Free Press Journal
  • Kolkata derby Postponed

    Kolkata: The Kolkata derby match of the I-League between Mohun Bagan and East Bengal has been rescheduled to February 17 from February 11 date.

  • Super Mario spur Liverpool

    London : Liverpool assistant manager Colin Pascoe said Mario Balotelli’s long-awaited first Premier League goal for the Reds could kickstart the striker’s spluttering Anfield career.

  • Ronaldo, Serena lead Laureus nomination

    Shanghai: Cristiano Ronaldo will once again bid to become the first team player to win the individual World Sportsman of the Year Award but he will face still competition from a glittering collection of world’s greatest sports stars, who have been nominated for the 2015 Laureus World Sports Awards, on Wednesday.

  • Five more swine flu deaths in city

    Indore : The deadly H1N1 influenza claimed lives of five more suspected patients, on Wednesday. Three patients died in MY Hospital while two others succumbed to the disease in Choithram Hospital.

  • IMC may lock premises of major defaulters

    Indore : Taking a strict action against major defaulters, the IMC administrator issued orders to recover property tax or seal the premise. The IMC officials have prepared a list of 169 defaulters against whom action would be taken.

  • IMC removes portion of Karuna Sagar Appt

    Indore : The IMC anti-encroachment team on Wednesday cleared a major encroachment at Highway Karuna Sagar Apartment located in Kanadia. Balcony of about to 40 flats was razed as they were constructed beyond the limits.

  • 3 out of 4 SAP proposals of DAVV found viable

    Indore : Having laid its focus on advanced teaching and research, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) has got an opportunity to almost double the number of Special Assistance Programmes (SAP) with the University Grants Commission (UGC) finding three out of four of its proposals viable.

  • National Youth Fest to kick off today

    Indore : Stage is set for the 30th Inter-University National Youth Festival commencing at Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) on Thursday. Students from 67 universities from across the country are participating in the five-day festival which is being hoisted for the first time by the DAVV under the aegis of Association of Indian Universities and Ministry of youth affairs and sports.

  • City bus drivers, conductors stage demo

    Indore : Reacting to negligent attitude of the AICTSL in assisting drivers and conductors in road accident cases, several drivers and conductors staged a demonstration and held a token strike on Wednesday at the bus depot. Before the protest could take a huge form, the responsible persons reached the scene and assured them of quick response.

  • Joy Of Giving

    …………..Continued From Last Week

  • Horoscope

    Aries: – From all areas and from colleagues as well you will receive full co-operation and support. . Those in retail business will have rise in income. Investment will be better option than trading or looking for any short term profits.

  • Mile-Long List Of Promises To Keep

    One of the key reasons for the Aam Aadmi Party’s spectacular win in the Delhi assembly elections is that it was quick to learn the right lessons from the experience of the last two years after it made its entry into politics.

  • Kiran Alone Did Not Take Shine Off

    It would be too tempting to solely blame it all on Kiran Bedi, the BJP’s chief ministerial candidate, for the party’s humiliating rout in Delhi. Nothing could be farther from the truth.

  • Modi Must Reach Out To Opposition

    It is only natural for the anti-Modi groups to rejoice at the outcome in Delhi. They may not have had any role in the poll outcome, or may have been decimated completely like the Congress Party. Yet, believing that the enemy’s enemy is a friend, they can barely stop gloating over the BJP loss in the Delhi Assembly poll. The way the Shiv Sena boss Uddhav Thackeray rushed to celebrate the BJP

  • Beggar Business

    The great thing about Big Finance is that it does not practise discrimination; any field is good enough as long as the returns are guaranteed.