Free Press Journal
  • Shivraj to lead MP during Simhastha-2028 as well, predicts Gehlot

    Ujjain :  Union Social Justice and Empowerment Minister Thawar Chand Gehlot has said that the Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan would not only continue in the office after Simhastha Fair-2016, but would also remain the CM during Simhastha Fair-2028 as well.

  • Health employees to launch stir from Feb 25

    Ujjan: New Multipurpose Health Employees Union will launch a stir in support of their demands from February 25. A meeting of 500 employees of Indore, Ujjain divisions were present at the conference held on Sunday.

  • Goons vandalise cars in Sukhliya

    Indore :  Unidentified men pelted stones at cars parked outside homes in Sukhliya sometime after midnight and damaged them. The police have registered the case and are investigating.

  • Landlord bars tenants from entering premises

    Indore :  The police are investigating a complaint filed by a firm’s partners against their landlord who locked the premises he had rented out to them and was not allowing them to continue their business operations.

  • Prisoner dies in Bhairavgarh Jail

    Ujjain: A prisoner who was imprisoned at Bhairavgarh Jail was died during treatment at district hospital on Sunday.

  • Woman shoplifts TV under sari

    Indore :  A woman picked up an electronic appliance off the shelf, hid it under her sari and made off without paying for it.

  • Indoreans run to save environment

    Indore :  Hundreds of residents from all age groups and different walks of life took part in a marathon organised by the students of Indian Institute of Technology, Indore on Sunday.

  • vivo Y51L: Redefining speed, innovation & design

    Going ahead with its aim to capture the Indian smartphone market, vivo India today announced the launch of Y51L. It further strengthens vivo’s capacity to capture the growing affordable smartphone space in India. Y51L marks vivo’s first major model of 2016 for the Indian market, assembled in the manufacturing plant in Greater Noida. Y51L will allow the users to seamlessly perform multiple functions and switch between the apps at a fast pace,

  • Jhansi wins Paradise Gold cup

    Umaria :  The nineteenth Akhil Bharatiya Paradise Gold Cup Cricket Tournament has been won by the team of Railway Workshop Jhansi. Captain Santosh Sahu of Fill Group Raigarh won the toss and chose to bat first. Raigarh managed to score 124 runs for all the wickets and six overs remaining.

  • Collector inaugurates water sports at Hoshangabad

    Hoshangabad :  Water sports programme was inaugurated by collector Sanket Bhondve at the Sethani Ghat of Hoshangabad at 10:30 am. Collector Bhondve addressing the people said that water is connected to life, forest, manners, religion and employment.

  • Duty of cops not a job but a Dharma: Shivraj SIngh Chauhan

    BHOPAL :  Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has said that police duty is not a job, but a Dharma. When people celebrate festivals, police personnel patrol on roads to maintain peace. The police brings smiles to lives of people by ensuring law & order effectively.

  • New tool may decode what you are seeing in real time

    New York : Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have developed new computational tools that can instantly decode brain signals involved in viewing images, according to IANS.

  • CMHOs to be trained on provisions of Food Safety and Standards Act

    BHOPAL :  The Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) is going to organise a three-day training workshop for chief medical and health officers (CMHO) by the end of this month. The FDA is holding the training after a span of three years to inform the details of the Food and Security Act 2006 to the CMHOs.

  • Embrace ageing with love for super health

    London : Older adults with negative attitudes towards ageing had slower walking speed and worse cognitive abilities as compared to their peers with more positive attitudes towards ageing, reveals a study, says IANS.

  • Research methodology workshop for teachers at BSSS

    BHOPAL :  A two-day workshop on research methodology was organised on Saturday and Sunday at the Bhopal School of Social Sciences (BSSS). The workshop was organised by the Research Cell of the college. Every year Research Cell of the BSSS organises such workshops for the teaching staff of the college to promote research.

  • Awareness camp organised by Tanot Bharat gas agency

    Nasrullanganj :  According to the instructions given by the petroleum ministry on India the ongoing fortnight is being observed as Oil and Gas conservation fortnight. Following the same, Tanot Bharat gas agency organised awareness camp at the RSB College to make the people aware of oil and LPG conservation.