Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai: Maratha morcha organisers to meet on January 15

    Mumbai: Amid uncertainty over its proposed “mook” (silent) march in the country’s financial capital, the Maratha Kranti Morcha will organise a meeting at Wadala here on Sunday to scotch any “miscommunication” about holding of the rally, which it claimed would be biggest such gathering.

  • BJP general secretary Shrikant Sharma

    Congress suffering from ‘Modi-phobia’: BJP on Khadi row

    New Delhi: Launching a scathing attack on the Congress over its remarks on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s photo on Khadi Village Industries Commission (KVIC) calendar, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday called the former of suffering from ‘Modi-phobia’, adding that it hates Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

  • Bhopal: Sanjay Pathak used to conspire against Chief Minister

    BHOPAL: Minister of state Sanjay Pathak, who came into limelight after the transfer of Katni SP Gaurav Tiwari  probing the Katni Axis Bank scam, used to conspire against chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan.

  • Bhopal: Beware! Extreme cold can trigger many diseases

    BHOPAL: The sudden fall in temperature has not only halted the city but has exposed the residents to many diseases as well. Apart from common cold, pneumonia, sore throat and earaches, winters increases the risk of heart attacks, hypothermia, asthma and eczema as well.

  • Bhopal: District admin order not delivered; schools open at usual time

    BHOPAL: Despite the district administration’s order to open schools at 9:00am, tiny tots had to face brunt of cold wave. Reason: lethargic attitude of the district administration which could not deliver the order timing change in time.

  • Shiv Sena, opposition criticise PM Modi for removal of Gandhi pic

    Mumbai: The ruling ally at the Centre and in the state, the Shiv Sena and the opposition Congress and Nationalist Congress Party on Friday sharply criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the manner in which his pictures replaced Mahatma Gandhi’s photos in the 2017 calendars and diaries of the Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC).

  • Bhopal: First morphine seizure in state

    BHOPAL: An inter-state drug peddler has been arrested with morphine. It is the time that morphine has been recovered in Madhya Pradesh. Aishbagh police intercepted him. Basically, peddler hails from Hoshangabad and in Indore, he works as driver. Acting on tipoff, police laid trap to net drug peddler.

  • Your day by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:– Investment of your funds in proper channel will be your first task today. Court matters will get solved out. In politics your work will get highlighted.

  • Bhopal: Protest against Katni transfer, women offer bangles to CM

    BHOPAL: The protests against the transfer of Katni superintendent of police Gaurav Tiwari are refusing to die and have, in fact, spread to rural areas. On Friday hundreds of women gathered at the Subhash Chowk and offered bangles to the chief minister.

  • Mumbai: Bandra slums move HC against demolition

    Mumbai: Despite the Western Railways (WR) official notice to vacate their homes, slum-dwellers of Garib Nagar adjacent to Bandra east railway station have opposed the demolition notice and have approached the Bombay High Court. The illegal slum-dwellers have claimed that they will not move out of that area and will fight in the court against the railways.

  • Bhopal: Government accepts merger agreement; 2 lakh families benefit

    BHOPAL: The state government, on Friday, accepted the merger agreement of Bhopal state. In a meeting of revenue department officials held at CM House, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan decided to accept the agreement in toto. It means the residents will remain owners of the place where they are living. In 1949, merger agreement was penned and over 2 lakh families are living in the land in 100 colonies spread over 2800

  • Bhopal: Rs 10 crore tax evasion by Mayo, Manoria Hospitals

    BHOPAL: The income-tax (I-T) raids conducted on city-based Mayo Hospital owners AK Jaiswal and Viraj Jaiswal and Manoria Hospital have revealed a tax evasion to the tune of Rs 10 crore so far. According to sources in I-T, search is still in progress and the documents recovered would be examined before reaching to any conclusion. I-T sleuths have seized  bills and patients details from the premises of both the hospitals. I-T sleuths

  • Mumbai: No relief from traffic for City’s VVIP ward

    Mumbai: The road which takes you towards Mumbai’s VVIP and richest area is struggling hard since many years with traffic congestion. The pain of citizens is still not resolved though corporators of leading political parties like Shiv Sena, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress have ruled the Malabar Hill constituency.

  • Mumbai: Railways to run extra locals for Marathon

    Mumbai: The the Central and Western will run special trains during early morning hours on Sunday, for the benefit of the participants of the Mumbai Marathon.

  • Bhopal: Temple choking park to death

    BHOPAL: The park in the E-4 sector of Arera Colony is on the verge of extinction. It is difficult to guess whether the park is on the temple premises or the temple has been constructed in the park area.

  • Mumbai: Marathon organisers asked to pay Rs 5.48 cr

    Mumbai: The BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has issued a notice to the Mumbai International Marathon organisers to pay Rs 5.48 crore in lieu of advertisement fee, ground rent and security deposit.

  • Bhopal: Schools asked to list shops selling uniforms, books; notify fee structure

    BHOPAL: The district administration has started making preparations for protecting the students and their parents from loot by the school managements in the name of admission fees, uniform and books. All private schools have been asked to upload details of their fee structure, uniform and books on their website.