Free Press Journal
  • DAVV goes by order, BDS final prof exams from March 2

    Indore : The tug of war between students of BDS final prof over the dates of exams came to an end on Friday with the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) announcing the timetable. The exam will commence on March 2 and conclude on March 18.

  • GRP ‘Help’ now features SOS button

    BHOPAL : The Madhya Pradesh Government Railway Police (GRP) on Friday launched the national version of ‘GRP help app’, which is a mobile based application for use by railway passengers to report crime, presence of suspicious persons on train.

  • Welcome Goof-Up: Mira-Bhayandar Spared Of Tax Hike

    Bhayandar : With virtually no chance left for the budget reaching the General Body (GB) for final approval before the stipulated time frame, people of Mira Bhayandar have been spared of an imminent hike in existing water taxes and the imposition of new ones this year.

  • No Rath Yatra At Shivaji Park

    Mumbai : The Bombay High Court on Thursday rejected the petition to hold the annual Jagannath Rath Yatra at Shivaji Park stating that the ground can only be allotted for designated purposes. A division bench of Justice Abhay Oka and Justice A K Menon was hearing the petition filed by a member of International Society for Krishna Consciousness (Iskcon) seeking direction to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to permit them to hold

  • Traffic police installing RLVD

    Indore : The traffic police are going hi-tech and are installing Red Light Violation Detection (RLVD) cameras at all major crossings. Under the system challans will be generated automatically for Red Light violations and sent to the vehicle owners’ residence.

  • Cleanliness Drive To Make ST Depots Dirt Free: Raote

    Mumbai : The government has planned a special cleanliness drive for the State Transport Corporation’s bus depots, transport minister Diwakar Raote said on Friday.

  • ‘Israeli Technology To Make Maha Drought Free’

    Mumbai : Israeli technology would be employed for water conservation and to make the state drought free, Rural Development and Water Resource Minster Pankaja Munde has said.

  • Boy shot at, injured

    Indore : A 17-year-old boy, a resident of Aerodrome area, was shot at and injured by three persons on Friday. The youth received injuries in leg and is being treated at a private hospital.

  • Every Hero Of Politics Should Tread With Caution: Sena

    “It Is Impossible To Say Whose Wave Will Sweep Away Whom In The Future…. Every Hero Of Politics Should Tread With Caution….The People Of This Country Are Supreme. One Should Not Think That One Has An Unstinted Support Of People”. Shiv Sena Mouthpiece, Saamana

  • State To Lighten Students’ Burden

    In A Surprise Visit To Some Schools, School Education Minister Vinod Tawde Finds Heavy Bags Being Carried By Students Every Day; Talks About Initiating Tri-Semester Pattern To Reduce Their Burden

  • Sena Backs Off In Feud Over Minister’s Powers

    Mumbai : Shiv Sena had to back off in its feud with their partner in the government, the BJP, over division of powers between senior and junior ministers in the State Cabinet. Sanjay Rathod, the junior minister who had levelled allegations against the senior BJP minister appeared to have been fighting a lone battle in his own party.

  • BJP Document Shows Tunnel Vision

    One of several factors held responsible for the BJP’s virtual rout in the Delhi election is its Vision Document’s blunder on the north-east. We don’t yet know whether the victorious AAP really is above identity politics, but the Congress, which was driven off the Delhi scene, isn’t. Older readers will remember Sardar Swaran Singh, a senior Congress minister, announcing at the party’s 1975 Kamagata Maru Nagar session that “Indian food” would be

  • Rectify System That Breeds Corruption

    The Manu Smriti says, “Employees appointed by the king are mostly takers of property of others and cheats; from them the King should protect the people.” Similarly Kautilya says it is as difficult to find out how much money the officials have appropriated as it is to find out how much water the fish swimming in the tank have drunk. The government system provides so many opportunities for corruption that only rarely

  • Depression leads man to become a thief

    Indore : In order to curb thefts in Dwarikapuri, Prajapat Nagar, Rishi Palace, and Saibaba Nagar under Chandan Nagar police circle, a special police team was constituted and was given task to apprehend the culprits.

  • Hope In J&K

    It is good that the Delhi Assembly outcome has not cast a shadow over the ongoing talks for government formation in Jammu and Kashmir. Both the Peoples’ Democratic Party and the BJP are acting cautiously but wisely by pursuing talks in a spirit of mutual accommodation. Given that the voters in the state did not throw up a clear winner, the onus to give them a stable government lies with the two

  • Keep No Paise

    Your naye paise is not meant to be hoarded for a rainy day; it’s meant to be given unto Caesar. When Caesar appears in the form of a red, six-wheeling double decker, you cannot argue with it. So, if the B.E.S.T. puts up its fares and its electric meter rents substantially, the public shall do nothing but give in silence and go home to sulk. Lesser human beings, who do not know