Free Press Journal
  • IPL 2017: Sehwag, Sunny Leone having a gala time on masala commentary

    What happens when the King of Twitter and Queen of Hearts team up? Full entertainment! The masala pair, former Indian opener Virender Sehwag and Bollywood actress Sunny Leone came together for Masala commentary of IPL 2017. The duo had fun while doing live commentary for the Delhi Daredevils vs Sunrisers Hyderabad match played at the Feroz Shah Kotla stadium last night. The funny man, Viru, was at his best as he cracked

  • Bhopal: January-December financial year in state; budget session in Dec

    BHOPAL: Instead of April-March, the financial year in the state will begin from January 1 and end on December 31 from the next year. Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan announced this at a meeting of ministers and officers here on Tuesday.

  • Bhopal: Cabinet clears living entity status for Narmada

    BHOPAL: Giving concrete shape to the Madhya Pradesh chief minister’s announcement at Mandla on April 23 regarding giving Narmada the status of a living entity, the state cabinet, on Tuesday, cleared a resolution for giving Narmada the status of a juridical person / living entity. The resolution will be presented the Vidhan Sabha on Wednesday. An official press release that the decision had been taken in view of the history and importance

  • Bhopal: Chief Minister, ministers enjoy ‘tiffin party’ in cabinet room

    BHOPAL: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan implemented launching his campaign of holding ‘tiffin parties’ with BJP workers in all districts of the state on Tuesday from Mantralaya. Tiffin carriers laden with food were sent to Mantralaya from the residences of the ministers. They ate the food together.   Besides Chouhan, ministers Rustam Singh, Vishwas Sarang, Archana Chitnis and Sanjay Pathak had brought extra food, which they shared with their colleagues.

  • Bhopal: 8 Madhya Pradesh cities among 25 cleanest in country

    BHOPAL: Eight cities of Madhya Pradesh figure in the top 25 cities and towns in the country in the ‘Swachchta Sarvekshan -2017’conducted in 500 cities across India. These cities include Bhopal, Indore, Gwalior, Ujjain, Khargone, Sagar, Rewa and Pithampur. Chairpersons of municipalities and mayors of municipal corporations of these cities will be honoured at New Delhi on May 4.

  • Government moots decontrol of pulses, cereals

    Mumbai: In order to break the monopoly of traders and political control over the Agricultural Produce Market Committee (APMC), the state Agriculture Ministry has mooted the proposal for decontrol of pulses and cereals. This move will enable the farmers to sell their produce directly in the open market.

  • Bhopal: Government agencies shouldn’t fight like enemy nations says Chouhan

    BHOPAL: While addressing a meeting of ministers and officers here on Tuesday, CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan said government departments and agencies should not fight with each other like enemy nations. He made this comment when higher education minister Umashankar Gupta said the PHE was planning to move court against Bhopal Municipal Corporation.

  • Bhopal: PCCF suspended for force-closing CM Helpline complaint

    BHOPAL: While hearing the complaints of the public during Samadhan Online here on Tuesday, CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan ordered the suspension of PCCF LK Choudhary and CEO of Sardarpur Janpad Panchayat in Dhar district. Both the officers had force-closed complaints made on CM Helpline. Choudhary had force-closed a complaint made by Firoz Khan of Bagh village of Dhar district regarding non-receipt of payment for sand supplied by him to the forest department.

  • Bhopal: Congress launches ‘Pol-Khol Choupal’ from Budhni

    BHOPAL: The Congress organised ‘Pol-khol Chaupal’ in Budhni, represented by CM Shivraj Singh on Tuesday. The ‘chaupal’ was organised by state Congress president Arun Yadav, leader of opposition Ajay Singh, MLA Jaivardhan Singh and others.

  • Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Police to recruit 14,000 constables

    BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh police are going to recruit around 14,000 constables and other ranks shortly. The candidates of reserved categories will not be appointed against general category posts if they take benefit of any of the exemptions available to them i.e. relaxation in upper age limit or physical specifications. The recruitments will be made in keeping with the Supreme Court’s judgment of April 6.

  • Triple talaq victims demand justice

    Mumbai: Leading political parties continue warring over triple talaq but some Muslim women have come out to draw the attention towards their suffering. Victims of triple talaq, Neha Javed Khan, Shabnam Adil Khan, Safia Danish Ansari and Nasira Wasim Shaikh, are some voices demanding justice for being left in the lurch by their husbands.

  • Bhopal: RTO to start action against vehicles using hooters

    BHOPAL: The regional transport office (RTO) would soon start a drive in the city to take action against vehicles running with hooters installed on them. A few days ago, Prime Minister Narendra Modi in one of his address, banned the use of beacons on vehicles used by any government official irrespective of his/her stature.

  • Bhopal: Action against 13 illegal meat shops

    BHOPAL: Bhopal Municipal Corporation, on Tuesday, took action against 13 illegal meat shops running near Qazi Camp area and Noormahal Road in its ongoing drive against illegal meat shops operating in different parts of the city.

  • Bhopal: Foodgrain collection for land rights movement begins

    BHOPAL: The work of collection of foodgrains for the ‘Bhumi Sudhar Jan Andolan’ to be launched in 2018 for securing the land rights of the poor and the deprived sections of society has begun. The movement will be launched all over the country and at least one lakh satyagrahis will take part in it.

  • Bhopal: Why med examination of rape victim took 9 hours, asks Human Rights Commission

    BHOPAL: MP Human Rights Commission has taken cognisance of the media reports of a nine-hour delay in the medical examination of a minor rape victim of Aishbgah area. The Commission has sought to know from the DIG, Bhopal range, superintendent, Sultania Hospital and CMHO whether it was really so and, if yes, why.

  • Bhopal: ‘25,000 houses for the police in next five years’

    BHOPAL: “The state government is trying to provide each and every facility to the police officers and other employees. In coming five years the government will provide 25,000 houses for the police force around the state,” said home minister Bhupendra Singh Thakur in a function to inaugurate the housing colony at Idgah Hills, on Tuesday.

  • Bhopal: Builders fined for not providing toilet to construction workers

    BHOPAL: Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Tuesday took action against three builders and colonisers allegedly for not providing toilet facility to the labourers working in their construction sites in different parts of the city. BMC had been taking regular actions against builders and colonisers not providing the toilet facility to the workers under the Swachh Bharat Mission.