Free Press Journal
  • Awareness rally on Down syndrome

    BHOPAL: A rally was taken out from JP Hospital on World Down Syndrome Day to make people aware about Down Syndrome.

  • MLAs grill irrigation minister for favoring particular areas

    BHOPAL: MLAs of ruling and opposition parties raised issue against the irrigation minister for sanctioning maximum number of irrigation projects in Gwalior and Chambal regions. Irrigation minister presented the department budget of Rs 8,800 crore, 78 lakh and 92,000, which was passed after discussion. BJP MLA Rameshwar Sharma from Bhopal raised the issue that irrigation minister Narottam Mishra was ignoring the other parts of the state while sanctioning the irrigation projects in

  • Hudco gets Sebi’s approval to float IPO

    New Delhi: State-run Hudco has received capital markets regulator Sebi’s approval to raise funds through an initial share sale as part of the government’s disinvestment drive.

  • Mumbai: L&T and Shapoorji Pallonji win bid to redevelop two BDD chawls

    Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (Mhada) has given two projects to Larsen & Toubro and Shapoorji Pallonji for redeveloping BDD chawls, this might be the city’s biggest redevelopment project. The Maharashtra government is in process of finalising these two developers. The Larsen & Toubro will redevelop BDD chawls at Naigaon, Dadar and Shapoorji Pallonji Group to redevelop BDD chawls at NM Joshi Marg, Lower Parel.

  • No cashless biz on Vidhan Sabha campus Govt dept stalls don’t even have PoS machines

    BHOPAL: To train the members of legislative assembly on ‘how to do cashless transactions’, the Vidhan Sabha administration conducted a workshop during the Winter Session, but the shops of various government-run departments running on the Vidhan Sabha campus are working on ‘only cash’ basis.

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    Sushma Swaraj extends help to Hyderabadi woman ill-treated by husband in Pakistan

    External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj is popular for her quick redressal of people’s issue. Using social media as a weapon, especially Twitter, the minister always reaches out to people in need. This time, Sushma Swaraj has emerged as a saviour for a Hyderabadi woman who is ill-treated by her in-laws in Pakistan. The victim’s father posted a YouTube message regarding his daughter Mohammadia Begum being mistreated by in Pakistan.

  • CBSE unveils new exam format for Classes VI to IX

    New Delhi: The CBSE has done away with the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) scheme and replaced it with a uniform system of assessment and examination to be followed by its affiliated schools for classes 6 to 9.

  • World Water Day: From water consumers to conservers

    New Delhi: Somewhere in a mountain village in the Himalayas, a woman folds a taro leaf into a cone, fills it with soil, and sows a seed. She waters her little cone with waste water from the kitchen, creating an enabling environment for the seed to germinate in, says a woman researcher of an international institute.

  • Tajamul Islam demands affiliation for Kick Boxing Federation in India

    New Delhi: Kick boxing, like any other sport in India, is making its recognition courtesy junior champion Tajamul Islam, who made the country proud last year by winning the gold medal at the world Kickboxing Championship of under-eight players in Italy’s Andria region.

  • Maharashtra Government incorporates discrimination clause in RERA, and, 7 other clauses to know

    For saving the flat buyers who have to face a lot of trouble while buying a new flat from builders, Government of Maharashtra has come up with Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act (RERA). But on Tuesday Maharashtra government has also incorporated an anti-discriminatory clause in rules under RERA. Nowadays a lot of cases have come up where flat buyers are declined flats owing to their caste, ethnic origin, dietary choices or