Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: ‘Aphrodisiacs’ most sought after in Van Mela

    BHOPAL: The natural aphrodisiacs to c and herbal medicines to treat infertility have flooded International Van Mela which was inaugurated at Lal Parade Ground in the city on Tuesday.

  • Bhopal: Hamidia Hospital’s junior doctors calls off strike

    BHOPAL: The Hamidia Hospital faced serious problems when both junior doctors and nurses went on strike on Tuesday. Protesting for different reasons both junior doctors and nurses abstained from work because of which patients had to suffer. The junior doctors, however, called off their strike but the nurses would continue their protest.

  • Bhopal: Temples told to inform I-T about old notes

    BHOPAL: Department of Religious Trusts and Endowments of the state government has directed that information about receiving old notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 as donation or offerings in temples should be brought into the knowledge of income tax department. Strict monitoring should be done of the money received through donation and offerings.

  • Bhopal: Be cautious on social networking sites

    BHOPAL: A seminar on cyber security, under the joint aegis of Radharaman Group of Institutions and Madhya Pradesh Cyber Police, was organised on Tuesday. Assistant inspector general of police Nishchal N Jharia and cyber security expert Shobhit Chaturvedi gave useful tips to the students regarding online safety. Jharia in his address threw light on cyber crimes while Chaturvedi elaborated on cyber security, IT infrastructure and career options. Jharia said in cyber crime,

  • Mumbai: Onion prices nosedive due to surplus supply

    Mumbai: Onion rates have nosedived since the past month following surplus and better quality crop in other states. Previously, Nashik in Maharashtra had a monopoly over this tuber crop. In Lasalgaon, Agriculture Produce Market Committee (APMC), the biggest onion market in the world,  rates for the red variety of onion on Tuesday were average Rs 679 per quintal compared to the average rate of Rs 1200 per quintal on 30 November.

  • Bhopal: Once a stone-former, always a stone-former says Urologist

    BHOPAL: Kidney stones are one of the most common problem people face these days and being a disease of urine system it is caused mainly either due to lack of water or excess calcium in the body. Urologist Dr Azam Nawaz talking about the latest technology in treatment of stones said that stones up to 10 mm do not necessarily need surgery. Surgeries depend on the size and position of the stone.

  • Bhopal: Ram, Sita in Gond paintings

    BHOPAL: Well-known educationist Professor Roma Chatterjee, speaking on her research work on the paintings of Pradhan, a sub-tribe of the Gond Tribe of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, at the IGRMS here on Tuesday said that the paintings depict many incidents of oral renditions of the Ramayana.

  • Bhopal: 40 NSUI activists held for demonstration at Pavaiya’s house

    BHOPAL: The members of National Student’s Union of India gheroed the residence of the higher education minister on Tuesday to protest the proposed four-day ABVP convention in Indore from December 24 to 27.  The police arrested 40 activists from the minister’s bungalow.

  • Mumbai: More recruiters, but comparably lesser offers at IIT-B campus

    Mumbai: The phase one of placements at the Indian Institute of Technology – Bombay came to a close on December 18. While the number of companies that came for placements had seen a marginal rise, the number of offers made went down when compared to last year.

  • Bhopal: No compromise with the quality of houses

    HOSHANGABAD: Joint secretary of rural development department of government of India Prashant Kumar visit the district and saw the implementation of PM housing scheme on Sunday and did the discussion with the officers and also talked to the beneficiaries of PM housing scheme.

  • Bhopal: BJP MLA Girish Gautam starts cycle yatra

    REWA: Ten days cycle yatra has been started in the leadership of Devtalab MLA, Girish Gautam to make the people aware about the welfare schemes of the government. More than 1000 youths were participated in this journey; during the journey the eligible beneficiaries who are not getting the benefits of the schemes are also getting aware about the plans of the government.

  • Bhopal: 66 applications in public hearing

    NARSINGHPUR: Collector Dr RR Bhonsle heard the people’s problems very seriously and resolved them in public hearing which was held at collectorate, he gave the instructions through video conferencing, to tehsildar, janpad CEO and other officials for solving the problems immediately which were come from their regions, total 66 applications came. Collector had given the instructions to the concerned officers for solving them in particular time period.

  • Bhopal: Control tuberculosis tells Dr Dipak Bharti

    HOSHANGABAD: In Govt. Home science PG college, on the sixth day of training programme on the subject “Recent molecular biology techniques” Dr Dipak Bharti IISER gave the lecture on Tuberculosis and said “we have controlled this disease due to biotechnology and from continuous research in the field of medicines, but TB bacteria are present in 40 percent of population and this bacteria has also increased its power on different antibiotics, it affect

  • Bhopal: Satyendra Singh is chairman of Gurusingh Sabha

    SAGAR: The election of Gurusingh sabha was concluded in Gurudwara trust situated at Bhagwanganj on Monday. The newly chairman Satyendra Singh Hora did the announcement of thirteen member team in Gurusingh sabha. Chairman Satyendra Singh Hora, senior vice chairman Manjitsingh Chavda , junior vice chairman Charanjitsingh Bhatia, additional vice chairman Harcharansingh Naiyyar, general secretary Sarabjeet Singh Suri, secretary Kuljeet Kaur Alubaliya, store keeper Amarjeet Singh Ajmani, cashier Kuldip Singh Bhatia and member