Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Big buses, narrow roads combine to create chaos

    BHOPAL: Buses including low-floor ones and those of educational institutions, especially after school and colleges are over in the afternoon, hardly find space to negotiate the traffic in old parts of the city.

  • First-ever 24-hour free wine fountain in Italy

    Rome: In most areas of the world, public drinking fountains expel tap water, but the newest public drinking fountain in Italy flows red with wine — and it’s free to the public.

  • Rs 5L jewellery burgled from house of Vyapam accused

    BHOPAL: Jewellery worth Rs 5 lakh was burgled from the farm house of a Vyapam accused, who is also a property dealer, at Goregaon area under Ratibad police station area.

  • Bhopal: Preeti Rajak of state shooting academy grabs 2 gold medals

    BHOPAL: Preeti Rajak, a player of Madhya Pradesh Shooting Academy, stood first in double-trap event’s senior women individual round on Tuesday, the fifth day of 26th All India GV Malvankar Shooting Championship being organised at Bishankhedi Range of MP Shooting Academy. Rajak won the gold medal of the event. The silver medal was grabbed Katha Kapoor and Shaifali Rajak of the academy contended with the bronze medal.

  • ‘Abhyuday’ at MANIT

    BHOPAL: ‘Think India’ MANIT chapter celebrated its annual interactive fest ‘ABHUDHAY 2K16’ on Tuesday. ‘Think India’ is a pan-India initiative of elite colleges like IIMs, NLUs, NITs and IITs to promote nationalism and develop ethics and values amongst youth. Among those present at the Dr Sarvapalli Radahakirshnan auditorium of MANIT on the occasion were Justice UC Maheswari, Up Lokayukta, MP, Defence analyst Major Gaurav Arya and Deepak Sharma a businessman

  • Students should benefit from education system: Barkatullah University prof Dr Hemant Khandai

    BHOPAL: Dr Hemant Khandai, HoD, education department, Barkatullah University addressed the BEd students in a lecture session organised by education department of Career College on Tuesday. Informing the students about the educational research Dr Khandai said the Education Act could be more effective through healthy research in the present education system which is completely healthy and full of latest dimensions. The students should avail benefits of it, he said.

  • Karan Johar acquires distribution rights of Telugu film Ghazi

    Back in 2015, Karan Johar’s decision to distribute SS Rajamouli’s film Bahubali worked wonders for both the filmmaker and the film itself. Now we hear that Karan will once again come onboard as distributor, this time for the Telugu war film Ghazi.

  • Obama confident of driving ISIS out of Iraq’s Mosul

    Washington: US President Barack Obama has expressed confidence that Iraqi forces and their US-led allies would be able to drive out ISIS from its self-declared capital Mosul as tens of thousands of fighters advanced in an unprecedented offencive to liberate the city.

  • Man run over by dumper in Bhopal

    BHOPAL: A rashly-driven dumper hit an ice cream vendor at Samardha under Misrod police station on Tuesday afternoon. He died on the spot.  As per the police, Deepak Chandrol, 38, of 773, Krishnapuram, Misrod, works in an ice cream parlour. He was on his way when dumper (RJ-48-GA-3759) hit him at 1:50 pm. Deepak died on the spot.

  • 4 shot outside San Francisco schools, suspects at large

    San Francisco: Four teenage students have been shot in the shared parking lot of two San Francisco high schools, and one of the students is in critical condition, authorities said.

  • QNET Scam: Padma Bhushan awardee Michael Ferreira arrested

    Hyderabad: Hyderabad police took former World Billiards Champion and Padma Bhushan awardee Michael Ferreira along with three others in their custody in connection with an FIR registered against them in a multi-crore rupee Qnet scam multi-level marketing (MLM) fraud case.