Free Press Journal
  • Winds, disturbance in northern part give relief from scorching heat

    Indore : Heavy winds and western disturbance in northern part of the country gave the much needed relief to citizens from scorching heat on Saturday. Winds blowing from the north eastern part of the city pulled down the temperature by two degrees Celsius from the normal, gave a reason for denizens to celebrate the weekend.

  • Seminar to make women self-efficient

    Ujjain : A 2-day seminar to make women self-efficient was organised by Bharatiya Jain Sangthan at hotel Satyam. The seminar was inaugurated on Saturday and over 70 women aged from 15 to 25 years were informed on various issues faced in daily life. They will be trained on becoming self efficient and how to maintain balance between professional and personal life.

  • Cleanse Mumbra of terror to save India: Shiv Sena

    Mumbai : Expressing concern over a suspected Islamic State sympathisers’ arrest in Mumbra, the Shiv Sena on Saturday said the Muslim-dominated town should be cleansed of ‘Islamic terror’ elements to save the country.

  • High Court tells Nashik civic body not to demolish temples

    Mumbai : In a temporary reprieve to more than 10 temples in Nashik city, the Bombay High Court has directed the Nashik Municipal Corporation not to take any action against them and to maintain its ‘status quo.’

  • Without any documents, BDD chawl tenants fear the worst

    Mumbai : The British era Bombay Development Department (BDD) chawls will be pulled down for redevelopment. However, the tenants’ associations are opposing the new Development Control Rule (DCR) which has been applied only for BDD chawls.

  • Kandivali residents take to waste treatment to reduce load of BMC

    Mumbai : Residents of the western suburbs have decided to manage waste on their own to reduce the load of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC). Around 30 residents of Thakur Village got together under a community based organisation called Street Konnect and organised a Compost Mela event with the help of the BMC and Sanjeevani S3 NGO. The event focussed majorly on reducing waste and highlighted basic concepts of waste management like

  • Sunil Kulkarni

    Sex and drugs guru Kulkarni a tough nut to crack: Police

    Mumbai : The investigators from Crime Branch of Mumbai Police are failing to retrieve strong evidences against Shifu Sanskruti ‘cult’ leader Sunil Kulkarni, who is accused of enticing teenage girls with drugs and then forcing them to do sexual acts while intoxicated. The police officers suspect that with the lack of evidences on his alleged ‘sex and drug racket’, the case may collapse.

  • ‘Reduce carbon emission to save environment’

    BHOPAL: A workshop on ‘Environmental and Climate Education’ was organised by the Global Biodiversity Education Society in collaboration with EPCO, MP Biodiversity Board and Bhopal Birds on Saturday – the World Earth Day.

  • FPJ Special – Kotnis family not to sell flat in Model Colony

    Mumbai : The Kotnis family house in Model Colony, off Lamington Road, a prime locality in South Mumbai is now undergoing renovations. Two years after both the Kotnis sisters died, the grandniece of Dr Dwarkanath Kotnis has decided to live there. Dr Kotnis’s niece, Sumangal Borkar speaking exclusively to Free Press Journal admitted that it is practically difficult to maintain and look after the house. She said that now she is happy

  • Sunday Guest – SFDC MD shares action plan to double farmers income by 2020

    BHOPAL : Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has a desire to double the income of farmers by 2020. And, Seed and Farm Development Corporation will be playing a vital role to achieve the target, informed managing director of the corporation, Vinay Varman while taking to Free Press.

  • Home minister to visit city on Monday

    Ujjain: Home and transport minister Bhupendra Singh, who is also minister in charge of the city, will reach Ujjain on Monday.  The minister will attend the meeting of jila yojana samiti.  He will also attend kisan sammelan to be held in Tarana tehsil.

  • Man injured in dumper-bus collision

    BHOPAL : A man was injured when a speeding dumper hit a city bus (red bus) having route number SR-4 on Saturday at Kamla Nagar locality here. The injured was rushed to a nearby hospital while the unidentified driver is absconding, said police. However sources claimed that about six people were injured in the incident, who were taken to the hospital by 108 ambulance service.

  • Business tech tools to ease your work

    For small-business owners these advances are not just a matter of convenience, but a way to save money, market their services, engage with and retain customers.

  • Using cold therapy to beat pain

    Cryotherapy or cold water therapy is the latest health trend to hit the town. SAPNA SARFARE reveals more about this trend and whether it is more than just a fad

  • Gadgets that every entrepreneur should own

    Gizmos have become an essential part of our daily life – they give us ease and convenience, which helps us get more work done during the day. When you’re using a cool gadget that proves to be useful, you’re utilising the work in a smarter way. Let us take a look at the best gadgets that an entrepreneur should get,

  • Input Tax Credit will be given on input stocks with conditions

    Indore : Preeti Johri, assistant commissioner commercial tax department (CTD), has said that Input tax credit (ITC) would be given to those manufacturer or trader, who are manufacturing taxable goods as per previous provisions, on input stocks with conditions.