Free Press Journal
  • MP Assembly Elections 2018: Boost to Congress, Jolt to BJP & SAPAKS

    Burhanpur: In a major to boost to Congress and jolt to BJP and emerging Samanya Pichhra Alpsankhyak Kalyan Samaj (SAPAKS) in Burhanpur district ahead of assembly elections, renowned educationist Anand Prakash Chowksey has joined Congress party here on Sunday. Many political pundits in the town anticipates Chowksey’s move will strengthen Congress party here in Burhanpur and Khandwa, traditional bastion of saffron party.

  • Indore Sahakari Dugdh Sangh holds 34th AGM

    Indore: Indore Sahakari Dugdh Sangh organised 34th Annual General Meeting (AGM) at Indore University Sabhagrah recently. Sangh representatives of Indore, Dewas, Khargone, Khandwa, Badwani, Burhanpur, Dhar and Jhabua dugdh samitis participated in the meeting. Bonus and dividend amount of Rs 548L for the year 2014-15 was distributed. Nisarpur Dugdh Samiti under Barwani Dugdh Sheetkendra received the highest amount of Rs 7.15L, followed by Rs 5.79L received by Kudana Dugdh Samiti Indore. Rajpur

  • Bhopal: AIS organises talent search competition

    Burhanpur: In order to choose school head boy and head girl in a transparent manner, Arwachin India School, Burhanpur organised a talent search competition in the school campus on Saturday. On the basis of results, Sayyed Sahil Shams and Smriti Gaur have been declared head boy and head girl, respectively. Competition was organised under direction of academic in-charge Girish Thakur, Sanjay Mahajan, Akshay Vani and Mayur Dhabe and all the students of

  • Bhopal: IT’S OFFICIAL 50K got Rs 500 each to attend Modi show

    Bhopal: Around 50,000 people from 33 districts of the state were paid Rs 500 each to attend Tuesday’s function at Amarkantak tomark conclusion of Narmada Seva Yatra at Amarkantak.The aimwas to impress upon chief guest Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The fund was sanctioned under the Information, Education, Communication (IEC)head of Swachh Bharat Mission (Rural). In official documents the rally was passed off as a ‘training programme.’ Documents depicting money allocation for arranging paid

  • Bhopal: Under-13 team leaves for Goa Super Cup football tourney

    Burhanpur: Burhanpur under-13 football team will represent town in the under-13 Goa Super Cup International Youth Football tournament scheduled to be held in Goa from May 10 to 14.The team has already reached Goa.

  • Bhopal: Archana Chitnis wants Burhanpur monument in UNESCO list

    BHOPAL: Minister for woman and child development Archana Chitnis said that three structures of the state have been included in World Heritage category. Kundi Bhandara of Burhanpur based on water conservation technique and underground transport too should be included in UNESCO World Heritage category. A proposal is being sent to the Union Government in this regard.

  • Bhopal: Health department all set to deal with any outbreak; combat teams formed

    Burhanpur: In order to deal with any outbreak during the ongoing summer season, health department has alerted all the department officials here in Burhanpur. Health department has given necessary directives to the health officials and workers advising them for protection against rising heat.

  • Bhopal: Burhanpur to host CA-CPT from this year

    Burhanpur: Chartered accountant aspirants from Burhanpur now no longer have to travel to other cities to appear in the chartered accountancy common proficiency test (CA-CPT) as Burhanpur town is going to host the test from this year.

  • Bhopal: Eye hospital in the offing, Rs 5 a meal for poor from April 1

    Burhanpur: Lions Club Burhanpur’s Golder Jubilee Year celebration concluded with MJF district governor Lion Sateesh Bhalla’s official visit here on Thursday. The grand programme was chaired by Lion Virendra Singh while Lion Parvinder Bhatia (first vice district governor), Lion Nirmal Kumar Jain (second vice district governor), Lion Dr JP Chauhan (region chairperson), Lion Manohar Wadhwani (zone chairman), and Lion Poonamchand Chhaparwal graced the occasion as special guests. Lioness Saroj Thakur (President Lioness

  • Bhopal: Symposium held on women empowerment

    Burhanpur: Seva Sadan College, Burhanpur organised a symposium on the topic, “Self respect for struggling women” here on Wednesday. The programme was presided over by Prof Ranjeet Chauhan. During his address, Prof Chauhan defined self-respect and pride and said that it is in women’s nature to struggle. On this occasion, Dr Urmila Chaukse, Prof Rupali Shroff, Prof Abhilasha Pandey, Sangita Junagadhe and others also expressed their views. Chairman of Seva Sadan Shiksha

  • Indore: Students informed about child and women rights at awareness programme

    Burhanpur: A programme was organised under the joint aegis of district Legal Service Authority, Lioness Club (LC) Burhanpur and Greater Life for Humanity at Bairy Maidan in Khairati Bazar Government Higher Secondary School on Wednesday. The programme was aimed at spreading awareness regarding rights of women and children.

  • Indore: Dr HS Nayak is new Indore CMHO

    Indore: In a major reshuffle of medical officers, the State Health Department on Monday transferred district immunization officer of Burhanpur Dr HS Nayak as the acting Chief Medical and Health Officer of Indore while transferred Dr Mahesh Malviya, health officer in Indore, as the Chief Medical and Health Officer of Mandsaur.

  • It’s a staged encounter: Jamia teachers’ outfit

    New Delhi :  The Jamia Teachers’ Solidarity Association on Tuesday slammed the killing of eight undertrial prisoners in a supposed encounter less than 12 hours of their escape from the Bhopal Central Jail and asserted that the brazen staged encounter is part of the bogey of SIMI being raised in Madhya Pradesh for long.

  • Met office warns of heavy rains in Bhopal, 13 other dists

    Bhopal: Bhopal, which has faced the brunt of excessive rain just a couple of days ago, may experience another spell of it as meteorological department on Monday issued warning of heavy rain for Bhopal and other districts including Vidisha, Guna, Ashok Nagar, Agar, Shajapur, Indore, Rajgarh, Burhanpur, Khargone, Badwani, Neemuch, Mandsaur, Shivpuri districts in the next 24 hours.

  • Children spend gala time with commissioner

    BURHANPUR : Angandwadi children of Titgaon village enjoyed a gala time with divisional commissioner Sanjay Dubey here on Friday. The commissioner was here to inspect the village under the Smart Village project. He was highly impressed by the enthusiasm of the children at Anganwadi. He played games with them and asked several questions related to Maths and English.

  • Be ready for rainy Independence Day

    BHOPAL : Heavy rain is likely to continue in Bhopal division and in other places in the state over the next 24 hours Meanwhile, incessant rain continued to lash the state capital for the third consecutive day on Thursday.   As per the Meteorological department, upper air circulation lies over North-West Madhya Pradesh and adjoining Rajasthan. The axis of trough passes through Guna and centre of Low Pressure Areas lies over South East

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