Free Press Journal
  • E- ration card, food ATM facility in a year: Shah

    • Consumer will have the option to purchase rations from his choice of ration shop.
    • No APL family from March 1
    • Food Dept will itself distribute the food grains to shops.
    • Linkage arrangement will be terminated.
    • FIR will be lodged within one ear against the accused

    Indore: The Food and Civil Supplies Department is going hi- tech and will soon introduce eration card and Food

  • UPA govt hampering growth of Ambedkar’s birth place: Gajbhiye

    INDORE: BJP Scheduled Caste Cell national spokesperson and Dr Ambedkar Parinirvan Samman Samiti national president Indresh Gajbhiye accused the Congress- led United Progressive Alliance ( UPA) Government of hampering the progress of Mhow located birth place of Dr Ambedkar.

  • Avantika Gas pipeline damaged at Banganga

    Indore: The Avantika Gas Ltd’s ( AGL) pipeline was damaged on Tuesday at Banganga area due to civil work. However, it was repaired within one hour. Avantika Gas Ltd Managing Director Pradip Madan told Free Press that a JCB machine had damaged the main supply line of the AGL during road construction work at Banganga. Within one hour, it was repaired and supply was restored.

  • Schools to be closed till Jan 11 for students up to Class VIII

    Indore: The district administration has declared holidays for government and private schools from KG- 1 to class VIII from January 8 to 11 in view of cold- wave. However, classes 9th to 12th will remain open though the timings shall be changed.

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    Priyanka gets active to calm Cong nerves

    New Delhi :  It is a measure of the turbulence in the oldest political party of the country. Congress president Sonia Gandhi’s daughter Priyanka participated in a meeting of senior party leaders, and even without its details filtering out there was wild speculation of her role in the forthcoming general elections.

  • Opp sniffs ‘Cong plot’ in LeT recce

    Lucknow :  The issue of suspected Lashkar-e-Toiba operatives having met the riot victims living in Muzaffarnagar has taken a curious turn with the Delhi police claiming that the LeT operatives had indeed met two people in Muzaffarnagar region, but the latter were not riot victims.

  • MLAs’ study tour at 300 km per hr!

    Bangalore :  Recently extravagant trips of Karnataka legislators to monkey parks and beaches in Rio in Brazil had made headlines.

  • BJP trespasses in NCP belt, ropes in Shetty

    Mumbai :  The Swabhimaani Shetkari Sanghatana, led by Lok Sabha member Raju Shetty, on Tuesday joined the NDA, boosting the saffron combine’s hope of penetrating the sugar belt in western Maharashtra, which remains the unchallenged bastion of the ruling Congress-NCP combine.

  • Struggling Mumbai face Maharashtra in state derby

    The two arch-rivals meet in what is considered to be the Maharashtra state version of the well-known ‘War of Roses’ between Lancashire and Yorkshire in the English county.

  • BCCI rubbishes reports of new cricket league

    In a issue dated 7 January 2014, a published report about a cricket event to be played in the Middle East. The BCCI wishes to clarify that this is incorrect Sanjay Patel BCCI Secretary

  • Zol confident of doing well in U-19 World Cup

    Mumbai: Maharashtra batsman Vijay Zol, who led the India under-19 squad to the Asia Cup title, said the team would not rest on its laurels and look to perform well in next month’s Junior World Cup in the UAE.”The team has been doing well for the last four tournaments. There has been no single hero.

  • Hurt Pietersen eager to emerge from the Ashes

    London: Kevin Pietersen has insisted he has no intention of retiring and is determined to help England regain the Ashes next year. Pietersen’s future has been under the spotlight during England’s recent 5-0 Ashes series thrashing in Australia, with the 33-year-old star batsman managing a  total of only 294 runs in the five tests at an average of under 30.

  • Leave us alone in peace: Schumacher’s wife to media

    Berlin: Michael Schumacher’s wife called on reporters to stay away from the French hospital where he is being treated for life-threatening injuries from a skiing accident, and to leave her family alone.”Please support our shared fight with Michael. It is important to me that you take the pressure off the doctors and the hospital so they can do their work,” Corinna Schumacher said in a statement addressed “to the media”.

  • ‘Missing’ actress had staged drama to elope

    Mumbai :  Marathi actress Alka Punewar, who ‘mysteriously disappeared’ on December 27 while she was on her way to Uran for a stage show, has been traced in Chennai. Initial reports seem to suggest that she wanted to elope with her paramour and had scripted the “missing” drama.