Free Press Journal
  • Writer barred from publishing book on Manna Dey

    Bengaluru : In an ex-parte order, a city civil court has restrained a Kolkata-based journalist and five other defendants from publishing a ‘controversial’ book against the family of late singer Manna Dey, until the next hearing.

  • Shah Rukh Khan will host TED Talks India: Nayi Soch on Star India

    Mumbai and New York: Star India launched on Wednesday the greenlight of ‘TED Talks India: Nayi Soch,” a global first Hindi TV talk show created in partnership with TED, the non-profit devoted to ‘ideas worth spreading.

  • PMO comes to rescue of Bihar boy admitted at AIIMS

    New Delhi : Fourteen-year-old Rohit Kumar, who has been forced to stay at AIIMS for over a year for want of a portable ventilator and other related accessories after he underwent a spine surgery, can finally go home.

  • Bhopal: Objectivity in poll process should be perceptible said Antony de Sa

    BHOPAL: Former chief secretary and chairman, Madhya Pradesh Bhu-Sampada Viniyamak Pradhikaran, Antony de Sa, speaking in a programme on the 23rd Establishment Day of State Election Commission here on Thursday, said objectivity in election process should not only be observed but it should also be manifested.

  • Bhopal: IG Sonali Mishra off to Delhi

    BHOPAL: The state government has handed over the services of inspector general of police (IG), intelligence, Sonali Mishra to the central government on deputation. Her services have been handed over for a period of five years from the date of her joining or next order, whichever is earlier, to the Ministry of Home Affairs.

  • Passport services in post offices

    New Delhi : The first phase of the implementation of the scheme to deliver passport-related services through post offices will start before March 31, External Affairs Minister said today.

  • 48-hour shutdown cripples life in Tripura, tension runs high

    Agartala : Normal life was severely affected in the tension-ridden Gandacherra sub-division in Tripura on Thursday, as a local tribal party called for a 48-hour shut-down to protest “police high-handedness”.

  • Bhopal: Swyam Siddha fest from today

    BHOPAL: The three-day long fest ‘3rd Rang Utsav Swayam Siddha- 2017’ would began from Friday at Shaheed Bhawan at 7 pm onwards. The fest is being organised by Chaitanya Socio-Cultural Society to mark the memory of Padmashree  late Gul Bardahan.  A ballet ‘Ram Ki Shakti  Puja,’ choreographed by Vaishali Gupta would staged on inaugural day.   Another ballet ‘Ras Swaroop’, choreographed by Chandra Madhav Barik would be staged on February 18.  A ballet

  • Bhopal: Chief Secretary handsover to land allotment letter to DRDO

    BHOPAL: Chief secretary Basant Pratap Singh handed over land allotment letter for the establishing of a defence project of national importance in Kailaras and Sabalgarh tehsils of Morena district to Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), colonel DK Sharma. Colonel Sharma presented a memento of DRDO to the chief secretary.

  • Bhopal: Piyush Goyal congratulates Shukla on Rewa solar project

    BHOPAL: Union minister of state (independent charge) for energy, new and renewable energy Piyush Goyal said that achieving the lowest tariff of Rs 2.97 for the world’s biggest 750 MW solar project to be set up in Gurh tehsil of Rewa district is historic. He congratulated commerce, industry, employment and mineral resources minister Rajendra Shukla over phone in this connection. Goyal said that this is a matter of pride for the state

  • Bhopal: Ram Jethmalani to open moot court competition today

    BHOPAL: Rajya Sabha member and former union minister Ram Jethmalani will inaugurate the national-level moot court competition being organised by Jagran Lakecity University’s School of Law here on Friday.

  • Bhopal: Media Dialogue programme on 19 February

    UMARIA: Media Dialogue programme will be organised on 19 February at Government Ranvijay Pratap Singh College on 11 am. This programme will be conducted for the journalists of Jansampark Department, Wadara district. On this occasion Collector Abhishek Singh will be present especially. Columnist senior journalist Jairam Shukla and editor of Maruti Express Satna Rajesh Dwivedi will establish a dialogue with journalists of the district. New technology, minor points regarding skills in journalism

  • Ankit Bathla shares his best memory from Thapki Pyar Ki

    Actor Ankit Bathla recently quit the popular show Thapki Pyar Ki but the show still remains close to his heart. Talking about the overall response Ankit says,”Dhruv has given me an identity and was accepted and loved by viewers of all age groups infact my mother also called me Dhruv by mistake once and my female friends would tell me that their mothers want them to be married to someone like Dhruv

  • Bhopal: Village grazing land will be freed said Virsingh Pawar

    VIDISHA: MLA, Kurwai Virsingh Pawar said that there are 700 villages in Kurwai Vidhansabha, intention of our CM is to protect animals specially cow from starving. Grazing of pet animals specially cow which are dependent for their survival on Gochar Land. MLA Virsingh Pawar said that funeral ground and animal grazing land are being occupied for other purposes. The complaints for vacating the grazing land have been lodged in SDM office and

  • Bhopal: Youth thrashed with slippers

    NARSINGHPUR: Municipal cleaner’s beats a youth for open defecation. Narsingh ward resident, Prakash Maratha, a youth of poor family went for open defecation as there is no toilet in his home, municipal cleaners beats him and also made him to lift up stool. Kareli becomes ODF recently. Administration has formed surveillance committee to keep an eye for those people who goes for open defecation. The residents of Narsinghward said that some people