Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai: Eros building owner challenges sealing order

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Wednesday disposed three petitions filed by Galaxy Aviation, Bank of India and the United India Insurance Company against the alleged illegal sealing done by the Mumbai city collector.

  • Bhopal: Be in communion with God everyday

    BHOPAL: His Eminence Telesphore Cardinal Toppo, Archbishop of Ranchi exhorted to encounter God in daily life situations and to communicate the rich experience with all people, during the Holy Eucharist, the third day of the 29th

  • Mumbai: Murder case against Hindu body chief lands in HC

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Wednesday directed the Hadapsar police to place on record evidence against the Hindu Rashtra Sena (HRS) chief Dhananjay Desai, for deciding on his revision petition.

  • BMC election 2017: Snarls, sanitation top woes for residents of Ghatkopar

    Mumbai: Despite having the city’s first metro rail service and huge corporate offices, the Gujarati dominated suburb of the city, Ghatkopar, is dealing with issues like traffic congestion and pothole filled roads. A steep rise in number of hawkers mainly on narrow lanes has escalated the existing traffic woes.

  • Bhopal: Seminar on World Wetland Day

    HOSHANGABAD: A drawing exhibition and seminar was organised by the Zoology and Biotechnology Departments and environment conservation committee of Government PG College on Thursday on the occasion of World Wetland Day. RR Soni, member Global Bio-diversity Education Society, Bhopal was the subject specialist. He threw light on the shortage of water and said that the whole world is facing scarcity of water.

  • Bhopal: 2 crore children in state to be administered deworming pills

    BHOPAL: The public health and family welfare department, in association with departments of school education, integrated child development and tribal welfare, would observe National Deworming Day in the state on February 9. Dr Pragya Tiwari, deputy director, child health and nutrition, National Health Mission, said the objective of the programme is to control worms and deficiency of iron in children caused by the worms. A target has been set to administering deworming

  • Bhopal: Beti bachao brand ambassadors feted

    GWALIOR: Collector Sanjay Goyal feted the brand ambassador daughters of Beti Bachao-Beti Padao campaign in a programme on Wednesday at Tansen Residency. This programme was organised under the aegis of District Advisory Committee of PC-PNDT Act.

  • Bhopal: Congress appoints in-charge for Janvedna Panchayat

    UMARIA: District Congress Committee appoints in-charges for Janvedna Panchayat which will be organise from 12 to 20 February in all the blocks of the district. Spokes person of party Mohd Naeem has given the information; this Janvedna Panchayat will be held against demonitisation.

  • Bhopal: MLA Cup competition in each constituency

    MORENA: Sports and Youth Welfare Department has taken the decision to organise MLA Cup Competition in each constituency for promoting sports in the state. In this connection Volleyball competition will be held from 9 to 11 February in Ambah constituency in both categories for Boys and Girls, and there is no age bar for it. For participation in the contest the participants of concerned constituency can contact with their MLA and with

  • Bhopal: Corruption mars Antyoday Fair

    SEONI-MALWA: Allegation of corruption in food tender of Antyoday Fair which was organised by Janpad Panchayat. According to the information from RTI, instead of lower rate tender janpad panchayat accepted the higher rate tender for food supply. Kallusingh Raghuvanshi demanded the information through RTI and he made the complaint to collector through SDM, the complainant said that high level enquiry should be set for it and from this corruption and collusion; benefit

  • Bhopal: Roti-Kuti scheme opens food at Rs 1

    KATNI: ‘Anandam Roti Kuti’ scheme opened in the guidance of collector Vishesh Gadpale on Thursday on the premises of Old Court, this scheme is dedicated to the humanity and for helping the others. In this ambitious scheme the poor people can take the food in only 1 Rs and it is started by serving food to poor people with love and affection.

  • Mumbai: BEST staff trained for giving emergency medical service

    Mumbai: Around 100 staffers from Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST) of BEST were trained for emergency medical services to help commuters or staffers in case of emergencies. The training was conducted at Colaba on Thursday.

  • Bhopal: Man held for woman’s murder

    Dharmpuri: With the arrest of a youth on Thursday, Dharmpuri police claimed to have solved the Ritu murder case.

  • Mumbai: Civic official assaulted by RTI activist, no arrest yet

    Mumbai: Malekar Satish Govind, the Assistant Engineer, of the building and factory department of E-ward, Byculla, was attacked and assaulted by Right to Information (RTI) activist Shamshad Khan in his office on Wednesday afternoon. Despite this attack, the Agripada police have refused to lodge a First Information Report (FIR) against Khan and asked Malekar to furnish proof of him being an official.

  • Bhopal: 17 couples tie nuptial knot in mass marriage programme

    Neemuch: As many 17 poor girls from the district entered into wedlock at the mass marriage ceremony organised on the auspicious occasion of Basant Panchami. The programme was organised under the Mukhya Mantri Kanyadan Yojana by Neemuch janpad panchayat here at Town Hal on Wednesday.

  • Mumbai: Link Road stall owners shut shop as part of silent protest

    Mumbai: Since the last three days, the Bandra-Khar Linking Road stall owners have shut their shops as part of silent protest towards the constant interference by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC). Residents and locals have been questioning this closure as stall owners have been constantly protesting outside their stalls, BMC ward office and Khar police station.

  • Bhopal: Conserve wetland to save life

    BHOPAL: Wetland conservation is possible only with the people’s cooperation, said  additional secretary of the Union environment and forest ministry Dr. Amita Prasad at a national workshop organised by EPCO on the occasion of World Wetland Day here on Wednesday.

  • Madhya Pradesh stands overall champion in national rowing tourney

    BHOPAL: The state emerged as overall champion with two gold, seven silver and three bronze medals, 12 in all and 23 points in boys and girls categories in 35th All-India Rowing Championship. It was held at the Upper Lake in the city. Odisha clinched seven medals and 15 points to settle on second position while Karnataka remained third with four medals and 12 points. The tournament ended on Thursday. The players of