Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Cyber cell arrests man duping people with cheques of nil-balance

    Bhopal: The state cyber cell of MP police arrested a man accused of duping people by paying cheques of nil-balance bank accounts to the sellers after purchasing items from them through OLX on Wednesday from New Market locality here. The accused made a fake profile on OLX by disguising himself as a woman, police said.

  • Does Johnny Depp want to kill Trump?

    London: Johnny Depp has made his disdain for President Donald Trump more than clear. But his recent quip has left people wondering if his intentions are a little more than just nefarious. During an appearance at Glastonbury, the actor received a huge ovation at Cineramageddon and introduced his 2004 film ‘The Libertine’ along with director Julian Temple, but soon began to talk about the President of the United States Donald Trump, reports

  • Presidential election: PM Modi to accompany Kovind for filing nomination

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will accompany National Democratic Alliance (NDA) presidential nominee Ram Nath Kovind to the Parliament House today to file his nomination to be the 15th President of India. The Prime Minister took to his Twitter handle to confirm the same.

  • Mumbai: Bizarre! How two Chemistry graduates wound up in jail over a drug start-up

    Mumbai: In a shocking turn of events, two chemistry graduates Rajkumar Naidu, 36, from Karnataka, and Harischandra Nanasaheb Dorge, 51, from Pune landed up in jail for creating a drug start-up. The two organic chemistry majors used their knowledge of chemicals to set up factories that made Mephedrone, or MD — a dangerous synthetic drug that has become hugely popular in Mumbai by its street name meow-meow and it has endangered many

  • Grow plants

    Bhopal: Govt timing wrong, plants will not survive, say environmentalists

    Bhopal: The Chouhan government is all to set to enter the Guinness Book of World Records by planting six crore saplings along the 1,300 km stretch of Narmada river in the state. But environmentalists say that the saplings will not survive as the water level in Narmada will rise once the monsoon gains momentum in state. According to Met department, monsoon is expected to hit the state in next 36 hours. The saplings

  • Manufactured facts cannot alter reality: India on Jadhav’s new confessional video

    New Delhi: Hours after Pakistan’s Inter-Service Public Relations (ISPR) released a statement in which it said that a mercy petition has been filed by alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav Pakistan’s Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Bajwa against his death sentence, India has said that it brings out the lack of transparency and farcical nature of proceedings against the Indian national on concocted charges.

  • Ashton Kutcher did Mila Kunis’ chemistry homework

    Los Angeles: Actor Ashton Kutcher revealed that he used to do his wife Mila Kunis’ chemistry homework when they co-starred in “That 70’s Show” almost 20 years ago. The 39-year-old actor said he was the “Bad Mom” actress’ first kiss on the period sitcom and it was nothing sort of weird for him, reported Female First.

  • Mumbai: RTO begins crackdown against ola and uber over new permits

    Mumbai: The Regional Transport Offices (RTO) in Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) on Thursday started a crackdown against vehicles being used by the drivers employed at app-bases taxi aggregators such as Ola and Uber over new permits. Ola and Uber had launched their services in Mumbai in 2014.

  • EXCLUSIVE: Govinda’s look revealed in the Anurag Basu film Jagga Jasoos

    By now we all know that Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif will next be seen sharing screen space in the Anurag Basu film Jagga Jasoos. Though the film has been in the making for quite a while now, it is slated to hit screens on July 14. Away from the film’s lead cast we hear that veteran actor Govinda who recently attempted making a comeback as the lead actor with the Aa

  • Bhopal: Major fire in Ravindra Bhavan, none injured

    Bhopal: A major fire broke out in the control room of Ravindra Bhavan’s auditorium due to short circuit on Thursday afternoon. However, no causalities or injuries were reported in the incident.

  • Bhopal: Soil mined illegally for railway line

    Bhopal: Thousands of cubic metres of soil and gravel have been illegally mined from different areas of the district for the earthwork of laying a railway track from Baranj to Chor Barehta. The 8-km line is being laid to facilitate the transport of coal to the NTPC super thermal power station coming up at Cheechli near Gadarwara in the district. The NTPC says that the work is being handled by Konkan Railways

  • Bhopal: Preparations for mass sapling plantation drive in full swing

    Bhopal: Preparations are in progress for plantation of over six crore saplings in a single day on coming July 2 in the state. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan today reviewed this ambitious programme at the ministry. He said that participation of every section of society must be ensured in this great campaign for conservation of environment. Intensive monitoring of district-wise preparations should be undertaken. Chief Secretary BP Singh was present at the

  • Bhopal: Man looted of Rs 50,000 by four miscreants

    Bhopal: Four unidentified men allegedly looted a 40-year-old man of Rs 50,000 after threatening to stab him with knives and thrashing him with canes in the wee hours of Thursday at Nazirabad locality here. The victim was going to sabji-mandi to buy tomatoes when the incident happened, police said.

  • Bhopal: Govt constitutes MP Agriculture Cost and Marketing Commission

    Bhopal: The “Madhya Pradesh Agriculture Cost and Marketing Commission” has been constituted to make recommendations regarding provision of better facilities of agricultural produce cost and marketing in state. The Commission’s tenure would be of two years. The agriculture welfare and agriculture development department will make administrative team and budget available as per requirement for the Commission. Orders related to provision of salary allowance and other facilities for the Commission Chairman and members will

  • Bhopal: Allottees have to take 5-yr guarantee on construction: RERA chairman

    Bhopal: Any contract made with Madhya Pradesh Housing Board/Developers and allottees will have to be fulfiled. Five-year guarantee of construction work will have to be taken and houses will have to constructed on time. If provisions of RERA Act are not complied with, the allottee can take payment with interest and compensation from them. RERA chairman Antony de Sa gave this information at a workshop of officials of Madhya Pradesh Housing Board.

  • Bhopal: BJP defaces houses without permission: Residents

    Bhopal: “How can my house be the house of BJP, they have defaced the house”, said Kanta Bai, a resident of 1100 quarters area. Bhartiya Janta Party is celebrating the Deen Dyal Janshatabdi Varsh and under the programme the party workers are contacting public and making party members.

  • ‘GST enforcement to be lenient initially for genuine mistakes’

    New Delhi, The government announced on Thursday it will be lenient in enforcing penal laws for violations during the initial period of implementation of Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime that comes into effect from July 1. “Our intention is to have a smooth landing of GST. Intention is not to harass everyone in the first month,” Revenue Secretary Hashmukh Adhia said here at a Town Hall session on GST.