Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: This plane is out of bounds for children

    BHOPAL: Jahaj Park, Ravi Shankar Nagar is in a poor condition. People have stopped visiting the park because of lack of proper maintenance. MP Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) maintains the Park.

  • Bhopal: Truck crushes 10-year-old child

    BHOPAL: A speeding truck crushed a 10-year-old boy at Ramgarha Jod on Narsinhgarh Road, under Berasia police station on Friday evening.

  • Bhopal: Alok Sanjar wants train to Patna, railway line to Ashta

    BHOPAL: Bhopal MP Alok Sanjar has demanded a new train from Bhopal to Patna and also wants that the Bhopal-Pratapgarh, Habibganj-LTT and Bhopal-Pune trains to run daily. He also demanded speedy completion of Barkhedi Road Over Bridge and Bhopal-Berasia-Ashtha railway line.

  • Bhopal: Babas cannot treat kidney stones

    BHOPAL: “Most of the kidney disease and kidney failures are caused due to superstitious practices and carelessness”, said Urologist Dr Arvind Joshi in an awareness program on prostate and kidney stones.

  • Bhopal: MP sells one crore LED bulbs, second in country

    BHOPAL: UJALA (Unnat Jyoti by Affordable LEDs for All) scheme was launched in the state on April 20 last year. Since then till year end, one crore LED bulbs were sold in the state. Madhya Pradesh stands second in the entire country in terms of average monthly sales of 12.5 lakh bulbs.

  • Bhopal: MiC okays Bharat Mata Mandir

    BHOPAL: Mayor In-Council of Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) has decided to appoint a consultant for construction of Bharat Mata Mandir at Singar Choli. BMC has made budgetary allocation of Rs 2 crore for Bharat Mata Mandir in Bhopal.

  • Bhopal: ‘Digital Dhan Mela’ in city on January 19

    BHOPAL: In order to encourage cashless transaction, ‘Digital Dhan Melas’ will be organised in Bhopal, Indore, Gwalior, Jabalpur and Dewas. Various activities for the awareness of public and also to promote cashless transaction will be held in these one-day Melas.

  • Bhopal: Pulses Mandi in district soon says Minister Gaurishankar Bisen

    HOSHANGABAD: Dalhan mandi would be opened in the market very soon so that the farmers who produced the crops of pulses would be able to sell their pulses in the market of the district itself. This announcement made by farmer welfare and agriculture minister Gaurishankar Bisen in the circuit house during the talk with public representative and journalists on Friday. He had also given the instructions to mandi secretary regarding the market.

  • Way ahead for GST with certain provisions

    DUAL control by State and Centre is bad as it will force businesses to deal with two bureaucracies and pay grease money twice. It is better that the State Commercial Tax Departments are disbanded and single-point control of  the Centre is established since control of the Centre on larger accounts is inevitable.

  • Bhopal: R-Day preparations reviewed by collector Vinod Sharma

    MORENA: A meeting held at the conference room of the collectorate on Friday under the chairmanship of collector Vinod Sharma regarding the preparations for the Republic day celebrations. It will be celebrated with full splendor and in dignified manner. The main event will be celebrated in police parade ground where the chief guest will hoist the flag and take the salute of the parade. The cultural programme will be organised by the

  • Birthday Special: Sizzling hot Bipasha Basu turns 38!

    The Sizzling hot Bollywood beauty Bipasha Basu celebrates her 38th birthday today. Bipasha’a sexy, seductive roles and her bold avatar  have been compared with bombshell of yesteryear Zeenat Aman.

  • Bhopal: Teacher union get together on Sunday

    SHUJALPUR: Teacher union ceremony, Milan evam samman samaroh of the teachers will be organise on Sunday at Shajapur. With this connection a meeting held on the premises of new college by the teachers, in which a decision was taken that more and more teachers would attend the ceremony, for this the responsibility has been given to all. All the teachers of Shujalpur block will be present including district teachers. MLA’s Jaswant Singh

  • China’s rise threatens Asian stability

    A conference on Afghanistan without Afghanistan is even more absurd than Hamlet without the Prince of Denmark. Yet, there is no denying that Russia, which hosted a meeting of Pakistani and Chinese representatives to discuss the Afghan conflict 37 years after the Soviet invasion in December 1979, has a legitimate interest in a landlocked country that was at the heart of the Great Game that obsessed the British during the 19th Century. Modern India

  • Bhopal: Narendra Tomar opens Anand centre

    GWALIOR: Union minister Narendra Singh Tomar said that Anand is an internal happiness which can be feel by any individual, the sacrifice without any self interest always gives pleasure. He also said that when any individual gives any support or help to the needy or helpless person then a special feeling of joy aroused in the soul, which can not be taken through physical entities. The minister came here for the opening

  • Bhopal: Collector reaches hospital unannounced

    SHIVPURI: Collector Omprakash Shrivastav made surprise inspection of district hospital on Friday. He found satisfactory availability of medicines and attendance of employees. During the visit he talked to the patients who were admitted in the wards and took the information regarding the arrangements and health services of the hospital. He also inspected labour room, pathology and infant intensive care unit.

  • Nitish Kumar may jettison Lalu for Modi

    The rare bonhomie between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on the former’s visit to Patna to commemorate the 350th birth anniversary of Guru Gobind Singh could well prove to be a game-changer for national politics. After Nitish received Modi at the airport as per protocol, there was a perceptible warmth and the re-bonding of a possible longer term relationship. Considering that the two mass leaders have been bitter rivals

  • Bhopal: Machines being used in MNREGA works

    NARSINGHPUR: The laboures of Bilthari village of Tendukheda kept their problems in front of the administration. They made their complaint that instead of local labour the machines and outside labours are doing the work of Manrega, the labours got the support from Aam Aadmi party, the district chairman of the party Ajay Dubey demanded a strict action against sarpanch-secretary and employment assistant.