Free Press Journal
  • Narmada Samagra Trust to get Anil Dave’s house, car

    Bhopal : Anil Dave, who had willed that no memorial should be constructed in his name nor his statue installed after his death, had not built any property in his long political career. The house in the Shivaji Nagar locality of the city, in which he used to live, was bought in the name of Narmada Samagra Trust founded by him, so that it could be put to appropriate use by the

  • HC stays Prof Tripathi’s demotion by DAVV

    My appointment as professor was made as per recruitment norms laid down by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE). Despite AICTE’s letter to DAVV, confirming my appointment was legal, it was quashed  Prof BK Tripathi.

  • Cong blames CM for failing to shut down liquor shops

    BHOPAL : Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan announced in April that liquor shops in the state would be shut down in a phased manner, including curtailing liquor shops near residential colonies, religious places and education institutions. Despite the announcement, the liquor shops continue to operate around such places defying the protests by the residents, especially women and children.

  • If the heat gets too irritable, it might be SAD symptom

    BHOPAL : 37-year-old Sarita (name changed) suffers same problems in summers every year. Generally jovial in nature, Sarita often shows symptoms like getting irritated, upset and sad in summers. Many considered that she might have caught loo or was suffering heat stroke. Someone among her family friends suggested her that she visited a psychiatrist for her bad mood. When she went to a psychiatrist it was found that since last four seasons

  • Heat condition to continue, be aware of waterborne diseases

    Indore : The city has been experiencing severe heat conditions, with blazing sun raising day as well as night temperature, making it uncomfortable for citizens to even have a good sleep after the day’s hard work.

  • Mandloi is commissioner, higher education

    BHOPAL: The state government has appointed Neeraj Mandloi, an IAS officer of 1993 batch,   as commissioner, higher education and project director, national higher education mission. Mandloi has returned to the state from Central deputation. On his taking charge, principal secretary, higher education Ashish Upadhyay will be relieved of the additional charge of commissioner.

  • Start-ups record over 56% rise in three years

    Indore : In a recent study conducted by management student Deepak Sharma, it was found that start-ups have grown variably (from 11.9 per cent to 68.3 per cent, an increase of 56.4 per cent) in last three years and have grown majorly in food industry (30.2 per cent) and e-commerce (27 per cent).

  • AIR bags int’l award for best documentary on environment

    BHOPAL : All India Radio Bhopal bagged an international award for its documentary ‘Keep Coming Nanu Thangu’. The documentary has been declared as best programme on climate change by Asia Pacific Broadcasting Union. The award was declared during the 3rd ABU Media Summit on Climate Change held in Dhaka. It carries a trophy and a cash prize of $1,000. The Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU) is an association of broadcasting organisations with 280

  • Ziqitza gives in, allows workers to rejoin

    BHOPAL : Finally Ziqitza Healthcare Limited (ZHL) allowed the striking staffers of 108 emergency ambulance to join their services after the 14th day, on Saturday. The workers started doing their work from Saturday.

  • Man stabbed over refusing money for liquor

    Indore : Four miscreants stabbed a man and injured him critically after he refused to give money for liquor under Chandan Nagar area. The police are searching for the accused.

  • Ensure adequate availability of drinking water: Commissioner

    MORENA : Shivanand Dubey, commissioner of Chambal division, has directed officers of the PHE department to take tough action against persons who have installed motors to draw water from government hand pumps. He said the collectors should organise meetings in their districts and issue directives to this effect.

  • Yash Hospital sealed Was not following norms

    BHOPAL : Yash Hospital situated at Hoshangabad Road has been sealed after investigating teams found that the hospital was not following the rules. It was complained that a doctor had demanded Rs 1 lakh for abortion in the month of March. After the complaint, a recording was presented to CMHO Dr Veena Sinha. She framed a committee of Dr NU Khan and SDM Nilambar Mishra for investigation of the complaint. In a

  • 24-yr-old man commits suicide

    BHOPAL : A 24-year-old man allegedly committed suicide by hanging self from the ceiling fan of his house on Saturday morning at Misrod here. No suicide note was found but there was a possibility that he took the extreme step following an altercation with his father-in-law, the police said.

  • Co-op inspector suspended

    Indore: Collector P Narhari inspected working of cooperative societies on Friday. SDM Ajay Dev Sharma also accompanied the collector during the inspection.

  • E-commerce expert explains future possibilities to aspiring engineers

    Indore : Indore Management Association Student Chapter organised a seminar on “What Future Has in Store for our Budding Engineers” for engineering students at Acropolis Institute of Technology & Research, Mangliya, Indore.

  • Two held in Damoh for carrying `beef’

    Damoh : Madhya Pradesh police have arrested two persons for allegedly carrying beef. Acting on a tip-off, police intercepted a car on Damoh-Katni road on the night of May 18 and found 200 kg of beef in five polythene packs inside.