Free Press Journal
  • ABAP Prez, Gen Sec meet Simhastha Fair authorities

    Ujjain : Akhil Bharatiya Akhada Parishad (ABAP) president Swami Narendra Giriji and general secretary Swami Hari Giriji on Wednesday met the administrative authorities holding responsibility of Simhastha Fair-2016.

  • High Court sends notice to actor Saif Ali Khan

    Jabalpur : Jabalpur High Court Justice Kk Trivedi and Rajendra Menon sent notice to the actor Saif Ali Khan and Bhopal Collector over the issue of controversial land of erstwhile Bhopal Riyasat.

  • FTII: Picture Abhi Baaki Hai

    Ten prominent filmmakers take up battle against Gajendra Chauhan and return their awards even as FTII students call off their 139-day strike .

  • MEA to media: Don’t interact with Geeta

    Indore : Geeta, who is staying in a city school for Deaf and dumb, is slowly adjusting with local atmosphere. In the meantime, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) has asked the school administration not to allow media people to interact with her. The local administration posted two police men to guard her round the clock.

  • Thieves strike in court premises

    Indore : Thieves strike at offices of advocates in the court premises and decamped with computer and ther documents. Police have registered a case and started investigation.

  • 1260-unit blood collected during blood donation camp

    MANDSAUR : Breaking the record of Dalaud of collecting 1201 units of blood in a day, Manasa’s massive blood donation camp collected 1260 units of blood and created a new record in the state. The camp was organised on October 26 on the occasion of Mahrashi Valmiki Jayanti at three branches of the bank including Manasa, Savan, and Mahagarh wherein villagers of around 135 villages participated and voluntarily donated the blood. Refreshments

  • City to become barrier free

    Hoshangabad : The process of making barriers free city has been started after passing bill in the special conference of Municipal Corporation .According to this, power lift are being created for the old and disabled people.

  • 3 students hurt in mishap

    indore : Three youths were injured in a road mishap near White Church late on Tuesday night. Police have registered a case and started investigation.

  • Chhota Rajan homecoming: Race against time

    Mumbai : The NDA government must keep an eye on the calendar if it wants to secure the custody of Chhota Rajan. This is because as per the Indonesian law, if an accused is arrested on a red corner notice, he has to be deported to the country where he is wanted within 20 days from the date of his detention. If the CBI, which is the nodal agency for Interpol, fails to

  • Indrani Mukerjea

    Indrani Mukerjea in hospital again, with suspected dengue

    Mumbai : Indrani Mukerjea, one of the prime accused in the Sheena Bora murder case, was admitted to Sir JJ Hospital on Wed-nesday afternoon for treatment of suspected dengue, hospital sources said. She had been complaining of fever and other dengue-related symptoms for a week, jail officials said. A team of doctors from JJ hospital were sent to check her condition inside the Byculla Jail on Wednesday morning. Following which, she was rushed to JJ

  • Fire breaks out at palm tree due to lightening

    Jabalpur: Due to heavy rainy storm there were a current fell on the palm tree near the MLB School near at Right Town, here on Wednesday. Although there were many electrical equipment like TV etc get damaged due to the lightening. But there were no harm of any person in the mishap.

  • Chauhan inaugurates BJP office in Ratlam

    RATLAM : The election office of the Bhartiya Janata Party candidate for the by election of the Ratlam-Jhabua parliamentary seat was inaugurated by State BJP President Nandkumar Singh Chauhan on Wednesday. Nirmala Bhuria is BJP candidate from the seat which was vacant after death of Dilip Singh Bhuria.

  • Two killed, six injured in road mishap

    SANAWAD : Two persons were killed and six others suffered severe injuries in a road mishap took place on Punasa road about 15 km from town on Wednesday. The deceased have been identified as Santosh Laxman (25), resident of Sivriya Harsood and Shree Ram Kamal Singh (40), resident of Chanera. Injured were rushed to the civil hospital and after primary medication they have been referred to Indore.

  • Two members order fine on Jaypee; CCI Chairman, others overrule

    New Delhi : Raising serious concerns over unfair business practices in realty sector, two members of Competition Commission have ordered Rs 666 crore fine on JP Associates, but were overruled by the Chairman and other members of the regulatory body, reports PTI.

  • Novartis gets USFDA warning letter for two plants in India

    New Delhi : Sandoz, the generic drug arm of Swiss drug major Novartis, has received a warning letter from the US health regulator for violations of current good manufacturing practice (cGMP) norms at its two plants in Western India.

  • Jet Airways posts Rs 88 cr profit on lower fuel costs

    New Delhi : Jet Airways reported 25 % jump in net profit at Rs 87.59 crore in the second quarter of this fiscal, ended September, boosted by low aviation turbine fuel prices and high passenger traffic.   The private carrier had posted a net profit of Rs 69.82 crore in the year-ago period as it had benefitted from surplus arising out of slump sale of its Jet Privilege Frequent Flyer Programme. Jet Airways’

  • Thermax Q2 profit drops 25%

    Mumbai : Shares of engineering solutions provider Thermax Ltd were down over 5 % after the company reported 24.6 % plunge in standalone net profit for the quarter ended September 30. The stock dipped 5.38 % to settle at Rs 845.15 on the BSE. During the day, it tumbled 6.62 % to Rs 834. Thermax reported 24.6 % drop in standalone net profit at Rs 64.83 crore for the quarter ended September 30.

  • Nepal ends Indian monopoly on fuel

    Kathmandu : The Narendra Modi government has lost the advantage in Nepal: Kathmandu on Wednesday signed a MoU with Petro China in order to import all kinds of fuel from China, ending a long-held monopoly of buying fuel from the Indian Oil Corp. The fuel supplies will ease crippling shortages owing to an unofficial trade fuel embargo that India has enforced for the past one month. Owing to the de facto Indian embargo, Nepal has faced