Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai: 4 held for fake firms, opening dummy bank accounts

    Mumbai: The Bhayandar police have arrested four people including a Mumbai-based Chartered Accountant (CA) on alleged charges of operating a scam involving floating fake companies and opening bogus bank accounts to provide entries in exchange for commissions.

  • Mumbai: 10,000 come together for India’s biggest all women’s marathon

    Mumbai: COLORS MumbaiPinkathon, an initiative to raise awareness about the importance of a healthy lifestyle for women and issues like breast cancer, successfully concluded its Fifth edition in Mumbai on Sunday, December 18, 2016 at MMRDA, BKC. 10,000 women across age groups and from different segments of society participated enthusiastically in the 3 km, 5 km, 10 km and 21 km categories. Flagging off the run was super-model, actor, fitness enthusiast, avid

  • Grade ‘B’ accreditation for Indore Mahavidyalaya, SDPS

    Indore: Two colleges affiliated to Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya have secured Grade ‘B’ accreditation from the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), a statutory body of the University Grants Commission (UGC).

  • Indore: Plaint to UGC stops ragging in Index College

    Indore: MBBS first-year students of Index Medical College and Research Centre have informed the University Grants Commission (UGC) that alleged incidents of ragging by senior students have stopped on the campus after they reported the matter to the UGC’s Anti-Ragging Helpline.

  • Mumbai: Research mindset needs to be created since childhood

    Mumbai: “Did any of our schools have ‘Maker’s lab’s’?” asked Padma Shri Prof Deepak Phatak of the Computer Science and Engineering department of IIT-Bombay, while replying to a question on the lack of research facilities in our country. He was anchoring a panel discussion on ‘Make in India’ on Sunday, the last day of the institute’s annual Techfest.

  • Indore: Fitness means flexibility, peace and stability, says Prateek Sancheti

    Indore: Making their steps count, a team of fitness enthusiasts is bringing new forms of non-machine workouts which will give peace, stability, sustainability and strength to people’s life. A team of youngsters— Prateek Sancheti, Ashita Jain, Vivek Tripathi and Ayush Katlana— launched their start-up ‘Pad Chin’ that will help people in transforming their lifestyle.

  • Mumbai: Rise in J-K attacks after note ban, Shiv Sena to Modi

    Mumbai: The Shiv Sena on Sunday sought an explanation from Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his assertion that demonetisation was one of the steps aimed at getting rid of the menace of terrorism and asked the government to give a befitting reply to Pakistan in the wake of Saturday’s terror attack on an army convoy in Pampore on the Srinagar-Jammu National Highway.

  • Mumbai: Deonar dumping ground to keep tabs on garbage trucks

    Mumbai: Days after a scam worth Rs 900 crore was unearthed that exposed irregularities carried out by BMC garbage trucks, the civic body has now set up an automated weighing machine at the Deonar dumping ground. However, the scam was detected in the Kanjurmarg and Mulund dumping grounds.

  • Indore: City boys bag record scholarships from Drexel varsity

    Indore: Breaking the highest scholarship record of Madhya Pradesh, three students Palash Pandey of Vidya Sagar School, Shivesh Jadon of Delhi Public School, Indore and Hemant Maheshwari of Chameli Devi Public School have collectively won scholarship of more than Rs 3.5 crore from Drexel University, USA.