Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Determination prevails over destiny

    BHOPAL: A drama titled ‘Kalaya Tasmey Namah’ was staged at Tribal Museum here on Friday, as part of series of dramas organised under the aegis of directorate of culture.

  • Bhopal: Kolkata Museology students at IGRMS

    BHOPAL: Students of Department of Museology, Calcutta University, Kolkata are staying at Manav Sangrahalaya as part of their field research work. Fifteen students of Museology carried out research on Manav Sangrahalaya, other museums of Bhopal and heritage sites.

  • Mumbai: Workers demand minimum wages and permanent jobs

    Mumbai : All India Student Federation (AISF) leader Kanhaiya Kumar, was brought to Mumbai by the New Trade Union Initiative (NTUI) to speak on the state government’s failure in implementing the Minimum Wages Act in Maharashtra on Friday.

  • Indore: Casual approach of DAVV leads to Rs 8 cr grant loss

    Indore: Causing an irreparable loss to its expansion plan, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) failed to utilise a major portion of Rs 13.5 crore grant sanctioned by the University Grants Commission (UGC) in 2012 under XII five-year development plan.

  • Indore: Bird documentation workshop on January 22

    Indore: The Nature Volunteers (TNV), an environmental NGO, has organised one-day workshop on bird monitoring and documentation at Sirpur Lake and Basketball Stadium from 8 am to 10 am on January 22. Programme coordinator representing Bird Count India Ramit Singal shared, “The idea is to help understand and conserve our birdlife.”

  • Indore: Three held with stolen scooters

    Indore: Police have arrested three persons in connection with two-wheeler thefts and recovered six stolen two-wheelers from them.

  • Mumbai: Shiv Sena sharpens attack on Centre, says ‘worst in 10,000 years’

    Mumbai : In a stinging attack on the NDA Government over demonetisation, key ally Shiv Sena today described it as the “worst regime in 10,000 years” and said the BJP leaders are living in fool’s paradise to think that the exercise would eradicate black money after putting even women to great difficulty.  Referring to the report of a woman removing her top clothes in angst in front of the RBI regional office in Delhi

  • Indore: World’s top solar cooking experts to visit city

    Indore: World’s top solar cooking experts, including Solar Cookers International (SCI) executive director Julie Greene and Prof Celestino Rodrigues Ruivo, will be visiting the city this month.

  • Indore: Bhuri Tekri residents, IMC come face-to-face

    Indore: Residents of Bhuri Tekri and Indore Municipal Corporation on Friday came face to face when the latter proposed demolishing their shanties so that multi-storey buildings could be constructed there for them.

  • Indore: From July, DAVV students to get computerised degree

    Indore: Come July, students of the DAVV would start getting computerised degree. Vice-chancellor Dr Narendra Dhakad said that they are doing away with the old system of issuing hand-written degrees.

  • India plans fresh bid at UN against Masood Azhar

    New Delhi : After a Chinese snub, India is likely to go back to the UN to have Pakistan-based terrorist Masood Azhar — the alleged mastermind of the Pathankot terror attack — declared as an international terrorist.

  • SC accepts apology from Katju, closes his contempt case

    New Delhi : Former Supreme Court judge Markandey Katju tendered unconditional apology for contemptuous remarks in his blog to the apex court which was accepted by it and the contempt proceedings closed.

  • Indore: Students should be taught democracy, leadership

    Indore: Principals and representatives of Round Square Schools participated in the annual regional meet (ARM) of Round Square Schools for South Asia and Gulf region, at Emerald Heights International School on Friday.

  • Supply of faulty tabs to schools: Bombay HC wants a list

    Mumbai : The Bombay High Court has directed the BMC to furnish a list of schools which have received tabs from the civic body. The reason behind this direction is that the HC wants to know that if these tabs have brought any improvement in the condition of students for gaining knowledge, as the civic body has spent a total of Rs 50 crore to procure 15,000 tabs.

  • Woman alleges baby dumped in garbage

    Lucknow : A woman has alleged that she gave birth to twins but was handed over only one baby by Safdarjung Hospital staff while the second one was “dumped in garbage”, a charge denied by the authorities.