Free Press Journal
  • Solo dance contest at Oriental Institute of Science and Technology

    Bhopal: Oriental Institute of Science and Technology, (OIST) Bhopal organised the nodal level solo dance competition under the aegis of RGPV Bhopal in its auditorium on Firday.  Chairman of the institute Praveen Thakral inaugurated the competition. In all there were nine participants from various technical institutes. The participants presented classical dances.

  • ‘M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story ‘ screened for special kids

    Bhopal: “M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story” was screened for special children at 11:30 am in Aashima Mall with the collaboration of Round Table India, Lions Club Pratap and Jaguar Company. Around 450 specially-abled boys and girls from various  schools like Arushi, National Blind School, Sai Viklang School and Asha Niketan participated in this programme. The organisations distributed snacks and food packets to all the children.

  • Santoshi Maa’s villainous goddess in city

    Bhopal: TV actor Debina Bonnerjee was in city of lakes to promote ‘Santoshi Maa’ which airs on Monday-Friday at 9:00 PM on &TV.

  • Bhopal School of Social Sciences students let their hair down

    Bhopal: The IQAC (Internal Quality Assurance cell) and the SQAC (Student Quality Assurance Cell) at Bhopal School of Social Sciences organised Students’ Day on Friday.  It was a day of fun and frolic, which provided a platform to the students to showcase their talent and engage in light-hearted competitions through a variety of games and contests. Alok Sanjar, Member of Parliament was the chief guest of the function. Entry and participation was

  • Identify malnourished children: Collector Avinash Lavania

    HOSHANGABAD: Collector Avinash Lavania gave the instructions on Thursday to all SDOPs and all block level medical officers in the meeting in the first phase of Suposhan Abhiyan 2016-17, mission Indradhanush, veshvik Iodine, alpta vikas niyantran diwas and district patient welfare committee. He instructed them to identify more and more under-nourished children and make sure to give the treatment in district nutrition rehabilitation centre. He clearly instructed them to bring the information about

  • Minister Umashankar Gupta inaugurates cruise

    Sagar: Revenue and district in-charge minister Umashankar Gupta inaugurated the newly-launched cruise at Sanjay drive on Wednesday. Gupta said that this cruise is a wonderful gift for Sagar people. He said few cities have received this gift in the state.

  • Madhya Pradesh: Tributes paid on police Smriti Diwas

    HOSHANGABAD: The police family paid floral tributes to police men who were the martyrs and sacrificed their lives for the safety and the happiness of the people. Floral wreaths were offered at ‘Shaheed Sthal Smarak Park’ situated at police line in this programme IG Ravi Kumar Gupta, SP Ashutosh Pratap Singh, additional SP Shashank Garg offered floral tributes. Police officers, municipality chairman Akhilesh Khandelwal, tehsildar Rajesh Borasi and prominent citizens as well as

  • ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ to release as per schedule

    Mumbai: Decks were today cleared for the smooth release of “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil” after director Karan Johar accompanied by Producers’ Guild President Mukesh Bhatt met Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis and assured him that filmmakers would not work with Pakistani artistes given the people’s sentiments in India post Uri attacks.

  • Satyadev Katare’s body brought to Gwalior, CM pays tributes

    Gwalior:The body of leader of opposition in Madhya Pradesh assembly, Satyadev Katare, who died of lung cancer in a hospital at Mumbai on Thursday, reached Rajmata Vijaya Raje air terminal in Gwalior on Friday. Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan arrived here from Bhopal to pay tribute him.

  • Speed up developmental projects: In-charge Minister Umashankar Gupta

    SAGAR: A review meeting was held on Thursday under the chairmanship of in-charge minister Umashankar Gupta in the assembly room of collectorate. It was held to review the development works worth more than Rs 50 lakhs. In the meeting he told the officers to speed up the work.

  • Polity tempered by religion creates welfare state: Governor OP Kohli

    Bhopal: Governor Professor OP Kohli, presiding over ‘Dharma-Dhamma Sammelan’ organised by Sanchi University here on Friday, said that welfare of human beings is the root of religion while aim of polity is welfare of people. He said if system has religion as it basis then it is stable and works for welfare of the people.

  • Sushila Chaurasia to attend global meet on educators

    Bhopal: International Association of Educators for World Peace is holding its 19th world Congress in Nashik, Maharashtra. The theme of the Nashik Congress is Peace Education for Good Governance and Non-violence.  The conference which is scheduled to be held on October 24, 25, 26 will be attended by delegates from various countries of the world Sushila Chaurasia, former post Master, general Madhya Pradesh will represent India in the conference.

  • Human Rights Commission warns against misuse of its name

    Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Human Rights Commission has stated that the misuse of Commission’s name should be totally stopped. It was brought to the notice of the Commission that certain NGOs have been misusing Commission’s name. This has made the Commission issue these directives. The Commission has also said that legal action will be taken if anyone is misusing Commission’s name and it must also be brought to the notice of the Commission.

  • Bhopal: RSS men to march in new uniform tommorow

    Bhopal: The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), Bhopal Vibhag will take out a ‘Vishal Path Sanchalan’ on October 23 from Lal Parade Ground.

  • Bhopal Organ Donation Society: Organ donation needs to be promoted

    Bhopal: A workshop was organised at Samarpan Kendra of JP hospital by Bhopal Organ Donation Society on Friday where MP Alok Sanjar, Collector Nishant Warwade, CMHO Dr Veena Sinha, members of National Organ Donation Society, Aanganwadi workers and ASHA workers were present. The workshop was organised to promote eyes, skin and organ donation.

  • Absence of ILS at Indore airport a hazard: AAI

    Indore: FYI frequent fliers from Indore. Absence of instrument landing system (ILS), a landing aid for pilots, at Indore airport is a hazard according to Airports Authority of India.