Free Press Journal
  • FPIs stay bullish on India, pour Rs 5,400 cr in a fortnight

    New Delhi : Continuing the bullish momentum, foreign investors poured in over Rs 5,400 crore into Indian equity markets in the first two weeks of this month on positive global cues and the passage of long-pending GST Constitutional Amendment bill in Parliament.

  • LPG supply to cover 85% Bengal households by 2019: Minister

    Kolkata: Over Rs 3,000 crore would be spent to extend the LPG supply to 85 per cent of West Bengal’s 2.15 crore households by adding at least 60 lakh new connections by 2019, Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said here on Sunday.

  • Formulate clear guidelines for network testing: DoT to Trai

    New Delhi:  With incumbent operators engaging in a slugfest with Reliance Jio, the Department of Telecom (DoT) has asked the regulator Trai to formulate clear guidelines for network testing with specific parameters.

  • E-verifying without net banking: More banks to follow PNB,UBI

    New Delhi : After Punjab National Bank and United Bank of India, more banks are likely to soon start a facility wherein an account holder can verify his income tax return on e-filing site even without having netbanking.

  • Bhopal achieves seasonal rainfall target in 2 months

    BHOPAL : The state capital on Sunday achieved its seasonal target of 109cm rainfall in first fortnight in August. The city recorded 1.5cm rainfall in the last 24 hours. Ganjbasoda recorded 17cm rainfall, Sheopur Kalan and Khilchipur recorded 9cm, Rewa 8cm, Sagar and Chachora 7cm each.

  • Speakers ignite spark of curiosity in IIM-I students

    Indore : In its endeavour to make managers fit in the industries, Indian Institute of Management Indore (IIM-I)’s industry interaction cell on Sunday kick-started ‘Colloquium’ – the annual business conclave.

  • Police questioning kin, friends, servants Khurana murder

    Indore : The murder investigation of government contractor Omprakash Khurana in Gulmohar Colony has hit a dead end. Police are questioning acquaintances, relatives and servants besides investigating call details of Khurana.

  • HPCL celebrates CSR month

    Indore : Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL) celebrated 42nd foundation day on July 15. As part of its resolve to help the under-privileged, CSR month was observed between July 15 and August 15 on the theme ‘bringing smiles and touching lives’.

  • Ryan International School organises freedom march

    Indore : To celebrate Independence Day, Ryan International School organised a march past starting from the school premises to VIP Square recently.

  • Boy drowns in water tank

    Indore : A seven-year-old boy died when he fell into a water storage tank in Chandan Nagar area on Sunday. The police have registered a case and are investigating whether it was an act of negligence or accident.

  • Citizens run to celebrate freedom

    Khandwa : Hundreds of citizens, including schoolchildren, elderly people and prominent personalities of the town took part in the ‘Freedom Run’, organised here under the ‘Yaad Karo Kurbani’ programme of Government of India on Sunday. Collector Swati Nayak and mayor Subhash Kothari flagged off the run from municipal council square.

  • Mahakal’s courtyard witnesses another cultural marvel

    Ujjain : The marvel of the performances given by eminent artistes during the third presentation of Sharavan Mahotsava at Mahakal Pravachan Hall overwhelmed the art connoisseurs of the city, on Sunday evening. The presentations of well known artistes Devanshu Yadav, Anuradha Paudwal and Shailja Nalwade created a devotional spree in the viewers.

  • Parshuram darshan yatra leaves for Janapava pilgrimage

    Ujjain : Akhil Bharatiya Brahmin Samaj initiated Parshuram Janma Sthali Janapava Kuti Darshan Yatra from Harsiddhi Chouraha on Sunday. After performing abhishek and worship of the deity, the Yatra left for Janapava pilgrimage.