Free Press Journal
  • Prize distribution in Art festival

    Ujjain : Artists from Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka, Haryana, Punjab, Kathmandu and Russia painted beautiful paintings on canvas at the ongoing annual International Art Festival organised by Kalavart Nyas,. 45 senior artists and 70 junior artists are showcasing their talent in the festival.

  • APS annual function witnesses grandeur galore

    Mhow : The Army Public School (APS) Mhow celebrated its annual function on Saturday.  School patron Lt Gen Rajeev Sabherwal VSM, conveyed his best wishes to the staff and students of the school.

  • ‘Lack of training, awareness among nurses putting life of newborns on stake’

    Indore : Aimed at decreasing chances of caesarean deliveries, Ishan Foundation and Obstetrics and Gynaecology Society organised a workshop on Cardiotocography (CTG) in city on Saturday. More than 100 gynaecologists participated in the workshop and learnt about CTG technique to detect diseases in fetes in early stage towards safe delivery.

  • Jain saints visit Sevadham Ashram

    Ujjain : During Ujjain visit on Saturday, Jain seer Mahendra Rishi described helping the needy as supreme religion. Addressing a religious meet at Sevadham Ashram, he said that serving the needy acts as a life-refreshing medicine.  Mahendra Rishi along with Akshay Rishi, Hitendra Rishi and Amrit Rishi also inspected the ashram project and talked to inmates. Eminent personalities from different cities like Indore, Shivpuri and Harda participated in the meet.

  • Ex-CAG Vinod Rai owes an explanation: Sena

    Mumbai : Terming the verdict by the CBI court in the 2G spectrum case as “a slap” on the face of the BJP and others who “exploited it politically”, the Shiv Sena on Saturday targeted the original whistle blower, ex-Comptroller & Auditor General (CAG) Vinod Rai.

  • Himanta made BJP’s Tripura poll in-charge, Rijiju for Nagaland

    New Delhi: The BJP on Saturday appointed Himanta Biswa Sarma, a key party strategist for the northeast region, as its election in-charge for Tripura and Union minister Kiren Rijiju for Nagaland. Assembly elections in the two states are likely to be held early next year, reports PTI.

  • Rousing reception given to Kanimozhi & Raja by DMK

    Chennai : A grand reception was accorded to DMK leaders, Rajya Sabha member Kanimozhi and former Union Telecom Minister A. Raja, on their arrival at the airport here on Saturday after their acquittal in the 2G spectrum allocation case.

  • New Market to remain open till 2am on Saturdays

    Bhopal : One of the busiest and crowded markets in the city, New Market remained open till late night Saturday. The purpose of opening the market till late in the night was to instill confidence among women that they are free to roam in the city even in the dark.

  • Junior National Equestrian Championship 2017 – State players win 7 medals on inaugural day

    BHOPAL : The players of the State Equestrian Academy on Saturday brought laurels to state by winning seven medals in show jumping, dressaj, and open-show jumping event on the inaugural day of Junior National Equestrian Championship 2017. The meet was formally inaugurated by minister of sports and youth welfare Yashodhara Raje Scindia.

  • ‘Live’ a government doctor’s life for a day to understand stress: AIIMS doctors to Modi

    New Delhi : Backing the protest by doctors in Rajasthan for higher pay, promotion and changes in shifts, the doctors’ body at AIIMS on Saturday invited Prime Minister Narendra Modi to “live” a government doctor’s life for a day to understand their stress and helplessness and also take note of the “dying healthcare system”.

  • Protect medical profession’s interests: IMA appeals to MPs

    New Delhi: The Indian Medical Association (IMA), which has strongly been opposing the draft National Medical Commission bill that seeks to replace the Medical Council of India with a new body, has urged parliamentarians to protect the interests of the medical profession.

  • BJP campaign for simultaneous polls

    New Delhi : The Bhartiya Janata Party are campaigning at every opportunity for the simultaneous Lok Sabha and Assembly elections as repeatedly enunciated by PM Modi.

  • Woman robbed at knife-point inside house

    BHOPAL : An elderly woman, wife of a retired BHEL employee was robbed of her gold chain and bangles worth Rs 35,000 at knife-point in Piplani area, police said on Saturday.

  • ‘Parrikar compromising Goa’s interests’

    Panaji: The Goa unit of Shiv Sena has accused Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar of compromising Goa’s interests on the Mahadeyi river.