Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Now fee receipt will be land diversion certificate

    Bhopal: The fee receipt of the land diversion will be the certificate of land diversion as per the state cabinet’s decision on land reforms. While addressing the media after the cabinet meeting the revenue minister Umashankar Gupta informed that the state cabinet had done revolutionary amendment in the land reforms.

  • Bhopal: Traffic rule violations continues as commuters show little concern for ITMS

    Bhopal: The hi-tech monitoring of traffic by smart cameras seems to have little effect over the commuters in the city. Free Press observed that the commuters have little regards for the traffic rules when it comes to signal jumping, encroaching zebra crossing or driving on the wrong side of the road.

  • Bhopal: 3.4 lakh students apply for admission in under-graduate courses

    Bhopal: More than 3 lakh students have applied for various UG (Under-Graduate) courses in government colleges in MP, by the end of first round of admission process. Only one day is left for the students aspiring to get admission in state run colleges to get their documents verified.

  • Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister to launch ‘Jan Ashirwad Yatra’ next month

    Bhopal, With Madhya Pradesh slated to go for polls later this year, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will embark on the “Jan Ashirwad” yatra from Ujjain on July 14 to “seek blessings” of the common people. The yatra will be flagged off by BJP president Amit Shah who will address a public meeting on the occasion.

  • Bhopal: Seventh Pay Commission benefits to 35000 employees of urban bodies

    Bhopal: In a move that will benefits about 35,000 employees of urban bodies-the government, amending its previous order on Monday, authorized civic bodies, having 65 per cent as establishment expenditure, to give Seventh pay commission salaries.

  • Bhopal: Guest faculty members cry foul over scrapping of interview in recruitment of professors

    Bhopal: Guest faculty members staging a dharna at Neelam Park for the last four days, demanding regularization of services, have questioned decision to remove interview from recruitment process for professors. The process is being conducted by Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission. Two members Jyoti Shikha Agarwal and Anamika Singh are on indefinite hunger strike.

  • Bhopal: Brief rain offers relief but no sign of monsoon

    Bhopal: A brief spell of light rain hit the state capital on Monday providing much-needed relief from humid and sweltery weather. The city experienced 3.1mm rain. Meanwhile, monsoon surge into the state has remained weak. There is no possibility of its revival at least for the next three to four days.

  • Bhopal: Painting of trees baffles civic agencies, administration

    Bhopal: Painting of the trunks of nearly a dozen Palm trees in front of the official bungalows of ministers at Link Road no-1 pink and white colour has baffled Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) administration. A BMC official said that before applying any colour to plants or tree, it is made sure that it would not harm trees or plant in any way.

  • Bhopal: MPs wish to contest elections for MLA, BJP central leadership to decide

    Bhopal: The number of ticket contenders in Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for the upcoming assembly elections is rising swiftly. Several MPs along with local leaders are vying to get ticket for the assembly polls.  A few of these MPs fear that they might not get the ticket for Lok Sabha elections while some of them believe that they may not win this time.

  • Bhopal AIIMS-2018 results: 2,649 candidates qualify for counseling

    Bhopal: Shabishta Khan and Sankalp Keshri of Bhopal secured 114 and 417 rank respectively in AIIMS-2018 results declared on Monday. In NEET, Shabishta had secured 29th rank while Sankalp had secured 43rd rank. In addition to AIIMS, Delhi, admission in AIIMS in Patna, Bhopal, Jodhpur, Bhubaneswar, Rishikesh, Raipur, Guntur (Andhra Pradesh) and Nagpur (Maharashtra) will be given.