Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Man dies as car hits parked truck

    BHOPAL: A 40-year-old man died after his jeep rammed into a parked truck near Durga Nagar square under Ayodhya Nagar police station area on intervening night of Monday-Tuesday. According to the police the injured man was rushed to a nearby hospital where he was declared dead.

  • Indore: 52 IPS officers transferred by the state government

    Indore: In a major late Tuesday night reshuffle, the state government transferred 52 IPS officers, including the entire top police brass of Indore range and district. ADG, Indore Range, Vipin Maheshwari has been shifted to police headquarters in Bhopal  as ADG management. DIG, urban Indore, Santosh Kumar Singh has been transferred to Gwalior.

  • FPJ Exclusive: Cybersecurity firm offers world’s first $1M warranty against APTs

    In a world first, Cymmetria has announced that it will offer a 1 million US dollar warranty to customers affected by advanced persistent threats that its cyber deception solution, MazeRunner is unable to protect against. The cyber deception solution directs attackers to a controlled environment using breadcrumbs intentionally setup for the attacker. The controlled environment is separate from the actual workspace where it can monitor and understand the attack while also collecting

  • Bhopal: An alternative New Market, Nadra Bus Stand

    BHOPAL: How a city can look like and how its architecture can be represented in an interesting way is the simplest explanation for the architectural term ‘Parallel Projection’ for a commoner. But for the students of architecture it is an opportunity to expand the limits of their imagination about cities and their architecture.

  • Maharashtra civic poll win a tsunami: CM Fadnavis

    Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis today termed the BJP’s victory in the municipal council polls in the state as not just a wave but a tsunami.

  • Bhopal: Retired judge to probe Petlawad Moharram incident

    BHOPAL: The state government has constituted a single-member probe commission to investigate into the incident of stopping of procession on Muharram in Petlawad of Jhabua. Retired district and session judge, Rajkumar Pandey has been appointed as chairman of the commission.

  • Bhopal: Chief Minister visits alma mater, gets nostalgic

    BHOPAL: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan reached his alma mater ‘Govt Sanjay Gandhi Higher Secondary School, No.-1, Shivaji Nagar in the city on Tuesday. Chouhan had studied at this school in classes 6th to 8th in 1969. Chouhan during his visit interacted with the school students.

  • Bhopal: Shamla Hills is no one’s permanent address says Shivraj Singh Chouhan

    BHOPAL: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, speaking at a press conference held on completion of his 11 years in office here on Tuesday, said the CM House at Shamla Hills was nobody’s permanent address and that the people decide who would occupy it. Chouhan said he his party and the people had catapulted him to the top position,

  • Bhopal: Government to spend Rs 400 per person to mobilise crowd for grand show

    BHOPAL: A grand programme, funded by the government and being organised to mark chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s 11 years in office and BJP government’s 13 years in power, has been christened as training programme for ‘Jankalyan Yojana’. The government is going to spend around Rs 400 per person to bring beneficiaries to programme to be held in Bhopal.

  • Indore: Training workshop on digital banking held

    Dewas: A one-day digital and cashless banking training workshop was organised at the government Krishnajirao Pawar College under the aegis of National Service Scheme and SBI Dewas.

  • Indore: PMC distributes 108 residential pattas to beneficiaries

    Pithampur (Mhow): Pithampur municipal council (PMC) organised a public welfare camp here on Tuesday to mark the completion of 11 years of Shivraj Singh Chauhan government. During the function, Dhar district collector and MLA distributed residential ‘pattas’ to 108 beneficiaries of the region.

  • Indore: NTPC Rihand observes safety month

    Bijpur: NTPC Rihand conducted a series of activities under ‘safety month celebration’ in November. A discussion on fire safety measures was held in which government school students were given information on immediate measures to be taken after fire accidents. CISF sub inspector VK Prince addressed students of Primary and Secondary Girls School, Adarsh Rihand Shiksha Niketan, Sunflower School and Adarsh Vindya Vidhyalaya. School principals, vice-principals, teachers and students attended the lecture. General

  • Indore: NTPC organises inter-centre volleyball tournament

    Sonbhadra: An inter-center volleyball tournament was organised at NTPC Singrauli recently. The final match was played between the Operations Group A and Electrical Maintenance. According to a press release, “Operations Group A won the finals with scores of 25-20 and 25-17. Chatur Singh and Munana Singh from Operations Group A and PK Singh, captain of Electrical Maintenance distinguished themselves in the match.” A total of seven teams from seven departments participated in

  • Indore: She is a living donor and she rocks

    Indore: Success is not determined by how much we earn, it is determined by how we affect the lives of people around us. Understanding what makes life valuable and successful,  Ayushi Datta donated her kidney to save her mom’s life in 2013. She earned her place as a woman of substance in society, by standing with her mother and also with other patients by facilitating organ donation. She has started an NGO

  • Indore: Government to permit dentists to practise modern medicine

    Indore: Amid protests against proposal of giving permission to alternative medicine practitioners to practice modern medicine by the Indian Medical Association, vice chancellor of Madhya Pradesh Medical University Dr RS Sharma appreciated the government’s move and said that it is important due to scarcity of doctors.