Free Press Journal
  • Order issued for enquiry

    Ujjain: Divisional Commissioner has asked Collector to enquire in the matter of the violation of the protocol with Zila Panchayat President Mahesh Parmar. Collector will present a report after making an enquiry in the said issue. Parmar was invited at the dedication of the newly built additional room of Government High School Baghera.

  • Rajan a ‘great’ central bank Governor: WB President

    New Delhi:  Describing Raghuram Rajan as a “great” central bank governor, World Bank President Jim Yong Kim  hoped that the Indian leadership will continue with the policy of having an independent Reserve Bank chief.             “He (Rajan) is so well respected. I think he has done a great job,” Kim, who is here on a two-day visit, told reporters at the India office of the World Bank.  On Rajan’s untimely exit, Kim

  • 21 AAP MLAs Could Lose Their Seats

    New Delhi : Twentyone MLAs of the Aam Aadmi Party could be potentially disqualified should the Election Commission find them guilty of flouting rules. The Election Commission is expected to hear their” Office of Profit case” on July 14th, and main political parties -the Congress and the BJP are hoping that past precedents would go against the AAP MLAs.

  • Ruias plan to sell another 25% stake in Essar Oil

    New Delhi : After stitching a deal to sell 49 % stake in Essar Oil to Russia’s Rosneft, the Ruia family is looking at selling another 25 % stake in the company to an oil trader or a strategic investor like Saudi Aramco.

  • Vikramaditya is new champion

    Mumbai : Nieneteen Late V.G.Vaze Memorial Rotating OpenChess Trophy was organized under the Auspices of Mumbai Subarban District Chess Association, by Dr. Prakash Vaze Sports Foundation and Maratha Mandal, Mulund, Mumbai jointly on Sunday 26th June 2016 at Mulund Maratha Mandal Hall. International Chess Master Vikramaditya Kulkarni from Dombivali did remarkedly well by securing 8.5 points out of 9. He remained undefeated to lift V. G. Vaze Memorial Rotating Open Chess Trophy.

  • Ragging complaint open, MGM student told

    Indore : Anti-ragging helpline of university grants commission (UGC) has informed the student of MGM Medical College, who had lodged an online complaint of alleged ragging by senior students that his complaint has been kept open.

  • Brexit: An obscure transition amidst chaos

    After voting to leave the European Union, Britain is now waking up to fall out of its decision. Commentator after commentator is warning about the disaster that is looming on the horizon because many of the things that the British took for granted – including the ability to travel freely and work on the continent – are now looking as if they will disappear. This will affect youngsters the most-not surprisingly, the

  • 262 crore deal to weaponise subs

    New Delhi : India has signed an over Rs 262 crore deal with Germany’s ThyssenkKrupp Marine Systems to retrofit anti-ship American Harpoon missiles on two Shishumar Class submarines.

  • Double whammy for BCCI?

    SC says it will not interfere in its autonomy, but at same time allow politicians to participate in its affairs.

  • April-May fiscal deficit at 43% of Budget estimates

    New Delhi:  Fiscal deficit in the first two months of the current fiscal was Rs 2.28 lakh crore or 42.9 % of Budget estimates for 2016-17, much higher than the year-ago period. The fiscal deficit situation during April-May of the last fiscal was 37.5 % of the Budget estimates.

  • Teenager kills elder brother in cold blood, nabbed

    BHOPAL : Police claimed to having cracked the mystery shrouding murder of a Berasia based businessman’s son.  He had gone missing on last Sunday and his body was found on Wednesday.

  • Top seeded Nigel survives a scare

    Mumbai : Top seeded Nigel D’sa of Greater Mumbai survived a scare as he fought hard to beat Wasim Sheikh of Pune 15-10, 10-15, 15-10 to enter the men’s singles pre-quarter final in the Maharashtra senior state selection badminton tournament conducted by Sports United under the auspices of Maharashtra Badminton Association (MBA) at the Chembur Gymkhana.

  • HUL plans to invest around Rs 1,000 cr in North-East

    Mumbai : Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL) plans to set-up a manufacturing unit in the North-East (NE) and will invest somewhere between Rs. 800 and Rs. 1000 crore by 2017. Through this, HUL expects production capacity to go up to 1 lakh tones for premium products like Dove, Sunsilk and many others, in the region.

  • Venus Williams in third round

    London : Venus Williams ignored her exile to Wimbledon’s unglamourous Court 18 as the five-time champion defeated Greek qualifier Maria Sakkari 7-5, 4-6, 6-3. Williams, seeded eighth, was a surprise choice to play on one of Wimbledon’s smaller outside courts. For a while, it seemed she might come to curse the decision of the All England Club schedule makers.

  • Indian money in Swiss banks dips 33% to Rs 8,392 cr

    Zurich: Money held by Indians in Swiss banks has fallen by nearly one-third to a record low of 1.2 billion franc (about Rs 8,392 crore) amid a continuing global clampdown on the famed secrecy wall of Switzerland’s banking system.