Free Press Journal
  • Man stabbed to death over money dispute

    Ujjain : In a gruesome incident took place at the busy street of the city, a bar owner was stabbed to death by a customer in a brawl over payment, here on Saturday night.

  • I-Day celebrated with patriotic fervor

    Indore : Independence Day was observed with great fervor in the city with many organizations joining the administration in celebrating the 67th anniversary of the country’s freedom. Flag hoisting, cultural programmes and felicitation of eminent personalities marked the day across the city. People from all walks of life attended these functions and remembered the freedom fighters and great leaders on the occasion.

  • Indore Home Guard soldiers to be felicitated

    Indore: Following Indore Home Guard soldiers have been identified for ‘President’s Home Guard and Civil Defence Medal’ this year. The soldiers are- Ravindra Kumar Ghane and Shivnarayan Parmar (for special services) and Ratan Yogeshwar, Vinod Kumar Shah and Shrikrishna Singh Pawar (for praiseworthy services).

  • Modern Hinduism

    Insights for Non-Hindus and Hindus

  • Accused brought to City for questioning

    Indore : The Kanadia police have started interrogating the gang, which shot at a Sarafa trader and looted his Scorpio sometimes ago.

  • 30-year-old drowns

    Indore : A 30-year-old man drowned in a pit and died on Saturday. The incident occurred under Kanadia police station.

  • Ambulances for govindas

    Navi Mumbai: A backup ambulance and medical support will be provided for govindas in Navi Mumbai by Wockhardt Hospitals. For any medical assistance, dahi handi mandlas can call 022-66804400. The hospitals will provide the ambulance service with doctors and nurses on board along with an emergency first-aid medical kits and oxygen cylinders. “The past couple of years have seen a steep rise in casualties during Janmashtami celebrations,” said

  • Talking Movies Ervell E. Menezes

    This time we shall start with the Spanish horror film “The Orphanage,” directed by J.A. Bayona. and it is his debut as director which makes it all the more creditable

  • `Over 20 IPS officers yet to vacate quarters’

    Mumbai: Welcoming the refusal of the Mumbai police commissioner to grant an extension to former police commissioner Satyapal Singh on his official quarters, the Police Reforms Watch (PRW) said there were more than 20 serving officers still holding on to their quarters although they were posted elsewhere. These officers should vacate their quarters promptly. Or else, Police Reforms Watch will send ‘Get Well’ cards to them, said Dolphy D’Souza of PRW. Reacting

  • Raining simple fashion

    SAPNA SARFARE puts forth advice in dressing simply amidst monsoon showers, courtesy fashion masters. (more…)

  • Krishna and his raslilas

    He was perfect in all his human relationships – an ideal son, an endearing friend and comrade, a loving husband, devoted disciple and a trusted brother, writes MEERA S. SASHITAL. (more…)

  • UGC guidelines for students’ safety

    Indore : The University Grants Commission believes that the safety of students in and outside the campuses requires to be strengthened and has decided to frame guidelines for the same.

  • Documentary filmmaker remembered

    Mumbai: The Films Division held a special function on Saturday in memory of eminent documentary filmmaker and writer Prem Vaidya who died of heart attack on July 10 at the age of 87. Some of his famous documentary films such as ‘Man in Search of Man’, ‘Report on Drought’, ‘Baba Amte’ and ‘Against the Current’ were screened. His widow, Vimla and son Abhay Vaidya, a senior journalist, were


    He stressed on the need to show more concern on the situation of women and how we can eschew discriminatory practices against women, including female foeticide, says an expert (more…)

  • US Bombs, World at Peace

    V GANGADHAR explains that with America resuming its bombing of Iraq, the world can rest in peace once again.  (more…)