Free Press Journal
  • Nicotine Band refused to perform at Aakshank 2016, IET-DAVV

    Indore : Nicotine Band, which was formed in Indore in 2006, refused to perform at Aakshank 2016, IET-DAVV saying that the sound system was inadequate and the arrangements not apt for their music concert.

  • Modi tells all states to emulate MP for agri development

    BHOPAL: Addressing a farmers’ welfare rally at Bareilly in Uttar Pradesh on Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that Madhya Pradesh has made remarkable progress in agriculture sector. For this, the state has been receiving Krishi Karman Awards continuously.  The PM said that Madhya Pradesh’s farmers have shown prowess to lead the country in agriculture sector. If Madhya Pradesh’s farmers and CM can give such good results in a short time then

  • Couple injured as stove burst

    Indore: A couple sustained burns when a stove in their house burst into flames. Both have been rushed to a hospital and are undergoing treatment. The couple’s daughter, however, escaped unhurt.

  • Kohli vs Amir is as exciting as my duel with Sachin: Shoaib

    Mirpur : From Eden Gardens to Centurion, Shoaib Akhtar has had many memorable on-field battles with Sachin Tendulkar and he feels that Mohammed Amir and Virat Kohli’s face-offs will also go down the cricket history as some of the epic duels.

  • Tigers pip Sri Lanka

    Mirpur : Bangladesh registered a 23-run upset victory over defending champions Sri Lanka in a round robin league encounter to keep their hopes alive of qualifying for the final of Asia Cup T20 cricket tournament on Sunday.

  • Class III girl injured in road mishap succumbs

    Indore : A Class III girl succumbed to injures, sustained in a road mishap, in a private hospital on Sunday morning. She was going to her coaching class with her maternal grandfather on an Activa two days ago when the accident was occurred. Police have registered a case against the errant driver and started an investigation into the matter.

  • Malad again registers poor air quality level

    Mumbai : Air pollution levels in the city rose to poor category on Sunday with Malad reporting the worst air quality index of 454 which is a severe category.

  • Focus on Bharat in Union Budget?

    What will Arun Jaitley do in his third Budget today? Well, even if he wants to do much, his options are severely limited, leaving him little room other than to take care of the big numbers. The two deficits, that is, revenue and fiscal, matter because somehow foreign investors attach a lot of importance to them before investing in India. He will also be mindful of the general price-line.

  • After Central varsities, schools also to fly flag

    New Delhi : Days after Vice Chancellors of central universities resolved to hoist the national flag prominently on their campuses, the government-run Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) has directed all its schools to fly the tricolour on their buildings daily.

  • Birla’s UltraTech buys JP’s cement units for Rs 17k cr

    New Delhi : Aditya Birla Group firm UltraTech announced acquisition of debt-ridden JP Group’s cement plants for nearly Rs 17,000 crore (about USD 2.5 billion), making it the biggest deal in the sector. UltraTech Cement said it entered into a binding Memorandum of Understanding with Jaiprakash Associates Limited for the acquisition of its identified cement plants having total cement capacity of 22.4 MTPA (million tons per annum) situated in Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh,

  • Police organise workshop on crimes

    Indore : A one-day workshop on crimes relating to fraud and conspiracy was held on Sunday at the Police Control Room auditorium by the city police.

  • Pak greats laud Kohli’s match-winning effort

    Karachi : Former Pakistan players Hanif Muhammad, Javed Miandad and Muhammad Yousuf have praised India’s Virat Kohli for playing a sensible and mature innings on a difficult pitch against a top bowling attack to guide his side to victory over the archrivals in the Asia Cup.

  • All colleges under DAVV provide info for AISHE

    Last date to upload details on AISHE website was Feb 28; all the 276 colleges under DAVV provided the information within the deadline.

  • State Secretariat seeks attendance of BEd students

    Indore : Citing an issue raised by an MLA in State Assembly, the Secretariat has sought attendance of BEd course students of colleges in Indore and Ujjain divisions.

  • Rohit Sharma undergoes X-ray test after being hit on toe

    Mirpur: India opener Rohit Sharma on Sunday underwent a precautionary x-ray after being hit on the left toe in the very first ball he faced against Pakistan. Rohit was hit on the left toe by pacer Mohammad Amir in the very first ball of India’s chase.