Free Press Journal
  • Trains to Bina to be terminated

    BHOPAL : West Central Rail, Bhopal division, has decided for short termination of some trains and cancelling some trains running on Bhopal-Bina rail section. The curb on train traffic has been effected in the wake of ongoing construction of third rail line on Bhopal-Bina rail section between August 6 and 13.

  • Ronaldo’s ‘inner secret’!

    London :  Cristiano Ronaldo’s brand CR7 is promoting its second collection of underwear by projecting his bare-chested images wearing the skivvies around seven major cities.

  • Last Shravan Somwar celebrated with devotion

    Omkareshwar : Thousands of devotees swarmed into the temples to mark the last Monday of the holy month of Shravan.  Shravan Maas is considered the holiest month of the year as it comes with innumerable religious festivals and ceremonies. All Mondays, or Somwaars, of the Shraavan month, are specially observed with auspiciousness. People were seen performing ‘Special Puja’ at various places.

  • Ending on a high note

    Miami :  Manchester United ended their US pre-season tour on a high note on Monday, rallying for a 3-1 triumph over English Premier League rivals Liverpool.

  • Nikon camera, gold jewellery gone from contractor’s house

    BHOPAL : Burglars struck at the locked house of a contractor located at Vishnava Apartments under Bagsewaniya police station in broad daylight and escaped with booty worth Rs 60,000 on Tuesday morning.

  • CJI urged to suspend HC administrative judge

    BHOPAL : A demand to suspend and remove administrative judge SK Gangele of MP High Court, Gwalior bench has been made to chief justice of India (CJI). Awdhesh Singh Bhadauria, advocate in his letter to CJI claimed that the allegations levelled by woman ADJ on Gangele were of serious nature and a cause of concern for judiciary. He said the woman judge was honest and fearless and a high level probe must

  • Van Gaal focused on Swansea

    Miami: Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal was pleased to win the Champions Cup but immediately set his sights on the first game of the Barclays Premier League season.

  • Min inaugurates five rural branches of Canara Bank

    BHOPAL : Panchayat and rural development minister Gopal Bhargava inaugurated five new rural branches of Canara Bank on Tuesday in a function. Additional chief secretary, panchayat and rural development, Aruna Sharma presided over the function. Commissioner, Panchayati Raj, Raghuvir Shrivastava was also present.

  • No work for job-card holders under MNREGA

    Khargone: The job cardholders under MNREGA of Mangaon gram Panchayat do not get jobs for the last five years however; under this scheme, it is mandatory to provide 100 days employment to the cardholders in a financial year.

  • Married woman abducted

    SHIVPURI: An unidentified youth abducted a married woman from Maniar area under Kotwali police station limits in the district on Saturday. Her husband complained to the police.

  • BCCI wants ICC to appeal against Commissioner’s verdict

    Mumbai/Dubai :  Miffed by the Judicial Commissioner’s verdict pronouncing England’s pace spearhead James Anderson not guilty in the altercation with Ravindra Jadeja, the BCCI wants the ICC to appeal against the ruling which it finds ‘totally wrong’.

  • Lanka wary of Pak assault

    Galle :  Rusty Pakistan and overworked Sri Lanka are set for an enthralling contest when they open a two-Test series in Galle today, the last for the retiring Mahela Jayawardene.

  • Sushil Kumar

    Wrestling star Sushil most searched athlete

    New Delhi :  Wrestling Star Sushil Kumar was the most searched Indian athlete on Google during the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

  • Focus on good series than one incident, says Ian Bell

    Manchester :  England batsman Ian Bell has urged the two teams should focus on the on-field play in the finely poised five-match series as the action shifts to the fourth Test at Old Trafford starting on Thursday.

  • Bhoomi poojan of CC road

    ASHTA: Municipality chairperson Dr Meena Vinit Singi performed bhoomi poojan of CC road at four places in ward No-18 on Monday. Ward corporator Girija Makhan Kushwaha was also present on the occasion. Gambhirmal Kushwaha, Lakhan Kushwaha, Chain Singh Khatri, Ashish Khatri, Babulal Sahu, Maniram Kushwaha, Ashok Kushwaha, Manish Shrivastava, Pappu Kushwaha and others were present on the occasion.

  • Warm welcome for gold medallists Dipika, Joshna

    Chennai: Dipika Pallikal and Joshna Chinappa, winners of India’s first-ever gold medal at the Commonwealth Games squash competitions, were accorded a rousing welcome on their arrival here from Glasgow, Scotland.

  • Coal rake unloading stops as labourers strike work

    UMARIA : The labourers have not been given wages for coal rake unloading at Sanjay Gandhi Thermal power project so they have stopped work and started strike on August 2.

  • HS school Principal extorting money from students for ‘higher-ups’

    NARSINGHPUR : The condition of the schools located in the tribal areas and remote villages is deteriorating rapidly due to negligent behaviour of the staff posted in these schools. Every now and then severe irregularities in these schools surface, but the district administration evades its responsibility by merely constituting monitoring committees. The state government has tried to improve the system by launching the School Chalein Hum campaign but the changes brought at