Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: BU justifies re-exam of PhD, MPhil

    Bhopal: Justifying holding re-examination for PhD, MPhil entrance, Barkatullah University Vice-chancellor Pramod K Verma said that the decision of fresh exam was taken following technical issues in the results.

  • Bhopal: Corruption rises as Lokayukta dithers

    Bhopal: Rise in corruption in the state is inversely proportionate to decline in action taken by Lokayukta organisation. The special police establishment (SPE) of Lokayukta last year conducted minimum raids than what it did in past years.

  • Bhopal: Police patrolling is poor, say senior citizens

    Bhopal: Elderly people who are worried about two recent incidents in which a couple was murdered and another was beaten up demanded regular police patrolling in every colony to avoid such incidents.

  • Bhopal: Girl student’s suicide sparks protest

    Bhopal: Agitated over death of a girl student who committed suicide over harassment, a number of ABVP activists staged protest on Tuesday seeking action against the accused.

  • Bhopal: Foreigners seek MP govt’s help to harness solar energy

    Bhopal: Delegates of foreign countries who visited Madhya Pradesh under the aegis of International Solar Alliance (ISA) have sought state government’s help in setting up mega solar plants that can enable them to address power shortage in their countries.

  • Bhopal: JP hospital gets CT scan machine

    Bhopal: JP hospital has become the first district hospital in state to have installed CT scan machine under PPP scheme.

  • Bhopal: Hatred drives woman to kill her husband in cold blood

    Bhopal: Hatred toward her husband who was suffering from skin ailment forced a woman to kill him in cold blood. With the arrest of the woman, Khajoori police on Tuesday claimed to have cracked the case of man’s killing in just two days.

  • Bhopal: Education in tatters in MP, says ex-CM Gaur

    Bhopal: Former chief minister Babulal Gaur, during Question Hour in the House on Tuesday, said that the education system in the state has deteriorated because teachers are deployed for non-teaching work like elections. He said teachers are deployed as booth level officers (BLOs) during elections.