Free Press Journal
  • People say India’s success story is over, but BJP does not agree: Rajnath Singh

    New Delhi: Launching a strident criticism of the economic policies of the ruling UPA regime here on Saturday, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Rajnath Singh said that when the National Democratic Alliance was in power between 1998 and 2004, India’s current account was in surplus.

  • Most deaths in stampede due to suffocation: Mumbai Police

    Mumbai: Reacting to the stampede that broke out near the Malabar Hill residence of Dawoodi Bohra community leader late Dr. Syedna Mohammed Burhanuddin, which claimed 18 lives, Mumbai Police Commissioner Satyapal Singh said most of the deaths were due to suffocation.

  • Pushkar’s body shifted to AIIMS for post-mortem

    New Delhi: The body of Sunanda Pushkar, wife of Union Minister Shashi Tharoor, was today shifted to the AIIMS for post-mortem as police continued to probe various angles including suicide in the case.

  • Umashankar most frugal, Mallaiya most spendthrift among ministers

    BHOPAL: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan spent Rs 10.10 lakh in his campaigning for Assembly elections from Budhni seat while he spent Rs 9.77 lakh in elections in Vidisha. This information has come to the fore in a report published by Madhya Pradesh Election Watch on election expenditure in assembly elections.

  • Deputy Speaker appears in Dewas court, released on bail

    BHOPAL :Economic Offences Wing ( EOW) of MP Police, on Friday, filed chargesheet against recently appointed Deputy Speaker of legislative Assembly Rajendra Singh, a senior Congress leader, in Dewas court in a corruption and fraud case. The Deputy Speaker appeared in the court and was let off on bail on a personal bond of Rs 25,000. The case, filed in 2008 by the EOW, is related to Rajendra Singh’s tenure

  • Crying foul, CAT candidate creates chaos at IIM- I

    Indore: Failing to score well in the Common Admission Test ( CAT)- 2013, a candidate along with some of his friends created chaos on the campus of Indian Institute of Management, Indore alleging flaw in evaluation of answer sheets and seeking revaluation.

  • ‘ Be a leader of people first’

    Indore: “ Be a leader of people first, then the business. It is people who develop business and they will help the company grow. That’s why we need leader of people first and then leader of business.” Renowned business advisor, author and speaker Dr Ram Charan, who was given ‘ Life Time Global Excellence Award by Indore Management Association ( IMA)’, gave some business mantra with august audience, on Friday.

  • Rocket shell found

    Indore: A panic like situation prevailed for some time in Tejaji Nagar police station area when a rocket shell found while digging of land on Friday. According to Investigating Officer S- I S Kumar, officials reached the spot and took it under possession. He added that the shell was a

  • Free Press ‘ on the spot’painting competition tomorrow !

    Indore: Like every year, Free Press is organising its annual painting competition for school students at its premises, on Sunday. Students from Class I to II can take part in it. The competition is being organized in association with DHL Infrabulls International Pvt Ltd. The reporting time is 9.30 am, on Sunday at Free Press Campus, Press Complex.

  • Intelligence and security system to be strengthened: IGPs

    Ujjain: Unfolding his priorities for the year 2014, Ujjain Zone IG V Madhukumar on Friday said that the local intelligence and security system will be improved. “ Existing system will be strengthened, inter- departmental coordination will be improved and tipoff system will be made more effective,” he said addressing a press conference at the Police Control Room.

  • UMC Deputy Commissioner – Mayor indulge in arguments during Law Committee meeting

    Ujjain:Ujjain Municipal Corporation ( UMC) Deputy Commissioner S N Mishra and Mayor Rameshwar Akhand indulged in arguments during Law and General Administration Committee meeting held here on Friday. Mishra expressed anger over allegations of Mayor Akhand on appointment of employees seeking bribe by UMC officials.

  • Royal Refrigeration showroom inaugurated

    Ujjain : Royal Refrigeration showroom was inaugurated here on Friday morning in the presence of Guruji Hardev Singh Sukhwal, MLA Mohan adav, former MLA Shiva Kotwani, former UDA Chairman Kishore Khandelwal, Press Club President Shailendra Kulmi, member Deepak Belani and others. The showroom was inaugurated after cutting ribbon by guests. Trilok Belani

  • Free Press’ on- the- spot painting contest on Jan 19

    Ujjain: Elaborate arrangements are being made at the Kalidas Sanskrit Academy premises in view of Free Press’ third ‘ On- the- Spot’ painting competition.This year, the event is being organised on January 19 ( Sunday).Informing the same, event convener Nirukt Bhargava said that there will be one hour for the participants to draw their imaginations on the canvass.

  • Special Committee demanded under Advocate Act

    Ujjain ; Advocate and one of the contestants of State Bar Council of MP, Dwarkadhish Chowdhary wrote to the Vice- president of Bar Council of India, New Delhi, Zafar Ahmad Khan for seeking appointment of Special Committee under Section 8 A of the Advocate Act in State Bar Council. He mentioned in the letter that the State Bar Council of MP and its office bearers have failed to convene the election as

  • Yuki-Venus create upset; Paes-Stepanek advance

    Melbourne: Wild card entrants Yuki Bhambri and Michael Venus created a big upset by dumping 10th seeded Jean-Julien Rojer and Horia Tecau out of the Australian Open while Leander Paes and Radek Stepanek scored an easy straight sets win on Friday.

  • Maria calls for more clarity on heat policy

    Sydney: Russian star Maria Sharapova has reportedly urged tennis officials to clear the confusion over what constitutes unplayable conditions after she was forced to play in temperatures above 40 degrees Celsius at the Australian Open. The heat forced matches to be suspended during afternoon on Thursday after the tournament referee used his discretionary powers to stop play after the wet-bulb temperature reached a certain level and was forecast to remain

  • Negative reporting almost forced Chinese Li Na to retire

    Melbourne: Negative reporting by Chinese media frustrated Asia’s first Grand Slam singles winner, Li Na, so much that she contemplated retiring from the game. Li, who won the 2011 French Open, was criticized after being defeated by American Bethanie Mattek-Sands in the second round at Roland Garros.