Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: State seeks two ITBP companies for securing jails

    BHOPAL: The Madhya Pradesh government has sought the two companies of ITBP for security of jails. After the SIMI jailbreak incident the jail department is taking several measures to protect the jails.

  • Bhopal: Ragging complaint on UGS website found fake

    BHOPAL: A complaint filed on the UGC anti-ragging website by an unidentified student of Veena Vadini Ayurvedic Medical College, Bhopal was found fake by the police and the college anti-ragging committee on enquiry.

  • Bhopal: Ministers, teachers tell stories to school kids

    BHOPAL: Minister for school education Kunwar Vijay Shah, during a district-level ‘Kahani Utsav’ at Govt. Kamla Nehru Girls School here on Friday, said that storytelling has always been effective in bringing creative changes in children. Shah urged teachers to make maximum use of storytelling method for the personality development of children.

  • Mumbai: Missing street light at JB Nagar Andheri scares schoolkids

    Mumbai : The residents of J B Nagar in Andheri (east) have been braving travelling to the Metro station in the dark on a daily basis for over a month. The street lights on the road have stopped working during early mornings which has impacted the school children the most who have to walk on this 200 metre road every day. They say they feel scared as the road is pitch dark from 5am

  • Bhopal: Chief Minister to launch ‘Anandam’ today

    BHOPAL: A programme titled ‘Anandam’ will be organised in all districts across the state on Saturday. It will be organised at TT Stadium in the state capital. Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will be the chief guest.

  • Bhopal: Four held with 20 stolen vehicles

    BHOPAL: Ashoka Garden police have arrested four vehicle lifters and recovered 20 two wheelers worth Rs 12 lakh from them. They used to target crowded markets in the state capital and after stealing vehicles, they used to sell in rural areas. Those who have been arrested include Papulal,45, Vidisha, Tulsiram Kewat,35, Vidisha, Munnalal Pal of Vidisha, and Kamlesh Pal of Sanch, Raisen. As per SP Sidharth Bahuguna, Ashoka Garden police had intercepted

  • Bhopal: RSS publicity chief at Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University

    BHOPAL: A lecture on the “Concept of India” by RSS Prachar Pramukh Dr Manmohan Vaidya was organised at Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and Communication here on Friday. The session was organised as part of University’s silver jubilee celebrations. University’s vice chancellor Brij Kishore Kuthiyala presided over the session.

  • Bhopal: Politics back in SATI which is chaired by Jyotiraditya Scindia

    VIDISHA: SATI, A famous engineering college of VIDISHA which was founded by late Shrimant  Maharaja  Jivajirao  Scindia on 1 november 1960, with the aid by Gangajali fund trust. Since then it managed by Maharaja Jiwaji Rao education society. Now it is chaired by Shrimant Jyotiraditya Scindia, he is also chairman of board of governor and managing committee of SATI Vidisha.

  • Industrial data belie claims of slowdown

    In what is being seen as a negation of what economic theoreticians have been predicting, India’s industrial production rose by a surprising 5.7 per cent in November as against the contraction of 1.8 per cent in the previous month, according to Central Statistical Office figures. This amounts to a shaking off of the impact of demonetisation (which was announced on November 8) and is a shot in the arm for the establishment which has

  • Bhopal: Bharlaay becomes cashless panchayat

    SEONI-MALWA: Village panchayat Bharlaay has been announced a cashless panchayat, certain arrangements have done to motivate the villagers for digital payment.

  • General right in ‘shun social media’ call

    It has been taboo for practices and complaints pertaining to the armed forces to be commented upon on social platforms and in the media. In recent days, it appears that that has been given the go-by. The manner in which a BSF jawan posted a video on social media criticising the food he was being served in a forward area in Kashmir and a couple of days later a CRPF man questioned the alleged

  • Bhopal: Soldier makes allegations on superiors

    REWA: A soldier Rajputana Rifles Fatehgarh Yagya Pratap Singh put allegations to the officers that officers treat the soldiers as a servant, they do everything in their homes like they cleaned their clothes, shoes, utensils and even toilets. Yagya Pratap Singh, wife Richa Singh said that soldiers have to do all household works like taking  children to school, shopping, making food etc. she said when her husband was posted at Dehradoon she

  • Time to put an end to profits from pollution

    Residents of almost every large city are losing their health due to the failure of the government in controlling air pollution. Its control is beneficial for all sections of the society. Let us consider the use of diesel cars. Say the cost of running a heavily polluting diesel car is Rs 5 per kilometre while that of running a clean electric car is Rs 8 per kilometre. The car owner will incur an additional

  • Bhopal: ‘Surya Namaskar’ at Govt Girls school

    HOSHANGABAD: Surya namaskar programme organised every year on birth anniversary of Swami Vivekanand. This year also samuhik surya namskar programme organised at Govt Girls school on Thursday. Collector Avinash Lavania, chairman Balram Saini, joint director education PR Kause and district education officer AK Chorgade did surya namaskar with girl students and the teachers. There was a live broadcast of the programme on Vividhbharti and on Akashwani.

  • Bhopal: Collector appeals to take advantage of Anandam

    UMARIA: Amanda  programme will be organised on Saturday at morning 11:30 at Rain Basera situated at new bus stand. Collector Abhishek Singh said that theme of Anandam is to give things that you have more, and the things can be taken according to your use. Collector also said there will be live telecast of CM address in the programme which can be heard and seen by the public.

  • Bhopal: Foundation laid for Rs 57 lakh development works

    Sanawad: Ground breaking ceremony of development works worth Rs 57 lakh to be done in various wards of the city, was performed by the MLA Hitendra Singh Solanki here on Thursday.