Free Press Journal
  • Highlights of PM Narendra Modi’s speech at Bhatinda

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Bhatinda today. The 750-bedded AIIMS will be set up with an outlay of Rs 925 crore and would be spread over 177 acres of land on the Bhatinda-Dabwali road. On this occasion PM Modi address the people over Demonetisation and other issues concerning India.

  • Paytm suspends ‘App POS’ on data security concerns

    New Delhi: Mobile wallet company Paytm has suspended its app that allowed small shopkeepers to accept payment through cards amid ongoing cash crunch, citing risks to customer data and privacy.

  • Secret Service may take over 2 floors for Trump Tower security

    New York: The US Secret Service is in talks with the Trump Organisation to take over two vacant floors at the cost of millions in the gilded 68-storey Trump Tower where the President-elect’s wife Melania and their 10-year-old son will continue to live through the spring, a media report said.

  • Empty promises leave mountain man Manjhi’s children homeless

    Gaya (Bihar): Children of the Mountain Man-Dashrath Manjhi, who constructed a road by cutting Gehlor hills for 22 years (1960-82) alone, reducing the distance between two blocks of Gaya district Atri and Wazirganj from 55 kms to 15 kms are still without a roof in Gehlor village.

  • Deeply concerned about situation at Kashmir LoC: Ban Ki-moon

    United Nations: Deeply concerned over the “deterioration” in situation along the Line of Control in Kashmir, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has called for restoration of stability in the region, saying the world body supports “all efforts” to reach “durable” peace and security.

  • Bhopal: Anand Vihar students shine in swimming contest

    BHOPAL: Nine students of Anand Vihar School bagged medals in swimming and painting competitions in the three-day programme ‘Sophrosyne-2016’, organised by Billabong International School. Eight schools participated in the event.

  • Bhopal: Traffic Dance at Board Office Square

    BHOPAL: A programme ‘Moon Walk Style Traffic Dance’ was organised at Board Office Square on Thursday by the Truba Group of Institute in collaboration with Traffic Police, Bhopal under Road Safety Week. Around 100 students of Truba College attended the programme, and made road users aware about traffic rules. The two-wheeler riders wearing helmets and drivers of four-wheelers wearing seat belts were given chocolates. The students also displayed placards showing messages on

  • Bhopal: Confederation of Indian seminar on GST tomorrow

    BHOPAL: Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) and Young Indians will organise a one-day seminar on GST Implications – impact and opportunities on Saturday at Jehanuma Retreat, Bhadbhada Road. The seminar will be attended by officials from government departments, chartered accountants, tax and finance consultants, auditors and professionals from various industries.

  • Bhopal: City girl gymnasts grab medals

    BHOPAL: Mahak Qureshi and Asmi Shrivastava of the city won medals for Madhya Pradesh Gymnastic Team in the 62nd state-level Gymnastic Championship played at Ujjain.

  • Bhopal: Dena Bank launches mobile ATM

    BHOPAL: Dena Bank, regional office, Bhopal launched ‘Mobile ATM Van’ on Thursday. Mayor Alok Sharma inaugurated the launching of the Van.

  • Bhopal: City-based 17-year-old wins award in Kalidas Samaroh

    BHOPAL: The painting of 17-year-old Pratibha Singh won prize in Akhil Bharatiya Kalidas Samaroh -2016 at Ujjain on November 14.  Governor of Haryana Kaptan Singh Solanki gave her amount Rs 51,000 as prize. It is noteworthy here that she was youngest participant. The fest is organised by MP Kala Parishad every year in November for painting and sculpture. Based on theme ‘Kumarsambhava’, the young artist painted marriage of Lord Shiva-Parvati in Savra