Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Nine of ‘The Frame’ put up their show

    A six-day group exhibition of paintings and sculptures opened at Rangdarshani Gallery of Bharat Bhavan on Tuesday. Nine artists of the 23-year-old group ‘The Frame’ of West Bengal have showcased their works in the exhibition. The works of artist Arunangshu Roy based on practical reality in the materialistic world. He showed temptation, anger, greed, grudge, fascination, cruelty, and forgiveness, compassion in his work using pen and ink on paper. Whereas other works,

  • Bhopal: BSSS teacher excels as quiz master

    BHOPAL: City-based renowned quiz master Amir Mehboob held quiz shows at four different cities including Vijayvada, Nellore and Hyderabad.

  • Bhopal: Solar photovoltaic power plant to be set up at ABV-IIITM, Gwalior

    BHOPAL: A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed between Atal Behari Vajpayee Indian Institute for Information Technology & Management, Gwalior (ABV-IIITM) and Urja Vikas Nigam, for the setting up of a solar photovoltaic power plant, with a capacity of 700 KV.

  • Bhopal: Mukhyamantri Cup Championship from today

    BHOPAL: The state-level IInd ‘Mukhyamantri Cup Championship’ will be inaugurated on Wednesday at TT Nagar Stadium. Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan would be the chief guest in the programme which would be presided over by sports minister Yashodhara Raje Scindia. The players would present an attractive march past on the instrumental tunes played by police band.

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    Giriraj Singh: Surgical strike against overpopulation

    Union minister Giriraj Singh’s proposed surgical strike against overpopulation, intended to snip and clip the very roots of social disharmony and economic disparity, meets the gold standard in terms of policy. To overcome Johnny Public’s Emergency-induced shivers of apprehension at the mention of nasbandi, the political class must lead the way.

  • Bhopal: MP home guard celebrates 70th establishment day

    BHOPAL: A programme on the 70th Establishment Day of MP Homeguards and civil defence was organised on Tuesday at Homeguards lines. Director general (homeguards), VK Singh, in his address said home guards is a force of volunteers who work selflessly. The Jawaans play a key role during calamities, national security and law and order.

  • Jaya’s demise: Huge challenges await simpleton Panneerselvam

    In the passing away of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa on Monday night after a titanic battle with life for 75 days after she was admitted to Apollo hospital in Chennai, the people of the State have lost a rare phenomenon who rode the stage like a colossus and commanded the love of the teeming millions. Jayalalithaa was indeed a mass leader in the true sense who was revered as Amma or mother and

  • Bhopal: Prepare soil map of each village panchayat says Collector

    NARSINGHPUR: Agriculture department and Agriculture Science Centre organised a district level programme on World Soil Health day. Collector RR Bhonsle said in the programme to the farmers that only healthy soil can produce good crops so the farmers used the fertilizers according to soil health card and save the soil as well as the health of yours. Collector had also given the instructions to Agriculture department and Agriculture Science centre to prepare

  • Bhopal: Dr Ambedkar remembered on his 61st death anniversary

    VIDISHA: Congress Sevadal organises  programme  on 61st  death anniversary of  Dr Bhim rao Ambedkar. Cong men under the banner of Cong Sevadal organised a programme on 61st Death Anniversary of Dr Bhim Rao Ambedkar. On this occasion Congress seva dal district chief said Dr Ambedkar was born on 14 April 1891 and passed away on 6 December 1956. He said Dr BR Ambedkar, popularly known as Babasaheb Ambedkar, was one of the

  • Tamil Nadu politics at crossroads after Amma

    There is little doubt that the period of two-party rule in Tamil Nadu politics is coming to an end. For one, the void in the AIADMK caused by Jayalalithaa’s death will not be easy to fill; and, for another, the DMK under an aged Karunanidhi and his sons who do not have their father’s popular appeal will never be as dominant as before.

  • Bhopal: Appeal for cashless transaction

    SHUJALPUR: Nai Disha Gyan committee kept one day training programme at Shubham Academy in which the training about the cashless transaction, online transaction like PAYTM, Freecharge, Buddy, etc were given. Institution director Parmar provide the training and appealed to all to use the cashless operation and also helped the others who are unaware about it so that the dream of PM comes true. On this occasion teacher Balwan Parmar, Giriraj Kishori, Asmita,

  • Bhopal: Collector orders for immediate solution

    HOSHANGABAD: Collector Avinash Lavania had given the laptop to the handicapped student Tushar Agrawal, of B Com 1st year of Govt Narmada college, in the meeting room of district panchayat on Tuesday during public hearing. When he reached to the office, most of the people with their problems were waiting for him; one of the man Ramswaroop with his wife and the child asked the help for the treatment of his son

  • Bhopal: Five municipal staff hurt as Scorpio overturns

    SAGAR: Five municipal corporators were seriously injured when they were going to Bhopal from Sagar as their Scorpio over turns. The incident took place on Tuesday afternoon, around 1:30pm, about 20 kms from Sagar the vehicle overturns. On Monday five members were included in Mayor in council.

  • Bhopal: State seeks central aid for developing ravines

    BHOPAL: A proposal of Rs 1200 crore has been sent by the state government to the central government for the integrated development in ravines. The central government would contribute 70 per cent while state government will give 30 per cent of the funding. This information was given by minister for agriculture welfare and development Gaurishankar Bisen during a debate in the House.