Free Press Journal
  • horoscope

    Your day by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:– Chances of useless expenses, while some losses are possible. It would be useful to keep the level of activity lower than usual. Ego will remain an integral part of thinking as well as attitude.

  • Bhopal: Unlike predecessor, BP Singh not interested in ‘Aam Aadmi’

    BHOPAL: Chief Secretary (CS) Basant Pratap Singh, unlike his predecessor Antony de Sa, is not interested in meeting the commoners and knowing their problems. With Singh assuming the charge of the chief secretary, the system of holding public hearings by CS on Thursdays has virtually come to an end. Singh, who had assumed charge on November 1, has so far held only three public hearings.

  • Bhopal: Tenth grade girl dies in hit-and-run accident

    BHOPAL: A girl student of Class 10 was killed while two others were injured after a rashly driven mini-bus hit their bike on Wednesday morning. They were returning after attending coaching from 5-no Bus Stop. The unidentified mini-bus hit them near Chinar Park, on Link Road no-1 under MP Nagar police station. The errant driver managed to flee from spot with bus. The trio was taken to Red Cross Hospital but the

  • Lokmat Maharashtra most stylish awards: winner list

    Mumbai:  Marathi daily newspaper Lokmat was honored the most stylish people in Maharashtra and highlighted the style of the state that has left an indelible mark for generations in Mumbai.

  • Bhopal: 10 Number Market traders want prohibition

    BHOPAL: Traders of 10 Number Stop Market not only want shifting of the liquor shop located in the market but prohibition in the state. They feel that liquor consumption is the sole cause of various problems like family disputes, health issues, indebtedness and violence. Moreover, children also develop the habit of consuming liquor.

  • Bhopal: Charge of attempt to murder framed against SIMI activist Abu Faizal

    BHOPAL: The charge of attempt to murder has been framed against SIMI operative Abu Faizal alias ‘doctor’ in district court on Wednesday in connection with Khandwa Jail break. The SIMI activist was on December 25, 2015 convicted for killing Sitaram Yadav, a constable of anti-terrorist squad of Madhya Pradesh Police, in Khandwa in November 2009.

  • Bhopal: Crammed with plants, this park has no place to stretch

    BHOPAL: The park at E-2, Arera Colony is so cramped with plants and trees that there is no room for the people to stretch. The park has been developed haphazardly. In fact, local residents should also come forward to improve the park and make it a place where people get a feel of openness and space. Parents do not allow children to visit the park because of the fear of mosquito bite

  • Bhopal: Bizmen react with cautious optimism

    BHOPAL: The Union budget has evoked mixed reaction in the business and trading sectors. While welcoming the tax benefits for the SMEs, the businessmen said that with GST being implemented from April 1, the rates of essential commodities will largely depend on it.

  • Bhopal: Budget will benefit the state said Narottam Mishra

    BHOPAL: Minister for public relations and legislative affairs, Dr Narottam Mishra has termed the central budget as pro-common man.  Mishra said the budget will benefit Madhya Pradesh, which is growing at a fast pace. The minister said the budget shows concern for welfare of every section of society and at the same time, it has given relief to middle class in income-tax slabs. The farmers will be benefited by the provisions related

  • Bhopal: Tax payers delighted by exemptions

    BHOPAL: Finance minister Arun Jaitley presented Union budget and brought smiles on faces of tax payers. Most of the tax payers are happy with the new tax slab, exemptions and reduction in the tax rate. Homemakers, however, did not seem to be very happy as there is not much in the budget for the household but middle class tax payers feel that the budget will prove fruitful to their pockets and will

  • Bhopal: Commuters face problems as auto-rickshaws go off road

    BHOPAL: Commuters faced a lot of problems in the state capital as nearly 15,000 auto-rickshaw operators went on strike in protest against increased fitness fee, and illegal operation of app-enabled cabs. Situation is likely to be grimmer from Thursday as mini bus operators are expected join them.

  • Mumbai: Drug lord Vicky Goswami deported to US

    Mumbai: Vicky Goswami was arrested from Kenya by the United States Drug Enforcement Administration on Sunday in the 2000 crore ephedrine drug case.

  • Bhopal: 1,400 register at health camp

    BHOPAL: As many as 1400 people registered themselves for the Mukhyamantri Swasthya Sewa Shivir organised at JP hospital on Wednesday. Inaugurated by Mayor Alok Sharma, collector Nishant Warwade and legislator Rameshwar Sharma, more than 662 patients were marked for surgery. Under Rashtriya Bal Swasthya Karyakram and District Illness Assistance fund, surgery and post-operative care would be free. Doctors from Artemis hospital Gurgaon, Chirayu Hospital, Bhopal AIIMS, Swami Vivekanand Spine center, Bhopal, Asian

  • Bhopal: BSNL launches App to turn mobile into wallet

    BHOPAL: The Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd joined hands with the State Bank of India to launch the Mobicash App, on Wednesday to develop habit of cashless transactions among people of semi urban and in rural areas by turning the smart phone into virtual wallet.