Free Press Journal
  • Trial in Kopardi rape and murder case begins

    Ahmednagar: Twelve days after the filing of the charge sheet in the Kopardi rape and murder case, which has generated much heat across Maharashtra in the last three months, trial in the case began in a local court on Wednesday.

  • BSSS girls told about self-defence

    BHOPAL: The women’s cell of the Bhopal School of Social Sciences organised a session on the importance of self-defence for girls in collaboration with Helping Hands group, an NGO.

  • Oriental institute celebrates Foundation Day

    BHOPAL: The Oriental Institute of Science and Technology celebrated its Foundation Day along with the birthday of its founder chairman Dr. K.L Thakral on Wednesday.

  • MNS workers barge into Mumbai’s Metro Cinema, 12 held

    Mumbai: Azad Maidan police arrested at least 12 MNS workers on Wednesday when they barged into Metro Cinema in Dhobi Talao of South Mumbai to threaten the owners against screening of a Bollywood film ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’.

  • Emphasis on morality at MANIT festival

    BHOPAL: Think India MANIT chapter celebrated its annual interactive two-day fest ‘ABHUDHAY 2K16’. Think India is a pan-Indian initiative of elite colleges like IIMs, NLUs, NITs and IITs to promote nationalism and develop ethics and values amongst youth.

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    SBI loan camps for govt teachers, non-teaching staff from today

    BHOPAL: The State Bank of India (SBI) is organising personal loan sanction camps at various parts of the city to facilitate quick disposal of applications and on the spot sanction of loans to lecturers, teachers and non-teaching staff of MP government. These camps will run by loan experts of the SBI. This is another innovative strategy of the SBI to make available loans to salaried employees at doorstep without hassles.

  • ‘Dhola Maru’ at Tribal Museum in Bhopal

    BHOPAL: A popular folk tale of Rajasthan ‘Dhola Maru’ was presented at the Tribal Museum on Wednesday- the second day of five-day puppet show ‘Putul Samaroh’. The show was presented by Puran Bhaat and his troupe from Delhi.

  • ‘Smoking may lead to oral cancer’

    BHOPAL: The students welfare committee of B.S.S.S. organised an informative and interactive session on ‘Cancer Awareness – facts and myths’ on Wednesday.

  • Indoreans celebrate Karwa Chauth with gaiety

    Indore: Reviving their marriage vows, women from different communities prepared for a day’s fast and celebrations of ‘Karwa Chauth’. Though, the festival started in north Indian community, it gained popularity because of the ritual where a husband completes the fast by feeding his wife.

  • Mumbai: 2 women held for smuggling jewellery worth over ` 14L

    Mumbai: The Air Intelligence Unit (AIU) officers intercepted two women passengers at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai on the intervening night of Tuesday and Wednesday. Both the passengers arrived in Mumbai from Bahrain by Gulf Air Flight No. GF-056, they were holding Indian passport and are residents of Mira Road, said an officer.