Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Don’t panic, maintain caution, says Health department on Nipah virus outbreak

    Bhopal: Health and family welfare department released an advisory on Nipah virus and asked people not to panic about it. Its advisory over Nipah virus instructed people not to consume fruits, tadi eaten by fruits bats. Areas dominated by people from Kerala and fruits bats hideouts are under scanner in MP to detect any case of virus infection and prevent an outbreak.

  • Bhopal: Naxals call bandh today, security stepped up

    Bhopal: Security in the Naxal-affected regions of the state has been intensified in the view of a bandh call given by Naxals on Saturday. Maoists have called bandh in six states including Madhya Pradesh on Saturday to protest the Chhattisgarh police action against them in Gadchiroli.

  • Bhopal: Ekta Yatra will remove disputes and differences within Congress, says Digvijay Singh  

    Bhopal: Former CM Digvijay Singh, speaking at a press conference on Thursday, said he would take out ‘Ekta Yatra’ from May 31 to remove dispute and differences within the state Congress. Singh, after the first meeting of coordination meeting, said that the work of organizing public meetings for campaigning had been assigned to Jyotiraditya Scindia, who was preparing his strategy.

  • Bhopal: Heatwave grips almost entire central India

    Bhopal: State capital’s day temperature continued to be over 44 degree Celsius on Thursday. Heat wave condition continued to prevail in MP Since the last few days many districts continued to be in grip of heat wave. The weather of entire Northwest and Central India is almost dry.

  • Bhopal: Congress submits list of twenty thousand fake voters

    Bhopal: The president of state Congress election management committee has submitted the list of 20,000 fake voters to the chief electoral officer, here on Thursday. The president and the former minister Suresh Pachouri told CEO Salina Singh that the list contains the names of many voters who have died; voters who are registered in many booths and many ineligible voters.

  • Bhopal: Experts advise parents to make children feel special after exam results

    Bhopal: For children, the pressure to shine in exams comes almost from all quarters. Students wait with bated breath for results; for many it could be a happy end to months of hard labour, but for some a time of despair. It is not surprising that reports of student suicide cases hit headlines with the announcement of results.

  • MP polls: Cong may ally with SP to counter BJP

    Bhopal : The Congress Party on Thursday hinted that it is willing to forge an alliance with other “like-minded” parties to take on the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the upcoming Madhya Pradesh assembly election.

  • Bhopal: Amit Shah to finalise strategy for assembly elections, says Anil Jain

    Bhopal: BJP national general secretary Anil Jain clearly indicated before the core panel and election management committee that all decisions, from elections point of view, will be taken by the national president Amit Shah. Jain was here to review the party preparations for the impending assembly elections and also to look into the preparations for celebrating 4 years of Narendra Modi in PM office.

  • Bhopal: Drastic increase in calls to MPBSE helpline

    Bhopal: Calls on MP Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) Helpline have shot up 800 per day, a week after the announcement of class X and XII results. The helpline has received 48, 500 calls from students since its launch in January 15 last.

  • Bhopal: At 44.4 degree Celsius, city experiences hottest day of season

    Bhopal: Maximum temperature peaked to 44.4 degree Celsius in state capital on Friday, making it the season’s hottest day so far; the night temperature, however, came down by a few notches and settled at 31.2 degree Celsius. Most parts of Madhya Pradesh continue to reel under hot and dry weather conditions. Heat wave has gripped West and Central parts of the state where the mercury breached 45°C.

  • Bhopal: 80 families exposed to unsafe drinking water

    Bhopal: Water scarcity at Shankracharya Homes in Baghsevaniya has forced its 80 families to consume unsafe red water leading to stomach infection and other ailments. With Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) failing to meet the required demand, over 400 residents of the colony are depending on borewell, the water of which is not fit for the consumption.

  • Dry days ahead: Old Bhopal, Bairagarh, BHEL stare at acute water shortage

    Bhopal: Take note, Upper Lake can ensure water supply for ten more days. Over 6 lakh residents of old city, Bairagarh and BHEL areas, where water is supplied from Upper Lake are likely to witness a chaotic scenes in the coming days. With water in the lake depleting fast and supply falling short, people flocking tankers would be a common site. After a gap of nine years, water will be supplied through

  • Bhopal: Thieves’ gang busted, five held; goods worth 2 lakh recovered

    Bhopal: Kolar police have on Tuesday busted a five-member gang of thieves involved in 10 burglaries and recovered goods worth Rs 2 lakh from their possession. Acting on a tip off, police arrested one miscreant Deepu, alias Deepak Ravidas from Banskhedi Kolar road. One being questioned he confessed to have committed thefts along with his accomplices Abhisek Raghuvanshi and also provided details of other gang members.

  • Bhopal: 50 tourist survive scare as resort staff lock up Leopard in the kitchen

    Bhopal: Panic prevailed on the MP tourism resort in Seoni near Pench Tiger Reserve after a Leopard entered into it on Wednesday. 50 tourist who were present in the the Pench Kipling Court (CP) resort had a narrow escape as the resort staff locked the leopard in room.

  • Bhopal: MP bans interstate horse purchase without proper checkups

    Bhopal: To check the spread of contagious Glanders, Animal Husbandry ministry has banned the purchase of horses from other states without proper checkups in MP. Minister for Animal Husbandry Antar Singh Arya said, “To check the spread of contagious Glanders disease. We do not have any other option but to ban the purchasing the animals without their health check -ups. ”

  • Bhopal: Aam Aadmi feels the heat of rising fuel price

    Bhopal: Spiralling fuel prices touching fresh record levels has come as a major blow to people. Middle class households are facing the pinch of price rise as it has disrupted the domestic budget. Just ahead of the Karnataka polls, the prices of petrol and diesel had remained stagnant at around Rs 80 plus for almost 20 days, and post elections the fuel prices shy rocketed.