Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: CM launches blitzkrieg; Scindia visits narrow bylanes

    Bhopal: In a last ditch effort to wrest Mungaoli and Kolaras assembly constituencies from the Congress, chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan spent a better part of the day on Wednesday in the two areas. He addressed public meetings and performed a road show in Mungaoli, seeking votes for the BJP candidate Baisaheb Yadav.

  • Bhopal: This club distributes cotton cloth for menstrual hygiene

    Bhopal: While sanitary pads have become the instant answer to menstrual hygiene, women members of NH 12 Creative Women’s Club, Bhopal, have taken a different path. Instead of pads, it distributes pieces of clean cotton cloth to women residing in the slum areas for use during menstruation.

  • Bhopal: Candidates protest as CGL exam cancelled amid confusion

    Bhopal: In a bizarre development, Staff Selection Commission on Wednesday declared Combined Graduate Level (CGL) examination held at Kailash Narayan Patidar College as zero stating that candidates boycotted it even as candidates cried foul claiming that they had successfully taken the exam. The candidates staged demonstration on the college campus pressing for change in the SSC’s decision but to no avail.

  • Bhopal: Murder, rape, abduction, fraud: Meet MP’s MLAs

    Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha, it seems, is fast assuming the colour of the legislatures of Bihar and Uttar Pradesh. While cases lodged against politicians for participation in bandhs, road blockades are common; the honourable members of Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha are facing serious charges like murder, rape, abduction and fraud.

  • Bhopal: No Tension: MP’s Padwomen create awareness in tribals

    Bhopal: Priyanshi Educational, Cultural and Social Society (PECCS), Bhopal has been training women, specifically tribal women in manufacturing low-cost sanitary pads named, No Tension, since 2002. They are not only imparting training in MP but also in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Arunachal Pradesh. Besides training, PECCS creates awareness about menstrual hygiene among women. They are made aware about myths regarding menstruation prevalent in society.

  • Bhopal: MPBSE rejects 1800 forms, students hit road in protest

    Bhopal: Instead of preparing for the Class XII board just round the corner, hundreds of students took to streets to protest against MPBSE for rejecting their examination forms. The MP Board of Secondary Education board has put at stake careers of hundreds of students by rejecting their forms at eleventh hour.

  • Bhopal: Court issues arrest warrant against absconding Cong MLA

    Bhopal: A local court here on Tuesday issued an arrest warrant against Congress MLA Hemant Katare who is wanted in kidnapping and rape case. The court has directed the police to ensure MLA presence in the court on or before March 19. Judicial Magistrate First Class (JMFC) holding a close-door hearing recorded the statements of the victim and her mother.

  • Bhopal: 5 get 7-yr RI in cop job scam

    Bhopal: The special court of CBI on Tuesday sentenced five people to seven years of rigorous imprisonment in Vyapam police recruitment 2012 scam. This is the first conviction after CBI took over the probe of police recruitment scam.

  • Bhopal: MANIT students raise funds to make car

    Bhopal: A group of 25 students from mechanical engineering department of Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT) is raising funds through social media to make formula one racing-car, Martini 2.

  • Bhopal: Scholars to brainstorm on how to measure happiness

    Bhopal: How to measure how happy a person is? What makes one happy? These and other weighty and abstract questions would be the subject-matter of a two-day workshop to be held in the capital on February 22-23. Specialists from all over the world have been invited at the meet, which will dwell on developing a happiness index for state government. The participants would also be given a presentation on the activities of

  • Bhopal: Hardik Patel’s rally flops, chaos prevails on stage

    Bhopal: The OBC leader from Gujarat Hardik Patel failed to strike a chord with Patidars from Madhya Pradesh as barely 500 of them turned up for public meeting at Dusshera Maidan, BHEL, on Monday. On Sunday, state president Mahendra Patidar had claimed that one lakh people belonging to OBC will take part in public meeting.

  • Bhopal: Gone to recover pending dues, BMC team, cops attacked upon

    Bhopal: A trader and his family members assaulted a team of BMC employees and cops when they had gone to collect the pending property dues in Bhanpur on Monday. Bhopal Municipal Corporation employees, a bouncer and policemen were injured in the attack which occurred under Chhola Mandir police station at ward no-72. Police have booked the hardware trader and his family members, while three arrests have been made so far. The main accused, the

  • Bhopal: Naxals eyeing new jungle corridor in Mandla dist

    Bhopal: The group of armed Naxals who attacked the forest department staff in Mandla district are possibly part of a 50-strong cadre of naxalites from South Bastar (Chhattisgarh) or Telangana who are gradually spreading its wings in the MP district.

  • Bhopal: JD (U) leader Sharad Yadav demands PM’s resignation

    Bhopal: Former union minister and Janata Dal (United) leader Sharad Yadav on Sunday demanded Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s resignation over Punjab National Bank (PNB) scam and said that centre should reveal the total number of non-performing assets of Indian banks.

  • Bhopal: Contractual employees’ ‘grand alliance’ gives ultimatum to govt

    Bhopal: Grand alliance contractual employees association has threatened to stage massive agitation in the state capital if their genuine demands are not considered by the government by February 23. State president of the alliance- Janhit Mahagatbandhan Karmchari Sagathan MP- Shambhu Charan Dubey said the state government is neither accepting their demands nor allowing them to stage peaceful agitation in the city.