Free Press Journal
  • Career fair at GACC on Mar 4-5

    Indore: A district-level career opportunity fair would be organised at Atal Behari Vajpayee Government Arts and Commerce College also known as GACC on March 4 and 5.

  • Advani wins both matches on day 1

    Colombo : Making his 10th appearance at the Asian Billiards Championship, ace cueist Pankaj Advani ended the day by winning both his matches 4-0.

  • McDermott to step down from Oz role

    Sydney: Former fast bowler Craig McDermott will step down as assistant Australia coach after the World T20 in India, Cricket Australia said.

  • Maharashtra thump Railways 3-0

    Mumbai : Hosts Maharashtra continued with their domineering run of form with a thumping 3-0 victory against Railways in a Group-A league match of the 70thNational Football Championship for the Santosh Trophy, conducted by WIFA under the auspices of AIFF and hosted and played at Nagpur, on Wednesday. This was the second successive win for Maharashtra who had earlier defeated Jammu & Kashmir 3-1 in the opening group match.

  • HC to IMC  Give week’s time  before taking removal drive

    Indore  : Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court directed Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) to give at least seven days notice to residents before carrying out removal drive against their structures.

  • Atletico Madrid coast to 3-0 win

    Madrid : Atletico Madrid had an easy time at the Vicente Calderon, dominating Real Sociedad 3-0 to move within five points of La Liga leaders Barcelona.

  • Conman dupes thousands of students

    Indore : Thousands of students were duped by a conman promising them hefty returns under the Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY).

  • Pvt bill advocating fee regulation accepted

    Indore : A private bill advocating fee regulation Act in private schools of Madhya Pradesh was accepted by the state legislative assembly for consideration. The bill will be discussed in the state legislative assembly on March 11.

  • Government to sell energy-efficient ACs, fan at lower price, says Piyush Goyal

    New Delhi :  After the LED bulb distribution scheme, the government is mulling a similar programme under which it will sell on EMI energy-efficient fans and air conditioners at prices much lower than market rates. “We will soon come out with highly energy-efficient air conditioners on payment plans, so that you can pay for the air conditioner as you save money,” Power Minister Piyush Goyal said addressing a press conference here.

  • Mumbai dig a hole for itself

    Mumbai : An own goal by Syed Rahim Nabi spoilt the show for Mumbai FC who led twice only to be held to a 2-2 draw by Aizawl FC in an llth round I-League football match at the Cooperage ground here on Wednesday.

  • Bengaluru beat Lajong

    Shillong : Bengaluru FC (BFC) defeated Shillong Lajong 2-0 to consolidate their second position in the I-League football tournament at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, here on Wednesday.
    Udanta Singh (36th minute) gave BFC the lead before Seong-Yong Kim (82nd) made it 2-0 in favour of the visitors.
    BFC have now narrowed the gap with league leaders and defending champions Mohun Bagan to just one point. They are on 21 points from 10 matches, with six

  • Bhel shares gain nearly 5% on bagging Rs 5,600 cr order

    Mumbai :  Bhel’s scrip rose by nearly 5 per cent on Wednesday after the power equipment maker bagged an order worth Rs 5,600 crore for 1,600 MW power plant from Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation (TANGEDCO).

  • Health employees stir affects health services

    Ujjain: The indefinite strike launched by contractual health employees has affected health services at health centers and hospitals across the district. Facilities like regular vaccination, medicine distribution, examination of patients, lab testing, cheque distribution of Janani Suaraksha, TB unit, online MCTS entry and several other health services have affected due to the strike. MP Contractual Health Officials & Employees Association has decided to continue the protest as their demands have not been

  • HDFC Ltd to raise Rs 2K cr by via debentures on pvt placement

    New Delhi :  Leading mortgage lender HDFC Ltd on Wednesday said it will raise Rs 2,000 crore via non-convertible debentures (NCDs) to fund business needs. It will raise the proceeds on a private placement basis by issuing secured redeemable NCDs, it said in a filing on BSE.

  • Kalash Yatra taken out to mark Shiv Shakti Maha Yajna

    Ujjain : A grand Kalash Yatra procession was taken out to mark the beginning of weeklong Shiv Shakti Maha Yajna at Lekoda village on Wednesday. The deity of Lokeshwar Mahadev was consecrated on this occasion. 108 women lifted water from holy rivers in the Kalash on their heads throughout the procession. Rituals like Dashvidhi Snan, Panchang Karma, Agni Pravesh and others were performed. Janpad Vice-president Ravi Bhankar Verma told that 200 ancient temples