Free Press Journal
  • Justice Hemant Gupta sworn in as CJ

    BHOPAL : Justice Hemant Gupta was sworn in as the chief justice of the Jabalpur High Court by  Governor OP Kohli at a function at Raj Bhawan here on Saturday.

  • Dalai Lama in Bhopal, to join Narmada Yatra

    BHOPAL : Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama, arrived here by a special aircraft on Saturday afternoon on a three-day visit.

  • Suspense over death of 6-yr-old continues

    BHOPAL : Suspense continues to loom large over the death of 6-year-old Atia in Koh-e-Fiza as the postmortem report has not been handed over to the police so far.

  • Changing weather paves way for viral attack

    BHOPAL : The change in weather has brought viral diseases along. Very pleasant weather is not good for health, say doctors. The sudden rise and drop in temperatures during the days and nights and the festive season has only helped the spread of viral diseases. The hot weather during the day makes the body demand cold fluid, which harms the body. According to Dr SS Bhambhal, pediatrician, even though the weather is

  • NIA questions train blast accused on ISIS posters in Bihar

    BHOPAL : After the discovery of ISIS posters stuck on an electric pole in Rohtas district of Bihar, NIA, which is probing the Bhopal-Ujjain train bomb blast case, is questioning the accused in the case to find out if they have any connection with the posters. The accused are said to be ISIS supporters.

  • BHEL, BMC staff’s houses burgled

    BHOPAL : Miscreants targeted houses of a BHEL and BMC employee in last 24 hours and decamped with items worth Rs 3 lakh.  BHEL employee lives in C-Sector Piplani under Piplani police station while BMC employees live in Chhola.

  • Good news for farmers: RRCAT ‘offers’ to enhance shelf-life of vegetables

    Indore : In what could be good news to local farmers growing fruits and vegetables, Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology (RRCAT) has announced plans to set up an Agricultural Radiation Processing Facility at Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar (DABH) Fruits and Vegetables Mandi for enhancing shelf-life of agricultural products.

  • Importance of corporate governance rising year on year: Pingle

    Indore : Local chapter of Institute of Companies Secretaries of India (ICSI) organised an exclusive session on ‘Corporate governance issues in recent scenario’ here at Preetamlal Dua auditorium on Saturday.

  • Create Stories to organise Khwabon Wali tomorrow

    Indore : To celebrate World Poetry Day on March 21, DS events is organising ‘CREATE Stories Khwabon Wali’ on March 20 in Euro Kids Pre-Primary School at Vijaynagar from 11 am to 12:30 pm.

  • Crime branch arrests two with illegal arms

    Indore : A joint team of city crime branch and Khajrana police on Saturday arrested two listed criminals – Vijay (27), a resident of B-94, behind Nyay Nagar, Khajrana and Akash (24), a resident of 68, Patel Nagar, Khajrana – with illegal arms.

  • Photography is his passion not profession

    Indore : Nurturing his interest into passion, 33-year-old S Raghunathan Iyer, an enthusiastic photographer, ventures out into the wild every week to bring rare pictures of wildlife around the city. Human resource executive by profession, his first love is photography.

  • Fireworks as Abdul Basit denies Pakistan supports terror

    Mumbai : India and Pakistan need to start a new journey and work together to fight terrorism and bring peace in the region, Pakistani High Commissioner Abdul Basit said on Saturday, toeing the usual line of denialism about terror camps in his country.

  • Suresh Prabhu pledges to modernise Indian railways

    Mumbai : Union Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu on Saturday emphasised that he would go ahead with his motto to modernise Indian railways. Prabhu was in the city to flag off several special trains and passenger amenities at a function conducted at Lokmanya Tilak Terminus (LTT).

  • Sena to CM: Say sorry to farmers 

    Mumbai: The Shiv Sena on Saturday asked Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis to apologise to farmers in the state, claiming he had ‘deceived’ them with fake promises of loan waiver during the 2014 Assembly polls.

  • Corporators demand details of unused funds from corp

    Mumbai : Municipal Commissioner Ajoy Mehta was expected to submit his report on the first point of order which was raised by Yashwant Jadhav, leader of the house during the second general body meeting which was held on Saturday. But as the civic chief was not present for the general body meeting, it was adjourned and it is called on Monday.