Free Press Journal
  • Industries’ hazardous water flowing in Nagdahan river

    Dewas : The officers of the MP Pollution board visited Dewas on Saturday and noticed the pollution caused by the industries in the rivers Shipra and Nagdahan. When they tried to contact the local officers, the officers answered by saying that they are out of town. It has been observed for past 30 years that the polluted water that is secreted from the industries, full of harmful chemicals, merges in the rivers

  • Aanganwadi worker dies in road mishap

    Khandwa : An Aanganwadi worker, named Shobha Sonvane, died in an accident. As per the received information, she asked for a lift from a bike rider. The bike rider, namely, Jitendra Dangode, recognised Shobha and offered the lift till Khandwa.

  • Debate on budget

    Indore  : A debate on budget would be organized at Jaal Auditorium under the joint aegis of MP Textile Mills Association, Textile Association India and Spinners Club, on July 11 at 7:30pm. Noted economist Dr Jayantilal Bhandari, senior tax consultant CA Subhash Deshpande, Tax consultant CA Sunil Jain and Prof Kamlesh Bhandari would attend the discussion. Informing about the event, organizer Ashok Veda said that well-known speakers would discuss on the budget

  • 11 rapes, 1 gang-rape daily in state

    BHOPAL : Home minister Babulal Gaur, in his written reply to a question raised by MLA Umang Sindhar, said 11 women became victims of rape in the state everyday.

  • Cong for more rly infra, writes letter to Speaker

    Indore : Seeking enhancement of rail services and facilities, the City Congress Committee on Monday sent a letter to Lok Sabha Speaker and local MP Sumitra Mahajan.

  • Discom not ready for new consumers

    Indore : After delimitation of wards, the higher officials at the Discom are facing a different kind of problem. They found that the Discom doesn’t have enough budget and adequate staff to give power supply to rural areas coming under the ambit of Indore civic body.

  • Nayagaon CCI cement unit to be back on track

    Neemuch : In the parliamentary area of Mansdaur-Neemuch, MP Sudhir Gupta inspected the Nayagaon unit of Cement Corporation which was shut for the past 18 years. After inspecting the factory, and having a discussion with the mineral department and the revenue department, he promised all the citizens that the factory shall be on the run again so that employment could be provided to the citizens. Sudhir also said that he had seen