Free Press Journal
  • Man goes for fishing, drowns in Upper Lake

    BHOPAL: A 45-year-old man drowned in Upper Lake near Khanugaon on Thursday morning. He had gone for fishing in the lake and drowned. Police following the information of the incident reached the spot, registered a case and sent the body for post-mortem examinations. According to Koh-E-Fiza police cousin of the deceased Santosh informed the police that his brother Raju, 45, son of Kaluram, resident of Halalpur area had gone for fishing in

  • NGO to train horticulture farmers

    BHOPAL : The state Horticulture Department will sign an MoU with “Srijan” institutions to groom and guide the farmers in horticulture sector as trainers. The MoU will be signed by Principal Secretary Horticulture Praveer Krishna and Srijan’s Head Ved Arya during a workshop at Mantralaya on June 19.

  • Nach Baliye finalist ‘jodi’ enjoys dancing together

    BHOPAL :“Reality show is lucky for us from beginning. We performed in first show eleven years back and now we are performing again. We met first time during first reality show and then get marriage. We saw many positive changes in our life,” said popular Jodi of reality show ‘Nach Baliye 7’ Amruta Khanvilkar and Himanshu Malhotra.

  • Bharat Bhavan exemplifies Correa’s formidable talent

    BHOPAL : A condolence meeting was organised on Thursday at Bharat Bhavan in memory of internationally acclaimed architect and designer of Bharat Bhawan Charles Correa on his sudden demise on June 16 in Mumbai.

  • Present-day education is polluting minds: Manoj Shrivastava

    BHOPAL : A national workshop on ‘Why, What and How of Learning’ was inaugurated on Thursday at Sanchi University for Buddhist-Indic Studies. Principal Secretary, Culture, Manoj Shrivastava was the chief guest in the inaugural session. Shrivastava in his address appreciated the initiative of alternative education of the University. He said prevailing education is polluting the mind of a child. Citing example of people of Badwa community of Jhabua, he said that we

  • Rape accused sentenced to death

    Sehore : First Additional Upper Sessions Judge of Ashta Alka Dubey sentenced the 30 year man, who had raped a minor girl to be hunged till dealth and a penalty of Rs 4000.

  • Reliance manager on the run after embezzlement

    Jabalpur : Manager of Reliance Company ran away after embezzling a sum of Rs 60 lakh. A case has been registered with the Police at Lordganj Police Station with regards to the incident and investigations are on.

  • Collector praised by Chief Secretary DeSa

    Hoshangabad : Collector Sanket Bhondwe was praised by Chief Secretary Antony De Sa, during the Parakh Video Conference for getting 100 percent online registration with regards to SC/ ST certificates.

  • Summer sport training camp concludes

    Katni : A Summer Sport Training Camp organized under ACC CSR-Kymore during June 1-15, 2015. Around 230 Students from Kymore and the surrounding Villages participated in the Camp and received Training on different Sports from the State and National level Coaches. From this Training Camp, around 80 best performing Students have been selected who will be trained in different capacities and their participation will be ensured in various Distt and State level

  • Costly books put more burden on parents

    Bhikangaon : With the beginning of new education session, troubles of parents have also increased, especially for those who wished to send their children to English medium schools. The syllabus books recommended by the English medium schools are costly, moreover, only some stationeries of the town keep those books due to the commission.

  • Agricultural symposium concludes in Chhatarpur

    Chhatarpur : An agricultural symposium was organised by agricultural department, in accordance with the directions of Madhya Pradesh Government. Municipality of Bijawar’s community hall graced the concluding ceremony.

  • Jinalaya’s dining hall, dormitory to be inaugurated today

    Jaora: A new dining hall and dormitory would be inaugurated at the Shankheshwar Parshvnath Jinalay on June 19, 2015. The event would see gracious presence of Rishbhachandra Vijay jee Masa, anchor Muniraj Rajat Chandra Vijay Jee Masa, Sadhwi Darshan Rekha Jee Masa, Ratna Traya Shree Jee and Tatwatrayashreejee Masa. The function would start sharp at 9am in the morning, where vice president of Samaj Ratna Babulal Vardhan and Bheenmal would be chief

  • Suspension of services of some trains opposed

    Ratlam : BJP leader and former corporator Govind Kakani has opposed the decision of the Western Railway to discontinue the services of some of the trains between Ratlam-Nagda which were introduced when the work of gauge conversion between Ratlam-Indore via Fatehabad commenced.

  • Students given tips on facing interviews

    BHOPAL: A ‘Corporate Induction Programme’ was organised at Government Maulana Azad Central Library in collaboration with Daksh Group. The programme centred on information on education and career. Memory trainer Vijay Pal and Achal Batham addressed the participants.

  • Three-km-long road in Rewa to have solar street lights

    BHOPAL: Rewa, which will soon have the largest solar plant in the world, is going to become a role model for the state in the field of solar streetlights. Energy, New and Renewable Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Shri Rajendra Shukla lay foundation stone of the solar power plant to be established in partnership with various government undertakings on June 21. University Road’s 3 km long stretch will be lit up with

  • Woman raped on marriage pretext

    Indore : A man was booked on Wednesday night for raping a girl, residing in his neighbourhood in Ravidas Nagar, on the pretext of marriage. The accused allegedly issued life threats to the girl to keep her from lodging a police complaint.

  • Kumaram takes charge as collector

    Neemuch: IAS officer Nand Kumaram took charge as new collector of Neemuch on Thursday. CEO of District Panchayat Jamuna Bhide, additional collector Preeti Maithil and PR Katrolia welcomed the new collector. An IAS officer of 2008 batch, Nand Kumaram is B. Tech in petroleum engineering. He was introduced to the officers at the collectorate meeting hall. Earlier, he served as assistant collector at Jabalpur, CEO of District Panchayat of Sagar and Singrauli,

  • Visiting faculty last hope for dying Govt College

    Gandhwani : Gandhwani Development Block is consist of around 150 small, large size villages falling under 66 pachayats leading to 1,80,000 people residing in it.

  • Cong party workers stage protest, demand Sushma’s resignation

    Piplia (Mandsaur) : With the demand of sacking Union External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, who was allegedly involved in helping cricket administrator Lalit Modi with travel documents, congress party workers staged protest on Thursday. They submitted a memorandum, addressed to the Prime Minister and the President, to tehsildar Paras Kunhara.

  • One-day state-level volleyball organized

    Khachrod : Sanwer emerged champions at the one-day state-level volleyball tournament organized by MP Police here. In the keenly contested final, Sanwer beat Dalot team from Rajasthan.