Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Chairman of commission probing jailbreak withdraws resignation

    BHOPAL: The single member judicial commission probing the SIMI encounter and Bhopal jailbreak retired High Court Justice S.K. Pandey has decided to remain in office after Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s interference. Earlier on Saturday he resigned from his post and left out, vacating the circuit house.

  • Bhopal: People blame liquor shop for spurt in road accidents, demand shifting

    BHOPAL: The liquor shop on National Highway-12 at 11-Meel has the notoriety of being one of the biggest cause of road accidents due to drunkard driving. Secondly, it is easily accessible for the students as most of the educational institutes are just a stone’s throw away. The area residents said the students of various colleges in the areas living in hostels and rented apartments regularly create nuisance and organising carousels in birthday

  • Kala Ghoda Fest 2017: Look out for these art installations for some serious inspiration

    From paying an ode to art and artists from the past 15 years, the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival (KGAF) is back with yet another year of fun filled events and activities. What can’t be missed here are the various art installations which have been engineered to blow your minds with the intricacy and efforts involved in it. From the ‘Wishing Tree’ to the ‘Flying Horse’, this festival is bound to

  • Bhopal: Joy comes from serving others says CM

    BHOPAL: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan profusely thanked CCBI for selecting Bhopal as the venue of the 29th Plenary Assembly of Conference of Catholic Bishops of India (CCBI) gathering at St. Joseph’s Co-ed school on Sunday, where he was present as the chief guest. He said, “Only those with magnanimous heart can understand the whole universe as his family. The policies of this government are driven for the well being of its

  • Bhopal: Free medical camp from February 6

    MORENA: Free medical camp will be organised here from 6 to 13 February. This camp will be organised by Rotary International Club with the support of MP Govt., MP Foundation and Rajkrishn Tankha Foundation. Union Rural Development Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said that every citizen should discharge its duty in this noble work.

  • Bhopal: Teachers go on strike work

    SEONI-MALWA: Teaching work in schools was affected due to the strike of teachers. Govt. Primary School in Pipal Baba colony of ward number 3 near tehsil office has been locked by teacher Dipika Mishra. This is the time for revision of syllabus and strike will affect the future of students. SDM Dhirendra Singh has sought explanation from BEO Makahanlal Uike in the matter.

  • ‘I don’t like movie promotions’: Shoojit Sircar

    Shoojit Sircar, one of the producers of the upcoming film, talks to ROHIT PRAMAR about the film, future projects and more…

    Filmmaker Shoojit Sircar, who has directed films like Vicky Donor, Madras Café, and Piku, is enjoying his stint as a producer. After Pink, the talented director is now back with his latest production The rom-com stars Tapsee Pannu and Amit Sadh in lead roles. Written by Navjot Gulati and Amit Roy,

  • Bhopal: When will ‘acche din’ come

    Ratlam: Taking a dig at government, Congress MP Kantilal Bhuria on Sunday alleged that farmers have been put in serious difficulty by the government as it asked them to repay loans by February end despite the fact that farmers will get their money for Rabi crops March onwards.

  • Bhopal: Illegal transportation of sand

    CHANDERI: Illegal sand mining is continuing in the Chanderi tehsil. The vehicles are transporting sand illegally while they are having the permit for agricultural purpose. Government itself purchasing this sand and is encouraging this illegal business.

  • Cap on cash donations: Former CECs claim more can be done

    New Delhi : The cap of Rs 2,000 per person on cash donations to political parties is a welcome move but the provisions can be made more stringent as parties can still find ways to bypass laws aimed at cleansing electoral system of black money, former Chief Election Commissioners feel.

  • Mumbai: Kalina library opens 24×7, ABVP withdraws protest

    Mumbai: The Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) withdrew its protest-turned-hunger strike on Sunday after the Mumbai University opened the Kalina campus’ Jawaharlal Nehru library on a 24-hour basis.

  • Bhopal: Dhwaja Yatra on Narmada Jayanti

    NARSINGHPUR: Different programmes were organised on the occasion of Narmada Jayanti, District Cooperative Bank Chairman Virendra Faujdar did the opening of yatra and said this is a praiseworthy initiative of Government, which spreading the message to all to keep the river clean.

  • Govt committed to ending triple talaq: Ravi Shankar

    Lucknow : The Centre is committed to ending the “evil social practice” of triple talaq, Union law minister and senior BJP leader Ravi Shankar Prasad said on Sunday and asked Samajwadi Party, Congress and BSP to make their stand clear on the contentious issue.    “The government respects faith but worship and social evil cannot coexist,” he said.

  • Bhopal: Rotaract Club holds ‘Prisha’ to motivate special children

    BHOPAL: Rotaract Club of School of Planning and Architecture, Bhopal and Parwarish jointly organised an event for special children, ‘Prisha’ on Saturday at Regional Museum of Natural History. Prisha aims to help and motivate special children and to encourage them a painting, collage and art & craft competition was organised. Focusing on the slum, orphan, handicapped and mentally disabled and helping them realise their potential.

  • Bodies of parents of Bhopal man recovered from Raipur

    Raipur : A joint team of West Bengal and Madhya Pradesh Police has recovered the bodies of parents of a Bhopal resident, earlier arrested on charge of murdering his live-in partner and entombing her body in his Bhopal house, the