Free Press Journal
  • Your daily horoscope- 17 May by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- You can make your score to success in some quick time; the unemployed will land good jobs. Farm owners will have a profitable day. Legal matters decision will be in your favour.

  • Cannes Flashback: Here’s how Aishwarya, Sonam sizzled at the Red Carpet in 2016

    The audience at the Cannes 2016 were treated to some of the heart-throbbing moments, when two of leading bollywood ladies walked the red carpet. The former Miss World and beauty with elegance, Aishwarya Rai Bachhan along with the fashion-ista of Bollywood Sonam Kapoor stole the show on day 5 at the Cannes. The former was seen dazzling in a floral gown, while the latter left everyone in awe with the moon-like attire.

  • Indore: Press Council takes up 40 cases, disposes 21

    Indore: A two-day camp of investigation committee of Press Council of India (PCI), under chairmanship of Justice CK Prasad concluded here on Tuesday. The committee did hearing of 40 cases and disposed of 21 cases. On last day the committee did hearing from 10.30am to 3pm at Residency. At the end of the camp, Justice Prasad said investigation committee of PCI did hearing of 40 different cases and disposed-off 21 cases. Prasad

  • Indore: SVITS gets ‘AAA’ rating at national level

    Indore: Shri Vaishnav Institute of Technology and Science (SVITS) of Shri Vaishnav Vidyapeeth Vishwavidyalaya has been rated as ‘AAA’ in CAREERS 360 Rating of Engineering Colleges and Institutes for 2017. The rating of close to 600 institutions in the engineering domain this year, is based on quantifiable factors like faculty quality, student quality, test cut-off rank, research outcome, intellectual property and extramural research.

  • Indore: DAVV told to withdraw Ranka from flying squad

    Indore: In a major setback to Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV), additional director in-charge (higher education) SB Singh on Tuesday directed university registrar VK Singh to remove Archana Ranka from flying squad as she was debarred from all types of examination and confidential works last year.

  • Just 2 weeks before rains arrive in Kerala

    New Delhi: The southwest monsoon is likely to set over Kerala two days earlier than usual, on May 30, with a model error of four days, the India Meteorological Department said in a release on Tuesday.

  • Indore: CV Naukri Services director sent into judicial remand

    Indore: Accused Aakashdeepp Chaudhari was arrested from Ghaziabad and produced in court on Tuesday on charges of duping unemployed youths on pretext of providing employment to them. Judge Dharmendra Tada sent him on judicial remand.  SP (headquarter) Mohd Yusuf Qureshi said it was alleged that a Noida-based firm CV Naukri Services Pvt Ltd had duped over 300 people on pretext of providing jobs. The company had taken Rs 1,600 from each student

  • mumbai, man injured, JJ Hospital, bizzare accident, city news, rod

    Bus overturns near Lonavla, 26 hurt, 8 in ICU

    Pune: At least 26 passengers were injured, eight of them seriously, when the bus they were travelling in turned turtle on the Pune-Mumbai Expressway near Lonavala.

  • Budget 2018, West Bengal Chief minister, Mamata Banerjee, Arun Jaitley, Narendra Modi

    President polls: Mamata Banerjee meets Sonia Gandhi to talk consensus nominee

    New Delhi: West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee is believed to have supported another term for President Pranab Mukherjee during her meeting with Congress chief Sonia Gandhi on Tuesday. Banerjee is the second chief minister from the Opposition camp after Bihar’s Nitish Kumar to support Mukherjee’s candidature for the presidential poll in July.

  • Indian-origin Google staffer links malware to North Korea

    London/Washington: As the world struggles to identify the cybercriminals behind the global ransomware attack that hit 150 countries over the weekend, Neel Mehta, an Indian-origin security researcher working with Google, has claimed on Twitter that the hackers may have links to North Korea.

  • 22 premises of RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav, kin searched in Delhi fringes

    Patna/New Delhi: Even as the Chidambarams were being raided by the CBI on Tuesday, the Income Tax Department was searching 22 places in and around Delhi in connection with an alleged benami property case involving RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav and his family.

  • Joint raid conducted at Peter, Indrani, Chidambaram and Lalu residences and offices

    Chennai: Officers of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) conducted simultaneous searches at the houses and business premises of former Union Finance Minister P Chidambaram, his son Karti, and the latter’s associates in Chennai, Mumbai and other places on Tuesday in connection with a Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) approval given to INX Media.

  • Indore: She lost her mother, her baby; yet she fought on and stood up

    Indore: Compromise and patience have always been known as prime womanly qualities, but wrapping them with ambition, will and strength, makes a women of substance. Sharing her life story with a smile on her face and contentment in her heart, 42-year-old Smrati Shrivastava told about the ups and downs in her life. “As a child, I dreamt of becoming a judge, but not everything happens as we dream,” Smrati said. Her life

  • Trump disturbs a hornet’s nest

    The Washington Post report that US President Donald Trump revealed highly classified information about so-called Islamic State (IS) to Russia’s foreign minister has understandably disturbed a hornet’s nest. While Trump has dismissed such allegations as “fake news” and National Security Adviser HR McMaster said the reporting was “false”, the Republican chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee joined Democrats in slamming Donald Trump. The information, related to the use of laptops on aircraft, came

  • Indore: Student’s father threatens V-C, latter downplays issue

    Indore: Father of a law course student threatened vice-chancellor Narendra Dhakad of ‘ruining his future’ at a Jan Sunwai on Tuesday as his ward was denied to write an exam by Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV). The V-C, however, downplayed the matter saying the former issued the threat in impulse. The Jan Sunwai was going on peacefully at DAVV when a resident from Bhind barged into the exam controller’s office seeking to know why his

  • Nitish Kumar’s gambit: Propping up Pranab

    Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s suggestion that President Pranab Mukherjee be chosen by consensus to continue for a second term hinges largely on the BJP which has not expressed an opinion yet but may be disinclined to endorse him. Indeed, there has been no instance of the BJP and Mukherjee not seeing eye to eye in public though there has been no great cordiality either. Recently, when Pranab Mukherjee said that in his view

  • Indore: PCB’s nod must for marriage gardens to run, says NGT

    Indore: National Green Tribunal, central zonal bench at Bhopal, has disallowed operation of marriage gardens polluting Saraswati river, until they receive consent from Pollution Control Board (PCB) even if the gardens have permission from Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC). A bench comprising Dalip Singh and SS Garbyal passed this order on a petition filed by social activist Kishore Kodwani over flow of untreated sewage into the river.