Free Press Journal
  • Parshuram Jayanti celebrated

    Manawar: On the auspicious occasion of Parshuram Jayanti, a grand procession was taken out by the Sarv Brahaman Samaj and Parshuram Yuva Sangathan in the district. The procession started from the Jageshwar temple, passed through the main roads of the town and reached the Juni Manawar Satyanarayan Temple where Yagna and other religious rituals were performed.

  • Health dept awakes, when measles took two infants’ lives

    Jhabua: The contagious disease measles has attacked in a village under Madrani health centre and in last eight days, it took lives of two innocent children. The health department could become aware of this information on April 26, when some field staff reached in the village for supplementary immunization. At that time, one child had died on April 24 and the other death occurred just after two days on April 28.

  • Five injured as vehicle rams into tree

    Gogawan: Five persons were injured in a road accident when their four-wheeler collided with a tree on Thursday evening at Kharda fate situated about 3 km from Gogawan.As per the information, the victims were going in their car when the driver lost control and the car collided with a tree. Five women and children got injured badly. They have been referred to Khargone district hospital. On the complaint of Chaundi resident Keru

  • HC rejects Sanjiv Saxena’s bail in Vyapam fraud

    BHOPAL: The High Court on Friday rejected the bail application of Congress leader Sanjiv Saxena in connection with fraud in various recruitment examinations conducted by Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MPPEB).

  • 10 child marriages came to notice in state: Child rights panel

    BHOPAL: Hundreds of marriages were solemnised at various places like Yadgar-e-Shahjani Park, Gyatri Mandir and others on Akshay Tritiya. Marriage gardens, halls and other community halls are booked for marriages.

  • Society divided over Diggi affair

    BHOPAL: Society is looking divided over the issue of AICC general secretary Digvijay Singh’s love affair and his confession.  A section takes the plea of morality and public life of politicians and thus sees Digvijay’s affair as ‘wrong’ while others dub it Singh’s personal matter.

  • BOMB TRAIL LEADS SLEUTHS TO BANGALORE

    Chennai : Moving swiftly to unravel the plot behind the twin bomb explosions on the Bangalore-Guwahati train, Tamil Nadu police on Friday rushed to the Karnataka capital trailing new leads that emerged during the course of investigation.

  • Dirt being raked up in Amethi, says Priyanka

    Observing that the tone and tenor of the Lok Sabha poll campaign has stooped to a very low level, Priyanka Vadra has alleged that pamphlets containing ‘false and dirty’ material about her family were being dumped in Amethi.

  • Nido’s death: CBI drops murder charges

    New Delhi : CBI has dropped murder charges on the accused allegedly involved in the death of 19-year-old Northeast student Nido Tania, on the ground that his killing was not premeditated, but a result of altercation over breaking of glass counter.

  • SIT reopens Muzaffarnagar rape case

    Muzaffarnagar : The Special Investigation Team (SIT), probing the Muzaffarnagar riot cases, has reopened a gangrape case of Phugana village in the district, following a directive by the Supreme Court.

  • Investors block railway tracks in Bengal

    Kolkata : A large number of chit fund investors belonging to the Chit Fund Sufferers Unity Forum on Friday set up blockades on the railway tracks in different stations in Eastern Railway and South Eastern Railway’s Howrah and Sealdha divisions disrupting plying of trains during busy office hours. They were demanding return of their money and arrest of the chit fund owners who had duped them.

  • Senior RJD leader joins BJP in Bihar

    PATNA: Former Bihar minister and RJD leader Veena Shahi on Friday joined BJP saying she wishes to see Narendra Modi as the country’s Prime Minister. Former Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi administered party membership to Shahi at the state BJP headquarters here in presence of Bihar BJP president Mangal Pandey. Shahi, widow of former Congress MLA Hemant Shahi and daughter-in-law of former Union minister L P Shahi, had switched

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    RBI mulls micro fin cos as business correspondent amid differences

    MUMBAI : The Reserve Bank of India is seriously considering the Nachiket Mor committee’s suggestion on allowing micro finance institutions to function as business correspondents of banks to further its efforts towards greater financial inclusion, sources said. However, the move has faced serious opposition from various departments in the central bank.