Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Monthly meeting of Akhil Bhartiya Digamber Jain group

    Group held their monthly meeting at Nehru Park on Tuesday to welcome New Year with new hopes and goals. Wearing their best wardrobe, club members engaged themselves in making action plan for the year ahead followed by fun games to make their time memorable. Asha Vinayak, Hemlata Ajmera, Inda Ajmera and Rakhi Prabha were special guests at the meeting. Major attraction of the day was kite flying which members enjoyed to their heart’s content.

  • Bhopal: Raid on medical store

    SHIVPURI: Collector OP Shrivastav sealed the drug office on Monday and gave the order of checking of all the medical stores. Consequently the administration raids all the medical stores on Tuesday and also sealed one medical store. CMHO Vishnukant Khare, naib tehsildar Nilam Patseria including officers were present. FPNS

  • Bhopal: Thick fog envelopes town

    Bagli: People woke up to a dark foggy morning on Tuesday. The fog was so heavy that things were not visible even within 20 feet and the vehicle drivers had to keep their headlights on. According to the farmers, if the situation remains the same then there is a possibility of heavy loss in the chickpea cropping. The farmers are worried that the fog can have impact on other crops as well. Meanwhile, the

  • Bhopal: : Chief Commissioner of Income Tax moved to Delhi

    BHOPAL : Chief Commissioner of Income Tax (CCIT) MP and CG Abrar Ahmed has been transferred to Delhi in the same capacity. He will continue to hold the charge of MP and CG also.

  • Indore: Paradise School Students discussed interesting skills with Create Stories

    Indore: Exploring students’ talents, Create Stories learned about student’s perspective towards education and in turn helped students in idea generation at Scholar’s Paradise School on Tuesday. Pondering over everyday issues, students talked about various stories that inspire them.

  • Bhopal: No respite from demonetisation blues

    NARSINGHPUR : Demonetisation is the surgical strike on poor farmers, labours, shopkeepers and on the middle and low class businessmen. There are so many troubles for 99 per cent honest and hardworking citizens, financial crises comes which effects the progress of the nation. Demonetisation is a big scam and there is a difference between ‘kathni aur karni’ of BJP.

  • Bhopal: Don’t pollute Chambal says Collector

    MORENA : Collector Vinod Sharma wrote to project director of highway authority Gwalior. He has informed the worship material is thrown into the Chambal river which polluting its water. The area around the river is notified from the name National Chambal Sanctuary which is a restricted area. Any form of pollution can not be spread from the perspective of crocodile protection. Due to the absence of net the river water is getting polluted. There

  • Bhopal: EE makes fun of CM on FB

    SAGAR: MP representative Mishrichand Gupta handed over a memo to in-charge minister Umashankar Gupta demanding action against executive engineer Omhari Sharma. The memo said that PWD executive engineer commented on Facebook against CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan saying that he was bodily lifted by police guards for crossing a river while Congress MP Jyotiraditya Scindia had crossed the same river on his own. The EE compared both of them and wrote, “Think and then take 

  • Bhopal: CMO comes to aid of differently-abled man

    HOSHANGABAD : When CMO Pawan Kumar Singh reached his office, he saw a handicapped person Ashok Rao sitting on a tricycle along with his younger brother Basant Rao.

  • Bhopal: Will work for development of area says Laxmikant Sharma

    SIRONJ : The Bhoomi pujan of CC road and stove and gas cylinder distribution programme was organised under Ujjawala scheme in village Chopna. Former minister Lakshmikant Sharma said in the programme that the country’s PM understands the problems of the poor women and that is why  Ujjawala scheme was started. He said though he has not won elections but he will do everything possible for the development of Sironj and Lateri. BJP state working

  • Bhopal: BM Sharma posted as Shahdol divisional commissioner

    BHOPAL : BM Sharma, managing director, Madhya Pradesh State Cooperative Marketing Federation (Markfed), has been posted as divisional commissioner, Shahdol. With Sharma taking charge of divisional commissioner, divisional commissioner, Jabalpur, Gulshan Bamra will be relieved from his additional charge.

  • Bhopal: Long wait at banks kill joy of salary

    BHOPAL : The salaried persons and pensioners faced a tough time, wasting the whole day for withdrawal of their salaries and pension in banks even after more than 50 days of deionisation.

  • Bhopal: Cabinet meeting- Dal prices should not be allowed to fall below MSP, CM

    BHOPAL : An informal meeting of state cabinet here on Tuesday discussed the issue of farmers facing distress due to falling prices of pulses. Chouhan said the minimum support price (MSP) for Tuar Dal is Rs 5050 per quintal but as there is no government procurement, farmers are forced to sell it at low prices. The same is the situation vis-a-vis Soyabean.

  • Bhopal: Stray dogs chasing frightened kids is routine in this park

    BHOPAL : The main gate of the Malviya Nagar Park has become the dumping site of garbage as Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) has placed a garbage container just beside the gate. Moreover, haphazardly parked vehicles block the entrance to the park.  Localites have demanded shifting of the garbage container and systematic parking.

  • Bhopal: No MP, only 15 MLAs attend PCC meet

    BHOPAL : None of the Congress MPs and only 15-odd party MLAs turned up at a meeting convened at the Pradesh Congress Committee office here on Tuesday to chart the future course of action of the party in the state. Besides MPs and MLAs, co-ordinators of assembly and parliamentary constituencies were also invited to the meet, which was attended by two AICC observers.

  • Bhopal: Burr! Chilly winds pull down day temperature across state

    BHOPAL : MP shivered on Tuesday as chilly wind pulled down day temperature to below normal at many places including Bhopal. Betul and Ratlam recorded night temperature of 7 °C which was lowest in the state. Besides, dense fog has paralysed normal life all over the state including the state capital. Bhopal recorded a maximum temperature of 22.3°C which was 2°C below normal while it recorded a minimum temperature of 10.2°C which was normal.