Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Chaos in bank; 2 injured as guard fires gun by mistake

    Indore: Chaos prevailed in State Bank of India’s GPO Branch on Wednesday when a guard mistakenly fired from his gun during peak business hour in the morning. Two guards including the one who fired by mistake were injured in the incident.

  • No trace of 4-year-old drowned in swollen nullah, 300 persons pressed in search operation

    Bhopal: Even after over 40 hours, there is no trace of 4-year-old child who had fallen into overflowing nullaha at Pansheel Nagar on Tuesday morning. The district administration has pressed over 300 persons in the search operation, however, till Wednesday evening there was no report of the child, who is feared drowned.

  • Bhopal: Raids in four cities against real estate firm

    Bhopal: A Chatarpur-based real estate firm, selling land worth crores in cash, has landed in income tax (I-T) net. I-T sleuths conducted search at 14 places of Peptech Builders of Chatarpur on Wednesday. Search by I-T officials was conducted at 6 places in Chatarpur, 5 in Bhopal, 2 in Satna and 1 place in Indore.

  • Bhopal: Rain brings misery, floods colonies

    Bhopal: Incessant rains in the city for over the past few days have caused waterlogging in the colonies lying on Hoshangabad road. Clogged drains, choked storm drains, overflowing nullaha have led to waterlogging in Pebble Bay Society, Danish Nagar, Shalimar Seven garden, Chinar Upvan and Aryan wing.

  • Bhopal: Principals responsible for admissions in new colleges

    Bhopal: Higher education department has now added seats of newly opened colleges in state and has instructed to get maximum admissions in the new colleges during counseling. Procedure for registering information on departmental portal by the colleges will be held from July 21 to 25.

  • If weather permits, Bhopalites to witness longest blood moon in 100 years

    Bhopal: Bhopalites may witness the longest lunar eclipse of the century on July 27-28 at different places in the city if the weather permits and the sky do not remain cloudy. Astronomers in the city will hold events to witness this unique astronomical phenomenon at several palces in the city.

  • Bhopal: Digvijaya Singh become irrelevant in 14 months after Goa polls

    Bhopal: Digvijaya Singh, after serving as Chief Minister for ten years and Congress national general secretary for fifteen years, has turned irrelevant in political arena. With Singh not figuring in Congress working committee (CWC), a message has gone that his position within the party has become weak.

  • Bhopal: Cold response for Mil Bachey Hum programme

    Bhopal: Mil Bachey Hum programme (MBHP) of the school education department which was started on CM’s advice with an objective to inculcate the habit of reading amongst children besides curriculum books is in dire straits. Though the school education department claims that their programme is a success, however, the ground reality of the program is far different.

  • Bhopal: Gang of thieves busted; two held

    Bhopal: Nishatpura police on Wednesday claimed to have busted a gang of thieves with arrest of two persons including a minor and recovered two stolen bikes, cash and two looted mobile phone from their possession. Acting on a tip off, police arrested a man identified as Fareed Qureshi (22) from near Mahaveer hotel and recovered a knife and a mobile phone from his possession.

  • Bhopal: Fire breaks out at Balaji Tower, three offices gutted

    Bhopal: A fire broke out on the third floor of Balaji tower in MP Nagar Zone 1 on Tuesday morning. Office furniture, documents, electronic devises and other gadgets of at least three commercial establishments were gutted in the blaze. No human casualty was reported in the incident as all offices and coaching centres at the commercial complex were closed when fire broke out around 7.50 am. The cause of the fire is

  • Bhopal: Professors continue their non-cooperation movement in colleges

    Bhopal: Pendency of verification process of the documents submitted by the students is mounting. Many view it as a side effect of non-cooperation movement by the professors of government colleges across the state. Since last 15 days Professors of government colleges across the state had been observing non-cooperation movement and have been organising an hour long protest every day.

  • Bhopal: Startup India Madhya Pradesh Yatra flagged off

    Bhopal: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, while flagging off ‘Startup India Madhya Pradesh Yatra’ at CM House on Tuesday, exhorted the youths to tread the new path of Startups for creation and innovation. Chief Minister also assured to that they would also be given capital support for their Startups. Chouhan urged them to make Madhya Pradesh the best and prosperous state in the World.