Free Press Journal
  • US to impose tariffs on steel, aluminum imports: Donald Trump

    Washington: US President Donald Trump said here on Thursday that he would impose tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum products, in a move he said would protect US industry, but which experts said could hurt US producers and face legal challenges from trade partners.

  • Indore: MYH all set for maiden bone marrow transplant in any government facility in state

    Indore: The biggest government run medical facility of state, Maharaja Yashwantrao Hospital (MYH) is all set to conduct the first bone marrow transplant in any government unit in the state. The hospital administration has completed necessary preparations for conducting the transplant scheduled on March 3 and even got two patients suffering from multiple myeloma, ready for the transplant.

  • Indore: Prime accused of robbery at trader’s house held

    Indore: City crime branch on Thursday nabbed the kingpin of a gang involved in robbery at the house of a hardware trader in Rau area. The accused also confessed to have committed about a dozen thefts along with his five accomplices in the city.

  • Indore: DET on April 15, MPhil entrance test on June 3

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) on Friday declared dates for doctoral entrance test (DET) and MPhil entrance test, days after it announced plans to hold separate exams for the two courses this year.

  • Bhopal: Medical services paralysed as ambulance drivers join strike

    BHOPAL: Medical services paralysed in the state on Thursday after ambulance drivers went  on strike. Emergency Medical Ambulance Service (EMAS) popularly known as 108 Ambulance Service was paralysed due to drivers’ strike, which continued for second day on Thursday. The employees are on strike for last six days. Now, drivers have joined them to protest against low salaries.

  • Indore: Pre-monsoon period will be warmer

    Indore: The pre-monsoon period from March to May will be warmer than normal and several parts of central as well as north parts of the state including Indore will experience temperatures at least a degree hotter than average temperatures during the season.

  • Ujjain: District Disabled Rehabilitation Centre inaugurated in city

    Ujjain: Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya District Disabled Rehabilitation Centre was inaugurated at the civil hospital premises on Thursday, under the joint aegis of the social justice and disabled welfare department and the district administration. Chief guest minister of social justice and empowerment Thawarchand Gehlot and energy minister Paras Jain flagged off the country’s first ultra modern advance life support ambulance and mobility van/ambulance for the disabled and senior citizens after the inauguration. Pandit Deendayal

  • Ujjain: International Conference on Women’s Discussion concludes

    Ujjain: An international conference on ‘Women Discussion – Traditions and new dimensions’ was held at Triveni Museum (Interpretation Center) jointly organised by Triveni Art Museum and Aksharvarta Shodhpatrika. At the inaugural ceremony of conference, dance maestro from Pennsylvania, USA, Dr Amba Sara Kodwell and Dr Sharad Alok Shukla from Oslo, Norway spoke on the topic. Padmashree recipient Prahlad Tipania was special invitee. Vikram University proctor Prof Shailendra Kumar Sharma explained the subject

  • Bhopal: Holi is worth celebrating, say residents

    Bhopal: Festival of colours, Holi, does not recognise any boundary. Cutting across professions, caste and creeds, people come forward for celebrations. In Bhopal, residents plan to celebrate it in different ways. Some prefer family get-togethers while some like to organise open-air bashes where one can play with colours and enjoy.

  • Bhopal: Jaibhan, Arya fail to draw voters to BJP; Bhupendra, Vishwas do better

    Bhopal: The state BJP will conduct an elaborate exercise to gauge the performance of the ministers who were asked to campaign in different areas of the Mungaoli and Kolaras assembly constituencies. Ministers Jaibhan Singh Pawaiya, Bhupendra Singh, Rustam Singh and Rampal Singh were deployed in Mungaoli while Narottam Mishra, Vishwas Sarang, Lal Singh Arya and Yashodhararaje Scindia were asked to campaign in Kolaras.

  • Bhopal: Authorities struggle to reduce road congestion

    Bhopal: In last five years, the numbers of cars on the roads have doubled but the roads have not expanded accordingly. In 2012, the numbers of cars in the state were 4.93 lakh but the number increased to 8.77 lakh in in 2017 that put pressure on parking space and on the roads. The taxi vehicles including three-wheelers have more than doubled.

  • Water scarcity stares at Bhopal; BMC gears up to meet crisis

    Bhopal: The city is likely to face drought like situation this year due to the falling level of local water sources. Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) has prepared itself for it and has started process to float tenders for renting water tankers.