Free Press Journal
  • It’s an honour to contest from Varanasi: Modi

    New Delhi:  BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi late Saturday thanked the party for announcing his candidature for the Lok Sabha polls from the temple town of Varanasi.

  • Karnataka eyeing hat-trick of titles

    Kolkata: Heavyweights Karnataka will aim to continue their dream run and claim an unprecedented hat-trick of titles in the season, when they square off against underdogs Railways in the Vijay Hazare Trophy final at Eden Gardens today.

  • NSUI elections put off

    BHOPAL : The organisational elections of National Students’ Union of India ( NSUI), state unit, have been postponed in the wake of Lok Sabha elections. NSUI state in- charge Manthan Pathak said elections for district committees, state committees and state delegates would be conducted after Lok Sabha elections.

  • No nomination on day one

    BHOPAL: No nomination was filed on day- one of the nomination process for first round of polling for Lok Sabha elections in Madhya Pradesh on Saturday. Election Commission issued a notification for the polling on April 10.

  • Four more constables on STF remand

    They were produced in the court of CJM Pankaj Singh Maheshwari STF takes accused of police constable recruitment fraud to court in the city on Saturday.

  • DAVV now sees a global ranking dream

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya ( DAVV) which had toiled hard for the Grade A accreditation from National Assessment and Accreditation Council and also achieved the same is now looking beyond the tag. It is now thinking of applying for global rankings granted by different agencies.

  • Kailash, Mendola vow to get 1.25 lakh margin for Tai

    Indore: City’s two power BJP leaders Kailash Vijayvargiya and Ramesh Mendola on Saturday assured Sumitra Mahajana securing victory with a margin of at least 1.25 lakh votes and asked party workers to all out effort for the same during training session of party workers of the ward No 2.


    Indore : Continuing the drive against sub- standard food products, Food and Drug Administration ( FDA) department team raided three different places in the city on Saturday and collected 1000 packets of namkeen from a shop in Palda which were found to be fake branded.

  • Late night excise crackdown on bars, hotels

    Indore: A team of excise department led by SDM Sandeep Soni cracked down on hotels and bars late on Saturday night to examine whether the Prohibitory norms are followed or not. The teams raided major hotels and bars in the city especially the ones in Vijay Nagar area. The team issued a challan to Hotel Country Inn for allowing a late night party on its premises.

  • Rs 8 Lakh stolen from betel nut trader’s house

    Indore: Thieves struck at a locked house of a betel nut trader in aerodrome area and took away goods worth Rs 8 lakh. The trader’s family was out of city at the time of incident.

  • Lenient DAVV now has to go tough on technical colleges

    The university known for compromising affiliation norms will not be able to do so any more as UGC new regulations threaten of action against errant varsities


    ‘ Carelessness’ of election officers exposed as they made no mention of atra earlier Now the same officers are persuading the ECI to change the date