Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Training programme concludes in Home Science College

    HOSHANGABAD: One day training programme “pariksha purv prashikshan karyakarm” concluded in Govt. Home Science college. This programme was inaugurated by in charge principal Dr Sangita Ahirwar. In this training programme the teachers of the college itself gave the talks on various topics like the preparation of exams, pattern of exams, methods of solving paper, time management, writing skills etc. professor Dr Rambabu Mehar- arts group, Dr Dipak Ahirwar- science group and Dr

  • Demonetisation: Note exchangers may get ink mark from today in Indore

    • Local banks have received RBI instructions
    • Cash crunch continues in banks, ATMs

    Indore: To tackle rush at bank branches, indelible ink will be used on those exchanging old currency notes. On Wednesday also long queues were seen outside bank branches.

  • National book week celebrated at Jawahar Navoday Vidyalay

    UMARIA: National book week is being celebrated from 14 to 22 November in Jawahar Navoday Vidyalay, Dubbar Pali of the district. Various competitions are being organised to increase the talent and their confidence of the students and to make the good citizens of the country.

  • Indore: 4 jewellers under Income Tax department scrutiny

    • They allegedly sold gold items from November 8 to 15
    • I-T teams are verifying stocks and also examining video footage

    Indore: As part of the country-wide action, sleuths of the Income Tax department began conducting surveys at four prominent jewellers of the city on Tuesday and it continued on Wednesday also.

  • Bhopal: New office of I-T dept inaugurated

    BHOPAL: The new office of Income Tax department was inaugurated on Metrowalk premises, Bittan Market, on Wednesday by principal chief commissioner of income tax (MP & CG), Abrar Ahmed. Ahmad and director general of income tax (investigations), AK Jaiswal, lighted the lamp.

  • Bhopal: Houses for cops to be quake resistant

    BHOPAL: In the two-day 5th All-India Police Housing Corporation Conference, three resolutions were passed accordingly, fast track construction technologies, use of green building concepts and maintenance of existing police infrastructure especially police housing to improve living environment for police personnel. These three resolutions will be followed by the all police housing corporations of the nation.

  • Accept payment in hospitals account: Government to private banks

    BHOPAL: For the convenience of patients, the state government has issued a circular to private banks and has asked them to accept payment directly in the bank account of the hospital. The patients can now deposit the amount in the banks account after producing proof of admission of patient in hospital. Also, payment can be made directly through POS machine.

  • Bhopal: Blend traditional building concept with latest tech in houses for cops

    BHOPAL: “While constructing the buildings for the police force, the Police Housing Corporation should blend the traditional knowledge of Indian construction pattern and the modern technologies,” said governor OP Kohli on the concluding day of the 5th All-India Police Housing Corporation Conference on Wednesday.

  • Remembering Bal Thackeray: Five best thoughts by the Shiv Sena supermo

    Bal Keshav Thackeray was born on the birth day of Subhash Chandra Bose, January 23, 1927, the founder of Shiv Sena was a rebellion since childhood. As his social worker father could not pay his school fees because of poverty the school asked Thackeray to leave when he was in sixth standard. However, lack of school education could not dent his grasping ability, command over languages and an extraordinary ability to analyse

  • Indore: Woman among 4 held for duping traders

    Indore: City police on Wednesday arrested four accused including a lady journalist for duping businessmen of Mhow and Pithampur in the name of exchanging old currency notes.

  • Indore: Door-to-door collection of garbage in 40 wards

    Indore: Having announced plans to start collecting garbage door-to-door in the entire city by November end, the Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) on Wednesday claimed that it has started lifting garbage from houses in nearly 40 wards.

  • Indore: Last date for NET extended up to November 23

    Indore: The Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE) on Wednesday extended last date to apply online for national eligibility test (NET) scheduled on January 22 apparently as results of previous test got delayed.

  • Indore: Amendments in Ordinance ‘denied’, PhD entrance test delayed further

    Indore: The Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya has to extend entrance test for doctoral research degree programmes once again as coordination committee on Wednesday ‘denied’ approving amendments suggested for the Ordinance in view of changes made by the University Grants Commission in PhD regulations-2009.