Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Highest in state, 894 infants died in Bhopal in 7 months

    BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh has been topping the list of infant mortality rate according to sample registration survey (SRS) reports of 2014 and 2015. In a recent report of National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) health bulletin of Madhya Pradesh, Bhopal has reported with the highest number of infant deaths from April to October during the last year.

  • Bhopal: Charge-sheet filed against four accused in Vyapam cases

    BHOPAL: The Central Bureau of Investigation has filed a charge-sheet against 4 accused including a candidate, a solver and two middlemen under sections 120-B, 419, 420, 467/511,468 and 471/511 of the IPC and section 3(D)/4 of MPRE Act 1937 in the court of special magistrate, CBI, Vyapam Cases, Gwalior.

  • Bhopal: Four held with 18 cell phones, laptop

    BHOPAL: The Crime branch has busted the racket of four involved in stealing and selling mobiles on Monday. The police have seized the valuables worth Rs 3 lakh from them. During patrolling the crime branch came to know that in MP Nagar area one boy is planning to sell the stolen mobile.

  • Bhopal: Encroachments to be removed only on Sundays

    BHOPAL: The process to remove encroachment will be done only on Sunday in the district. The process of removal of encroachment will be planned. A meeting in this regard was held among collector Nishant Warwade, DIG Dr Raman Singh Sikarwar, ADM and SPs of the district.

  • Bhopal: Man held for stealing car, high-end mobiles

    BHOPAL: The Crime branch has arrested an accused involved in stealing costly mobiles and vehicles, on Monday. The accused was arrested when he was trying to sell out the mobile on throw away price.

  • Bhopal: Builder booked for fraud

    BHOPAL: A complaint has been filed against a builder for fraud. He took money from a person and registered the house in the name of another. Police sources informed that the Mahadevi Verma alias Sadhna Shrivastava complained that the builder Kunwar Raj Singh and Deepak Raj Singh have taken Rs 6 lakh from her to provide a house in Baagmugalia area.

  • Bhopal: Campionite wins state-level Conquest IQ Olympiad-2017

    BHOPAL: Seven Brilliant Students of Campion School did the Institution, Bhopal and Madhya Pradesh proud again by giving their excellent performance in “Conquest I.Q. Olympiad-2017”. All these Students have also been selected for the next round of this national-level Olympiad. Shashwat Jha of the school got 1st Rank in MP and won “gold medal certificate of excellence and a gift.

  • Bhopal: MPBSE helpline for students from February 1

    BHOPAL: MP Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) is going to launch its helpline services from February 1 to provide guidance to the students in their psychological, educational and personal problems emerging during examination time. The Board has taken services of psychologists. The students will be able to get guidance related to their examination related personal and psychological problems on phone numbers 0755-2570248, 0755-2570258 and mobile numbers 9424495482 and 9424495483 between 8 am

  • Bhopal: 98 of 320 students of Home Science College underweight

    HOSHANGABAD: A free health checkup camp was held at Government Home Science PG College on Monday under the direction of Principal Dr Kamini Jain. A team from Narmada Apna Hospital performed the health checkup. Programme in-charge Dr Sangita Ahirwar and Dr Rashmi Shrivastav said that the team did the health checkup of almost 320 girl students and of staff members. The team comprised Dr Praveen Maru, Dr Tania Ali and Rudra Pratap

  • Bhopal: Gandhi Chintan Hall inaugurated

    KATNI: On the occasion of the death anniversary of the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi, Gandhi Chintan Hall was inaugurated by Mayor Shashank Shrivastav and MLA Sandeep Jaiswal at Janpad Shiksha Kendra on Monday. Floral tributes were paid to the Mahatma. On this occasion Abhishek Tamrkar, Ashish Kandele, Mohan Nagwani, Mukesh Sakya, Nirbhay Singh and BRC Vivek Dubey were present. Mayor Shrivastav said that India is a leading country as it

  • Bhopal: Protest against cooperative societies

    SIRONJ: For selling wheat on support price, registration of farmers has been started for the past fifteen days. The farmers have to register themselves in cooperative societies.

  • Bhopal: Man found dead with head crushed

    BHOPAL: The Bilkheria police recovered a dead body in Kokta village on Sunday night. The police have registered a case of murder are investigating the matter. The SHO Rajesh Sinha informed that the deceased Vijay Chouhan resident of village Kokta was found murdered on Sunday night at around 11.30 pm. His head was crushed. The police have also found a liquor bottle near the dead body. The police suspect that some one

  • Bhopal: Congress pays tributes to Mahatma Gandhi

    VIDISHA: Congress Seva Dal organises a programme of tribute at Mahatma Gandhi statue. All seva dal and congress workers assembled and paid floral tribute to Gandhiji, all the workers recited “raghupatiraghav rajaram, patit tapavan sitaram”.

  • Bhopal: Bhoomi pujan for development works performed

    NASRULLAGANJ: Anita Rajesh Lakhera chairperson, city council performed bhoomi pujan for developmental works in the city including construction of boundary wall near Pump House and the construction of CC and WBM road worth Rs 12 lakhs. This amount has been sanctioned for the beautification and developmental works in Sarvhara colony and Satyanarayan colony of ward number 12. On this occasion senior BJP leaders Lacchiram Yadav, Ravi Malviya, district vice-chairman Maruti Shishir, state

  • Bhopal: Brokers to be eliminated in vegetable trade

    SAGAR: A new system of the traders buying vegetables directly from the farmers will be introduced in the local Mandi from February 1. This business arrangement is known as “Khuli Ghosh Nilami” and is being adopted for the first time at Tilak Ganj Sabzi Mandi in state. With this type of auction, farmers get the right price for vegetables by eliminating brokers. Mandi board has taken this decision after a meeting with

  • IIM-Indore’s 2002 batch relives old days

    Indore: Students of 2002 batch of Indian Institute of Management Indore returned to their institute and relieved their old days. They met their teachers and interacted with current students sharing their experience while being in the campus.

  • Indore: Students, farmers take out rally to protest govt move

    Indore: Several students, farmers and environmentalists on Monday took out a rally to protest against the state government’s move of earmarking a land belonging to Agriculture College for construction of new building of district court.

  • Punjab: BSF seizes two Pakistan boats from Amritsar

    Amritsar (Punjab): The Border Security Force (BSF) on Tuesday seized two Pakistani boats from Tota Guru post (Dera Baba Nanak Post) on the Ravi river in Punjab.