Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Congress wants debate on Vyapam, illegal mining

    BHOPAL: The Congress MLAs, during zero hour in the state Assembly, demanded debate on the issues of Vyapam, illegal mining and farmers hit by frost and hailstorm. Sunderlal Tiwari demanded debate on the issue of the Supreme Court cancelling the admissions of 634 students pursuing MBBS course.

  • Bhopal: Why not ‘Avsaad’ and ‘Jan Vedna’ depts too said Kalukheda

    BHOPAL: Congress MLA Mahendra Singh Kalukheda wants that like ‘Anand’, the state government should establish departments of ‘Avsaad’ (depression) and ‘Jan Vedna’ (people’s agony) too. He was participating in the discussion on the motion of thanks on Governor’s address in the Assembly on Thursday.

  • Bhopal: Strike in JK Tyre plant ends

    MORENA: In the chairmanship of Collector Vinod Sharma the deadlock of more than two months of large industrial unit JK Tires has ended today, JK Tire has been operated at Banmor industrial sector of the district. A compromise made after several rounds of discussion between management and strike workers, now the work will be start in the unit. It is worth mentioning that 256 employees were dismissed because Bais tire unit was

  • Bhopal: Woman held for selling girls

    SEONI-MALWA: Police have arrested a woman Sushila Balai, 30 years old, resident village Bijmani who has brought two girls to her village Ashta-Sehore, she told to her father that she would arrange domestic work for them but she broke his trust and sold both the girls to Nakulnath and Shyamnath in Rs 10000, she arranged the marriage of girls with these men in Ashta and returned to the village Bijmani, both of

  • Bhopal: Grand procession of Siddheshwar Baba

    SHIVPURI: A grand procession of lord Shiv was taken out in the city on Thursday. Large number of people came and raised the slogan of Shiv. The whole city was Shivmay today.

  • Mumbai: Each day an ordeal for railway track maintainers!

    Mumbai: Railways’ most crucial arm, the track maintainers, are facing the biggest apathy for lack of insight or vision for their jobs. These men work in deplorable conditions with minimal safety and communication gadgets for performing their duties. Despite repeated sabotage incidents on Central Railway tracks, there has been no changes in the functioning of the department or even securing the zone.

  • Bhopal: National Kabaddi League begins

    HOSHANGABAD: The National Professional Kabaddi League was inaugurated by SP Ashutosh Pratap Singh and Sohagpur MLA Thakur Vijapal Singh on Thursday. This is the ninth league of the country and it has been organised for the first time in the state in Rohna. On this occasion, MP Warehousing Chairman Rajendra Singh, District Panchayat Chief Kushal Patel, Municipality Chairman Akhilesh Khandelwal was present. SP Ashutosh Pratap Singh said that this game is rural

  • Bhopal: Kavya goshthi concluded at Shaikh Jumman residence

    UMARIA: A Kavya goshthi concluded at Shaikh Jumman residence in the leadership of Shaikh Dhiraj. Shankar Barman did compering of it. Vatayan institution member Rajkumari Gupta threw the light on ‘woman development and its importance’ from her composition, Umaprasad Gautam presented a satire on ‘changing of country politics’, Shivanand Patel presented a composition in which he motivates the children towards education. Sheikh Jumman said the importance of mother and expressed her dignity

  • Mumbai: Sheena Bora case trial takes off, deferred to March

    Mumbai: After a series of delays, the ‘trial’ in Sheena Bora murder case finally commenced on Thursday, that too for nearly 40 minutes. The hearing started before lunch break and concluded soon after lunch break and was later deferred till March 15 due to opposition by lawyers representing all three accused.

  • Bhopal: 100-bedded maternity ward inaugurated at JP Hospital

    BHOPAL: Minister for public health and family welfare Rustam Singh along with public relations minister Dr Narottam Mishra inaugurated a new maternity ward at local Jaiprakash Hospital here on Thursday.

  • Bhopal: New ‘Tide Plus’ launched

    BHOPAL: A new and improved Tide Plus was launched by P&G at Hypercity, DB Mall on Thursday. Leading television star Jasmin Bhasin unveiled the new Tide Plus. She also launched a campaign titled ‘Collar Up With Tide’. In her address, she said Tide Plus, in its own cheeky avatar, gives brilliant whiteness even for tough areas like collars. P&G India Fabric Care, brand manager, Priyanka Goyal said the new product of Tide

  • Bhopal: Discussion on net maturity on February 27

    BHOPAL: Approach Education Society will organise an expert panel discussion on the advanced topic of Internet Maturity on February 27 at Hotel Palash. Experts from technical education, cyber security and school and college education will participate in this programme. Deepak Joshi, MoS, school education, technical education and skill development will be the chief guest of the programme.

  • Civic polls: Pankaja Munde offers to resign after Beed results

    Mumbai: Maharashtra minister Pankaja Munde on Thursday offered to quit the Devendra Fadnavis-led government in Maharashtra after BJP’s poor performance in the local body polls in her constituency in Beed district.

  • Bhopal: Online tests for Guru Awards on February 25, 26

    BHOPAL: With an exceptional benchmark, which was set at the CII SIS-Tech Guru Awards last year, SISTec College is again ready with conducting the second edition of CII SIS-Tech Guru Awards. On February 25 and 26 engineering faculties from across the country and abroad will participate in an online test with respect to their individual streams of specialisation like mechanical, electrical, electronics, computer science, IT and more. A panel of experts from

  • Civic polls: Huge majority in Nashik as well for BJP

    Nashik: It was a day of upsets for top leaders as the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) sprung a surprise victory and with 63 seats won a huge majority in the 122-member Nashik Municipal Corporation (NMC). The BJP victory also threw off predictions of pollsters, who had given a majority to the Shiv Sena.

  • Bhopal: Nirankaris clean railway station, get praise

    BHOPAL: More than 500 volunteers of Sant Nirankari Mission observed “Guru Puja Diwas” on Thursday by carrying out a cleanliness drive near the two-wheeler parking area on platform number one side of the Bhopal Railway Station. Under the leadership of Ashok Juneja, convener of the Bhopal branch of the Mission and Sewadal Sanchalak Akhilesh Yadav, the volunteers removed garbage and dust.

  • Bhopal: Positions in varsity ECs up for sale said ABVP

    BHOPAL: Members of the executive councils in universities in the state are being appointed in return for money, alleged state general secretary of Akhil Bhartiya Vidhayarthi Parishad Bunty Chouhan while addressing a press conference here on Thursday.