Free Press Journal
  • Indore: IMC clueless as debris chokes roads

    Indore: IMC has reasons to pat itself on the back for Indore being ranked no. 1 clean city, but it has failed to tackle many other illegal activities including removal of building material and debris from roads. Sameer Tiwari talks to a cross section of people to guage their reaction on this weak aspect of municipal functioningWhile travelling near Chhawni, I came across roads blocked due to construction debris. IMC must look

  • Indore: Village sarpanch among 3 arrested for killing youth

    Indore: A youth was shot dead by some people in Khudel police station area on Saturday night. Some land dispute and old political rivalry is said to be the reason for his murder. The deceased has been identified as Deepak Yadav, resident of Bihadia village. Khudel police have arrested three persons including a village sarpanch for the murder and registered a case against five persons. Two others are still at large.

  • Indore: ‘Create stories aanchal ki’ brings out motherly love with poems, emotions

    Indore: Thanking their mother for not only giving them life, but teaching them how to live, youngsters, kids and professionals from all age-groups celebrated Mother’s Day with DS events. Marking their presence at ‘Create stories aanchal ki’ organised at Mangosteen Café on Sunday, everyone wrote poems for their mom. With heart-touching poetries and childhood memories, youngsters re-connected and made new friends. Connecting with their mothers who are living in different cities or

  • Will introduce ‘law’ if SC strikes down Triple Talaq: Centre

    New Delhi : With the hearing over Triple Talaq entering its third day today, the Centre on Monday assured the Supreme Court that it will come out with a law to regulate marriage and divorce among Muslims if Triple Talaq is upheld as invalid .“The government will come out with law to regulate marriage and divorce among Muslims if court holds Triple Talaq as invalid,” Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi told the bench.

  • Parliamentary Committee to seek clarification from RBI on unfair banking prices

    Mumbai: The Standing Committee on Finance, headed by senior Congress leader M Veerappa Moily assured Money Life team, NGOs and bank unions that it will seek clarification from Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and State Bank of India (SBI) on the issue of unfair pricing of banking services.

  • Indore: CET tenders floated, advantage MPOnline

    Indore: After its attempts to directly award contract of common entrance test to MPOnline were foiled, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) floated tenders for selecting test conducting agency posing such pre-requisites which give an edge to its preferred software partner over others.

  • Kamala Bhasin honoured with lifetime award at South Asian Laadli Awards

    Mumbai: At the first edition of South Asia (SA) Laadli Media and Advertising Awards, Kamala Bhasin was give the lifetime achievement award for her work in women’s development in Asia spanning over 35 years. The awards were honoured to 37 media for excellence in gender portrayal.

  • Ranveer turns ‘half girlfriend’ for Arjun Kapoor

    Mumbai: Actor Ranveer Singh promoted his friend, actor Arjun Kapoor’s forthcoming film “Half Girlfriend” by calling himself the latters “half girlfriend”. He even dissed Arjuns co-star Shraddha Kapoor.

  • Runvijay memroial quiz contest held at Central Library in Bhopal

    Bhopal: Civil Services Club organised Runvijay memroial quiz at Central Library on Sunday.  In the programme, Aditi Mishra won title ‘Quiz Master’ whereas Ashish Nema and Harendra Singh, Pragya Mishra and Hemlata Prajpati, Shubham Dangar and Prashant Singh scored first, second and third position respectively.

  • Immediately suspend Jadhav’s death sentence: India at ICJ

    The Hague: India today called for immediate suspension of its national Kulbhushan Jadhav’s death sentence and accused Pakistan of violating the Vienna convention by denying its 16 requests for consular access.

  • Fear Jadhav may be executed soon: India tells ICJ

    The Hague: Indian on Monday sought an immediate suspension of the death sentence awarded to alleged spy Kulbushan Jadhav in Pakistan saying there was a fear that he may be executed even before the decision of the international court.

  • A timeline of Kulbhushan Jadhav’s quest for justice

    New Delhi: The International Court of Justice (ICJ) is set to begin its hearing over the case of Kulbhushan Jadhav, who has been sentenced to death by Pakistan on charges of being an Indian spy.Here is a detailed timeline of the important developments in the matter of Jadhav so far:

  • Cyber attack: Ransomware and all you need to know about its dangers

    The ‘unprecedented’ ransomware cyber attack has hit as many as 200,000 victims in over 150 countries, Europe’s leading security chief said on Sunday and warned of possible fresh disruption when workers switch on their computers at the start of the working week on Monday.

  • I was done with him: Bharara on not returning Trump’s call

    New York,  India-born former top federal prosecutor Preet Bharara, who received a phone call from US President Donald Trump just two days before he was fired, said he “was done with” the American leader and did him a favour by not returning his call.

  • ICJ begins hearing in Kulbhushan Jadhav case

    New Delhi: The International Court of Justice (ICJ) on Monday began a public hearing in the case of Kulbhushan Jadhav, the alleged Indian spy sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court.