Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Speed should not compromise quality: CS

    Hoshangabad: Chief secretary Basant Pratap Singh reviewed the status of pending revenue cases in the Hoshangabad district at a meeting here on Tuesday. He praised quick pace of disposal of cases in the division and directed revenue officials to update the records. The chief secretary inspected the British-era revenue records available at the archives of the collectorate and praised the authorities for preserving the old records properly.

  • Bhopal: Survey underway to assess popularity ratings of MLAs

    Bhopal: The ruling BJP is conducting surveys in constituencies of all ministers and party MLAs to assess where they stand vis-à-vis public image and popularity. The results of survey will be revealed by the chief minister to the persons concerned in one-to-one meetings.

  • Bhopal: SC cancels admission in MBBS, BDS; asks state to prepare fresh merit list

    Bhopal: The Supreme Court on Tuesday cancelled admission process for MBBS and BDS courses in the state. The court asked state government to prepare merit list afresh and complete the admission process in government and private medical colleges within 10 days. Principal secretary Gouri Singh said that fresh schedule would be announced on Wednesday.

  • Bhopal: Three SIMI activists get life imprisonment

    Bhopal: Seven members of Students’ Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) were on Tuesday awarded life imprisonment by a special NIA court here which found them guilty of attempting to murder two BJP youth wing leaders in Khandwa district in 2009. The convicted include four SIMI men who were killed in an encounter near here hours after they escaped from the Bhopal jail killing a guard on Diwali in October last year. ADJ

  • Mumbai rains: Local trains, traffic movement resumes

    Mumbai: Local trains in Mumbai are in the route to recovery as service in Mumbai’s Central and Western lines have resumed late night, on Tuesday.

  • Navy provides shelter to Mumbaikars stranded after heavy rains

    Mumbai: The Indian Navy has put up four rain shelters for Mumbaikars stranded away from their homes due to incessant rains and water logging in the city over the last 36 hours. This is in addition to almost 1700 Defence Civilians, including ladies, being accommodated with the Naval Dockyard, Mumbai and 400 civilian employees being accommodated at Anger and Noorbhoy building.

  • Mumbai: Local train services hit after Duronto express derails near Titwala

    Mumbai: At least nine coaches of an express train was derailed between Asangaon and Vasind stations as the heavy rains washed away part of the tracks near Titwala on Tuesday morning. The senior central railway officials said that the derailment was caused due to landslide.

  • Mumbai: Chembur boys hostel roof leaks, hundreds of students left stranded

    Mumbai: The Maharashtra government Santh Eknath boys hostel of Chembur which houses around hundred boys have experienced bad day during heavy rainfall on Tuesday. The roofs of the hostel room had leakage and floors were wet, leaving no space for students to protect themselves from heavy downpours.