Free Press Journal
  • Missing boy returns home safely

    Indore : A 10-year old boy went missing on Monday afternoon giving jitters to his parents and police for hours. However, he was brought home safely by a man in the night and everybody breathed easy.

  • Shifting of Mahatma’s statue stayed after Cong protests

    BHOPAL : The district administration has ordered status quo in the matter of shifting of the statue of Mahatma Gandhi from Minto Hall premises to some place in Arera colony after Congress protests. The BMC administration wanted to shift the statue.

  • MiC of 16 civic bodies reconstituted

    BHOPAL : Minister for urban development and housing, Maya Singh has said that mayor-in-council (MIC) wings of 16 Municipal Corporations across the state have been constituted afresh.

  • Man booked for not executing sale deed

    BHOPAL : The Bikhiria police registered a case of fraudulence against a man on a complaint filed by an Arera Colony resident for not executing land sale deed after agreement and payment in advance.

  • Errant biker gets 1-yr jail for causing death due to negligent driving

    Bagali : In an important decision, the additional chief judicial magistrate (ACJM) Rajendra Singh Thakur here on Tuesday awarded one year imprisonment to a man and also imposed a fine of Rs 500 on him for causing death to a man due to negligent and rash driving.

  • Eid al-Adha celebrated with fervour

    Garoth : Eid al-Adha, also commonly known as Bakrid was celebrated with fervour here on Tuesday. Scores of Muslim community members took out a procession on the occasion which began from Old Bus Stand and Jama Masjid in the morning and travelled through Gandhi Chowk, Gurjar Mohalla and other major areas of the city before reaching the local Idgah Masjid.

  • Grand procession, special prayers, tableau mark Dol Gyaras

    Gogoana : Dol Gyaras was celebrated at Teshil headquarters with all pomp here on Monday. A procession of lord Krishna was taken out on the occasion which started from Shri Ram Mandir at 3:30 pm along with akhara and tableau of Bharat Mata from Rajput Mohalla and passed through various major areas of the city.

  • Vikram University to hold special exam for ATKT students

    Ujjain: At the emergency meeting of Vikram University executive council held on Tuesday, it was decided that a special examination for ATKT students of fifth and sixth semester of graduation and third and fourth semester of post graduation will be organised. VC professor SS Pandey chaired the meeting while registrar Dr Subhash Arya proposed the vote of thanks.

  • Sharad Joshi memorial programme begins today

    Ujjain : The two-day Sharad Joshi memorial programme will be organised at Lokmanya Tilak Science and Commerce College from Wednesday. Essay and poetry recitation competition will be organised on Wednesday.

  • Muslim woman self-immolates on Eid

    BHOPAL :  A Muslim woman committed suicide by immolating herself on Eid at Vishwanath Colony under Kotwali police station Chhattarpur.  She was reported to be mentally disabled and was being treated at a hospital in Gwalior.

  • Fortcha Ichhapurti Ganesh Mandal donates Endoscopy Machine

    Fortcha Ichhapurti Ganesh Mandal donated Endoscopy Machine and related equipments for diagnosis to the V N Desai Municipal Hospital, Santacruz (east). Seen in the photo is President of the mandal, Ravindra Surve, handing over the machine to Dr N A Sali, Superintendent, along with Dr Hemant Mehta and Dr Kadam.

  • Vijayvargiya hits back; Nandkumar unnerved

    BHOPAL : Bharatiya Janata Party national general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya has launched a counterattack on BJP state president Nandkumar Singh Chouhan and that has made the latter nervous. Vijayvargiya said ‘Maine rajdharam nahin, pradesh adhyaksh ka dharma kaha tha’.

  • ‘Be careful, don’t share info for safety in net, mobile banking’

    BHOPAL : A workshop on safety aspects related Internet and mobile banking system was organised at Anant Spinning Mills under the aegis of Bhopal Management Association. Vardhman Textiles Ltd, director, S Pal inaugurated the workshop.

  • Teachers feted by Lions Club Dynamic

    Ujjain: Lions Club Dynamic organised teachers’ felicitation programme. On this occasion principal Loti Satish Sharma, and principal of Government Girls School (Pandariba) Rajandra Prasad Paliwal were felicitated with mementos. Welcome speech was delivered by Rajendra Yadav. The programme was conducted by Rajesh Garg and Sanjay Jain Khaliwala.

  • It’s time to ‘reshape markets through disruption’!

    Mumbai : Through the IAA knowledge series on ‘Reshaping Markets through Disruption’, the India Chapter of International Advertising Association (IAA) will start a discussion on the latest disruption activity in the advertising, marketing and media space. The discussion will be followed by IndIAA Awards.

  • Konkan Railway Corp’s NCDs allocated ‘Provisional IND AAA (SO)’ rating

    Mumbai : Konkan Railway Corporation Limited’s (KRCL) proposed Rs 3 billion non-convertible debentures (NCDs) were assigned a ‘Provisional IND AAA (SO)’ rating, by the India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra).  The corporation, which raised Rs 500 million in April 2016, has total outstanding bonds at Rs 14, 517 million as of September 9.