Free Press Journal
  • BMC elections 2017: Gurudas Kamat withdraws from BMC poll drive

    Mumbai: The senior Congress leader and former union minister Gurudas Kamat claimed that ‘outsiders’ will soon sink their party in the forthcoming Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) elections. Disappointed with the way of functioning shown by Sanjay Nirupam, who is the president of Mumbai Regional Congress Committee (MRCC), Kamat has withdrawn himself from the BMC poll process. He also directed his supporters to directly contact the six district presidents for their nominations.

  • Indore: MPPSC takes a leaf out of National Eligibility Test’s book

    Indore: Taking a leaf out of National Eligibility Test (NET)’s book, the Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) has fixed criteria for qualifying State Eligibility Test (SET), which is going to be held in the State after two decades.

  • Indore: HC dismisses contempt petition against DAVV

    Indore: The Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court on Friday dismissed a contempt petition filed against Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) by Victoria College.

  • Indore: Depalpur Lake, a paradise for birders & nature lovers

    Indore: With the temperature moderately pleasant during the day, it is the perfect time to plan a picnic during day time. While there are popular commercial spots with good set-ups around the city, explorers seek places where they can experience nature at its best.

  • Indore: The Nature Volunteers to hold bird workshop tomorrow

    Indore: The Nature Volunteers (TNV), an environmental NGO, is organising one-day workshop on bird monitoring and documentation at Sirpur Lake and Basketball Stadium from 8 am to 10 am on January 22.

  • Indore: ‘Asian knee’ technique to deliver better results says Dr Sunil Rajan

    Indore: Indore Orthopedic Association president Dr Sunil Rajan on Friday said: Now-a-days surgeons are giving priority to artificial knee known as ‘Asian knee’ for treatment of Indians and other Asian people and this new technique is expected to deliver better results.

  • Bombay HC pulls up CBI in Dabholkar case

    Mumbai : The Bombay High Court on Friday came down heavily on the Central Bureau of Investigations (CBI) after being informed that the United Kingdom (UK) government has refused to examine the bullet samples sent by the agency for forensic tests.

  • Upanagar Shikshan Mandal holds meeting with Nagaland governor

    A meeting was held in the presence of honorary P B Acharya, Governor of Nagaland; Sanjeev Mantri, chairman of Upanagar Shikshan Mandal; Kirtida Mehta, secretary; Vinayak Damle, Treasurer and team at Vidyanidhi.

  • Indore: 187th cyber security workshop held

    Indore: Police Radio Training School, (PRTS) Indore is organising workshops in schools, colleges and other institutions here to make students aware of cyber crimes.

  • Dipika is chairperson of ICSI, Indore

    Indore: CS Dipika Kataria was elected chairperson and CS Anurag Gangrade secretary of The Institute of Company Secretaries of India, (ICSI) Indore Chapter for the year 2017.  Both are currently working as practising company secretaries in Indore. Senior company secretary & regional council member from Indore Ashish Karodia was elected unanimously as treasurer of Western India Regional Council of ICSI for 2017.

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    Cash flow will be normal soon: Urjit Patel

    New Delhi: Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Urjit Patel on Friday is learnt to have told a parliamentary committee that cash flow post demonetisation will normalise soon but might take longer in rural and remote areas.

  • Indore: 50 solar experts from 19 nations in city today

    Indore: World’s most influential solar cooking experts, scientists, entrepreneurs, policy makers, field project managers from 19 countries, after attending the 6th SCI World Conference in solar cooking in Vadodara, are coming to the city on Saturday to learn about successful  grassroots efforts in the area of solar cooking at Jimmy McGilligan Centre for Sustainable Develop-ment at village Sanawadiya.

  • BCCI admin list stuck but reprieve on tenure

    New Delhi: In a significant reprieve to BCCI (Board Of Control For Cricket In India), the Supreme Court on Friday amended its January 3 order and allowed BCCI and state office bearers to serve separate nine-year terms, thus permitting them a total of 18 years in cricket administration.

  • Teacher raped by headmaster in MP school, accused held

    Dewas: A 22-year-old teacher was allegedly raped by the headmaster of a government run school at Satwas town in Dewas district, police said on Friday. The headmaster, Babu Khan Banarasi, has been arrested for the alleged crime that took place on the school premises on Wednesday evening, police said.

  • Indore: Tigress T-1 found dead in Shahdol

    Shahdol: The body of a tigress named T-1 with an injury on eyes and burn marks on the tail was found in an area about 125 kilometre from Shahdol district headquarters of Madhya Pradesh. “We have found the body of the tigress T-1 in the border area of Sanjay Gandhi National Park Sidhi and North Forest Division of Shahdol district,” chief conservator of forest, Shahdol range, Prashant Kumar Jadhav informed on Friday.