Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Fifth edition of state-level Kaizen competition held

    Indore: To provide an opportunity and motivate workers to exchange views and share their experiences on Kaizen and various methods of problem solving, the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), Madhya Pradesh organised the 5th edition of Madhya Pradesh state-level Kaizen competition here on Friday. Case New Holland Construction Equipment India Pvt. Ltd, Pithampur was declared winner.

  • I don’t see any farmers here: AG to SC

    New Delhi : “I don’t see any farmers here,” was how Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi reacted in the Supreme Court when lawyers from the opposite side were assailing the implementation of the demonetisation policy by alleging that the district cooperative banks have been discriminated. “I don’t see any farmers here. This is all bogey,” the Attorney General responded before a bench headed by Chief Justice T S Thakur when senior advocate Kapil Sibal

  • CJI pained at unruly behaviour of lawyers

    New Delhi: “What kind of memory I would take with me,” was how a dejected Chief Justice of India T S Thakur, who is demitting office early next month, reacted when lawyers tried to out-shout each other during the hearing on demonetisation.

  • Indore: Crime graph dips in Gumasta Nagar

    Indore: Gumasta Nagar falling under the jurisdiction of Chandan Nagar police station was infamous for chain snatching, robbery and frauds by fake police. However, no such incident has been reported for the last six months, but still residents are edgy. Some residents claimed that patrolling was quite negligible earlier but increased patrolling and setting up of new Dwarikapuri police station and deploying private security guards brought down the crime graph in the

  • Bombay Gymkhana suffers court setback

    Mumbai: In a blow to Bombay Gymkhana, the Bombay High Court on Friday disposed the petition filed by the club challenging a notice issued by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC). The Club had challenged the civic body’s notice under which the civic officials had entered the club’s premises to take measurements for the road widening plans.

  • Disabled people need not get up for anthem: SC

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday modified its order on the National Anthem and exempted physically handicapped persons from standing before screening of a movie in cinema halls across the nation. It also clarified that doors of theatres need not be bolted when the National Anthem is played.

  • Brace up for tough times ahead, says Manmohan

    New Delhi : Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Friday wrote that the demonetisation will cause grievous injury to the honest Indians who earn wages in cash while the dishonest black money hoarder will get away with a mere rap on the knuckles.

  • No Lure Any More For Engineering Degrees

    New Delhi : The attraction of the engineering degrees as the second highest after the medical has vanished so much so that there were no takers for nearly half of the seats in the engineering colleges.

  • Chaggan Bhujbal private hospital case deferred

    Mumbai: A special court on Friday reserved its orders over the application moved by activist Anjali Damania who raised questions against the overstay of former deputy chief minister Chhagan Bhujbal in a private hospital.

  • 3 LeT militants killed in Anantnag encounter

    Srinagar : Three Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) militants were killed in a 36-hour gunbattle with security forces in Bijbehara area of Anantnag district in Kashmir which ended on Friday.

  • India, Vietnam sign N-pact, three other agreements

    New Delhi : In a significant development, India and influential East Asian nation Vietnam on Friday signed a civil nuclear cooperation agreement, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi asserting that it will further strengthen the comprehensive strategic partnership between the two countries.

  • Cong-SP alliance in offing

    New Delhi : The Congress and the Samajwadi Party ruling in Uttar Pradesh are inching towards an electoral alliance in the upcoming Assembly election in the state, following a lengthy meeting of Congress poll strategist Prashant Kishor with SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav early this week.

  • Indore: Ability to lead will determine success

    Indore: Leadership is not a noun, it’s a verb. Your ability to lead will determine how well you succeed in life. When people after their selection say that they have become leaders, they actually mean that they have got the position of leadership.

  • BJP won’t win even five seats in Goa: Velingkar

    Panaji : Rebel RSS leader Subhash Velingkar on Friday claimed that BJP will not win even five seats in the next year’s Goa Assembly elections because of its increasing unpopularity and insults it had meted out to its alliance partner MGP.

  • FIR against cops for death of scam-tainted bizman

    Patna : Patna police have registered an FIR against a sub-inspector and six other policemen of Kotwali police station following allegations against the policemen for throwing a businessman, Diwakar Prasad Singh from the third floor of his house at Panchwati Nagar in Bahadurpur in southern Patna on Wednesday night.