Free Press Journal
  • Electricity tariff to be hiked by 15 percent

    Jabalpur : Madhya Pradesh Power Management Company decided to increase the electricity prices by about fifteen percent. The company has also sent its proposal to Madhya Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission on which a public hearing will be conducted.

  • Collector visits Sirsiri, Nimawar

    Narsinghpur : A Samadhan Yatra has been started by collector Naresh Pal for the effective implementation of the schemes and programmes of state government and to make sure that every poor and common person of the district gets the benefits of the schemes.

  • Hurdle in construction of Khirhani under bridge removed

    Katni : The high-tension electric poles of MPEB were creating problems in the undergoing construction of Khirhani under bridge. MLA Sandeep Jaiswal intervening in the case inspected the area with railway officials and local public representatives after which, the board decided to remove the poles and shift them to another places.

  • Accident victim’s wife gets financial aid of Rs 15000

    Shahdol : Rupees fifteen thousand were sanctioned as a financial help to the wife of Head Constable Shyam Narayan Mishra who died in an accident by collector Mukesh Shukla. According to the sources, Mishra died in village Lalpur when his bike collided with a small pickup truck on July 21 last year. Therefore, a financial help of rupees fifteen thousand was provided to his wife Kusum Mishra.

  • 2 teams to take part in Adirang fest

    Umaria : Two teams of Birhuliya and Kaneri have been sent to Chindwara under the leadership of Bala Singh Tekam to take part in the Adirang Festival, a state level programme organised by Tribal Research Centre, Bhopal.

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    Bengaluru down hosts Salgaocar Football Club

    Vasco da Gama :  Bengaluru FC got their I-League campaign off to a winning start as they went past hosts Salgaocar FC 2-1 in the first round clash at the Tilak Maidan Stadium here on Saturday.

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  • Govt quarters in urgent need of repairs

    Nasrulaganj : A number of government quarters were constructed for the doctors three years ago which are now in a vulnerable condition. The walls of the houses are severely cracked and the floors have sunk at the bottom. The Doctors are forced to reside in the building in a fear of death because of the corruption done by government officials. It can be imagined by seeing the condition of the houses that

  • ‘Sports activities inculcate discipline in life’

    Ratlam : The four-day long Khel Chetna Mela (KCM) was inaugurated here on Saturday. Before the inauguration a student’s rally was taken out which marched through several strategic locations of the city.

  • CM to dedicate development works worth crores to public today

    Dhar: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan is arriving Dhar on Sunday. During his visit, he will dedicate and perform ‘bhoomi-pujan’ of various development works worth crores of rupees in the town.

  • AI flight delayed by 8 hrs; MP alleges ‘VIP pressure’

    New Delhi :  An Air India flight to Bhubaneswar from here was delayed by nearly eight hours allegedly due to some “VIPs” forcing the government-owned carrier to reassign the aircraft and its crew for Bhopal, a charge denied by the airline.

  • Sania-Martina start 2016 with title win at Brisbane

    Brisbane :  The world’s top women tennis pair of Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis started the New Year on a brilliant note by clinching the title of the $1 million Brisbane International at the Queensland Tennis Centre here on Saturday.

  • Mohun Bagan start I-League title defence with win

    Kolkata  :  Defending champions Mohun Bagan quelled a spirited challenge from top flight newcomers Aizawl Football Club to win the inaugural match of the new I-League season 3-1 at the Barasat Stadium here on Saturday.

  • Govt considering Aadhaar card for NRIs, says Swaraj

    New Delhi : The government is considering giving Aadhaar cards to Non-Resident Indians and a decision on it will be taken soon, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said today while inviting the diaspora community to actively participate in India’s growth story.

  • Mumbai may miss Taisuke against Shillong Lajong

    Shillong :  It is not going to be an easy task for Mumbai FC as they take on Shillong Lajong in their opening fixture of the I-League at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium here on Sunday evening. More so, as they might miss their captain Taisuke Matsugae.

  • PM’s visit to Pathankot a mere photo-op: Congress

    New Delhi :  Congress on Saturday hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his visit to Pathankot Air Force base a week after the terror attack, saying it has got relegated to a mere “photo op”.

  • With Mehbooba unmoved, Guv’s rule imposed in J-K

    New Delhi/Srinagar : Jammu and Kashmir was on Saturday placed under Governor’s rule with the process of new government formation following the death of Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed taking some time.

  • Sporting face tough challenge against E Bengal

    Fatorda :  Hosts Sporting Clube de Goa will have a tough challenge on hand as they lock horns with East Bengal in an I-League encounter here today. In the last five contests spanning over the previous two seasons, Sporting Clube de Goa have turned out to be victors on two occasions, East Bengal have won once and the other two games have finished on level terms.