Free Press Journal
  • Physiotherapists up in arms for their own council

    Indore :  Physiotherapists across the country would hold a ‘satyagraha’ at Dandi in Gujarat on June 19 to push for their one-point demand of establishing Central Physiotherapy Council.

  • Sunanda K Datta-Ray

    New mantra in West: Keep outsiders out

    Donald Trump and Brexit – Britain exit the European Union – are not isolated phenomena. Countries all across the Western world are pulling up their drawbridges to keep outsiders out. The sentiment that animates the Shiv Sena and Maharashtra Navnirman Sena in Maharashtra or the Asom Gana Parishad in Assam is not peculiar to these Indian states. A similar exclusiveness may next month wreck the unique 28-nation economic and political partnership of

  • Panama accounts: The modus operandi

    The Panama papers have exposed that the rich and wealthy are evading taxes by making shell companies in tax havens like Panama City. The Government of Panama had recently agreed to share information with India. But the problem is not of information. The problem is that our tax collector is not doing his job properly.

  • Inzamam-ul-Haq

    Inzamam wants seaming pitches for preparation

    Karachi : Pakistan’s new chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq has demaded seaming pitches for preparation before the national team embarks on England’s tour next month.

  • ‘Raids conducted after detection of tax evasion’

    Indore : “We conduct raids only when we found foolproof evidence of tax evasion. But, officials have no right to seize such stocks which are legitimate,” said senior commercial tax (CT) consultant RS Goyal while addressing a seminar ‘Raid actions and transit check under VAT Act’ here at TPA Hall in Aaykar Bhavan, on Friday.

  • ‘Modern Times’ recounts desperation of Great Depression

    BHOPAL  : A very-well-known movie ‘Modern Times’ of 1936 was screened on Friday- a second-day of four-day film festival at Antarang Hall of Bharat Bhawan. Centred on Charlie Chaplin who is known as King of black comedy, the festival is being organised by Chavi, a film wing of Bharat Bhawan.

  • Indian eves settle for bronze in Uber Cup badminton championship

    Kunshan (China) : Indian women’s team settled for a bronze medal after suffering a 0-3 defeat at the hands of defending champions China in the semifinals of the Uber Cup badminton championship, here on Friday.

  • Free Press Cycling Initiative – Making cycling a family tradition

    Indore :  Traditions are customs that inspire future generations and promoting cycling as a tradition in the family, businessman Girish Bhalerao encourages his 16-year-old son Chinmay to cycle to his classes, market and join him on weekend cycling trips.

  • 5000 sanitary workers sweep city streets

    Ujjain : May 20, 2016 will go down in the history of Ujjain as a historic day as Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC) achieved a rare feat by entering into the ‘Golden Book of World Records’. UMC organised a massive cleanliness drive where over 5000 sanitary workers mopped streets from Makodia Aam to Tower Chowk, on Friday. The announcement of result was made by national head of Golden Book of World Records Manish Vishnoi at

  • Youths take resolution to build nation

    Ujjain: Thousands of youths took the resolution of building the nation during a programme ‘Wake up Youth Wake up’ initiated under the aegis of Ashutosh Maharaj of Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan, on Friday.

  • Saint congregation held

    Ujjain : As a part of concluding ceremony of Simhastha Mahaparv, a grand Saint congregation was organised under the aegis of Anjani Mata Dhaam Peeeth, Rajsathan here on Friday.

  • Dutee Chand bags 2nd gold in women’s 200m race

    Taiwan : Promising sprinter Dutee Chand bagged her second gold by winning the women’s 200m race in a clean sweep of medals by the Indians at the Taiwan Open Athletics Championships here on Friday.

  • BCCI to host dinner for Shashank Manohar today

    Mumbai : The BCCI will honour its former president Shashank Manohar here today for becoming the first independent chairman of the International Cricket Council (ICC). “A dinner function has been organised in his honour as all the members will be present here for the SGM (on May 22),” said a BCCI source.

  • Simhastha Sevadal volunteers to be feted for exceptional services

    Ujjain : Under Simhastha Sevadal patronage many social organisation are rendering exceptional services during the month long Simhastha Mahakumbha. Simhastha Sevadal president Prakash Chittorra informed that volunteers of these organizations will be felicitated by Awdeshanand Maharaj at 9:30 am on May 23, 2016 at Pabhupremi Sangh Shivir located at Bhukimata area.

  • Illegal mining spotted at city outskirts

    BHOPAL :  Illegal dumping of sand and illegal mining were noticed at Transport Nagar and Ghoda Pachhar Dam by the Mayor Alok Sharma and BMC commissioner Chhawi Bharadwaj.

  • Broad triggers top order collapse

    Leeds : Stuart Broad sparked a Sri Lanka top-order collapse as England took charge of the first cricket Test at Headingley on Friday.

  • Woman dies as ambulance hits bike

    BHOPAL : A married woman, who came to the state capital for treatment of her husband, died after an ambulance hit the bike on which she was riding pillion at St Francis Church, Jinsy under Jehangirabad police station during wee hours on Friday.

  • Bank employees observe strike against merger of SBI associate banks

    BHOPAL : Employees of five associate banks of the State Bank of India (SBI) observed strike in Bhopal on Friday. The strike call was given by All-India Bank Employees’ Association (AIBEA) to protest the decision to merge five associate banks State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur (SBJJ), State Bank of Hyderabad (SBH), State Bank of Mysore (SBM), State Bank of Patiala (SBP), and State Bank of Travancore (SBT) in SBI. In Bhopal,