Free Press Journal
  • Computer operator accused of accepting bribes

    Umaria : A computer operator at Shala Sankul Centre Government Kumar Mangalam the Higher Secondary School Naurojabad, Rupesh Kumar Dahiya has allegedly been involved in taking bribes for mapping of scholarships, feeding and billing of scholarships.

  • Aishwarya Khubchandani, Tushar Shahani emerge supreme

    Mumbai :  Giant-killers Aishwarya Khubchandani and Tushar Shahani, both of Maharashtra, emerged supreme in the 2-Star Matunga Gymkhana All India Junior Open Squash Tournament, at the ASB glassback courts.

  • Horoscope

    Aries:- If you want to improve yourself, listen to what critics have to say. Happiness will prevail. You need to understand your life partner to ensure you have a peaceful life

  • Words In Good Faith Or ‘Jumla’?

    After months of criticism that he was keeping silent in the face of grave provocations by Hindutva groups who were trying to raise the communal temperature in the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi finally came out and spoke about how his government would not tolerate religious intolerance. “My government will ensure there is complete freedom of faith,” he said, at an event organised by the Syro Malabar Church, to honour two Indians

  • Try Defending That, Mr Parrikar

    The revelation by Coast Guard DIG BK Loshali that he had ordered that the Pakistani boat be blown up is serious indeed. A video of Loshali’s claim at a meeting recently, where he said, “Let me tell, I hope you remember that December 31 night…we blew off that Pakistan…we have blown them off. I was there in Gandhinagar and I told blow that boat off. We don’t want to serve them biryani.”

  • Delhi in tatters against Mumbai in Ranji Trophy

    Cuttack :  Mumbai pace spearhead Shardul Thakur once again struck early to leave Delhi in tatters at 110 for four in their 440-run chase on Day 4 of the cricket Ranji Trophy quarterfinals, here today.

  • More Questions Than Answers

    Truth-telling is the best policy — for individuals, public and private corporations, governments, et al. Anything other than the truth, and there is always the risk of it popping up unannounced in some quirky way when you least expect it to. Yes, we are referring to the blowing up of a Pakistani boat on the night of December 31 last year off the Gujarat coast.  It was then claimed that the Coast

  • NAAC team knocks at Govt PG Home Science College

    Hoshangabad : A team of National Accreditation and Assessment Council’s 3 member team inspected Hoshangabad’s Govt Girl’s Home Science College where chairperson of the three member team, Bharti Singh was accompanied by 2 other members Professor SK Basu, Dr KN Pushpalata.

  • Celestial Motion

    Followers of Shri Krishnamurti, the mystic, should be pleased with the piece of news from Paris, saying that the earth is slowing down. For, the sage has always emphasised speed, excessive hustle and bustle, as the evil that corrodes modern man.