Free Press Journal
  • pranab mukherjee

    President hosts At Home for freedom fighters

    New Delhi:  President Pranab Mukherjee hosted an At Home reception for freedom fighters on the 72nd anniversary of the Quit India Movement at the Rashtrapati Bhavan here Saturday, an official statement said.

  • Northeast students conduct cleanliness drive in Delhi

    New Delhi: Around 200 students from the northeastern states studying in various colleges of Delhi University Saturday took part in a cleanliness drive to promote civic sense among students of the country.

  • K. Chandrasekhara Rao

    Withdraw orders on powers to governor: Telangana CM

    Hyderabad:  Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao has urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to immediately withdraw the instructions by union home ministry to vest control of Hyderabad’s law and order in the governor.

  • Narendra Modi

    Will redeem pledges to people within time frame: BJP

    New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) at its National Council Meet here Saturday said the central government “will redeem the pledges given to the people in a definite time frame”.

  • Opinion poll gives clear edge to BJP in the State

    Mumbai :  An opinion poll, results of which were made public on Saturday, has shown a clear edge to the BJP in Maharashtra assembly elections, which are to be conducted later this year.

  • Elections before Diwali ?

    Mumbai :  There are clear signals from different quarters that Assembly elections in the State will be conducted before Diwali.

  • Narendra Modi


    Amit Shah’s target for BJP cadres: Have to get absolute power in the four states which will go to polls soon

  • 2 city traders arrested for VAT evasion

    Indore : Indore Crime branch police on Saturday arrested two cotton traders for evasion of Value Added Tax (VAT) to teh tune of Rs 3.67 crore during their trading with Jawahar Shetkari Sahkari Cotton Mill, located in Dhule district of Maharashtra.

  • Health dept goes strict on pvt hosps, asks info on patient numbers

    Indore : Now, every private hospital will have to give information of IPD and OPD dept along with emergency patients who visit the hospital to the district health department. Failing this, a heavy fine will be imposed on hospitals. Their license can also be cancelled under the Nursing Home Act.

  • DAVV teachers to go on en-masse leave on Aug 14

    Indore : The teachers of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) have decided to go on en-masse leave on August 14 to protest against the amendments in MP University Act -1973 that empowers the State Government to transfer teachers of one university to another and also gives it right to appoint teaching staff.

  • Old woman files case against son for harassment

    Indore : A woman living in Scheme No. 78 has filed a case against her son’s family for physical and mental abuse. The victim alleged that her son, daughter-in-law and grand children trapped her into shelling lakhs of rupees. She also said that they beat her and used bad language when she asked the money back.

  • Few takers for SGSITS MBA course

    Indore : Having hit the controversy in its launching year, the MBA programme of Shri Govindram Seksaria Institute of Technology and Science (SGSITS) is quite unpopular.

  • Lok Adalat on August 23

    Indore: Madhya Pradesh High Court Vidhik Seva Samiti’s Co-Chairman, Justice S S Kemkar, has ordered that a Lok Adalat will be organized on Saturday, 23 August, 2014 at Indore bench of the high court.

  • FDA continues raids ahead of Rakshabandhan

    Indore : Food and Drug Administration Department continued its drive against adulterated food products a day before Raksha Bandhan on Saturday to prevent consumers from eating adulterated food products.

  • It’s a role reversal for sisters

    Indore : Childhood-rival-turned-adulthood-hero, inspiration and sometimes a source of constant annoyance- siblings share a dynamic relationship that can’t be explained in words.

  • Traffic cops gearing up for Rakshabandhan

    Indore : Rakshabandhan will be celebrated with fervour in the city on Sunday when sisters will tie rakhis on the wrist of their brothers. More and more people will head to their loved ones’ place and other hang-out joints that is sure to increase traffic problem. City traffic police has made elaborate arrangements to ensure smooth flow of traffic and minimise inconvenience to general public. There will be traffic congestion on roads

  • Admn stops illegal mining in Khargone

    Khargone : The administration swung into action on Saturday when they found that after illegal mining on patch of lands owned by the government, the land mafia tried marking a residential colony.

  • Approach road to be constructed Vikas Manch’s initiative bears fruits

    Sanawad : A years old Narmada bridge situated at Motakka is very narrow and in precarious condition. This bridge has become prone to accidents and had already taken many lives. The traffic too gets hampered because of this, particularly during the rainy season. The Vikas Manch, Sanawad a body of volunteers gave an alternative solution of constructing an approach road on both sides of Aqueduct Bridge.