Free Press Journal
  • Rajendra Shukla fetes journalists

    Umaria: Ramashankar Agnihotri Patrakarita Samman Samaroh was organised at local community hall on Friday. The chief guest was Minister for mining Rajendra Shukla. Narmade Har Sewa Nyas, President Bhagwat Sharan Mathur was in the chair while Tribal Welfare Minister Gyan Singh was the special guest.

  • Scindia inaugurates swimming academy, lays foundation stone of Rs 7cr stadium

    Hoshangabad: Sports and Youth Welfare Minister and minister in-charge of the district Yashodhra Raje Scindia laid the foundation stone of sports stadium in Itarsi. This stadium will have facilities for all types of sports and games including football, hockey, kho-kho, basketball, gymnastics, athletics etc. The stadium would cost Rs 7 crore.

  • ‘Pavas Vyakhyanmala’ from July 23

    Bhopal: The 23rd ‘Pavas Vyakyayaanmala’ will be organised at Hindi Bhawan from July 23 under the aegis of Madhya Pradesh Rashtrabhasha Prachar Samiti. Professor Pushpesh Pant, will be chief guest and deliver the inaugural lecture. Professor Rameshchandra Shah would preside over the inaugural session.

  • Teenager hangs self, labourer consumes excessive liquor, dies

    Bhopal: A teenaged boy committed suicide in Gautam Nagar slums under Ashoka Garden police station on Friday, while a 50-year-old labourer died due to consuming excessive liquor under the same police station.

  • Three on picnic drown in Chambal

    Morena: Seven youths, who came from Gwalior for a picnic, accidentally fell into the Chambal River on Friday. Four were rescued while three drowned. Divers could fish out only one body after struggling for two hours.

  • Decide case against KK Mishra in 6 months: HC

    Bhopal High Court on Friday instructed the lower court for disposal of defamation case against Congress spokesman KK Mishra within six months. District court, on June 27, 2014, admitted a defamation suit filed by Madhya Pradesh government against the Congress spokesperson for leveling allegations against the chief minister and his family members.

  • Dark streaks on Mars may indicate flowing water!

    Washington: Recurring slope linae, dark streaks that change seasonally, on Martian slopes indicate presence of flowing water, according to a new study of thousands of such features in the red planet’s largest canyon system. The study investigated these warm-season features in the Valles Marineris region near Mars’ equator.

  • Obama warns against ‘adversarial’ Brexit negotiations

     US President Barack Obama and leaders of 27 other NATO countries will take decisions in Warsaw on how to deal with a resurgent Russia, violent extremist organizations like Islamic State, attacks in cyberspace and other menaces to allies’ security during a summit described by many observers as NATO’s most crucial meeting since the 1989 fall of the Berlin Wall.

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    Modi is world leader, declares MJ Akbar

    Bhopal: Minister of state for external affairs MJ Akbar has declared Prime Minister Narendra Modi a ‘world leader’. Speaking at a function organised to felicitate him and Union MoS for health Faggan Singh Kulaste at the state BJP office here on Friday, Akbar said that ‘Modi Impact’ was visible all over the world and that many countries were now following Modi’s policies. He said that Modi’s foreign policy would continue to benefit India

  • UK lifts ban on women in military combat roles

    London: A ban on women serving in close combat roles in the British military was lifted today, with Prime Minister David Cameron calling it a major step that would ensure the armed forces can make the most of all their talent. Cameron confirmed the move at a NATO summit in Warsaw, Poland.

  • Gaur may occupy Lucknow Rajbhawan

    Bhopal: The BJP may give important assignments to Babulal Gaur and Arvind Menon, who were once holding key posts but are now in the wilderness, in Uttar Pradesh. To appease Yadav community prior to elections in that state, Gaur may be appointed governor of Uttar Pradesh. Kaptan Singh Solanki, the governor of Haryana, is trying to secure rehabilitation of Gaur and Menon. Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan is also trying to secure

  • Senior scribe Kundra passes away

    Bhopal: Senior journalist Om Prakash Kundra passed away here on Friday after a prolonged illness. He was 94. His last rites will be performed at Subhash Nagar crematorium on Saturday. Funeral procession will be taken out from his residence E-32, 45 Bungalows at 11.30 am.

  • Vyapam: No influential person quizzed in last one year

    Bhopal: Despite the Supreme Court assigning probe into Vyapam scam to the Central Bureau of Investigation, no new findings have been made in the last one year. In the said duration, CBI did not quiz any influential person. The officers and politicians, who were grilled by sleuths of special task force (STF) are now feeling relieved with CBI taking charge of the investigations.