Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: ‘Voice India’ gives platform to aspiring singers

    Bhopal: Sugandha Mishra, the host of a talent show ‘The Voice India Season-2’ was in the city of lakes on a promotional visit. The show will kick off its second edition on December 10 at 9.00 pm, every Saturday-Sunday only on &TV.

  • Want to uproot corruption? Try this

    How does one win confidence of people, and also strengthen the Indian economy? That is no easy task. After all, most Indians feel deprived; and vulnerable. India remains a country where 53% of its wealth is concentrated in just 1% of its population, and 85% in the top 10%. Corruption – and exploitation – has become a way of life. It has been abetted by all the three arms of government – the legislators,

  • Bhopal: Differently-abled city athlete wins bronze in national championship

    BHOPAL: Gauranshi Sharma of the city won bronze medal in the National Athletic Games of the Deaf-2016, held at Jamshedpur. Sharma is undergoing training at TT Stadium by coach Rashmi Malviya. Sharma stands at number four position in the national ranking, in under-13 age group. Sports minister Yashodhara Raje Scindia has congratulated Sharma on her achievement.

  • Bhopal: At 14, Pranay has won 66 medals in equestrian champs

    BHOPAL: Pranay Khare, a national level equestrian player, whose goal is to represent India in Asian Games, Olympics and world Championship, has won 66 medals including 35 gold, 17 silver and 14 bronze. And he is just 14.

  • Bhopal: Story collection released at State Museum

    Bhopal: In a programme at state Museum here on Wednesday, the new story collection titled ‘Aasaan Nahin He Satkatha Kahana’ was released. The programme was organised under the joint aegis of Vanmali Srijanpeeth, Pahle Pahal, Spandan and MP Hindi Sahitya Sammelan.

  • Nagrota terror strike: No lessons learnt from Pathankot, Uri attacks

    The gunning down of seven Indian armymen by terrorists including two officers in a fidayeen attack on the Nagrota military base in Jammu region on Tuesday is a stark reminder that crucial lessons have not been learnt from the two similar attacks in Pathankot and Uri this year. Indeed, the chinks in the security infrastructure are all too clear and need immediate attention. Much lip service is being paid to proper perimeter security around

  • Bhopal: This school teacher makes learning science a fun

    BHOPAL: All of us enjoyed working on science projects and making scrap books of dried leaves and plants during our school days. But that was all. Otherwise, science meant boring equations, abstract principles and difficult-to-comprehend phenomenon.

  • Civic polls victory assets BJP’s pole position

    The BJP’s virtual clean sweep in  two municipalities and one taluka (block) panchayat elections and by-elections in 11 municipalities, seven district panchayats and 15 taluka panchayat seats in Gujarat is a shot in the arm for the party after Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s demonetisation move and ahead of State assembly elections next year. Of the total 123 seats which went to polls in different parts of the state, the BJP won an impressive 107

  • Bhopal: City artist’s paintings exhibition in London

    BHOPAL: An exhibition of paintings of Preety Nigam, a budding art entrepreneur from the city, was inaugurated at the Nehru Centre in London, United Kingdom (UK). The exhibition was inaugurated by Centre’s deputy director Vibha Mehdiretta and minister (coordination) High Commission of India, AS Rajan. The Nehru Centre, London is supported by Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), an autonomous organisation affiliated to the Ministry of External Affairs, Govt of India. The

  • Ujjain: Teacher’s noble deed sets fine example

    Ujjain: A teacher of Government High School Fazalpura has set an example for the teachers fraternity by distributing sweaters to 130 students.

  • Bhopal: Sonography centres should follow norms says Collector

    Guna: All the sonography centres of district should have to follow the rules and regulations of the Pre-Conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Technique (PC & PNDT Act while conducting pre-conceive and pre-delivery tests at their centres.

  • Bhopal: Will resolve problems on priority, Principal secretary to industrialists

    RATLAM: Principal secretary industries department of MP Government V L Kanta Rao assured the entrepreneurs at the Ugyog Bhawan here on Wednesday that their problems will be resolved on priority basis. The prinicpal secretary Kanta Rao reached here today and besides meeting the entrepreneurs he also visited the Industrial areas of Ratlam and Jaora and specially paid attention to the closed units in the both industrial areas.

  • Bhopal: Woman hangs self to commit suicide

    Alot: A married woman  Sushma (50), wife of Harshwardhan Janglawa, resident of Naya Bazar of town has hanged her self and committed suicide at her residence. According to sources, victim’s husband found her hanged in room on Wednesday morning at about 7 AM.  Immediately, she was rushed to government hospital, where Dr Falmbrikar declared her brought dead.

  • Bhopal: Women caught red-handed while taking bribe

    SEHORE: Lokayukt team arrested red handed the two women who were taking bribe. This is the first case in Sehore district in which the women were involved in bribe. According to the received information lokayukt Bhopal team raid at Govt. HS school on Wednesday situated at village Kothri on Bhopal-Indore state highway  and arrested red handed the school principal Roopshri Nagesh and hostal warden Archana Shrivastav when they were taking the bribe

  • Bhopal: Research manuscripts are sourch of information

    SAGAR: Manuscripts are the source of the information and research work is very essential for it. There are important manuscripts of different subjects are available in manuscript resource centre of Sanskrit department.

  • Bhopal: Two selected in state hockey team

    NARSINGHPUR: The two players who belonged to very poor family would show their talent in national level competition.

  • Bhopal: If police do well appreciate them says Forest Minister

    RAISEN: Forest minister Dr Gaurishankar Shejwar said that many times the police have to take the risk of their lives to keep the public safe and to keep the law and order maintained, as well as the police have to stay away from the family and works for day and night continuously. Police deserves the appreciation as they discharge their duties sincerely. The minister came for the inauguration programme of 120 residential

  • Bhopal: Collector reviews PM crop insurance scheme

    SHIVPURI: Collector Om Prakash Shrivastav gave the instructions in the review meeting on Wednesday that each and every farmer should take the benefits of PM crop insurance scheme, he said with the help of the ground personnel of agriculture and concerned department the information regarding crop scheme should reached to every farmer, no farmer should be deprived from this scheme, these types of efforts should be done by the employees.

  • Bhopal: Khajuraho International Film Festival from December 8

    BHOPAL: The seven-day grand ‘Khajuraho International Film Festival’ would be held from December 8 to 14 at Khajuraho.  Launched from last year, the film festival is being jointly organised by directorate of Culture and Prayas Production.

  • Bhopal: Artists to draw paintings under ‘My City My Wall’ campaign

    BHOPAL: A painting programme titled ‘Bhopal Art Wall’ under ‘My City My Wall’ campaign, launched by Bhopal Municipal Corporation, will be organised in the city on December 17 and 18. The walls extending from Roshanpura Square to Polytechnic Square will be painted displaying the message of cleanliness. The paintings will be inspired by Gond, Bheel, Nimadi, Gujarati, Bengali, Warli and Assamese art forms.