Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Villagers threaten mass suicide

    BHOPAL: The villagers of Geedkheri of Raisen district are running from the pillar to the post to get their right on their parental land, since independence. Now they have decided to commit mass suicide if their names are not incorporated in the revenue records. Congress leader Bhupendra Gupta along with the villagers informed in the press conference on Monday, that they are cultivating the land situated in the village since 1932.  But

  • Bhopal: Thieves take away only cash, spare gold rings

    BHOPAL: The burglars struck at a house taking advantage of the landlord leaving behind door un-locked. The burglars decamped with cash but not left behind gold rings. The theft took place in a house in Prince Colony under Shahjahanabad police station. However, sources said that thieves stole Rs 10 lakh cash. As per the Shahjahanbad police sources, Dr Syed Shahid Ali, resident of Prince Colony, Shahjahanabad, had gone with wife to New

  • Bhopal: Arrangements in place for Urology camp

    BHOPAL: Siddh Bhau, on Monday, reviewed the arrangements for the 86th Free Urology and General Surgery camp to be held at Sant Hirdaram Nagar on February 16.  He was told that the lodging arrangements for foreign surgeons have been made, the operation theatres have been fumigated and medicines and surgical items have been procured. He was also informed that arrangement of blood has also been made.  Eight American surgeons along with 18

  • Bhopal: Ensure compliance of norms for school buses said Warwade

    BHOPAL: In a meeting organised at Collectorate here on Monday, collector Nishant Warwade gave instructions regarding checking of driving licenses of school bus drivers and fitness of buses. Warwade instructed district education officer (DEO) to ensure that all norms set for school buses, in consultation with school management, are being complied with. The driving licenses of school bus drivers and fitness of school buses should also be checked.

  • Consistency needed on cultural exchanges

    India’s flip flops on Pakistan reflect a confused government that is clueless about how it should deal with the recalcitrant neighbour. The latest evidence of muddled thinking is the attitude towards the Karachi Literature Festival which is of great cultural and literary value and is promoted by the cultural wings of many countries. While it is not our case that India needs to turn soft towards Pakistan on the political stage given the blatant

  • Bhopal: Energy minister launches e-rickshaw

    BHOPAL: Energy minister Paras Jain inaugurated an e-rickshaw (Shakti Auto) at his residence here on Monday. He inaugurated the battery-fitted e-rickshaw by driving it in Char Imli area. The e-rickshaw in the state capital will be run by MK Motors as of now.  Paras Jain said e-rickshaw is an excellent alternative to check pollution. They would be useful in transportation in rural and urban areas too. They are appropriate for passengers as

  • US travel ban: An entry isn’t an entitlement

    The liberals’ hysterics in the US, coupled with the outrage expressed by their non-American soul-mates, over the ‘travel ban’ imposed by the Trump administration is increasingly becoming quite tedious and irksome. While there are some fairly valid grounds for criticising the way the decision was implemented, and questions can also be raised over the efficacy of the ‘executive order’ in keeping the US safe from Islamic terrorists. The fact of the matter is that

  • Your day by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- You will be successful in entertaining your subordinates by your joyful nature. Relaxed and tension free day at work place. It’s good time to go for short vacation with your family.

  • Bhopal: Property dealer booked for duping ex-DIG’s son

    BHOPAL: Vikram Trivedi, son of retired DIG Harish Trivedi, on Monday, has lodged complaint with the Bairgarh police against a property broker for not executing sale deed for Indore based property even after payment of Rs 15 lakh in advance as earnest money.

  • Bhopal: Workshop on child rights concludes

    KATNI: A workshop organised on children rights and its protection in Chicago Public School situated at Madhav Nagar, the chief guest of the programme was Rakesh Agrawal, Chairman, Child Protection Bench, Katni. All the teachers and employees were present. Agrawal had given different information on “Protection of Children from Sexual Offences 2012” and on “Juvenile Justice Act 2015” and also given information about responsibilities of society for children, he also made aware

  • Modi: Untamed by the ‘system’

    My admiration for Prime Minister Narendra Modi has increased exponentially over the past six months. Far from being tamed by the ‘system’ and the comforting environment of Lutyens’ Delhi, Modi has not lost the fire in his belly.

  • Bhopal: National spokesman of BJP in city

    VIDISHA: National spokesperson Gopalkrishan Agarwal arrived here. He spoke to The Free press Journal correspondent on various issues.

  • Bhopal: Chief Minister to reach Pachmarhi today

    HOSHANGABAD: CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan will be on visit of Pachmari on Tuesday. He will attend a local programme and will take night rest at Champak Bunglow. He will be depart from Pachmari on Wednesday for Bhopal.

  • Bhopal: Cops seize two-wheelers

    SAGAR: Police revealed burglars gang on Monday and also had seized 27 two wheeler vehicles from 13 thieves; during talking to journalists SP Sachin Atulkar said that main gangster was Jaisingh resident Bhabhuka station, Rahatgarh, the police were getting the complaint of vehicle stealing from several areas. In the direction of ASP Pankaj Pandey and CSP Gautam Solanki, special team was formed. They identified suspect person through CCTV footage, they found that

  • BMC elections: Venkaiah Naidu slams Congress at election campaign rally

    Mumbai: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is not willing to take any chance in the battleground of Mumbai Municipal Corporation which is strongly contending against the leading political Party of Mumbai friend turned rival the Shiv Sena. Therefore to influence voters, BJP is staging Center Minister like Venkaiah Naidu for BMC polls.

  • Bhopal: Rainwater harvesting most important

    SHIVPURI: Block level Antyoday fair concluded at Janpad Panchayat Khaniyadhana on Monday, on Govt HS School premises. This fair is being organised to resolved the problems of villagers of far rural areas and to provide information them about the schemes of government and the benefits of it. Under different schemes the beneficiary aid of 50 crore 50 lakhs distributed to 1 lakh 88 thousand 848 beneficiaries in various forms.