Free Press Journal
  • HC issues contempt notice to IMC over CP Nagar eviction

    Indore : Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court has issued contempt notice to Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) for violating the stay granted on shifting of residents of CP Shekhar Nagar. The court directed to IMC to file its reply by September 7.

  • Mixed day for Indians in World Athletics C’ships

    Beijing : Lalita Babar finished eighth in the 3000m steeplechase event while Tintu Luka crashed out in the first round heats of the 800m race but booked berth for the Rio olympics on the fifth day of the World Athletics Championships on Wednesday.

  • Trial run of engine from Indore-Tehi successful

    Indore : There is good news for exporters of the Malwa region as the trial run of engine from Indore-Tehi-Indore was tested successfully, on Wednesday. However, the track is expected to open for rail traffic by the end of this year because signal and electric work are not yet over.

  • Its tiger, not the lion, which is the real king of jungle quotes Rehman

    BHOPAL : The ‘Tigerland India Film Festival’ and a wildlife based two-day photography exhibition were inaugurated at Samanwaya Bhawan in the city on Wednesday. The programme has been organised by Society for Tigerland conservation, Bhopal in which yesteryear renowned actor Waheeda Rehman was the guest of honour.

  • Boy dies a month after consuming poison

    INDORE: A class X student consumed poisonous substance in Dwarkapuri area and died after a month during treatment in the hospital here on Wednesday.

  • Army XI set up title clash with AI

    Mumbai : Defending champions Army XI and former champions Air India reached the final of the 11th PMC Bank-Guru Tegh Bahadur Gold Cup All India Hockey Tournament here by defeating respective rivals Central Railway and ONGC in the semi finals on Wednesday.

  • Maliaya inaugurates e-stamp facility

    BHOPAL : Minister for Finance and Commercial Tax, Jayant Maliaya inaugurated the facility of e-stamp generation by service providers for non-registered documents in the city on Wednesday. The facility would enable service providers to print e-stamps related to such documents, which are not registered. Inspector General, Registration, Deepali Rastogi was present on the occasion.

  • India has abundant raw material, but it seldom reaches industries: Kumar

    Indore : Shiv Kumar, President- Business Development and Marketing of Mittal Corp Limited, here on Wednesday said that the country has abundant raw material which is sufficient for the coming 200-300 years but the ignorance of the bankers and missing link between the industry and the raw material is creating a problem.

  • BSSS management club inaugurated

    BHOPAL : The Management Club of the Department of Management of the Bhopal School of Social Sciences (BSSS) for the academic session 2015-16 was inaugurated on Wednesday.

  • BPL: Mumbai Stars shine

    Mumbai : Mumbai Stars enjoyed another successful day as they subdued SPG Billiardiers 3-1 in Qualifier-I and advanced to the 2nd Billiards Premier League on Wednesday.

  • 6-yr-old Sarangi player pays homage to grandpa

    BHOPAL: A two-day concert ‘Durlabh Vadya Prasang 2015’ was inaugurated with performance of disciples of late Ustad Lateef Khan at Bharat Bhavan on Wednesday. It is being organised by Ustad Alauddin Khan Academy in the memory of a renowned Sarangi player Ustad Lateef Khan. The concert began with a five minutes solo performance of six-year old master Amir Hussain. He presented a composition in Raag ‘Bhairo’ which enchanted the audience. Hussain represents

  • National, regional awards conferred on Urdu litterateurs

    BHOPAL : A two-day programme to felicitate national and regional-level litterateurs opened here on Wednesday at State museum. It is being organised by Madhya Pradesh Urdu Academy to mark the centenary year of noted authors Ishmat Chughtai and Rajinder Singh Bedi.

  • MPTDC personnel bid farewell to Lohani

    BHOPAL : MP State Tourism Development Corporation (MPTDC), Commissioner and Managing Director, Ashwini Lohani was bid farewell by the personnel of the Corporation on Wednesday.

  • Painting contest on renewable energy

    BHOPAL : A painting competition was organised under the aegis of Madhya Pradesh Urja Vikas Nigam at its state headquarters. The theme of painting competition was renewable energy. The students from around 40 schools took part in the competition, organised under various categories.

  • Workshop for jewelers

    BHOPAL : Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd (MCX) organised awareness programmes at Bhopal and Gwalior. The programmes were organised for members of Shri Sarafa Association, Bhopal; and Sona Chandi Vyapari Sangh, most of whom were jewelers and focused on the benefits of hedging bullion price exposures. While the programme was organised to create awareness and enhance knowledge among the commodity stakeholders about the commodity futures market in India, it also served

  • Swar Triveni to remember Mukesh on Aug 29

    Ujjain : Playback singer late Mukesh’s devotional musical night will be organised on August 27 at the auditorium hall of the Kalidasa Academy. The programme for the music lovers is being organised by ‘Swarangan Music Ujjain’.

  • RGPV holds TT competition

    BHOPAL : A Table-Tennis Competition at nodal level was organised by Rajiv Gandhi Praudhyogiki Vishwavidhyalaya (RGPV) at Patel Group of Institutions.

  • Three-member panel to probe into youth’s death

    Indore : A day after a student of School of Physical Education died after collapsing during the selection trial of cross country race, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) acting Vice Chancellor Prof Ashutosh Mishra on Wednesday announced that a three member committee will be constituted to probe into the incident.