Free Press Journal
  • Surveen Chawla won’t settle for mediocre cinema

    Surveen Chawla has tasted blood with PARCHED, she doesn’t want to settle for something that will not be good enough for her standards. Yes, the girl’s mind is made up and there is no turning back.

  • Muslim, Christian religious heads invited to Narmada Yatra

    BHOPAL : The Narmada is considered a holy river only by the Hindus but the chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, has not only invited Hindu saints and seers but also the religious heads of all religions to join the Narmada Seva Yatra, beginning from Amarkantak from Sunday. Though it is not yet clear which of them will join the Yatra but if people of all religions take part in this event then

  • Dhar man on cycle to Delhi for demonetisation

    Dhar (MP) : A 45-year-old tribal man from Madhya Pradesh has embarked on a 15-day cycle tour to Delhi in support of the Centre’s demonetisation move.

  • No eatables; only 4 pairs of clothes for under-trials

    BHOPAL : New instructions have been issued by the jail administration regarding the things which the under-trials can keep while in judicial custody. Unaware of new instructions the family members of the under-trials voiced strong protest at the Central Jail on Saturday.

  • IMA flays govt move on appointment of Vaids, Hakims in PHCs

    BHOPAL : The Indian Medical Association is not happy with decision of the state government to appoint doctors of other systems of medicine in Primary Health Centres. The Ayurvedic doctors, however, are happy with the decision and say that they also study modern medicine as part of their course. The government will be give three months training in modern medicine to these medical practitioners before posting them.

  • CM brother-in-law serves legal notice on Dr Anand Rai

    BHOPAL : Sanjay Singh, brother-in-law of chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has served a notice on Dr Anand Rai for using abusive language and for defaming him. He has demanded that Dr Rai should apologies for his act or to face legal actions.

  • Unicef , Nat’l Neonatal Forum to observe 2017 as ‘Year of female infant child’

    Indore : “Unicef is taking important steps towards reducing infant mortality rate and has started a campaign ‘Save a child’ under which anganwadi workers are assigned work to make women in rural areas aware about feeding the child immediately after birth,” the experts said.

  • Ali Fazal taking a permanent leap to the West?

    Ali Fazal made headlines across India when the announcement of his lead casting opposite Judi Dench was announced. The actor has been busy past few weeks with prep work for the film in London that is set in the late 1800’s in the Victorian Empire.

  • Saket Square: Traffic signal need of the hour

    Indore : There is no traffic signal at Saket Square, which connects to a number of residential areas. Here jams are very frequent and accidents occur frequently. Though a policeman is deployed here, his presence is quite inadequate.

  • Create stories Chai Pe Gupshup Today

    Indore : Inspiring people with stories of everyday life, DS Events has organised ‘CREATE Stories Chai Pe Gupshup’ where people from all walks of life will talk about their struggle, success, passion and inspiration.

  • WhatsApp brings them together after 40 years

    An alumni meet was organised at Regional Institute of Education here on Saturday by ‘Alumni of Regional College of Education’. Students of batches 1972 to 1979 attended the event. The most interesting thing about the event was that they all met through social media platforms like Facebook and WhatsApp.  It began with Archana Shrivastava, who lives in Nagpur, making a  WhatsApp group of her alumni. After that Bhuvnesh Solanki from MP and

  • ‘Model 77’ get together

    ‘Milan Samaroh’ was organised at Bhopal Haat on Saturday.  On the occasion, alumni of Model Higher Secondary School, who have formed an organisation called ‘Model 77’ were present and shared their experiences. They enjoyed the programme by organising various fun activities including games dance. They celebrated the day by cutting cake. (All pix: FP Photo)