Free Press Journal
  • Fusion Sari: Try new ways to flaunt the nine yards

    Gaining gradual popularity on the runaway and off it, sari is therefore prompted to steadily assume a funky appearance from that of a conventional ethnic costume, writes Pramita Bose.

  • Bunny Chow

    The South African food saga

    South African cuisine is simple and yet full of flavour. Sapna Sarfare finds out more of this unknown international cuisine which might attract Indian foodies well.

  • Leave Me : Book Review

    Life’s about swimming through an ocean of troubles, to reach the shore that soothes.

  • Don’t know when Rs 500 notes will come: RBI officers to CM

    BHOPAL : It came to the fore in a meeting convened by the chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan here on Saturday to review the situation arising out of the demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes that even officers of the Reserve Bank of India are not aware when the new currency notes of Rs 500 would be released.

  • Modi’s demonetisation move may boomerang on BJP

    BHOPAL : The leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party may be going gaga over the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision to demonetise currency notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 denominations; but they also fear that the mismanagement in the replacement of the old notes, as evidenced over the past three days, may prove dear for the party in the impending bye-elections.

  • A la Rahul, Jaivardhan queues up for 3 hrs to get Rs 4K exchanged

    BHOPAL : Jaivardhan Singh, son of former chief minister Digvijay Singh, perhaps taking a cue from Congress national vice-president Rahul Gandhi, got Rs 4000 in invalidated currency notes exchanged by standing in queue for more than three hours in a bank.

  • Right-wing think tanks put their heads together to promote ‘Nation First’

    BHOPAL : A colloquium of right-wing think tanks on developing a feeling of ‘Nation First’ began at Vidhan Sabha auditorium on Saturday with more than 750 delegates from 30 states participating in the three-day programme christened ‘Lokmanthan’.

  • Two married women end life

    BHOPAL: Two married women committed suicide in the city over the last 24 hours. They hanged themselves in the intervening night of Friday-Saturday. No suicide note has been recovered in both the cases.

  • MPHRC to probe death of girl in juvenile home

    BHOPAL : Madhya Pradesh Human Rights Commission has taken cognisance of the incident of the death of a 17-year-old girl at Girls’ Juvenile Home, Nehru Nagar and has written to the SP, Bhopal to get the post-mortem of the girl done by a panel of doctors.

  • Pay BSNL bills in old notes today

    BHOPAL: BSNL will accept payments of telephone bills on Sunday. Invalidated currency notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 denomination will be accepted by the BSNL.

  • DCC demo against non-functional ATMs

    BHOPAL : Bhopal District Congress Committee (city) demonstrated at six number Bus Stop Subhash Market on Saturday to protect against ATMs and Banks not dispensing cash. District president PC Sharma alleged that people were being deprived of using their hard earned money. The way the Modi government had stopped the circulation of notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 had created major problems for the common man.

  • Splash of colour on the wall

    As many as 4,000 students of 130 city-based schools and colleges, including a group from Pune, participated in the two-day painting competition ‘My City My Wall”, which began on Saturday. It is an initiative of the Bhopal Municipal Corporation.