Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: I-T raids on Manoria, Mayo Hospital

    BHOPAL: Income-tax (I-T) department raided the hospitals and residences of two city-based doctors on Wednesday. Four premises of famous heart specialist PC Manoria and two of Mayo Hospital were raided.

  • Bhopal: Giving warmth anonymously

    BHOPAL: ‘Ek Kadam’ is a group of 20 members who step out in the chilly nights to provide the much-needed warmth to people living on the pavements. The group, which was launched by seven friends, collects items from those who want to donate anything useful for helping the underprivileged children and forsaken, mentally ill, old, sick and destitute persons.

  • Bhopal: Unfazed by demonetisation, Vallabh Bhavan annex to be ready by Nov 1

    BHOPAL: The demonetization has left construction projects of contractors and builders in the lurch forcing them to extend their deadlines and retrench the workers. But, Shapoorji Pallonji (SP) Company Ltd is carrying out construction of Vallabh Bhavan annex at war footing to meet the deadline of November 1, the foundation day of Madhya Pradesh when the annex is planned to be inaugurated. The revised cost is Rs 431.75 crore. All the blocks

  • Bhopal: Airport security breach, Man goes to runway without getting noticed

    BHOPAL: Breach of Airport security incident came to light after a man managed to reach runway on Wednesday. CISF personnel caught the man and handed him over to the Gandhi Nagar police. Alert has been sounded in all the airports after the incident which was reported at 5.30am. Prima facie, he seems to be mentally disturbed.

  • Bhopal: Stamps and registration dept revenue slips by Rs 48 cr

    BHOPAL: No matter what the state government would like the world to believe, demonetisation has seriously impacted the revenue earnings of the government.  The revenue of the department of Stamps and Registration in the month of December 2016 fell by Rs 48cr as compared with the corresponding month the year before last.  Stamps and Registrations is one of the top revenue earners for the state government.

  • Bhopal: Naxals, human traffickers have been ruined: Sahasrabuddhe

    BHOPAL: Bharatiya Janata Party, state in-charge Vinay Sahasrabudhe, speaking at state executive body meeting on Wednesday, said demonetisation has come as a severe jolt to human trafficking to the tune of Rs 20,000 crore from Nepal and Bangladesh.

  • Bhopal: Park near Narmada Bhavan turned into parking space

    BHOPAL: Vehicles regularly parked by outsiders and stray animal menace in the park in front of Narmada Bhavan, Tulsi Nagar have become headache for local residents. Visitors coming from all over the state to attend any function at Narmada Bhavan, park their vehicles inside the park which has no boundary wall.

  • Bhopal: Police take action against 3k of 37k cases in 15 days

    BHOPAL: In just short span of 15 days the Bhopal police have taken action in more then 37,000 cases of crime against girls and women of the city. The police launched a special campaign against the eve teasing and other criminal activities against girls and women from December 16 to 31, 2016.

  • Bhopal: Hang rapists says Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan

    BHOPAL: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that discussion and debate should be launched in the country on hanging rapists. Political parties, sants and social activists should take initiative in this respect. The law should be amended for this.

  • Bhopal: Mass Surya Namaskar today

    BHOPAL: On the occasion of ‘Yuva Diwas’ on birth anniversary of Swami Vivekanand, the mass ‘Surya Namaskar’ programme will be organised on Thursday at Govt. Excellence Subhash Higher Secondary School, Shivaji Nagar, Bhopal.

  • Bhopal: 65 lakh students to get scholarships today

    BHOPAL: Scholarship amount will be credited to the accounts of 65 lakh students on one click on January 12. The long-awaited disbursal of scholarships will be held on Thursday, although the school education department had prepared the documents in the month of October.

  • Aishwarya Sakhuja’s talks about her height and beauty

    Mumbai: Aishwarya Sakhuja who is currently seen as Dhanushree Chauhan in Trivediyaan is known for her height and beauty. Not been a part of typical Saas Bahu drama Aishwarya has still managed to be a bahu and has been known for her work be it Toasty or Shikha Gupta and started a new journey as Dhanushree Chauhan.

  • Bhopal: Seven state administrative service officers shifted

    BHOPAL: The state government has transferred and posted seven officers of state administrative service (SAS). Additional collector, Raisen Shashi Bhushan Singh has been posted as general manager, MP Civil Supplies Corporation, Bhopal, joint collector, Ashoknagar, Anil Kumar Chandil as additional collector, Ashok Nagar, joint collector, Teekamgarh, Shivgovind Markam as additional collector, Balaghat, joint collector, Seoni, Bindra Prasad Dwivedi as additional collector, Seoni, joint collector, Maya Awasthi as officer on special duty, directorate

  • Bhopal: Training on food conservation

    HOSHANGABAD: Food conservation training has been started under short term employment training programme under Swami Vivekanand career guidance cell.

  • Bhopal: Central government increasing privatization

    NARSINGHPUR: Gate sabha and meeting of west central railway mazdoor union held at the gate of railway station on Tuesday, Narsinghpur branch organised the programme. The employees of Narsinghpur, branch area Vikrampur and Gurra were taken the part. CM Upadhyay, WCRMS working chairman, Jabalpur mandal chairman of union SN Shukla, mandal secretary DP Agrawal etc addressed the programme, compering was done by Manoj Jawar, organisation secretary of Narsinghpur branch and thanks was

  • Bhopal: Death of Suleman Gauri

    SIRONJ: Congress leader and MLA representative Suvhan Gauri’s father Suleman Gauri, 70 years old, was died on Monday night. He was sick from some time. Namaz of janaza was offered on Tuesday, 11:30 am at madarsa Riyazul Madaris. He was buried at cemetery of Gaddi community. Large number of congress and BJP leaders and eminent citizens were present on this occasion.