Free Press Journal
  • ‘Swachh ranking all farce; honest survey would have placed Bhopal at 70th spot’, say corporators

    Bhopal: Bhopal municipal corporation (BMC) and district administration thumped its chest with much celebration after Bhopal was declared the second cleanest city in the country in the Swachh Survekshan 2017 (cleanliness survey) carried out in 500 cities. However, much to its contradiction, some corporators of wards falling in old city areas believed that the survey result was a farce, as level of cleanliness has rather deteriorated than improving.

  • BJP leader Kamal Patel to move NGT against illegal mining

    Bhopal: Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and former minister Kamal Patel has opened a front against his own party’s government. The day on which PM Modi is reaching Amarkantak for the conclusion of Narmada Yatra, Patel will be approaching the central bench of the NGT with complaint of illegal mining.

  • Hero always remains a hero: Arjun Kapoor

    The Half Girlfriend star talks to NIKITA WADHAWAN about his hero persona, comparison with Baahubali and Arjun the brand

  • Temperature on rise, hot winds add woes to city life in Bhopal

    Bhopal: The capital city of Madhya Pradesh saw a rise in temperature for third consecutive day with no sight of clouds over the city and hot winds flowing during the day time. Roads of the city majorly wore a deserted look due to increase in heat.

  • Congress corporators show ‘Gandhigiri’ and garland BJP leaders in Ujjain

    Nagda: Local Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders Raju Chaudhari and Anil Joshi filed a complaint against Congress corporators under the directions of senior leaders of party. In protest, Congress corporators of Nagda municipal council reached the residence of both the BJP leaders and garlanded them here on Saturday.

  • Teen boy among two killed in separate road accidents in Bhopal

    Bhopal: Two people, including a 12-year-old boy died in two separate road accidents on Sunday in Bhopal. In one of the incidents, a 22-year-old man died in a head-on collision of two motorbikes in Hanumanganh locality while a 12-year-old boy died after being mowed down by a speeding truck at Parwalia locality here.

  • Water ATMs bring smiles back on faces of villagers in Daloda

    Mandsaur: Daloda, a tiny village, 16-kilometre from the district headquarters in Mandsaur, Madhya Pradesh stopped waiting for the state government and their local politicians of various hues to give them the much-needed clean water.

  • Video: Animal lover Alia Bhatt releases turtle back into the sea

    Mumbai: Bollywood actress Alia Bhatt was recently spotted at a turtle rescue centre in Dahanu, Mumbai. The centre is run by Wildlife Conservation and Animal Welfare Association (WCAWA) and the actress played a part in releasing a turtle into the sea.

  • Nagda Consumer forum court orders WR to pay fine of Rs 7,000

    Ujjain: Nagda consumer forum court has issued order against Western Railway general manager, Mumbai, divisional manager, Ratlam and other officials concerned to pay a fine of Rs 7,000 to a couple on the charges of showing negligence by the railway department.

  • No examination or result greater than life: Chitnis

    Bhopal: All I want to say that no examination or result is greater than life. As you go up, you will be facing test of time and new challenges off and on. Every challenge will give you new experiences and learning which will shape your personality, posted woman and child development minister Archna Chitnis addressing the students of the state on her Facebook, on Sunday.

  • Kulbhushan Jadhav

    Saving Kulbhushan Jadhav: All about the India vs Pakistan battle at ICJ

    At the International Court of Justice (ICJ) both Indian and Pakistan will have 90 minutes each to present their case at the Hague, Netherlands. India will be represented by Harish Salve. He will make India’s submission first. Pakistan will produce its case later. India has centered its arguments around the denial of consular access by Pakistan, which is in violation of the Vienna convention rules.

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    Aadhaar-PAN linkage gets likes, but data leak big overhang

    New Delhi: The government’s move to link PAN with Aadhaar has got support from a large number of people, but a vast majority are concerned about their personal details getting leaked and being misused, two separate surveys show.

  • 20-year old youth killed over molesting girl

    Bhopal: A 20-year-old man was allegedly killed by a accused father-son duo at Govindpura Industrial area in Ashoka Garden and dumped body at a stone quarry in Ayodhya Nagar on Sunday. The man was allegedly killed over molesting the daughter of the accused in industrial area on Saturday but his body was recovered on Sunday. Earlier a missing person complaint was registered at Ashoka Garden area on Saturday, police said.

  • Video: ‘Thalaiva’ Rajinikanth meets fans after 9 years, speaks his heart out

    Chennai: Superstar Rajinikanth met his fans on Monday morning after 9 years. He cleared the air about his politics ambition and his upcoming new films. The meeting was held in Chennai at Raghavendra Mandapam. The other star also spotted at the event was veteran filmmaker SP Mathuraman.

  • MP witnesses 240% rise in student suicides in last 10 years

    Bhopal: Number of suicide committed by school students have increased drastically in the past few years. Earlier, there used to be sporadic suicide incidents in a whole year, but these days during exam time, especially board exams, the rate of such incidents spiked suddenly.

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    Raipur: Jawan injured in gun-battle with naxals, dies

    Raipur: A Special Task Force (STF) jawan, who was critically injured late last evening in an encounter with Naxals in Chhattisgarh’s Bijapur district, died today, police said.