Free Press Journal
  • Resident demand regular police patrolling on highway

    Burhanpur: Police patrolling should be facilitated at Burhanpur-Ichhapur road, so that the vehicles that are parked in middle of the road and are blocking way for others, they should immediately removed and strict action should be taken against. This will help decreasing the frequent ‘Jaams’ and will lessen the accidents as well.

  • Car hit by truck; couple critically injured

    Burhanpur: A Maruti car (MP-09-J-8535) heading towards Indore from Burhanpur was hit by a speeding truck (MP-12-0148) due to which the husband-wife sitting inside the car got critically injured. Husband Luv Chetan got a fracture in his leg whereas his wife Rani Luv was hit on head during the mishap. Police has registered the case.

  • Credit cards distributed

    Burhanpur : Under the orders of the government, credit cards were distributed to the farmers at Zero percent interest rate. The self-service committee of Bhambada distributed credit cards t the farmers at 0 percent interest rate.  The chief guest for the occasion was Dada Rao Mahajan. As per the received information, 21 members were distributed with credit of Rs 15.65 lakh.

  • Six water tankers distributed from MLA fund

    Bagli: Six tankers were distributed from the MLA fund in Samgi, Ismailkheds, Jatashankar, Bilawali and Sevniyakhurd. On this occasion, MP Champalal Devda was present as the chief guest, district Panchayat member Ramesh Patel, Kailash Vyas and representatives of gram Panchayats were also present. Rajesh Nagori conducted the event and BDO Anstar Singh Chauhan presented vote of thanks.

  • Pre-monsoon rains lash Dhar

    Dhar: A fall in the temperature of the city was observed due to the sudden rain, last evening. Water filled in many colonies due to which residents suffered many problems, though they got relived from the high temperature. Due to the on-going construction work of the ideal road, water filled in the silver hills colony as well. The humidity level also fell down due to continuous rain for an hour.


    Thimphu : How do you report on a country that really doesn’t have much to complain about? It is just not in their DNA, it seems. The Bhutanese are a happy people and they are quite delighted that the Indian Prime Minister chose to visit Thimphu as his maiden foreign visit.

  • Delhi heading for assembly polls?

    New Delhi : The national capital appears to be heading for assembly elections within next six months with all three major parties – BJP, Aam Aadmi Party and Congress – contending that there was no option but to seek people’s mandate afresh for formation of a new government, reports PTI.

  • Teens on Tech Talk

    According to a recent survey, urban teenagers are hyper-connected and have adopted digital lifestyles already. Vinita Bajari reports

  • Cong leader’s son shot dead in Amethi

    Amethi : Uttar Pradesh Congress leader Jang Bahadur Singh’s son was shot dead by unidentified men in Amethi on Saturday.

  • In pursuit of excellence

    There is a lot of buzz around the announcement of having an IIT and IIM in every state. Reena Jhaveri asks students what they feel about the move

  • Power-play?

    In the ongoing series on infrastructural problems students talk to Pallavi Mehta about the total disregard for wasting electricity!

  • Not now!

    In our ongoing skill-building series, Priti Botadkar asks experts about combatting procrastination Pro-cras-ti-nate! The word itself is so lengthy, that you do not feel like doing anything!” a student once remarked to this writer. Well, whatever the reason, often, students tend to put things to a later date, and find themselves in a soup.

  • ‘India’s biodiversity under severe threat’

    New Delhi : India’s plant and animal species, particularly in the global biodiversity hotspots of Himalayas, Western Ghats, Northeast and the Nicobar Islands, are under severe threat due to overexploitation, forest fires and climate change, says an official report.

  • What next?

    With the announcement of the class 10 ICSE and CBSE results earlier, and with the impending announcement of the SSC results tomorrow, will begin the long-drawn process of admission to junior college. It means students need to fit in their likes and wants with the means – that is their scores.