Free Press Journal
  • India successfully conducts twin trial of Prithvi-11 missile

    Balasore: India today successfully test-fired its indigenously developed nuclear capable Prithvi-II missile twice in quick succession as part of a user trial by the army from a test range at Chandipur in Odisha.

  • Dhar Polytechnic College organises grand alumni meet

    Dhar: Dhar Polytechnic College (DPC) organised an alumni meet on Saturday which was attended by a large number of former students. Present students of the college planned this get-together with the aim to maintain cordial relations between students and institution.

  • Company asked to pay Rs 90K compensation for selling spurious fungicide

    Dhar: The district consumer forum in an order asked a pesticide manufacturing company to pay a compensation of Rs 90,250 within a month to the farmers for selling spurious fungicide. The forum also imposed a fine of Rs 5000 on the company for deficiency in their service and other Rs 1000 as cost incurred to the case.

  • Bhopal: Sneh founder Pankaj Maru nominated for national award

    Nagda: Sneh founder Pankaj Maru has been selected by department of empowerment of persons with disabilities to be awarded for best individual and institution working for the cause of persons with disabilities, 2016.

  • MLA Jitendra Gehlot emphasises on empowerment of women and youths

    Alot: A cooperative conference was organised on the premises of cooperative organisation, Vikramgarh here on Saturday where MLA Jitendra Gehlot emphasised on empowerment of women and youths to help them come forward in small or medium scale businesses. He also said that the PM and CM are working towards solving the situation associated with demonetisation and this step will definitely put a stop on black market.

  • Demonetisation: Business badly hit due to low customer turnout

    Burhanpur: With the recent demonetisation, the businessmen and traders community here are suffering heavy losses in their businesses due to very low turnout of customers. Adding to its woes, the very few who are willing to trade have mostly banned Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes making it further difficult to make business. Families having marriage ceremonies recently are the worst hit. Meanwhile, lending a helping hand to the people facing cash

  • Bhopal: Discovery of over Rs 11 crore worth old notes in car throws police into tizzy

    • The amount was deposited in Cooperative Bank, Mandsaur post demonetisation and being transported to deposit in Indore branch
    • Following confirmation by bank officials, the vehicle was allowed to leave with police security till Unhel

    Nagda: Amidst the melee of demonetisation and countrywide ‘war against black money’, city traffic police found crores of rupees in banned Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes being transported in a car during a

  • Ayurved can treat anaemic girls without side effects: Dr Balendu Pratap

    BHOPAL: In a daylong conference on importance of Ayurveda for anaemia and nutrition, renowned Ayurvedic physician, Padma Shri laureate Dr Balendu Pratap said that 59 per cent of girls of age group 10-19 years suffer from anaemia and Ayurveda can solve this problem without any side effects on the body. Dr Pratap was speaking in a conference organised by department of woman and child welfare at Academy of Administration on Sunday.

  • Bhopal: Kasturba Hospital celebrates golden jubilee

    BHOPAL: The Golden Jubilee ceremony of Kasturba Hospital, BHEL was celebrated the other day at Cultural Hall, Piplani with great zeal and fervor. Founded in 1966, the hospital has established itself to be one of the renowned hospitals in the state in the last 50 years. On this occasion NK Bhar, general manager, finance, was present as the chief guest while Dr AK Dave, chief medical officer, Kasturba Hospital was especially present.

  • Indore: City lads take to beetle leaf farming, get double returns

    • They did graduation together and later decided to take up farming as business
    • They are getting  return of Rs 40-50 lakh per acre annually after one time investment of Rs 20 lakh

    Indore: When the nation is discussing about poor condition of farmers and people believe farming is a risky business, three city lads took the risk and started beetle leaf farming.

  • Indore: Goons attack family, 4 injured

    Indore: Attack on a family in Lasudia area resulted in injuries to three members of a family and another. According to the police, the injured were identified as Chagan Khushwah, his wife Kalabai, daughter Neha and their tenant Tulsiram.

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