Free Press Journal
  • ‘Footprints of a Saint’ at St. Paul’s

    BHOPAL: St. Paul School celebrated its Founder’s Day on Saturday. The programme commenced with a prayer song presented by the School Choir, followed by an offering of a floral tribute to Saint Chavara. Rev. Fr. Denny Vazhappilly, Manager of the school, threw light on the life and works of St. Chavara, who was an educationalist and a social reformer and played a pivotal role in educating the people of lower ranks of

  • Snow White at Bal Bhawan annual fest

    BHOPAL : Westwind Kindergarten and Bal Bhawan Junior section celebrated their Annual Function here on Saturday at the Ravindra Bhawan Auditorium.

  • Parikh, Agrawal  struggle to make semis

    Mumbai : Siddharth Parikh of Hindu Gymkhana and Arun Agrawal of Matunga Gymkhana had to work hard to win their respective quarter-final matches in the Rs 2 lakh prize-money P.J. Hindu Gymkhana Invitation Billiards Tournament 2016, and played at the Hindu Gyamkhana billiards hall.

  • US officials land in Goa over American’s mystery death

    Panaji : A team of US consular officials arrived in Goa on Saturday to enquire into the circumstances which led to the death of a 30-year-old US national in a marshy paddy field on January 12, police said.

  • Patriotic soldiers revolt against Begum

    BHOPAL: A play ‘Sipahi Bahadur’, directed by Balendra Singh and scripted by Archana Chitle was staged here on Saturday Shaheed Bhawan Auditorium. The progamme was jointly organised by the Directorate of Culture and Swaraj Sansthan Sanchanlaya under a progamme ‘Deshraag’.

  • Free plastic surgery camp at Sewa Sadan

    BHOPAL : Registration of patients for free plastic surgery camp will be held at Sewa Sadan Eye Hospital from January 25-30. Timing of Registration is 9 am to 2 pm. After preliminary diagnosis, surgeries will be performed on January 30-31. As many as 100 patients will be registered for treatment and surgeries on first come-first serve basis. Surgeries of patients with Clept-lip, Clept palate since birth, weakness in hands since birth, white

  • Delhi Acers look to trump Mumbai Rockets in finals

    New Delhi : Rampaging Delhi Acers will look to continue their dominance and pull the rug from under the feet of an equally menacing Mumbai Rockets when they clash in the finals of the Premier Badminton League at the Siri Fort Sports Complex here today.

  • ‘Won’t change my natural game’

    “My natural game is to attack and put the pressure back on the bowlers whether I am facing the first ball or the last. I know situations are going to be different, but one thing is for sure that I am not going to change my natural game. I understand Test cricket cannot be played like ODI, but there are examples of cricketers playing in a similar way.”  Rohit Sharma

  • Not just J-K, Pak also raking Hyderabad at UN!

    United Nations : It’s 2016 and a native of Hyderabad, Syed Akbaruddin, is India’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations. But it is still 1948 for an amnesiac Pakistan. Gaining no traction on internationalising the Kashmir issue, Islamabad is continuing to rake up before the Security Council the accession of the Hyderabad nizamdom to independent India 67 years ago.

  • What Chinese kids think of ‘second child’ policy

    Beijing : In the very beginning of 2016, China bid farewell to its decades-long one-child policy, allowing all couples to have a second child. The change will surely affect the lives of millions of Chinese families, especially those already with a kid.

  • Mhatre is new chief of Mira Bhayandar BJP

    Bhayandar : Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) corporator in the MBMC, Hemant Mhatre, was unanimously elected as the president of the Mira Bhayandar unit of the party on Saturday.