Free Press Journal
  • Court refuses to stall Suhag appointment

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Monday refused to suspend Lt Gen Dalbir Singh Suhag’s appointment as the next Indian Army chief, as sought by an officer who contended he had a better claim.


    NEW DELHI :  The RSS is understood to have decided to lend services of Ram Madhav, its spokesman for the last couple of years, to the BJP in what is described as an exercise to strengthen the ideological moorings of the party.

  • Now formal pitch on LOP status from all UPA members

    New Delhi :  After the Congress president and UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi stepped on to the scene with regard to the demand of the leader of opposition status for the Congress/UPA in the Lok Sabha, it has now been decided that all the UPA members would submit a memorandum to the speaker on this issue.

  • Life term for woman lawyer’s killer

    Mumbai :  A Mumbai court on Monday awarded life sentence to a watchman convicted of molesting and murdering a woman lawyer, Pallavi Purkayastha, two years ago.

  • Pratibha Patil’s brother named murder accused

    MUMBAI : Former President Pratibha Patil’s younger brother has been named as an accused in the murder of a Congress leader in 2005 in Maharashtra.

  • Breaking News goes off TV as Modi clamps down on ‘sources’

    New Delhi :  Among the subtle changes associated with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government are those dealing with the news-hungry media, which suddenly finds that news sources in the government have completely dried up, which has resulted in shrinking of the culture of intermittent ‘Breaking News’ on television.

  • Mumbai Metro cuts Its maximum fare

    MUMBAI: Mumbai Metro has slashed its maximum fare by half to Rs 20 beginning July 8, according to its operator. Tickets will now cost between Rs 10 and Rs 20, as against Rs 10-40 announced earlier.

  • DAVV loses answer sheets of BBA students

    Indore : Much to the concern of BBA students, who appeared in the fifth semester exams in March and are waiting for their results, the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalya (DAVV) has lost their answer sheets.

  • Police solve Sunday night’s murder

    Indore : Solving the blind murder that took place in Bhagirathpura on Sunday night, the Banganga police arrested the accused. However, the motive of murder is not yet clear.

  • IMC budget to be tabled today

    Indore : The BJP-led Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) will present its annual budget, on Tuesday. Being the election year, the budget would take special care of people. Mayor KM Moghe himself pointed towards the same. It is found, he insisted no new tax would be levied on people. But other means to increase the revenue would be taken in order to meet the incomplete job associated with the development of the city

  • HM accepts City lawyer’s suggestions

    Indore : A local lawyer has made the city proud when the Union Home Ministry agreed in principle to make amendment to Section 154 of the CrPC. However, the change may mot be made immediately as the Union Government is awaiting a report from the Law Commission on the said amendment.

  • One striking lawyer hospitalised, others cross fingers

    Indore : One of the lawyers on indefinite hunger strike against FIR on Indore Bar Association members had to be shifted to a hospital as his health condition deteriorated while others criticised the state government for not sending its representative to listen to them.

  • Traders threaten not to follow Online submission of return

    Indore : In view of State Government’s move to make mandatory filing of all tax returns online, several business associations, tax practitioners, CAs and advocates urged the government to withdraw the order immediately. They said that they will not file return in the said format.

  • ‘Lack of rail connectivity hampers exports from MP’

    Indore : ‘Over 100 exporting units of Pithampur, Indore and Dewas, and several units of perishable farm produce are not able to expand their business in the absence of proper rail connectivity with major ports of the country. So, they can’t deliver their goods to their overseas customers on time and it also increases the cost of their goods.  Direct rail connectivity with Ports can be possible only after laying Indore-Dahod and

  • Jain community bids farewell to pilgrims

    Ujjain : Jain Pilgrimage of Palitan Shankheshwar began with a splendid see-off given to 112 pilgrims who departed in Gandhi Dham Express on Monday from city railway Station, The farewell ceremony was organised by Jain Social Awantika Group. Large number of community members gathered at city station to bid farewell to their relatives and friends and wished them a safe and blessed journey. On this occasion group workers Abhay Sethiya greeted the

  • Chit companies dupe underprivileged

    Petlawad : Continuous frauds occurring with the underprivileged and medium-class investors has not only upset the people but has also filled them with intense rage. Last month, a firm named ‘Aai-Mata Marketing’, took 3500 rupees as application money to grant a loan of one lakh rupees per person and fled away with the money. However, they were caught with the help of police.

  • Seminar on surgery organized

    Ujjain : The district unit of the National Integrated Medical Association (NIMA) organised a seminar on Advance Laparoscopic and Weight Loss Surgery here on Monday. Seminar was organised by Dr Mayank Gupta with coordination of NIMA. Dr SS Gupta was the chief guest for the event.

  • Police nab thieves, stolen clothes recovered

    Khargone : Police have now become active in town and in just three days, they have arrested thieves of two big thefts that had occurred in the city few weeks ago.

  • Lions Club oath-taking ceremony held

    Ujjain : Lions Club Ujjain Friends swearing-in ceremony was held at Hotel Mittal Avenue on July 5. Vice District Governor PS Bagga and newly elected president Vijay Tailor presided over the function, whereas Lions Tomar, Yadav, District governor Anand Kant Bhatt, former district governor Bhagawandas Airen and BP Lohia made their appearance as special guests. Giving the information spokesperson of the club sushil Khandelwal told that, vice district governor Balvir Singh presided