Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal Tamil Association to celebrate Pongal tomorrow

    BHOPAL: Bhopal Tamil Association (BTA) is organising Pongal celebrations on January 22 at Career College auditorium in Govindpura, BHEL. The event will begin at 10 am. Rajya Sabha member Ila Ganeshan will be the chief guest.

  • Bhopal: Vaishya mahasammelan meet on January 23

    UMARIA: District chairman of Vaishya mahasammelan Mahesh Gupta informed that the convention of Bandhavgarh tehsil will be organised on 23 January, 11 am at Madhibag. The chief guest of the convention will be Padam Singhania state vice-chairman, special guest will be Arbind Bansal division general secretary and Sanjeev Khandelwal state executive member. In the convention different eminent of Vaishya community will be present. On this occasion district post officials, Bandhavgarh tehsil chairman

  • Bhopal: Seoni Malwa is open defecation free

    SEONI-MALWA: Government of India has declared Seoni-Malwa municipality ODF under Swacch Bharat campaign, QCI team of Delhi which is appointed by the government visited the nine selected place in which slum, residential, industrial, school, lakes, Kandeli river were included. The team has taken the information from the residents about toilets, hygiene, public toilet etc and sent all the information online.

  • Bhopal: Neerja Faujdar elected to Vaishya body state executive

    HOSHANGABAD: Aadarsh women club chairperson, chairperson of divisional unit of Vaishya community, famous social worker Neerja Faujdar becomes the member of state executive. Revenue minister and state chairman of Vaishya mahasammelan Umashankar Gupta made Neerja Faujdar as a member in state executive, during his visit, minister Umashankar Gupta made Neerja Faujdar, the member of state executive and assigned a letter to her in which he has given the responsibility to take society

  • Bhopal: Traffic police turn outpost into bar

    SAGAR: Three police men were enjoying wine and cigarettes in traffic police help centre. When media got informed, it made video of them and asked, why they were drinking liquor there? All the three ran from a place, and other police men were protecting them because when this video showed to duty constable Leeladhar and when their name was asked to him then these traffic police personnel refused to recognize them. SP

  • Bhopal: Community health centre in bad shape

    ASHTA: Community health centres are completely depends on the luck of patients because the doctors and employees present in these health centres according to their will. Only hospital i.e. civil hospital of tehsil headquarters, arrangements becomes worse. Doctors, nurse, ward boy and guards all are posted here but when the patient comes, an awkward situation can be seen here; family members of the patient have to do the work of ward boy,

  • Mumbai: Prime accused in actor Shikha Joshi’s suicide case denied bail

    Mumbai: The prime accused in model-turned-actress Shikha Joshi’s abetment to suicide case, Dr. Vijay Chandraprakash Sharma, appeared before Sessions Court, Dindoshi on January 12 to seek his anticipatory bail and the plea of Dr. Sharma has been rejected by the Magistrate.

  • Bhopal: Kabaddi competition at Singhpur Bada

    NARSINGHPUR: Sports lover enjoyed different games under Anand utsav which were organised at village panchayat Singhpur Bada. Singhpur Bada, Lokipaar and Simariya people were participated in games. 14 teams of different age groups were participated in kabaddi, spoon race, rope game, sack race 100 and 200 meter race, carom, chopar high jump, long jump as well as in bhajan and singing. The public encouraged the participants by playing drum. The winners of

  • Bhopal: Slum girls enjoy ‘Dangal’ in multiplex

    GWALIOR: State government is organising the programmes under Anand Mahotsav in whole district from 14 to 21 January, with this connection district administration made available the opportunity to watch the film Dangal in multiplex, to 130 girls on Thursday. These girls were the residents of slum area Bohdapur, Ramtapura, Mugalpura and the girls of Adivasi Kanya ashram and hostel. On the advice of collector Dr Sanjay Goyal, nodal officer of the campaign

  • Bhopal: CII felicitated organ donors, family members

    BHOPAL: On the occasion of YI National Organ Day, CII Young Indians felicitated 14 organ donors and their family members who have already donated organs on Friday at DB City Mall.

  • Bhopal: IGRMS to mount expo on Kalamkari Art of Andhra

    BHOPAL: Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya is mounting a new exhibition on famous art of Andhra Pradesh ‘Kalamkaari’ at Rock Art Heritage Exhibition Hall.

  • Your day by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- You will invent new schemes to attract more clients towards your business and this will benefit you financially as well as increase your prestige. Legal matters will get solution from friends.

  • Bhopal: ‘Dangal’, eye check-up at BSSS

    BHOPAL: Childline 1098 organised an eye checkup camp at BSSS here on Friday. Check up was free for children and for the faculty members. On the occasion, Manish Shankar Sharma, a senior IPS officer was present as the chief guest. Addressing the programme, Sharma said, “Work hard to uplift our country. You may face many hurdles but try to find your way through them. You may face many challenges but strive hard

  • Mumbai: Depressed youth kills self

    Mumbai: The Samta Nagar police, who are investigating the alleged suicide of a 24-year-old doctor Parth Bhamaria, have contacted handwriting experts to analyse if the suicide note found near his body was written by him before jumping off the seventh floor in Kandivali east.

  • Bhopal: Of ungrateful man, gracious animals

    BHOPAL: A play titled ‘Akritagya Manushya’ was staged, as part of the series of ‘Abhinayan’ at Tribal Museum, under the aegis of directorate of culture, here on Friday. The play was directed by Vishal Acharya and written by Vishnu Sharma. The artistes from Sagan Society for Culture and Welfare, Bhopal were in the cast.

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    BMC elections 2017: Vinod Tawde blames Shiv Sena for failure of talks

    Mumbai: The uncertainty of alliance between Shiv Sena and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for the BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation elections is escalated as another probable alliance between the Congress and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) failed.  The BJP minister Vinod Tawde has criticised Sena leaders for the break-up of negotiations over seat sharing.

  • Bhopal: Keep away from Smart phones, social media

    BHOPAL: A special session to prepare the students for class ten CBSE examination was organised at Navnidh Hasomal Lakhani Public School, Sant Hirdaram Nagar on Friday.