Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Atal varsity embroiled in controversy over recruitment notice

    Bhopal: Atal Bihari Vajpayee Hindi Vishwavidyalaya is at the centre of controversy over alleged discrepancies in the recruitment notification. Even as the varsity administration claim that they are following all the guidelines of state government and UGC, the candidates have accused the administration of flouting the norms.

  • Commonwealth Games 2018: Complete medals tally, daily medallists of Gold Coast 2018

    Commonwealth Games 2018 has entered its third day and the competition is heating up. India as of now has five medals, including three gold medals after weightlifter Sathish Sivalingam winning gold in 77 kg category. Currently, Australia is at No 1 position with 41 medals, followed by England with 23 medals and India despite winning five medals is at No 3 place.

  • Bhopal: Same ’Oil Leakage’ story casue three separate incidents of money lifting

    Bhopal: MP Nagar police have registered a case of theft from a car to the tune of Rs 80thousand on Thursday evening. According to the police the complainant Ramesh Mohe said that his car was parked in near the Yes bank in Zone 1 of MP Nagar when an unidentified accused knocked the door of the car.

  • Bhopal: Govt sheltering accused, not letting police act: Singh

    Bhopal: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan is sheltering accused in Priti Raghuvanshi suicide case, alleged Leader of Opposition Ajay Singh while addressing a public meeting at Iqbal Maidan on the conclusion of Nyay Yatra, here on Friday.
    The two-day Yatra was taken out form the native place of deceased Priti Raghuvanshi, the daughter-in-law of the PWD minister Rampal Singh.

  • Bhopal: Beware! Juice vendors opting for inedible commercial ice

    Bhopal: Take note, next time you to go to roadside juice vendor to quench your thirst make sure the ice being used to chill your drink is edible. To beat the hot summer days, sugarcane juice, nimbu Shikanji are the first choice but vendors are playing with the health of the people as they instead of using dry ice (edible) are going for commercial ice to serve chilled drinks. This is clear

  • Bhopal: BMC promise to reward taxpayer turns out to be hollow

    Bhopal: Promises are made to be broken, goes the adage and the civic body here is following it in letter and spirit. The Bhopal Municipal Corporation has forgotten to felicitate the residents who were promised to be rewarded for paying advance tax between April and August 2017.

  • Bhopal: Govt staff supplied lathis, iron rods to protesters

    Bhopal: An Intelligence report indicating government employees’ role in violence in Gwalior, Bhind and Morena during Bharat Bandh has come as a shocker for not only the police but also the state government.

  • Ujjain: Preparations for Panchkroshi yatra in full swing

    Ujjain: Ahead of the Panchkroshi yatra, collector Sanket Bhondve and other admistrative officers undertook a 118 km long bus journey on the ‘yatra’ route and inspected Panchkroshi Marg, on Friday. At the encampments, the collector instructed officials concerned to make comprehensive arrangements like adequate lighting, sanitation, bathrooms and toilet, tents and drinking water, for the comfort of travelers throughout the route. Keeping summer season in mind, the collector also asked officials to

  • China engaging in massive land grabbing in Maldives cause of concern: Pentagon

    Washington: Amid allegations of China engaging in massive land grabbing in the Maldives, the Pentagon today said it was a cause of concern for the US. Asserting that the US was “committed to a free and open” Indo-Pacific rules-based order, the Pentagon said anything else would cause the US concern.

  • Ujjain: UDA removes encroachment

    Ujjain: Ujjain Development Authority (UDA) marked houses and took action against encroachment on its property in Triveni Vihar and Kshipra Vihar. UDA CEO Abhishek Dubey informed that UDA’s land had been encroached upon for long, but now these houses had been marked and a notice had been served to the owners. However, since the owners did not remove the encroachment, the UDA team led by assistant engineer Mahesh Gupta went on to

  • Commonwealth Games 2018: Weightlifter Sathish Sivalingam fights through pain to win gold medal

    Gold Coast: Defending champion Sathish Sivalingam (77kg) claimed India’s third gold medal in the Commonwealth Games today, coming out tops comfortably despite having given up podium hopes after his injured thighs made even routine things like sitting painful. The 25-year-old Indian lifted a total 317kg (114kg+173kg) and was so ahead of the competition that he forfeited his final clean and jerk lift.

  • Ujjain: Spate of accidents in district in 24 hours

    Ujjain: Three separate accidents in the district over the past 24 hours have left five dead and three injured. A four wheeler ran over a bike, killing a woman and her grandson and injuring her son on Karondiya road at 11 am. Inder Bai Lal, 65, was a resident of Dewas and was on her way to Shankarpur along with her son Rakesh Lal and grandson Hritik Lal, to distribute marriage invitation

  • Daily Horoscope for Saturday, April 7, 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.

  • Indore: World Table Tennis day; Kartikey Kaushik: A winner aspiring for gold

    Indore: The credit for success of a sportsperson rarely goes to one person. It is a sum total of hard work of different people who build environment and skills to win a game. It is also true for a game like table tennis. World Table Tennis Day is observed on April 6 every year.

  • Mumbai: Chemo facility to be available at district hospitals

    Mumbai: In a first of it kind initiative, the chemotherapy treatment will be made available at district government hospitals. The first phase of this scheme will be launched in June and this facility will be made available at 10 district hospitals. The doctors said this decision will help thousands of poor people, who are living in remote areas and can not afford private medical treatment.

  • Indore: Cops gear up for social media-fuelled shutdown call

    Indore: The state police department on Friday issued an appeal to people to maintain peace following a call given by social media and WhatsApp groups for Bharat Bandh on April 10. The call has been given by people opposed to caste-based reservations in jobs and education.

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    Mumbai: Father-son arrested for trying to sell tiger skin

    Mumbai: A 62-year-old man and his son were arrested on Wednesday for trying to sell tiger skin for Rs 3.5 lakh in Ulhasnagar. Hareshkumar Narayandas Hansrajani, 62, and his son Dipak, 30, have been remanded in police custody. Police said during investigation they also found that the accused who own a shop in Ulhasnagar used to sell materials utilised during rituals.

  • Indore: 9 held with banned sedative pills worth 21 lakh

    Indore: Police on Friday arrested nine persons in connection with supplying banned sedative pills and recovered pills worth Rs 21 lakh from them. The accused were involved in supplying banned pills to youths and students in the city. DIG Harinarayanachari Mishra said that following the information about supplying of alprazolam pills by some persons in Chandan Nagar area, a team led by Chandan Nagar police station in-charge Yogesh Singh Tomar was constituted