Free Press Journal
  • NCC Day celebrated

    Indore: NCC cadets of New Digamber Public School observed the 68th NCC day with differently-abled children at ‘Sanjeevani Sewa Sangam’. The cadets distributed sweets, fruits and cloths among children and presented also Rs 2100 cash.

  • Two siblings shot at over old enmity

    Out of five assailants, one was arrested and search is on to arrest the other absconding accused. A case of attempt to murder registered against them.

  • Banks to seek undertaking from petro dealers depositing Rs 1K notes

    BHOPAL : Petrol pump dealers will have to furnish an undertaking if they want to deposit the scrapped Rs 1000 notes as banks have stopped  accepting  Rs 1000 notes from petrol pumps dealers after the  union government has announced that only Rs 500 note will be accepted at petrol pumps from the midnight of November 24.

  • India needs educational portals for growth of knowledge

    Indore : With persistent efforts and passion for his work, 42-year-old lecturer and poet Dr Ajit Upadhyaya lived his dreams when he was recently invited to Feliciano School of Business, New Jersey, USA for presenting his research paper on ‘Social Media Impact on Student Awareness and Education’.

  • Guess who is the best stylist in Bollywood?

    We see the movies for the story, the stars, the songs, the item number, the foreign and Indian locations and …the fashion. In the early days of cinema, there were costumers who clothed the stars. Designers soon stepped into the movies designing the clothes themselves. Since a decade, clothing in film is done by designers who have morphed into stylists. They do not necessarily use their own clothing to create a look for the

  • CII holds discussion on impact, advantage of GST

    BHOPAL : Confederation of Indian Industry organised a session at Hotel Jehanuma Retreat on Saturday to understand the need of the hour and to make the industries aware about Goods and Services Tax (GST).

  • ‘Enzura’ delights

    Bal Bharati school, Neelbad hosted its annual day celebration on  Friday with great pomp and splendour. The theme of the annual day was ‘ENZURA-2016’.  The celebration began with traditional with Ganesha vandana. The evening began with the musical dance performance- Teri Hai Jameen by the little wonders of the school. This was followed by the theme dance exhibiting energy of the students and dance performance-Masti ki Pathshala exhibiting zeal by the students.

  • Five Ss at St Raphael School annual meet

    BHOPAL : The five S’s of Sports – Stamina, Speed, Strength, Skill and Spirit were showcased by the students of St. Raphael Co-Ed School as they celebrated their first annual Sports Meet, ‘Raphaelites Esporte -2016’ on Saturday on the theme “Expressions”.

  • Ethiopian experts at CRISP

    BHOPAL : Ethiopian delegates Yohannes Kebede, an MIS expert from Industrial Parks Development Corporation, Addis Ababa and Mathias Tenaye, director RAMA Solutions visited CRISP on Saturday.

  • CBSE judo national C’ship from today

    BHOPAL : A four-day Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Judo national championship will be inaugurated at Sagar Public School, Saket Nagar on Sunday. The championship will be inaugurated by chief guest MP Alok Sanjar. Around 700 players are taking part in this event representing seven zones across the country.

  • Akshay Kumar meets CM; wants to shoot in state

    BHOPAL : Film actor Akshay Kumar called on CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan at CM House on Saturday. He demanded permission for shooting of a film with Amitabh Bachchan. Scenes will be shot at various religious places like Maheshwar, Omkareshwar and others.

  • Rs 125 crore sanctioned for rural roads

    Indore : The Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has sanctioned Rs 125 crore for construction of roads in rural areas of the district.

  • Campion Annual Day from Dec 29

    BHOPAL : The Annual Day celebrations of Campion School be held from December 29, 2016 to January 1, 2017. Preparations for the event have already begun. Over 2000 students from KG to class twelve will participate in the event. The function will include dances, skits, songs, fashion shows, Western foot tapping music and Kavi-Sammelan.

  • Most ATMs in city remain cashless

    Indore : Even 17 days after the currency ban, there is no end to cash crisis in the city. Some ATMs were closed while others donned the ‘Out of cash’ tag.