Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: CM instructs admin, officers on various issues during VC

    Bhopal: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, addressing during video conferencing (VC) of administration and police officers here on Tuesday, directed to withdraw cases of general nature filed against scheduled tribes. Chouhan also directed to get pending cases of forest rights pattas examined by a high-power committee and dispose them by August. He urged the officers to implement governmental schemes and programmes as a well wisher.

  • Bhopal: Girijesh yet to record statement in Priti’s suicide case

    Bhopal: PWD minister Rampal Singh’s son Girijesh Singh has not come for statement recording despite police notice in connection with Priti Raghuvanshi suicide case. FIR has not been registered even after 11 days in the suicide case. Notice was served on March 24 to only PWD minister’s son.

  • Bhopal: 19-year youth was on steering, dint possess licence to drive truck

    Bhopal: The driver who was steering the truck which killed a journalist in Bhind on Monday did not possess a licence to drive heavy vehicle., Chief minister on Tuesday ordered a CBI probe into the case, even as the police prima facie have ruled out any criminal conspiracy.

  • Bhopal, Indore to have commissioner system of policing say CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan

    Bhopal: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Tuesday announced implementation of police commissioner system in Indore and Bhopal. Reviewing law and order, the chief minister said that in wake of increasing population in the two cities, he has decided to opt for the new system of policing.

  • Indore: Life’s journey is full of rough roads, say Agnihotri, Malhotra

    Indore: Bringing laurels to the city, businessmen and adventure seekers Ankit Malhotra and Vikram Agnihotri bagged the third place in Desert Storm car rally in professional category and returned to Indore on Tuesday. Desert Storm rally was held from National Capital region to Jodhpur in Rajasthan from March 19-23, 2018.

  • Indore: Malaria officer asked bribe of Rs 18,000: Ex-malaria inspector

    Indore: District health department is once again in news for wrong reasons. A retired junior malaria inspector lodged a complaint against district malaria officer for seeking bribe to clear his pay dues. The retired inspector has also complained to principal secretary, health, Indore divisional commissioner and district collector in this connection a week ago. Malviya has appealed to officials to probe the matter and release his payments as early as possible.

  • Indore: Construction of flyover at Pipliyahana Square to start in April

    Indore: The construction of the two-arm flyover at Pipliyahana square on eastern Ring Road will start by April end. Indore Development Authority will built it at cost of Rs 40.50 crore. It is likely to get completed by August 2019. The flyover is expected to ease traffic jams in the area.

  • Indore: Go beyond benchmarks set by people, IIM-I grads told

    Indore: Reliance Jio Messaging Services Pvt Ltd CEO Rahul Razdan asked students of Indian Institute of Management Indore to keep looking for new opportunities and move beyond benchmarks set by people. The students will pass out on Wednesday.

  • Indore: Non-teaching staff strike affects students’ future

    Indore: In an unprecedented move, Devi Ahilya Vishvavidyalaya (DAVV) examination controller Ashesh Tiwari on Monday called a multinational company official with a request not to cancel appointment of a student who could not produce his degree. The exam controller wanted to tell the MNC official that degree could not be issued to the student due to on-going strike by non-teaching employees at the university.

  • Bhopal: Scribe’s death; Govt recommends CBI probe

    Bhopal: The state government on Tuesday recommended CBI probe into the death of a TV journalist Sandeep Sharma who was crushed by a truck in Bhind on Monday. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan made the recommendation at a meeting held to discuss the law and order situation in the state.

  • Ujjain: Complaints pour in as Nagar Sampark Abhiyan continues

    Ujjain: Complaints pour in as Nagar Sampark Abhiyan continues Nagar Sampark Abhiyan by the Congress was conducted in wards 19 and 25 on Monday under the leadership of District Congress Committee (DCC) president Anantnarayan Meena.

  • Ujjain: Binod mills labourers hold meeting

    Ujjain: Binod mills Sanghansh Samiti held a meeting on releasing pending dues of labourers of the mills.
    The meeting was headed by Rashidbhai.

  • Ujjain: Mitra Bharat finds Kshipra water contaminated

    Ujjain: Members of Mitra Bharat organisation collected samples of Kshipra water from various places across the river and examined it to find the level of contamination. Following range of tests, the members stated that the water was getting polluted due to dirty water from other resources mixing into it. “Polluted water of Kanh river and drainages is contaminating the water of Kshipra which is adversely affecting the health of city dwellers,” they said.

  • Ujjain: Poets honoured at symposium

    Ujjain: Poet Arvind Trivedi and Subhash Kuara were felicitated with Sharadchandra More Smriti Samman at a poet symposium organised by the Saral Kavyanjali organisation. Poetess Renu Inani and poets Doulasingh Darbar, Mohammad Arif and Nasir Belim were also felicitated during the programme DIG Dr Ramansingh Sikarwarwas the chief guest of the programme.

  • Ujjain: Constables complete training session with flying colour

    Ujjain: The convocation and basic training session ceremonyof the first batch of new constables was held at Police Training Center (PTC) on Monday. The inspection of the parade of special armed force of 490 new constables was done by chief guest Additional Director General of Police (ADGP) training, Police headquarters Bhopal,

  • Bhopal: Saudan unhappy with party’s slow pace

    Bhopal: Bharatiya Janata Party national co-organisational general secretary Saudan Singh appeared quite annoyed over the slow pace of the state’s party organization in the ongoing election year. Singh advised the office bearers to tour.

  • Bhopal: Theatre artistes rue lack of ‘ticket’ audience

    Bhopal: On World Theatre Day, which falls on March 27, Free Press spoke to some theatre artistes of the state who have achieved name and fame to know the condition of theatre nowadays. They said that the condition of theatre artistes is far better than what it was earlier, but the audience doesn’t want to see plays by buying tickets. Some of them also said though theatre activities have intensified in Bhopal,

  • Bhopal: Police serves notice on minister’s son

    Bhopal: Raisen police issued notice to Girijesh Singh, son of PWD Minister Rampal Singh, in Priti Raghuvanshi suicide case on Monday. The notice probably has been served on minister’s son to record his statement in his wife suicide case.