Free Press Journal
  • ‘Aayam 2017’ at SGSITS – Exploring the art of selling

    Indore : With various cultural and technological activities in techno-cultural fest ‘Aayam 2017’ at Shri Govindram Seksaria Institute of Technology and Science (SGSITS), students explored their talents in various criteria including entrepreneurship. While engineers are smart at calculations and figuring out how things work, their practical success depends on being able to present their skills and selling their innovative products.

  • No relief for convict who raped minor girl while celebrating Holi

    Mumbai : The Bombay High Court has refused to grant any relief for a convict who had committed rape on a three-year-old girl while celebrating Holi festival in 2013. The convict was identified as ‘Samosawala uncle’ by the minor girl, which had led to his arrest.

  • RPF takes precautions to curb balloon throwing during Holi

    Mumbai : The Railway Protection Force (RPF) attached with the Mumbai Central have formed at least seven teams to curb incidents of balloon throwing and stone pelting on commuters in a moving train during the Holi festival on Monday.

  • Rogue parking agents under the scanner for fleecing bikers

    Mira-Bhayander : Acute shortage of parking spaces in the twin-city, especially near railway stations, has apparently provided a window of opportunity for the rogue parking mafia to fleece hapless citizens of their hard earned money.

  • Martyr Sepoy Deepak Jagannath Ghadge – To lift the family from poverty was his dream

    Pune : “Born and brought up in a poor family, Deepak Jagannath Ghadge, Martyr Sepoy in Indian Army, had been trying to lift his family from that misery. He had been working on his dream to avail comforts and luxuries for his poor parents and to provide a good lifestyle for his wife and two kids. But at the age of 27, he got martyred, leaving behind his parents and family to

  • Sangli foeticide case to be run in fast track court

    Sangli : Sangli police, on Saturday, announced that the case of illegal sex selection and abortion racket will be run in a fast track court and a charge sheet will be filed as soon as possible. Meanwhile, police have detained a lady doctor from a village in Karnataka for inquiry in the sex selection and abortion racket found in Mhaisal village in Sangli district.

  • Pune-Solapur highway Mishap – 11 from Mumbai die in road mishap

    Pune/Mumbai : Eleven pilgrims from Mumbai were killed after the private minibus they were travelling in collided head-on with a truck in Loni Kalbhor village near Pune on the Pune-Solapur highway. The mishap happened in the wee hours of Saturday. All the 11 were on their way to take the blessing of Swami Samartha in Akkalkot.

  • 4 Aussie bikers on trip across India to play Holi in Mumbai

    Mumbai: Four Australian bikers, who have embarked on a 7,000-km long journey across India under the project ‘Ride for Rights’, would reach Mumbai on Monday and celebrate Holi with children in Sion-Koliwada here.

  • Naxal Attack – Maoist ambush kills 12 CRPF jawans

    Raipur : Twelve CRPF personnel were killed on Saturday and their arms looted when Naxals ambushed a security patrol party in the Maoist hotbed of Sukma in Chhattisgarh. Four personnel were also injured in the attack, two of them critical.

  • Upbeat on UP, CM spikes mid-term election buzz

    Mumbai : Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis on Saturday ruled out the possibility of any mid-term poll in the state, putting to rest the speculation that the BJP may go for it to part ways with its “troublesome” ally Shiv Sena.

  • Vyapam fraud – Brothers held for using fake ST certificate

    BHOPAL : Bhind police arrested two brothers for using fake Schedule Tribe certificate to pass the sub-inspectors exam, organised by Vyapam in 2014. One of the brothers is a police constable in Shivpuri.

  • Ministers to be deployed in Ater, Bandhavgarh

    BHOPAL : Even as the state BJP celebrates the party’s massive victory in Uttar Pradesh, it has begun preparations for the assembly by-polls in Ater and Bandhavgarh constituencies, due next month. And so has the Congress.

  • BPR&D instructs CPWD to speed up debris removal

    BHOPAL : Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPR&D), on Saturday, expressed disappointment at CPWD’s slow pace in removing the rubbles and debris which they said was delaying the probe. The BPR&D team also conducted a headcount of the labourers working at the construction site to ensure that no one was missing.