Free Press Journal
  • DAVV forms 12 committees for NAAC team’s visit

    Indore: In view of National Assessment and Accreditation Council ( NAAC) peer team’s visit to the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya ( DAVV) for renewing its accreditation, the university has constituted 12 committees that would play their respective roles during the three- day stay of the visiting team here.

  • ‘ Many lives can be saved through Basic Life Support’

    Indore: “ About six lakh people die every year in our country due to various reasons like accidents, cardiac arrest, choking, etc. Many of them could be saved through the Basic Life Support. The method for providing Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation- Basic Life Support ( CPR- BLS) is the simplest way to save anyone’s life at the time of emergency.” This was stated by national chairperson of Indian Academy of Paediatrics- Basic Life Support

  • Fog continues to affect air traffic

    Indore : The dense fog in New Delhi continues to hit Indore- bound flights. On Thursday, Air India’s AI- 635 flight arrived almost an hour late at 8.05 am and departed at 8.35am. The scheduled arrival and departure of the flight is 7.15 am and 7.50 pm respectively. Similarly, Jet Airways’ 9W2385/ 6 Mumbai- Indore- Mumbai flight arrived at 10.45 pm and departed at 23.15 pm. Its scheduled arrival and

  • Vora behind Katare’s elevation

    Katare was deputy minister in state government, when Vora was chief minister in 1989

  • Sitasharan Sharma elected Speaker unanimously

    BHOPAL: Dr. Sitasharan Sharma, MLA from Hoshangabad, was unanimously elected as Speaker of the state assembly on Thursday. Sharma, in his maiden address as Speaker, said that he had assumed charge a only a few minutes back and no one should harbour any doubts or apprehensions about him.

  • Business Advisory committee constituted

    BHOPAL: The Legislative assembly, on Thursday, announced the constitution of business advisory committee for the year 2014- 15. It will be headed by Speaker Dr Sitasharan Sharma and will include chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, minister for Home Babulal Gaur, minister for Parliamentary Affairs and health Dr Narottam Mishra, minister for Finance Jayant Malaiya, Minister for Forests Gaurishankar Shejwar, Minister for Panchayats and rural development Gopal Bhargava, Minister for Urban

  • Two Lok Sabha members in list of BJP saboteurs

    •  Dhruvnarain, Munna Bhadoria among 102 asked to show cause 
    • Party may avoid tough action in view of General elections

    BHOPAL: The list of saboteurs of Bharatiya Janata Party’s poll effort in the Assembly elections in the State includes two MPs: Ganesh Singh and Govind Mishra. Singh is an MP from Satna while Mishra represents Sidhi.At a meeting of Disciplinary committee of the party

  • ‘Killing me won’t help’ Kejriwal

    And Now, AAP’s “Nukad Durbar”

    New Delhi :  A day after introducing an anti-corruption helpline, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal came up with yet another innovative step that would help enhance the interface between the elected representatives and the people.

  • Cong demands free water in city; walks out

    BMC chairman says agreement with Centre bars free water supply City engineers’ financial powers increased

  • MI, CSK eye full retentions, RCB to keep Gayle, virat

    New Delhi: Defending champions Mumbai Indians (MI) and the formidable Chennai Super Kings (CSK) are the two franchises, which are set to retain all five players when the teams submit their lists today for the upcoming seventh edition of Indian Premier League (IPL).

  • Fiery Thakur puts Mumbai on top

    Mumbai: Young Mumbai pacer Shardul Thakur produced an incisive four-wicket haul after the home team’s tail wagged merrily to put the defending champions in total command of the Ranji Trophy quarterfinal against Maharashtra on Thursday.

  • Centre confesses coal allocations went awry

    New Delhi :  The Centre made a candid admission on Thursday before the Supreme Court that something indeed went wrong with the coal blocks allocation and that it could have been done in a more refined manner.

  • Rasool hits ton; Punjab take lead

    Vadodara: Skipper Perveez Rasool led from the front with a scintillating century as Jammu and Kashmir fought back gallantly to leave their Ranji Trophy quarter-final match against strong contenders Punjab evenly poised on Thursday.In reply to Punjab’s first innings score of 304, Jammu and Kashmir rode on Rasool’s gutsy 103 off 137 balls before folding up for 277, conceding a slender first innings lead of 27 runs on the second

  • US judge rejects Devyani petition

    New York :  In a major setback to Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade, a federal judge has rejected her plea to extend the January 13 deadline for a preliminary hearing on the visa fraud issue, the date by when she has to be charged.

  • New-look India ready to spring surprises

    After a disappointing 2013, the Sardar Singh-led side aims to make a fresh start as they open their campaign against higher-ranked England

  • TV editor on AAP bandwagon, Medha Patkar may be next

    New Delhi : Senior television journalist Ashutosh is likely to join the Aam Aadmi Party. On Thursday he announced his resignation as the managing editor of a Hindi news channel.

  • Rampant Rafa ready to dethrone Djokovic

    Melbourne: World No.1 Rafael Nadal will attempt to dethrone Novak Djokovic and put a new wave of celebrity coaches to the test when he returns to the Australian Open.Nadal missed last year’s edition during a seven-month injury break with knee trouble before making a stunning comeback to win 10 titles in 2013, including the French Open and US Open. Now the rampant Spaniard will take aim at Djokovic’s three-year reign

  • BJP asks PM to quit

    The BJP immediately took the cue and demanded the Prime Minister’s resignation. “Dr Manmohan Singh, will you permit yourself to be questioned by the CBI? They talk of fighting corruption…we would like to ask Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi if they will allow CBI to question the PM,” said senior BJP leader Ravi Shanker Prasad.