Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: X-ray units in Hamidia, Kamla Nehru, JP Hospitals sealed

    BHOPAL: A team of Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) visited four government and three private health facilities on Wednesday for ‘regulatory inspection and enforcement’. During the surprise inspection, X-ray units of JP, Hamidia, Kamla Nehru and Master Lal Singh Hospitals were sealed for non-adherence to the norms.

  • Kerala: BJP worker hacked to death in Kannur

    Thiruvananthapuram (Kerala): A Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) worker was hacked to death in Kannur district of Kerala last night.

  • Bhopal: Shivraj focussing on social issue; to seek death for rapists

    BHOPAL: The State assembly elections may be two years away but chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan seems to have already launched poll campaign. Chouhan, who will be touring around 70 assembly constituencies as part of Narmada Seva Yatra, is also emphasising on public issues in the Yatra. Chouhan, instead of raising developmental issues, has now started raising issues concerning the people, especially women.

  • Yadav family feud stunt but Akhilesh Yadav best bet for Uttar Pradesh

    BHOPAL: After more than week of family drama, Mulayam Singh Yadav, supremo of the Samajwadi Party announced on Tuesday that things in the family are now back to normal. The Free Press Journal spoke to city folks who hail from UP to know their opinion about the dramatic developments in the ruling party in India’s politically most important state and its impact, especially on the forthcoming elections in Uttar Pradesh. 

  • The government gets richer, while people become poorer

    Conclusion: The finance minister is exultant. He proudly points to the surge in tax collections. He then uses these numbers to deny that demonetisation has led to any serious slowdown in the Indian economy. His government insists that the economy was still vibrant.

  • Kashmiri Pandit: Exodus Day is not celebrated, but remembered

    Mumbai (Maharashtra): Bollywood actor and Kashmir exodus victim Anupam Kher on Thursday, in an emotional message to the nation said that the migration of the Kashmiri Pandits is not celebrated but remembered with the effort of making the voices of the sufferers reach those unwilling to hear.

  • Light at the end of the tunnel for GST

    It is an index of the imperfections in our democratic system that despite a plethora of benefits accruing to the country from this measure, some states are trying hard to prevent it from going forward. That hard negotiations will ultimately bring them around is a hope that the Centre is entertaining.

  • Bhopal: Government car driven by PS to CM hit by another; no FIR lodged

    BHOPAL: A government car being driven by the principal secretary to the chief minister Ashok Barnwal was hit by a taxi on Tuesday morning under the Habibganj police station area. No FIR was lodged in the matter and the driver of the other car, which was a taxi, has been admitted in the JP hospital. Both the cars were damaged though Barnwal did not sustain any injuries. The PS has not filed

  • Status quo on Israeli-Palestinian issue unsustainable, says Obama

    Washington: US President Barack Obama has said that he continues to be “significantly worried” about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as the status quo is unsustainable, and dangerous for the people in the region as well as for America’s national security.

  • Bhopal: Vishnoi, Raghunandan, Prahlad are small-time leaders says BJP chief

    BHOPAL: The Bharatiya Janata Party state president, Nandkumar Singh Chouhan, commenting on leaders issuing statements criticising minister of state Sanjay Pathak, has said that statements of a few small-time leaders should not be taken as party’s view. Nandkumar said inquiry in the matter is underway and nobody would be spared if proved guilty.

  • Bhopal: Ill-maintained park doesn’t bother these residents

    BHOPAL: There is hardly anyone who does not like a park in his neighbourhood but residents of E4 Arera Colony near Vande Mataram crossing feel that since they don’t go to the park in winters, they don’t mind if it is not maintained properly. The students, on the other hand, feel that it is beneficial for them if nobody visits the park. They can sit and study there without any disturbance. A

  • Bhopal: GT Express and Thirukkural Express rescheduled by railway administration

    BHOPAL: The railway administration has re-scheduled GT Express and Thirukkural Express on Wednesday, on account of trains running late due to fog. Train number 12615 GT Express has been rescheduled and it would leave Chennai on March 19 at 4pm. Similarly, train number Thirukkural Expess has been rescheduled and it would leave Kanyakumari on January 18 at 11pm.

  • Bhopal: Expo and sale of products in entrepreneurship camp

    HOSHANGABAD: Entrepreneurship camp and workshop was organised by the Swami Vivekananda Career Guidance Cell under the direction of Principal Dr Kamini Jain at Govt Home Science PG College.

  • Fraud and security concerns deter foreign firms from setting shop

    Mumbai: Despite the government’s efforts to eradicate corruption and make India an investment destination, according to the Kroll Annual Global Fraud and Risk Report, 19 per cent of the surveyed senior executives worldwide were dissuaded from operating in India due to existing concerns over fraud. This is second only to China.

  • Bhopal: Ritik Dubey bring laurels to district

    ASHTA: Ritik Dubey of JJ Public HS School emerged victorious in the state-level softball championship and brought laurels to the district. He was selected for the national team also. Municipality chairman Kailash Parmar feted and congratulated him for his magnificent performance and wished him a bright future. He said that getting selected in national team is a big achievement and besides the school and family deserves the congratulation.

  • Bhopal: Demand to reconstitute hockey union by election

    NARSINGHPUR: A memo addressed to the Collector was handed over to deputy collector Vandana Jat on Wednesday in which it was demanded to reconstitute the Narsinghpur Hockey Federation and to organise All-India Hockey tournament. On this occasion Hockey academy founder Rajkumar Choubey, Dalpat Singh Kushwaha, Akhilesh Tripathi, Shamsuddin Khan, Thio Masih, DR Patel, Narendra Awasthi, Jitendra Dubey, Ankit Trivedi, Golu Nema, Gaurav Tiwari, Girish Pathak etc said that AllIndia Hockey tournament was

  • Digital transformation could benefit consumers more than businesses

    Davos: Digital transformation across industries can help save trillions of dollars in cost and consumers who stand to benefit more from it provided there are policy incentives to improve societal outcomes, says a report.

  • Bhopal: Applications invited for Ma Tujhe Pranam

    MORENA: Divisional sports officer said NCC cadets, brilliant students, young men and women and scouts and guides in the 15-25 years age-group can submit their applications by 30 January for Ma Tujhe Pranam scheme. He said that the objective of this scheme is to develop respect for the nation and make the youth aware of military activities at the international borders and also introducing them to discipline of the army men and