Free Press Journal
  • AAP MP Sanjay Singh’s car attacked in Madhya Pradesh

    New Delhi: Aaam Aadmi Party (AAP) MP and senior leader Sanjay Singh was attacked by a group of people on Tuesday in Madhya Pradesh’s Chhindwara district. He escaped unhurt. Singh alleged that the attempts were being made to instigate the people of the state to stage “violent protests” against the recent amendments in the SC/ST Act.

  • Bhopal: Threefold rise in salary of government lawyers

    Bhopal: Advocate general in MP will now receive salary on par with assembly speaker and ministers. The cabinet on Tuesday decided to hike the salaries of advocate general, additional advocate general, deputy advocate general, government advocate and deputy government advocate.

  • Bhopal: MGNREGS officer transferred after BJP MLA’s resignation threat

    BHOPAL: Alleging massive corruption in MGNREGS works in Chhindwara district, BJP MLA Ramesh Dube threatened to resign from his assembly membership unless the MGNREGS officer and the CEO of the district panchayat were transferred. After his threat, the panchayat and rural development minister announced in the House on Tuesday that the officer would be removed. He said transferring the CEO was not in his jurisdiction and he would discuss the matter with

  • 39 cops injured as bus overturns in Bhopal

    Bhopal: As many as 39 policemen sustained injuries when their bus overturned near Dudher River Ghat between Rainikheda and Sitadongri villages under Mahuljhir police station in Chhindwara district on Tuesday afternoon.

  • 80,000 hit in Bhopal, 3.5-L families in Madhya Pradesh

    Bhopal: Rain water entering into houses, affected 80,000 persons in the state capital after excessive rains on Saturday morning while nearly 3.5 lakh families were affected all over the state. This came to fore in a review meeting chaired by chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Monday.

  • CBI raids Chhindwara WCL mines

    BHOPAL: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) team raided Jamuna-Kotma coal mine of Western Coalfields Limited (WCL) in Chhindwara district and unearthed irregularities worth crores of rupees on the part of the lease holder. Raees Khan is lease holder of coal mines of Jamuna-Kotma and allegedly he was not dumping waste material (soil) at authorised dump-yard. Thus Khan saved transportation cost and withdrew entire payment in the name of dumping soil at