Free Press Journal
  • ‘Be Selfish but Good’

    BHOPAL : A book titled ‘Be Selfish but Good’, authored by special director general of police  B. Maria Kumar was inaugurated at a programme on Saturday by director general of police (DGP), Rishi Shukla.

  • What to eat, when to eat

    BHOPAL : On the eve of Guru Nanak Jayanti and Children’s Day, a motivational session was held for students of class four and five of Mithi Gobinram Public School in the  presence of Siddha Bhau, Swati Rahatekar (vice-principal) and Devendra Sharma (coordinator).

  • Tiny tots display their creativity

    BHOPAL : An exhibition of art and craft items made by the students of the pre-primary section of Sharda Vidya Mandir was held on the school premises on Saturday. The artistic creations were exhibited under various heads like Best out of waste, means of transport, types of houses etc. The creative skills of the tiny tots could be seen in the decorated head bands, Candles, Rangoli designs etc.

  • Nearest bank 20 km away, villagers loot FP shop

    Bhopal  : Cash-strapped villagers looted food grains from a Fair Price (FP) shop at Jhamtuli -Bardaha village under Bamitha police station in Chhattarpur district. The village does not have any bank or post office. They have to cover 20 kilometre to get their invalidated currency notes exchanged.

  • Old goldies regale audience

    BHOPAL : Evergreen songs of yesteryear’s legendary musicians Laxmikant-Pyarelal was presented by city-based singers in a concert ‘Ek Shaam Laxami Pyare Ji Ke Naam’ at Ravindra Bhavan on Saturday. Some classic songs of the superhit jodi  like

  • Cops use lathis, belts to drive out customers from bank

    Bhopal : Police thrashed customers with lathis and belts and drove them out from the premises of the SBI branch at Porsa in Morena district on Saturday. SP Vinit Khanna has ordered a probe into matter stating that things have been exaggerated.

  • Modi Warning: Come Clean Or I’ll Dig Records Since 1947

    Kobe/New Delhi : Acknowledging the hardships being faced by people in India, after the demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said the government will go through all personal records since Independence, if required, on the issue of blackmoney and no violator would be spared.

  • BMC attached C-21 Mall

    BHOPAL: The Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) has attached the Century-21 Mall Hoshangabad Road on Saturday for non-clearance of dues over Rs 3.42 crore. Zone office (zone-13) Shyamlal Sharma and ward in-charge BS Sahu executed the plan to attach the property. Rs 3,42,24,085 is pending as dues.

  • 7 die as tractor-trolley overturns in Satna

    BHOPAL : Seven devotees were killed and 15 were injured after a tractor-trolley turned turtle at Sogaru Mod under Kothi police station of Satna district on Saturday. The injured have been hospitalised in Satna.

  • Bear with us for few days, pleads Arun Jaitley on demonetisation

    New Delhi : Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday appealed to the people to bear with the inconvenience for a few days as replacement of the demonetised Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes is a massive operation that cannot be achieved overnight. He also  said that the government was concerned with the hardships to people reflected in long queues at all banks.

  • People losing patience

    New Delhi : A glass door of a bank in Kerala was broken and clashes with bank officials erupted in Gujarat sparking police action as the weekend rush added to the chaos over demonetisation across the country for the third day today with serpentine queues outside bank branches growing longer.

  • Lokayukta nabs patwari while taking Rs 2500 bribe

    Jhabua : The Lokayukta police team of Indore nabbed a patwari while taking bribe of Rs 2500 from a farmer here on Saturday. The accused patwari had demanded the bribe for land name transfer from the farmer.

  • Sarpanchs to write CRs of panchayat secretaries

    BHOPAL : Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, speaking with a group of sarpanchs from Nasarullaganj at his house here on Saturday, said village panchayat sarpanchs will be given the right to write confidential report (CR) of panchayat secretaries and employment assistants. Chouhan said the state government is working to make functioning of village panchayat simple.

  • Rs 4.5 cr awarded to gas victims

    BHOPAL : A total of 1748 cases were disposed of and Rs 25.8 crore awarded in National Lok Adalat on Saturday. At pre-litigation stage, 13,453 cases were disposed of and Rs 6.5 crore was awarded.

  • Free accountancy classes conclude

    Nagda : The 45-day free tally classes organised by National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) concluded in Vardhaman College on Saturday. MM Computers’ director Mayank Sharma was the trainer.