Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai: Without tyres, MBMT bus services deflated by apathy

    Bhayandar: At a time when the fate of the public transport system in Mira-Bhayandar continues to hang in balance, 19 out of 48 buses are lying idle – either without tyres or in workshops for replacement of damaged parts and maintenance work. So the next time you are waiting for the Mira-Bhayandar Municipal Transport (MBMT) buses and they fail to turn up for hours, be patient. With the latest addition of five air-conditioned-Volvos, the number

  • Bhopal: Archana Chitnis releases magazine

    HOSHANGABAD: Woman Child Development Minister Archana Chitnis was addressing the children, their parents and other people in Annual function of the school called Sanskratik Sandhya programme which was organised on Shishu Vatika premises at Saraswati Shishu Mandir Bankhedi on Wednesday. On this occasion she also released a children hand written magazine “Prayas”. She appreciated the magazine and said that the children expressed their feelings and emotions in this book; this credit goes

  • Bhopal: Air conditioner stolen from Ravindra Bhavan

    BHOPAL: An air conditioner unit was stolen from Ravindra Bhavan on the intervening night of Wednesday and Thursday. As per the police, the unit was worth Rs 50,000. A case of theft has been registered against unidentified miscreants on the basis of a report filed by the staff of the auditorium.

  • Mumbai: Car rams Bandra bridge railing, 2 seriously injured

    Mumbai: Two people were seriously injured when the driver lost control over his car and rammed it into a metal railing below U-bridge at Bandra Reclamation, late on Wednesday night. Both the injured – Prabodh Sao and Viraj Sanjay Chavan – residents of Chunabhatti, were travelling from Bandra-Worli Sealink to Kalanagar in their car registered as MH 02 CL 5818.

  • Bhopal: Savitri Bai Phule is Saraswati of modern India

    REWA: SP Memorial Convent Academy, Rathari, Sahooji Education College, Lohpurush Sardar Patel B Ed College, Shivji Education College Anantpur Rewa and Lord Buddha School of Nursing Rathari students collectively organise eighth Annual function near Chhatrpati Sahooji Education College.

  • Bhopal: Bhoomipujan for 37 development work

    KATNI: A beneficiary convention organised here on Wednesday in which Bhoomipujan of development work performed, worth Rs 135 crore.

  • Mumbai, MBMC, Bhayandar, CM, Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation, Go Green, MNS, agitation

    Mumbai: Corporator held for harassing a woman with lewd messages

    Mumbai: Sudhir Jadhav, a Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) corporator was arrested by the Dadar police on Thursday morning for sending lewd messages to a woman on her WhatsApp number. The incident occurred on January 28.

  • Bhopal: Nagar Uday campaign organised

    GWALIOR: A beneficiary convention was organised at Phoolbagh ground under Nagar Uday Campaign on Wednesday. The chief guest of the programme was Higher Education and Public Services Management Minister Jaibhan Singh Pavaiya. The convention was chaired by Mayor Vivek Narayan Shejwalkar. This convention was organise under the joint aegis of state government and municipal corporation Gwalior. An aid was distributed to 24 thousand 348 beneficiaries in convention.  On this occasion Minister Pawaiya

  • Mumbai: 4 Booked for destroying mangroves

    Bhayandar: The Bhayandar police has filed a First Information Report (FIR) against four people including an engineer attached to the Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC) for allegedly destroying mangroves at a government owned land in Bhayandar. However, no arrests have been made so far. The action came after complaints were received about unchecked dumping of debris, which was  destroying the mangroves and the greenery skirting the  municipal stadium in Bhayandar (west).

  • Even Eros theatre can be attached: Bombay HC told

    Mumbai: The Mumbai city Deputy Collector on Thursday informed the Bombay High Court that she has taken steps to attach properties owned by the members of Cambata Trust, to recover the dues. The HC was also informed that since few trustees are also shareholders of the Eros theatre, there are chances that the same can also be attached.

  • Bhopal: De-worming tabs administered to kids

    SHIVPURI: All children in the age group of 1 to 19 years were given free de-worming tablets here by Health Department on Thursday on the occasion of Rashtriya Krimi Mukti Diwas, albendazole sweet tablet was given them at all government and private school and at aaganwadi centres. Pohri MLA Prahlad Bharti had reached to Primary School Ludhavli and give albendazole sweet pill to children.

  • Bhopal: 9,420 register in mega health camp

    MORENA: Mega health camp is running at District Headquarters, 9,420 registration was done at OPD on Wednesday, the third day of the camp. Along with this 196 operations were done at the clinics of Morena and Gwalior.

  • Bhopal: Renowned dhrupad singer enthralls

    BHOPAL: Mesmerising recital of well-known dhrupad vocalist Pt. Vinod Kumar Dwivedi enthralled music lovers at Dushyant Kumar Sangrahalaya on Thursday. It was part of concert ‘Swar Sandhya’, organised by Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) Bhopal chapter under its regular ‘Virasaat’ series. He started off with ‘Mor mukut Kano me kundan’. It was based on raga Jaijaiwanti.  In the same raga he presented shoolpal bandish which left the audience spellbound. To welcome

  • Bhopal: ‘World of Rock Art’ at IGRMS

    BHOPAL: The Indira Gandhi Rashtiya Manav Sangrahalaya, in collaboration with Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts, New Delhi is organising an exhibition ‘The World of Rock Art’ at Avriti Bhawan from February 17. On this occasion an art workshop, lecture etc. will also be organised.

  • Bhopal: Miss and Mr MP contest from February 25

    BHOPAL: SIT XPRESSN, a city-based institute of fashion, modelling, acting, events and production is going to organise its 10th Miss and Mr Madhya Pradesh contest from February 25 at New Campion School Auditorium, Shahpura.

  • Bhopal: NTPC, Rihand Project celebrates foundation day

    BHOPAL: Various programmes were organised to mark the foundation day of NTPC, Rihand project. Executive director (Rihand) KRC Murthi was the chief guest, who unfurled the flag of the NTPC to inaugurate the programme.  As many as 11 talented students were given scholarship under ‘Utkarsh Scholarship Scheme’. Athletic events were also held.