Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Gals would miss heart-throb Dhoni

    BHOPAL: Now when Captain Cool of Indian cricket team has stepped down from the captaincy of ODIs and T-20 formats, cricket and Dhoni fan and just Dhoni fans are afraid as to what will happen to Indian cricket.

  • Bhopal: Transgender stabbed in fight between groups over territory

    BHOPAL: A transgender was brutally stabbed by other group of eunuchs in Tilajamalpura police station area on Thursday over trespassing into the territory for “Badhai” (tips). Old rivalry over trespassing for tips is believed to be the main reason for fresh violence among eunuchs. Two eunuchs have been arrested under section 307 of the IPC.

  • Bhopal: Nomination papers of all prez candidates found valid

    BHOPAL: The nomination paper of Sapna Chaudhary for the post of vice-president of the District Bar Association was rejected after scrutiny on Friday. Nomination papers of Sanju Rathore for the post of senior executive member were also rejected and now three candidates are left in the fray for an equal number of posts.

  • Bhopal: CM’s 2008 promise unfulfilled, Congress MLA to move privilege motion

    BHOPAL: MLA Mahendra Singh Sisodia is going to move a privilege motion in the Vidhan Sabha against the chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan for making a false promise. At a press conference at the PCC office here on Thursday, Congress leaders lashed out at the chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan.

  • Mumbai: Shiv Sena chief Uddhav takes a swipe at BJP on air pollution

    Mumbai : All the ministers in Maharashtra should think why outdoor air purification machines became a necessity in Mumbai, Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray today said, in an apparent swipe at the ally BJP, and said his party wanted only “clean development”.

  • Indore needs air cargo terminal says Minister Rajendra Shukla

    BHOPAL: Minister for commerce and industries Rajendra Shukla, addressing a meeting of Trade Promotion and Development Council at New Delhi on Thursday, said special initiative should be taken to set up air cargo terminal in Indore. Shukla said Indore is commercial and industrial capital of Madhya Pradesh and non-agriculture products, pharmaceuticals, auto components, chemicals and clothes are exported from here.

  • Bhopal: IGRMS director at Indian Science Congress

    BHOPAL: Prof. Sarit Kumar Chaudhuri, Director, Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya, Bhopal delivered the platinum jubilee lecture at anthropology and behavioural sciences section of Indian Science Congress, where he spoke on ‘Tribe, State and Development: Understanding Transformative Discourse in India’s North East’.

  • Bhopal: Punjab & Sind bank loans get cheaper

    BHOPAL: Punjab and Sindh Bank has slashed its interest rates (MCLR) on loans. The reduction in MCLR will be applicable on retail loans like housing loan, vehicle loan, consumer loan and personal loan.

  • Bhopal: Workshop on low cost teaching aids

    BHOPAL: The Regional Museum of Natural History launched a two-day teachers orientation workshop on low cost teaching aids on Thursday.

  • Bhopal: AISECT wins inter-varsity football championship

    BHOPAL: AISECT University registered its win in the West Zone Inter-University Football Championship by defeating Mahatma Phule Agriculture University, Rahuri (Ahmad Nagar) by 2-1. In a match played at Barkatullah University ground, AISECT University players showed display of their skills. Lunminthang hit the first goal for them in the first half of the match. Anand Kumar hit the second goal, which ensured the victory of AISECT University. University management has congratulated the

  • Quash ordinance on depositing old notes, says PIL filed in Bombay HC

    Mumbai : A Public Interest Litigation (PIL) has been filed in the Bombay High Court, challenging the ordinance passed by the Union government, barring the general public from depositing their demonetised notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 in the branch offices of Reserve Bank of India.

  • Bhopal: Image of cooperative banks being tarnished

    VIDISHA: A press conference was organised on Thursday in the head office of the bank on the ocassion of New Year. On this occasion bank chairman Shyam Sundar Sharma and CEO Vinay Prakash Singh sent their wishes to all the journalists and expressed the thanks for regular support by media.

  • Mumbai: More slums near Bandra station to be demolished

    Mumbai: The Western Railway (WR) has issued notices to over 400 slum dwellings at Garib Nagar adjacent to Bandra east railway station to vacate the space as the land on which the slums are constructed originally belongs to the railways. As per the notice, the slum dwellers have to vacate their houses by January 12, 2017 failing which the railways will demolish the structures on January 16.

  • Bhopal: Active participation of pubic representatives must says Bisen

    GWALIOR: People’s representatives should actively participate in Nagar Uday campaign so that no needy person is deprived of the benefits of the government schemes. This was stated by district in charge and farmer welfare and agriculture and development minister Gaurishankar Bisen on Wednesday, as he was addressing a ward sabha which was organised at Amar Shahid Pandit Ramprasad Bismil auditorium situated at Kanchmill. Ward number 12, 16 and 17 residents attend the

  • Mumbai: Vital health proposals also get nod from BMC

    Mumbai: In a bid to avoid inviting flak from the opposition parties for calling an urgent meeting of the Standing Committee, the BMC also approved important health proposals worth Rs 48 crore on Thursday. The important proposals were to purchase nine modular operation theatres and medical gases for civic hospitals and periphery hospitals  The civic body will upgrade the civic hospitals with nine modular operation theatres, allocating five to King Edward Memorial

  • Bhopal: Officials inspect Narmada Yatra route

    HOSHANGABAD: Namami Devi Narmade Narmada Sewa Yatra will be in the district from 10 to 20 January. On Wednesday, MLA Piparia, Thakurdas Nagvanshi, CEO district panchayat PC Sharma, SDM Piparia Satish Kumar S, municipality chairman Piparia Rajiv Jaiswal and district panchayat member Brijesh Patel along with administrative officials and public representatives inspected the route of the yatra. They visited Pasi Ghat, Khera, Surela Kishor, Sandiya Ghat, Seoni, Sarrakishor and Sahalwada.