Free Press Journal
  • Christmas treats for Yuvraj Singh fans and cancer patients

    Indore : Bringing a treat for fans of cricketer Yuvraj Singh and helping out cancer patients with funds collected, an NGO My Sanika has organised a fundraising exhibition ‘Funday with Sanika’ on the occasion of Christmas at Abhay Prashal.

  • One crore deposited in 12 new accounts of Mahanagar Bank

    BHOPAL : The raids of Income tax department at the residence and business establishments of Sushil Vaswani, founder chairman of Mahanagar Bank, continued on fifth day. It is found that 100 bank accounts were opened in a period of five days in Mahanagar Bank after demonetisation. The I-T officials on Friday found 12 bank accounts in which one crore or more money was deposited. Gold weighing 600 grams was also recovered from

  • City set to top body donation chart in country

    Indore : With rising awareness about organ donation and creating history in preparing green corridors for 14 times in a year, the city is all set to top in the chart of body donation in the country.

  • Darkness reigns at the foot of the lighthouse

    BHOPAL : Ironical, though it may seem the Fatehgarh Market, located at the backyard of Sadar Manzil, which was the headquarters of the BMC for ages, lacks even the basic civic amenities. As a Japanese proverb goes, “Darkness reigns at the foot of the lighthouse.

  • Xmas at Sharda Vihar

    BHOPAL: To ring out the old and ring in the new and to herald the arrival of messiah of the masses, Jesus Christ, the children of Sharda Vidya Mandir celebrated Xmas and the New Year. The children took part in fireless cooking activity. They were excited to learn making sandwiches, bhel-puri and sprouts salad. A movie based on the life of Jesus Christ was shown to the children.


    Sanmati Higher Secondary School recently organised a grand annual cultural meet on its school premises. The two-day extravaganza concluded on Friday with performances like dance, singing, drama and others presented beautifully by students. Principal Pinki Joshi lauded staff members, organising committee and students for putting in efforts to make the event successful. Photos by-Pintu Namdev

  • Bandra rises to honour ‘melody king’ Mohd Rafi

    Mumbai: Two new landmarks were named after Bollywood’s legendary singer Mohammed Rafi on Saturday, which marked his 92nd birth anniversary. The new landmarks were inaugurated in Bandra’s Pali Hill area, where the singer resided. Moreover, a function was also organised at Rang Sharda Hall Bandra for the fans of Rafi sahib.


    Columbia Convent students bagged gold medals in national Taekwondo championship held at Varanasi recently. FP PHOTO.

  • Players of State Water Sports Academy excel

    BHOPAL: The players of MP State Water Sports Academy won nine medals in the junior national sailing championship played at Chennai.

  • Good Governance Day celebrated to mark Vajpayee’s b-day

    Ujjain : Good Governance Day was celebrated on Saturday ahead of the birthday of former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee, which falls on December 25. The day was celebrated in the entire district by various departments of the administration.

  • Walk The Talk On Funding Of Party: Anna Hazare Tells Arvind Kejriwal

    New Delhi : Questioning Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for removing the list of donors from the AAP website since June this year, social activist Anna Hazare asked him what differentiates the AAP now from other political parties.