Free Press Journal
  • Sahara Diary: Rahul dares PM Modi to face probe

    New Delhi: Reacting to granting of immunity from prosecution to Sahara India, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to face a probe if his conscience is clear.

  • shirish-kunder and Farah Khan

    Shirish Kunder totally owned his trolls on Twitter with this tweet

    Being a celebrity isn’t easy. And being trolled is a part of their life. Most of the time, they pay no heed to people warmly called ‘trolls’ but there are times when they decide to give them the taste of their own medicine that too in a humble way. And the recent example is of Bollywood filmmaker and director Shirish Kunder.

  • Ten Indian fishermen apprehended by Sri Lankan Navy

    Neduntheevu (Sri Lanka) :As many as ten Indian fishermen were apprehended near Neduntheevu in Palk Strait along with two boats by the Sri Lankan Navy.

  • Bhopal: Government to teach college students how to remain happy

    BHOPAL: The ways to remain happy will be taught to the college students in the state. The department of happiness has started making preparations in this regard and has initiated discussions with the higher education department.

  • Bhopal: Flying to Delhi may set you back by Rs 15,000

    BHOPAL: If you book your air ticket from Bhopal to Delhi or Mumbai on the same day or a day or two before the flight, it may cost you upwards of Rs 10,000 – in some cases even Rs 15,000.

  • Bhopal: Chief Minister proposes, commissioner disposes

    BHOPAL: ICDS commissioner Pushplata Singh has sent a proposal to the principal secretary woman and child development JN Kansotia, ignoring chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s wish to overhaul the system of supply of nutritious food for children across the state. Chouhan had clearly stated in a meeting that current arrangements related to supply of nutritious food will be changed.

  • Bhopal: No new private engineering college in state from next year

    BHOPAL: From the next session, no new private engineering college will be opened in the state and the Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya (RGPV) will go online so that the students will not have to come to the university for petty work, informed minister of state for technical education Deepak Joshi while speaking in the discussion ‘Technical Education towards Quality’ on Wednesday.

  • Bhopal: Cycle path and bike sharing – Health benefits of bicycling charm people

    BHOPAL: The state capital and its citizens have an amazing sense when it comes to welcome a new initiative and accept it wholeheartedly. When The Free Press Journal talked to people about the cycle path developed on Hoshangabad Road for soon to be launched bike sharing scheme, they said that the idea is worth trying and something is better than nothing.

  • Varonica turning ladies into divas with her magic stroked

    When we talked about the runway of Fashion Week and a bride who is ready for her new life it is renowned for its glitz, glamour and, of course, gorgeous clothes. But behind-the-scenes it’s a different matter altogether.

  • Bhopal: Mobile app for filing FIRs awaits launch by Chouhan

    BHOPAL: A mobile app for filing FIRs online is ready for the past two months but it is not being launched. Reason: the police brass wants the chief minister to dedicate it to the public.

  • Bhopal: Government to start buying tur dal from farmers on MSP soon

    BHOPAL: The state government has written to the centre seeking permission to start procurement of tur pulse on minimum support price from farmers from January 15. The government has taken the initiative to safeguard interest of the farmers who are facing crisis because of sharp fall in prices of tur pulse.

  • Bhopal: Man sentenced to life in jail for raping 3-year-old

    BHOPAL: The Khandwa court on Wednesday sentenced life imprisonment to a 30-year-old man after he was convicted of raping a three-year-old girl. The convict would have to remain behind the bars for his entire life and his body will be handed to the family after his death.