Free Press Journal
  • Indore – CM launches projects worth Rs 940 cr

    Indore : In election year, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan laid foundation stones of various developmental projects worth Rs 940 crore here on Saturday.

  • Medical college’s new building opposed as Muslims stake claim

    BHOPAL : The administration of Gandhi Medical College is facing stiff challenge from the religious leaders who have opposed construction of college’s new building near intensive care unit on the campus. The leaders of Muslim community said that there can be no construction as the land belongs to a mosque.

  • Guv-designate to pay obeisance to Lord Mahakaal before oath

    BHOPAL: Anandiben Patel, the Governor-designate of the state, will reach Bhopal via Ujjain on January 23 for her swearing-in ceremony. She will offer prayers at Mahakaleshwar Temple in Ujjain before flying to the capital. She is likely to reach Ujjain on night of January 22.

  • Anti-BJP sentiments surface in dozen-plus assembly seats

    BHOPAL : The outcome of civic body polls in the tribal-dominated Dhar and Badwani districts does not augur well for BJP. The party not only faced reverses in the two districts but also fared poorly in the other districts where municipal polls were held. It also failed to win the confidence of the electorate in recent elections.

  • Chouhan Inaugurates bone marrow transplant unit

    Indore : Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s short visit to the biggest state-run medical facility Maharaja Yashwantrao Hospital proved dear for patients and their attendants, who had to face misbehavior of guards and bouncers of the hospital for three hours, on Saturday.

  • Future of MBBS students hangs in balance

    BHOPAL : The future of first year MBBS students who took admission in RKDF Medical College still hangs in balance though Supreme Court has ordered to accommodate them in different medical colleges. The students are running from pillar to post to get admission.

  • Leopard dies of electrocution in Seoni dist, farmer held

    BHOPAL : A leopard died of electrocution in Seoni district on intervening night of Friday-Saturday  after it fell in a trap of live wire laid at a farm for protection of crops. The farmer has been arrested under Wild Life Act.

  • Australian Open – Kerber downs Sharapova

    Angelique Kerber roared out of the blocks and ruthlessly crushed Maria Sharapova in a battle of former champions at the Australian Open. The 2016 winner sped into a 4-1 first set lead with a display of effervescent hitting in their hotly-anticipated third-round encounter. Sharapova, the Melbourne Park champion here 10 years ago, was sent packing in just 64 minutes as a resurgent 21st seed dismantled her 6-1, 6-3.

  • Body in Idgah: Humiliation drove man to kill father-in-law

    BHOPAL : The Barasia police arrested a person and claimed to have solved mystery behind the body found in Idgah. The body of 42-year-old Parwat Singh Mehar of Laxminarayan Nagar was found on January 16. There were strangulation marks around the neck.

  • Indore News – Police bust thieves’ gang, arrest 10 members

    Indore : City Crime Branch on Saturday arrested 10 members of a gang involved in thefts at mobile and electronics showrooms and recovered stolen goods worth Rs 8 lakh from them. A search is on for the kingpin of the gang.

  • International Spiritual Film Festival draws blank

     BHOPAL  : Zero. That was the number of audience at Tribal Museum when the film, Path to Happiness, was being screened on Saturday afternoon. The show was a part of the five-day International Spiritual Film Festival India (ISFFI) – 2018.

  • Repair damaged roads, pipelines immediately: CM

    BHOPAL : Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, reviewing the progress of developmental works at Pragati Online at Mantralaya on Saturday, said the

  • Death sentence for six accused Sonai triple murder

    Nashik : All six accused in the Sonai triple case were sentenced to death by hanging by the Nashik additional sessions judge R R Vaishnav on Saturday. The six convicted persons have been charged with the pre-planned and cold-blooded murder of 3 Dalit men, one of whom was in love with one of the convict’s daughter.

  • Bombs in Bodh Gaya, ATS launches probe

    Patna : The Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) of Bihar Police has launched a probe after two bombs were found on Friday night at Bodh Gaya where the Dalai Lama is at present on a visit, a top police official said on Saturday.