Free Press Journal
  • Indore needs SPCA like other metros

    Indore : To safeguard stray and wild animals, an NGO ‘Aware Indore’ organised a seminar to discuss various laws that protect animals.

  • 150-plus patients examined in med camp

    BHOPAL : Shri Satya Sai Hospital organised free health check up camps on Sunday at Sagar Royal Villa and Stirling Castle. The camps were organised specially for diabetic and high blood pressure patients. More than 150 patients tuned up for the free check up. Organised in two shifts from 10am to 12pm and from 4pm to 6pm, the camp was headed by Dr Rajendra Chauhan.

  • MNREGA: Just 2% workers get employment for 100 days

    BHOPAL : Two to three per cent labourers are getting 100 days jobs in a year under the MNREGA programme in the state. How state government is helping villagers to overcome from poverty is evident through this fact.

  • Nitya Savner wins gold

    A student of the Lokmanya Vidhya Niketan Nitya Savner won the gold medal in kumita event including silver medal in individual kata event in the National karate tournament played at Jabalpur recently. Samiti President’s Chandrakant Joshi, Tusar Thakur, Principal Kanchan Tare, Praomod Dave and Atul Khune congratulated Nitya for his achievement, said Sachin Bhate.

  • Sampada Bhiwandkar in semis

    Mumbai : Sampada Bhiwandkar of Khar Gymkhana rallied to a thrilling 3-2 win to storm into the cadet girls semi-finals, in the 4 Star Vasant M. Chiplunkar Memorial Table Tennis Tournament, organized by PRO TT, at the University Pavilion on Sunday.

  • HDFC victorious

    Mumbai : Suraj Chandrashekhar was the star performer as HDFC defeated MAJESCO 3-1 to stormed into the team championships final in the P-3 Sports’ 3rd Mumbai Inter-Corporate table tennis tournament, held at Khar Gymkhana on Sunday. HDFC will now take on TCS (Tata Consultancy Service), who outclassed Motdiwal Oswal 3-0 in the other semifinal.

  • Sunitasingh memorial basketball tourney from today

    A Sunitasingh memorial inters school basketball tournament will be held at basketball complex from August 22 to 27. 60 teams of boys and girls category will participate in the tournament. All the matches will be played on knockout basis. Shafiq Shaikh , Vice-President  of Indian Basketball Association, Sanjay Lunawat and Lalit Porwal will grace the inaugural function as guests at 11.30 am said Jeetendra Mishra.

  • Banker, kin demand Rs 25 lakh, car as dowry, booked

    BHOPAL : A bank employee has been booked on the charges of dowry harassment. The Kotwali police of Vidisha district registered a case on zero against in-laws and husband of a 27-year-old woman for perpetrating atrocities on her for dowry. The case diary was later forwarded to TT Nagar police for further investigation.

  • Atletico de Kolkata gets new home

    Kolkata : Atlético de Kolkata, champions of the inaugural Hero ISL season and last year’s semi-finalists will create a new fortress at Rabindra Sarobar Stadium as they prepare to begin their campaign for year 2016 under the newly appointed Head Coach José Francisco Molina.

  • Markets Set To Cheer New RBI Governor Urjit Patel

    New Delhi : The stock market is expected to cheer the appointment of Reserve Bank’s Deputy Governor Urjit Patel as the new Governor, which the experts say has sent a clear message to investors about continuity in policy.

  • Have car? Avoid MP Nagar

    BHOPAL : It was a problem which should have been anticipated when MP Nagar was coming into being. Now, apparently, it is too late. Parking has become a nightmare in MP Nagar. And the problem seems to be unsolvable.

  • People enjoy to the hilt as clouds stop pounding city

    BHOPAL : After a spell of incessant rain, life has started limping back to normalcy as weather was clear in the state capital on Sunday. People enjoyed the weekend. People with families thronged Boat Club, Van Vihar, various dams to enjoy the dry weather.

  • BJP state chief demands probe against guilty contractors, officer

    BHOPAL : State president of the Bharatiya Janata Party has asked the MP housing corporation president to institute the inquiry against the officials and the contractors who have constructed the building in Maihar which collapsed due to heavy rains.

  • India ready for Footvolley

    Mumbai : Footvolley Association of India last evening announced the names of 2 Maharashtra state players -Mr. Cajetan Dias & Mr Kundan Chandra who will be representing India at Rio 2016 Footvolley World Tournament to be held from August 24 -28,2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The team left for the Tournament Sunday morning.

  • Three saved from getting washed away in Kaliasot dam

    BHOPAL : Three persons including a teenager were rescued at Damkheda Sector-A in the city on Sunday. They had gone to enjoy the dry spell of weather after the incessant rains in inebriated condition at Sector-A, Damkheda near Sarvadharm Colony.