Free Press Journal
  • Leader of Opposition Satyadev Katare passes away

    BHOPAL: Leader of opposition in state Assembly, Satyadev Katare, died at Hiranandani Hospital, Mumbai on Thursday after a prolonged illness. He was 61.

  • Delegates of 16 countries impressed by development works of BMC

    BHOPAL: The delegation comprising members from 16 different countries called on mayor Alok Sharma and took stock of various development and infrastructure building programmes in city particularly in slums regarding living standards of urban poor on Thursday.

  • Bhopal: Pickpocket attacks man with knife in mini-bus

    BHOPAL: Pickpocket attacked a 36-year-old passenger with knife in a mini-bus while the victim was going towards the old city. The incident occurred when the victim tried to stop the accused from stealing his purse.

  • RSS unhappy with govt action but wary of criticising it

    BHOPAL: Rahstriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) is “partly” satisfied with the state Bharatiya Janata Party government over law and order situation in the state. Raj Kumar Matale, Kshetra Sampark Pramukh, and Sah-Prant Sanghchalak Suresh Pandey made the comment while interacting with media on Thursday in connection with Balaghat incident in which an RSS worker was thrashed.

  • PIMR’s annual festival concludes with Rang Tarang

    Indore: The third and the last day of Manthan-2016, an annual fest of Prestige Institute of Management and Research, was a day filled with enthusiasm, joy and celebration.

  • Nearly 500 dead, food running out in Aleppo: UN Chief

    United Nations: The Russian and Syrian bombing raids in Aleppo have had horrific results with nearly 500 dead, while food rations are expected to run out by the end of the month, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said.

  • Shivraj Singh Chouhan

    CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan lays foundation stone of Pithampur water supply project

    Indore: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan laid foundation stone of Pithampur Water Supply Project worth Rs 219 crore in industrial area on Thursday. The project initiated by Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) is likely to be completed in next two years and water woes of the region.

  • Khalsa College BEd students’ practical marks to be revised in Indore

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) has directed Khalsa Education College to revise practical results of BEd course students, after it was noticed that the college mistakenly awarded marks considering a scale of 40 marks.

  • The Kings Screech

    WHAT: A two-day Halloween carnival with a heavy preference to the works of Stephen King, though not limited to him, the The King’s Screech is Books On Toast’s way of celebrating bestselling + classic + Indian horror fiction, the books we grew up on: Poe, Dahl, Stine, Bond, King, Gaiman, Cronin: let’s celebrate all of them. It’s an event for readers as well as non-readers, with Horror aural mazes.There will be a Stephen King