Free Press Journal
  • Pakistan High Commission staffer detained for espionage

    New Delhi: A Pakistan High Commission staffer was today detained after he was found in possession of defence documents while two others were arrested on espionage charges, police said.

  • Use only Indian products on Diwali, says MANIT students

    BHOPAL: The Rajbhasha Karyanvayan Samiti of MANIT students organised a mass drive on Wednesday at Shaurya Smarak and DB Mall to encourage people to use Swadeshi products only in Diwali.

  • BMC to restore severed water connections

    BHOPAL: The district Congress president and corporators met the Bhopal Municipal Corporation Commissioner demanded that the disconnected water connections be restored in view of Deepawali festival. The commissioner has accepted the proposal and has ordered to restore the connections.

  • Panther Brahma dies at Van Vihar in Bhopal

    BHOPAL: Brahma, a panther, who was brought to Van Vihar in April 2015 died on Tuesday at Van Vihar National Park due to illness. Brahma was suffering from paralysis since March and his hind legs were completely paralysed.

  • We all felt Golmaal 2 was a crap: Ajay Devgn

    New Delhi: After Rohit Shetty called his 2008 directorial venture “Golmaal Returns” a crap, its lead actor Ajay Devgn says he also agrees with the filmmaker as there were so many irrelevant dialogues in the film.

  • liquor

    All you need to know about Maharashtra’s online liquor permit

    The state excise department has launched an online portal and an app on Tuesday, ‘excise.maharashtra.gov.in’ to grant liquor consumption permits. What’s interesting is that the permit could be obtained by simply keying your Aadhar Card number on the website or the app. A digital permit will be provided within few minutes of the application. The applicants can even check the application status online.

  • Rani Padmavati’s battle sequence would cost Rs. 12 crores

    The climactic battle sequence of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Rani Padmavati alone will cost Rs. 12 crores. It is expected to be the most spectacular battle ever fought on screen.

  • Workshop on Rangoli at state Tribal Museum in Bhopal

    BHOPAL: A five-day workshop on free-hand rangoli and Bindu rangoli is underway at MP Tribal Museum. The participants are undergoing training on Rangoli by the experts in the workshop.

  • NN Saha is Allahabad Bank RGM in Bhopal

    BHOPAL: NN Saha assumed the charge of regional general manager (RGM) of Allahabad Bank for MP and CG. Saha, an experienced banker, started his career in banking in 1981. He worked in several states. He believes that in the times of tough competition and advancement, instant decision is the only way to satisfy a client.

  • Patel Group student clinches gold in softball tourney

    BHOPAL: Amit Kumar, a student of Electrical and Electronics branch, third year of Patel Group of Institutions, won gold medal in the soft-ball state-level team championship.

  • MPSSA shooters make big medal haul

    BHOPAL: The players of MP State Shooting Academy (MPSSA) won 16 medals in the fourth West-zone shooting championship played at Ahmedabad. These players met sports minister Yashodhara Raje Scindia.

  • Forces almost ready to retake IS capital: US

    Washington: US Defence Secretary Ash Carter announced that it will be only a matter of weeks before Washington and its allies are ready to drive the Islamic State (IS) terror group from Raqqa, its self-proclaimed capital in Syria.

  • Bhopal: Nine Campionites win medals in athletics

    BHOPAL: Nine students of Campion School, Arera Colony bagged 17 Medals (12 Gold, four Silver and one Bronze) in CBSE Cluster 12 Athletics Meet Competition-2016 held recently in Gwalior.

  • Centre lacks courage, patience, says Congress

    Bengaluru (Karnataka): Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge on Wednesday lambasted Union Information and Broadcasting Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu for his remarks on ban on Pakistani artistes, and alleged the Centre lacked courage and patience.

  • Mumbai: Return penguins before climate kills them, says Opposition

    Mumbai: Three days after the death of female Humboldt penguin in the Byculla zoo, the civic body’s standing committee on Wednesday witnessed an outburst from the opposition parties where they demanded that these birds be returned before the city’s climate kills them.