Free Press Journal
  • Speeding truck kills one, injures 3

    Indore : A speeding truck hit two bikes killing one and injuring three others severely in Tejaji Nagar police circle on Sunday. On learning about the incident police reached the scene but by then passerby had called 108 ambulance who took the injured to the hospital.

  • Sri Lanka beat the rain to down Pakistan in first Test

    Galle  :  Retiring Mahela Jayawardene took on the unusual role of opening batsman to hand Sri Lanka a thrilling seven-wicket victory on the final day of the first Test against Pakistan in Galle on Sunday.

  • CRS to conduct final inspection on Aug 13-14

    Ratlam : The final inspection of the Chief Safety Commissioner of Railways will take place on August 13-14 when inspection will take place form Fatehabad to Laxmibai Nagar.

  • Jihadists kill 500; bury kids & women alive

    Baghdad  :  Islamic militants have killed at least 500 members of Iraq’s Yazidi ethnic minority during their offensive in the north, Iraq’s human rights minister told a wire agency on Sunday. The Sunni militants had also buried alive some of their victims, including women and children. Some 300 women were kidnapped as slaves.

  • Meter gauge trains to stop after Oct month

    Mhow : Western Railways has started preparation for gauge conversion at Indore-Mhow railway line. The process can be started sometime after October. An order from railway board regarding the completion of over bridge construction within three months has been passed.

  • Ye lo, Smriti Irani has degree from Yale, too

    New Delhi :  In a bid to cap the controversy over her educational qualifications, HRD Minister Smriti Irani has given the media another talking point with her assertion that she also has a degree from the prestigious Yale University in the US.

  • Rakshabandhan celebrated with fervor

    Dewas  : Rakshabandhan was celebrated on high scale on Sunday. Bhadra Nakshtra fell after midday so the celebration started late. Gods and Goddess were worshipped with rakhi too at homes and temples. For past few years tieing rakhi to idols has become a custom.  Sunday was comparatively less crowded than Saturday yet people in need visited market for remained stuff. After Gods rachis were tied on the hand of brothers by their

  • Woman dies at hospital gate

    Dewas : An unidentified 60-years old woman died at the emergency ward of the district government hospital here on Sunday. There is no name and address of the deceased woman was registered in hospital records. Autopsy will be done on Monday. Police were informed by constable Vijay Bairagi and a case has been registered.

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    ‘Shah(i) farman spells trouble in Shiv Sena land

    New Delhi :  The Bharatiya Janata Party’s newly elected president Amit Shah has made it clear that now is the time for one-party domination. In his address to the national council on Saturday, Shah said that he wants BJP governments in the four states that go to polls later this year.

  • Police in search of murder accused, no clue yet

    Dewas : The city police are in search of the land dispute murder accused in village Akodiya under Bank Note Press police station area.

  • Unclean city invites mosquitoes

    Dewas : Irregular raining has increasing cleanliness problems in the city. The flowing of dirt out of the city in rain water has not happened this year. Sawan month ended on Sunday and only 14 inch rain has been registered.

  • Cong slams PM on WTO claims

    New Delhi :  In a sharp reaction to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s attack on the Congress party that it had signed away the nation’s food security while accepting the Bali agreement last year, the Congress has charged that his statement is ‘partisan, misleading and factually incorrect.”

  • Beniwal may be booked in scam

    Jaipur :  There is no end to the misery of the sacked governor of Mizoram, Kamla Beniwal, with the Vasundhra Raje government considering booking the octogenarian former deputy chief minister of Rajasthan in a land scam case.

  • STF under pressure not to file FIR

    BHOPAL : Special task force (STF) is reportedly facing pressure not to lodge first information report (FIR) in the irregularities committed in the recruitment of transport constables.

  • Chauhan for Bharat Ratna to Vaypayee

    BHOPAL : Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has reiterated his demand of giving of Bharat Ratna award to former PM Atal Behari Vajpayee. Speaking with journalists in a function at CM House on the occasion of festival of Rakshabandhan, Chauhan said he has said in the past about giving of Bharat Ratna to Vajpayee. He said the award is conferred on those who are matchless in their respective fields and same is


    Dhoni is 3 defeats away from the worst Test record

    New Delhi :  Mahendra Singh Dhoni might have forged a formidable coach-captain combination with Stephen Fleming for the Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League but the India captain is on the verge of matching an ignominious record in possession of the former Black Caps skipper — that of maximum number of away Test defeats while leading his country.

  • MP’s rainfall deficit 7 %, city deficit is 8%

    BHOPAL : Bhopal may not have normal rainfall this year as deficit in rainfall is gradually increasing. At present deficit in rainfall is 8 per cent. So far since June 1, Bhopal has recorded 53cm rainfall.

  • Women tie Rakhi to CM

    BHOPAL : Women from different walks of life on Sunday tied ‘rakhi’ to Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan to mark the Raksha Bandhan festival. Governor Ramnaresh Yadav and Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan greeted the people on the occasion.

  • We follow a three-tier CSR strategy

    Years before govt introduced new CSR guidelines for companies, NTPC had already been implementing them. The company’s CMD, Dr ARUP ROY CHOUDHURY, shares NTPC’s CSR strategy, WITH SUMANTHA RATHORE.

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    How complicated is the tax liability in CSR?

    Overall the Finance Act, 2014 has created a fix with regard to the admissibility of the CSR expenditures. The differential tax treatment of the legally permissible CSR expenditure will defeat the very purpose of enacting various priority activities under CSR…