Free Press Journal
  • 200 PM Bharatiya Janaushadhi Kendra to be opened in state

    BHOPAL: Union minister for chemicals and fertilisers, Anantha Kumar, inaugurating Digi Dhan Mela at Bittan Market here on Thursday, announced opening of 200 Pradhan Mantri Bharatiya Janaushadhi Kendra in the state. He said such Melas will also be organised in Indore, Gwalior, Jabalpur and Dewas and they aim at encouraging cashless transactions and use of products and equipment for cashless transactions. He said chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has become the first

  • Bhopal: Digi Dhan Mela, participants collect gifts, use free Wi-Fi, walk away

    BHOPAL: The Government of India-sponsored Digi Dhan Mela, meant to educate people in the use of cashless transactions, held here on Thursday, was virtually a farce. This was the first Mela and more such events will be organised in the districts in the coming months.

  • Bhopal: Stinking sewage flows freely in undeveloped land in Gautam Nagar

    BHOPAL: The sewage flows openly on a huge swathe of undeveloped land spreading foul stench in entire posh residential areas in Gautam Nagar. The area residents said the problem has made their lives miserable and demanded that the authority concerned should develop entire area into park in the prime location. This kind undeveloped land has robbed off charm of this posh locality, they said.

  • Bhopal: Snowfall in Jammu and Kashmir infuses chill into air

    BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh shivered on Thursday as chill was back after a three-day lull. The day temperature was 4°C below normal in Bhopal. The weatherman attributed the fresh spell of cold to snowfall in Jammu and Kashmir. The condition is likely to prevail for the next couple of days.

  • Bhopal: ED registers money laundering case in Katni hawala racket

    Bhopal: The Enforcement Directorate on Thursday registered a money laundering case in the Katni district hawala racket to probe allegations that stash funds to the tune of Rs 500 crore were illegally routed by operatives using fake bank accounts post demonetisation.

  • India’s largest shopping bonanza Big Bazaar ‘Sabse Saste 6 Din’ from 21st to 26th Jan

    Mumbai: Big Bazaar celebrates the nation’s Republic Day with India’s biggest shopping extravaganza! Big Bazaar’s ‘Sabse Saste 6 Din’ from January 21 – 26, giving shoppers a deal they cannot resist! Big Bazaar’s ‘Sabse Saste 6 Din’ six-day offer will mark the unbelievable offers and attractive prices across a large range of products across all categories.

  • Mafatlal Industries Limited launches its latest collection of Garments

    Mumbai: Mafatlal Industries Limited (MIL), the flagship company of the Arvind Mafatlal Group has launched its latest collection of fabrics for school & corporate uniforms and garments for the year 2017. It also included entire range of shirting, suiting as well as readymade which caters to the requirements of schools, corporates, hospitals, airlines, retail chains etc.

  • Bhopal: Heavy turnout in Bar Association polls; result Today

    BHOPAL: More than 3,000 advocates exercised their franchise in the District Bar Association elections, votes for which were cast on Thursday. Of the 3552 registered voters, 3060 cast their votes.

  • 110 crosses in Mumbai may be termed heritage structures

    Mumbai : Over 110 Christian crosses in the city have been proposed to be considered as heritage structures in a meeting held by the Heritage Review Committee on Thursday. The review meeting was attended by members of Watchdog Foundation, Bombay East Indian Association and Saint John the Baptist Church Save Committee.

  • Bhopal: Liquor shops to be auctioned individually if 70% do not go for renewal

    BHOPAL: The allotment of liquor shops in a district will be done shop-wise through lottery if at least 70 per cent liquor outlets in the district do not go for renewal of license. A provision in this regard has been made in the new Excise Policy of the state. This provision has been made by the excise department to increase its revenue following shutting down of 58 liquor shops.

  • Bhopal: A street play ‘Buddhi Banam Taknik’ was staged

    BHOPAL: A street play ‘Buddhi Banam Taknik’ was staged on Thursday at two different places in the city including Platinum Plaza and New Market, near Top N Town. Directed by city-based theatre director Swastika Chakraborty, the play highlights that intelligence is always better than technique. It also says that balance between both things is essential. It was presented by 15 students of Ankur Higher Secondary School, Dayanand Nagar and they prepared the

  • Bhopal: 24-year-old youth held with pistol

    BHOPAL: The city crime branch nabbed a 24-year-old youth near Pragati Petrol pump on the intervening night of Wednesday and Thursday and recovered a country made pistol from his possession.

  • Bhopal: Regional Museum holds workshop

    BHOPAL: A two-day workshop on Biological preservation technique/taxidermy was inaugurated at the Regional Museum of Natural History on Thursday. As many as 25 in-service museum professionals, biology teachers and laboratory assistants are taking part in this workshop.

  • Bhopal: Vipassana a gift of Lord Buddha to end sorrows

    BHOPAL: In the ongoing workshop on integrated medical therapies at Sanchi University, presentations on the topics of Vipassana, meditation, smile therapy, Mantra therapy and Vedic spiritual hypnosis were given.

  • Bhopal: No block in Vidisha has 30% vaccination

    BHOPAL: The apathy of health department is coming to the fore in Vidisha, which is the workplace of chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. It was during ‘Parakh’ meeting on Thursday, it was found that no block in Vidisha district has 30 per cent vaccination. Additional chief secretary (ACS) AP Shrivastava showed his annoyance on this issue to Vidisha collector Anil Suchari. Principal secretary, health, Gauri Singh too showed surprise over low percentage

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  • Scanner on 5 bank accounts linked to hardliner Geelani

    New Delhi : Five bank accounts allegedly linked to hardline separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani are being scrutinised by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) as part of its probe into suspected terror funding.

  • Bhopal: FDA lab gets certification to test medical drugs

    BHOPAL: The laboratory of food and drugs department has received the ISO/IEC certificate from the national accreditation board. The laboratory has become the third laboratory in the nation authorised to test drugs. Joint controller Pramod Shukla informed that the lab is been certified to conduct the test of the 12 different types of drugs in it.