Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Students click pix on Swachch Bhopal

    BHOPAL: The Edu Club of BSSS organised a photography event on Friday. The students were supposed to click pictures on the theme ‘Bhoj Ka Swachch Bhopal’.  As part of the ‘Swachch Bharat Mission’ initiated by the government of India, BSSS had observed Swachchta Diwas on October 2. The Edu club had announced the event on the same day.

  • Bhopal: 72 girls leave for Wagah border

    BHOPAL : A 72-member contingent of girls, under the ‘Maa Tujhe Salaam’ scheme of the department of sports and youth welfare, left for a visit to Wagah Border, Hussainiwala and Punjab on Friday. The scheme is aimed at developing a feeling of patriotism and nationalism in the youths. The contingent was flagged off from TT Stadium by joint director, sports, Dr Vinod Pradhan. Bharti Chandel, in-charge of the contingent, was given the

  • Paint to preserve my tradition, says Gond artist

    BHOPAL: A fifteen-day-long solo painting exhibition ‘Maa Matre’ of city-based well-known Gond artist Bhajju Shyam at Oijas Art Gallery, Delhi begins from Saturday.

  • Bhopal: Diwali Milan at Brahmin Club

    Brahmin Club, Bhopal Chapter organised Diwali Milan Samaroh with pomp and show at Sayaji hotel on November 5. As many as 250 members of the club attended the family gathering and had loads of fun. Both men and women were clad in red and black attire. The programme began with introduction and it was followed with musical orchestra. Mayor Alok Sharma was present as chief guest along with his wife Dolly Sharma.

  • Worry Not! There is no language mistake in your new Rs 2,000 note

    After Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced trashing of old Rs 500 and Rs 1000 bank notes to curb black money, RBI has released the newly printed Rs 500 and Rs 2000 bank notes. The new Rs 500 note is completely different from the old note while the new Rs 2000 note has 17 major features to make stand out and also an one (so-called) unnoticed mistake.

  • Municipality reviews area allocated for Atal fair

    Nagda: Municipality chairman Ashok Malwiya along with other officials reviewed the area allocated for Atal fair on Thursday. The fair will be organised on December 25 to celebrate former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s 92nd birthday.

  • All work on credit risk, says Event organizers

    As the marriage season has been started, large number of marriages has been lined up in next few days. But, the sudden move by the government has disturbed the budget of families and also the event organisers and caterers.

  • Government Urdu Primary School observes Urdu Diwas

    Burhanpur: Government Urdu Primary School (GUPS) celebrated Urdu-Diwas on Thursday with great fervour. The day is observed in memory of Allahma Muhammad Iqbal, a famous Urdu poet. An Urdu magazine was also distributed amongst students, which was followed by a plantation drive. Barkati Mission director Tanveer Raza Barkati, teacher Mohammad Ameen Ansari, staff members and social workers were also present on the occasion.

  • Demonitisation of OHDs – Common man’s ordeal continues on third day

    Khetia: Following the demonetisation of old currency notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 and subsequent tizzy, ATM booths started dispensing cash on Friday. However, continuing the ordeal, large number of citizens who thronged the ATMs, found majority of the ATMs closed.

  • Unplanned execution leads to mismanagement and inconvenience

    INDORE: People appreciate the move of the government but they are disappointed by the mismanagement during exchange of notes at banks and ATMs. People shared their views about management and felt that at least banks should have organised the management, since they were aware of upcoming rush.

  • Chaos mars special convention of municipal council

    Sanawad: A special convention of Sanawad municipal council was organised at council conference hall here on Friday which saw a chaos as BJP corporators termed the meeting as illegal alleging the meeting was convened against the constitution of the council.

  • Bhopal: IIFM conclave on climate change from today

    BHOPAL: The Indian Institute of Forest Management (IIFM) will organise a two-day conclave ‘Coalescence 2016’ themed on “Business, Climate Change and Society -Bridging the Sustainability Divide”, which will focus on contemporary socio-environmental issues, climate change and management of natural resources keeping in mind the need of communities and the constraints of nature at IIFM Campus, Nehru Nagar, Bhopal. The meet begins on Saturday.