Free Press Journal
  • ‘Gujarat model brings revolution in dairy sector’

    Indore :  “If the State Government wants to boost cattle feed manufacturing sector, it should adopt milk cooperative model of Gujarat. We are not behind in any respect with any other state including Gujarat, but the need of the hour is to focus on milk cooperative which will benefit farmers and entire society,” said Pratik Tongia, young and dynamic MD of Hindustan Equipment Pvt. Ltd, a leading cattle feed manufacturing company located

  • BMC employee hangs self at ward office

    BHOPAL :  An employee of the Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) hanged himself in the office of Ward 28 during lunch break on Monday. There was no one in the office at that time.

  • Earphones plugged, girl dental student found dead

    BHOPAL :  A girl student of a dental college consumed some poisonous substance in suspicious conditions on Monday. She was later declared brought dead by the doctors of People’s Hospital.

  • Fulfill conditions to open new private colleges: Gupta

    BHOPAL : Higher and Technical Education Minister Umashankar Gupta directed that permission for opening new private colleges should be given only after fulfillment of conditions. The minister was holding a review of departmental schemes on Monday.

  • Suhaas welcome, Menon farewell on April 20

    BHOPAL :  The Bharatiya Janata Party has formally announced the appointment of Suhass Bhagat to the post of state organisational general secretary. Bhagat would formally take over the charge on April 20, while former organisational general secretary Arvind Menon would also be bidden farewell.

  • Probe sought into eve-teasing charge against Sarpanch

    BHOPAL: BJP MLA Vishnu Khatri has demanded a probe into the charge of eve-teasing against the Sarpanch of village Tara Sevania. He met SP North Arvind Saxena on Monday and sought an inquiry by an officer of Additional SP level.

  • Madeshis, Janajatis announce alliance in Nepal for new stir

    Kathmandu :  The political parties representing the Madhesis in Nepal on Monday announced an alliance with certain organisations of the Janajatis for a combined Kathmandu-focused agitation over their demands.

  • Jordan says 50K Syrians stranded on border

    Amman: Around 50,000 Syrians are stranded in no-man’s land along the border with Jordan, a three-fold increase since January because of increased security checks, state news agency Petra reported on Monday.

  • Trouble brewing: Curbs re-imposed in Handwara

    Srinagar : Handwara, the epicentre of ongoing unrest in Kashmir, and its adjoining areas continued to witness trouble on Monday, prompting re-imposition of curfew-like restrictions after a three-hour relaxation even though mobile internet services were restored after four-day suspension.

  • Now Dress Code In Law Colleges Too

    New Delhi : The Bar Council of India has been so far fixing the dress code for the lawyers appearing in courts but it has gone a step further now to prescribe a dress code for the law college students as well.

  • Pope’s refugee families settle into Roman life

    Vatican City :  With Italian lessons and strolls around Rome, the 12 Syrian asylum seekers Pope Francis brought back with him from Lesbos are settling into new lives, their hosts said on Monday.

  • Pak may consider India’s request for NIA visit: Aziz

    New Delhi : Pakistan Prime Minister’s Adviser on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz on Monday indicated that his country may consider a request by India for a visit by its NIA team to further probe the Pathankot terror strike, days after top Pakistani envoy ruled out the same.

  • Rahul Gandhi takes on PM, Mamata

    Cong vp Rahul Gandhi is garlanded with WBCC chief Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury during a poll campaign rally at Kandi  in Murshidabad on Monday. PTI (more…)

  • Family reunion after 20 years with Facebook help

    New Delhi : A Delhi-based central government employee’s 20-year-long search for his younger sibling finally ended on a happy note last week with help from social networking site Facebook.