Free Press Journal
  • Mixed views on directive to WhatsApp news groups in Kashmir

    Srinagar :  Social media users in Kashmir are divided over a recent circular issued by district authorities in Kupwara which directed administrators of ‘Whatsapp’ groups disseminating news to get themselves registered within 10 days.

  • Simhastha Shahi Snans to be aired live on Bhopal Doordarshan

    BHOPAL: Bhopal Doordarshan would broadcast ‘Shahi Snanas’ in Ujjain Simhastha live from April 22 to May 21 from 4am to 10am.   The ‘Shahi Snanas’ would be held on the banks of Kshipra river.

  • Government files caveat in HC for recruitment of ASIs

    BHOPAL :  Home Department has filed a caveat petition in the high court in connection with its advertisement for recruitment of Assistant Sub-Inspector (computer)/Constable (computer) cadre for the year 2016. It is estimated that some candidates, perturbed by the said process and advertisement, may file petition in the high court.

  • Essay writing competition on Civil Service Day today

    BHOPAL: An essay writing competition would be organised under the joint aegis of Central Library and Civil Services Club on Thursday. The said day is also commemorated as Civil Service Day.

  • Sindhu, Prannoy advance, India has a good day at China Masters Grand Prix

    Changzhou :  Ace women’s singles shuttler PV Sindhu entered the second round, while her male compatriot HS Prannoy, eased into the third round of their respective events as India witnessed a productive day at the China Masters Grand Prix Gold badminton tournament here on Wednesday.

  • EU hits Google with anti-trust charges

    Brussels : The EU slapped Google with anti-trust charges on Wednesday over its widely-used Android mobile phone operating system, in a fresh salvo by Brussels against the Silicon Valley giant. Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager said Google had used practices such as making manufacturers pre-install its search engine as the default in order to preserve its market dominance.

  • State-run Companies likely to launch masala bonds worth $1 bn in UK

    London : As India gears up to raise funds to meet renewable energy target, state-run companies like NTPC, Power Finance Corp and REC are likely to launch masala bonds worth USD 1 billion in the UK in the next four months, reports PTI.

  • Employees pension scheme executive meet on Sunday

    BHOPAL: A meeting of national executive body of National Coordination Committee, New Delhi of Employees Pension Scheme will be organized on April 24 at local Panchanan building. As many as 150 representatives from 17 states would take part in the meeting. The meeting would be presided over by National President Prakash Yende.

  • Indian Super league, I-League merger by 2018: AIFF

    New Delhi :  The AIFF is looking to bring its two flagship football tournaments — Indian Super League and I-League together by 2018 but is averse to the idea of calling it a merger, general secretary Kushal Das said here on Wednesday.

  • Finance Minister defends appeal in Vodafone tax case

    New York: Defending move to appeal against the Bombay High Court verdict in the Rs 8,500-crore Vodafone transfer pricing case, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said the case had nothing to do with retrospective tax issue and no company is immune from paying taxes.

  • It’s RSS that meddles in admin matters, not Sonia, says Congress

    NEW DELHI : The Congress on Wednesday asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to stop perpetuating bundle of lies through his cronies and pawns to spread falsehoods about the role of Congress President Sonia Gandhi and Vice-President Rahul Gandhi in the 2004 Ishrat Jahan fake encounter in Ahmedabad.

  • Forgery racket mastermind surrenders in court

    Dewas :  The mastermind of forgery racket, of collecting money from villagers with promising them to return greater sum of amount, had surrendered in Bagli court on Wednesday.

  • Madras High Court dismisses PIL against BCCI

    Chennai :  The Madras High Court has dismissed a PIL filed by former CBI Director R K Raghavan and others to restrain the Indian cricket board and its Chairman Shashank Manohar from effecting any adverse changes which will reduce BCCI’s share of revenue from International Cricket Council (ICC).

  • 500 vie for VC post of Symbiosis Indore campus

    Indore :  Grabbing a vice chancellor’s post at Symbiosis University of Applied Sciences, which is coming up at Super Corridor in Indore this year, is tougher than securing a seat at the premier Indian Institutes of Technology.

  • Gold, cash stolen from bus

    Ashta: A person travelling by a bus on Indore-Bhopal highway became a victim of burglary when he stepped out to drink tea at a hotel.