Free Press Journal
  • Jal Adalat by municipal corporation in Hoshangabad

    Hoshangabad : According to the instructions given by Municipal Corporation president Akhilesh Khandewal,Parshads and CMO Pawan Kumar Singh, a programme called Jal Sansad was organised at a garden in the presence of Cooperative bank vice-president Bharat Singh Rajput, Ashok Kushram, Mukesh Patel, Pawan Patel, Lokesh Gogle, Praven Yadav, Jyoti Raikwar, Sharmila Gaur, Vivek Gaur, Nirbhay Guru, Mahesh Chandra Agrawal, Ramesh Verma, Manmod Singh Rajput and ward residents.

  • Meeting regarding PM’s irrigation scheme held

    Sagar: The irrigation schemes which are operated by the state government have been merged in Prime Minister’s irrigation scheme from April 1, 2016.

  • Ashwini’s four help Hindu Bath’s win

    Mumbai : Captain Ashwini Bhuta was the star performer in hosts PM Hindu Bath’s 4-2 win over Matunga Gymkhana in the first leg of the double leg of the GMAAA water polo matches commenced at the PM Hndu Bath on Wednesday.

  • Review meeting of National Vaccination Programme

    Narsinghpur : A meeting of MCTS and national vaccination programme was held at the district training centre IPP in the chairmanship of CMO. In the meeting, information regarding the inspections of vaccination sessions was taken by CMO.

  • Three dies in truck-bike head-on collision

    Badnawar : Three persons, including a kid, died in a head-on collision between a truck and a bike here at village Dholikuan area on Wednesday afternoon.

  • Chinmay stars in Ghatkopar Jet’s 3rd win

    Mumbai :  Chinmay Sutar batted doggedly to steer defending champions Ghatkopar Jets’ past Thane Marathas by five wickets for their third win in the Mitsui Shoji T-20 League, at the Police Gymkhana, here on Wednesday.

  • Tata group R&D spend rises to Rs 18k cr

    Mumbai: Tata Group said its spend on R&D moved up to 2.7 per cent of revenue in the 2014-15 fiscal but the benefits through cost-savings and revenue accretion from these efforts remained flat at a tad over USD 1 billion.