Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Nitin Gadkari gifts Narmada, Chambal Expressways

    BHOPAL: Union Minister for Road Transport, Highways and Shipping Nitin Gadkari, interacting with the media persons here on Tuesday, said that Narmada and Chambal Expressways would be built in the state.

  • Bhopal: Julania, Agarwal shunted out for failure to keep mins in humour

    BHOPAL: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan may shunt out those bureaucrats who are dominating their ministers. Chouhan and chief secretary Basant Pratap Singh had a discussion over the proposed administrative reshuffle and a consensus was arrived at on shifting controversial additional chief secretary RS Julania from the department of panchayat and rural department and principal secretary Pramod Agarwal from the public works department.

  • MP E Ahamed passes away, government not obliged to avoid budget

    New Delhi : Former Union Minister and Indian Union Muslim League leader E Ahamed passed away in the wee hours of Wednesday morning at the Ram Manohar Lohia (RML) hospital here, after he suffered a cardiac arrest in the Parliament yesterday.

  • Bhopal: Government to train women in male-dominated trades

    BHOPAL: The state government will now be imparting training to women in male-dominated trades. Department of skill development is going to launch ‘Kaushalya Yojana’, which aims at training 2 lakh women a year.

  • Bhopal: Industry hopes Union budget will undo demonetisation damage

    BHOPAL: Businessmen have big expectations from the union budget, to be presented on Wednesday. They said that the budget should be employment-oriented and must give an impetus to business, coming, as it does, after the demonetisation decision.

  • Bhopal: Chief Minister’s wife is special invitee in Mahila Morcha

    BHOPAL: BJP, Mahila Morcha, president, Lata Ailkar on Tuesday announced the Morcha’s executive body. Sadhna Singh, wife of chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, has been given the position of special invitee in the executive body. Sadhna Singh was vice-president in Mahila Morcha earlier. Her name came into limelight for ticket for the assembly elections and Lok Sabha election from Vidisha constituency.

  • Bhopal: Cheaper groceries, higher cash flow on budget wish list of women

    BHOPAL: Women have a long wish-list vis-à-vis the Union Budget to be presented on Wednesday. Though the effect of demonetisation is wearing thin but the women are still concerned that their household budgets are soaring and at month end, they are left with little money to spare.

  • Budget 2017 will make India ‘self-sufficient’: BJP

    Kolkata: Confident that the Union and the Railway Budget 2017 will make the nation self-sufficient, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has asserted that government’s decision to present both the Union and the Railway Budget 2017 together is astute.

  • Bhopal: Drunken youth scales mobile tower, nabbed

    BHOPAL: A youth scaled a mobile tower in an inebriated condition on Tuesday evening. Police rescued him with the help of a hydraulic machine. He has been arrested under section 309 of the IPC on the charge of attempt to commit suicide. He has not told police the reason why did he climb up the tower.

  • Bhopal: Vexed by drunkards, people want to get rid of liquor shop

    BHOPAL: The local residents of Malviya Nagar have been demanding for a long time for shifting the liquor shop because they say it spoils the ambience as drunkards turn rabble-rousers after they get sozzled just outside the shop.

  • Bhopal: Revitalising families is urgent need for Church says Cardinal Oswald

    BHOPAL: The 29th Plenary Assembly of Conference of Catholic Bishops of India (CCBI) began with solemn Eucharistic celebration in the St Assumption Church, Asha Niketan Campus on Tuesday. More than 130 Bishops of the 182 Latin rite bishops in the country are participating in the 8 day deliberations on the issues on concerning to families in Asia with special focus on India.

  • Family reunion of sorts for Chandu in Amritsar

    Mumbai : The elder brother of Indian sepoy Chandu Chavan, who was recently released from Pakistan on January 21, raised objection to the media report that says ‘Chandu was drugged and tortured in Pakistan’.

  • Bhopal: Abandoning Gandhi would weaken India

    BHOPAL: If you try to destroy Gandhian ideology, you weaken the foundation of modern secular democratic India. This was the view of many speakers who participated in a seminar on “Relevance of Gandhi” organised by Rashtriya Secular Manch. At the outset, L.S. Herdenia readout the famous speech of Jawaharlal Nehru delivered by him after the assassination of Gandhi. Justice (Retd.) R.D. Shukla said that in the Gandhian ideology of secularism, tolerance and

  • Bhopal: 17 Korku bonded labourers rescued from Maharashtra

    BHOPAL: The Khandwa police have rescued 17 bonded labourers from Maharashtra. These labourers were lured by promises of better wages but they were forced to work without any payment. Superintendent of police Navneet Bhasin informed that a complaint was filed in the police station Piploda that 17 persons, including minors, were being kept as bonded labourers in Maharashtra.

  • Your day by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:– The works of creation and of new ideas that give interesting dividends today. Singles will find their dating relationship going to the next level but avoid commitments.