Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Two portals of MP selected for gold, silver awards

    BHOPAL: Two portals run by the state government, namely Online Social Security Scheme Management System (OSSSMS) and Madhya Pradesh Shram Seva portals have been selected for e-governance national awards in gold and silver categories respectively for the year 2016-17. The awards will be given on January 10.

  • Bhopal: Hindi play ‘Savitri’ will be staged at Shaheed Bhawan today

    BHOPAL: A Hindi play ‘ Savitri’, based on the personality and work of social activist Savitri Bai Phoole will be staged on Monday at Shaheed Bhavan from 7pm onwards. Scripted by Devesh Sharma and directed by K.G. Trivedi, the play will be presented by 35 artists of city-based theatre group ‘Trikarshi’. The music of the play has been composed by Anil Ansare.

  • Bhopal: National Workshop on data mining and data warehousing concludes

    BHOPAL: A two-day national workshop on “Data Warehousing & Data Mining” concluded at BSSS College on Saturday. It was organised by the Department of Computer Applications, BSSS and sponsored by University Grant Commission (UGC).

  • Bhopal: District planning meeting concludes

    MORENA: Urban administration and development minister and minister in charge of the district Maya Singh said that the construction agency must focus on the quality of material, poor quality would not be tolerated, and she also determined the date line of the constructional work which costs are above fifty lakhs, the work should be completed by the end of March.

  • Bhopal: Union govt gives nod to mega food park in Mandsaur dist

    BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh has attained an important achievement which will support the aim for doubling the income of the farmers. The Union government has given approval to establish a mega food park in Daloda Tahsil of Mandsaur district of the state.

  • Bhopal: TT Nagar police nab robbers

    BHOPAL: The TT Nagar police arrested a habitual offender involved in 15 cases of robberies and thefts and recovered Rs 6800, one mobile phone, and an ATM card from his possession.

  • Bhopal: 41st Public Lecture discusses demonetisation and its effects

    BHOPAL: A discussion on ‘Demonetisation: prospects and consequences’ was held at Swami Vivekanand Library on Sunday. It was a part of monthly series programme 41st Public Lecture. The chief speaker of the programme was former CEO Indore Paraspar Sahkari Bank, Sanjeev Bhaskar Date. Addressing the programme, Date said “The conditions of the country in the month of November left no option before the government except demonetisation. The people who work in banks

  • Bhopal: CM should focus more on backward regions

    Raipuria: “To walk on the path of progress, man has to inculcate three things in him—labour, concentration and ethics. These will help a human being achieve success,” said Swami Pranavanand during a religious gathering after bringing the Jhabua awareness march to Raipuria. He also said that Hindu community should be aware of its culture and spread awareness to other people.

  • Bhopal: Impaired vision no hurdle in Blind Challenge Car Rally

    To generate awareness among the masses on the issues concerning people with visual impairment, 11th Blind Challenge Car Rally 2017 was organised on Sunday. For the last ten years, Arushi has been organising the rally in association with MCX. Chief secretary BP Singh, chairman of RERA, and former CS Antony De Sa flagged off the rally from DB city Mall. The rally, with fun and adventure, moved through clear roads of MP

  • Bhopal: Women of zeal and vigour celebrate New Year and Makar Sankranti

    To mark its first anniversary, Brahmin Mahila Manch celebrated New Year and pre-Makar Sankranti celebration on Saturday with full excitement at Hotel Sayaji. On the occasion, all the members of the Manch, clad in theme-based attire which was sari of royal blue colour. They walked the ramp setting the stage on fire. They welcomed the New Year with style and beauty. Besides fashion show, some fun activities and prize distribution was also

  • Indore: MPPSC receives 40,500 applications for SET

    Indore: Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) has received about 40,500 applications for State Eligibility Test (SET), which makes government job aspirants eligible for assistant professor’s post in the state.

  • Indore: Three held for thefts in Sarthak Complex

    Indore: Central Kotwali police arrested three persons in connection with thefts that occurred in shops located in Sarthak Complex, Maharani Road on January 5.

  • Indore: Chhanakya teaching ‘Kill your fear to win game’

    Indore: Where there is an attempt to innovation, there is fear. This brings us to Chhanakya’s another saying “Always dominate your fear to win the game. When you see fear, kill it. Even if a snake is not poisonous, it should pretend to be venomous.” This gradually makes you what you are supposed be. Courage and knowledge are the most essential factors in any risk taking venture which can take one to

  • Indore: GMPE, a gift of IIM-I to executives of Malwa says Prof Bhatta

    Indore: At the inaugural ceremony of the second batch of ‘General Management Programme for Executives’ (GMPE), Indian Institute of Management Indore’s management development programme (MDP) chairman NMK Bhatta said that GMPE is a gift of IIM Indore for working executives of the Malwa region.

  • What to expect as the Donald Trump era Begins

    What is however clear is that the Trump era will be different from all the previous administrations, even the Republican ones.  One of the earliest indications of this was his taking the congratulatory call from the President of Taiwan. It was not just an accidental event, but one that was apparently well planned. This has no precedent. America has followed a “One China” policy and hence officially deals with Beijing, even though there are

  • Indore: CAT-16 result to be announced this week

    Indore: Common admission test (CAT)-2016, a gateway to 20 IIMs and more than 100 non-IIM institutes that accept CAT scores for admissions, would be announced anytime soon. The CAT-2016 notification had mentioned that the results would be out in the second week of January 2017.

  • Demonetisation flops: What next?

    Modi is confronted by a lacklustre opposition that cannot even derive political advantage from the monumental note ban failure. It is for this reason that the polls in different parts of the country show that the BJP’s fortunes have not been impacted by the demonetisation woes.