Free Press Journal
  • Former FBI director Robert Mueller named special counsel to look into Russia investigation

    Washington, D. C. :  The U.S. Justice Department has appointed former Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) director Robert S. Mueller as a special counsel to oversee its investigation into Russian meddling in last year’s presidential election. The decision was announced by Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein on Wednesday, reported the New York Times. “I determined that it is in the public interest for me to exercise my authorities and appoint a

  • Industry lost a great actress: Celebs mourn Reema Lagoo’s death

    Mumbai: A string of Bollywood faces like Boman Irani, Kunal Kohli and Madhur Bhandarkar have paid tributes to veteran film, stage and television actress Reema Lagoo, who died here early on Thursday following a cardiac arrest.

  • Reema Lagoo tribute: No one played Salman Khan’s on screen mom better

    Vetaran actress of Bollywood and Television, Reema Lagoo, passed away due to cardiac arrest in Mumbai. She was hospitalised at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital in Mumbai, shortly after midnight. She complained of chest pain on Wednesday and was rushed to the hospital where she breathed her last. She was 59.

  • Environment Minister Anil Dave dies at 61

    New Delhi, Environment Minister Anil Dave passed away here today. 60-year-old Dave complained of uneasiness at his home this morning and was rushed to AIIMS where he passed away, according to official sources. He was a member of the Rajya Sabha since 2009.

  • Your daily horoscope- 18 May by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- You may want to take the time to set benchmarks for certain career and personal initiatives. Social engagement will be keeping you busy today.

  • Indore: Exploring old memories with emotion-filled treasures

    Indore: A peek into mirror to browsing through dinosaurs, first button cell phones, pocket watches and many other old age artefacts is what makes museums special. To explore the time that we could not live, people celebrate ‘International Museum Day’ on May 18 every year. Though there are no rules as to how one can celebrate memories, Free Press brings out ancient treasures that lie in people’s home and form ancestor’s trail. Sharing their

  • Indore: Students approach DAVV VC to end delay in MBBS third prof exam

    Indore: Apart from studying hard, the medical aspirants are now struggling tough as well to get an opportunity to write their exams, thanks to the unnecessary delay by Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya. Students of MBBS Third Professional Part-I in Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College have been facing same trouble as there exams are already delayed by as many as five months. A group of students have lodged a complaint with the university vice

  • Indore: CET 3 marks for right answer, -1 for incorrect one

    Indore: Negative marking system would be followed in common entrance test (CET) this year as well for securing admissions in professional and other courses offered by Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) teaching departments. According to CET guidelines, “Three marks would be awarded for every correct answer, while one mark would be deducted for every incorrect answer.”

  • Indore: DAVV rubbishes AD’s claim, says no result withheld with varsity

    Indore: Two days after additional director (higher education) office had claimed that nearly 17,000 results were withheld with Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya for past three years, the university rubbished the claim, stating the information was incorrect. “Merely 540 results were withheld with us for past three years. The withheld results were announced lately. Today, no result is withheld with the university,” claimed vice chancellor Dr Narendra Dhakad, adding the AD office may have

  • Indore: CM reschedules thanksgiving gala to June 5

    Indore: A programme organised to thank the city residents for their contribution to Indore Municipal Corporation’s effort in making Indore the cleanest city of the country, was cancelled at the eleventh hour on Wednesday. The thanksgiving and felicitation programme was to be held at Dussehra Maidan on Thursday.  However, this was for the second time the programme has been cancelled due to some internal disagreements over its date and itenary. “The programme

  • Indore: Residents feel urgent need for water recharging, harvesting practices

    Indore: Each passing day, difficulties of city residents are mounting due to the growing water shortage, which is spreading to more areas swiftly. Bore wells have dried up in many areas and water supply from municipal corporation’s taps is also dwindling. Where civic bodies are trying to fill the gap between demand and supply by increasing the number of private water tankers and extracting more water from Narmada, residents are also gearing

  • Google India report puts Goa as most popular travel place

    New Delhi: Be it winter or summer, Indians do not seem to get enough of Goa. A new Google India report released on Wednesday shows that Goa remains the most preferred destination within the country.

  • Indore: Toppers of different courses awarded gold medals

    Indore: It was a day of celebration for the passing out students of 2017 batch and their parents as well, as a large number of jubilant faces of varied age groups descended at Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya auditorium on Wednesday to attend the convocation ceremony of International Institute of Professional Studies (IIPS).