Free Press Journal
  • Memorendum demanding central school handed over to Kushwaha

    Hoshangabad : A memorandum demanding central school in the civil area of divisional headquarter was handed over to Human Resource Development minister of state Upendra Kushwaha by senior journalist Surendra Singh Arora, Rajeev Agrawal and other residents of the city.

  • Review meeting of Gramoday Se Bharat Uday campaign held

    Sagar : Sagar district’s minister in charge Narottam Mishra took a review meeting of Gramoday Se Bharat Uday campaign at hotel Regency in Bina with the concerned officers. He said that the pending works should be completed as soon as possible.

  • Do-or-die for Daredevils

    Raipur :  Faced with a do-or-die situation, the inconsistent Delhi Daredevils will take on table-toppers Sunrisers Hyderabad in their penultimate Indian Premier League match here today.

  • National Mime Fest: Tatwal invited to Guwahati

    Ujjain :  Ministry of culture, government of India and Shri Moin-ul-Haq of mime academy, Assam awardee of Sangeet Natak Academy are organising the third national maim festival from May 23 to 26 at Guwahati, Assam.

  • Cop vows to live a saintly life, will observe fast for next 12 yrs

    Ujjain : An ASI of 23rd Battalion Bhopal became an exemplary by taking a resolution to give up food for the next 12 years and pledges to donate the saving to the girls of poor family. The cop performed an abhishek at the banks of Kshipra Ghats near Bhukhi Mata temple on Thursday.

  • Bhandara by Parmars

    Ujjain : A bhandara was organized by Parmar Mitra Mandal for the seers at the camp of Shri Shri 1008 Shri Mahamandleshwar Shri Ram Govind Das Ji Maharaj at the Bateshwar Dham Khalsa.

  • Dhoni to play the DECIDER

    New Delhi :  The national selection committee under Sandeep Patil are set to leave it to limited overs captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni to decide on whether he will make himself available or not for the short tour of Zimbabwe from June 11-20.

  • BJP workers celebrate their party's victory in Assam at the head office in Mumbai on Thursday

    ‘Achche Din’ for regional parties, says Sena chief

    Mumbai : The Shiv Sena is happy at the results of five assembly polls due to increased prospects of regional parties having a chance to play a bigger role in national politics in times to come. The changing equations will have an impact on the BJP-Sena relations sooner than later, political observers feel.

  • Akharas emerge out of ‘4 Maths’ founded by Adi Guru Shankracharya

    Ujjain : The Sanyasi and Vaishnav Akharas had come into existence from the 4 Maths or Monasteries which were established at four corners of the country viz Jyotir Math, Shringeri Math, Sharda Math and Govardhan Math by Adi Guru Shankracharya.

  • Bowlers too played a big part in RCB’s turnaround: Yuzuvendra Chahal

    Bengaluru : Royal Challengers Bangalore batting has been on fire with captain Virat Kohli leading the charge with a record-breaking spree but leggie Yuzuvendra Chahal feels his side’s bowlers have also played a crucial role in the team’s turnaround in the ongoing IPL.

  • Virat Kohli: ‘Sach’ a player, says Mike Hussey

    Melbourne : Amazed by Virat Kohli’s recent performances, former Australian batting mainstay Mike Hussey feels the stylish cricketer is well on his way to equal or exceed the accomplishments of the iconic Sachin Tendulkar.

  • Have plans to tackle Kohli: Harbhajan Singh

    New Delhi : Hailing Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) skipper Virat Kohli as a “legend”, Mumbai Indians off-spinner Harbhajan Singh on Thursday said his side has plans to tackle the Delhi boy’s onslaught in case the two sides face off in the Indian Premier League (IPL) play-offs.

  • Greeting card of peanut shells

    BHOPAL: Children learnt making greeting cards using groundnut shell at Jawahar Bal Bhawan Bhopal on the concluding day of the greeting card-making workshop.

  • Girder placed on cable-stayed bridge

    BHOPAL :  A girder on Thursday was placed on the cable-stayed bridge being constructed on Upper Lake (Kamla Park) with an estimated investment of Rs 29.45 crore. All the 97 girders have to be placed before July 10. Mayor Alok Sharma had performed the bhoomi -pujan for it.

  • Police rescue girl raped in captivity

    BHOPAL :  A teenager girl was allegedly abducted and raped by her colleague on pretext of marriage in Habibganj area on Thursday.

  • Actions to be taken for burning crop remains

    Narsinghpur : Collector Sibi Chakravarti M has banned the burning of crop remains in the farms in district Narsinghpur under section 144 of the IPC. Despite the orders being issued, people are still burning the crop remains of maize in their fields which are causing damage to private property.