Free Press Journal
  • Odisha SUM hospital fire death toll rises to 26

    Bhubaneswar: The death toll in Odisha’s SUM Hospital fire has mounted to 26, as a person undergoing treatment at Apollo Hospital here succumbed to injuries on Saturday, a health official said.

  • Obama compares Obamacare to exploding Samsung Note 7

    New York: Facing flak for several analogies in his ambitious “Obamacare” health initiative, US President Barack Obama has compared the 2010 Affordable Care Act to the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 — the device that has fears of its battery exploding, a media report said on Saturday.

  • Global Investors Summit 2016

    GIS 2016: Indore global investor summit day 1

    The Global Investors Summit 2016 got underway this morning at Indore, Madhya Pradesh. It’s a two-day event to be held today and tomorrow at the Brillant Convention Center in the city to woo investments in the state.

  • Varun Gandhi

    Varun slams ‘honey-trapping’ reports, asserts never attend defence deal meets

    New Delhi: Issuing a clarification after facing charges of leaking military secrets to an arms dealer and weapon manufacturers after being allegedly “honey-trapped”, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) parliamentarian Varun Gandhi on Saturday asserted that all claims were false and frivolous.

  • UN Investigator: Donald Trump is peddling lies on Syria-IS link

    United Nations: The UN special investigator on counter-terrorism and human rights has accused Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump of peddling “lies and xenophobia” by claiming a link between Syrian refugees and Islamic State extremists.

  • Bhopal: Saha takes over as Allahabad Bank GM

    Bhopal: NN Saha assumed the charge of field general manager (MP & CG) of Allahabad Bank. Saha, an experienced banker, started his career in the year 1981. He has worked in various capacities in the states of Maharashtra, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and West Bengal.

  • Classic Charandas Chor staged to full house

    Bhopal: A much-acclaimed play ‘Charandas Chor’ was staged on Friday – the ninth day of the twelve-day long ‘Madhya Pradesh National Drama Festival-2016’ at Antarang Hall of Bharat Bhavan. The hall was jam packed with theatre buffs, who came to watch the well-known play. The play, originally a Rajasthani folk tale, was adapted into a play in Chhattishgarh by theatre doyen Habib Tanvir.

  • 3 cricket academy players in Madhya Pradesh Under-19 team

    BHOPAL : As many as three players of MP State Cricket Academy have been selected for Madhya Pradesh under-19 team. The selected players include Sanket Shrivastava, Nikhil Sikarwar and Rahul Chandrol. These players will take part in the matches to be played at Holkar Stadium, Indore on November 5 and at Bengaluru on November 11.  Sports minister Yashodhara Raje Scindia has congratulated the selected players.

  • Career College students hold camp in Raisen village

    Bhopal: With a view to create awareness about hygiene and health and to inculcate basic knowledge of nutritious food, ‘Health and Nutrition Awareness Programme’ was conducted by the Department of Education, Career College  in Tigra village, district Raisen, near Sanchi. A camp was organised in Government Primary School.

  • Bhopal: SBI presents electronic wheelchair to airport

    Bhopal: The State Bank of India has donated an electronic wheelchair to Airports Authority of India (AAI), Raja Bhoj Airport, Bhopal for senior citizens and differently abled persons. The wheelchair was handed over by the Bank’s chief general manager, KT Ajit. Airport director, Akash Deep Mathur was also present on the occasion.