Free Press Journal
  • IAS officers set food stalls, play games in service meet

    BHOPAL: There was fun and frolic in the air during IAS officers service meet at Arera Club here on Saturday. The IAS officers were in light mood. Some had set food stalls selling salad and eatables while some made delicious foods.

  • PRTS, Indore awarded as best training school

    BHOPAL : The Union home minister on Saturday awarded the state Police Radio Training School (PRTS), Indore as the best training school of the nation. The Union Home Ministry has launched the programme to facilitated the best training institutes every year, from the current year.

  • Missing youths found dead

    BHOPAL : Two youths, who had gone missing from Chola Mandir area a week ago, were found dead in a pond near Union Carbide on Saturday.

  • CBI raids BSNL GM’s houses in Bhopal, Jalandhar

    BHOPAL : A team of the CBI, on Saturday, raided the house of CL Yadav, a BSNL officer, who was posted as general manager in Bhopal two years back. The raids were conducted in connection with an alleged scam in the implementation of a scheme under Digital India Programme for providing Internet connectivity in rural areas of the state.

  • Reforms Claim Sharad Pawar Wicket

    Maratha strongman quits as MCA chief adhering to the age-cap of 70 years prescribed by Lodha panel. “The Supreme Court has taken a decision that officials above 70 years of age should not remain in cricket bodies. That is why I am resigning from the position of MCA president”.

  • Railway manager in CBI net for graft

    New Delhi : CBI has booked an Assistant Commercial Manager of Railways posted at Mumbai’s Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus for allegedly exchanging demonetised currency having face value of Rs 8.22 lakh with newly introduced Rs 2,000 notes.

  • Unable to withdraw money, Mandsaur farmer tries to end life at bank

    Mandsaur: A 45-year-old farmer tried to commit suicide by consuming pesticide at a bank in Narayanpur near here on Saturday after failing to withdraw money, as a cheque deposited by him had not been credited to his account.  A bank official said the number of cheques being received for clearance has increased four-fold of late. “Radhashyam Prajapat, who tried to commit suicide, has been admitted to the district hospital. He is out

  • Lot of scope in Biotechnology for employment

    HOSHANGABAD : Seven days workshop and training programme was started on the subject “Recent molecular biology techniques” in Govt. Homescience PG college. The chief guest of the inauguration session was assembly speaker Dr Sitasharan Sharma, Dr TR Thapak, chairman, Admission and Fee Regulatory Committee Bhopal chaired the programme. The subject specialists were Dr Dipak Bharti and Dr Ravi Upadhyay. Dr Kamini Jain told that the objective of the programme is to rouse

  • Balrang at IGRMS from tomorrow

    BHOPAL : A three-day national level ‘Balrang’ programme will be organised at Indira Gandhi Manav Sangrahalaya in the city from December 19. The programme is being organised under the joint aegis of school education department and IGRMS.

  • SC allows Christmas and New Year celebrations at Shivaji Park gymkhana

    Mumbai : In a surprising move, the Supreme Court has allowed two celebrations of Christmas and New Year on Shivaji Park ground. Declared as a Silent Zoe by the Bombay High Court, the residents have time and again protested the fluting of decibel levels and the government’s policy to allow political rallies on this playground.

  • Smart phone distribution last date is 30 December

    HOSHANGABAD : Dr Kamini Jain, principal Govt. Homescience college said those students who do not receive the smart phone, they can contact their concerned college with eligibility coupon and ID proof and can get the smart phone from particular place.


    mesmerising cultural extravaganza marked grand annual day function of Shri Cloth Market Kanya Vidyalaya (SCMKV).  ASP crime branch Vinay Prakash Paul was the chief guest while ASP (crime against women) Prachi Dwivedi was guest of honour.  Celebrations began with prayers to the Almighty through a Saraswati Vandana. Little ones presented a cultural and informative bonanza through dance, skit and musical presentations. Bhai-Behen’, a stage play was the major attraction of the day. Spectacular performances by

  • Sappu Khan’s violin recital today

    indore: Akashwani  Indore will broadcast the violin  recital of Sappu Khan  in the akhil bhartiya raviveriya sangeet sabha programme on December 18  between 9.30 to 11 pm.  The programme can be listening on medium wave 462.96 meter. At present Sappu Khan is being serving as violin recital in Indore akshwani.