Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Crime had little to do with mental disorders

    BHOPAL: Generally, the mental status of a criminal is considered as one of the probable reasons for the crime committed by him or her. But psychologists and psychiatrists say that mental illnesses are wrongly linked with crimes because a murder is always a planned or unplanned sequence of events, caused deliberately by a person in senses.

  • Bhopal: Probe plundering of Narmada by CM relatives says Congress

    BHOPAL: The state Congress president Arun Yadav has written to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi demanding a high-level probe into illegal sand mining from River Narmada by the relatives of chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan over the past 11 years.

  • Bhopal: Youngsters, women cancer patients growing in numbers

    BHOPAL: The incidence of cancer is increasing day by day in the city and more women than men in the city are afflicted with the deadly disease. The number of young cancer patients is also on the rise.

  • Bhopal: Shivaji Nagar Park is more of a playground

    BHOPAL: The park located in the posh Shivaji Nagar is in a highly deplorable condition as it is full of gravel instead of greenery fenced with ornamental and flowering plants.  Consistent neglect is the root cause of the pathetic condition of the park.

  • Bhopal: School girl’s suicide triggers communal tension in Harda

    HARDA: Prohibitory orders were clamped in the town after communal tension following stone pelting at a Masjid on Friday. Situation was reported to be tense but under control till filing of the report. No one has been arrested so far and the police did not disclose the number of injured.

  • Bhopal: Student goes missing, police search on

    CHHATARPUR: A 15 year old girl student was missed from Thursday; she resided at Vishwanath colony situated at Mahoba road, behind Agriculture Department. Ganesh Babu Richaria daughter Pranti went to MLB School but not returned to home, when family member inquire from the school, they found that she did not reach the school. Parents made a complaint to City Kotwal. According to TI Salil Sharma that police are searching the missing student.

  • Bhopal: Two tractors seized for illegal transportation

    UMARIA: District Mining Officer RK Pandey and Mine Surveyor Narvad Singh Armo seized two tractors which was laden with stones and were going from Mardari to Pipradi. Tractor owner was Aadhar Singh, driver Ganga Singh resident Amadongri and other tractor owner Shrinath resident Norozabad, an action is being taken against them. The tractors were transporting stones without documents. The mining officer made the case under mines section and is taking action to

  • Bhopal: Children biggest victims of broken marriages says Archbishop

    BHOPAL: The fourth day of the 29th Plenary Assembly of Conference of Catholic Bishops of India (CCBI) began with an exhortation of the Archbishop Leo Cornelio to families to respect unity, purity and propriety of marriage. He said, “Couples must respect the sacrament of marriage”.

  • Only conservation of rivers can save our culture: CM

    On the occasion of Narmada Jayanti, I extend my hearty greetings to the people of Madhya Pradesh. After offering our prayer to Maa Narmada on the occasion, as I, with my cabinet, took decisions on the policies towards the development of Madhya Pradesh, this gave me a deep sense of contentment.

  • Bhopal: NGO to fete cops for standing up to politicos

    BHOPAL: The morale of the state police force is at an all-time low and honest police officers are being harassed, alleged the convener of ‘Watch League’ Chandna Arora while speaking to media persons here on Friday. She added that the police force has become an ‘orderly force’.

  • Bhopal: Senior cops to man FRVs once a month

    BHOPAL: Director General of Police have given instructions that every month SHOs, CSPs, DSPs and ASPs will have to man Dial-100 FRVs once in a month. The DGP was addressing the concluding session of the two day training of the police officers in Dial-100 control room, on Friday.

  • Bhopal: Marathon for clean Narmada

    HOSHANGABAD: District level marathon race was organised on Friday on the theme of “Run for Narmada River”. This race was organised for the conservation of Ma Narmada and for spreading awareness among the people for clean Narmada. The school and college students participated in the race. Apart from Hoshangabad, the students of Sehore, Raisen, Harda, Sohagpur, Pipariya, Itarsi etc were included. At  8:30 am, collector Avinash Lavania flagged off the race of

  • Bhopal: Tribal woman raped; two including husband held

    Alirajpur: In a barbaric act, a tribal woman was allegedly assaulted by her husband, who also chopped off her hair in a fit of rage after she was raped by a 45-year-old man in Alirajpur district, police said on Friday.

  • Bhopal: NHRC to conduct spot inquiry into Dhar incident

    New Delhi: Taking cognisance into the recent incident when tribal women residents of Bhutia and Holibayada villages levelled serious allegations of gang rape, sexual assault and molestation against police party, the National human Rights Commission (NHRC) has decided to conduct spot inquiry in the matter.

  • Bhopal: Over 1800 differently abled citizens to receive health insurance card

    Nagda: Union minister for social justice and empowerment Thawar Chand Gehlot will distribute health insurance policy card to over 1800 differently abled citizen from Nagda tehsil under the Swalambhan Swastha Beema Yojana during a public programme on Saturday.