Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Anushruti wins state championship

    NARSINGHPUR: Chavra vidyapeeth, eighth class student Anushruti Soni gets the first place in CBSE west zone state championship contest and brought pride to the district. Anushruti is the daughter of famous builder and coloniser Engineer KK Soni and Nisha Soni. All the relatives, friends and the well wishers congratulated her and wished her for a bright future.

  • Zakir Naik’s school protests against assets frozen by government

    Mumbai: Amidst panic that the Mazgaon-based Islamic International School (IIS) of Islamic Preacher Zakir Naik will face closure or change of management, 15-member delegation including ISS students, their parents and teaching staff was led by Maharashtra state branch of the Samajwadi Party Abu Azmi. They met Tawde at his official residence in South Mumbai’s Walkeshwar.

  • Bhopal: Three held on extortion charge

    MORENA: Ambah police caught three crooks on Sunday night and recovered illegal weapons from them in which there was one pistol and two rifles including 10 cartridges. The police also seized their luxury vehicle Tata Safari. Police had discovered that some miscreants were doing money extortion from sand mines and also they kept illegal rifles in the vehicle. On Sunday night when they were returning from the mines, police caught them at

  • Bhopal: CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan meets Thai princess

    BHOPAL: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, addressing a programme organized in honour of Rajkumari Mahachakri Sirindhor of Thailand here on Tuesday, said Gautam Buddha showed the path of peace to humanity and his teachings are still relevant.

  • Ratan Tata tried to sell TCS, made Corus deal expensive: Cyrus Mistry

    Mumbai: Hitting back at Tatas, ousted Chairman Cyrus Mistry today rejected charges of not contributing anything to the group’s cash-cows TCS and JLR and alleged that patriarch Ratan Tata once tried to sell the IT firm to IBM and his “ego” led to bad business decisions like Corus acquisition at double the original cost.

  • Bhopal: Shivpuri Collector thanked for instant action on serious matter

    SHIVPURI: Akhil Bhartiya Grahak panchayat and the people of the city expressed thanks with the flowers to Shivpuri collector. Since the administration did the instant action recently on the serious matter, the sexual abuse of the girl child in the children home which was operated by Shakuntala parmarth committee. It is worth mentioning that the director of the hermitage Shaila Agrawal and her father KN Agrawal were arrested and immediate action was

  • Bhopal: Minister Arya inspects Divyang Park

    HOSHANGABAD: Narmada ghati development, general administration and aviation minister Lal Singh Arya came for the short visit of the district on Monday. He visited Divyang park and Vriddhjan park, constructed by municipality and public participation. He said during the visit that he was feeling unique experience and this experience touched his soul, this is the first Divyang Park of the country which is dedicated for the handicapped people, he also said that

  • Mumbai: Jignesh Shah moves HC to evade arrest

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Tuesday directed the Enforcement Directorate (ED) to file an affidavit in response to a writ of prohibition filed by Jignesh Shah, accused in the National Spot Exchange (NSEL) and the Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX) scam.

  • Bhopal: Ensure completion of work within time limit

    HOSHANGABAD: Collector Avinash Lavania instructed all the officers in timeline meeting that the action should be ensured for all the applications which are received under public service guarantee act.

  • Indore: Jhalkaribai birth anniversary celebrated

    VIDISHA: Woman child development department celebrated amar shaheed virangna Jhalkari bai birth anniversary in HS school in Gulabganj. Programme was inaugurated by Kalabai Dhurbe, Journalist Om Prasad Khera, Principal Kusum Katare, ASI Rakesh Parihar. Chief guest garlanded and paid floral tribute to the statue of virangna Jhalkaribai.  Students sang Saraswati Vandana and welcome song. Mukesh Tamrakar from women empowerment department said about many schemes for women and girls, and also threw light

  • Bhopal: From construction labourer to world-famous artist

    BHOPAL: Bhuri Bai is a well-known tribal artist. She is known for popularising Bhil paintings all over the world. A native of Motibawra village of Jhabua, Bhuri Bai recalls that she came to Bhopal about 35 years ago with her husband and it was her destiny that made her meet Jagdish Swaminathan, who groomed her as an artist. “We lived near a nullah, in the area around Manav Sangrahalaya in a small

  • Probiotics may help you beat stress

    New York: Common probiotics sold in supplements and yogurt can decrease stress-related behaviour and anxiety, suggests new research, says IANS. “Our study has shown that simple probiotics that we normally use to keep our digestive tract in sync, could be beneficial to reducing our stress levels as well,” said Aaron Ericsson from University of Missouri in the US.

  • Bhopal: Mere Hisse Ki Dhoop is about population explosion

    BHOPAL: A Hindi play ‘Mere Hisse Ki Dhoop Kahan Hai’ dealing with the hazards of population explosion was staged on Tuesday – the fifth day of seven-day ‘Jammu Kashmir Mahotsava’ at Bharat Bhavan.

  • horoscope

    Your day by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:– Due to lack of mental peace and concentration you might experience some obstacles at work place. Purchase of land and machinery should be postponed for some time.

  • Bhopal: Dora the Explorer asks kids to vote for kids choice awards

    BHOPAL: “Dora the Explorer” visited Radcliffe School in the city to encourage kids to vote actively for the Kids Choice Awards (KCA) for year 2016. Viacom 18’s Nickelodeon announces the Kids Choice Awards and the school students were asked to select the best in entertainment. Kids’ Choice Awards will air exclusively on Nickelodeon in the first week of New Year. The gala event will take place on December 5, 2016 in Mumbai.

  • Bhopal: Students rally on child rights

    BHOPAL: The CII Young Indians and Childline, on Tuesday, organised a rally to create awareness about child rights. State Commission for Protection of Child Rights chairman Raghvendra Sharma and Superintendent of Police (Bhopal South) Anshuman Singh flagged off the rally from Police Control Room, Jehangirabad.