Free Press Journal
  • Eleventh-grader suffers heart attack in school, dies

    BHOPAL : A Class eleven student girl suffered a massive heart attack in classroom in St Paul Senior Secondary School, Anand Nagar on Wednesday. She was in biology section. The School management rushed her to a hospital while informing her parents. However, the doctors on duty in the hospital declared her brought dead. She was a resident of Nizamuddin Colony under Piplani police station.

  • Troubled India battle-ready

    Chandigarh : Beset by injuries to singles players and ‘mistrust’ between the Rio-bound doubles players, India would expect young Ramkumar Ramanathan and Saketh Myneni to rise to the occasion when they face Korea in the Asia/Oceania Group I Davis Cup tie, starting here today.

  • Elderly man killed by speeding city bus

    Indore : An elderly man was killed after a speeding city bus hit him near Karbala Maidan on Thursday. He was going to a temple when the accident took place. Police have sent the body for autopsy and started an investigation into the matter. According to police, deceased was identified as Sevaram Rajani, 72, resident of Gurunanak colony. Rajani had a glass business.

  • Professors intensify protest; take out rally

    Ujjain : Government college professors, assistant professors, sports teachers and librarians have intensified the protest and took out a rally under the joint aegis of Government College Professors Association, All India Federation of University and College Teachers Association, on Thursday.


    Black Money: SIT favours Rs 15L cap on cash holding

    New Delhi: Going beyond its brief of unearthing hidden wealth stashed abroad, as tasked by the Supreme Court, the Special Investigation Team has made two major recommendations for ferreting out domestic black money.

  • U Mumba beat Pink Panthers 29-23

    Bengaluru : In a hotly contested match, U Mumba beat Jaipur Pink Panthers 29-23 to move to third in the points table in the Pro Kabaddi Season 4 here on Thursday.

  • CPT results on July 18

    Indore : The results of the Chartered Accountants final examination and common proficiency test (CPT) held in May/June are expected to be declared on July 18. The results and the details of marks of final examination and CPT will be available on website:

  • BJP core panel emphasises on discipline

    BHOPAL : Top leaders of the state BJP expressed concern over the party functionaries making unwarranted statements. It was stressed that discipline should be enforced more strictly at the BJP core committee meeting at CM House on Friday.

  • Tanishka bags double; Rohan rallies to win U-15 final

    Mumbai : Hard-hitting Pune lass Tanishka Deshpande, though unseeded, ended with a double crown, while Nagpur’s top seeded Rohan Gurbani lived upto his top billing by winning the  title in the 2nd Maharshtra State Dr Vijay Patil Sub-junior Badminton Selection tournament, hosted by  BOR (Badminton Organisation of Raigad) at DY Patil Sports Academy at Nerul here on Thursday. But for the boys under-15 singles final, rest of the other singles  finals were

  • Chain snatcher targets woman, flees with pendant

    Indore : A woman was robbed of her pendant from the Mangalsutra by a miscreant in Lasudia here on Thursday evening. Police are examining the CCTV footages available from the area to identify the accused.

  • Kulaste visits AIIMS, repeats old promises

    BHOPAL : Union minister of state health and family welfare Faggan Singh Kulaste visited All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Bhopal on Thursday and inspected all wards during his one-and-half- hour stay.

  • Unused land allotted for industrial provision to be taken back

    Ujjain : Collector Kavindra Kiyawat has directed concerned officials to take back the unused land which was allotted for industrial provision. Such directives were issued during a meeting held on Thursday. Government had allotted land to people for setting up of industries. If such lands are not being utilized for industrial purposes, then it would be taken back. Government land which was allotted mistakenly to the private firms should be taken back

  • Mayor irked over stray cattle menace

    Ujjain: Mayor Meena Jonwal on Thursday rebuked the employees who catch stray cattle and asked them not to practice irregularity in their work. She visited dozens of the localities and found stray cattle loitering there. Gang employed for catching of stray cattle was called on the spot and directed to catch the stray cattle from dense populated area.

  • ‘Can’t keep dwelling on the past’

    Chandigarh : Forget the past and communicate as much as possible — that’s how Rohan Bopanna plans to make his partnership with Leander Paes click Olympics as he feels there is no point in holding on to the bitterness.

  • Trivedi gets bail in all but one cases

    BHOPAL: Former MP Professional Examination Board (MPPEB–Vyapam)’s exam controller Pankaj Trivedi has been granted bail in seven more cases by High Court on Friday. He was granted bail in four cases just couple of days on July 12. Senior advocate Jabalpur High Court Anil Khare, who appeared on behalf of Trivedi, said, “Trivedi has been given bail in seven more cases. He was already granted  bail four cases-contractual teachers appointment -grade II

  • Varsity cannot withhold affiliation of AICTE recognised colleges: HC

    BHOPAL : A Division Bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court, Jabalpur presided by Justice SK Gangele and Justice AK Joshi through their final landmark judgment in the batch of the petitions of private engineering colleges quashed the orders withholding affiliation of PG M Tech courses of private institutions. The HC held that if the AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education) grants recognition to any technical or professional college, then the university

  • Locked house burgled

    Indore : In a broad daylight incident, thieves struck at a locked house in Vijay Nagar area and decamped with cash and other valuables worth lakhs.