Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Experts give tips to keep stress at bay

    Bhopal: Class X and XII board examinations will be held next month. City’s counsellors, psychologists and psychiatrists have shared tips with Free Press on how the board examinees, parents and teachers can keep away the stress. Excerpts

  • Bhopal: Mercury starts rising up, warner days ahead

    Bhopal: After a brief spell of chill, temperature increased marginally in the state as the western disturbance has started moving eastward. However, day as well as night temperature is still reeling below normal but it has started rising slowly. Western disturbance had affected the state causing rain and hailstorm.

  • ‘Padman’ made tax-free in Rajasthan

    Jaipur: Akshay Kumar’s latest release “Padman“, which creates awareness about menstrual hygiene, will be made tax-free in Rajasthan, Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje announced on Friday.

  • Ujjain: Administrative officers assigned new set of duties, collector revamps major positions

    Ujjain: Collector Sanket Bhondve issued orders to redistribute work among all the officers of the Indian Administrative Services and State Administrative Services in the district. In the new work division, deputy-collector Pradeep Soni has been appointed as sub-divisional officer and sub-divisional magistrate of Tarana sub-division.

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    Bhopal: Motilal science college waits for CM to inaugurate new building

    Bhopal: The new administrative building of Motilal Vigyan Mahavidyalaya is awaiting inauguration by chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan for past five months. The ‘A’ grade college is struggling to provide space for classes, laboratories to more than 3000 students in old buildings. The college sent many letters to chief minister to inaugurate the administrative building but CM Chouhan failed to find time for inauguration. The new building was constructed at the cost

  • Ludhiana civic polls: 6 SAD leaders expelled for anti-party activities

    Ludhiana (Punjab): Ahead of the civic elections in Punjab’s Ludhiana, the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) on Friday expelled six leaders from the party over “anti-party activities”. “Harpreet Singh Bedi, Veeran Bedi, Gurdeep Singh Leel, Gurpal Singh Kohli, Sohan Singh Goga and Kulwinder Kaur Goga have been expelled from the party on grounds of anti-party activities,” said SAD leader Maheshinder Singh Grewal.

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    Bhopal: Hanging tree branches pose problems for commuters

    Bhopal: Overgrown branches of road side trees have been creating problems for traffic users specially at night in state capital. Central Electricity Distribution Co Ltd prunes these branches in the name of maintenance. But in the process, power supply gets disrupted. The tree branches even break the power supply lines.

  • Ujjain: CMC issues host of orders to keep city clean during cleanliness inspection

    Ujjain: Commissioner Municipal Corporation (CMC) Dr Vijay Kumar J inspected cleanliness arrangements and public toilets in the public places like Dewas Gate bus stand, the railway station, Nanakheda bus stand, Daulatganj vegetable market, the parking lot of old patwari training centre, anaaj mandi in Dudhtalai, new vegetable market in Daulatganj and Ram Prasad Bhargava marg, on Friday.

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    Bombay High Court says to state government, it’s time to focus on pedestrians’ convenience

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Friday batted for the safety and security of pedestrians and said it is time to focus on the convenience of pedestrians and their free movement on the streets of Mumbai. The HC has also asked the Union government to clarify its stand on making ‘parking proof’ mandatory for potential customers at the time of purchase of a vehicle.

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    Meghna Naidu to do Bengali film after over a decade

    Mumbai: Actress Meghna Naidu, whose last project in Bengali was the 2004 film “Coolie”, is now shooting for the Bengali movie titled “Sitara”. “I am excited to make a comeback in the Bengali entertainment industry. I am shooting for ‘Sitara’,” Meghna said in a statement.

  • Indore: Investment in long term capital bonds no more lucrative

    Indore: The Union budget presented by finance minister Arun Jaitley has some proposals which are indeed spiky, especially for those who wish to save long term capital gain (LTCG) tax by purchasing long term capital bonds.