Free Press Journal
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    Mamata Banerjee expresses concern over J&K situation

    Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today expressed concern over the present situation in Jammu and Kashmir where clashes between protesters and security personnel following the killing of Hizbul commander Burhan Wani left 23 dead and over 250 injured.

  • Keeping a watch on crime

    Indore: As the popularity of Crime Watch is increasing a woman residing in Ghana, Africa sought intervention and freedom from her husband and return to India because of constant physical abuse inflicted on her by him. Her family was contacted in the country and assistance was provided to her.

  • MGM Medical College dean is rude: UGC official

    Indore: An official placed at Anti-Ragging Helpline of University Grants Commission (UGC), which is perusing a complaint pertaining to ragging at MGM Medical College, dubbed college dean MK Rathore as rude and alleged that he was not cooperating in the alleged ragging case.

  • Valuables stolen, girl suspects friend’s role

    Indore: An MPPSC girl aspirant lodged a complaint with police that someone had stolen her cash and other valuables from her rented accommodation in Sheetal Nagar on Saturday. She suspected hand of her friend when she had gone to New Delhi for some work. Police have started an investigation into the matter.

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    Women activists demand disciplinary action against officer for harassing Manipuri woman

    New Delhi/Jaipur: The women activists on Monday called for disciplinary action against the immigration officer, who allegedly misbehaved with a Manipuri woman at the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport and said it is extremely shameful that educated people are involved in such incidents.

  • Seminar on IDS-2016 held at Yeshwant Club

    Indore: A seminar on Income Declaration Scheme (IDS-2016) held at Yeshwant Club. Chief Commissioner of Income Tax Indore Region VK Mathur and Principal Commissioner Indore-II Girish Chandorkar highlighted beauties of the scheme.  Over 300 members of Yashwant Club participated in the Seminar.

  • Geeta Bhawan To Dhakkanwala Kuan: Roadside parking creates trouble for commuters

    Indore: Traffic runs at snail’s pace between Geeta Bhawan square and Dhakkanwala Kuan, thanks to haphazard parking by local residents as well as commuters. Traffic pressure in the area remains high throughout the day due to various commercial institutions and the road’s connectivity with busiest Geeta Bhawan Square, Palasia Square, Indraprasth Square and Madhu Milan Square.

  • Youths getting ‘appier’ with smart phones

    Indore: From lifestyle aids to productivity tools, travel planners to social media, here are some mobile apps that are a must for the youth of today.

  • Minority colleges only option left for admission in UG courses

    Indore: With the department of higher education (DHE) closing window for registration for the third round of centralised online counselling on Sunday, students who have not registered for online admission counselling so far have only colleges with minority institute status left as an option for admission in undergraduate courses.

  • Maran brothers appear before special court, move bail pleas

    New Delhi: Former Telecom Minister Dayanidhi Maran, his brother Kalanithi Maran and four others today appeared before a special court in pursuance of the summons issued to them in a Aircel-Maxis deal-related money laundering case and moved their bail pleas.

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    Kashmir Violence: No compromise in National security, says Sonia

    New Delhi: An anguished Congress party president Sonia Gandhi said on Monday that political parties must be allowed time to find “durable and enduring ways” to fulfill the aspirations of the people of Jammu and Kashmir.

  • Habibganj police bust gang of burglars

    Bhopal: The Habibganj police busted a gang of thieves with the arrest of four of its members on Sunday. Police have also seized stolen gold jewellery, five expensive mobile handsets and one LED TV, all to the tune of Rs 3 lakh from their possession.

  • Lok Sabha Speaker opens ‘Mandar Tower’ at Kerwa Dam

    Bhopal: Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan on Sunday inaugurated through remote a 2G mobile tower in a special programme organised in Governor House. This tower has been set up by BSNL Madhya Pradesh, as a public welfare contribution to the efforts of ‘Mandar-And-No-More’ (MANM) Mission to save lives from the dangers of water-bodies. The programme was attended by Dr  CG Pandey, CGM BSNL, Dr Mahesh Shukla, GM BSNL, family and friends of Mandar

  • Kashmir Violence: Timeline of events that unfolded after EID

    Jammu and Kashmir has been rocked with violence for the last few days following the encounter of Hizbul Mujahideen’s poster boy Burhan Wani. The unfortunate turn of events unfolded a day after EID celebrations. The streets are now witnessing clashes between the Hizbul leader supports and police.