Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: BJP medical cell observes Blood Donation Day

    Ratlam: BJP medical cell observed World Blood Donation Day on Thursday by organising a workshop to spread awareness among the youth. Surgeon Dr Anand Chandelkar was chief guest on the occasion.

  • Bhopal: Tube well becomes operational

    ASHTA: Municipality chairman Kailash Parmar said the building of aganwadi made by the municipality and municipality is dedicated to fulfill the basic amenities of the public.

  • Bhopal: Not accepting Rs 10 coin punishable

    UMARIA: Some businessman and shopkeepers are refusing to take the coins of 10 Rs without any legal reason. All the coins of 10 Rs and all the notes of Rs 1 and 100 are legal and valid. If someone spread the rumors about 10 Rs coins then punishable legal action would be taken against him. All the people would have to do the transaction of 10 Rs. The people should not pay

  • Bhopal: Ten-day mushroom growing programme at college

    HOSHANGABAD: Mushroom training programme started in Government Home Science PG College, the training was given in mushroom productive unit. This training has been given by Arun Chore, management, ‘Satpura Mushroom utpadak sehbhagita maryadit, Sukhtava’ institution.

  • Bhopal: Collector, SP Mukesh Shrivastav inspect Central Jail

    NARSINGHPUR: Collector Dr RR Bhonsle and SP Mukesh Shrivastav made surprised inspection of Central Jail on Thursday. Police searched the things of the prisoners. Collector instructed the jail staff to keep an eye on the jail, and insisted to keep the arrangements firm and strict. The police officials were along with them, they inspected the sensitive places and different barracks. The instructions were given to increase the height of outside walls of

  • Bhopal: 25th mini national volleyball tourney concludes

    MORENA: Boys of Uttar Pradesh and girls of West Bengal won the gold medal in 25th national mini volley ball contest on Thursday which was organised by Morena Municipal Corporation. Higher Education minister Jaibhansingh Pawaiya gives the prize to the players. National vice chairman of Nehru youth centre BD Sharma proposed thanks to the citizens and players for their support. 39 teams of girls and boys from 22 states participated in the

  • Bhopal: Engineering student found dead in hostel room

    BHOPAL: An eighteen-year-old engineering student died under mysterious circumstances at hostel of his college at Patel Nagar under Bilkiriya police station on Thursday.

  • ICC lashes out at Faf du Plessis ball-tampering appeal

    Adelaide: The International Cricket Council today expressed disappointment at South African stand-in skipper Faf du Plessis’s decision to lodge an appeal after he was found guilty of a ball-tampering in the second Test against Australia in Hobart.

  • Bhopal: Mohammed Saghir to sue mayor for calling him mentally sick

    BHOPAL: Leader of Opposition in Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) Mohammed Saghir on Thursday issued a notice with newspaper cuttings to Mayor Alok Sharma stating a news item quoted the mayor saying that Saghir was mentally sick and BMC administration is ready to bear expenses of his treatment. The news was published in a section of media. The time of three days has been given to mayor to reply. Otherwise, criminal defamation suit

  • Bhopal: Vyapam’s Nitin Mahindra gets bail from court

    BHOPAL: Nitin Mahindra, ex-Principal system analyst of Vyapam was granted bail by the district and sessions court here on Thursday. He is the first Vyapam official to be granted bail by a lower court. All the other Vyapam men had to approach the HC for securing bail.

  • Bhopal: Corrupt resting at homes, poor waiting in queues said Arun Yadav

    BHOPAL: Congress has never questioned demonetisation. The party is questioning only the manner in which it was done, said PCC chief Arun Yadav at a press conference on Thursday. The party is going to protest on the issue on November 28.

  • Pak Sartaj Aziz call to Modi-baiters is a mere provocation

    Pakistan’s open acceptance that it is reaching out to segments of the Indian public who are opposed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “extremist policies” is a shocking admission of interference in India’s internal affairs.

  • Now, a skin patch that does more than monitor sweat

    New York: Researchers have developed a first-of-its-kind soft, flexible micro fluidic device that easily adheres to the skin and connects wirelessly with a smartphone to measure the wearer’s sweat to show how his or her body is responding to exercise, says IANS.

  • Congress MP files breach of privilege notices against PM

    New Delhi: Goa’s Shantaram Naik and other Congress MPs in the Rajya Sabha have given notices of breach of privilege against Prime Minister Modi for making statements on demonetisation outside Parliament when both the Houses are in session.

  • Christmas: Don’t lie to your kids about Santa Claus

    London: Parents, take note! Lying to your children and convincing them that Santa Claus is real could be damaging, as it may undermine your kid’s trust in you, researchers have warned. Millions of parents across the world convince their kids Father Christmas is real, reports.