Free Press Journal
  • Terror strikes Kathua, one killed

    Jammu: Terror struck Jammu and Kashmir’s Kathua district early today as three militants in Army fatigues opened fire at a SUV, killing one of its occupants and injuring three others.

  • 272 people to vote for LS poll for the first time in 67 yrs

    Umkhabaw (Meghalaya):  Sixty-seven years after India’s Independence and 40 years after Meghalaya attained statehood, a group of 272 people in East Khasi Hills district will be casting their votes for the first time in a Lok Sabha poll while their 7000 odd neighbours would not.

  • 50,000 licenced arms in Assam; only 20% deposited so far

    Guwahati: Only 20 per cent of the nearly 50,000 licenced arms existing in Assam have been deposited so far with authorities in the run up to the three-phased Lok Sabha elections in the state.

  • Scindia selling Trust lands fraudulently: Complaint

    BHOPAL: A computer businessman based at Gwalior has filed a complaint in the office of Economic and Offences Wing ( EOW) against Union minister Jyotiraditya Scindia, his sister and mother for getting a wrong registry of a land done and selling land to a builder.

  • IIM Convocation tomorrow, placement report still not out

    Indore: The much- awaited campus placement report of 2012- 14 batch of Indian Institute of Management is still out even as the students of the batch is moving out of the campus on Saturday. The reason behind nonrelease of the report has not been disclosed by the institute as yet.

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    Indore: The readers of Free Press have an opportunity to win hundreds of gifts under a special offer starting from Friday. Along with the daily news and analysis, they can also win fabulous gifts every day by participating in the ‘ Scratch & Win’ scheme.

  • CET for admission on 1785 seats on May 29

    Indore: Common entrance test ( CET)- 2014 for admission in professional courses offered by the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya ( DAVV) teaching departments would be conducted on May 29. The date was finalised in a meeting of CET organising committee chaired by Vice Chancellor Prof DP Singh on Thursday.

  • Court asks reluctant police to file FIR against fashion designer

    Indore: Following the orders of a court, a fashion designer and her husband were booked on the charges of cheating, forgery and criminal conspiracy in a cheque dishonour case on Thursday. Advocate Aadhar Sharma said that he had given Rs 5 lakh loan on interest to fashion designer Varsha Koserwal and her husband Avinash Koserwal for their life- style business in 2011.