Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: BMC to issue notice to company closing landfill

    Bhopal: Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) will send a notice to company, which is working for scientific closure of Bhanpur trenching ground after a major fire caused chocking smoke all around that put lives and health of over three lakh residents at stake. The chocking smoke billowing out of Bhanpur trenching ground continued till Wednesday.

  • Bhopal: CM promises no ahata, but allows 2,500 to do biz

    Bhopal: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s announcement regarding closure of ahataas operating in Madhya Pradesh finds no mention in the state excise policy to be implemented in next financial year.

  • Bhopal: Lukewarm response leaves artisans high and dry

    Bhopal: It is 4.30 pm and Govind Ram from Rajasthan is still awaiting his first customer of the day at his stall at Lokrang – a signature five-day festival of state culture department organised every year on Republic Day. This is the 33rd edition of the event.   Govind who has brought a range of short and long ‘kurtis’ from his native state doubts whether he will be able to cover the expenses

  • Bhopal: Bhanpur trenching ground troubled us no end, say residents

    Bhopal: The local residents living around trenching ground where fire created smog in the old city area have become apprehensive. A fire which broke out in Bhanpur trenching ground caused smoke that enveloped localities for several kilometers.

  • Bhopal: MLB College turns a perfect host, suspends classes for ABVP event

    Bhopal: Government Maharani Laxmi Bai Girls Post Graduate College kept academic activities suspended for two days so as to ‘host’ ABVP convention on its campus. While the students might be at loss as no classes were conducted for all these days, the college administration, however, managed to make an earning as they charged rent from ABVP for using their premises. All classes were suspended in the college on January 27 and January

  • Bhopal: Beneficiaries dump LPG, go back to chulhas

    Bhopal: The state government has issued 34 lakh LPG connections under Ujjwala Yojana so far. However, the beneficiaries avoid buying a refill after their first free cylinder gets exhausted. Sources said that the cylinders given under the scheme are not being recycled.

  • Bhopal: Bavaria tours state 10 times in 5 months; Sahasrabuddhe goes missing

    Bhopal: As the assembly elections draw closer, the Congress is increasingly making its presence felt in the state while the BJP organisation seems to be losing steam. The AICC general secretary in-charge for Madhya Pradesh Deepak Bavaria is constantly in the news while his BJP counterpart Vinay Sahasrabuddhe has turned his back on the state since his appointment as the chairman of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR).

  • Bhopal: BU to celebrate World Wetland Day on Feb 2

    Bhopal: Two departments of the Barkatullah University will celebrate World Wetland Day on February 2 to aware the students about importance of wetlands especially urban. Department of zoology and applied aquaculture along with department of environment and limnology will jointly organise a painting competition, interactive session and field visit to the Upper Lake for the students on February, 1, 2 and 4 respectively.

  • Bhopal: Accommodate medical students, SC tells MP govt

    Bhopal: Supreme Court on Monday said that first year MBBS students of RKDF College can be accommodated in other medical colleges as sufficient number of medical seats are lying vacant in Madhya Pradesh. The apex court further said that matter is pending with High Court,
    which can take an early decision.

  • Bhopal: MPSD students to bring ‘Talgahr’ on stage on January 30

    Bhopal: The students of MP School of Drama (MPSD) will stage ‘Talgahr,’ Hindi adaptation of Maxim Gorky’s ‘The Lower Depths,’ first time in the state. Before staging the play at Bharat Bhawan on January 30 and 31, the students ran through the play at the MPSD on Sunday.

  • Bhopal: Had Cong backed Netaji, India would have got freedom in 1944: Bose

    Bhopal: Calling Subhash Chandra Bose as first Prime Minister of undivided India, Nitaji’s grandson, Chandra Kumar Bose, said that had Congress supported Azad Hind Sarkar constituted, India would have got freedom in 1944. Bose was addressing lecture series being organized in memory of Netaji SC Bose at Samanvay Bhavan on Sunday.

  • Bhopal: Vistar Dalam’s expansion plan keep police on toes

    Bhopal: The gunning down of a wanted naxalite in an encounter on MP-Chhattisgarh border on January 15 has once again brought to the fore the growing activities of Vistar Dalam, a group of 60-plus left wing extremists to create a new corridor in Madhya Pradesh.

  • Bhopal: Union minister opens auto testing track

    Bhopal: Union minister of state for heavy industries Babul Supriyo and minister for industry of Madhya Pradesh Rajendra Shukla inaugurated the Asia’s biggest auto testing track in Pithampur of Dhar district on Sunday. Babul Supriyo said that country’s research and development activities in the sector of automobile engineering and technology will get boost, due to the construction of auto testing track in Pithampur. He hoped that Pithampur will emerge as a hub

  • Ujjain: Preparations of Republic day in full swing

    Ujjain: Several cultural programmes will be organized on Republic day in the city. ‘Loktantra Ka Lokotsav Bharat Parv’ will be presented by the Swaraj Sansthan Sanchnalaya and cultural department of the Madhya Pradesh. The same programme will be organised at all the districts in the State. The programme has been being organised for the past 10 years in the state.

  • Ujjain: Minister, div com motivate students during “Prerna Samvaad” in various schools

    Ujjain: The ‘Prerna Samvaad’ programme, was held at various schools in which energy minister Paras Jain motivated students on the need to work hard for a better future. He told students of the Government Jivajiganj Higher Secondary School and Government Shaligram Tomar Higher Secondary School, Daulatganj, that they could scale several heights on the basis of knowledge.