Free Press Journal
  • NEET: DME making changes in schedule, last counseling today

    BHOPAL : No counseling was conducted on Saturday for National Eligibility-cum-Entrance  TEST (NEET) on Saturday, as directorate of medical education (DME), making minor changes in counseling schedule, has extended choice filling for another day. Now, Sunday will be the last day of counseling. Supreme Court has given three more days from Thursday to complete the counseling.

  • Women empowerment workshop at Jimmy McGilligan Centre

    Indore : With the aim to empower women for sustainable development, Dr Janak Palta McGIlligan provided training to the tribal women of 10 villages of Dewas District at Jimmy McGilligan Centre for Sustainable Development on Saturday.

  • Bhopal News : Police release advisory to counter Blue Whale

    BHOPAL : To counter the menace of the Blue Whale game, Bhopal police on Saturday issued an advisory for all, which includes keeping a check on the internet search history of kids, Facebook chats, Snapchat, Instagram, E-mail and engaging in healthy conversations with them.

  • Life is beautiful, live it to the fullest

    Story of suicide is as old as the man himself. According to WHO, suicide is the third leading cause of death. Around 80,000 people die because of suicides annually and there are many more who attempts suicide. As a human society, it becomes our responsibility to look for individuals, who are struggling and developing suicidal tendencies

  • Seminar held to understand growth in various sectors

    Ujjain : The Department of economics, Government girls’ postgraduate college, hosted a 1-day seminar on ‘sectoral growth in India’ on Saturday. Experts threw light on growth and future of agriculture, industry and service sectors in India, during the seminar.

  • Ujjain News : 2 cars stolen from different places

    Ujjain : Two cars have been stolen from different places in the city on Friday. In the first incident of  theft, a Swift car from Nanakheda area, parked at a marble and stone warehouse was stolen. The car owner Piyush Kanked lodged a report with Nanakheda police station.

  • National Lok Adalat inaugurated

    Ujjain : National Lok Adalat was inaugurated in the presence of BK Shrivastava and others at the premises of the district and sessions court on Saturday.  District Legal Services Authority, formed 26 benches to solve hundreds of pre-litigation and pending criminal and civil cases, those related to electricity act, labour, accident compensation, bank recovery, cases concerning section 138 of negotiable instrument act, cases of family court, village court, Municipal Corporation, property tax

  • Bhopal News – CM pays courtesy visit to Prez

    BHOPAL : Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan called on the President Ramnath Kovind at New Delhi on Saturday. It was a courtesy call. Chouhan briefed the President on the welfare schemes launched by the state government.

  • Ties with ISI and independent role in serial blasts got Taher the noose

    Mumbai : The special TADA court while handing over death to Taher Merchant, has held that he was one of the brains behind the 1993 Mumbai bomb blasts. The special court also held that Merchant had a close nexus with Pakistani intelligence (ISI) officers, who provided weapon training to the assailants who executed the blasts.

  • Principal suspended, panel to probe 7-yr-old’s gruesome death

    New Delhi : Even as the principal of the Gurugram-based school was suspended over the gruesome death of a 7-year-old student, the CBSE on Saturday formed a two-member fact finding committee to probe the death in Ryan International School and sought a report from its management within two days.

  • Cong names Babaria as MP in-charge

    New Delhi : Gujarat’s veteran leader Deepak Babaria (64), who was working in Rahul Gandhi’s team as a secretary, was on Saturday appointed the 14th general secretary of the AICC and given the charge of the party affairs in Madhya Pradesh.

  • Thinking about FIFA U-17 WC gives me goosebumps: Ali

    New Delhi : Ahead of the FIFA Under-17 World Cup, India team defender Anwar Ali on Saturday defined the tournament, scheduled from October 6, as a surreal experience which gives him goosebumps.