Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Tickets on basis of survey, women on priority

    AICC president Rahul Gandhi tried his best to boost the morale of Congress workers. He said for him public comes first then comes Congress workers and after that comes leaders. When Congress forms the government workers voice would be heard and one who does not open doors to a worker would not remain on chair be it minister or chief minister.

  • Bhopal: Law makers demand more BSNL towers better broadband speed

    Members of Parliament (MPs) met BSNL CGM on Monday and demanded more Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) Towers in their respective Lok Sabha constituencies to get rid of call drops problems. Bhopal MP Alok Sanjar said, “We have conveyed our problems regarding call drops. BSNL is supposed to take prompt initiatives in this regards. New colonies are coming up in outskirt areas and BSNL should focus on these colonies regarding broad band

  • Bhopal: Rahul Gandhi blows poll bugle in MP amid chanting of mantras

    Playing a soft Hindutva card, Congress national president Rahul Gandhi began his Sankalp Yatra in poll-bound Madhya Pradesh on Monday here amidst blowing of conch shells and blessings of Hindu priests. Before hopping on to a bus for the 13-km-long roadshow, Gandhi performed a ‘puja’. Giving a religious tone to the entire ceremony, ‘Kanya Poojan’ of 11 minor girls were performed by the Congress leaders including Rahul, party state unit president Kamal

  • Ujjain: City congress members joins in Rahul Gandhi’s rally at Bhopal

    Hundreds of workers and leaders travelled to Bhopal from city to participate in the general meeting addressed by all India Congress Committee President Rahul Gandhi in Bhopal on Monday. Several party members under the leadership of senior leader Dr Batukshankar Joshi and city president Mahesh Soni began their journey early morning in 2-4 wheelers.

  • Rahul blows poll bugle

    Missing Digvijaya Singh raises doubts over unity in party

  • Bhopal: Rahul Gandhi’s road show today, workers all geared up

    Congress workers of the State are all geared up to welcome the party president who will lead a road show here on Monday. Congress banners, posters, party leaders cut outs have been put up in the entire city to welcome the party president. Posters and hoardings of party leaders have also been put up by their respective supporters. This is the first visit of Gandhi to the state capital after the appointment

  • Bhopal: CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan dedicates medical facilities in Sarangpur, Shajapur

    Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan dedicated a 100-bed Civil Hospital constructed at a cost of about Rs 11 crore in Sarangpur of Rajgarh district on Sunday. Apprising about various public welfare schemes, Chouhan said that all will have to make coordinated efforts for the overall development of the state. Members of Parliament Prabhat Jha and Rodmal Nagar, local MLA Kunwar Kothar and other public representatives and people in large number were present

  • Bhopal: Culture Department’s invite to NSD pass-outs upsets local artists

    Controversy has erupted over a program organised by MP Culture Department where National School of Drama (NSD) pass-outs have been invited to mull over culture scenario in MP. Artists from other communities have raised question on such program terming it an effort for creating rift between the artists. Hitting hard on the program, theatre artist Ajay Shrivastav said that NSDians are being invited to mull over culture scene of the state.

  • Bhopal: BJP leaders got government land transferred in wives’ names

    The leader of opposition Ajay Singh has accused BJP leaders of committing land scam in Orcha and demanded high level inquiry into it. He alleged that BJP leaders have got registered government land in their names on forged documents.  In Orcha, BJP leaders fraudulently got ownership over government land at khasara number 574/2 and 249/2, claimed Singh. In 2010, BJP MLA Anil Jain had allegedly occupied government land and got its ownership

  • Bhopal: 7000 posts may be notified this week

    Preparations for notification for recruitment of about seven thousand posts of teachers varg 2 has been finalised by the school education department. It is likely to appear this week confirmed sources. School education department has decided to recruit about 40,000 teachers in phases. Professional Examination Board (PEB) has already released the first advertisement to induct 17000 teachers. Last date for application is September 25.

