Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Shodh Samagra gets ISSN number

    HOSHANGABAD: Government PG college publish their quarterly research journal “Shodh Samagr”, the national science library provide ISSN number 2395-2725. The college is publishing this research journal regularly from last two years. The research papers of the researchers and the professors are published in the journal on various subjects like arts, science, commerce and home science. The chief editor of research journal and principal of the college Kamini Jain said that National Institute

  • Bhopal: Urja Vikas Nigam slashes prices of LED bulbs

    BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd, under ‘Ujala Yojana’, has slashed the prices of LED bulbs from Rs 80 per piece to Rs 65. The reduction in prices will create interest in public to buy and use LED bulbs. Earlier, around 90 lakh LED bulbs, of 9 watts, were sold resulting in saving of 45 lakh units of electricity on daily basis. It also saved Rs 2.70 crores of the customers

  • Bhopal: Minor fire in hospital, reception area gutted

    BHOPAL: Patients panicked after fire erupted in Ayush Hospital near Prabhat Petrol Pump, Raisen Road, under Ashoka Garden police station on Wednesday. Fire was due to short circuit.  However, the incident has not been reported to police.

  • Bhopal: PNB managers get 3 years in jail for taking bribe

    BHOPAL: The Court of Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Wednesday convicted the senior branch manager, branch manager of Punjab Nation Bank and a middleman for taking bribe of Rs 20,000 to approve the Kisan Credit Card loan. The court has awarded three year imprisonment the officers and fine of Rs 10,000 each.

  • Bhopal: Salary of Real Estate Regulatory body chief changed for Antony De Sa

    BHOPAL: The salary of chairman of Real Estate Regulatory Authority will be same as that of chief secretary. A notification in this regard was issued by the state government here on Wednesday, amending the rules of the Authority. The perks and service conditions for Authority’s chairman, will be similar to State Election Commissioner (SEC).

  • Bhopal: BJP women wing leader shot dead at home

    BHOPAL: In a gruesome incident, a leader of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) women wing, Jamila Khan was shot dead by unidentified assailants on Wednesday. Personal enmity is said to be reason behind the murder. She lived in Indira Sahayata Nagar, ward no.-16 under Gautam Nagar police station area.  Initial clues suggest there was no the political motive behind murder.

  • BMC has falsely blacklisted our NGO, claims slum developer Jockin Arputham

    Mumbai: The activist Jockin Arputham, also known as the known toilet man has claimed that the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has blacklisted his Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) SPARC (The Society for the Promotion of Area Resource Centers) without any reason. The civic body had blacklisted the NGO as revealed by a Right to Information (RTI) query filed by activist Anil Galgali for the delay in construction of toilets.

  • Bhopal: Minibus, Magic operators do not want fare hike!

    BHOPAL: The Bhopal City Link Limited (BCLL), which runs, what are popularly known as ‘Lal Buses’ in the capital wants the local RTO to raise the fare charges by them but surprisingly, private transport vehicle operators are opposing the demand, claiming the fare is already too high.

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    Mumbai: Four arrested after NCP clash

    Mumbai: The Deonar police arrested four persons for rioting on Wednesday, in a clash that broke out between Nawab Malik and Sanjay Dina Patil, leaders of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) during a rally in Deonar on Tuesday.

  • Bhopal: Patient walks out of Red Cross Hospital with a new liver

    BHOPAL: The first liver transplant patient of Madhya Pradesh was discharged from the hospital on Wednesday. Liver transplant surgery was performed on him on November 18. In a press conference Dr AS Soin, Chairman, Medanta Liver Transplant Institute, Gurgaon said that the patient’s condition is absolutely fine and she can go home. He said, “The joint effort of Medanta and Siddhanta Red Cross have proved successful and both the hospitals have joined

  • Bhopal: Apex court instructs DME to include 37 candidates in three medical colleges

    BHOPAL: A Supreme Court bench comprising Justice Deepak Mishra and Amitabh Roy on Wednesday ordered the directorate of medical education (DME) to provide admission to the 37 candidates who were selected by the three private medical colleges in excess of the seats allotted to them.

  • Bhopal: BMC decision to wash New Market becomes headache for traders

    BHOPAL: New Market businessmen say that shops, especially the basements, are flooded and items kept their damaged with the Bhopal Municipal Corporation’s campaign to wash the roads of the market. Secondly, roads are not cleaned before washing so that dirt, flowing with water, gets accumulated on the sides of the roads.

  • Indore: Stories motivate us, says Collector Ashutosh Awasthi

    Dewas: Collector Ashutosh Awasthi read out motivational stories to students on Tuesday at New Government Girls Secondary School, Shalini Road. He also said that stories play an important role in our lives as they motivate us. Project officer Anil Kushwah, Principal Jolly Mathew, school staff and students were present.

  • Indore: Demonetisation problems continue to hit residents

    Dewas: The problems still continue after more than 20 days of demonetisation. The crops are brought from farms and cheques are given but transfer of requisite amount is taking around 10 days creating problems for farmers as well.

  • Indore: Grand Kavi Sammelan organised

    Dewas: A national level Kavi-Sammelan was organized on the first death anniversary of martyr Surendra Singh Gohil from Enabad where MLA Rajendra Verma from Sonkatch said that he will get a matryrs’ gate built on Bhopal Marg near Pushpgiri pilgrimage in the memory of and as a tribute to Gohil. He also said that he’ll invest 10 lac from his MLA fund and make sure that all the hurdles in its construction