Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Former Congress MLA Parulekar sent to jail in defamation case

    BHOPAL: The Bhopal district court on Tuesday sentenced former Congress MLA Kalpana Parulekar to one year jail along with a fine of Rs 2,000. The court gave the decision in a defamation case registered against her by former principal secretary to MP Assembly, Bhagwandev Israni.

  • Bhopal: Ban on polythene carry bags from May 1 to save ‘Gaumata’

    BHOPAL: As part of its campaign to protect the ‘Gaumata’, the state government has decided to ban polythene in the state. The use of polythene carry bags would become illegal from May 1. The decision was taken by the state cabinet on Tuesday with a view to protecting cows from the diseases they acquire due to eating polythene.

  • Indore: Patwari, revenue inspectors strike affects work in tehsil

    Nagda: Extending solidarity with the Patwari and Revenue Inspectors Union, Bhopal, which has been protesting over their six-point demands, all the patwaris and revenue inspectors employed in Nagda tehsil here went on a strike on Monday.

  • Indore: Armed gang robs farmers of standing opium crops worth lakhs

    Malhargarh: In a fresh incident of attack on opium growers in the area, about 12 to 15 armed robbers thrashed a father and his son and robbed standing opium crops produced on eight bigha land worth over lakhs of rupees. The incident occurred in the intervening night of Tuesday at the victims’ farm situated on Mhow–Neemuch Highway under Malhargarh police station limit.

  • Indore: 19-yr-old found pregnant in Central Jail

    BHOPAL: Bhopal Central Jail has again landed in controversy after a female inmate, who is in jail for alleged prostitution, was found pregnant followed by an abortion. The jail was in limelight when eight alleged SIMI activists escaped from there on October 31 last year.

  • Indore: Board result likely on May 12

    BHOPAL: MP Board of Secondary Education may declare Class 12 result on May 12. The evaluation work had completed up to 68 per cent till Tuesday. From the current year, the board will be going to provide digital mark sheet.

  • Indore: Youth held for sending obscene messages to woman

    Indore: We care for you branch of city police has arrested a youth for sending obscene messages to a woman on WhatsApp on Tuesday. According to sources, the complainant woman is a permanent resident of Manawar and presently residing under Rau police station area. In her complaint she stated that a man is harassing her by sending obscene messages through WhatsApp on her mobile phone.

  • Indore: ED seizes vital documents, two accused summoned

    Indore: Officials of Enforcement Directorate (ED) have seized some vital documents of money laundering by two accused in Rs 500 crore Katni scam. Following the seizure of documents, the ED has summoned the duo to its Indore based office next week.

  • Indore: Notorious Shakir Chacha on police remand

    Indore: Malharganj police on Tuesday took notorious miscreant Shakir Chacha on remand for threatening local businessmen with his associates.

  • Indore: Traffic chaos mars Narsingh Bazaar crossing

    Indore: The chaotic crossing of Narsingh Bazaar Square at city’s busiest Jawahar Marg always creates problems for commuters and other road-users regularly. There are traffic signals on this square, but drivers normally do not care for these signals in absence of traffic policemen.

  • Indore: Failed love marriage transforms her into an inspiring soul

    Indore: Perfect life does not make successful people rather it is hurdles and pebbles that transform a normal human being into an inspiring soul. A woman is born with numerous innate talents, but it is this test of time that brings out her qualities.

  • Indore: DS Events to celebrate World Cycle Day with Funzania

    Indore: Celebrating ‘World Cycle Day’ on Sunday, April 16, DS Events has organised ‘Funzania – The Play Town’ where various activities, games and zumba would be organised from 11 am to 2 pm at Mars Cafe.

  • Indore: Environmental film festival from tomorrow at GSIMR auditorium

    Indore: The Nature Volunteers (TNV), CMS Vatavaran New Delhi in association with Govindram Sakseria Institute of Management and Research (GSIMR) have organised environmental film festival from April 13 to 15. Various documentaries and movies relating to environment would be premiered from 6 pm to 8 pm at GSIMR auditorium.

  • Indore: City docs to join protest against government move

    Indore: City doctors decided join the protest launched by their counterpart in Bhopal against government move for not giving service benefit to PG aspirants. Doctors will stage demonstration under the banner of Madhya Pradesh Medical Officers’ Association and will attend duty donning black ribbons.

  • Indore: IIM-I study exposes numerous loopholes in pre-delivery stage

    Indore: A study conducted by Indian Institute of Management Indore on Madhya Pradesh Public Service Guarantee Act-2010 exposed several loopholes at pre-delivery stage which the institute said are required to be removed for smooth delivery of public services in the state.