Free Press Journal
  • MPBSE results: Passing percentage dips by 40% in Alirajpur

    No matter what the state government might be claiming, but there is no improvement in the education scene in the state. At least that is what the results of the high school and higher secondary examinations conducted by MPBSE indicate. The pass percentage in the high school and higher secondary exams has fallen by one and four per cent respectively vis-à-vis last year. The results were announced on Friday.

  • Ujjain: Taste the best, now king Alphonso is here

    Ujjain: Ujjainites can now taste the best of the king of mangoes, Alphonso at the city’s first ‘Alphonso festival’ which began at Mungi square on Friday.

  • Scores of countries hit by cyber attack using stolen NSA bug

    London, A huge extortion cyber attack hit dozens of nations today, holding computer data for ransom at hospitals, telecommunications firms and other companies. The attack appeared to exploit a vulnerability purportedly identified for use by the US National Security Agency and later leaked to the internet.

  • Manisha and Sumona meet again after 18 years on The Kapil Sharma Show

    All Manisha Koirala fans are in for a treat this weekend. Before getting to watch the actress on the silver screen in ‘Dear Maya’, her fans will soon get to witness her charm on the small screen. Though the makers of the film and Manisha herself kept ‘Dear Maya’ under wrap while shooting for it, but now when there is just a few weeks left for the release, Manisha is on her

  • Trump faces isolation after Comey’s firing

    New York: US President Donald Trump is under severe criticism from various quarters including the White House, after Comey’s sudden and hasty dismissal.

  • DMK questions PM Modi’s silence on fishermen issue during Sri Lanka visit

    Chennai: Welcoming Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s announcement of 10,000 houses for Indian origin Tamils in Sri Lanka, the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagham (DMK) on Saturday raised doubts on the steps initiated by the former to redress issues of Tamil fishermen in his two-day visit to Colombo.

  • BREAKING: Baahubali 3 in the planning stage

    They won’t! They will! They might… Is there or is there not going to be a third Baahubali feature film? Now that Baahubali 2 – The Conclusion has broken all box office records to become the biggest box office grosser of India, the original plans of “positively not” doing any more Baahubali film is suspended.

  • Indore: Encroachments razed at Anand Bazaar

    Indore: Amid protest by shopkeepers, as many as seven illegal structures were demolished by Indore municipal corporation (IMC) at Anand Bazaar area on Friday.

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s travel diaries

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi has flown 3.4 lakh kilometres, which is the equivalent of going eight-and-a-half times around the world, as part of official foreign trips over the last three years. The PMO website provides details of all foreign visits of Modi. He has visited 45 countries over the course of 119 days – around 10% of his prime ministerial tenure so far.

  • Expert talk on new product development at IIM Indore today

    Indore: Industry Interface Cell of Indian Institute of Management Indore is hosting an expert talk on ‘Winning at New Product Development’ on Saturday. Faculty member of IIM Indore, professor Abhishek Mishra will be the key speaker of the event.

  • Indore: Stay on garbage dumping at sub-station near Lalbagh

    Indore: After hearing a petition filed by residents of the locality, Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court on Friday put a stay on dumping of garbage at a sub-station near Lalbagh.

  • Birthday special: Director Punit Malhotra’s untold love story

    Bollywood’s young director Punit Malhotra, brother of actor Siddharth Malhotra, turns 35 today. He is celebrating his birthday in New York. He posted a beautiful picture of New York which will make you go wow.

  • Indore: Failure drives boy to kill self

    Indore: A 16-year-old boy from Sadar Bazaar area committed suicide after failing in Class X board exams on Friday. Though, no suicide note was recovered from the spot, family members of the deceased informed police that the boy took the extreme step after checking his result on his mobile phone. According to the police, the deceased was identified as Sumit Bagora, a resident of Brahmbag Colony.