Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: State assembly pays tribute to Jayalalithaa

    BHOPAL: The state assembly on Tuesday paid homage to Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalitha, who died on late Monday night, and observed two minuets silence. Finance minister Jayant Malaiya said that the programmes introduced by her, like midday meal, Amma thali and best government schools, are followed by the other states. Acting leader of opposition Bala Bachchan said that she was a brilliant student who cleared the Class 10 with second

  • Bhopal: Well-known photographer Waman Thakre passes away

    BHOPAL: Well-known artist and photographer Padmashree laureate Waman Thakre passed away at 8.30pm in the city on Tuesday. He was 84. His last rites would be performed at Subhash Nagar crematorium. The funeral procession would be taken out from his residence at Rachna Nagar at 11am on Wednesday.

  • Bhopal: Four youth held for gang-raping woman

    BHOPAL: The Bag Sewania police have arrested four youths for gang-raping a woman on Tuesday. Two other accused are still absconding. All the accused are aged between 18 to 20 years.

  • Bhopal: Crop insurance should be made hassle-free for farmers

    BHOPAL: Minister of state (MoS) for cooperatives (independent charge) Vishwas Sarang has said that the receipts of crop insurance given to the farmers, must have all necessary information related to insurance. Physical verification after reaping of crop should be done so that there is no problem faced in taking insurance claim by farmers.

  • Panneerselvam: From stopgap CM to real CM

    Chennai : Panneerselvam, Tamil Nadu’s new Chief Minister, still owns a tea stall in his village that is run by his relatives.

  • Bhopal: Electricity bills to be provided in Hindi

    BHOPAL: Minister for energy, Paras Jain, speaking at a meeting of departmental advisory committee here on Tuesday, said attempts are being made to provide electricity bills to customers in Hindi language.

  • Bhopal: Opposition demands debate on demonetisation

    BHOPAL: The opposition parties during the Zero Hour in the state Assembly on Tuesday demanded a debate on inconvenience caused to people following the demonetisation.

  • Bhopal: LNCT director booked for fraud

    BHOPAL: The Aishbagh police have registered a case on charges of fraud against director of Laxmi Narayan College of Technology and Jai Narayan College of Technology under section 420 of IPC.

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    Your day by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:– Make a full proofed investment plan to safeguard your hard earned money. Your communication and socializing skills will fetch you with gains; at the same time, you might also experience delays in acquiring some money gains.

  • Bhopal: Washing roads is fine but removing encroachers also necessary

    BHOPAL: Businessmen, who have invested lakhs of rupees in purchasing shops in the commercial complex at Nehru Nagar Square appreciate the Bhopal Municipal Corporation’s Mera Pran: Bhopal No-1″ campaign under which BMC washes roads and markets in the night for maintaining proper sanitation.

  • Mumbai: Rich tributes paid to Baba Saheb Ambedkar

    Mumbai: Rich tributes were today paid to the architect of Constitution, B R Ambedkar on his 60th death anniversary, observed as ‘Mahaparinirvan Din’ by thousands of followers from all over the state who converged at his memorial ‘Chaityabhoomi’ near Shivaji Park in Dadar here.

  • Bombay High Court’s directive to babus over malnutrition

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Tuesday directed the Principal Secretaries of various departments of Maharashtra government to remain present on January 27. The court has called upon the bureaucrats to discuss solutions for the pertinent problem of ‘malnutrition’ amongst tribal communities in the State. Maharashtra leads in the highest number of malnutrition deaths.

  • Mumbai: AC local trial to start next week

    Mumbai: The most-awaited ‘air conditioned local train’ is likely to move an inch closer to lakhs of central railway (CR) commuters, with an exhaustive schedule of dynamic trial runs are slated to begin next week.

  • Bhopal: New disease makes inroads into state

    BHOPAL: At a time when the state is still coping with dengue and chikungunya, a new threat has emerged – Scrub typhus, a contagious disease which is caused by bites of chiggers, lice, rats or ticks. Patients suffering from Scrub Typhus have been identified in Bhopal, Gwalior, Sehore, Sagar, Vidisha and other cities of state. According to K.L Sahu, director, NHM, five cases have been found in Bhopal and similar numbers have

  • AIADMK will head for a split, says Swamy

    New Delhi : AIADMK will head for a split as J Jayalalithaa’s close confidante Sasikala Natarajan will take over the reins of the party and not allow newly-elected Chief Minister O Panneerselvam to function independently, senior BJP leader Subramanian Swamy today claimed.   “AIADMK will not survive as a single entity. Sasikala Natarajan will be the head of the organisation and will not give Panneerselvam a free hand and she will ultimately find