Free Press Journal
  • Amarnath

    Amarnath Yatra resumes via Baltal route

    Jammu: After three days Amarnath Yatra resumed via Kashmir’s Baltal route as a fresh batch of 1,514 pilgrims left Jammu for the valley.

  • wall collapse

    Delhi house collapse: Search for nine-year-old on

    New Delhi: Rescuers on Sunday frantically searched for a nine-year-old girl, who is suspected to be trapped in the debris of a house that collapsed here overnight, while the toll rose to five.

  • US firm paid $976K bribe to win Indian water project!

    Washington : A New Jersey-based construction management firm has been charged with bribing Indian officials with several crores of rupees to win two major water developmental projects in Goa and in Guwahati.

  • Eid celebrated with gusto, decorum

    Indore : Eid was celebrated throughout the city with decorum on Saturday. Namaz was read and people hugged each other and wished Happy Eid.

  • Tele-medicine facility to come up at MGM

    Indore : Telemedicine facility is likely to come up at MGM Medical College soon as the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has geared up to roping in partners for operations and management of the project.

  • Dissent note on promotion of ‘tainted’ readers

    Indore: A member of a scrutiny committee, constituted by Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya for promotion of some readers to professor post, has filed note of dissent citing University Grants Commission (UGC)’s norms. His note of dissent is likely to hit the promotion process under career advancement scheme. The case in point here is appointment of some 10 contractual teachers as readers in the DAVV some years ago.

  • Parliment session may be washout

    New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi”s arrogance of throwing an open challenge to the Opposition for a Muqabla (confrontation) in Parliament from Jammu on Friday does not bode well for the 3-week monsoon session beginning on Tuesday.

  • AICTE delays CMAT registrations, its dates may now clash with that of CAT

    Indore : All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), which opens registration window in the first week of July every year for Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) held in September, has delayed the process indicating that the exam this year may be conducted in October.

  • City drenched as rain gods turn benevolent after long gap

    BHOPAL : After a long spell of dry weather, light to moderate rain blessed the state capital on Saturday. There was sharp drop of eight degree Celsius in the day temperature.

  • Drone farce confirmed

    Spy drone shot down by Pak was manufactured by Chinese firm

  • CBI books 175 in Contractual Teachers’ Recruitment Fraud

    BHOPAL : The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) filed two more cases in Vyapam scam in Contractual Teachers Recruitment Tests against 175 accused under Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 along with several other sections of IPC, said agency sources.

  • Congress insults me as I am Dalit: Niranjan Jyoti

    BHOPAL : Union Minister of State for Food Processing Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti, during her visit to Bhopal on Saturday, said that the Congress was continuously insulting her as she was a Dalit.

  • Rains fail to dampen Eid spirit; people turn out in their Sunday best

    BHOPAL : Amidst much-awaited rain, Eid-ul-Fitr was celebrated in the state capital with gaiety and traditional fervour on Saturday with mass prayers for peace and prosperity at various mosques. The biggest congregation was at Idgah, where Shehr Quazi Mustaq Ali Nadvi offered namaz along with thousands of devotees.

  • Bill to revamp Vyapam unlikely to come up in monsoon session

    BHOPAL : The state government’s decision to make comprehensive changes in the set-up of Vyapam may not see the light of the day, at least not for now. The Bill stipulating changes in Vyapam’s set-up and examination system is unlikely to be presented in the Monsoon session of the State Assembly. The government fears that opposition to this bill may further compound its problems.

  • Ministers, MLAs prepare for Vyapam battle on House floor

    BHOPAL : The ruling as well as the opposition party has started preparing for the debate on Vyapam scam in the Monsoon session of the State Assembly, beginning from Monday. The government has prepared a note covering all issues related to Vyapam for ruling party MLAs and Ministers.

  • New equations emerge in Cong as Diggy-Pachauri inch closer

    BHOPAL : Former State Congress President Suresh Pachauri, whose defeat from Bhojpur seat in Assembly elections had lowered his stocks in the party, is once again trying to regain his position. Pachauri, in order to regain his position is preparing to join hands with former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh.

  • Society denies the row was over non-veg food

    Mumbai : Despite the big row over non-vegetarian food in a society in Dahisar on Thursday, it now transpires that the fight was not over diet but over some petty issues.

  • Another bar owner in net for journalist murder

    Mira Road : In a sensational twist in the journalist murder case, another ladies bar operator from Mira Road landed into the custody of the Thane (rural) police on Saturday. Two journalists – Shashi Sharma and Santosh Mishra – who had gone to cover a police raid on White House – an orchestra bar in Sai Baba Nagar, were brutally attacked by bar operator – Ganesh Kamath and his cronies on Thursday night.