Free Press Journal
  • GIS 2016: ‘Industries benefit rural areas too’

    Indore: Union minister for Panchayati Raj and rural development Narendra Tomar does not agree with the notion that industrialisation benefits only the urban areas.

  • Cars whizzing past through dirt track giving adrenaline rush to spectators

    BHOPAL: People heard vroom amidst clouds of dust on track. This was the sound and atmosphere for which audience thronged the Kaliasot ground. This sound generated by whizzing cars, triggering a lot of excitement in audience gathered for Auto Cross Motor Racing under RPM GO Kart Race in Bhopal on Sunday. It was a spectacular display of speed and manoeuvring of cars by male as well as female drivers participated in Auto

  • Mulayam Singh my guru, if he wants will step down: Akhilesh Yadav

    Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Monday struck an emotional pitch at the crucial party meeting in the presence of his father and SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav calling him his “guru” and assuring that he could never split the party.

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    Sushma Swaraj meets Geeta, to help find her parents

    External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj met Geeta, the speech and hearing impaired girl, who crossed over to Pakistan several years ago and returned to India in October 2015. The girl, is staying at an institute since her returning. Swaraj and Geeta spent nearly 45 minutes together in a hotel and exchanged gifts ahead of Diwali, the institute’s director Monika Punjabi Verma said.

  • Traffic chaos at Bada Ganpati cause of concern in Indore

    Indore: Parking around Bada Ganpati is also a major problem and traffic mismanagement often leads to jams here. Since the area is both residential and commercial, the problem is acute with magic and city van drivers adding to the problem while solution remains a distant dream.

  • Bhopal: 7 year old girl raped, accused at large

    Bhopal: A seven-year-old girl was raped in Barkheda Pathani under Govindpura police station on Sunday. The accused is a security guard who fled after the incident and has not been arrested so far.As per police sources, the victim is a student of standard 3. The victim’s father is a driver and her mother works as a domestic help who had gone to market in the evening. The accused and family of victim

  • Ahead of crucial meet, Akhilesh-Shivpal supporters clash in Lucknow

    Lucknow: Supporters of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav and Samajwadi party leader Shivpal Yadav clashed outside the party office on Monday. Police and security officials had a tough time dispersing the unruly mobs.

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    2 commit suicide in separate incidents

    Indore: An unemployed youth from Rajasthan committed suicide by hanging himself from the ceiling in Pardeshipura area here on Saturday night. He left behind a suicide note in which he apologised to his parents for the extreme step.

  • Bhopal: Van Vihar gears up to tackle bird flu threat

    Bhopal: The bird flu has hit the state and more than 15 birds have been reported dying in Gwalior zoo. The department of Animal Husbandry has sent a state wide alert and ordered the districts to follow the guidelines of the center for controlling any further spread of the diseases.

  • Indore: Woman falls into water tank, dies

    Indore: In a tragic incident, a 45-year-old woman died after falling into a water tank on Saturday night in Bhawarkuan. It is said that she fell into tank as dogs barked at her.

  • Professional Examination Board to follow MPPSC exam system

    Bhopal: The Professional Examination Board (PEB) is going to conduct a uniform exam for various posts in the coming future. The candidates will have to fill only a single application form to take exam of many posts.

  • Indore Institute of Law holds national law festival in Indore

    Indore: Indore Institute of Law (IIL) hosted Lex Bonanza 2016, a two-day national law festival in the college premises. Country’s famous public prosecutor Padma Shri Ujjwal Nigam inaugurated the event while businessman Deepak Jain was special guest.

  • MIC team returns from study tour in Ujjain

    Ujjain: The waste management study team of Ujjain Municipal Corporation consisting of MIC members and officers, and headed by Meena Jonwal and speaker Sonu Gehlot returned on Sunday, after visiting three cities Mysore, Bangalore and Ahmedabad.

  • District body building championships: Vikas Verma becomes ‘Iron Man’ 

    Ujjain: The 26th district level body building championship was organised in the city on Saturday in which 89 body builders took part. The ‘Iron Man’ award was won by Vikas Verma in a competition that was held under a flood lit stage and attended by a huge audience.

  • RSS takes out path sanchalan in new uniform for first time

    BHOPAL: The first ever ‘‘path sanchalan’’ of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) volunteers in new uniform was taken out in the city from Lal Parade Ground on Sunday. Around 15,000 volunteers of the saffron organisation participated in the ‘path sanchalan’.

  • Teachers demand fair deal from government at MPTA meeting in Ujjain

    Ujjain: The Madhya Pradesh Teachers’ Association held a meeting on Sunday to raise their voice against the state government’s continuous neglect of their genuine demands. The meeting was organised at Rajabhau Sabhagruha on the Lokmanya Tilak School premises.

  • GST can be paid using debit,credit cards, says Hasmukh Adhia

    Individuals and entities can pay taxes online using debit or credit cards once the GST is rolled out, Revenue Secretary Hasmukh Adhia has said. The government proposes to roll out the new indirect tax regime from April 1 next year and has made registration, refunds, returns filing and payment processes online.

  • Leaving on a jet plane!

    United States India Education Foundation (EducationUSA) provides student aspirants with detailed information on study in the US