Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Fog hits flight schedule, two diverted to Ahmadabad

    Indore: Sudden change in weather and dense fog at the city airport badly affected flight schedule on Monday. Visibility was very poor and even Instrumental Landing System (ILS) failed to work properly.

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    Mystery shrouds youth’s death in Indore

    Indore: A 25-year-old youth found dead under mysterious circumstances on the terrace of his house in Bhanwarkuan on Sunday night.

  • Indore: DeMo boosts our start-up as customers ready to pay online

    Indore: Bringing repair services at door step, 23-year-old Vinit Nahar and 25-year-old Vivek Chandra Kumar are running an online portal ‘sabkuchrepair’ and providing household repair work in the city since last two years. The team also provides online advice and quick fixes for small issues in appliances through live chats.

  • Mumbai: Man commits suicide after wife throws away his booze

    Mumbai : Upset that his wife had thrown away the alcohol that he brought to celebrate New Year’s eve, a 33 year old man from Kandivali(E) ended his life by hanging himself at this house on Saturday evening.

  • Tapobhumi opened for weddings at Rs 1.25 lakh in Ujjain

    Ujjain: Taking a path-breaking initiative, Muni Pragya Sagar on Monday announced to provide Tapobhumi premises at Indore Road for marriage functions of the Digambar and Shwetambar Jain communities.

  • Ujjain: Congress to stage demo on Jan 6 against demonetization

    Ujjain: Hundreds of Congress party workers from all eight assembly segments of the Ujjain-Alote parliamentary constituency are expected to join a massive demonstration, which the District Congress Committee (urban and rural) has planned for January 6.

  • Ujjain: Woman commits suicide at Gaughat

    Ujjain: The body of a woman was seen floating by some people at Gaughat Dam here on Monday. Later, Neelganga Police reached the dam after being informed about the body. It was taken out and sent to the hospital for postmortem.

  • Ready for 2-front war but want peace: Army chief

    New Delhi : Army chief General Bipin Rawat on Monday said his force is prepared for a two-front war involving Pakistan and China simultaneously but emphasised on the need to look at cooperation and not confrontation with Beijing.

  • Ujjain: Collector takes stock Republic Day preparations

    Ujjain: Collector Sanket Bhondve convened a meeting in regard with preparations of main programmes to be held on the occasion of Republic Day. In this regard the collector assigned responsibilities to various departments and instructed them to start rehearsal of parade from January 13, followed by a final rehearsal on January 24 at 8.30 am.

  • Cong Fears Misuse Of Scrapped Notes

    New Delhi : The Congress on Monday demanded destruction of the scrapped notes deposited in banks under the supervision of either a Supreme Court-appointed committee or under a Joint Parliamentary Committee.

  • CJI again queries Centre over HC judges’ transfer

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Monday questioned the Centre as to why judges and chief justices of high courts are not being transferred despite the recommendations of the collegium and asked it to file a status report on such pending transfers with detailed reasons in two weeks. The apex court said it gives rise to “speculation and misgivings” due to continuance of such judges in the same high court and instead