Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Under pressure, cops change arrest section

    MP Nagar police have booked a person under Section 493 for raping a woman on the pretext of marriage while after the action courted controversy, the accused was then booked under Section 376 of the IPC. The 38-year-old complainant in the case is a woman who works in a mall after separation from her husband. She lives in the city with her son and was in a relation with accused Aditya Tanwar

  • Bhopal: No CCTV footage of molestation, attendant is minor!

    CCTV footages were not available from the bus in which molestation of the child took place on Thursday. According to the CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) circular, the CCTV and the GPS-installed in school buses should remain operational 24×7.
    TI, Baljit confirmed that though CCTV was installed in the bus, the footage was not available. He also confirmed that the bus attendant was a minor!  The CBSE circular was issued to all

  • Bhopal: ‘Took three nights to convince wife on false allegations in Vyapam scam’

    Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has opened a front against Congress leaders prior to their moving the court on Saturday in Vyapam scam.  Chouhan, during a press conference in Chhindwara on Friday, said stalwart leaders of Congress levelled false allegations against him and his family in Dumper and Vyapam scams. Chouhan said his wife was also dragged into the matter. “It took three nights to convince my wife that allegations were false,”

  • Bhopal: Habibganj to be a world-class railway station by December end

    Railway minister Piyush Goyal, on Friday, assured that by December end, Habibganj Railway station would be transformed into a world-class Railway station with world-class facilities. The minister was in Bhopal to take stock of ongoing re-development work at Habibganj as well as Railway station, circulating areas, sub-way, platforms etc. MP Alok Sanjar and other officials were present on this occasion. Minister reviewed the re-development work with Rs 100 crore.

  • Bhopal: AAP adopts Pak PM Imran Khan’s social media strategy

    Aam Admi Party unit of MP would adopt the social media strategy that was successfully used by Imran Khan’s Tahreek-e-Insaf Party of Pakistan and led to his becoming Pakistan’s PM.  National head of social media and IT campaign, Arvind Jha said that it is the first time in India that strategy will be used to focus on volatile votes.

  • Bhopal: RSS is movement of social change, says Vispute

    Rashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangh’s Mahavidhyalay in Vidhyarthi Sangh Shiksha Varg (first year) ‘Prakat Samaroh’ was organised on Thursday. Famous actor and Sanskar Bharati, Madhya Praant, president, Rajiv Verma was the chief guest. RSS, Madhya Shetra, pracharak, Deepak Vispute, said RSS was a movement of social change. The RSS workers are doing the work of social awareness. RSS believes that change in the country is not possible until public gets united. Permanent change

  • Bhopal: ‘Government security enough for loan borrowers’

    Chief Secretary Basant Pratap Singh said on Thursday that banks need not ask for guarantees from the borrowers for whom guarantee is given by the government, Bankers Committee, Pradhan Mantri Jan-Dhan Yojana, The banks should behave decently with the applicants who seek loans under government schemes.

  • Bhopal: Women share their woes, welcome ordinance on triple talaq

    Welcoming the ordinance that criminalises triple talaq the victims of instant triple talaq in the city told Free press that now, men will be forced to think before seeking talalq and won’t be able to give instant talaq. 26-year-old Sabnam Beg (name changed) said, “In divorce cases views of wife should also be considered. I welcome the decision. If it is implemented it may save lives of many innocent women and children.”

  • Bhopal: CM’s declarations on SC/ST act confusing, says SPAKS

    The convenor of SPAKS has called the CM declaration on the SC/ST Atrocity Act as confusing, here on Thursday. Samnya Pichada Alpsankhyak Kalyan Samaj (SPAKS) convenor Heerlal Trivedi added that the state governments are bound to follow any law that is passed by the parliament and it cannot be modify it in any way. Comparing the act with the infamous Rowlatt Act passed by the British Crown, he claimed that CM Shivraj

  • Bhopal: Patient dies at AIIMS corridor for want of admission

    Chronic kidney patient died at the corridors of All India Institutes of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) here in want for admission for dialysis on Thursday. Harinarain Gurjar, 53, of Katara Hills, had already undergone dialysis twice at AIIMS. Gurjar was being treated by nephrologist Dr Mahendra Atlani at the medical Institute. Dr Atlani, confirmed that patient who had come for dialysis died at AIIMS. However, he refused to comment further on the matter.