Free Press Journal
  • Bankruptcy code will help in debt recovery, says survey

    New Delhi : The Third FICCI-IBA Bankers survey was conducted during July 2016 for the period January-June 2016. The survey saw a participation of 20 banks including public, private and foreign banks.

  • Holiday for schools in seven dists to arrange crowd for Modi

    BHOPAL : To ensure huge gathering at Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s rally in Bhabhra on Tuesday, the administration has acquired schools buses from over seven districts to bring people to the venue. All schools in Indore, Ratlam, Dhar, Jhabua, Khargone, Badwani and Alirajpur have been ordered to close for the day. Modi will launch ‘Azadi-70, Yaad Karo Kurbani’ campaign on Tuesday in Bhabhra, birth place of revolutionary leader Chandrashekhar Azad, in Alirajpur

  • Slaughter house will not be opened in village: Bhargava

    BHOPAL : Minister for panchayat and rural development and district in-charge minister Gopal Bhargava, in a meeting of district planning committee here on Monday, said the slaughter house would not be opened in the village on the state capital outskirts. MLA Rameshwar Sharma had opposed the shifting of slaughter house from the city to the nearby village as per the Bhopal Municipal Corporation planning after the NGT ordered its removal because of

  • GRP recovers girl’s stolen hearing aid worth Rs 5L

    BHOPAL  : A team of government railway police (GRP) has succeeded in arresting an accused, who had stolen hearing aid machine, which was installed on a hearing impaired girl under grant by chief minister. The girl named Shabana, daughter of Umar Ahmad, resident of Kazipura, Berasia, was operated in Mumbai where the said machine worth 5.6 lakh was planted on her. The girl along with her family members was returning by train

  • 45 lakh LED bulbs sold so far

    BHOPAL : The Madhya Pradesh Urja Vikas Nigam Limited has sold more than 45 lakh LED bulbs under Central government’s scheme of ‘Unnat Jyoti by Affordable LEDs for All’ (UJALA).

  • ‘Writers like Bhishma Sahni can help us fight communalism’

    BHOPAL : To mark the centenary year of Bhishma Sahni, a theatre talk on ‘Bhishma Sahni Aur Samkalin Rangmanch’ was held at Dushyant Sangrahalaya on Monday.  It was organised by city-based theatre group ‘Kaarwan’.

  • Workshop for ASIs, constables

    NASRULLAGANJ :  A one-day workshop, for the officers of ASI to constables ranks posted at police station of two divisions, was organised in Nasrullaganj on the initiative of director general of MP police, in the direction of SP Manish Kapuria.

  • Hiroshima, Nagasaki remembered

    KATNI : Hiroshima Nagasaki Diwas observed at Chicago Public School situated at Madhav Nagar. In Second World War America had bombarded the Hiroshima on 6 August 1945 and Nagasaki on 9 August in which almost two lakh people were killed. At the moment millions of people were affected by this explosion. In-fact most of the people are suffering from many disease to date.

  • Bhayana becomes open defecation free

    SHJALPUR : Open defecation free (ODF) programme was organised in village Bhyana of Shujalpur PM wants to make the country clean and the programme has to be implemented from the gram panchayat level. Fruitful results came because the sarpanch, secretary and the officers of janpad Pancyhayats worked hard, In fact the work is being done in this area in so many villages, these types of works are the proof of the development.

  • Nagdwari Mela draws huge crowd on Nag Panchami

    HOSHANGABAD : A large number of devotees visited the Nagdwari Mela on the occasion of Nag Panchami. These people came from Nagpur, Amravati, Chandrapur and Wardha districts of Maharashtra and Chhindwara and Betul districts of MP, besides from other places. They worshipped at Nagdwari, Chintamani Mahadev, Chauragarh, Jatashankar etc.

  • Six held while cutting sandal tree

    SEHORE : Police caught six persons on Friday, when they were cutting a sandal tree. A sandal tree was cut from the same place earlier also. According to the information from the police, the incident was reported from old collectorate premises in Friday night. The tree was cut down by them using a machine. The police had caught them on the information of patrolling group, before they could transport the tree. The

  • Devotees throng Shiva temple

    SIRONJ : On the occasion of Sawan Somwar, Shiv aaradhna was at its peak at the Shivalayas. In darbar of Baba Vishwanath large number of devotees came and there was a long queue at the temple. The enthusiasm of the people was very high from morning. A series of Shiv Vandana was started, and the devotees performed jalabhishek of Lord Shiva and offered Vilv patr and Dhatura.

  • UNLUCKY NUMBER

    Star Indian shooter Abhinav Bindra’s quest for a second Olympics medal ended in heartbreak as he missed a medal by a whisker in a tense shoot-off in the men’s 10m air rifle event on the third day of competitions at the Rio Games on Monday.

  • Archer Laxmirani Majhi Misses

    Archer Laxmirani Majhi bowed out of the women’s individual event, beaten 101-108 by Slovakian Alexandra Longova. Laxmirani trailed for the very beginning of the contest and lost three of the four rounds, eventually going down 25-27, 26-28, 26-26, 24-27.

  • Michael Phelps wins 19th gold

    Rio de Janeiro : Michael Phelps capped an explosive evening of record-breaking and barely concealed needle Sunday by bagging an astonishing 19th Olympic gold medal in the men’s 4×100 metres freestyle relay.

  • UPSETS!

    Djokovic, Williams sisters stunned

  • Middle finger to ‘build confidence’

    Rio de Janeiro : Imagine a son sticking out his middle finger to his father in front of the whole world. Well, that is exactly what Canadian Olympic swimmer Santo Condorelli has been doing but only to “build confidence”.