Free Press Journal
  • National LIC games to begin from today

    BHOPAL: A three-day All India LIC Games 2015-2016 of Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) will be inaugurated at TT Stadium on Thursday by LIC Chairman SK Roy. As many as 499 participants from 8 zones would take part in the event. Athletics, badminton, carom, chess, table tennis and volleyball matches would be played during the championship.

  • Seva Sadan to hold four urology camp in 2016

    BHOPAL: Sidh Bhau has said that like 2015, Four free urology camps would be organised at Sewa Sadan eye hospital in the year 2016 also.

  • Scindia congratulates state shooting academy players

    BHOPAL : Sports Minister Yashodhara Raje Scindia on Thursday met the medal winning players of Shooting Academy at TT Stadium. These players had excelled in the 59th Junior and Senior Shotgun and Pistol Shooting Championship held at Jaipur and Delhi.

  • Each branch should be profit centre: P&S Bank CMD

    BHOPAL: Punjab and Sind Chairman and Managing Director, Sardar Jatinder Bir Singh addressed a meeting of Branch Managers of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh States and emphasised on quality of customer services, extension of technological banking facilities to customers, engagement with customers on regular basis and Retail banking to make each bank branch unique profit centre. He also stressed the branches to actively participate in PMJDY, Insurance schemes, pension schemes and mudra lending

  • Release of science books today

    BHOPAL :A programme titled ‘Vigyan Parva Evam Anusrijan Samman’ will be organised at AISECT University on December 19.

  • SC lays down ground rules for collegium

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Wednesday came out with a slew of guidelines to improve the collegium system of appointment of judges in the higher judiciary by asking the Centre to finalise a memorandum of procedure in consultation with the Chief Justice of India. A five-judge constitution bench headed by Justice J S Khehar also asked the government to look into five key aspects — eligibility criteria, transparency in appointment process, setting up of

  • Cong workers submit memo to tehsildar

    DHARAMPURI : Irked over false complaint against Haji Mujeeb Qureshi and his son Kamran Qureshi in Dhar police station, Congress workers in Dharampuri submitted a memorandum to tehsildar. In the memo written in the name of State Governor, Congress workers demanded probe into the matter demanded the complaint against Haji and his son be scrapped. Executive president Kamal Kishore, former MLA Panchilal Meda, block Congress president Sabbir Pehalwan, block Congress president of

  • Arun Jaitley

    Jaitley should quit, demands Congress

    Kejriwal changes tack, says CBI sleuths read the DDCA-Jaitley file but “left it” behind after his media briefing.

  • AI crew gets sucked into plane engine

    Mumbai : In a horrifying accident, an aircraft technician was torn to shreds after being sucked into the engine of an Air India aircraft during push back at the Mumbai airport on Thursday evening. The freak mishap occurred when the co-pilot of Mumbai-Hyderabad Flight 619 mistook a signal for starting the engine and the victim, Ravi Subramanian, who was standing close by, got sucked into it. It is unclear how the ground crew member

  • SC alters road map for big diesel SUVs

    Bar to impact sales in short run, affect inventory, bookings, customer preference; M& M shares dive.

  • GST Bill

    FM yields a bit on GST

    New Delhi : Even though the chances of any serious business getting transacted in the on-going winter session of Parliament are rather slim, Union finance minister Arun Jaitley has moved a step further towards conceding one of three demands put forth by the opposition Congress for the passage of the Goods and Services Tax bill. Speaking at an industry meet on GST, Jaitley has said that the one per cent additional tax on inter-state

  • Ex-MLA, farmers booked for violating Sec 144

    Indore : A day after former MLA Tulsi Silawat along with farmers of Sanver staged a protest at the Collectorate over the issue of polluting Khan River water, Raoji Bazaar police on Wednesday booked him and 50 others for violating Section 144.

  • DAVV told to recognise computer courses taught to HSSC students

    Indore : Citing a letter by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the University Grants Commission has directed Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya and other universities in the country to recognise three computer-based courses which are being taught to the students of Classes XI and XII.

  • Tearful adieu to 12 accident victims

    Indore : No one among mourners could check their tears during the funeral of 12 persons, who lost their lives in the bus accident near Chhindwara, on Wednesday. The mill area turned sombre when funerals from various parts reached Malwa Mill crematorium.

  • Collector asked to verify claims of IMC Commissioner

    Indore : Pulling up Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) for its failure to take effective measures for dealing with solid waste management (SWM) in the city, the Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court on Wednesday directed the collector, Indore to verify all the claims made by the municipal commissioner in affidavits submitted in the court and file his report within six weeks.