Free Press Journal
  • Education – Allen students at international Olympiads

    Three students of Allen Career Institute are going to represent the country at the international Olympiads this year. Allen’s classroom student Divyansh Garg will represent India in Zurich, Switzerland at the 47th International Physics Olympiad in July.

  • ‘Raman-free’ Ch’grh, part of Jogi’s agenda

    “Like Mahabharat’s Arjun, I am also seeing my target as Raman-free Chhattisgarh. My single-point agenda is to oust the BJP-led corrupt government from the state which is allowing the private sector and select businessmen to loot state’s precious minerals,”     -Ajit Jogi/  ex-Congress leader (more…)

  • Advocates, judges lock horns over seating arrangement in new court

    Ujjain : Newly constructed court building has landed in controversies over the seating arrangements of advocate even before its inauguration, as few advocates have given a call of strike on Monday. However, executive committee members of the local bar association are keeping mum over the issue.

  • Nihar fires first hat-trick in Shelar FC’s easy win

    Mumbai : Striker Nihar Mhaske hogged the limelight on the opening day, notching up a fine hat-trick as Shelar FC stormed to a facile 3-0 win against I.C. Colts in the first league match of the inaugural Borivali Premier Football League (BPFL), organised by the Borivali Sports Foundation, and which commenced at the St. Francis D’Assissi Ground, Borivali (W) on Sunday.

  • 50 people died in shooting at US gay club

    Miami : Fifty people died and another 53 were injured when a ‘lone wolf’ shooter sprayed gunfire at a gay nightclub in Florida in the worst mass shooting in US history.

  • Xander Audios unveils 2.1 Big Bass Multimedia Speakers

    Xander Audios, committed to bringing quality sound experience to Indian Markets announces the launch of its latest ‘XA299BT’, setting new standards in its category, to meet the needs of music lovers with power-packed features.

  • Inflation, US Fed policy key triggers for market this week

    New Delhi : Inflation numbers, progress of monsoon rains and key global developments, including the US Fed meeting, will lay the pitch for the stock market movement this week, say analysts. Investors are uncertain about the policy action of the US Federal Reserve in the backdrop of Chair Janet Yellen’s recent comments and the country’s jobs report data for May.

  • Eminent historian Dr Nigam passes away

    Ujjain : Renowned historian and archaeologist Dr Shaymsundar Nigam, best known for his research on the sites of archaeological significance in western Madhya Pradesh, passed away at his residence following a prolonged illness. He was 85.

  • Singing reality show winner attacked

    Mathura : Hemant Brijwasi, winner of a singing reality TV show, was allegedly attacked by his two cousins and their accomplices over old enmity near Pagal Baba temple here, police said on Sunday.

  • Hirai Suns FC score over Flash FC to emerge champions

    Mumbai : Inspired by the combined brilliance of striker Shrikant V, Heekmat Singh (both marquee players) and Karim Shaikh, Hirai Suns FC went on to quell a strong challenge from Flash FC and to record a 3-1win in the final and emerge champions of the 2nd Colaba Sports League, which was played under floodlights at the Cooperage ground. All four goals were scored in the second half.

  • Quick charge with Syska’s ‘Power Elite’

    Syska Accessories, a brand popularly known for its diverse range of innovative solutions to Mobile phone and computing accessories, brings whole new imaginative directions with the launch of India’s first QC support ‘Power Elite 100 (QC)’ 10050mAh Power Bank that has it all; attractive design, moderate size, and the ability to charge faster being India’s first Qualcomm Quick charge support. Enriched with the next generation QualComm Quick charge, it refuels devices faster

  • Women immolate self over husband’s decision to buy used car

    UJJAIN : A woman Radha Sharma, resident of Dawoodkhedi village, set herself on fire on Sunday night by pouring diesel. Later, she was rushed to civil hospital where she died of severe burn injuries. Police have registered a case in this regard.

  • Counsel queries


    I am going to appear for my HSC in science next year. I do not want to take up medicine, but I am interested in the paramedical fields. Which fields can I look for?

  • Vedanta may bid for coal mines

    New Delhi : Vedanta is planning to acquire coal mines via auctions as the mining conglomerate seeks to ensure fuel security for its energy guzzling aluminium plants.

  • GoPro cameras, accessories now available in India

    GoPro today announced an exclusive partnership with Reliance Digital, India’s largest Consumer Electronics retailer. This partnership will put GoPro’s award-winning cameras, along with various mounts and accessories, on the shelves of 1800 Reliance Digital spread across 500 cities.

  • Coal Scam

    Tata Power CEO: Coal price hike to push tariffs by 8-10%

    New Delhi : Power tariff is likely to increase by 8-10 per cent in the country after Coal India decided to hike the commodity’s prices, Tata Power CEO and Managing Director Anil Sardana has said.

  • Tax

    Mauritius pact: A laudable reform

    Last month the government announced an amendment to the Double Tax Avoidance Agreement between India and Mauritius. The DTAA was signed between the two countries in August 1982 and notified in December 1983. For the past thirty-three years it has been a key factor affecting foreign investment flows into India. If a company was resident in Mauritius and made investment in India, then its capital gains were exempt from taxes in India,