Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Bade bade deshon mein aisee chhoti-chhoti batein hoti rahte hain

    BHOPAL: Minister for prisons Kusum Mehadale, while interacting with the media on the Vidhan Sabha premises here on Monday, said Bhopal jailbreak was a ‘minor incident’ and such things keep on happening in big countries, adding for good measure that those who had broken the jail were finally dead. Earlier, Congress MLAs, dissatisfied with the reply of Mehadale on the issue in the House, staged a walkout.

  • Pakistan’s karma coming back to haunt it

    The recent wave of terror attacks, which the Pakistanis claim have been planned by terrorists based in remote, lawless and ungoverned areas of eastern Afghanistan, is a classic case of what goes around comes around. For over four decades now, Pakistan has used and continues to use its Pashtun tribal belt which borders Afghanistan as a base camp for all sorts of despicable jihadists to carry out their operations in Afghanistan. Now, it appears,

  • Assess Trump in India’s interest

    Stored somewhere among my old papers is a postcard dating back to the early-1980s showing President Ronald Reagan furiously picking his nose. Written below the horrible depiction is something to the effect ‘Would you elect such a man?’

  • Bhopal: STF raids 7 stockbrokers on SEBI complaint

    BHOPAL: The Special Task Force (STF) of MP Police conducted raids on the premises of seven stock brokers in Bhopal, Indore, Gwalior and Bina (Sagar district) on Monday. The raids were conducted on four premises in Tukoganj and Vijay Nagar areas of Indore, besides three premises in Bhopal, Gwalior and Bina on the complaint of SEBI that some firms not registered with the stock market regulator were providing investment consultancy.

  • Mumbai: Now, grow plants without using soil

    Mumbai: Developing a new method of growing vegetables and plants on rooftops, students of Ramnarain Ruia College, Dadar have opted to use the technique of growing plants without using soil. This technique known as Hydroponics uses only water and nutrients to grow the plants without the need for any soil.

  • Bhopal: SC spares 862 dental students, for now

    BHOPAL: The Supreme Court, on Monday, stayed the order of the MP High Court, cancelling the admissions of 862 students studying in 14 dental colleges in the state. The Court has given Dental Council of India (DCI) one-and-a-half months to seek the opinion of the Government of India on the issue.

  • Mumbai: Uddhav Thackeray takes dig at PM over Army paper leak

    Mumbai: Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray on Monday took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis over the leak of the Army examination question paper. “The Prime Minister and the Chief Minister are busy canvassing as they want to win the elections at any cost. But see what is happening. Question papers meant for the Army recruitment are leaked. When these people cannot keep the question papers safe, then what

  • Toral Rasputra wants to tickle her fans

    Popular actor Toral Rasputra is debuting in play. Toral who was famous portraying Anandi in Balika Vadhu is busy nowadays in rehearsals for the play I Love You Two written and produced by Sanjay Jha.

  • Bhopal: 3-year-old girl molested by Kidzee director

    BHOPAL: A 3-year old girl was molested by the Director of the Kidzee School located in Dansihkunj, under the Kolar police station. After medical confirmation the police have registered the case against the accused.

  • Bhopal: MPSSDM signs 42 MoUs with industry partners

    BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh State Skill Development Mission (MPSSDM) organised a state-level workshop to bring on board industry partners from construction, apparel, IT/ITeS, retail and electronics sectors. The mission aims to explore various avenues through which the department can collaborate with the industries to help enhance and promote skill development in the State.

  • Supreme Court will hear plea of bar girls on March 2

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday said it would hear, on March 2, a plea filed by an association of women dancers, waitresses, singers and other performers working in bars and hotels in Maharashtra challenging the constitutional validity of a 2016 state law putting conditions on dance performances.

  • Bhopal: AIIMS holds workshop on Meta analysis

    BHOPAL: A two-day workshop on Meta analysis began on Monday at AIIMS where 30 professors from different institutes participated to promote evidence based health care and implementing it to improve medical science.

  • Bhopal: Doctor finds 15-day-old girl

    BHOPAL: A girl child was found abandoned at Kamla Nehru hospital on February 22. The Koh-e-Fiza police have registered a case against the unidentified parents on Monday. SHO, Anil Vajpayee informed that the RMO of the hospital Dr Pawan had found a 15-day-old infant lying near the lift of the hospital on February 22, morning around 8 am. The child was admitted in the children ward. The hospital authorities looked for the

  • Bhopal: Bhikhari Thakur was Shakespeare of Bhojpuri

    BHOPAL: A lecture session on ‘Bharatiya Rangmanch Aur Bhojpuri Rang Sangeet’ by Sanjay Upadhyay, Director of MP School of Drama was held on Monday at the meeting hall of Swaraj Bhavan. It was part of series programme ‘Bhoj’ organised by Bhojpuri Sahitya Akademi.

  • Bhopal: ‘Go Heritage Run’ at Khajuraho

    BHOPAL: A race ‘Go Heritage Run’ was organised at Khajuraho under the aegis of Madhya Pradesh Tourism Corporation. The race was joined by citizens and people interested in archaeology and tourism. The race was organised under 5 km, 10 km and 21 km categories.

  • Bhopal: Air India wins National Kabaddi League

    HOSHANGABAD: Professional National Kabaddi League has been organised at village Rohna. The four days competition concluded on Sunday evening in the presence of Assembly Speaker Dr Sitasharan Sharma, MP Uday Pratap Singh and State Minister Independent In charge Vishwas Sarang Cooperative and Rural Development Department. This competition organised with the support of Aastik Sports.

  • Radio City sets IPO price band at Rs 324-333 per share

    Music Broadcast Limited (MBL), a Jagran group firm which runs Radio City, has fixed the price band from Rs 324 to Rs 333 per piece. The IPO is expected to hit the market on March 6, 2017 and will close on March 8, 2017. It is expected to raise Rs 400 crore by offering 26.59 lakh shares.