Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: 68th NCC Day celebrated at Govt Excellence School

    Garoth: The 68th NCC Day was celebrated at government Excellence Higher Secondary School here on Sunday. On this occasion, NCC cadets of the school took out a rally to spread awareness on anti-addiction, cleanliness drive and ‘save girl child’ issues and also performed ‘shram daan’ on the school premises. School principal Bhagwan Singh Chauhan and NCC officer, RG Malviya wished the cadets on the occasion.

  • horoscope

    Your day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    ARIES:- Today huge expenses and domestic problems health concerns could cause you strain and anxiety but pray god will see you through. Tension will be there in business and at work place.

  • Counsel queries

    A listening ear
    I want to become a counsellor, and I think studying psychology should help me, but I do not know much more. Please help me. Also, I need help in convincing my parents that I want to take up such an offbeat career. How do I go about it?
    – Prachi Khare

  • Bhopal: Gain self-confidence before setting your goal

    Dharampuri: “Gain self-confidence before setting your goal for life. Choose your area of interest during study period and after that concentrate on studies accordingly,” said founder of Dishanjali Education and Welfare Society, Vijay Kumar Patidar while addressing a career guidance workshop at local Mandi Colony here on Sunday.

  • Bhopal: IPS officers from north-east learn about state’s Dial-100

    BHOPAL: The IPS officers of north-east states took a tour of the Dial-100 control room in the state capital on Sunday. The delegation of 27 IPS officers are on tour of state under the conduction course of study and cultural programme.

  • Bhopal: Student-teacher-parents synergy helps for development of child

    BHOPAL: Campion School and Campion Old Boys Association (COBA) in its career guidance and counselling initiative “Disha Samvaad” organised a session Sunday on “Student-teacher-parents” synergy for development of the child”. This programme was specially arranged for the parents of Standard 5th and 7th. More than 1400 parents participated.

  • Ab Crack: The new fitness fad

    New Delhi: If you are still crazing over the six pack ab trend, you have perhaps missed out a crucial new body trend that has gone viral across the world social media: The Ab Crack! Yes, you heard it right. The world has discovered a new flamboyant cousin to the six-pack in a new desirable body feature: the ab crack that refers to a thin visible crease or line of divide between your abs, according

  • Activist Shailesh Gandhi heaps praise on Maharashtra information panel chief

    Mumbai: RTI activist Shailesh Gandhi has said Maharashtra under Chief Information Commissioner Ratnakar Gaikwad has one of the highest success rates when it comes to RTI requests and praised the former IAS officer for his promptness in dealing with queries related to Government.

  • Bhopal: Nursing student commits suicide

    BHOPAL: A nursing girl student committed suicide at Minal Residency under Ayodhya Police station on Sunday. She lived in a hostel at Lal Ghati and used to sleep in for four to five hours whenever she came to her home at Minal Residency. Her parents were under impression that their daughter might be sleeping in her room. She was a student of Dr Ambedkar Nursing College. As per police, Puja Verma, 21,

  • Bhopal: Mediation can reduce pendency of cases in court, Justice Naolekar

    BHOPAL: Mediation is increasing day by day in the world and Bhopal is the leading place in the nation, said former Lokayuakta Justice PP Naolekar in the closing ceremony of the 5th edition of the NLIU-INADR International Law School Mediation Tournament, on Sunday.

  • Bhopal: 500 couples tie nuptial knot in Ijtima

    BHOPAL: As many as five hundred “Niqah” were solemnised on the second day of three-day Iztima, one of the biggest global religious congregation of Muslim community members, at Eintkhedi on Sunday. All the Niqah were solemnised under the guidance and supervision of scholars and Maulanas who wished the newly-wed couples for a happy married life. Lakhs of Muslim community members from all over the world participated in Ijtima which continues for three

  • Bhopal: Cashless transactions, Security issues worry many

    BHOPAL: Cashless economy has become the buzzword ever since Prime Minister Modi unveiled his ambitious albeit controversial agenda of ‘war against black money’. The Free Press Journal talked to some youngsters to know whether and for what they are using cashless transactions.

  • Mumbai: Shikha’s brother slams cops for inaction in ‘suicide’ case

    Mumbai: Days after the Mumbai police booked Khar-based cosmetic surgeon Dr Vijay Chandraprakash Sharma on October 15 on charges of abetment of suicide of the 40-year-old model-turned-actress Shikha Joshi, her younger brother Vishesh accused city police of not pursuing the case seriously.

  • Bhopal: Overdue promotions lead to thousands of vacancies

    BHOPAL: Thousands of posts are vacant in the police department because of the long overdue promotions and direct recruitments. Many branches of the department are facing serious shortage of the force personnel.

  • Bhopal: Three more accused of deadly attack held

    BHOPAL: The cops on Sunday arrested three more accused who opened fire on two siblings and fatally stabbed them at Anna Nagar under Govindpura police station area on Saturday. One of the accused was arrested soon after the incident. However, the main accused is still absconding.

  • Bhopal: Mercury plunges to 9°C at many places in state

    BHOPAL: The cold wave like condition is likely to prevail at many parts in the state in the next 24 hours as various places recorded the minimum temperature of nine degree Celsius.

  • Indore: Most ATMs remain closed, cash crunch continues

    Mhow: Most of the ATMs in the city were closed on Saturday giving tough times to the cash-strapped residents. People who travelled all the way to Mhow following closure of banks and ATMs in Pithampur on Saturday were also troubled due to the shutdown of ATMs.