Free Press Journal
  • Doc, 3 others of Ind dist hospital suspended

    BHOPAL : The state government has suspended a doctor and three other staffers of government district hospital at Indore in the case of death of an infant in Indore district hospital.

  • Digvijay Singh, Nath to mind 15 MLAs each; Scindia to keep watch on 12

    BHOPAL : Congress satraps Digvijay Singh, Kamalnath and Jyotiraditya Scindia have been asked to mind the MLAs who are their followers. To ensure the victory of Congress candidate Vivek Tankha in Rajya Sabha polls, State in-charge Mohan Prakash has asked all top party leaders to be in constant touch with their loyalists so that the BJP is not able to poach on them. The state Congress is divided into different camps. This

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    US: India is close to finding seat on NSG, MTCR table

    Washington : India has been assured by diplomats of entry into the Missile Technology Control Regime and is also inching closer to becoming a member of the 48-member elite Nuclear Security Group, a move to which China is vehemently opposed. The speculation about the MTCR and the NSG started swirling as Prime Minister Narendra Modi met President Barack Obama in Washington.

  • RBI Governor maintains both the policy rate and suspense

    “The inflation surprise in the April reading makes the future trajectory of inflation somewhat more uncertain… rising crude prices and implementation of the seventh pay commission awards being the key risks,”

  • China names LeT for the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks

    Beijing : In a rare rebuke to its “all weather” ally Pakistan, China’s state-run channels have aired a documentary naming Lashkar-e-Taiyaba for the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks and even showed footage containing confessions of Ajmal Kasab, the lone Pakistani terrorist caught alive during the 26/11 carnage.

  • Out Of Khaki, Nirma Woman Washes Linen On Facebook

    Bengaluru : A woman DySP has become a rage on the social media in Karnataka. Known for her no-nonsense approach, Deputy Superintendent of Police Anupama Shenoy resigned on Saturday and took on politicians and the liquor lobby on Facebook.

  • Brendon Bashes ICC

    London :  Former New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum, who provided match-fixing evidence against his ex-teammate Chris Cairns, has claimed that the ICC’s Anti Corruption Unit was “casual” in handling the matter and shook his faith in the world body.

  • MSD plays safe, puts ball in BCCI’s court

    Mumbai :  Indian limited-overs skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni today side-stepped the intense speculation on his future as captain of the side by saying that it is for the BCCI to take a call on the matter.

  • Death of infant in dist hospital: 4 suspended

    Indore  : In the case of death of a new-born baby in District Hospital allegedly due to negligence by the hospital staff, joint-director, health Dr Sharad Pandit suspended four people including duty doctor and nurse on Tuesday.

  • Local garden to be developed as herbal, acupressure garden

    Dewas : Local garden, situated in Vijay Nagar area would get a facelift and become herbal and acupressure garden. Gayatri Pariwar would provide assistance for development of the garden.

  • Bollywood puts Censor boss in dock

    Mumbai : Bollywood is miffed with the censor board, yet again. While actors and filmma-kers have condemned the Central Board of Film Certification for demanding the removal of any reference to Punjab in “Udta Punjab” — a forthcoming film on the raging drug abuse in the state — its co-producer Anurag Kashyap has said the situation can be likened to living in dictatorial North Korea.

  • Four held for fraud on sale of Flats

    Indore : Four persons were arrested and charged with defrauding a number of people to the tune of crores on sale of flats.

  • Goods worth Rs 2 cr gutted in Prakash Solvex fire

    Mhow : A fire that broke out in Prakash Solvex factory in Pithampur sector no-3 was finally doused after putting hard efforts for six hours. Officials said that goods worth Rs 2 crore are expected to be gutted in fire. Short circuit could be the reason behind the incident, they added.

  • Senior citizen murdered at home

    Mumbai : A 78-year-old woman, Manjula Vora, was allegedly murdered by an unidentified man at Pranav Residency near Nappu Garden at Bhimani Street in Matunga East.

  • Leading a new look side will be different – MS Dhoni

    Mumbai : India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni is looking forward to the challenge of working with a different set of players when he leads a second string squad to a limited-overs tour of Zimbabwe beginning on June 11.

  • Punjab National Bank rally into semis of the All India Gold Cup Hockey Championship

    Mumbai : Punjab National Bank (PNB), Delhi rallied well from a first half deficit by striking two quick goals in the second period to put it across CAG (Comptroller Auditors General), Delhi 2-1 in a tense and crucial Pool ‘B’ league of the 12th PMC Bank-Guru Tegh Bahadur All India Gold Cup Hockey Championship, organized by MHAL (Mumbai Hockey Association Limited) and played at the MHAL-Mahindra Stadium, Churchgate, on Tuesday.