Free Press Journal
  • Anveshan-16 at MANIT

    BHOPAL : A programme titled ‘Anveshan-16′ was organised at Maulana Azad National Institute for Technology (MANIT) by its students’ council ‘Purge’ in collaboration with Bhopal Municipal Corporation and NGO Sanidhya. The programme was based on solving of the problem of solid waste management.

  • Cricket board plays hide and seek with Lodha panel

    Soon, the Indian cricket board might cry before the Supreme Court in a filmi style that “tareekh pe tareekh, tareekh pe tareekh, tareekh pe tareekh milti gayi My Lord, per insaaf nahi mila! — got date after date, date after date, date after date, My Lord, but no justice.

  • Woman accuses NRI hubby of demanding Ferrari as dowry

    BHOPAL : A 27-year-old physiotherapist, who got married in January last year, filed a complaint against her NRI husband and in-laws accusing them of perpetrating harassment for demanding a Ferrari car as dowry. However, her in-laws claimed that she was mounting pressure on her husband to leave his family and live in a separate home.

  • Seminar on Indian freedom struggle

    BHOPAL : A national-level seminar on Indian freedom movement was organised here on Saturday under the aegis of Swaraj Sansthan Sanchalanalaya. More than 25 historians and experts attended the seminar.

  • Kshipra cleanliness drive begins from Ramghat

    Ujjain : A drive to cleanse river Kshipra began from Ramghat on Sunday. A joint team of Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC) and priests carried out the campaign on the banks of Kshipra.

  • Want to revive romantic genre in Bollywood: Anubhav Sinha

    Filmmaker Anubhav Sinha, who made his directorial debut in 2001 with sleeper hit “Tum Bin”, feels “purist romantic genre” is missing from Bollywood, and said that he wants to revive the genre. Sinha points out that even superstar Shah Rukh Khan, fondly called the King of Romance, has not done any out-and-out romantic film.

  • Kabaddi Champs!

    India beat Iran with terrific 38-29 win in final’

  • Arun Jaitely Exhorts Private Sector To Invest In Madhya Pradesh

    Indore : With private investment playing catch up, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday asked the private sector to loosen its purse strings to make the most of the demand uptick following a good monsoon and softer rates due to controlled inflation.

  • It’s Anurag Thakur Versus Tirath Singh Thakur In The Cricket World

    New Delhi : The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) top brass appears not at all rattled by the Supreme Court”s ruling on Friday to tighten the screw on its financial powers as it finds the order on the Bihar Cricket Association”s petition much comfortable and not harsh as feared.

  • Winners of VU youth fest to participate in DAVV state-level fest

    Ujjain : Winners of 22 different cultural and literary competitions, which were organised during a two-day Fourth Festival of Vikram University (VU), will now participate in the state-level youth festival to be organised by Devi Ahilya Vishwa Vidyalaya (DAVV), Indore.

  • Pakistan hockey players told to be quiet ahead of India clash

    Karachi : Pakistani players and officials have been told to keep their emotions in check when they face- off with arch-rivals India in the Asian Champions Trophy match at Kuantan in Malaysia today.

  • Meet on ‘Social Media and Law and Order’ from tomorrow

    BHOPAL : Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and Communication will hold a two-day national workshop on ‘Social Media for Law and Order’ on October 24-25. Officers of Indian Police Service, DSPs, media experts, academicians and persons handling IT cells in political parties will participate in the workshop.

  • Delhi pay penalty

    Hume leads the way as ATK clinch win

  • Pensioners submit memorandum

    Ujjain : The Pensioners Association’s local branch handed over two memoranda addressed to the Chief Minister to divisional commissioner and collector, here on Saturday, in support of their various demands.

  • RITS emerges winner of RGPV kho-kho tourney

    BHOPAL : Radharaman Institute of Technology and Science (RITS) emerged champions in the state-level Radharaman RGPV Nodal Kho-Kho (girls) Tournament. RITS defeated Oriental College team by 2 points.

  • Syndicate Bank celebrates 91st foundation day

    BHOPAL : A blood donation camp was organized by Syndicate Bank in collaboration with Red Cross Society Bhopal to celebrate its 91st Establishment Day. Regional manager Abhay Kumar and assistant general manager Manohar Pal garlanded the founders of the Bank. The staff members took oath to give better facilities to the Bank’s customers.

  • Sanskaar Valley is overall champ in Tech Fest 2016

    BHOPAL : The 2nd Annual Sanskaar Tech Fest, 2016 was organised at The Sanskaar Valley School with an aim to provide a platform to the IT enthusiast students from Grade 3 to 12 of Bhopal to explore, innovate and showcase their technological prowess. The programme was hosted on Saturday with a myriad of events spread across varied domains: the digi paint (grades 3 and 4), Kodu game trap and mac scratch (grades

  • Hack fears: No cell-tels during Cabinet meets

    New Delhi : In a move aimed at checking any possibility of leakage of information through hacking of communication devices, Union Ministers have been asked not to carry mobile phones in Cabinet meetings. The Cabinet Secretariat has recently issued a directive to private secretaries of the concerned ministers in this regard. “It has been decided that smartphones/