Free Press Journal
  • Murli Manohar Joshi all praise for ancient Indian medicine

    BHOPAL: Former Union Minister Murli Manohar Joshi inaugurated a two-day conference on “Role of Ancient and Modern Science” in the development of the country at RKDF College here on Tuesday. Speaking on the occasion, Dr Joshi emphasised on the need for making education affordable for accessible to all. Dr Joshi said that it was because of liberalisation that today’s institutions are able to provide better education to the students. He said that

  • Bhopal: Bidding goodbye to Diwali

    Agrawal Mahila Mandal, New Market and Agrasen Mahila Mandal, BHEL jointly organised a post-Diwali celebration at Mayur Palace on Tuesday with great zeal.  As many as 64 women, clad in saris, suits and Indo-western attire gathered for the celebration and enjoyed it a lot. On the occasion, various fun activities including game, dance et al were arranged.  They played games based on punctuality. Some women made greeting card and rangoli using follower.  They also

  • Bhopal: Congress spokesman KK Mishra gets bail

    BHOPAL: State Congress spokesman KK Mishra was granted bail by a district court on Tuesday on a personal bond of Rs 10,000 in a defamation case. The case was filed by finance minister Jayant Mallaiya.

  • Chief Minister Shivrajsingh Chouhan campaigns for BJP candidate Rajendra Dadu

    Burhanpur: MLA Rajendra Dadu contributed to the development of the region. Today we need to send BJP candidate Manju Dadu in Vidhan Sabha, said Chief Minister Shivrajsingh Chauhan while campaigning for Nepanagar by-elections candidate Manju Dadu during public meetings in Boribujurg, Ambada, Mandwa and Paretha.

  • Sartaj Aziz to visit India, hints at easing of hostility

    Islamabad: Pakistan’s foreign policy chief, Sartaj Aziz, has said that he plans to attend the Heart of Asia Conference in India on December 3 and suggested the visit could be used to “defuse the tension” between the nuclear-armed neighbours.

  • DPS world school opens in Rewa

    REWA: DPS world school is one of the institutions among the big institutions that are providing education at the school level in overall country. There is a big series of DPS in the country. The founder of DPS world school is Salman Khurshid who was former foreign minister of Indian government and was the senior advocate of Supreme Court and his wife famous educationist Louis Khurshid. JNCT chairman Dr SS Tiwari gets

  • Two vehicles laden with woolen blankets caught at Mahanadi

    UMARIA: Various teams are formed to make complete bye-elections impartial and peaceful. Static surveillance team also formed to keep an eye on all the vehicles which are coming and going from the barriers. Under Bandhavgarh assembly area on Mahanadi barrier the team had checked two 407 vehicles and found woolen blankets there, only driver was in the vehicle.

  • Modi has made country ‘ghanchakkar’ says former MLA Sunil Jaiswal

    NARSINGHPUR: Congress workers, post officials along with former MLA Sunil Jaiswal went to many banks of the city on Tuesday. They distributed the water pouch to the people who were stand in the queue and also gave the information to fill up the form.

  • Teakwood worth Rs 50K seized in village Bankabedi

    SEONI-MALWA: Forest department found illegal teak of thousands of rupees in village Bankabedi. On the information of informant forest zone officer DP Goswami reached the spot and seized the wood. Team had caught one artisan and his colleague and also taken the action on the owner of wood.

  • CBI remand of two Vyapam men extended

    BHOPAL: A local court has extended CBI remand of Vyapam ex-principal system analysts Nitin Mahindra and ex-programmer CK Mishra by four days on Tuesday.

  • Demonitisation is festival of honesty: Hindu Seer

    BHOPAL: Swami Devakinandan Thakur from Vrindawan has said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s demonetisation move was a courageous step. Modi took this decision in national interest. Hence, all should take the move as a festival of honesty.

  • Bhopal: ‘Mera Pran-Bhopal Number one’ launched

    BHOPAL: Mayor Alok Sharma, at the inaugural programme of ‘Mera Pran-Bhopal Number 1’ campaign, here on Tuesday, said that Bhopal, under ‘Cleanliness Survey-2017’,  could become a leading city only by the support of its citizens and we all need to fulfill our  responsibilities.

  • Bhopal: Meet on ‘Safe Blood’ from November 18

    BHOPAL: To create awareness about blood donation and making blood available to the needy, the Indian Society of Transfusion Medicine is organising a three day National Scientific symposium from November 18-20 at Hotel Noor-Us-Sabah.

  • Bhopal: Female leopard dies at Van Vihar

    BHOPAL: A leopardess named ‘Khushi’ died at Van Vihar national park on Tuesday. Khushi, aged 20, was brought from Burhanpur forest circle in October, 2015, when she was just 8 years. The preliminary report of post-mortem conducted has suggested respiratory failure as the cause of her death.

  • Bhopal: Allopathic doctors to strike, work for 3 hours today

    BHOPAL: The allopathic doctors across the state, on the call for strike by Indian Medical Association (IMA), will not give their services for three hours on Wednesday. During this period, services at private nursing homes and emergency at clinics would be available. These doctors will take out rallies across the state and hand over memorandums. Government doctors will also sport black ribbon as a token of support to them.