Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Boy hurt as car crashes into camel

    BHOPAL: A 14-year-old boy was injured after the car in which he was travelling with three others hit a camel which also died in the incident on Thursday at Gandhi Nagar locality here.

  • Bhopal: Commissioner visits de-addiction centre

    SEHORE: Bhopal commissioner Ajatshatru Shrivastava and collector Dr Sudama Khade visited the old age home and de-addiction centre here on Thursday. Shrivastava said that every time he passed by the old age home, he felt like talking to the inmates. After visiting the de-addiction centre he enquired from the centre director Rahul Singh about the facilities available and assured him that he will try to get grant released from the state government

  • Bhopal: Two held for burglary in E-7 Arera Colony

    BHOPAL: The city crime branch arrested a 25-year-old man and a woman for allegedly committing burglary of Rs 11 lakh from a locked house of a retired government employee in E-7 Arera Colony on Thursday. The accused woman, who used to live as a tenant in the house of the victim, had conspired with his friend and the male accused to commit the crime, the police said.

  • Bhopal: 108 ambulance staff strike enters 2nd day

    Bhopal: The 108 ambulance staff strike entered the second day on Thursday but there is no end to agony of people. It is to be noted that the staffers of 108 Ambulance services went on strike on Wednesday to press for their 7-point demands including ‘Same pay for same work’.

  • Bhopal: Corruption at its peak in state says BJP leader on FB

    Bhopal: Even the ruling party leaders are not sparing the state government on the issue of corruption. On Thursday, Raj Chaddha, a former district president of the Gwalior unit of the BJP and ex-chairman of the Gwalior Mela Authority, addressing the Chief Minister, wrote on his Facebook: “Mukyamnatriji, corruption is at its zenith in the State. The plight of hospitals is unbearable. Either improve the situation or drive out lakhs of workers

  • Bhopal: Chambal Expressway proposed in State

    Bhopal: A 300-km-long Chambal Expressway will be constructed in Madhya Pradesh.  This was informed by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan after his meeting with Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari in New Delhi on Thursday.

  • Cubs death: RTI activist demands CBI inquiry

    BHOPAL: An RTI activist has demanded CBI inquiry into the death of three cubs in Bandhavgarh National Park recently. He alleged that the field director has violated the safety norms and as a result the cubs died. In last 20 months, 52 tigers had lost their lives in the state.

  • Bhopal: Expo on pulses at IGRMS

    Bhopal: Kumar Sanjay Krishna, financial adviser in the Ministry of Culture along with SM Khened, director, Nehru Science Centre, Mumbai and Prof Sarit Kumar Chaudhuri, director, IGRMS inaugurated an exhibition ‘The Future of the Food: Pulses’ on Friday.

  • Bhopal: Another orphaned tiger cub dies of viral infection

    BHOPAL: The third cub of tigress T-1, which was brought to Bandhavgarh National Park from Sanjay Gandhi Reserve, died on Wednesday. Two of its siblings had died on Sunday. All the three cubs were infected with Parvovirus and were shifted to Bandhavgarh for treatment.

  • Bhopal: Chief Minister to take a call on Deepali issue

    BHOPAL: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will take a final decision on the reply submitted by IAS officer Deepali Rastogi to the show-cause notice issued to her for writing an article against the ODF campaign in a newspaper. Chouhan has to decide whether the case against her should be closed or she should be penalised.

  • Bhopal: Suhas Bhagat feedback behind CM’s outburst against ministers, babus

    BHOPAL: BJP state organisational general secretary Suhas Bhagat, sources said, had told chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan that anti-incumbency sentiment was brewing in the state. Despite Chouhan’s personal popularity, there was a feeling among the people that he lacked control over the ministers and bureaucrats. It is this feedback given by Bhagat that has triggered Chouhan’s recent outbursts against the ministers and babus.

  • 108 ambulances parked near VIP Guest House. The emergency service vehicles kept off
the roads on Wednesday due to strike of staffers

    Bhopal: 108 Ambulance staffers go on indefinite strike

    BHOPAL:  Health services, especially emergency call services were badly affected due to strike of 108 Ambulance staff. Demanding same work same pay, the staffers went on an indefinite strike from Wednesday. National Health Mission has prepared alternative arrangements to avoid any untoward situation.