Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Four assault farmer over old enmity

    BHOPAL: Nazirabad police have arrested four persons for thrashing Gulab Singh on Tuesday. The accused also threatened to continue such ill-treatment  if he does not give Rs 6 lakh and 10 tola gold.

  • Bhopal: Man assaulted for demanding his money back

    MORENA: Three miscreants fired at a man Shivendra son of Vinod Rathor, when he demanded the money back from them. The accused Purushottam Gurjar had borrowed Rs 2000 for some work from Shivendra a few days back.

  • Sharad Pawar

    Mumbai: Pawar praises PM decision

    Mumbai: The Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) has welcomed the move by PM Narendra Modi to withdraw the Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes in a move to unearth unaccounted money as well as counterfeit currency.

  • Educated but now aware

    SIRONJ: “We are getting education but don’t know the history, we have to tell the history to our children, explain the religious importance of the cows and its benefits to them” This was said by famous thinker Shila Tavri from Delhi in a function which was organised in Shrikrishna Gaushala, on the occasion of Goashtmi, she said that she came from Delhi, due to pollution Delhi schools are closed, the other cities

  • Don’t panic, says Maharashtra Finance Minsiter

    Mumbai: Maharashtra Finance Minister Sudhir Mungantiwar on Wednesday urged people not to panic in the wake of demonetisation of old Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes as the state government has made elaborate arrangements for their exchange at bank branches.

  • State-level sports awards to be given away today in Bhopal

    BHOPAL: ‘Shikhar Khel Alankaran Samaroh’ will be organised on Thursday at TT Nagar Stadium to confer sports awards and lifetime achievement award for the year 2016 on selected players and coaches.

  • ‘Apni-Apni Mati’ was staged at Bharat Bhavan in Bhopal

    BHOPAL: Based on the story of Premchand, a Hindi play ‘Apni Apni Mati!Apni Apni Gati!!’ was staged at Bharat Bhavan on Wednesday. Directed by Ganpat Swaroop Pathak, the one-hour-and-twenty-minute long play was presented by Swaroop, Rang Aur Chhaya Sanskritik Samiti, Bhopal.

  • PM move would curb black money: Harishankar Jaiswal

    HOSHANGABAD: Party district chairman Harishankar Jaiswal said that PM Narendra Modi had taken a historical decision to stop Rs 1000 and 500 notes which would be favourable for the country. It would restraint the black money and corruption.

  • Currency demonetisation: Bankers welcome move

    Mumbai: While there have been mixed reactions to the withdrawal of two notes from Indian currency, the banking sector has welcomed the move by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

  • “Meri Beti, Mera Abhiman” to be launched in Bhopal state

    BHOPAL: To promote art among the city-based students, a meeting of Akhil Bharatiya Lok Evam Adivasi Kala Parishad (All Indian folk and tribal arts council) was held at Jagmohandas School on Wednesday.

  • Essay contest on education and good citizens

    BHOPAL: Students took part in an essay competition organised by the District Legal Service Authority Bhopal in collaboration with MP Anusuchit Jati Vikas Evam Kalyan Samiti Bhopal on the occasion of National Legal Services Day at Modal H. Secondary School T.T.Nagar and Kamla Nehru Girls School on Wednesday.

  • Mumbai: Gold dearer as buyers throng jewellery stores

    Mumbai: After Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s announcement for withdrawal of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes from the market, consumers thronged to the gold jewellers to exchange their money into gold. This came as a ‘golden’ opportunity for the jewellers.

  • Include students in surveillance panel: Pratibha Pal

    NARSINGHPUR: Chief executive officer of district panchayat Pratibha Pal had taken the meeting in village panchayat. Under village panchyat Malah Pipriya CFT various panchayats came. The objective of the meeting is to make the district ODF under swacch bharat campaign.

  • Public hospitals, chemists asked to accept old notes

    Mumbai: With the intention of helping patients, the Maharashtra government announced that public hospitals will accept old currency notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 for three days for various diagnostic and therapeutic procedures that are carried out.

  • 5 shot in US gunfire

    Washington, Five persons were shot outside a convenience store in US’ Seattle city on Wednesday night, police said.