Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Fake Domicile certificate scam in voters list, alleges LoP Ajay Singh

    Bhopal: Leader of opposition (LoP) Ajay Singh alleged that a fake certificate scam is going on in MP. Recently a certificate went viral on the social media in which the names of the family members matched with the chief minister’s family. Rehli tehsildar has issued a domicile certificate on October 28,2017 in the names of Shivraj Singh Chouhan son of Prem Singh resident of ward No-2 Jawaharlal Nehru, along with his wife

  • Bhopal: Monsoon weakens in some parts of state

    Bhopal: Even as heavy rain alert in some districts are keeping authorities on toes, weatherman said that rainfall activity has weakened in certain parts of the state. The system which was over Madhya Pradesh has lost steam, said Met. The low pressure area over Northwest Madhya Pradesh and adjoining areas has now weakened and another system is expected to be formed at Bay of Bengal in next couple of days.

  • Bhopal: Overflowing nullahs continue to plague city 

    Bhopal: If nullahs were channelised as per the plan made in 2013, the city could have avoided the havoc rains play every year. The detailed project report (DPR) prepared then for nullah channelization was never taken up by Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC). Had it been implemented, the city could have got rid of rain-fed swollen nullahs and waterlogged roads, which have become a common site.

  • Bhopal: BJP-Congress blames each other, for cow related accidents

    Bhopal: Cows have raised quite a storm including lynching, deaths and frictions between various communities on many occasions in India recently. However according to Dial 100 data cows have a major contribution among four lakh road accidents that took place in MP.

  • Bhopal: Rain recedes in state, CM reviews situation

    Bhopal: Heavy rains that lashed the state during the past two-days showed signs of let-up on Wednesday. According to weather department, rains would continue for some more days. A circle of cyclonic wind influencing the weather has covered the state.

  • Bhopal: Hired crowd at rallies jolly up Congress, BJP leaders

    Bhopal: A few months before the elections, the pace has begun to hot up as the BJP and the Congress leaders have intensified their campaign. The programmes of Congress state president Kamal Nath and MP Jyotiraditya Scindia are also witnessing large turnout similar to that of jan ashirwaad yatra taken out by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. The turnout in their programmes has jollied up the Congress and the BJP.

  • Bhopal: Minor arrested for raping a Gwalior girl

    Bhopal: A 17-year-old minor boy was arrested from Bhopal station on charge of allegedly raping a 19-year-old girl.  The two were waiting to board a train for Gwalior when GRP personnel spotted them. One being questioned, the girl informed that she had fled from her home and was allegedly raped in a hotel near railway station by the boy. Mangalwara police have arrested the minor and booked him on rape charges.

  • Bhopal: Poll watch assistant writes to parties, says field only clean candidates

    Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Election Watch Association for Democratic Reforms has asked the political parties not to give tickets to candidates having criminal records.  The association said that major political parties including Congress, BJP and BSP had given the tickets to 326 candidates with criminal antecedent during Assembly elections 2013.

  • Bhopal: More than 17 lakh fake voters in 53 constituencies, claims Congress

    Bhopal: In just 53 state assembly constituencies of MP, more than 17 lakh fake voters have been identified, claimed Congress state media president Sobha Oza, while addressing media, here on Tuesday. Congress leader and the members of ThePolitics.in have raised the serious allegations on the working of Election Commission of India (ECI).

  • Bhopal: All party leaders get together to pay homage to former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee 

    Bhopal: All political parties gathered to pay homage to former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee on Tuesday. Besides BJP leaders, former state Congress president Suresh Pachauri, Deputy Speaker of Vidhan Sabha Rajendra Singh, the leaders of the Samajwadi Party (SP), the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) and the Left parties were present at the prayer meet.

  • Bhopal: Torrential rains paralyse normal life in state capital

    Bhopal: Torrential rains paralysed normal life in two dozen colonies mostly in the Wall City in the state capital in the intervening night of Monday and Tuesday. Bhopal recorded has 682.4mm rainfall so far while seasonal rainfall is 1086.6mm.

  • Bhopal: Cabinet approves free coaching to SC/ST students for JEE, NEET

    Bhopal: The State Cabinet here on Tuesday approved a proposal recommending two-year free coaching for national level exams to meritorious students of SC and ST category. The decision will benefit thousands of students of reserved categories preparing for JEE, NEET, AIIMS, CLAT and others as they will now get free coaching from year 2018 to 2020.

  • Bhopal: Congress ex-MLA, family names go missing from voters list, CEO orders probe

    Bhopal: Chief election officer on Monday ordered an inquiry into the deletion of names of Congress former MLA from Tikamgarh and its family from the electoral roll. Yadvendra Singh, who served as minister during Congress rule, alleged that his and names of his family members have been deleted from the voters’ list. The matter came to fore on Sunday, when the former legislator was going through the revised list.

  • Bhopal: Mountaineer Ratnesh Panday scales Mount of Elbrus

    Bhopal: After conquering Mount Everest, Madhya Pradesh mountaineer Ratnesh Pandey hoisted the Indian flag on Mount of Elbrus, the highest peak of Europe on the eve of this Independence Day. He climbed the Mount Elbrus- 18,511 feet – peak twice and hoisted the National flag on both the eastern and western peaks of Elbrus. Pandey also hoisted the flag of Sports and Youth Welfare Department of Madhya Pradesh on the peak.

  • Bhopal: People, educational institutes in city raise funds, essential items for Kerala flood relief

    Bhopal: Free Press interacted with the people and educational institutions in the city that have decided to help the flood-hit in Kerala by donating money and other essential items. The item being sent in for Kerala flood relief by, trucks or trains, includes medicines, rice, pulses, sugar, salt, spices biscuits, milk powder, coffee powder, tea leaves, toothpaste, toothbrush, soap, washing powder, diapers, sanitary napkins, slippers, torch and batteries, shampoo, match box, candles,

  • Bhopal: Women outpost in markets still a far cry

    Bhopal: Bhopal Municipal Corporation is yet to identify the sites in the city’s commercial areas where women help-desk outpost are to be set up. The municipal authorities though have begun survey at the busy markets but are yet to decide on the location for constructing these cells.

  • Bhopal: Keralites cancel Onam festivity, join hand to arrange relief fund

    Bhopal: Expressing solidarity with the people facing the wrath of nature in Kerala, members of the Malayalee community in the city have cancelled the week long Onam celebrations. The state capital’s Malayalee Associations have joined hands in mobilizing relief articles including blankets, medicines, grains,  mineral water and other essentials to the flood-hit state.