Free Press Journal
  • Ghoomar, Abacus at Vivekananda School festival

    BHOPAL :  Vivekanand Vidya Vihar School celebrated its 12th annual function ‘Umang-2016’ here on Monday at the Ravindra Bhawan Auditorium. Various colourful cultural performances were presented by the school students on the occasion.

  • ‘IS active in India cities under different names’

    New Delhi : A body representing Sufi-Sunni Muslims today claimed that dreaded terror outfit Islamic State (ISIS) is “active” in the country under “different names” and sought a ban on fronts representing such groups to prevent threats to national security.

  • Trouble in Belgium

    King Boudouin’s hasty return to Brussels from his honeymoon at Seville is a measure of the seriousness of the nation-wide strike in Belgium. There are at the moment no signs of the strike, already two weeks old, ending in a hurry. The non-participation of the Catholic trade unions — in deference to the Belgian Primate, Cardinal Van Roen’s appeal — does not appear to have made any difference to the serious nature

  • ‘Mera Vatan, Meri Jan’ at MP Tribal Museum

    BHOPAL :  A programme titled ‘Mera Vatan, Meri Jan’ was organised on Monday at Madhya Pradesh Tribal Museum. The programme featured presentation of patriotic songs. The artists from Navankur Music Organisation presented a show. Akhilesh Tiwari in the beginning presented ‘Ae Mere Vatan Ke Logon’ which mesmerized the audience.

  • Don’t harass innocent Muslims, Bukhari to PM

    New Delhi : Prominent Muslim leader Syed Ahmed Bukhari (in pic) on Monday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and said innocent Muslims must not be harassed in the name of fighting the Islamic State (IS) terror group.

  • Upbeat India take on depleted Sri Lanka

    Pune : Boosted by their 3-0 clean sweep of Australia Down Under, a confident India would seek to continue their winning momentum when they take on a depleted and new-look Sri Lanka in the first of three T20 Internationals here on Tuesday.

  • Civil services table tennis championship begins

    BHOPAL :  All India Civil Services Table Tennis Championship began here at TT Stadium on Monday. Several matches under men and women categories were played. In women’s category, the teams of RSB Kolkata, Central Secretariat, Delhi, RSB Chennai and RSB Ahmadabad entered into the semifinal round.

  • Want Raina to bat No 4 keeping World T20 in mind, says Dhoni

    Pune : Unwilling to tinker with the line-up in view of next month’s World Twenty20, India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni said the team will prefer Suresh Raina in the No.4 slot in the series against Sri Lanka even though vice-captain Virat Kohli’s absence has opened the No.3 position.

  • Delhi govt recommends CBI probe into Ryan death

    New Delhi : The AAP government today recommended a CBI investigation into the death of a six-year-old boy at Ryan International School following a demand by the child’s parents and the findings of a magisterial probe which pointed to “suspicious conduct” of school authorities.

  • Govt wades into Sabari gender row

    New Delhi : Union minister Mahesh Sharma today favoured the entry of women in Kerala’s Sabarimala temple, saying there should be no discrimination on the basis of caste and gender.

  • Thrashed black-n-blue over petty parking row!

    Mumbai : A petty argument over a parking lot turned into an ugly brawl with a 26-year-old being beaten up ruthlessly by more than 10 people.

  • India hits bull’s eye!

    Archers target all five gold, wrestlers grab five out of six

  • West Indies shocks Pakistan, storm semis

    Fatullah : Skipper Shimron Hetmyer and Tevin Imlach hit half-centuries as the West Indies upset Pakistan by five wickets to cruise into the semi-finals of the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup here on Monday.

  • Bye, Bye Brendon McCullum

    NZ bid farewell to McCullum with series win , I’ve been incredibly lucky to play for 14 years and to represent my country and to play with some great blokes.

  • 5 die as car and dumper collide

    Mhow :  Five people including two men and a child died when their car collided with a dumper here under the Pithampura police station near Khandwa village on Monday. The driver of the dumper bearing registration no. MP09 H HG 6440 fled the spot after the accident.