Free Press Journal
  • Volunteers teach students

    Ujjain: As many as nine volunteers conducted teaching work for students of class 6 to 8 at Government Girls Middle School, Dussehra Maidan under the Mile Banche Madhya Pradesh programme. Simhastha Fair Authority chairman Diwakar Natu, Dr Pankaja Sonwalkar, Rajni Singh, BL Kulmi, DEO Sanjay Goyal, BRC Ritesh Tandon, BAC BK Bansal and corporator Radheshyam Verma were also present. Kamal Kishore Kulmi conducted the programme and Sunita Solanki proposed a vote of thanks.

  • Girl thrashed by youth

    Indore: A girl was allegedly thrashed by a youth over a petty issue in Palasia area on Friday. According to police, Jyoti of Vadana Nagar lodged a complaint stating that one Chintu of Bengali Square thrashed her.

  • Uddhav’s media advisor complains of getting threats

    Mumbai : Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray’s media advisor Harshal Pradhan on Saturday filed a police complaint after getting threats on social media platform WhatsApp, from a supporter of BJP MP Kirit Somaiya.

  • Ashok Chavan

    We don’t have secret pact with Sena in Mumbai: Ashok Chavan

    From resigning as a chief minister after being embroiled in the Adarsh Housing scam, Ashok Chavan has returned to the political arena in a soft domineering way. Apart from winning his seat in Nanded in the Lok Sabha elections, as the president of Maharashtra Pradesh Congress he has a huge task to hold the party together despite various factions. Speaking to Sweety Adimulum of Free Press Journal, the former CM Ashok Chavan

  • Matru-Pitru pujan held

    Ujjain: Students of the New Oxford Junior College, Chandesra worshipped their parents on the Matru-Pitru Pujan Diwas. Directors Sunil Khatri and Neelam Khatri also worshipped their parents. Principal Shailja Bhopale proposed a vote of thanks.

  • Civic elections: Campaigning peaks, Mumbai is up for grabs

    Mumbai : The richest municipal corporation in the country with a budget of Rs 37,000 crore (2016-17 figures) will go to polls on Monday, February 21, as campaigning comes to an end on Sunday.

  • Youth hangs himself

    Indore: A 22-year-old youth committed suicide by hanging himself from the ceiling in Pardeshipura area on Friday late night. According to police, the deceased was identified as Akash Shinde of Bansi Press Ki Chawl. He was employed with a private company. The reason for his suicide could not be established as no suicide note was recovered from the spot. Police are taking statements of his family members to know the reason of

  • Jaspreet is Miss Eve

    BHOPAL :  The four-day-long of the annual fest ‘Tarang-2017’ concluded with fashion show at Institute for Excellence in Higher Education on Saturday. Based on traditional attire, as many as 50 participants participated in it.

  • NTPC holds ‘Mil Banchey Madhya Pradesh’

    BHOPAL : NTPC and Avani Mahila Mandal organized a programme on ‘Mil Banchey Madhya Pradesh’ in villages under the project. The students read books and stories with enthusiasm. They were motivated to strengthen their moral character by reading stories. Varsha Rajput of Sandhya Goswami of the Mandal and deputy general manager, NTPC, Hemant Pravagi, SN Singh, Girish Chaudhary and others took part in the programme.

  • Endurance wins

    The three-day-long ‘Elite Karting 2017’ concluded with endurance round and prize distribution at Go-Kart circuit at  Ratibadh on Saturday. The overall champion of the adventurous event was Resonance team of AISSMS college of Maharashtra.   Out of 17, the team won in four categories. As many as 29 teams participated in the finals and every team gave its best performance.  The teams were divided into four groups for the endurance round. Each team

  • Guv to fete Shukla, Chaubey on Tuesday

    BHOPAL : Senior Hindi poets Prayag Shukla and Santosh Chaubey will be felicitated in a programme by governor OP Kohli. Shukla will be given ‘Naresh Mehta Smriti Vangmay Samman’ while Chaubey will be awarded ‘Shailesh Matiyani Katha Samman’.

  • Endure the heat for a few more days: IMD

    Mumbai : Summer seems to be here already. Since the past few days, Mumbaikars have been reeling under sweltering heat which is quite unusual for this time of the year. Sudden rise in temperatures are leading to more incidents of cold, cough and fever, which Mumbaikars dread as a sure sign of approaching summer.

  • Now it’s Net, set and go on BEST buses

    Mumbai : Soon, you can browse the Net while travelling in BEST buses even if you don’t have internet facility on your mobile. The Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport has mooted the idea of Wi-Fi services for commuters in buses and bus stations in the city. This new facility was proposed during a meeting held on Thursday, though committee members are yet to give a final nod. The plan is to install