Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Ganpati Bappa Morya reverberates in air as Ganesha festival begins

    Ganesha Chaturthi was celebrated in the state capital with religious fervour on Thursday. Like others, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, his cabinet colleagues and other politicians also got into the festive mood while welcoming Lord Ganesha at their respective homes. Chauhan with his wife Sadhna Singh went to market and purchased colourfully-crafted idol of Lord Ganesha. Every year, the CM installs Lord Ganesha at the CM House. Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Narottam

  • Bhopal: Holders of 5 acres of land will also be included in Sambal, says CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan

    CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan, addressing a huge public meeting in Village Bhubabihia of Mandla district, announced that in sambal scheme, farmers and small businessmen up to 5 acres will also be included. CM said that if the farmer family up to 5 acres has more than one sibling in the family, they would also be eligible for the scheme. Nearly 80 lakh farmers of the state having 5 acres of land will be

  • Shivraj Singh Chauhan seeks completion of railway projects in MP

    Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Shivraj Singh Chauhan on Tuesday called on Union Railways Minister Piyush Goyal and apprised him of the pending rail projects in the state and requested for their early completion.

  • CM cancels Ujjain tour at the eleventh hour

    Ujjain: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan’s tour programme to the Mahakal City was cancelled at the eleventh hour on Monday afternoon. The CM was scheduled to arrive here from Bhopal at 12.35 noon by a chopper and was to leave for Indore at 7.15 pm by car.

  • Bhopal: Rewa mega solar project starts supplying power

    Bhopal: Rewa Ultra Mega Solar Ltd (RUMS) on Friday said that power supply has started from its 750 MW Rewa solar power project from Thursday midnight. The 750MW Solar Project in Rewa district, is among the largest single-site solar power plants in the world. Rewa project has been acknowledged in India and abroad for its robust project structuring and numerous innovations.

  • Bhopal: Prevalent child labour deprive many of childhood

    Bhopal: Government claims to provide all facilities to ensure children should go to schools. But it remains an uncomfortable reality that many children are deprived of their childhood as they are forced to take up odd jobs just to support the financial needs of their families.

  • Ujjain: BJP to reach out to people through ‘Jan Ashirwad Yatra’

    Ujjain: In an attempt to reach out to people of the State and Ujjain division, the Bharatiya Janata Party will organise a ‘Jan Ashirwad Yatra’ on July 14. A divisional meeting of members, workers and leaders of the BJP was hence organised on Thursday, for preparations of the upcoming yatra.

  • Ujjain: Farmers forced to participate in BJP’s ‘gratitude rally’

    Ujjain: The BJP-sponsored ‘aabhar’ (gratitude) rally of farmers, failed to impress people here on Monday in wake of less number of vehicles and actual participants as compared to claims. Also, commuters had to suffer a lot, as most of the prime roads were blocked to facilitate passing out of the rally.

  • FPJ-Moneycontrol: Madhya Pradesh’s glorious agri-revolution

    The Venue was the Mariott Indore, in that City.the occasion was a conference on ‘Madhya Pradesh’s glorious agri-revolution’ which was jointly organised by Free Press journal and, in association with the state government of Madhya Pradesh. More than 500 people gathered to hear Madhya Pradesh, Chief Minister, Shivraj Singh Chauhan. he was delivering his keynote address. in the packed conference hall, Chauhan discussed his achievements, his

  • Ujjain: Preparations for ‘CM Mazdoor Kalyan (Sambal) Yojana’ begin

    Ujjain: In connection with ‘Chief Minister Mazdoor Kalyan (Sambal) Yojana’ to be organised here on May 27 in the presence of CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan, Divisional Commissioner MB Ojha and Collector Manish Singh held a meeting of officials at the Commissioner’s bungalow, here on Sunday. The Commissioner instructed the Collector to take necessary steps to host the programme in a grand manner. By allotting different works to the officials, better arrangements can

  • Bhopal: Government doctors may opt for mass resignation in state

    Bhopal: Taking cue for their counterparts in Rajasthan, the protesting MBBS doctors in the state are mulling over tendering mass resignation if government failed to concede to their demand. Protesting doctors in neighbouring state had threatened to offer mass resignation forcing the CM to accept their demand.

  • CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan, PCC chief  Kamal Nath share same dais, same words

    Bhopal: The hunting for vote’s banks is gaining momentum in MP where the polls are due later this year. Both BJP as well as Congress are jostling to penetrate the electorates. A glaring example of this desperation was set when Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan as well as PCC chief Kamal Nath shared the dais of programme of Akhil Bharatiya Koli Samaj on Sunday.

  • Bhopal: CM speaks to FM, urges him to supply enough cash to Madhya Pradesh

    Bhopal: The country-wide cash crunch has put the Madhya Pradesh government in a tight spot in the election year and forced the Chief Minister to have a dialogue with the Union finance minster Arun Jaitely. In fact, keeping the difficulties being faced by people in mind because of wedding season and farmers’ immediate need for cash, Chouhan spoke to Jaitely on Thursday urging him to supply enough cash to the state.

  • Bhopal: Government to create 1 lakh govt jobs for youths: Chouhan

    Bhopal: Belying the fears that youths will not get job after the government’s decision on increasing the retirement age, the Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan assured on Sunday that his government would create one lakh jobs in various departments. “So youths should not be worried over the increase in the retirement age of government employees. It will have no impact on their job opportunities,” assured Chouhan.

  • Criminals don’t have human rights, says Shivraj Singh

    Bhopal : Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan on Friday said there are no human rights for anti-social elements, justifying the police parading criminals in public. While speaking at an event organised for creating awareness about women’s safety and security, Chauhan said, his government has zero-tolerance for crimes against women. He also said priority is to provide security to women. “Criminals who eve-tease our daughters and make it difficult for them

  • Ujjain: City youths in regional ABVP body

    Ujjain: Five local student leaders were appointed functionaries of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), regional body during its golden jubilee celebrations held at Bhopal. The appointments were made during the 50th three day regional convention of the ABVP, which concluded on Thursday.