Free Press Journal
  • Maharashtra government push for online RTE admissions

    Mumbai: The Maharashtra government is pushing hard to convert the entire process of submission of applications and admission of the students to different schools under the Right To Education (RTE) quota online.

  • Bombay High Court pulls up MLA for faulty PIL

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Tuesday pulled up a sitting Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA) for not following the legal process of filing a Public Interest Litigation (PIL). The PIL was filed by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Sanjay kelkar.

  • Bhopal: Tulsi Nagar residents say park in their area is like cattle shed

    BHOPAL: A park should looks like a park but due to non-maintenance, most look worst than a deserted ground. Accountability and responsibility lie on Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) to maintain the park as it make budgetary allocation. But it is highly disgusting that parks are being ruined due to consistent negligence and well-developed park have become a den of anti social elements.

  • By March 2019, public sector banks need equity worth `1.7 lakh crore: Assocham-Crisil

    New Delhi: The public sector banks (PSBs) will by March 2019 need equity worth Rs 1.7 lakh crore, which can turn out to be higher on an increased credit growth, a recent Assocham-Crisil joint study has revealed. “The public sector banks need equity of Rs 1.7 lakh crore by March 2019, which is a tall order considering that banks have so far contributed to nearly half of the debt funding needed in

  • Bhopal: Communal virus spreads to new parts of state; police take notice

    BHOPAL: The state police have identified new communal hot spots in the state and are bracing to deal with the situation arising out of the communal riots being reported from otherwise peaceful regions of the state. The western parts of the state are prone to communal violence for long, especially Indore, Ujjain, Dhar, Dewas and Burhanpur districts.

  • Mumbai: Biker killed in road mishap

    Mumbai: A biker was killed and a person riding pillion injured when their bike collided with a truck at Sewree area, police said .

  • Bhopal: Jail department to have its own ‘Hariram Nais’

    BHOPAL: The jail department has decided to have its own rank of spies who will give information directly to the state headquarters. The training programme has been launched by the jail department to prevent Khandwa and Bhopal jailbreak incidents.

  • Bhopal: Labourer immolates self, dies

    BHOPAL: A man committed suicide by setting himself ablaze at his residence in B-Sector under Piplani police station area.

  • Bhopal: 7.5 lakh youths will be made skilled in a year says Deepak Joshi

    BHOPAL: Minister of Sate for technical education and skill development (independent charge), school and labour, Deepak Joshi adressing a workshop on ‘Security and Domestic Workers’, said, 7.50 lakh youths will be made skilled in one year. This will include one lakh security guards and 50 thousand domestic workers.

  • Bhopal: Bina-Guna passenger train cancelled

    BHOPAL: The railway administration has decided to cancel the running of train number 51609/51610 Bina-Guna-Bina passenger on Wednesday. These trains have been cancelled on account of construction of limited height sub-way on level crossing gate number 13 on Kanjia-Mungawali section under Bhopal division.

  • Bhopal: SC verdict on banning use of religion for votes welcomed

    BHOPAL: Hailing the Supreme Court decision on totally prohibiting use of religion, caste and language in election campaigns for garnering votes, speakers at a seminar organised here by the Rashtriya Secular Manch and Communist Party of India stressed the need for structural change in the electoral process.

  • Bhopal: Come forward to take advantage of government schemes

    GWALIOR: Youth should come forward to take advantage of public welfare schemes; it was said by joint director, of divisional public relation office, DD Shakyawar on Monday on the occasion of closing ceremony of the training programme as he came in the five days programme of youth leadership and community development training programme in village Mhow. The programme was organised under the aegis of Nehru youth centre under the ministry of youth

  • Bhopal: Police to launch Samarth Sangini Yojana in all districts

    BHOPAL: ‘Samarth Sangini Yojana’, will now be implemented in all districts across the state. Director general of police (DGP) Rishi Shukla has instructed all superintendents of police (SPs) in this regard.

  • Bhopal: Divyang go picnicking to Jhoteshwar

    NARSINGHPUR: With the support of BJP senior leader Niraj Maharaj, Ajay Sahoo and Nilkamal Jain, the students of deaf and dumb hostel were sent to Jhoteshwar for picnic, as this place has a religious and historical importance.

  • Bhopal: Special show of ‘Dangal’ for students

    ASHTA: A special show of Dangal was organised in Anshay talkies for girl students of Talent Innovative HS School. Principal Sudip Jaiswal arranged this show, 6th to 12th students and staff enjoyed the show. The school also started the facility of training for wrestling and for judo karate. National champion and coach Mohan Pahalwan Kothari and coach Naresh Verma will be given their services for the training.

  • UK Opposition leader calls for ‘fresh’ Operation Blue Star probe

    London: UK’s Opposition Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn has written to British Prime Minister Theresa May calling for a “fresh, independent investigation” into Britain’s alleged involvement in the “appalling” Operation Blue Star in 1984.