Free Press Journal
  • IPU Prez expresses disappointment over absence of Pakistan

    Indore : Expressing disappointment over the absence of Pakistan from South Asian speakers conference here, the IPU President on Saturday said even if countries stop talking, parliamentarians should engage in the dialogue process.

  • Mahakaleshwar’s ‘ghatatop shringar’ overwhelms devotees

    Ujjain : On the third day of Shiv Navratri, Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlingam left the devotees mesmerised as the sight of ‘ghatatop shringar’ was unveiled in the evening after the customary pooja on Saturday.

  • PIMR Law Department felicitates meritorious students

    Indore : Department of Law PIMR organised a felicitation programme on Saturday to honour principals, teachers and meritorious students of more than 50 schools of Indore.

  • ‘Mr & Miss Deaf India’ contest today

    Indore : Indore Deaf Bilingual Academy along with All India Deaf Art and Culture Society is organising ‘Mr and Miss Deaf India’ at Emerald Heights International School on Sunday.

  • Conference for Counsellors held at DC

    Indore : An International Career & College Conference (IC³) was hosted under the aegis of Daly College on Saturday. Ganseh Kohli, chief mentor of KIC UnivAssist and former high school counsellor, a key note speaker in the first session of the conference addressed the counsellors from different schools of the city. Talking to the counsellors, Kohli explained the need and importance of counselling to students. He insisted on the concept of L²


    IET, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya organised its annual cultural festival recently in the campus. It was an occasion to cherish last year’s achievements by the department along with its students. The cultural programme saw a large number of student participation across the city. Fashion show remained highlight of the event for which various teams had been practicing since a month. Engineering students were clad beautifully in traditional and western dresses. In addition to

  • VC expresses concern over drop in enrolment for higher edu

    Indore : On the second day of international Seminar and 27th MPEA conference, valedictory ceremony was held at DAVV School of Economics. Delivering Prof Minocha memorial lecture Prof HS Yadav said that there have been manifold adverse effects of globalisation in Indian context.  Prof ML Chhipa motivated the students to do research in Hindi. “The youth should create employment instead of seeking employment,” he said.

  • BJP withdraws ‘made for each other’ ad

    Mumbai: BJP has withdrawn a TV ad, made as part of the party’s campaign for the upcoming Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) polls, after criticism in social media.


    Monthly get-together of the club was held recently at Hotel Amarvilas. Club members were dressed in variants of red and black as per casino theme. It was a chance to exchange casual conversation, meet old friends and befriend new members. The décor of venue corresponded that of the theme. A number of games were organised to engage ladies who explored their sporting side. The day offered a break to housewives and working

  • Triangular contest for major power bastions

    Mumbai : Important bastions are up for grabs. Apart from routine campaigns in various wards, all political parties contesting the civic body polls are leaving no stone unturned to please voters of Shivaji Park (ward no 191).

  • 3 booked for misbehaving with woman

    Indore: Police booked three persons along with a woman for allegedly misbehaving with a woman near Regal Square on Friday. According to the police, a case under relevant sections has been registered against one Munna, a resident of Lala Ka Bagicha area of the city, his wife Madhu and Son Vishal on the complaint of a 26-year-old married woman. Victim stated in the complaint that she was waiting for a public transport

  • Houses for poor by 2022: Devandra Fadnavis

    Nashik : Chief minister Devandra Fadnavis said that the BJP would give houses to poor by 2022 while Prime Minister Narendra Modi lowered the price of stents making it affordable.

  • Delineating the nine Rasas through ballet

    BHOPAL : An experimental ballet ‘Rasa Swaroopa’ and ‘Maa’ were staged on Saturday- the second day of three-day-long ‘3rd Rang Utsav Swayam Siddha-2017. Based on Bharat Munis’s Natyashastra, the ballet highlights nine rasas related to love and eroticism (Shringar), Humorous and comic (H?sya). Pathetic and disgust (B?bhatsa), fury and anger (Raudra), compassion and sympathy (Karuna), heroic (Viram), Terrible, horrifying (Bhay?nak), marvellous and amazing (Adbhut).

  • Wearing fashion

    The two-day annual fest of National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) concluded with a fashion show at Campion school Auditorium on Saturday. The two-hour-long show was divided into five categories – Wearable Art, Innovative Drapery, Contemporary Creation and Maya. As many as 40 young designers showcased their experimental works in the show. Models presented their work by walking the ramp and won appreciation from the audience. On first day of the fest,

  • We are focusing only on 90 seats: Sanjay Nirupam

    Mumbai : The second last day before the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) elections in Mumbai was filled with rallies for all political parties.

  • ‘Zinda rahne ke liye ek mulaquat…’

    BHOPAL : Well-known qawwal Sabari Brothers presented some popular qawwalis at open stage of Ravindra Bhavan on Saturday delighted the audience. They began with hamad (pray). It was followed by some compositions which won huge round of applauses from audience who were present in large numbers. These were ‘chhap tilak sab chhini…,’ ‘tu dinon haram ka malik hai…,’ They also presented some popular qawwali of film Hina ‘Kahin der na ho jaye…,’