Free Press Journal
  • Holidays just got costly

    Revised Service Tax  on holiday packages from today

  • Indian Army sepoy Family, Entire Village Ecstatic

    Mumbai : Indian Army sepoy Chandu Babulal Chavan’s kin and residents of his native village Bohivir in Dhule district of Maharashtra were overjoyed on his release on Saturday by Pakistan. His family thanked authorities for securing his safe return. By the time Chandu reached the Indian border, firecrackers were burst in Bohivir and his family celebrated Diwali. His family had not celebrated Diwali last year after he was captured. The entire village

  • AAP, Shiv Sena stage demo against MSME minister Pathak

    BHOPAL: There seems to be no let up in agitation protesting against minister of state for micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME), Sanjay Pathak. The Aam Admi Party (AAP) and Shiv Sena protested against the minister in different ways on Saturday. The name of the MSME minister Snajy Pathak had allegedly figured in the money laundering case occurred in Axis Bank at Katni. The then superintendent of police Gourav Tiwari had exposed

  • Liquor prohibition likely before state assembly polls

    BHOPAL : Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, who is trying to make the people aware of the ills of drinking in his speeches in the course of his Narmada Seva Yatra, may impose prohibition in the state before the 2017 assembly elections.

  • Election Commission Censures Arvind Kejriwal For His Goa Speech

    New Delhi : The Election Commission has censured Aam Aadmi Party chief and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for a speech in a public meeting at Mapusa in Goa inciting people to take bribe from other parties and vote for AAP.

  • Being a vegetarian is a way of life: Mrunal Jain

    Bodybuilders and actors often eat meat to build muscles. But actor Mrunal Jain, who was seen in Bandini, Looteri Dulhan, Hitler Didi, Uttaran, and Bandhan, feels that even vegetarians can be bodybuilders.

  • Mukhya Mantri Swasthya Seva Shivir inaugurated

    Ujjain : Residents of the city received a gift in form of Chief Minister’s ‘Swasthya Seva Shivir’ for treatment of serious patients suffering from 20 different critical diseases. In a ceremonial function at Charak Hospital, Union Minister for Social Justice and Empowerment Thawarchand Gehlot and Energy Minister Paras Jain inaugurated the camp on Saturday.

  • Getting stuck in traffic jams

    Every day commuters of Indore get stuck at one or the other spot in the city due to absence of traffic policemen and traffic signals. PRACHEE SHARMA and EKTA SINGH talked to a cross section of Indorians to know about their commuting experience.

  • UMC anti-encroachment campaign continues

    Ujjain : Ujjain Municipal Corporation’s anti-encroachment drive continued for the fifth consecutive day on Saturday. The anti-encroachment squad removed illegal constructions from sewage line across the city. Meanwhile, Commissioner Ashish Singh has urged people to cooperate with the UMC team.

  • A FUN-FILLED CULTURAL WEEK

    Shri Jayatilal Hirachand Sanghvi Gujarati Innovative College of Commerce & Science is celebrating Srijan 2017, its annual cultural festival on the college campus. The gala festival is spread over a period of seven days with a number of inter-college competitions to engage students. Competitions like rangoli and tattoo making, mehendi and antakshari. Everyone was dressed as per the allotted themes like retro, traditional, formal, business and others. Students and faculty have been

  • SICA School celebrates flowers day

    Indore : SICA Pre-Primary School Aranya tiny tots of class Nursery celebrated flowers day on Saturday. The motive behind the celebration was to introduce children to the world of flowers. Teachers decorated the classrooms with different flowers. They talked about flowers with children. Sang songs, rhymes and narrated stories on flowers. Children came in attire of different flowers and they looked beautiful in their attire. Children tried to identify the flowers displayed

  • On Day 1: Donald Trump Axes Obamacare

    Washington : Donald Trump began his presidency with a series of seismic policy interventions, starting with the repeal of Barack Obama’s healthcare policies, initiating a new US missile defence system and ushering in a new period of American protectionism.

  • Offering blossoming flowers to almighty

    Kalanjali, an organisation dedicated to the preservation and promotion of traditional Indian classical dance and art forms organised its annual 18th ‘Kalanjali-Kalotsavam’ on Saturday. It was a fiesta of captivating dance performances at Ravindra Bhavan. In a spectacular and colourful cultural programme, 27 child artists performed pushpanjali and alarippu in their Rangarohan (first performance on stage) in the traditional Bharatnatyam style. Alarippu is the first stage of dance and artists performing alarippu

  • ‘CITIZENS NEED TO BE PRO-ACTIVE’

    ‘Citizens and Municipal Councillors, both are to be blamed for the current pathetic state of our city,’ says Milind Mhaske.

  • NSUI protests Pawaiya’s statement

    Ujjain  : The National Student Union of India (NSUI) members burned an effigy of Higher Education Minister Jaibhan Singh Pawaiya to register their protest on Saturday. They were protesting against the statement of the minister regarding student union election.

  • Locals protest outside BMC office against widening of Poisar road

    Mumbai : The road widening project of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) faced another hurdle on Saturday as over 300 residents protested outside the BMC office at Kandivali (west). The locals protested against the widening of Gamdevi Road adjacent to Our Lady of Remedy Church as it would lead to encroachment on the church property and burial ground.