with the patient,” said NMC Chief Medical Officer Dr Jeetendra

  • Bhopal: These elders don’t shy away from cashless transactions

    BHOPAL: Demonetisation has led the nation to move towards cashless transactions. Though online payments, shopping were available even before the ban on the 500 and 1000 notes the users were mostly youth. But the reality is not what meets the eyes. We consider that using mobile applications, online wallets, e-banking was a tough task for our elders but these elders are not only using these options of payments but are now teaching

  • Donald Trump names Nikki Haley as US Ambassador to UN

    Washington: Nikki Haley (44) was on Wednesday named as US ambassador to the United Nations (UN) by President-elect Donald Trump, thereby she becoming the first Indian-American to be appointed to a cabinet-level post in any US administration.

  • Bhopal: CM’s promise of incentive to staff on Simhastha duty stuck

    BHOPAL: It was six months back that the chief minister Shivraj Singh had announced that Rs 5000 will be given as award to the employees who were on duty for a month at Simhastha. But the announcement still remains unfulfilled.

  • mumbai, chhagan bhujbal, shiv sena, ncp, bhujbal, uddhav thackeray, enforcement directorate

    Mumbai: Enforcement Directorate opposes bail for NCP’s Chhagan Bhujbal

    Mumbai: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Wednesday opposed the application moved by former deputy chief minister and senior Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Chhagan Bhujbal. The agency informed the Bombay High Court that it is investigating the overseas transactions made by Bhujbal.

  • Bhopal: 2 businessmen held with Rs 7.5L in Rs 2K notes

    BHOPAL: The crime branch of the city police, on Wednesday, arrested two businessmen with Rs 7.5 lakh in new Rs 2000 denomination notes. Both of them told the cops that the money did not belong to them. The person whom they have named as the real owner of the cash is absconding.

  • Bombay HC directs railways to consider Churchgate to Central line

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Wednesday directed both the central and western railway authorities to consider introducing a railway line from Churchgate to Central suburbs like Thane, Dombivli and Ambernath. The court has also called upon the Municipal Commissioner and Commissioner of Police along with other railway authorities to discuss and find probable solutions to the problems faced by commuters.

  • Ujjain: Create apps for making of Khasra & Maps says collector Sanket Bhondve

    Ujjain: A review meeting of the Revenue Department was held here on Wednesday. During the meeting, collector Sanket Bhondve directed officials to create mobile apps designed to prepare Khasra and maps. The meeting stated thatcases of RBC and road mishapsshould be received within 24 hours and relief funds should be distributed within a week.

  • Mumbai: Court summons civic chief for going slow on Doppler radars

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Wednesday summoned Ajoy Mehta, the Commissioner of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC). The court has called upon Mehta after being informed that the civic body had failed to identify any site for installation of Doppler Radars in the city.

  • Ujjain: Dance dramas mesmerise audience

    Ujjain: Spectators were left spell bound by dance dramas staged by senior groups at Mahakal Sabha Mandap on the second day of 17th State School Kalidas Samaroh, on Wednesday.

  • Indore: Cost of namkeen rises to Rs 240 per kg

    Mhow: The rates of savory snack (namkeen) have been rising continuously in the city compelling people to buy it at extremely high rates. Their rates in the city are more than that in Indore. Indore collector along with Namkeen Association finalized the rate to maximum Rs. 180 per kg which is followed in Indore but the sellers in Mhow are not cooperating. They are unanimously selling it at high rates even when

  • Mumbai: Marol locals halt Metro-3 pre-survey

    Mumbai: Residents in Marol (Andheri east) on Wednesday prevented the contractors to carry out pre-survey work like testing the topography of the areas to be affected by the Metro 3 Project Colaba–Bandra-SEEPZ.

  • Indore: RBI officer reviews prevalent situation post demonetisation

    Mhow/Pithampur: RBI officer Anil Jain visited the area to assess the conditions and understand the problems faced by labourers and industries after demonetization. He discussed the same in detail with labourers and factory managers. He also informed them about the services and facilities provided by RBI after demonetization which will help them to solve these problems.