Free Press Journal
  • Health check-up camp marks World Iodine Deficiency Day

    Burhanpur: A health check-up camp was organised in Morjhira village to observe the World Iodine Deficiency Day. The event was organised under the aegis of women and child development minister Archana Chitnis and following the instructions by district panchayat president Kishor Patil.

  • Nepanagar Vidhan Sabha by-polls: Standing committee issues code of conduct

    Burhanpur: A meeting of district-level standing committee was held at the collectorate office here on Saturday which issued orders on the code of conduct for the Nepanagar Vidhansabha by-polls which was declared by Election Commission of India (ECI) recently.

  • Cops taking training to develop efficiency

    NASRULLAGANJ: SP Manish Kapuria is continuously organising the training programme according to the instructions of Director General of police, Bhopal to develop the professional efficiency and technical skills of the field officers and the employees of district and sub-divisional level.

  • Madhya Pradesh Rajya Ajeevika Forum organises employment fair

    Bagh: Madhya Pradesh Rajya Ajeevika Forum (MPRAF) on Saturday organised a youth employment fair on the district panchayat office premises. District panchayat president Suman Bai Anare and Bheru Singh Anare inaugurated the event in presence of MPRAF DM Sheela Shukla. As per information, Pratibha Syntex and DDUGKY along with other prominent companies provided a large number of opportunities to the unemployed youth hailing from Bagh and Tanda. Akhilesh Kamble, Rajesh Singhoria, Suresh

  • Befikre trailer passed with U/A certificate

    Ever since Ranveer Singh and Vaani Kapoor starrer Befikre trailer was unveiled, the audience has gone berserk talking about it because of the smoochfest shown in it. From meeting for the first time to no strings attached hook ups, the first trailer for the upcoming romantic comedy has 12 kisses in the trailer.

  • Guwahati gets FIFA’s nod for hosting Under-17 World Cup games

    Guwahati: Guwahati became the fifth Indian city to be ratified as a venue for next year’s Under-17 football World Cup after a FIFA inspection team gave its thumbs up to the venue’s preparedness and facilities.

  • Shivpal Yadav urges Mulayam Singh to become UP Chief Minister

    Lucknow: Samajwadi Party leader Shivpal Singh Yadav on Monday demanded that party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav take over as Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, in another twist to the warring within the state’s ruling Samajwadi Party family.

  • Haji Ali Dargah Trust to grant access to women in Mumbai

    New Delhi: Women will be granted access to the sanctum sanctorum of the Haji Ali shrine in Mumbai on par with men, the Dargah Trust told the Supreme Court today and sought four weeks to make the requisite infrastructural changes.

  • ‘Make wide publicity of Kalidas Samaroh’

    Ujjain: Collector Sanket Bhondve has said that the publicity of ‘Akhil Bharatiya Kalidas Samaroh’ should be made at the national level so that people from India and abroad can participate in it on the pattern of Simhastha Mahaparva.

  • Aamir Khan’s niece Zayn Khan to make her Bollywood debut

    Aamir Khan and the cast of Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikander reunited this past weekend after twenty-four years at the Jio Mami Mumbai Film Festival 2016. At the much-awaited reunion, Aamir Khan‘s cousin Mansoor Khan who had directed the cult classic revealed his daughter’s aspirations to become an actress.

  • GIS 2016: ‘Special aid to those investing in Vidisha’, says Sushma Swaraj

    Indore: Calling upon investors to make greater investments in MP, external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj addressing the valedictory function of GIS-2016 said that those making investments in Vidisha would avail “special benefits” as they would get her direct assistance.

  • Bhopal: Four bookies nabbed while accepting bets

    Bhopal: Police arrested four bookies while accepting bets on India-New Zealand one-day cricket match on Sunday at Second No. Bus Stop under TT Nagar police station.

  • Narmada pipeline supply disrupted, many areas in city go without water

    Bhopal: A fault in 132KV feeder line led to Narmada water supply disrupted in a number of localities on Hoshangabad Road in new Bhopal area on Sunday. People had to rely on private tanker operators who made quick bucks charging Rs 500 for 5000 liter water tanker.