Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Right posture can keep back pain at bay

    BHOPAL: What is lower back pain? What causes pain in the neck? Why joints start paining?  These and many other FAQs were answered by Dr Sneha Joshi, head of the physiotherapy department of Career College at a free physiotherapy camp organised by the college at Arya Bhawan.

  • Bhopal: IGRMS holds exhibition on ‘Naga Memoirs’

    BHOPAL: Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalya (IGRMS) organised an exhibition on ‘Naga Memoirs – Narrating the Cult of Fertility’. Nagas, largest tribal group of North-East India, have their glorious culture that fascinates the world. The present exhibition houses some important collections of the Naga tribe that narrate the splendid tradition of fertility cult and its association with social achievement. The Naga villages used to have a very profound social and political organisation

  • Bhopal: ‘Condition of women better than earlier’

    BHOPAL: “It’s all in our head. I think the condition of women is better than earlier. They are safer now. No doubt, the vision and thought of society towards women is still old but we will have to learn to stick to our stand. There is no need to be confined to the restrictions that we have to do this or that only,” said TV actor Sneha Wagh on women safety. She

  • Bhopal: ‘Jalvayu Parivartan Chetna’ prog at government girls’ school

    BHOPAL: At least 48 students participated in painting, essay and slogan writing competitions under ‘Jalvayu Parivartan Chetna Karyakram’ organised at Government Kasturba Higher Secondary Girls’ School. Students showcased their talent and expressed their views on environment through gripping and exciting slogans. Some of the girls took permission for sitting on the floor and were so engrossed that they did not even wait for anything and completed the painting before others. At least

  • Bhopal: Premchand’s ‘Aashiq Daroga’ staged at Tribal Museum

    BHOPAL: A Hindi play ‘Aashiq Daroga’ was staged under a series ‘Abhinayan’ at Tribal Museum on Friday. It was organised by Aadivasi Lok Kala Evam Boli Vikas Akademi. Based on story collection ‘Mansarovar’ of Munshi Premchand, the play was directed by Dinesh Nair. Based on urban lifestyle, the play criticised the present social system. It is the saga of a cunning man who works in the police department. How some changes in

  • Bhopal: EPCO’s PG dip-in-Environmental Management starts April 24

    BHOPAL: The annual examination of Post Graduate Diploma in Environmental Management (PGDEM) of EPCO Institute of Environmental Studies will be held from April 24 to May 2, in which five written examinations and viva voce will be conducted. The admission for the academic year 2017-18 will start from April 2017. EPCO Institute started the PG diploma course in 2011-2012, which constitutes the introduction to environmental protection and management and awareness towards environment.

  • Bhopal: WWF organises walkathon on eve of Earth Hour

    BHOPAL: Just a day before Earth Hour on Saturday, around 200 students and volunteers of World Wildlife Fund-India (WWF-I), Bhopal organised a walkathon from WWF-I office on Friday. All the participants wore same clothes which had a message of energy conservation on them. Raising slogans, ‘Save energy and conserve energy’, the walk started from WWF office, and passing from 7 No. Stop, Campion School ended at WWF office. The main attraction of

  • Bhopal: ‘Family planning should be taught in schools, colleges’

    BHOPAL: “Increasing population is a big challenge and family planning should be taught in schools and colleges so that the coming generation is fully aware about this problem,” said the representatives of various groups in a workshop of Family Planning Association of India (FPA) at Hotel Palash on Friday. Congress leader Mukesh Nayak, Rameshwar Sharma, MLA Huzur Bhopal, Jayvardhan Singh, MLA Radhogarh also participated in the workshop. National director of FPA HR

  • Bhopal: Irked by minister’s reply MLA stages walkout

    BHOPAL: PWD minister Rampal Singh said students did not have any problem even though approach road was ‘kuchha’ in Vidisha district. Moreover,   MLA Nishank Kumar Jain should also utilise MLA’s discretionary fund for construction of approach roads to six schools.

  • Bhopal: Engineers on a strike for various demands

    CHHATTARPUR: The engineers of the district have proceeded on a strike in support of their various demands. On Friday, they took out a vehicle rally and handed over a memorandum addressed to the chief minister to the collector.

  • Bhopal: ‘Sufficient fire brigades in Indore’

    BHOPAL: UAD minister Maya Singh, in reply to call attention motion, said there were sufficient fire fighters and water to douse fire in case any fire incident happened in Indore.

  • Bhopal: ICARDA doing great work for farmers said APC

    SEHORE: ‘Farmer’s Day’ was celebrated at the centre of International Centre for Agricultural Research in Dry Areas (ICARDA) at Amlaha on Monday. Chief guest was state agriculture production commissioner (APC) PC Meena. Speaking on the occasion, he said ICARDA was doing good work for the farmers. The MP government would provide all possible cooperation to the institute.

  • Bhopal: Government will ensure safety of Indians living in US said PM

    HOSHANGABAD: The Prime Minister assured the Lok Sabha that the government was keeping an eye on the developments in the USA and would do everything possible to ensure the security and safety of Indians residing in that country. The GST Bill was presented and the finance minister said demonetisation was aimed at curbing corruption, combating terrorism and flushing out black money.

  • Bhopal: Tension prevails after stabbing incident

    Khargone: Tension prevailed here in few parts of Khargone town after some unidentified anti-socials stabbed a person belonging to minority community here on Friday evening.

  • Bhopal: Two government school principals suspended

    BHOPAL: Divisional commissioner Ajatshatru Shrivastava has placed two principals and a teacher of two high and higher secondary schools in Sehore district under suspension for failure to collect confidential material in connection with the high and higher secondary school examinations of MPBSE. Shamshintasa Quereshi, principal, Govt HS Pachama and Nilofar Nasir, principal and Pratibha Sharma, teacher, Govt HSS Sehore have been suspended. They have been attached to the office of the DEO,

  • Bhopal: Youth coming forward to know about RSS ideology

    BHOPAL: “The youth are coming forward to know about the RSS ideology, and increasing the number of new branches is the answer,” said RSS Prant Sah Sanchalak Ashok Pandey in a press conference here on Friday.

  • Doctors Strike: IMA and MARD disown agitating members, CM warns of action

    Mumbai : Despite Indian Medical Association (IMA) and Maharashtra Association of Resident Doctors (MARD) calling off the strike, junior resident doctors have refused to withdraw from the agitation and said they would speak to their lawyers before arriving at a decision.