Free Press Journal
  • Collectors made responsible for conducting MPBSE exams

    BHOPAL : The MP Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) has assigned the responsibility of conducting annual examinations to district collectors, asking them to manage law and order at centres and depute observers for the examinations.

  • Mumbai set for another humiliation

    Chennai: Tamil Nadu are set for another facile victory as Mumbai’s chances of knock-out qualifications is likely to end with another shoddy performance in a group league match.

  • Sharing Ideas Is Sudhir Mishra’s Key To Success

    Recently we spoke to filmmaker Sudhir Mishra, who is known for his movies like ‘Dharavi’ and ‘Inkaar’. And talking about his films, when we asked him about the inspirations for them he shared his thoughts saying, “I have a lot of interaction with fellow filmmakers. Someone like Anurag (Kashyap) will narrate his script to me, I’ll narrate my script to him. Before I shot AUR DEVDAS, I narrated my script to Shekhar

  • Joy Ride In A Toy Train

    Buzz is that Adhyayan Suman and Sara Loren had a wonderful time shooting a pivotal scene for their upcoming film ‘Ishq Click’. They had to shoot a scene in the famous Darjeeling Himalayan Railways (DHR) and were very excited about the same.

  • Police, Revenue officials should conduct joint inspection

    Narsinghpur : District Collector and Election Officer Naresh Pal held a joint meeting of district police and revenue officials to hold coming three-phase Panchayate election free and peacefully in the district at the district Collectorate office here on Thursday.

  • Pit posing danger

    Meghnagar : The negligence of civil authorities is proving dangerous for commuters as many two wheeler riders were injured by falling in a pit on the main road.

  • Rings On Her Fingers And Bells On Her Toes…

    Too Much Bling Is A Strict No-No… Not Blessed With A Long  Neck? Avoid Chokers. Self-Confessed Jewellery Aficionado Sonam Kapoor Shares Jewellery Dos And Don’ts With c sonam 2.

  • Gujarat, Maharashtra post big wins

    Mumbai: Defending champions Gujarat and hosts Maharashtra kicked off their campaigns with big wins, in the National Blind Cricket Tournament, organised by The Blind Welfare Organisation (Nasik, India), in association with the Islam Gymkhana, Mumbai on Thursday.

  • Why I Envy Alia Bhatt…

    So, like I said before, Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif have been doing their fair share of entertaining and I refuse to read anything into that visit Alia Bhatt paid to Ranbir’s home, so what if Katrina was away at the time – once a love rat not always a love rat, you know! That said, I’m finding it difficult to keep up with Ms Bhatt’s friendly nature. She’s supposed to have

  • Schools implemented e-attendance to be feted on R-Day

    Indore : Government school staff and education officials who implemented the pilot project e-attendance in their schools in the division will be felicitated on Republic Day.

  • Football: Maha crush Haryana

    Goa: Maharashtra crush Haryana (8-1) in a Group B fixture of the u-15 football tournament for the national finals.

  • 3-members team from MCI visits Medical College

    Indore : A three-member peer team of Medical Council of India (MCI) made a sudden inspection of MGM Medical College and MY Hospital on Thursday. The team visited the college to check the infrastructure and headcounts for the increased ten seats of MBBS.

  • Morning Peak Hour Disruption Hits CR

    22 Services Were Cancelled And Trains Were Running Late By 40 Minutes After An Overhead Wire Broke Near Thane

  • Illegal teakwood worth thousands seized

    Narsinghpur : A team of district forest department raided at a furniture shop at Kareli and seized illegal teakwood worth over thousands of rupees from there near here on Thursday. According to sources, the forest department team members raided at Vishwakarma Furniture Mart in Kareli asked the shop owner to show the documents of teakwood available in the shop. But the shop owner could not show any documents related to found teakwood;

  • Western, Central Bank in 1-1 draw

    Mumbai: Western Railway recovered to shares honours with Central Bank of India in a well-contested 1-1 draw in an EliteDivision match of the MDFA 2014-15.

  • Sex Trade In Mira Road Parlour Busted, 2 Held

    Mumbai : The Anti-Human Trafficking Wing (AHTW) of the Thane (rural) police busted a sex racket that was running under the guise of a massage parlour in Mira Road late on Wednesday evening. While the parlour operator identified as Parveen Babu Ibrahim Shaikh alias Payal (28) and a pimp – Mohd Salim Mobin Ashraf (20) have been arrested and booked under sections 4, 5 and 7 (1) (b) of the Prevention of

  • Student booked for indecent behaviour with teacher

    Indore : A student’s infatuation over his teacher has landed him in jail. The woman taught the youth before and when his passion became intolerable she tired to reason with him. However, the youth became aggressive and started making obscene gestures until the woman sought police intervention.

  • Man kills wife over illicit relations

    Katni : A man has killed his 34-year old wife over the charges of illicit relations in a field of village Garoha, unde Barahi police station area near hear here on Wednesday. The man attacked his wife with an axe and fled absconded from there. Woman’s body was recovered in the field. After killing, the accused husband covered the body with leaves and fled the spot.

  • Parmit sails into squash quarters

    Mumbai: Parmit Singh and second seed Sanjay Pawar registered convincing wins to enter the quarterfinals of the professionals’ group in the Khar Gymkhana – I.G.O.P.L Offshore Squash Championship organised by SPA in association with SRFI and SRAM at the KG squash courts. Parmit who trains at Sirifort in Delhi defeated Aniket Mohite 11-4, 12-10 while, Otters Club’s Sanjay beat Vishant Salvi 11-6, 11-6. In a thrilling battle of this group, KG’s Deepesh