Free Press Journal
  • Justin Bieber’s Mumbai concert to have 50 posh window box seats!

    If you are a Belieber, and , you are right now in India, it is the perfect time for you to meet your pop idol Justin Bieber, right here in the city. The pop sensation will be arriving in Mumbai in a couple of days for his concert which is to be held on the 10th of May, at the DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai. Earlier we gave you a list

  • North Korea could lose its sole friend China

    Relations between China and North Korea have been going through a seeming strained phase especially in the wake of Chinese economic and strategic interests being jeopardized by Pyongyang’s confrontation with the US which could lead to hostilities between the two countries. The North Korean state media recently issued a stinging denunciation of China, which has been an unabashed friend, saying Beijing should be grateful for North Korea’s protection. The official Korean Central News Agency

  • India’s South Asia satellite a major boon

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s idea of an Indian satellite to be launched to benefit South Asian nations is all set to be achieved as G-Sat-9 shoots into orbit today (Friday). With the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) grounded due to Indo-Pak souring of ties, this satellite seeks to cement this country’s ties with its South Asian neighbours minus Pakistan of course. The regional integration would benefit Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal and

  • Bhopal: Workshop for failed students of class X, XII

    BHOPAL: To support the students failing in class 10th and 12th examination, State Open School will be organising workshops in all 51 districts for providing guidance to students. Open School board, School Education Department will also start efficiency program for making teachers efficient in computers.

  • There is a method in Pakistan’s madness

    WHAT India needs to worry about is its own response to the beheadings; the establishment followed a familiar script, going through a predictable game of dumb charade: The nation offered its heartfelt condolences to the soldiers’ families on their bereavement, there was some ‘ghor ninda’ of the faceless executioners, the DGMO declared the Army’s resolve to give Pakistan an unequivocal response at a time and place of its choosing, a message was also put

  • Bhopal: Well-off to lose PDS benefit

    BHOPAL: Financially sound families will be removed from the eligibility list of those getting ration from PDS. Criteria for removal of names of such financially sound families from the beneficiary list are being fixed.

  • Has Vipassana killed RaGa’s political instincts?

    Four summers ago, between April 23 and 25, Rahul Gandhi organised a two-day Youth Congress meet at a most unlikely venue – a Jain Ashram in Mohan Kheda, 87 kms from Indore, where he addressed 50-odd youth leaders on the first day and then drove off to Bhopal to attend a series of party functions. The Ashram has a strict regimen of discipline. No food grown in soil like onion, potato or any other

  • Bhopal: Petrol pumps to be checked to ensure safe practice

    BHOPAL: Petrol pumps will be examined to ensure that petrol-diesel pump machines are intact and there is no irregularity. The investigation will be carried out by the Oil Company, Weights & Measures and Food Department.

  • Bhopal: 2 held for making fake Facebook profile of girl

    BHOPAL: The state cyber police arrested two men accused of making a fake profile of a girl on Wednesday. The two accused were arrested from Balaghat and Seoni districts respectively, police said.

  • Bhopal: Youth booked for suicide attempt

    BHOPAL: A 24-year-old man was booked by police allegedly for attempting suicide by inflicting injuries on himself with a blade on Wednesday late night at Habibganj locality. The accused who injured himself in the toilet of the police station after being granted permission to attend nature’s call was rushed to a nearby hospital where his condition is now stable, police said.

  • India set to launch South Asia Satellite from Sriharikota today

    Chenna: A 28-hour countdown for the Friday launch of the South Asia Satellite or GSAT-9 commenced on Thursday, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) announced. According to ISRO, the countdown began at 12.57 p.m.

  • Bhopal: Poets regale at kavi sammelan

    NASRULLAGANG: An all-India Kavi Sammelan was organised in the town on May 1 to mark the birthday of Adi Shankaracharya and Labour Day.  The kavi sammelan was organised by the municipality in collaboration with Shabdshree.  Mukesh Molwa read out a poem on Peshwa Bajirao to hail the Indian soldiers. Jalal Maikash from Bhopal presented his work on communal harmony. Anita Mauryra, Devendra Pratap Aag, Vijay Giri, Shredesh Chaube and Kusum Sharma presented

  • Bhopal: Uttar Pradesh team visits sanitary napkin unit

    CHHATTARPUR: A 23-member group of women from Uttar Pradesh reached Alipura in the district on Wednesday to inspect the sanitary napkin manufacturing unit being run by an SHG. The group was led Adil Abbad, project manager, Uttar Pradesh State Rural Livelihoods Mission. The team also visited the Alipura village and Dharampura.

  • Bhopal: 7th junior hockey tourney underway

    BHOPAL: In the seventh junior hockey tournament being played in the city, eight matches were played at the Aishbagh Hockey Stadium and Dhyanchand Hockey Stadium. The match between Hockey Patiala and Hockey Punjab was won by Hockey Punjab 3-1. The other matches were won by Hockey Chandigarh, Hockey Haryana, Hockey Gangapur Odisha, Hockey Jharkhand, Hockey Kurg and Hockey Odisha.

  • Bhopal: ‘Yaadein’ begins with Mohan Rakesh’s play ‘Aadhe-Adhure’

    The four-day 27th Iftekhar Smriti Natya Evam Samman Samaraoh ‘Yaadein’ began with classic play of Mohan Rakesh ‘Aadhe – Adhure’ on Thursday at Antarang Hall of Bharat Bhawan. The realistic play, which talks about the tragedy of middle class family was directed and conceptualised by well-known theatre actor and art director Jayant Deshmukh and presented beautifully by MPSD’s students. The story of play unfolds on a meticulously designed set reflecting the sixties

  • Bhopal: ‘Each gram panchayat should plant 1000 saplings’

    HOSHANGABAD: While reviewing the work of the rural development department here on Thursday, Collector Avinash Lavania said that two water conservation schemes should be launched in every village panchayat. He said that on July 2, at least 1000 saplings should be planted in every village Panchayat. Saplings should be planted on public premises, roadsides and on the banks of canals. He said that the land for plantation should be identified in advance. 

  • Collective effort makes Bhopal second cleanest city of India

    BHOPAL: In what could be termed as a great leap forward, Bhopal has been declared as the second cleanest city of India in Swacch Survekshan survey-2017 by Union minister of urban development, Venkaiah Naidu on Thursday. Bhopal, which was ranked at 21st position in the 2016 survey, jumped 19 positions upward to claim the second spot among 500 cities across the country.