Free Press Journal
  • Najeeb Jung, Arvind Kejriwal

    Both Centre, Delhi fail to get full relief

    New Delhi :  Both the Centre and the Delhi Government on Friday failed to get total relief from courts in their current battle over AAP government’s right to appoint senior bureaucrats to key posts.

  • 3rd world helps Blatter win

    Zurich :  Embattled FIFA chief Sepp Blatter was re-elected president on Friday, even though he was hounded last week by a corruption scandal and public criticism. This will be his fifth term as the head of soccer’s world governing body.

  • RSS says it feels ‘pity’ for Rahul Gandhi

    New Delhi :  The Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh on Friday lashed out at Rahul Gandhi for his comments on the RSS, saying it could only pity him for what he had said.

  • Indian-Americans win Spelling Bee in historic tie

    Washington :  Scripting history, two Indian-American children on Friday won the world’s prestigious spelling bee contest in a tie, the second time in a row, maintaining the community’s complete dominance in the competition.

  • Delhi IGI airport

    Panic over ‘radioactive’ leak

    New Delhi :  The authorities in the national Capital hit the panic button on Friday over a suspected radioactive leak at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport on Friday.

  • toll plaza,closed

    No toll for light vehicles on 53 plazas from Sunday

    Mumbai :  As a part its exercise to make the state ‘toll free’ the state government has decided to shut down 12 toll plazas, while there will be no toll for private four-wheelers (light vehicles) and state transport buses at 53 toll plazas, PWD minister Chandrakant Patil has said.

  • GDP: India level with China

    New Delhi :  India may have just fallen short of surpassing China as the fastest-growing emerging market economy in 2014-15, but its 7.3 percent growth is expected to have matched that of the Asian neighbour, according to official data released here on Friday.

  • Ban on IIT-M study group spurs bitter political spat

    New Delhi :  A day after Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi launched a strong attack on the Modi government for trying to run the country like a RSS shakha, one of country’s most prestigious institutes of higher learning — the Indian Institute of Technology (Madras) — banned a student body, the Ambedkar Periyar Study Circle, for ‘flouting’ the institute’s guidelines. However, this was a thin disguise for the real reason — the APSC

  • Ex-cop Arjun Singh Parihar was smothered to death

    Indore :  Though police have yet to receive a detailed autopsy report and expert opinion, the short postmortem report suggests that the retired police officer Parihar was died of asphyxiation after being smothered to death. The role of some acquaintance is also not ruled out.

  • Diya gets special care after last debacle killed its cubs

    Indore :  After the recent good news from the Kamla Nehru Prani Sanghralaya (City Zoo), the officials have now diverted their energies on taking care of the new mother, the white tigress Diya.

  • SELLING OF WHITENER- Keep record of customers, Narahari to shopkeepers

    Indore :  District Collector P Narahari issued an order under Section 144 of CrPC 1973 directing shopkeepers to sell the whitener popularly known as Erase-X only to adults and keep the record of all sales made such as name, address of the buyer and date of sale etc.

  • Six new BEd colleges to open in Indore, get DAVV NOC

    Indore :  Bachelor of Education (BEd) course that was considered as one of most unpopular courses among students for years, is now in demand. Anticipating the growing craze of the course among students, as many as six colleges in Indore division have geared up to start UG programme in teachers’ education.

  • MPPSC blacklists 32 candidates involved in paper leak case

    Indore :  For the first time, Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) has blacklisted as many as 32 candidates found involved in Ayurveda medical officer’s exam paper leak case occurred in May, 2014.

  • Better frequency on Harbour Line soon

    A new technology will work by maintaining a safety margin between two trains moving one after the other, irrespective of the signals  (more…)

  • Ladies coach gets CCTV

    Mumbai : There will not be any threat to the privacy of women commuters with the installation of CCTV cameras in local trains, assured SK Sood, who presently holds the additional charge as General Manager of Western Railway.

  • Aruna’s assailant is traced to UP village

    Mumbai : Even as police remains clueless about Aruna Shanbaug’s assailant, a local newspaper has claimed to have traced him to a village in Uttar Pradesh where he is working as a labourer and said he cannot recall what happened on that fateful day.