Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Cycle distribution programme at Mehatwada school

    ASHTA: Cycle distribution programme organised at Govt HS School, of Mehatwada. MLA Ranjeet Singh Gudwan said that the objective of the government is to provide the benefits of the public welfare schemes to the people.

  • Bhopal: Annual meeting of Reporters Association held

    Khetia: Reporters Association conducted its annual meeting in the town on Wednesday to elect its new board of members along with laying framework of the next session.

  • Bhopal: Truck hits bike, three killed

    Dharampuri: A truck hit a bike here on Manawar Road, killing two of the riders on the spot, while the third victim died at a hospital during treatment.

  • Bhopal: ‘Gulam’ is not influenced by ‘Dangal’, ‘Sultan’

    BHOPAL: To promote their show, two lead protagonists of Life OK’s upcoming show ‘Gulam’, Vikas Manaktala and Niti Taylor were in the city of lakes on Wednesday.  The show would air on January 16 from Monday-Friday at 9:00 pm.

  • Bhopal: Khan to represent state in national skating championship

    BHOPAL: Meenal Khan, a skating player undergoing training at TT Nagar Stadium, has been selected to represent state in the national skating championship to be held at Bengaluru. Meenal won gold medals in 100 metre sprint roll race, 500 metre ring race and 1000 metre ring race in the 54th state-level skating championship held at Indore.

  • Mumbai: Court asked cops to decide on complaint against Nitesh Rane in a week

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Wednesday directed the Bandra police to decide on the complaint it had received from a 40-year-old businessman, against Congress leader Nitesh Rane, within a week. The businessman has accused Rane for threatening him to leave his office premises in Bandra through his supporters.

  • Bhopal: Birthday of social worker Nanak Chandnani celebrated

    BHOPAL: In a programme, the birthday of social worker Nanak Chandnani was celebrated at Jhulelal Temple, Sant Hirdaram Nagar on Wednesday. Chandnani was welcomed in a traditional way on the occasion. He was welcomed by ‘101 Shriphals’. Rajesh Damani, PC Sharma, Kailash Mishra, Govind Goyal, Ashok Jain, Ashok Maran, Guddu Chouhan and Govindram Kewlani were prominently present in the programme.

  • Learn to play an instrument to react faster in golden years

    Washington: Do you want to be remain mentally active and respond early in old age? A new study finds that learning how a musical instrument plays early in life may help you react faster and stay alert in golden years of your life, reports ANI.

  • Bhopal: State throw-ball team clinches silver medal in national championship

    BHOPAL: The players of the state team which stood runners-up in the national throw-ball competition in New Delhi were welcomed in a programme here on Wednesday. Kamal Kushwaha (captain), Mithun Verma and Chandrakant Harde met district sports officer, Jose Chaco. Rajesh Khatik, corporator, Shankar Makoria, corporator, Raju Aneja, Kamlesh Malviya and others have congratulated the players.

  • Bhopal: Anand Institute of Social Work students in city

    BHOPAL: As part of the student exchange programme with Department of Social Work, the Social Work and Human Resource Management students of Anand Institute of Social Work, Gujarat visited the Bhopal School of Social Sciences (BSSS). The programme was from January 6 to 11. While interacting with the students the Principal of BSSS Fr. Dr. John P.J emphasised the need of Social Work intervention in today’s scenario. He mentioned that student exchange

  • Blood pressure rising globally including in India: Report

    New York: The rate of elevated systolic blood pressure (SBP) has increased substantially across the globe between 1990 and 2015, researchers report, warning that the situation has put more people at an increased heart attack and stroke risk including in India, reports IANS.

  • Treehouse Nursery reopens centres across Mumbai

    Mumbai : The Treehouse Nursery controversy has finally ended which is a huge relief to the parents of toddlers whose future remained uncertain. Now, all the centres of Treehouse Nursery in Mumbai reopened on Wednesday. Nearly a month after the closure of 70 centres, the staff and teachers are now confident that their schools will function as usual.

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    Deepika Padukone, Vin Diesel lands in Mumbai gets Maharashtrian welcome

    Deepika Padukone and Vin Diesel have already wrapped their schedule for their upcoming Hollywood movie xXx: The Return of Xander Cage. It appears that Mr Diesel can’t get enough of India and so has followed the actress in Mumbai.