Free Press Journal
  • Women of Substance: She fought against all odds to live a fruitful life

    Indore: Overcoming challenges in her life, 43-year-old Amaina Saify has battled cancer, conservatism and poverty to become a successful woman of substance. Though she faced challenges, she never feared them. She quoted, “Fear is the only thing that empowers a disease or pain to kill you, if you stay strong, then you can win over anything in life.”

  • Varsities directed to ensure students take integrity pledge

    Indore: Citing a letter issued by Central Vigilance Commission that is observing Vigilance Awareness Week from October 31 to November 5, University Grants Commission has directed universities and colleges to ensure that integrity pledge is taken by their respective staffers and students during the week.

  • Sand smuggler’s detention under MPDA okay: Bombay High Court

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court has upheld an order of a Jalgaon Magistrate detaining an alleged sand smuggler under Maharashtra Prevention of Dangerous Activities Act (MPDA), saying his movements in society might lead to disruption of public order.

  • August saw 16% rise in job listings, says QuikrJobs

    Mumbai: In the month of August, job listings recorded a 16 per cent increase, while in the month of September, job listings recorded a slight dip, as per QuikrJobs’ ‘India’s Blue-Collar Job Market Monthly Bulletin’. It further added that average salaries offered have seen a drop of around 15 per cent in average, with the exception of some roles like security guards.

  • Congress will pay heavily for glorifying SIMI, warns BJP

    New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Wednesday warned the opposition Congress party about paying heavily for questioning the authenticity of the police encounter with eight SIMI terrorists on the outskirts of Madhya Pradesh capital Bhopal, and added that the latter is in the business of glorifying terrorists.

  • Past Indian governments disappointed us, says Baloch leader Naela

    Mumbai: A prominent Baloch leader today said Indian governments in the past disappointed her people, who are fighting for independence from Pakistan, and thanked Prime Minister NarendraModi for “extending moral support” to their movement.

  • Incorrigible Pakistan will face full might of PM Modi’s political force: BJP

    Mumbai: With eight people being killed and 22 injured by shelling and firing in Jammu and Kashmir from across the border, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Wednesday warned Islamabad that it faces the risk of confronting Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s strong political will and force.

  • Nearly 65 injured in Hingot war in Indore

    Indore: Nearly 65 persons were injured as people of two villages hurled firecrackers at one another during traditional ‘Hingot war’ that takes place on a ground near Gautampura village, about 60 kilometer from Indore.

  • Shah Rukh Khan on Ramazan Eid

    Birthday Special: Unconventional roles played by ‘King of Bollywood’

    Bollywood Superstar Shah Rukh Khan celebrating his 51st birthday with family outside the Mannat this year. According to the sources Shah Rukh will not interact with media and also will not meet to the die hard fans. He is going celebrates his birthday with family and close friends.

  • You can’t kill people with steel plates, says SC lawyer Tulsi

    New Delhi: Describing the encounter killing of eight SIMI terrorists as “fake”, senior supreme court lawyer K.T.S. Tulsi has urged the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) to leave no stone unturned in probing the matter.

  • Bhopal: Tearful farewell to Ramashankar Yadav with full state honour

    BHOPAL: The mortal remains of head constable Ramashankar Yadav were consigned to flames amid full state honour at Chhola crematorium in the city on Tuesday. Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan met the bereaved family to console them and assured all possible help.

  • DAVV seeks data from depts for national rankings by November 5

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV), which is going to participate in national rankings this year, has sought data from five departments by November 5 so that the same could be forwarded to Ministry of Human Resource Development which is to award rankings to institutions of higher education across the country.

  • Five-day assembly session from December 5 in Bhopal

    BHOPAL: A notification has been issued by the governor about commencement of five-day winter session of the 14th state Assembly. The Assembly session would organised from December 5 to December 9. It would be the 12th session of the Assembly.