Free Press Journal
  • Training programme for cops manning Dial-100

    BHOPAL : A three-day training programme for police personnel deputed at vehicles ‘Dial-100’ across the state was organisd. Additional director general of police (ADGP), telecom, Anvesh Manglam inaugurated the programme. SSP (radio) Chandrashekhar Solanki, SP, Dial-100 Amit Saxena, SP (radio) Mehfooz Khan and DSP (training) Harish Motwani were present.

  • Petro-dealers call off Nov 15 strike

    Oil marketing Cos agree to raise commission ,  The OMCs have agreed to increase the dealers’ margin of approximately Rs 138 per kilo liter of motor spirit and Rs 102 per kilo liter of high speed diesel.

  • Tax practitioners to be acquainted with GST

    Indore : Tax practitioners to be made acquainted with crucial aspects of the new indirect tax regime, Goods and Service Tax.

  • Govt splurging crores on RSS-sponsored programmes

    BHOPAL : Madhya Pradesh has become a pasture for Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). It is regularly holding programmes to promote its ideology at government expense in the state.  Preparations are underway for ‘Lok Manthan’, to be organised from November 12-14, after Vaicharik Mahakumbh and Dharma-Dhamma convention in the recent past.

  • Govt honours Dr Bharat Bajpai

    Indore: Dr Bharat Bajpai, who has to his credit two records in Limca Book of Records for working without any leave at the Forensic Medicine Centre of Govind Vallabh Pant District Hospital, was honoured by the state government with a citation on the completion of 10 years of the Centre.

  • Cycling adds romance to their life

    Indore : Encouraging people to take cycle steps before nature pedals humans out, 43-year-old CA Navin Khandelwal and 38-year-old homemaker Preeti Khandelwal cycle to social and business events. They have ensured that cycling is an important part of their life by adding romance to their rides.

  • “I had to leave everything behind” says Taaha Shah Badusha

    Inspired by Shah Rukh Khan, Taaha Shah Badusha decided to become an actor and shifted from Dubai to Mumbai in 2009. Over the years, he showcased his acting skills in movies like Love Ka The End, opposite Shraddha Kapoor, along with Gippi and Barkhaa. The businessman-turned-actor was last seen in, Baar Baar Dekho. He shares his journey to the world of films, his first project, and what he has learnt from his co-stars over

  • FASHION SHOW SPOTLIGHTS DIFFERENTLY ABLED MODELS

    A fashion show initiative by Lions Club International and Ahilya Janjagriti Sansthan is trying to bring differently abled models to the fashion runways to promote equality and sensitisation. Hunar Charity Fashion Show was held at Ravindra Natya Grah on Saturday. Miss Asia Pacific Himangini Singh marked her presence as the chief guest.

  • Congress, journos protest govt restrictions on NDTV

    BHOPAL : The NDA government’s decision to put NDTV India channel off air on November 9 has drawn loud protests. The Congress party, along with the journalists, protested the decision.

  • Retd IG booked for molesting woman

    BHOPAL : Bhopal District and sessions court, on Saturday, ordered the Koh-e-Fiza police to register the case against retired IG police Saeedullah for teasing woman. Woman first approached Koh-e-Fiza police but no one took it seriously and then she approached court.

  • NTPC Rihand observes vigilance awareness week

    Bijpur : NTPC Rihand marked vigilance awareness week from October 31 to November 5 under which various activities were organised. Project employees participated in a general knowledge quiz in which questions based on corruption and awareness were raised. Senior manager SC Srivastava and AK Banerjee were present. A panel discussion on ‘role of public to stop corruption’ was also organised for students of classes IXth and XIIth in a nearby school. Kendriye

  • BCCI should implement 85 percent of Lodha recommendations: Ravi Shastri

    New Delhi : Former India team director Ravi Shastri has said that Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) should implement 80 to 85 percent of Justice R M Lodha Committee’s recommendations that are related to administration, governance, finance and election process.

  • IT raids on Chirayu Medical College

    BHOPAL : The Income Tax department has raided the two premises of the Chirayu Medical College on Saturday, following the tip got from the CBI raid conducted on Friday.