Free Press Journal
  • Chinese Rakhis are a hit in Indore market

    Indore : Infusion of Chinese products in Indian market is no new thing, be it mobile phones, electronics, home decor as the growing middle class is the best market for Chinese manufacturers.

  • Self-employment schemes merged with enhanced schemes

    Khargone : A meeting of the district level advisory committee was held under the guidance of the collector, wherein, banks were informed about the rationalization of various self employment schemes. The meeting was attended all the departments relating to the self employment scheme and various bankers as well.

  • St Thomas School celebrates ‘Water Day’

    Mandsaur : Students of St Thomas School celebrated ‘Water Day’ to spread the message of water conservation. Various cultural and social programmes were organized in the school where students explained the importance of water. Students also painted posters titled ‘save water’.

  • Shivdola Procession to be out in four days

    Khargone:  Shivdola ,the shahi procession of the shree Shiddhanath Mahadevji on August 12, will host gallantry  performance of Punjabi knights and will also witness special Punjabi folk dance performance.

  • Culvert converts into accident-prone zone

    Gogaon : A small culvert situated in front of Agrawal Complex at Tehsil Headquarter Gogawa has turned into an accident prone area. PWD broke down both the walls of the culvert couple of months ago. The culvert is narrow and without walls hence drivers have to drive their vehicles very carefully and slowly. Hence long queue of vehicles gets build up on both sides of the culvert.

  • 16 students of Thakur Shivkumar Memorial Engg College placed on higher packages

    Burhanpur : 16 students of Thakur Shivkumar Singh Memorial Engineering College, (TSKMEC) which is country’s first college, established on co-operative basis, got placed in three major national-level companies on packages ranging from Rs 8-10 Lakh.   Thakur Virender Singh, Project Director of the college said that reputed companies of the country like, Phoenix C Pvt Lmtd, Waltup Technologies and E9 solutions have picked up 16 students of the college in a placement drive.

  • WRD officials bid farewell to SDO Barche

    Khargone : Officials and other staff of the Water Resource Department accorded a grand farewell party to the sub divisional officer of the department Subhash Chandra Barche. On the occasion, the employees remembered the time spent with him and gave their best wishes to him. VP Bhagora highlighted his working tenure and praised him for fulfilling the responsibilities very well. He appreciated him for his helping nature and said that he always

  • Curfew withdrawn, sec 144 continues

    Khandwa : While the Khandwa district administration withdrew the curfew with effect from 6am on Thursday morning, it has imposed section 144, until further orders are given by the district administration.

  • Sisters all set to celebrate Rakshabandhan

    Khargone/Nagda : The markets are all decked up as the residents across the state geared up to celebrate the festival of Rakshabandhan. The markets seemed crowed with people, especially womenfolk, who were seen choosing the best of rakhis and purchasing gifts, sweets, saris etc for the festival.

  • Municipal Corporation starts special cleanliness drive

    Burhanpur : Municipal Commissioner SK Rewal organised a meeting of Health Department on Wednesday and ordered all the officers and employees of Health Department to start a special cleanliness campaign in all 48 wards of the Municipal Corporation.

  • No Congress post for me: Priyanka

    New Delhi :  Seen as the most viable leadership option for the emasculated Congress party, Priyanka Gandhi has moved swiftly to deny all such speculation about her becoming a party general secretary or the president of its Uttar Pradesh unit.

  • US customs busts Kiwi’s ‘drug bat’

    Antigua :  In a bizarre incident on Friday, New Zealand all-rounder Jimmy Neesham’s bat was drilled by the US Police to check for drugs while he was travelling to West Indies to play in the Caribbean Premier League Twenty20 tournament.

  • Poor run in House but Sachin declared not out

    New Delhi :  Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairman P J Kurien on Friday gave a clean chit to legendary cricketer Sachin Tendulkar and 59-year old former Bollywood actress Rekha, saying they have not crossed the threshold of 60 days of absence to declare their seats vacant, though they have poor attendance record — only three days in case of Tendulkar and seven days in case of Rekha.

  • US begins bombing jihadists

    Obama defends air strikes, says they will save thousands of lives

  • SC dashes Cong hope of LOP post

    New Delhi :  The Congress move to take legal recourse if it were denied the post of the Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha suffered a setback on Friday when the Supreme Court held that any decision in the matter by the Lok Sabha Speaker is not open to judicial review.

  • Former union minister Jaswant Singh in coma

    New Delhi: Former union minister Jaswant Singh is in coma and on life support systems at the Army Research and Referral hospital here. An armyman, Singh held the portfolios of external affairs, defence and finance during his six year tenure in the Vajpayee led NDA-1 government from 1998 to 2004.

  • Medical emergency kept me away …

    New Delhi: Under attack over his absence from the Rajya Sabha, Sachin Tendulkar on Friday said there was a medical emergency that kept him away from Delhi and that he did not mean disrespect to any institution.