Free Press Journal
  • Supreme Court to hear Justice Loya death case

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court will today hear pleas filed by three petitioners seeking a SIT probe into the alleged mysterious death of CBI judge Justice B.H. Loya.

  • Bhopal: Samman Suraksha Swaraksha Samvad from Jan 24

    Bhopal: Woman and Child Development Department (WCD) is going to launch an awareness campaign ‘Samman Suraksha Swaraksha Samvad’ to make women and children aware of their legal rights from January 24. The campaign will be held all 1061 police stations in the state.

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    Daily Horoscope for Monday, January 22, 2018

    Want to know what’s in store today for you? Read our Daily Horoscope by Nilikash P. Pradhan, and find out what your Sun Sign says about the day that will be.

  • Bhopal: BU central library has nothing much to offer

    Bhopal: Central Library of the Barkatullah University, sans regular up-gradation and proper maintenance is struggling hard to fulfill the requirements of the students. The building of the library, situated in the heart of the campus, is in pathetic state lacking basic amenities like proper sitting space and sanitation. However, the issue bothering students the most is absence of necessary books, new as well as old editions and the study material. With no

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    Bhopal: After 20 long years, teachers’ patience and persistence pays off

    Bhopal: It took 20 years, but their patience and persistence paid off. The teachers, who so far were working under Panchayat Department, will now work as regular teachers under the education department. Intensifying their protests, recently several teachers, including four women, tonsured their heads demanding that the state government include them in the education department as regular teachers and provided them facilities given to government employees. The tonsure’ protest which spread to

  • Bhopal: Alarming statistics: 6 kids abandoned daily, 16 infants monthly in State

    Bhopal: Incidents of abandoning children, including newborns and infants are on the rise in the state. As far as statistics goes six children are abandoned daily and 16 newborns or infants monthly in the state, reveals Dial 100 service data. If figures available with the Dial 100 integrated police emergency response service is anything to go by, then cases of children being abandoned by their kin is alarmingly rising in the state,

  • Bhayandar: BJP’s move to lock MBMC offices invites Shiv Sena’s wrath

    Bhayandar: The step by the BJP-led governance to lock and boycott their offices in the main administrative building of the Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC) to protest civic chief’s autocratic style of functioning has drawn flak not only from the opposition and bureaucracy, but also from citizens and local social activists.

  • Maharashtra government to launch weather advisory system for farmers

    Mumbai: The Maharashtra government is all set to introduce a system to issue daily district-wise weather advisory to farmers across the state. “The system has a capacity to generate weather alerts for every ten minutes, if required. The state is taking a step forward to explore the possibility of issuing weather advisory for farmers to minimise their crop losses due to adverse weather conditions,” Agriculture Commissioner Sachindra Pratap Singh told PTI.

  • Bhayandar: MBMC to go back to NCC system for its bus fleet

    Bhayandar: Just when it appeared that the public transport system of the twin-city was getting ready for a makeover, the year-long process of appointing a private agency to operate Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation’s (MBMC) fleet of buses is back to square one, even as the existing services goes from bad to worse.

  • Bhopal: Ajay Gupta appointed AICC legal cell chief

    Bhopal: Advocate Ajay Gupta has been appointed as a state chairman of the legal, Human Rights and RTI, on Sunday. On the recommendations of the state Congress president Arun Yadav, MP and chairman of AICC legal, Human Rights and RTI department Vivek Tankha, a 50-member legal cell was appointed.

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    Bhopal: Berojgar Sena members hold protest, demand ‘Shikshit Yuva Guarantee Act’

    Bhopal: Neatly clad in formal attire wearing tie, members of Berojgar Sena holding their degrees staged demonstration at Board Office on Sunday to bring to government’s notice the increasing unemployment in the state. The protestors were demanding enforcement of “Shikshit Yuva Guarantee Act”.

  • Ujjain: Rangoli competition overwhelms people

    Ujjain: Lions Club Ujjain Kshipra organised ‘14th Rangoli Banao’ competition on Sunday. The participants made attractive rangolies on mother and motherland.

  • Pune: 39-year-old man beaten to death over parking row

    Pune: A 39-year-old IT professional was allegedly beaten to death by three people after he objected to parking vehicles in front of his bungalow in Kondhwa area here, said police. The incident took place on Friday night. Sriganesh Raskar (31), Yogesh Kadwe (22) and Vikram Bhombe (31) were arrested on Saturday, police said. The victim was identified as N B Battiwala.

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    Mumbai: Appointments to public bodies must be based on talent, observes Bombay High Court

    Mumbai: Observing that appointments to all public bodies must solely be based on “talent”, the Bombay High Court has denied relief to a group of lower cadre employees of the city civic body seeking that they be absorbed against the existing vacancies for clerks. A bench of Justices S C Dharamadhikari and Bharati Dangre recently held that since the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) was a public body, it was required to maintain