Free Press Journal
  • Housing and Auto Loan Expo by Dena Bank

    Indore : Dena Bank is organised a Housing and Auto Loan Expo in Abhay Prashal on Monday. Real Estate firms such as Shikarji Dreams, DB Pride, Treasure Fantasy, Neelanchal Devcon and Clifton Park, etc participated in the expo. Auto dealers of all segments of the city also attended the expo as well. The bank is providing loans at reasonable interest rates and during the expo it sanctions and disbursed loans amounting to Rs

  • Make heads or tails of sedition

    Every controversy generates a great deal of heat and dust. More often than not they also tend to be ephemeral, forgotten by the time the next ‘news break’ preoccupies the chattering classes. Having played out for an entire week or more, the storm over the demonstrations in Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru University is drawing to a closure — with a lot of loose ends that will still have to be tied, but probably

  • JKEDI campus said no to para security

    Srinagar : The authorities had in the past proposed that the sprawling Jammu and Kashmir Entrepreneurship Development Institute (JKEDI) campus, guarded by a private security agency on a strategic arterial road, be secured by police or paramilitary troopers.

  • Sameer Bhujbal judicial custody extended to Mar

    Mumbai : The special Enforcement Directorate (ED) court, on Monday, extended the judicial custody of ex-MP Sameer Bhujbal till March 7. This is the second time that Sameer has been sent to judicial custody.

  • Two crushed to death by unknown vehicle

    Ujjain : Unknown vehicle crushed bike borne youths to death near village Jawasiya Panth under Ghattia police circle. Accident occurred when Shyamu resident of village Raghavi and Balu resident of village Aamdi were going to village Aamdi on the motorcycle. Unknown vehicle crushed duo to death and fled away from the spot. Duo was identified by their family members at Mahidpur Hospital on Sunday morning. Case has been registered by Ghattia police against

  • We can set clock back, SC to Cong on Arunachal row

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Monday refused to pass an interim order on a fervent plea of Congress against ‘illegal’ swearing-in of its rebel leader Kalikho Pul-led government in Arunachal Pradesh, saying it can ‘set the clock back’ if the Governor’s actions are found unconstitutional.

  • Francesca Schiavone, 35; wins Rio title

    “I wrote this speech this morning, regardless of the result, because I wanted to share my joy with you.  I want to thank everybody who helped me, and now it’s time to enjoy.”

  • BSF finds another Pak boat off Kutch

    Ahmedabad : The BSF has recovered a suspected Pakistani fishing boat in a creek area of Arabian Sea off Koteshwar in Gujarat’s Kutch district, official sources said on Monday, adding this is the third such case in less than three months.

  • No fees to be charged from SC students in govt colleges: CM

    BHOPAL : No fees will be charged from scheduled caste students in all government colleges of the state, the chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan announced in Maihar at Ravidas birth anniversary programme on Monday. The CM also instituted two awards for the entrepreneurs.

  • Vijender’s maiden title bout set for June 11 tentatively

    New Delhi : Star Indian boxer Vijender Singh’s maiden professional title bout was tentatively scheduled for June 11 at the Indira Gandhi Indoor stadium here with the event’s sanctioning authority, the World Boxing Organisation (WBO) promising a “historic and epic” contest.

  • Tram track remnants found in Mumbai!

    Mumbai : Remains of over five-decade-old tram tracks have been found underneath a road in south Mumbai which would be displayed at a museum of BEST, the city civic body’s transport wing, a senior official said on Monday.