Free Press Journal
  • Merely 16 results of BCom 5th sem exams withheld

    Indore : The Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV), which has earned a reputation of announcing results of every exam in bits and pieces, has delivered results of BCom fifth semester exams in contrast to its reputation.

  • MoU in Singapore with company already working in state!

    BHOPAL : A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed in Singapore, in the presence of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan with a company which is already working in the state. Chauhan was told that the MoU with the said company was a new investment.

  • Woman killed in road mishap

    Indore: A woman died on Saturday afternoon when she was run over by a speeding school bus on Dhar Road. She was one her way to meet a relative accompanied by another relative when the accident occurred.

  • MoU signed for world’s biggest solar energy plant

    BHOPAL : A ‘Financial Advisory Services Agreement’ was signed between Solar Energy Corporation of India, Madhya Pradesh Energy Development Corporation and International Finance Corporation (IFC) here on Saturday for an ultra mega solar plant to be set up in Rewa district of the state. As per the agreement, International Finance Corporation would be providing its services as a financial advisor.

  • Amer Bakery Hut security guard murdered

    BHOPAL: A security guard in the Amer Bakery Hut located at Bittan Market was murdered on the intervening night of Friday-Saturday.

  • Three vehicles torched at Fajalpura

    Ujjain : Unknown miscreants torched three vehicles at Fajalpura here on late Friday. The vehicles belong to one Ajhar Khan. Khan owns a poultry shop near Fajalpura link road in Najar Ali Mill Compound area.

  • "Start-Up India will change conventions. Government will merely be a facilitator for start-ups." — Arun Jaitley, Finance Minister

    Start-ups vital change in our mindset: Govt

    New Delhi : Addressing the ‘Start-up India’ launch programme at Vigyan Bhawan here on Saturday evening, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said it has indeed been a fascinating experience for this country, as it represents the changing social profile of India and probably a future economic and business profile.

  • (L-R) Anuj Golecha, Co-founder, Venture Catalysts, Anil Jain, Co-founder, Venture Catalysts, Devendra Fadnavis, Chief Minister, Vallabh Bhansali, Chairman and Co-founder, during the launch of Venture Catalysts in Mumbai on Saturday.

    City to be made Start-up capital: CM

    The blueprint of Startup India, Standup India Initiative, unveiled on Saturday, is government’s new-year gift to the entrepreneurship landscape in the country, said the Chief Minister (more…)

  • Modi regales with one-liners!

    New Delhi :  Prime Minister Narendra Modi was in his elements at the launch of Start-up India’ and ‘Stand-up India’ movement on Saturday, regaling a smart audience of young entrepreneurs, start-up founders, techies, ministers and officials at Vigyan Bhavan here.

  • Mega block on Central Railway today

    Mumbai : Central Railway is operating mega block on its suburban section for carrying out maintenance work on Sunday. There will be a mega block on Vidyavihar-Thane down fast line from10.30am to 3.00pm. Following this, all down fast line services leaving CST from 9.53am to 2.54pm will be diverted on down slow line at Matunga halting at all stations from Sion to Mumbra and further re-diverted on down fast line at Diva. These

  • Par panel meet on Pathankot attack deferred by week

    New Delhi : A Parliamenatary panel, which was supposed take up Pathankot terror attack issue on Monday has deferred it for a week after the Home Ministry sought some more time, saying facts cannot disclosed at this stage as the investigations are ongoing.

  • Day later, Muslims up in arms on AMU status

     NEW DELHI : The Muslim organisations have come out against the Modi government’s attempt to first question the minority character of the Aligarh Muslim University and now trying to also remove the label of the minority institution bestowed upon the Jamia Millia Islamia in Delhi by the National Commission for Minority Educational Institutions.

  • Desperate India eye survival, Australia aim for a hat-trick

    Melbourne : Their bowling frailties thoroughly exposed in the first two ODIs, India are left with no option but to bank heavily on their batsmen to steer the side and upstage the rampaging Australians in the must-win third ODI here today.

  • Steps being taken to curb honey trap cases: Parrikar

    Jaipur : Against the backdrop of an IAF official falling prey to a honey trap, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said all precautions are being taken to prevent such incidents which have so far been confined to the lower level.

  • Baba Ramdev to hold free yoga camp

    Mumbai: Baba Ramdev will conduct a free yoga and meditation camp at MMRDA ground in Bandra-Kurla Complex from January 17-21. It will take place from 4-7.30 am. The event is organised by Patanjali Yogapeeth Trust’s Acharyakulam Shikshan Sansthanam.

  • Sops Galore For Start-Up Mission

    PM unveils layer after layer of incentives while unveiling a Rs 10,000 cr fund for the mission,