Free Press Journal
  • Gallery, open-air theatre, mini cinema hall to form part of War Memorial

    BHOPAL : Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, while taking stock of the construction of War Memorial here on Tuesday, said youths will get complete information about joining defence services there.  Chauhan said it would take from about six months to a year for the completion of the War Memorial. He said chiefs of all three wings of defense services and ex-servicemen of the state would be invited in the inauguration of War

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    Battle for survival

    India fight to avoid follow on against Eng on Day 3 of 3rd Test

  • Ragging or mere thrashing?, eye-witnesses to be asked

    Indore : The anti-ragging committee of St Paul College summoned two students, who allegedly ragged and thrashed one of their juniors, and eye-witnesses of the incident for recording their statements.

  • Good employer-employee relations must for orgn

    Indore : Management Guru and owner of Outdoor Rakesh Jain on Tuesday spoke in length about team building and management at the workshop, organized by Indore Management Association (IMA).

  • RGPV’s first centre to come up in Indore

    Indore : The first centre of Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya (RGPV), which affiliates technical courses offered by the colleges in the State, will come up in Indore, tentatively in December.

  • DAVV to hold Standing committee meet on Aug 5

    Indore : After a lull of nearly 40 days, the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) is going to hold standing committee meeting on August 5.

  • Rain fails to dampen Eid spirit

    Mumbai : Unmindful of the heavy rain in Mumbai, Muslims came out in droves for the morning “namaaz” and celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr, here Tuesday morning.

  • Google can predict market crashes

    Washington :  By looking at specific topics people search for on internet, Google can tell you if the stock market is headed for a crash or not. Researchers from Warwick Business School and Boston University have developed a method to automatically identify topics that people search for on Google before subsequent stock market falls, reports IANS.

  • Yet another cheque fraud detected

    Indore : Another case of cheque fraud surfaced when a conman encashed a cheque of Rs 60000 issued to a Mumbai-based firm by a city firm.

  • Dhangars to protest in Mumbai on Aug 1

    Mumbai : Dhangar community will hold a mega protest march in Mumbai on August 1 to garner support for their demand of the Scheduled Tribe status to the community.

  • Minor girl rescued from abusive father

    Indore : The team of Childline rescued a teenage girl from her residence in Shrinagar Extension, on Tuesday. The team was acting on a complaint lodged by the girl on the 1098 emergency service. She was being abused physically and verbally by her father. She has sought to be taken to her mother, who lives in Nagpur because of a family dispute. She was taken to Jeevanjyoti Shelter Home in Rau. Further

  • Heavy rains in Delhi, Mumbai delay flights

    Indore : Heavy rains in national capital and Mumbai delayed two city flights on Tuesday. According to airport sources, Jet airways Delhi-Indore flight reached here at 11.30 pm and departed at midnight, while its scheduled arrival and departure timings are 8.40 pm and 9.10pm, respectively.

  • ‘Smart Cities require quality with facilities’

    New Delhi  : Union Urban Development Minister M Venkaiah Naidu has said that the focus of ‘Smart Cities’ initiative should be to enhance quality of urban life through an integrated approach to planning and execution besides ensuring ‘inclusivity’.

  • No LoP issue while selecting new CVC

    New Delhi: Chief Vigilance Commissioner Pradeep Kumar is all set to hang up the boots on September 28 and the hunt has already begun for his successor. A circular has gone out to the secretaries in the Government of India to nominate candidates for the post. Kumar was a retired IAS officer of the 1972 batch of the Haryana cadre. The CVC is to be appointed on the

  • Lawyer arrested for cheating, unnatural sex with wife

    Mumbai: The Mahim police on Monday arrested one, Nihal Bagadia (28) for engaging in unnatural sex with his wife and creating a video of the act. Bagadia, a lawyer residing in Breach Candy, married a 22-year-old victim last year. Some time between July 2013 and July 21, 2014, Bagadia gave her sedatives and engaged in unnatural sex with her. He made a video of the act and kept it in a CD.

  • Two Chhota Rajan aides arrested

    Mumbai: The unit three of the Crime Branch arrested two men of Chhota Rajan’s gang in connection with a murder in Kamothe area of Navi Mumbai. The deceased, Ankush Mhaskar was killed with choppers and iron rods on July 21. The police learnt that Rajan’s aides, namely Umesh Jaunjal (23) and Mukesh alias Bachi alias Karan Singh, carried out the said murder. They were planning to flee on July 29 and were

  • UPSC row: Govt advises aspirants to stay calm

    New Delhi: UPSC aspirants Tuesday continued their protest demanding scrapping of Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) from the entrance examination. The government, however, advised them to maintain calm.