Free Press Journal
  • Delhi Metro services hit due to trade fair rush

    New Delhi: Metro services on Blue Line, the busiest corridor, were severely hit today owing to “excessive” passenger rush at the Pragati Maidan station due to the ongoing India International Trade Fair.

  • CBSE issues OTBA material for classes IX and XI

    Indore : CBSE has issued Open Text-Based Assessment (OTBA) material for students of class IX and XI for the exam to be conducted in March 2016. The OTBA material can be downloaded from CBSE official site.

  • 45,000 to appear in 5th semester exams, starting today

    Indore : Nearly 45000 students of traditional undergraduate courses will participate in the fifth semester exams starting on Thursday. The exams will be held till December 16.

  • Kiran wouldn’t be Aamir’s wife in ‘intolerant’ India: Bajpai

    Azamgarh (UP): If India would have been an intolerant country, then Kiran Rao would not have been Aamir Khan’s wife, UP BJP chief Laxmi Kant Bajpai said today, while terming the actor’s remarks on ‘intolerance’ in the country, as a “national insult”.

  • Full transcript of statement made by Aamir on Wednesday

    New Delhi : First let me state categorically that neither I, nor my wife Kiran, have any intention of leaving the country. We never did, and nor would we like to in the future. Anyone implying the opposite has either not seen my interview or is deliberately trying to distort what I have said. India is my country, I love it, I feel fortunate for being born here, and this is where

  • Two including panchayat secretary die in accident

    SIRONJ: Panchayat secretary Samander Singh and a man died while another man was injured in an accident which took place in Sironj on Tuesday. According to the sources, an accident took place in Mehlua square in Sironj in which Kanhaiyalal Kurmi was died. Panchayat secretary Samandar Singh and Purshottam Sharma got injured and were taken to Bhopal for treatment. On Tuesday, Samandar Singh took his last breath at midnight. On the other

  • Prakash Parva celebrated

    HOSHANGABAD : Prakash Parva of Gurunanak Devji, a festival of Sikh community was celebrated with happiness in a Gurudwara at Mangalwara Ghat. Municipal Corporation president Akhilesh Khandelwal along with Awtar Singh, Shamsher Singh and others were present on the occasion. A program was also organized in Gurudwara in which ‘Akhand path’ of Guru Granth Sahib and Gurbani was done by Ranjit Singh. On the occasion of Prakash Parva, ‘Langar’ was also carried

  • Sanjay Sidhna becomes block president

    SEONI MALWA : Sanjay Sidhna was nominated for the post of block president of Azad teachers’ union in a meeting held in Shivraj Park Seoni Malwa under district president Madhu Hurmade. In the meeting, teachers were informed about the grand meeting which is being organized Shivraj Singh Chouhan on December 5 in which maximum number of teachers has to take part.

  • Sedition case filed in Bihar court

    Muzaffarpur (Bihar): A complaint was filed in a court here today against film star Aamir Khan and his wife Kiran Rao under various sections including sedition over his remarks on intolerance.

  • Yeh Pappu Toh Fail Ho Gaya 

    Rahul tries to do a la Modi with students but fails to connect .

  • SGSITS seeks renewal of autonomous status

    Indore : Shri Govindram Seksaria Institute of Technology and Science, whose autonomous status is expiring on December 31, has applied for renewal of the autonomy in Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya and Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya (RGPV).

  • Session’s fate in Govt hands: Congress

    New Delhi : Even before the commencement of the winter session of Parliament, the main opposition Congress has washed off its hands from the responsibility of ensuring that the proceedings are a smooth affair ‘‘We are a constructive opposition, and want to cooperate with the government, but the responsibility for the smooth conduct of the proceedings rests with them. They have to accommodate the concerns of all the opposition parties,” said Ghulam Nabi

  • Protest against terrorism in Gwalior

    GWALIOR:  To condemn the mass killings in France, a silent protest was carried out by Muslim community at Harishankarpuram Masjid on Wednesday. Senior journalist Javed Khan said that terrorist activities in Paris, Turkey, Lebanon and many other countries is an act of shame and it has no place in Islam. Muslim clerics and students were carrying boards giving the message of brotherhood.