Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Bankers should be professional, show concern for nation said Bizmen

    BHOPAL: Strike in banks not only means loss of business but it also exposes the faulty work culture of the country. Bankers are supposed to be professionals and as such, they should put up their demands before the management. It is not justified to paralyse the country by striking work. The government should intervene to ensure that the bankers do not hold the country to ransom.

  • Bhopal: Corrugated boxes factory gutted

    BHOPAL: A corrugated boxes manufacturing unit ‘Box Craft’ located in Industrial Area, Govindpura was gutted in a fire that broke out due to short circuit on the intervening night of Thursday-Friday. Loss is estimated to be of Rs 10 lakh. Dozens of fire engines were deployed to douse the fire.

  • Bhopal: Trial run of new chair car coaches successful

    BHOPAL: A trial run of chair car of new coaches was carried out on Friday from Habibganj to Barkheda.  Earlier, trial of sleeper coaches was carried on in January. The coaches will be Mahamana Express. These passenger coaches are first of its kind in the country and have been designed by Bhopal’s coach rehabilitation workshop (CRWS), Nishatpura.  Successful final test run of luxury coaches was completed on January 4 between Bhopal to

  • Remembering Divya Bharti on her 43rd birth anniversary; Top 5 iconic movies

    Bollywood icon and most beautiful actress Divya Bharti is like Hollywood super star. At a very small age she won a million hearts of her fans. She started her career in film industry at the age of 16 in south India. Her first films was ‘Bobili Raja’ in 1990 after that only in 3

  • Bhopal: BJP to celebrate Maharashtra, Odisha victories

    BHOPAL: The State Bharatiya Janata Party has decided to counter the Congress demonstration at Bhopal on February 22 by celebrating BJP victory in urban body elections in Maharashtra and Odisha. Though the victories have nothing to do with the state but celebrations have been planned to keep the morale of the party workers high.

  • Bhopal: Trishuls offered on Mahashivratri

    HOSHANGABAD: Thousands of devotees offered trishul and worshipped lord Shiv on the holy festival Mahashivratri. The devotees came from Nagpur, Amravati, Chandrapur and Wardha of Maharashtra and Chhindwara, Betul and from other places of MP. They worshipped at Bada Mahadev, Chauragarh, Jatashankar etc.

  • BJP to decide on Nashik Mayor

    Each municipal ward had four seats fought on panel system. The BJP managed to get its panels elected from eight municipal wards which alone contributed to 32 seats.

  • Bhopal: Work should be completed in time

    NARSINGHPUR: The administration has given instructions to urban bodies to complete all works by February 28 for making the district ODF. all the city councils or nagar panchayat officials should finish the incomplete work by the end of month; laxity in ODF-related work will not be tolerated. The review was done by collector and district panchayat CEO in a meeting. They said that the work of Anand department should be done effectively.

  • Bhopal: Dacoit carrying reward of Rs 50K caught

    MORENA: Police got a big success on Friday night. A joint team of Bhind, Morena and Sheopur police arrested three dacoits on whom there was cash reward of Rs 50,000.

  • Bhopal: Sant Nirakari foundation cleans railway station to mark ‘gurupuja diwas’

    Meghnagar: Members of Sant Nirakari Charitable Foundation, Meghnagar branch celebrated ‘gurupuja diwas’ by organising a cleanliness campaign here on Thursday. Over a hundred railway stations across the country have been cleaned, among which platforms 1 and 2 of Meghnagar railway station were also cleaned.

  • Bhopal: Magical world of ‘Chandrakanta’ to come alive on small screen

    BHOPAL: Life OK, in association with Triangle Film Company, will launch ‘Prem Ya Paheli Chandrakanta’ on March 4. It will air every Saturday and Sunday at 9 pm. The serial is based on the novel ‘Chandrakanta’ by Devaki Nandan Khatri.

  • Bhopal: Bollywood Dance Night today

    BHOPAL: A Bollywood dance night will be organised at Ravindra Bhawan on Saturday under the aegis of Bhopal Utsav Mela Samiti. Samiti’s vice president Rajesh Jain ‘Atul’ and Sushil Kedia said actress Sanobar Kabir, model performer Shweta Priyadarshini and Hollywood model performer Arina Soboliva will present a dance show on Saturday. Samiti’s general secretary Santosh Agarwal and convener Manmohan Agarwal have requested people to reach the venue half an hour before the

  • Mumbai civic polls: When vote counting was on, BMC’s online system crashed

    Mumbai: Amidst the tussle over who would win the civic polls for the richest municipal corporation, the online system for counting of votes and declaration of candidates failed on the day of results. The data of the polls from 24 municipal wards of the city was then sent across using a mobile phone to the Public Relations Officer (PRO) at the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) headquarters.

  • Bhopal: Industrial expo begins

    BHOPAL: A three-day ‘Bhopal Industrial Expo’ was inaugurated by principal secretary, MISE, VL Kantarao here on Friday. The programme is being organised under the joint aegis of Indian Plast Pack and Govindpura Industries Association. Chairman, Bhaskar Group, Ramesh Chandra Agarwal and BHEL, executive director, DK Thakur were the chief guests.

  • Indore: Myanmar too not participating in SAUFEST, Nepal unsure

    Indore: While Pakistan and Maldives have declined to participate in South Asian Universities Festival (SAUFEST) to be hosted by Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV), Myanmar has followed the suit even as Nepal may also not show up as students of the Himalayan country have not registered online for the fest.

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    Congress and NCP come together for Zilla Parishad polls

    Mumbai: With no option left but to form an alliance, the Congress has decided to walk along with the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) considering the post civic election results, for the remaining local body elections. Senior Congress leader and former chief minister of Maharashtra Ashok Chavan revealed on Friday that the Congress would support the NCP in areas where they have a stronghold and similarly the NCP would support them in their dominant constituencies at