Free Press Journal
  • Kejriwal does not understand role of CM, says Delhi women Congress President

    New Delhi: Commenting on Aam Aadmi Party’s (AAP) protest against the Delhi Police in the capital, Delhi Women Congress President Onika Mehrotra on Monday criticized Delhi Law Minister Somnath Bharti for using offensive words against Ugandan women, adding that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal could not differentiate between role of a CM and minister.

  • AAP to contest LS polls alone in state

    BHOPAL: Ajit Jha, member of national executive body of the Aam Aadmi Party ( AAP) said the party will not tie up with Congress or any other political party in the state during the Lok Sabha polls. Jha was interacting with media in a function organised at adgar- e- Shahjehani Park to mark conclusion of Swaraj atra on Sunday.

  • MP in grip of biting cold, 8.6° C in Bhopal, Damoh 5° C

    BHOPAL: Entire state including Bhopal was in grip of biting cold. In Bhopal, night temperature dropped by 3° C infusing frostiness in atmosphere on Sunday. Day temperature reduced nominally. Damoh recorded 5° C which was lowest in the state.

  • Cheerful morning, bubbly kids and lots of fun

    BHOPAL: I t was a bright, cheerful Sunday morning. Light breeze was blowing and the Sun was waging a valiant battle with the chilly weather, winning it now, losing it then. The undulating landscape of the Priyadarshini park, located in the heart of the city, was full of bubbly kids, wearing colourful dresses, all wrapped up in sweaters, pullovers and jackets with woollen caps to boot.

  • Police arrest four for pickpocketing

    BHOPAL: Mangalwara police on Sunday evening caught four pick- pockets red- handed while trying to cut pocket of a man from Double Phatak area in Mangalwara. Besides their arrest, the police have also recovered blades from their possession.

  • MIXING COLOURS WITH IMAGINATION

    Indore: The wintry Sunday morning saw the riot of colours run across the lush green lawns of Free Press as thousands of schoolchildren participated in a painting competition, organised by Free Press along with DHL Infrabulls International Pvt Ltd.

  • 1,00,000 ladoos offered at Khajrana temple

    Indore: On the occasion of Til Chaturthi that was celebrated on Sunday, an offering of one lakh ladoos was presented to Lord Ganesha at Khajrana temple.

  • Eminent jury judges best entries of painting contest

    Ujjain: The eminent artists from local and far off places judged the paintings made by young children during Free Press’ ‘ On the Spot’ Painting Competition at Muktakashi Rangmanch ground of Kalidas Academy on Sunday. The judges found it difficult to assess the arts of talented participants.

  • Hues splash with hands of little artists during Painting Contest

    Ujjain: Young and cheerful faces with colourful dreams thronged to sprinkle their hues of happiness at Muktakashi Rangmanch Ground of Kalidas Sanskrit Academy to take part in Free Press ‘ On- the- Spot’ Painting Competition here on Sunday. Amidst the pinkish cold, children along with their parents and guardians rushed to the venue to exhibit their talent.

  • Parents lead their kids to take part in art fair

    Ujjain: Parents wholeheartedly led their kids at the venue of Spot Painting Contest amidst light cold at Kalidas Academy on Sunday. Some arrived by cars, some by two wheelers while some reached by public transport too.

  • 39 prizes distributed to winners of painting contest

    Ujjain : After the results were announced, winners lined up to the stage for getting attractive prizes. About 39 prizes including consolation and others were given away to winners by guest of honours. Sevadham Ashram founder Sudhir Bhai Goyal, Bharatiya Gyanpeeth Chairman Krishnamangal Singh Kulshreshtha, Sanjay George from World of Titan and others awarded prizes to winners. After prize distribution, Free Press Ujjain Bureau Chief Nirukt Bhargava; Free Press Regional

  • Kenyans clean sweep Mumbai

    Runners from the African nation bag all podium positions to outclass the Ethiopians in the men’s race

  • Lalitha completes hat-trick of titles; sets new course record

    Mumbai: Lalita Babar completed a hat-trick of wins among the Indian women and set a new course record, while Pune-based Army Sports Institute’s Karan Singh was the best finisher among the Indian men in the 11th Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon.