Free Press Journal
  • Civic polls: Shiv Sena candidate abused by opponent’s husband

    Mumbai: The Shiv Sena on Friday lodged a complaint with the Election Commission and Deven Bharty, Joint Commissioner of Police (Law and Order) against Sudhir More and Sunil More for threatening Sena’s candidate contesting the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) polls.

  • Bhopal: Food processing industry yet to adopt global standards

    BHOPAL: In terms of adopting global standards, especially in the case of perishables, the Indian food processing sector is lagging behind, said experts who were part of deliberations on the issue at a conference organised by PHD Chamber Of Commerce and Industries, Madhya Pradesh on ‘Make In India & FDI In Retail Food Processing: Opening Bright Avenues For Food Processing’ in the city on Friday. The chief guest, MLA Rameshwar Sharma said,

  • Bhopal: Health contractual staffers up in arms

    BHOPAL: The contractual employees of health department and medical education department have been protesting since last three days but there was so response from the government on their protest. Agitated over the behaviour of the government, the Health and Medical Education Employees Association have again said that if Chief Minister does not interfere and listens to the demands of the employees then the protesting employees will protest at Vidhan Sabha in their

  • Missile Deal Stuck Again

    Parrikar has set up a panel to probe the mismatch between the actual performance of the missiles in the trial process and the report filed by officers

  • Army chief’s criticism: BJP cries ‘sacrilege’

    “The Army chief’s mindset is being questioned. Separatist and semi-separatist jargons are used by political parties. Particularly the Congress… it can go to any extent. It questioned the credibility of
    surgical strike. This exposes political bankruptcy”

  • Bhopal: Crackers explode in storage room of a house

    MORENA: Fireworks explosion took place in storage room of a house in which Yousuf Khan, resident of Gurudwara Colony, Ambah, who was making fire crackers and two children Asmat and Nasreen were injured and his wife Shaira was died. They were making firecrackers for marriage. The injured people were sent to Ambah hospital for treatment, the children were admitted to hospital after first aid Yousuf Khan was sent to Morena. After getting

  • SC to examine making Anthem mandatory, not National Song

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Friday did not go into the debate for making singing of the National Song mandatory in schools while clarifying that it has “kept alive” such a plea only for the National Anthem without expressing any view on it.

  • Bhopal: Swachchta champions felicitated by Collector

    HOSHANGABAD: Under Swacch Bharat Mission, 27 swacchata champions were felicitated by Collector Avinash Lavania, at district panchayat assembly hall on Thursday; these champions did excellent work in the field of sanitation. 19520 toilets were constructed and 234 villages becomes ODF, collector said in the programme that, swacchata campaign is the ambitious scheme of government it is also the medium of increasing the cleanliness in rural environment, protection of woman and children, liberation

  • Bhopal: February 25 last date for data entry operator application

    NARSINGHPUR: In district collector, SDO Revenue, and in tehsil office, for work of public service management department, online application has been invited for ten post of office assistant cum data entry operator, on contractual basis. The last date for filling the form is 25 February; Rs 100 is a portal fee, Rs 10000 will be paid every month. Detailed information can be taken from MP online portal and can be contact to

  • Four held for running fake job call centre from Delhi

    Mumbai : The Cyber Cell of Mumbai Crime Branch carried out raids at a 20-seater fake call centre, which was operational in a residential colony from Delhi since last three months. The Mumbai Crime Branch team arrested four youth — Sagar Sharma (23), Shashank Rana (22), Tarun Chandra (23) and Akhilesh Mishra (22). They are graduates who are residents of Delhi and Auraiya district of Uttar Pradesh.

  • Bhopal: Neighbour beats up woman

    UMARIA: Neighbour abuses a woman Tabassum Bi, ward number 14, Krish Taal resident. Tabassum said to police that Dinesh Kacher, Dipak Tomar, Monu Tomar beaten her and given threat to kill her if she complaint to anyone regarding this matter, the woman wants protection from police. The police have registered a case and are doing the investigation.

  • Aadhaar mandatory for central scholarships

    NEW DELHI : The Ministries of Social Justice & Empowerment and Human Resources Development on Friday made Aadhaar card mandatory for availing 14 different centrally-sponsored scholarships.

  • No service charge if buying by card

    NEW DELHI : In view of the unscrupulous merchants charging 1 or 2% if you are buying by debit or credit card, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has now mandated all merchants to display the signage “No convenience or service charge is payable by customers.”

  • Bhopal: Three cheetals die within 3 days

    KATNI: Under Beet Jhinna,  Pipariya and Karondi of forest zone Dhimarkheda, three chitals were died in which one is six years old male chital and other were three years old two female chital. Forest department officers reached to spot and after postmortem, they did funeral of them in Bhanpura. Forest zone officer IP Mishra said that three chitals were killed within three days ago. During this SDO MS Bhagdia, Ranger IP Mishra,

  • Gender bender: Only one woman judge in SC out of 28

    New Delhi : There is no woman judge among the five new judges appointed to the Supreme Court, who were sworn-in on Friday. With the new appointments, while the total strength of judges in the apex court goes up to 28 out of a sanctioned 31, there is only one sitting woman judge, Justice R Banumathi.

  • Dry ATMs rebut Jaitley’s claim of swift recovery post note ban

    New Delhi : Despite the claim of Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley that printing of new money was done efficiently after the November note ban and things were “normalised” in a few weeks, on Friday many ATMs here were found gasping for cash.

  • Bhopal: Prepare for HS exams said Chief Secretary

    SHIVPURI: Chief Secretary Basant Pratap Singh said in Parakh Video Conference that preparations should be completed for high school and higher secondary examination.