Free Press Journal
  • Govt to bring a number of bills in LS next week

    New Delhi: The Transgender Persons Protection bill, Citizenship Amendment bill are among the legislations which will be brought next week in the Lok Sabha by the government. Apart from these, the lower house of Parliament will also take up the Central Agricultural University Bill, the Employee’s Compensation Bill, and the High Court (Alteration of Names) Bill.

  • Another Talgo trial train reaches Mumbai late

    New Delhi : Spanish-made Talgo train on Saturday completed its Mumbai journey 17 minutes behind the target due to the technical glitch. Talgo train with nine coaches has started at 2.47 PM from New Delhi station on Friday and reached Mumbai Central at 3.40 AM on Saturday running at 130 kmph speed. It took about 12 hours 53 minutes to reach the destination against the target of 12 hour 36 minutes, said a

  • NIA team in Kokrajhar, big hunt on for militants

    Kokrajhar (Assam) : An NIA team on Saturday scoured the site and spoke to eyewitnesses of yesterday’s terror attack here in which 14 people were killed while a massive combing operation was on to nab the militants of Bodo separatist outfit NDFB(S) suspected to be involved in the strike.

  • Army chief unveils sops for veterans, war widows

    Madikeri : Terming the hilly Kodagu region in south Karnataka a land of brave warriors, Chief of Army Staff General Dalbir Singh on Saturday announced a slew of benefits for veterans and war widows including dedicated hospitals and health scheme.

  • Narada News CEO detained

    New Delhi : Immigration authorities on Saturday detained Narada News CEO Mathew Samuel at the Indira Gandhi International Airport here on his arrival from the US following a lookout notice issued against him by the Kolkata police.

  • Wikipedia team boasts of 3 Indian tech specialists

    Chandigarh : India might seem like the Tower of Babel with its many diverse tongues but modern-day skills of young techies here are helping solve linguistic problems in computing from across the globe.

  • Give me just five years, I will fix Punjab: Amarinder

    Patiala : Claiming that he is ‘oath bound’ to eradicate corruption and drugs from Punjab, state Congress chief Amarinder Singh on Saturday asked people to give him “just five years to launch Punjab back on the path of progress”.

  • Rasoma junction: Water logging hits commuters, patients hard

    Indore : Rasoma junction is the busiest on the bus rapid transit system (BRTS) of the city. Thousands of vehicles cross this junction which is surrounded by malls, showrooms, hotel, bank and other commercial institutions.

  • Indori way of saving petrol, diesel

    don’t know whether anyone has realised it or not, but there are thousands of educated, literate and even intelligent motorists, two-wheeler riders and other motor vehicle operators, who are doing their bit to save petrol and diesel.

  • UPSC prelim today: 14,000 students to take exam

    Indore : Union Public Service Commission’s preliminary examination will be held on Sunday at 30 centers in the city and over 14,000 students would appear the exam. According to an official press release, the exam will be held in two sessions— first session from 9 am to 11 am and second session from 2.30pm to 4.30pm.

  • Celebrate Friendship Day on bicycle

    Indore : Rediscover your childhood memories by cycling with your best friend on Friendship Day, on Sunday morning with the Deepak Sharma event management team and Free Press cycling initiative team.

  • Human chain against use of poly bags today

    Indore : Over thousands of volunteers will form a human chain from Rajwada to Regal Square giving message of stop use of polythene bags. Through the initiative, they will urge people to stop use of plastic goods and polythene bags. Secretary of Seva Bharti Ravi Bhatia said that in today’s life style plastic items have became an integral part but people are unaware of its evil consequences.

  • Telemedicine service completes first year

    BHOPAL : Madhya Pradesh Telemedicine society celebrated one year of success of its services in state by organising a state-level seminar on Tele Nursing on Saturday at AIIMS auditorium. V Kiran Gopal, NHM Mission director, Rakesh Munshi, JD Health, and Dr Himanshu Jaiswar, deputy director, heath were present as the chief guest of the seminar.

  • Mentally unstable UP girl reunited with kin

    Indore : A mentally unstable girl was finally reunited with her family members on Saturday. She had left her home in Uttar Pradesh on July 30 and somehow reached Indore where a good Samaritan handed her over to the police fearing harm to her due to her condition.

  • Three minors held with 10 stolen bikes

    Indore : Police busted a gang of juvenile vehicle thieves and arrested three members and recovered 10 stolen motorcycles worth Rs 6 lakh.


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