Free Press Journal
  • Congress demands Dhurve’s suspension

    BHOPAL : State Congress president Arun Yadav, on Saturday, demanded to suspend food and civil supplies minister OP Dhurve from his ministerial post. The minister remained camped in Bandhavgarh constituency after the set time decided by the Election Commission of India.

  • Hamidia specialists rush to Bansal Hosp, collect donor’s eyes at 3 am

    BHOPAL: Team of the eye department at Hamidia Hospital has set an example by collecting the eyes of a donor at 3 in the morning. Sushma Mantri, 49, got a cardiac arrest late at night after which she was admitted to Bansal Hospital, where she breathed her last. It was her wish to donate her eyes and thus her relatives contacted the eye department of Hamidia Hospital, which sent a team to

  • Down Syndrome camp: 82 kids turn up for checkup at JP Hosp

    BHOPAL : At least 82 children with Down Syndrome were diagnosed and treated at the three-day camp organised at IEC Bureau, JP Hospital from April 6-8. Before the camp, 90 children were identified for treatment and diagnosis at the camp, out of which 82 children appeared for the checkup, out of which three have been recommended for surgery as well.

  • ‘Seven MPWLC composite hubs to come up in state soon’

    BHOPAL : In realising the government’s dream of ensuring each and every grain in secure hands, MP Warehousing & Logistics Corporation (MPWLC) has an important role to play. The corporation is taking up new initiatives to fulfil the instructions and wishes of CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan, food minister OP Dhurve and chairman Rajendra Singh Rajput.

  • Hubby choked Tanu to death, hacked body into pieces

    Indore : Crime branch arrested a man on Saturday and claimed to have cracked Tanu Rajoriya missing case. The cops claimed that the accused, identified Chandan, was married to Tanu and had killed her with help from an alleged journalist. He was arrested from Goyal Nagar under Tilak Nagar police station.

  • Top cops, families have fun time on concluding day of 2-day meet

    Police officials participated in the in-house activities including games along with their families and enjoyed the day a lot on Saturday, the concluding day of the two-day IPS Service Meet at People’s Mall. They participated in various games like spoon race, ball in the basket and couple game- match the card carrying the balloons to the finishing line and had great fun. In couple game, Mahesh Jain, Makrand Deoulkar and Shashikant Shukla

  • Kailash Kher regales at IPS meet

    Organised by IPS Association, the two-day ‘IPS Officer Meet’ concluded with live performance of sufi singer Kailash Kher under a concert ‘Jazbe Ko Salam’ at Lal Parade Ground on Saturday. He began his performance with song ‘kaun hai woh…,’ of movie Bahubali. It was followed by some of his popular numbers including ‘mai to tere pyar ka deewana ho gaya…,’ ‘tauba teri surat …,’ which won huge round of applauses from the

  • Enjoy IPL on big screen at Marriott

    BHOPAL : You may experience the thrill of cricket on a big screen while having drinks of your choice at luxurious The Corner Bar at Courtyard by Marriott.

  • Another youth from India shot dead in America

    New Delhi : India has received a report on the shootout incident resulting in the death of its national in the US’ Washington state and is coordinating with the investigative agencies, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said on Saturday.

  • Smart city move will better life quality: CM

    Nagpur : Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Saturday said the objective of the Smart City project is to enhance the quality of life of citizens.