Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: We are raped, tortured everyday, say women of denotified tribes

    Bhopal: “Torture, molestation of highest degree is our fate,” said a 37-year-old woman from Neemuch. She said that she was eldest of siblings and hence was forced into prostitution after which she became a mother. “I still struggle to get identity proofs for my children as they are born out of wedlock,” she said.

  • Bhopal: Senior officer steals over Rs 90L, CCTV reveals all

    Dewas: A major security lapse was detected at high-security Government of India’s Bank Note Press in Dewas where a senior officer was caught pilfering currency notes from the press on Friday, police said.

  • Bhopal: ‘Hearing Eyes’ fellows learn ground realities at Jhabua village

    Bhopal: Sourabh Gujar and Gaurvi Singh, the ‘Hearing Eyes’ fellows who stayed at a village in Jhabua as part of their fellowship to learn about issues impacting children and women, shared their learning with media persons here at Gandhi Bhawan on Thursday. The two fellows belong to Bhopal, one is an architect and other is from banking sector. During their stay at Gopalpura and Jarat villages, the duo lived a family like

  • Bhopal: School buses, vans continue to ply without safety norms

    Bhopal: District administration has not given any relief to school bus and van operators for compliance of Supreme Court orders. The operators have to install speed governors, CCTV cameras, fire extinguishers, first aid etc in buses and vans.

  • Bhopal: School bus drivers to end strike

    Bhopal: MP School Vahan Chalak Seva Samiti, a committee of school bus drivers, has decided to end the strike after a meeting with district officials from Thursday. The district officials accepted its demands and gave a month’s time to install required safety equipments in school buses and vans as per Supreme Court’s guidelines.

  • Bhopal: Makhanlal varsity students attending classes on papers

    Bhopal: Ten days after the start of the new semester of 2017-18 academic session, classes are yet to begin in Makhanlal Chaturvedi University of Journalism. Interestingly, students are made to sign on the attendance sheet even when none of the classes are being held. The students who have been expecting their class to start soon will have to wait further as the new guest teachers appointed recently are yet to report.

  • Bhopal: Govt talks tough; buses to be acquired to ferry kids

    Bhopal: The government has not taken kindly to the school buses and vans going off the roads for a day in the city to protest “harassment by police and transport authorities”. Home minister Bhupendra Singh told newspersons at the Mantralaya on Wednesday that the school bus and van operators will have to follow the SC guidelines and state government rules if they want to run their vehicles.

  • Bhopal: People in my constituency drinking water mixed with sewage: Shejwar

    Bhopal: During discussion on a proposal of the urban development department regarding water supply and sewage management projects, forest minister Gaurishankar Shejwar said that the people of his constituency were being forced to drink water mixed with sewage. He said that sewage from Bhopal was polluting the drinking water sources in his constituency Raisen.