Free Press Journal
  • Goods train derails in Madhya Pradesh; rail traffic hit

    Jabalpur: A goods train derailed between Manjhouli and Devgram stations on Singrauli-Jabalpur railway line in Madhya Pradesh today disrupting rail traffic on the route, but nobody was injured in the incident.

  • Two PILs filed in HC on jailbreak by SIMI men

    BHOPAL: Congress leader Arif Masood and Journalist Avdesh Bharagava filed Public Interest Litigation (PIL) in High Court demanding probe by HC sitting judge into jailbreak.

  • Mayor Yarde paves way for state-of-the-art RMC parishad hall

    RATLAM: Mayor Dr Sunita Yarde here on Thursday performed bhoomi pujan of the new parishad hall of the Ratlam Muncipal Corporation which will come up on the second floor of the fire brigade building.

  • National Lok Adalat to be held on Nov 12

    Khetia: Judge Rahul Verma informed that National Lok Adalat will be held in Khetia Court Complex on November 12, 2016. Cases of citizens related to banks, minor crimes, civil matters, labour, electricity act, cheque bounce, education issues and issues of various other departments will be addressed in the Adalat.

  • Motivate Sahariya ST youths to be self-reliant

    SHIVPURI: Collector Omprakash Shrivastav reviewed the progress of beneficiary and self employment oriented schemes and the programmes here on Thursday, and instructed the officers that the tribal categories should be motivated especially Sahariya tribal category to be encouraged to take the benefits of the different schemes so that their financial condition would be improved and they would be self dependent.

  • State-level aquathlon, triathlon begin

    HOSHANGABAD: The two-day 22nd state-level aquathlon and triathlon competition started here on Thursday. Vice chairman of zila sehkari bank Bharat Singh Rajpoot and chairman of Salkanpur Devi dham trust Mahesh Upadhyay inaugurated the competition. 200 players and 25 officials of fifteen districts of the state are participating in the contest. They are from Indore, Gwalior, Bhopal, Vidisha, Raisen, Rewa, Sidhi, Satna, Dewas, Mandsaur, Jabalpur, Betul, Ujjain, Balaghat and Hoshangabad.

  • Madhya Pradesh to be made free from poverty by 2022

    HOSHANGABAD: State planning commission vice chairman Chetanya Kahsyap said in three years district plan meeting here on Thursday that five-year plan has stopped, now the fifteen years plan has been making in the state and in the country and the works are being included which have to be done in coming five years. State planning commission wants that the process of decentralisation is to be continued in districts and blocks, actually central

  • Tehsil unit of MP Hindi Sahitya Sammelan formed

    UMARIA: Manpur tehsil unit of MP Hindi Sahitya Sammelan was formed on Wednesday. Senior poet Nasir Nazuk was appointed as a chairman and youth ghazalkar Kuldeep Dwivedi as a secretary.

  • No curfew in Kashmir ahead of Friday prayers

    Srinagar: With situation improving in Kashmir, there was no curfew anywhere in the Valley for the first time on a Friday since it was hit by unrest in July.

  • Bhopal: Sugar mill management fetes farmers

    NARSINGHPUR: Mahakaushal Sugar mill Bachai launched ‘ganna pirai’ from Thursday. On the occasion of opening, farmers were present on the premises to sell their sugarcane. Mill management performed religious rituals and felicitated the farmers. They did the arrangement for the facilities of the farmers which would be unchanged for the whole season.

  • Indore: Conmen dupe two of cash, mobile

    Indore: Two bike-borne conmen allegedly duped two persons of Rs 22500 and a mobile phone here on Wednesday. The accused took money alleging that the men injured a little girl who was playing outside her house. The police have registered a case and started an investigation into the matter.

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    These 10 Bollywood celebs turned vegan for a healthy lifestyle

    The lives of B-towners have always fascinated us. Be it their relationship, their hobbies, their gadgets, their trips and even the food they prefer to eat. We always starve to know even the minute detail of our favourite celebrity. So today we bring to you a piece of information about the hottest vegetarian stars in Bollywood. Here we go:

  • DAVV hell-bent on holding nursing exams from Nov 8

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) on Thursday once again rejected a demand to extend BSc (nursing) final year exams scheduled to commence from November 8.

  • Congress terms arrest of Gandhi, Scindia as murder of democracy

    BHOPAL: Bhopal District Congress Committee (city) took out a candlelight march as tribute to martyr Ramashankar Yadav and soldier Ramkishan Grewal. The march, led by District Congress president, PC Sharma, began from 6 Number Stop and concluded at ‘Shaurya Smarak’. The Committee alleged that the arrest of their party leaders namely AICC vice president Rahul Gandhi and Congress MP Jyotiraditya Scindia, who had gone to get the matter sorted out, is like

  • Vigilance awareness week held at PF office

    Indore: Vigilance awareness week was organised at Employees Provident Fund (EPF) regional office of here on Thursday. Hari Singh, SP CBI Bhopal circle was the chief guest. PF regional commissioner Ajay Mehra chaired the programme.

  • Property dealer murder case: Business partner, four others arrested in Indore

    Indore: City police on Thursday arrested five persons, including a business partner of property dealer Mukesh Yadav, in connection with Yadav’s murder case. The 38-year-old property dealer was found murdered in his car near Jhalariya village on October 26.