Free Press Journal
  • SC asks TRAI to apprise it on amending call drops regulations

    New Delhi: Supreme Court today asked the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India to consider the papers dealing with technical aspects of call drops and apprise it of its stand on whether it could consider amending regulations to impose penalty on telecom firms.

  • Musharraf leaves Pakistan after travel ban lifted

    Islamabad: Pakistan’s ex-military ruler Pervez Musharraf left the country early today for medical treatment in Dubai, a day after the government allowed him to go abroad.

  • Land deal inquiry politically motivated, decries Hooda

    New Delhi : Former Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Thursday said the state government’s action in ordering a probe into alleged land scam in the state was “politically motivated”.

  • Kiwis bank on spin trio

    Dharamsala : High-flying New Zealand will have their tails up and eye another upset when they resume the trans-Tasman rivalry with a strong Australian side in the ICC World Twenty20 here on Friday.

  • Modi delves into virtues of Sufism

    New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi, terming Sufism “the voice of peace”, noted that none of the 99 names of Allah stands for violence. In his address at the World Sufi Forum here on Thursday, Modi said: “Sufism is the voice of peace, co-existence, compassion, equality and a call to universal brotherhood.

  • 255 posts to be filled through State Civil Service Exam-16

    Indore : The Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) would conduct state civil service preliminary examination-2016 for filling 255 posts lying vacant in various government departments.

  • Water dispute: INLD snaps ties with the Akalis

    Chandigarh : With sharing of river waters becoming a bone of contention between Haryana and Punjab, Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) on Thursday severed its ties with long-time ally Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD).

  • SBI organises town hall meeting

    Indore : A town hall meeting was organised by State Bank of India (SBI) for the first time in Indore at RNT Marg. Town hall meetings are city centric open forums for the customers, providing them a platform to share their experiences, expectations and grievances.

  • Prove corruption of Re 1; I will resign: Bhupendra Singh

    BHOPAL : Minister for transport and science and technology Bhupendra Singh, reacting sharply over corruption charges levelled by Congress MLA Jitu Patwari in assembly, said if the Congress has any evidence of corruption, he would immediately resign. But it is not justified to level baseless allegations of corruption against transport department, the minister said.

  • Mining mafia running amok

    BHOPAL : The issue of illegal mining was raised in the assembly during Zero Hour on Thursday. BJP MLA Archana Chitnis cited the incident that took place in Burhanpur on Tuesday in which a government squad, that had gone to stop illegal mining, was attacked.

  • Water scarcity irks residents; block Agar Road

    Ujjain : The problem of water crisis in ward-3 irked the residents on Thursday. They blocked Agar Road at Khilchipur Naka and demanded immediate solution to their grievance. The road block done by agitated residents caused inconvenience to the commuters for more than 3 hours.

  • Maruti Suzuki Nexa delivers more than 2000 cars

    INDORE : Maruti Suzuki Nexa showroom’s authorised dealers have delivered more than 2000 cars so far in MP.  Premium models, S CROSS and BALENO have also been delivered from the Nexa showroom.

  • Govt to establish stem cell banks in State: Narottam

    BHOPAL : The Health Minister admitted in the state assembly on Thursday that there is an acute shortage of doctors in the government hospitals. He also announced that the government was planning to start stem cell banking in the state.

  • Two-day symposium on crystallography concludes

    Ujjain : A two-day symposium was organised under the aegis of UGC on the subject, “Crystallography and its application” at Government Girls Degree College.

  • Supplementary budgets irrelevant: CAG

    BHOPAL : In a report submitted by Controller and Auditor General (CAG) on state’s finance, it has come to the fore that all supplementary budgets presented by the state government in 2014-15 were irrelevant and not useful. Out of Rs 1,48,505 crore of the total budget including supplementary budget, only Rs 1,13,052 crore could be spent. The government could not spend Rs 19504 crore of supplementary budget. The government had to bear a