Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Irate CS orders suspension of principal revenue commissioner

    BHOPAL: Annoyed over the delay in the allotment of land to an RSS-related organisation, Chief Secretary B.P. Singh, on Monday, lost his cool and instructed that a proposal be prepared for the suspension of principal Commissioner, Revenue K.K. Khare, with whom the file was pending.

  • Bhopal: Bhagwat in city; RSS bosses key meeting today

    BHOPAL: RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat arrived in the city on Monday noon. An important meeting of key leaders of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) will be held in Bhopal on Tuesday.

  • The meteoric rise of Chinnamma

    Fissures and rumblings within the ruling AIADMK may have been overcome for the present at any rate with a planned change-over in leadership, from O. Panneerselvam to Chinnamma — V.K. Sasikala (62), highly preferred for her close association with late Amma — Jayalalithaa. She is already the General Secretary of the Party and has taken full control of the Party.

  • Apex Court frees 21 held for 2002 murder in Nagpur panchayat polls

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court has converted a political murder (Sec 302 IPC) in Nagpur district in 2002 into culpable homicide not amounting to murder under Section 304-II IPC and set free all 21 appellants who have already undergone rigorous imprisonment of seven years or more.

  • Bhopal: Rs 1.70 lakh cr budget to come up for Cabinet nod today

    BHOPAL: The state government’s budget for the year 2017-18 will be put up before the cabinet on Tuesday for its approval. The Planning Commission has put a ceiling of Rs 2 lakh crore, including supplementary budgets, on the main budget. The total outlay for the next year’s budget is expected to be Rs 1.70 lakh crore.

  • ‘Sena’s arrogance and corrupt behaviour separate us’, says Ashish Shelar

    Mumbai: “Arrogance and corrupt behaviour of Sena made us break alliance,” says Ashish Shelar, city president of the BJP in a candid interview with Sweety Adimulam of Free Press Journal. Shelar believes that their old ally has already made a pact with Congress.

  • Mumbai: St. Xavier’s organises science festival

    Mumbai: The inter-collegiate pan-departmental science festival of St. Xavier’s College – Paradigm 2017 will be held on February 7 and 8. The fest, which is in its fourth edition this year, will have public lectures, events and exhibition series.

  • Bhopal: Van to educate people about cashless transaction

    Ratlam: A digital van from New Delhi to encourage and educate people on cashless transaction arrived in the city on Monday. District collector B Chandrashekhar flagged off the van, which would tour several places in the district from February 7 to February 12. The van will disseminate information about the process making digital transactions. According to a release, the van will travel Piploda, Jaora, Taal, Sailana rural, Sailana and Bajna Rural, Raoti

  • Indore: Inter-state thieve’s gang busted, 7 Pardis held

    Indore: A seven-member gang of thieves, including two women, who used to enter into locked houses posing as labourers, was busted by police on Monday. Stolen cash along with gold and silver ornaments valued lakhs were recovered from them.

  • Bhopal: Officials to face music over Indrani’s death certificate

    BHOPAL: The Indigo Airlines, on Monday, refused to allow Udyan Das, accused of committing gory triple murders, to board its flight from Raipur due to some technical issues. A team of WB police wanted to take Udayan to Kolkata by the flight. Later, they took an afternoon flight.

  • Indore: Vice chancellor orders inquiry into review goof-up

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya has ordered an inquiry into the goof-up which led to illegally benefiting more than 6,000 students in review results and allowing more than one lakh students to file complaints for poor marking even when such complaints were not to be entertained as per a notification dated April 27, 2016.

  • Mumbai: Sanjay Dutt’s noisy parties are not music to neighbours

    Mumbai: The neighbours of Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt, at Pali Hill area of Khar (West), are about to take legal action against him for playing loud music since the last 20 days. These parties that Dutt has been throwing to enjoy his return to normal life after finishing his jail term are organised on the terrace of Imperial Heights, the building where the actor resides.

  • Mumbai: Records over 100 per cent rise in child abuse cases

    Mumbai: The Child Sex Abuse (CSA) cases in Mumbai are increasing year by year, according to information received by Mumbai police. There is an increase in number of complaints regarding child sex abuse in the year 2016. Compared to 806 cases registered in the year 2015, the number of cases has increased to 908 in the year 2016.