Free Press Journal
  • CBI files two fresh cases over coal block allocation

    New Delhi: The CBI Thursday registered two fresh cases against private companies based in Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh in its ongoing investigation into the coal block allocations from 1993 to 2005 and 2006 to 2009.

  • Two junior docs thrash each other at MYH casualty

    Indore :  A chaos like situation prevailed in the casualty of MY Hospital on Wednesday night when two junior doctors thrashed each other. After indulging in a hot talk, both the junior doctors beat-up each other and came out of the casualty. The security guards and other staff pacified them and defused the situation. No police complaint was lodged on the incident by them.

  • Everyday ruckus of cab drivers for CNG

    Ujjain :  The auto rickshaw and Magic drivers on Thursday morning created ruckus at a petrol pump in Rishi Nagar over shortage of CNG. When they got to know that there was no gas available at the pump, they began protesting, raising slogans and making attempts for chakkajam.

  • IPCA stops exports from Ratlam unit as US FDA finds fault

    New Delhi : Drug firm Ipca Laboratories has voluntarily stopped active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) shipments to the US from its unit at Ratlam following observations of manufacturing norms violations by USFDA investigators, reports PTI.

  • NRHM ‘ recruitment fraud’ handed over to CID

    BHOPAL: Even as the state health and family welfare department denied any irregularity in recruitment of pharmacists in NRHM, done through mponline, government’s IT company, police headquarters handed over probe to CID, following complaint in this regard.

  • RD Gardi Medical College

    Addicted youth takes deadly jump from hosp, dies

    Ujjain :  Alcohol addiction claimed another young life here in city on Thursday. An alcohol addicted youth who was admitted in a hospital took a deadly jump from hospital roof.

  • Mayor orders fire audits of high-rises

    Mumbai : The Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) here on Thursday said it will ensure that fire safety audits of all multi-storey buildings are completed in a month, in the wake of the death of a fireman during a recent fire in a suburban high-rise . “We lost a young firemen in the fire mishap that took place in Mumbai last week. To ensure that such an incident is not repeated in

  • S African team offers training for diamond cutting

    Indore :  A delegation from South Africa’s Free Town various places of the city on Thursday and offered training and skill development for diamond industry. The delegation also expressed interest in pharmacy education for their students. The team is exploring possibilities of trade and investment in Indore, Pithampur and Dewas.

  • Seminar on effects of change in Income Tax law held

    Ujjain :  Study Circle, Tax Practitioners Association organized a seminar on the changes in different provisions of Income Tax in financial bill, at Sales Tax building at Bharatpuri on Tuesday. CA Rajesh Mehta from Indore addressed to the seminar.

  • Chavan moves HC against EC notice

    New Delhi: Former Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok Chavan has moved the Delhi High Court challenging a show cause notice issued by the Election Commission which has found him guilty of failing to give his correct expenses in the 2009 assembly polls.

  • Now, college students need to tell religion as well

    Indore :  Thus far, college students needed to tell their caste but from now onwards they would have to disclose their religion as well at the time of enrolment.

  • Workshop on cyber security concludes

    Ujjain :  A 10 day ISTE workshop on cyber security was concluded here at MIT. The workshop was organized under National Mission on Education through ICT a pilot project of Ministry of Human Resources, Central government.

  • NDA seeks parties’ views on appointment of judges

    New Delhi : The NDA government has initiated a move to enlist the views of political parties on a bill to replace the present collegium system of appointment of judges to higher judiciary.

  • Profit not bad word, resources needed to service poor:Jaitley

    New Delhi: Asserting that profit is not a bad word, government tonight said the low tax regime envisaged in the budget is aimed at boosting economic activity and suggested interest rates for sectors like housing would come down with moderation in inflation.

  • Road safety training at Carmel Convent School

    Ujjain :  A unique and motivating seminar for the drivers and conductors of the school buses was conducted at Carmel Convent Senior Secondary school.

  • Police announce Rs 10000 reward each on another two

    Indore :  Even after getting strong clues of the accused in the cold-blooded murder case at MY Hospital,  the city police could not arrest them yet. On Thursday, the police have announced rewards of Rs 10000 each on two more accused – Vikka and Dadda. Police said that Dadda and Vikka are also believed to be involved in the murder. It is to be noted that police on Wednesday had announced reward of