Free Press Journal
  • Age Cap Under EPFO Pension Scheme May Be Raised To 60

    New Delhi : Retirement fund body EPFO’s trustees in a meeting on Thursday will consider a proposal to raise the age limit from 58 to 60 years for vesting of pension under the Employees’ Pension Scheme (EPS-95).

  • HDFC Bank Q3 Net Profit Rises 20%

    Mumbai : India’s second largest private lender HDFC Bank reported 20.2% increase in net profit to Rs 2,794.5 crore for the third quarter ended December, driven by a surge in core interest earnings.

  • Tata’s Vistara Trademark ‘Objected’

    New Delhi : Tatas are facing ‘objection’ in registering ‘Vistara’ trademark for their aviation joint venture with Singapore Airlines which began operations last month.

  • Seven injured in clash

    Dewas: 7 persons including 3 women were injured during an armed clash between two groups over a land dispute at Awalia Piplia village on Sunday. Police claimed over a feud two groups and respectively led by Mohanlal and Nilesh entered a fight and attacked each other where Radha, Sushila and Asha also sustained injuries.

  • Company commander killed in accident

    Dewas : A company commander of Special Arms Forces was killed while his wife injured critically after their car dashed against a tree on Sunday. The accident occurred near village Jetpura on Dewas-Bhopal road when Shivkumar (company commander) was travelling towards Indore in a car MP 04 H-2170 along with his wife Pushpa. The condition of Pushpa is reported critical who is admitted in a hospital in Indore.

  • Chhattisgarh NEWS

    Centre to extend all support to uproot LWE: Rajnath Singh 

  • Orissa News

    Odisha CM Participates In Governing Council Of NITI Aayog

  • Cong in full combat mode for show down on MPPEB scam

    BHOPAL : The senior Congress leaders gathering at Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) office on Monday will rake up MP Professional Examination Board (MPPEB) scam and show the party’s unity in state after Lok Sabha polls, only on the instructions of All India Congress Committee (AICC).

  • China Dams On Brahmaputra Pose Huge Ecological Risk

    Canadian Environmentalist Who Has Done Extensive Research On The Subject, Says If All The Large Dams Proposed By China On Rivers Within Tibet Begin Operations, Brahmaputra Will Never Be The Same Again

  • 35 Convert In Kerala Under ‘Ghar Wapsi’

    Kottayam (Ker) : A group of 35 people on Sunday “re-converted” to Hinduism as VHP continued with its ‘ghar wapsi’ programme despite criticism from various quarters, with the outfit claiming that they hailed Dalit families who had converted to Christianity a few generations back.

  • STF files list of 70 seat-blockers in HC

    BHOPAL : The Special Task Force (STF) of MP Police has interrogated many seat-blockers to gather clues about seat fixing scam, involving private medical colleges of Madhya Pradesh.

  • JD (U), Allies Blame Bihar Guv For Political Logjam

    Patna :  In a display of solidarity ahead of the trust vote lined up for February 20 for the Jitan Ram Manjhi government, JD(U) and its allies on Sunday came out together to slam Bihar Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi and the BJP for the political instability in the state, reports PTI.

  • Yuvraj, Amla to go under IPL hammer

    Bengaluru: Top cricketers Yuvraj Singh and Hashim Amla will be the star attractions in IPL 8 auctions that will see quite a few Indian and International players going under the hammer on Monday. Last year’s most expensive buy, Yuvraj, who was picked by Royal Challengers Bangalore for Rs. 14 crores, will once again be one of the biggest names to hit the auction table this time around.

  • Sharpshooter of ‘D’ Company held

    PANAJI: A “D Company” sharpshooter wanted in the 1993 Mumbai blasts that killed more than 250 people has been arrested in Goa, the police said on Sunday. He was arrested in Saligao, a village 10 km north of Panaji, where he was residing in a rented room for nearly eight years.

  • Judges confront airline officials

    BHOPAL: A delegation of apex court and high court judges grouped together and rounded up the Raja Bhoj airport officials in Gandhi Nagar as the flight of Jet Airways from which they were scheduled to depart for Mumbai delayed for almost two hours on Sunday afternoon. However, the matter was resolved as the manager of Jet Airways who was not present at the time of incident reached the spot and apologised for

  • Modi Has No Role In Bihar Crisis: Naidu

    Hyderabad : Refuting Nitish Kumar’s charge that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was behind the ongoing political crisis in Bihar, Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu on Sunday said that the situation arose over JD(U)’s internal squabbles.

  • Two including pregnant woman die of Swine flu

    BHOPAL : The swine flu claimed two more women patients in Hamidia Hospital in the city on Sunday. One of the women was pregnant.

  • Deluge Of Calls For Cow Slaughter Ban

    In The Last Eight Months, The Govt Has Received Over A Lakh Representation From Various Organisations On The Sensitive Issue