Free Press Journal
  • Arun Yadav

    Bhopal: Arun Yadav, 500 others booked on complaint of ASI

    BHOPAL: The Habibganj police have filed a case against the PCC Arun Yadav, state president of National Students Union of India Vipin Wankhede and 500 others for “obstructing a government servant in the discharge of his official duties”. The Congressmen also reached the police station to file the case against the policemen who assaulted the state president.

  • Bhopal: BJP men vocal against Pathak, Congress stalwarts silent

    BHOPAL: Minister of State Sanjay Pathak, who is in the eye of a storm after the transfer of Katni SP Gaurav Tiwari, is drawing sharp criticism from the BJP leaders. Former MP Raghunandan Sharma, taking a cue from several top leaders of the party, has now opened front against Pathak. Sharma has said Pathak should take a decision in keeping with the public opinion. He said BJP is different from other parties

  • CBI director miffed over no reception at airport

    Bhopal: CBI director miffed over no reception at airport

    BHOPAL: The CBI in-charge director took the meeting of the officials posted in the state during his visit to the city on Tuesday. The CBI officials who had gone to the airport to receive the director failed to welcome him due to some confusion. They kept waiting for him while he boarded a car and left the airport to go to Raj Bhawan.

  • Bhopal: Traders buoyed by enhancement of withdrawal limit from current account

    BHOPAL: The decision taken by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to enhance the cash withdrawal limit for current accounts to Rs 100,000 per week from Rs 50,000 and the ATM cash withdrawal limit to Rs 10,000 per day is being hailed. The limits have been raised to increase liquidity in the market. This traders said it would boost the business which collapsed to large extent after the demonetisation.

  • Bhopal: Cow vigilante stops two trucks

    BHOPAL: The Misrod police have arrested three men in connection with cow trafficking in intervening night of Monday and Tuesday. Sixty-one cows have been freed from clutches of trafficker at 11 Mills Square under Misrod police station. Three accused Hashi Khan, Akbar Khan and Rafiq Khan have been arrested while other three managed to flee from spot.

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    Bhopal: Concrete structures should be strict no-no in parks

    BHOPAL: Construction of halls, platforms, temples etc for holding socio-cultural or religious structures inside parks shrink their area, leaving little or no room for children to play and adults to take a stroll or just sit and enjoy fresh air.

  • No, thanks: We have got used to measly ATMs

    BHOPAL: The RBI has increased the daily withdrawal limit from ATMs to Rs 10,000 from Rs 4500 but this has hardly made any difference to the people as they have already got accustomed to the lower limits and have learnt to make do with the limited amount. Instead people feel that the lower limit has saved them from spending more. Whether it is household expenditure or luxury expenses, they have learnt to

  • Bhopal: ED joins Katni scam probe; seeks info from I-T, police

    BHOPAL: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) is collecting information from Income Tax (I-T) Department to launch its probe into the Katni Hawala scam. Earlier, I-T, had issued notices to around 300 persons whose accounts in the Katni branch of the Axis Bank had witnessed heavy transactions. The documents related with Hawala transactions are with I-T and the police. The ED is seeking information about this case from both.

  • Bhopal: RGPV to digitalise exam process

    BHOPAL: The examination process in Rajeev Gandhi Proudhyogiki Vishwavidyalaya (RGPV) will be automated. The entire process from filling of examination forms to evaluation to processing of results and authentication of certificates will be automated. Minister of state for technical education (Independent Charge) Deepak Joshi has given necessary directives in this regard.

  • Bhopal: Night temp slips but respite from cold for next one week

    BHOPAL: A sharp drop of 4°C was recorded in the night temperature in the state capital on Tuesday. After a rise of 10°C in three days, the temperature dropped by 4°C. The cold wave has abated with the minimum temps around 10°C in most parts of state.