  • Bhopal: BMC removes Congress flags, banners taking plea of property defacement

    A day ahead of the proposed Congress president Rahul Gandhi road show, political atmosphere in the state capital remained fully charged up on Sunday. Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) removed Congress banners, flags, flex, cut-outs of party leaders from nooks and corners of the city taking plea of Defacement of Property Act.

  • Bhopal: Bank opens on Sunday, witnesses huge rush of parents, wards

    Bank of Baroda’s (BoB) Malviya Nagar branch remained opened on Sunday to handle the huge rush of parents whose wards are aspiring for an admission in the Pt Deendayal Upadhyaya Shramodyaya (Residential) Viddhyalaya (PDUSV) (English and Hindi medium). Suresh Jain of Damoh said, “Opening of a bank account of students is mandatory as students will not be allowed to go out of the fully residential school campus.

  • Bhopal: Road mishaps can be averted with sensible driving, claim authorities

    Dial 100 data (see tables) shows that number of road accidents is on the rise in MP. The big question facing authorities and people is to identify the real problem in that if it is the good roads or the bad driving habits which leads to more accidents. ASP traffic Arvind Dubey said, “It is irrational to blame the good roads for the if students are versed in traffic rules and nuances

  • MP varsity plans ‘adarsh bahu’ certificate course

    Bhopal : Bhopal’s Barkatullah University (BU) is mulling a three-month certificate course based on “social and moral values” to “develop cohesive families”.

  • Bhopal: SIT finds clues that accused Khamra is not mastermind

    In a twist to the serial killer’s case, now the special investigation team (SIT) has found clues which reveal that the accused Adesh Khamra is not the mastermind of the murders but there is someone else who was orchestrating the crime. Khamra was involved in 33 murders and now the cops are suspecting that the kingpin is sitting somewhere else and is quite alert of the police action.

  • Bhopal: Congress party to gift cycle to CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan, cycle to CM

    The Congress party will gift a cycle to CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan to protest against the hike of petroleum products, on Saturday. In 2007, the CM and its cabinet rode on the cycle protesting the hike in petroleum products during the Congress’s regime. While addressing the press conference the treasurer of MP congress Govind Goyal informed that, the party will contribute the amount to purchase the cycle to be gifted to the

  • Bhopal: Jiang Jingkui honoured with Father Kamil Bulcke award

    Jiang Jingkui, a Hindi Professor in Peking University was in the city to attend to attend three-day event- Madhya Pradesh Sahityaotsav -2018 which began on Friday at Rabindra Bhawan. In the event, he was felicitated with Father Kamil Bulcke for his immense contribution in Hindi. He has written six books on History of Hindi literature and plays.  Besides, he translated dictionaries and Indians classics in China. He has presented more than 70

  • Bhopal: BJP, Congress come face-to-face over Lord Rama

    Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Congress have come face-to-face over Lord Rama. The BJP is preparing to give clarification on Congress announcing the construction of ‘Ramvangaman Path’. Revenue minister Umashankar Gupta, in a press conference on Friday, said several works done in connection with ‘Ramvangaman Path’ would be narrated in a book, to be published by the BJP.

  • Bhopal: Inmates narrate their horror at Ashram

    “Sai Viklang Ashram director MP Awasthi raped me when I was only eight, I want him to be hanged for his act,” said a speech and hearing impaired rape survivor here on Friday. Rani (name change), was one of the 40 students of Sai Viklang Ashram who have levelled serious allegations like sexual assault and murder on hostel director Awasthi. He is a satyr and never spare anyone, alleged the inmates while

  • Bhopal: Vector scare flies high in Saket Nagar, Arera Colony

    Teams conducting survey of dengue and malaria cases in colonies in the city have identified posh areas like Saket Nagar and Arera Colony as the worst affected. The teams have detected mosquito larva, responsible for vector-borne diseases like Dengue, Malaria, and Chikungunya in these posh localities. Accumulated water in coolers, earthen vessels, fountains and pits are providing perfect place for the mosquitoes to thrive.