Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Vaishya body to hold tehsil-level meets

    UMARIA: District chairman of Vaishya mahasammelan Mahesh Gupta informed that district work committee meeting held at Singaltola on Sunday. A decision was taken to conduct a tehsil convention soon, in each tehsil. Division in charge Padam Khemka, division chairman Manoj Gupta, division secretary Arvind Bansal, division media in charge Gopal Das Bansal, division office in charge Rajendra Porwal, Umaria district chairman Mahesh Gupta, woman district chairperson Vineeta Bhivania, youth district chairman Ashish

  • To make final Air Force One trip to hometown Chicago

    Washington: Outgoing US President Barack Obama will make a final ride on Air Force One to his hometown of Chicago to deliver a major speech at the end of his successful eight years of presidency, a top American official has said, reports PT. This is also likely to be Obama’s final out of town-travel as the 44th President of the US before he would pass on the baton to Donald Trump at

  • Bhopal: State plane lands at new runway

    Mandsaur: The trial landing of a 10-seater state aeroplane was successfully conducted on the newly constructed airport runway here.

  • Bhopal: Maximum work should be initiated in villages to generate employment

    RATLAM: Post demonetisation, there is a need to initiate maximum work in villages to provide employment under Mahatma Gandhi Rashtriya Gramin Raojgar Guarantee Yojana (MGNREGS), as people, who migrated to the adjoining states for work, have shifted back to their respective villages in search of employment, said Member of Parliament, Kantilal Bhuria while addressing a meeting of Disha Samiti held here on Tuesday.

  • Bhopal: BHEL Ladies Club celebrates ‘couples night’

    BHOPAL: BHEL Ladies Club the other day celebrated “Couples Night” with great zeal and fervour. On this occasion AMV Yugandhar, Executive Director, BHEL, Bhopal was present as the chief guest. All vice-president of different centres run by the club and other members of the club were also present in the programme.

  • Democrats slam Kushner’s appointment as nepotistic

    New York: Hours after US President-elect Donald Trump confirmed that he will appoint his son-in-law Jared Kushner as senior advisor to the president, the Democrats on Tuesday expressed their concern over the incoming White House appointment.

  • Perturbed President invokes Mahamaya

    President Pranab Mukherjee is perturbed and anguished when he is at variance with the views of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on certain issues. Such a mismatch is not new as it has been evidenced since the BJP led NDA government assumed power in May 2014. In the present instance, it is with regard to the November 8 high power demonetisation unleashed by Modi.
    The Head of State believes that in the short to medium term,

  • Bhopal: Campionite qualifies for world rifle shooting championship

    BHOPAL: The Brilliant Riffle Shooter and student of the Campion School, Syed Bakhtawar Husain gave his best performance in 60th National Rifle Shooting Championship 2016 and qualifies for International Rifle Shooting Trails Competition-2017.

  • Bhopal: Kalrav-Bal Mela at IGRMS today

    BHOPAL: Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya and NIWCYD Bachpan, Muskan NGO for children will be organising ‘Kalrav-Bal Mela’ on Thursday. The mela will be inaugurated by mayor Alok Sharma, Prof Sarit Kumar Chaudhari, Director, IGRMS and BMC chairman Surjit Singh Chauhan at 10.30am at Veethi Sankul premises of IGRMS. 300 children of age group 8 to 16 years from various slums of the state capital will participate in this ‘Bal Mela’. In

  • Bhopal: State receives e-governance awards

    BHOPAL: State has received two national e-governance awards gold and silver for the year 2016 and 2017, in a function organised at Visakhapatnam on Tuesday. The awards have been announced by the Government of India.

  • Modi vs the BJP brat brigade

    Ahead of the political dangal in five states, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has asked the BJP to avoid nepotism in ticket distribution. In batting for meritocracy over dynasty, he is up against the deeply entrenched tradition of hereditary politicians. The tribal tendency to promote relatives ensures that the family will continue to wield political power even after the patriarch is long gone.
    The phenomenon is by no means unique to India. Japan, for instance, has

  • US hits Russia with new sanctions

    Washington: The United States blacklisted five Russians, including Russia’s chief public investigator who is a close aide to President Vladimir Putin, for human rights abuses, reported IANS.

  • Bhopal: Mesco Aleef holds motivational workshop

    BHOPAL: A two-day motivational workshop for creating awareness towards education amongst children and their parents belonging to the have-nots of the Indian society was organised recently in the city. The participants took part in the workshop most enthusiastically with a resolve to improve their lot by giving education the top most priority in their lives and thereby adore themselves with this precious jewel.  The workshop was organised in Kanchan School in Sanjay

  • Maya’s kin queers the pitch for BSP

    The record of central enforcement agencies — the CBI and the Enforcement Directorate in regard to unearthing black money and unmasking benami property deals of the high and mighty has been, to say the least, inglorious and far too infrequent considering the scale of violations involved. They typically let the big fish off the hook or where they do get the better of them in many cases they succumb to political or other pressures

  • Bhopal: Interest in Khadi up, sales down

    BHOPAL: To promote Khadi, a eleven-day-long-exhibition-cum sale ‘Rashtriye Khadi Utsav 2017’ is underway at Bhopal Haat. It has been organised by MP Khadi and Gramudhyog Board. It began from January 6 and artisans from 10 states have showcased khadi, cotton, and woollen stuffs  in the exhibition including jackets, kurtas, pyjamas, kurtis, suit, stoles, towels, running material et al. Khadi silk sari  in various prints and designs are also on display, which are

  • Hollywood lauds Streep

    Los Angeles: Hollywood celebrities like George Clooney, Robert DeNiro, Barbra Streis and among others have blasted Donald Trump for mocking Meryl Streep as “overrated” while praising the veteran actress for taking a stand against President-elect in her Golden Globes speech, reports PTI.