Free Press Journal
  • #RoomForManchester: Locals open their homes for those stranded post blast

    London: Locals in the blast-hit Manchester, England on Tuesday opened their hearts and homes for the stranded and the suffering victims, as they took to Twitter to offer places to stay for the night for those unable to find one following the incident with the hashtag ‘#RoomForManchester’

  • Indore-Gwalior maiden flight under UDAN scheme from May 31

    Indore: Under recently launched UDAN scheme by the Centre, MP is going to get its maiden flight between Indore and Gwalior from May 31, bookings for which have already started. As per objective of the scheme, its fare is being kept very attractive. UDAN scheme is a component of National Civil Aviation Policy (NCAP) released on June 15, 2016 which was launched on April 27, by PM Narendra Modi in

  • Indore: Vehicle drivers ignoring traffic signals in town

    Indore: It seems that he vehicle drivers of town are getting confused from automatic traffic signals of town. Either the working of these traffic signals are not clear or the vehicle drivers are confusing and cannot be able to understand the importance of these traffic signals in town. About two years ago, the automatic traffic signals had been installed in town from Bhopal Square top Vikas Nagar. But, the local

  • Theresa May condemns ‘appalling terrorist attack’ in Manchester

    London, British Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday condemned the “appalling terrorist attack” that killed at least 19 persons and wounded 59 in Manchester stadium in the north of England, following a concert by singer Ariana Grande.

  • Indore: Relationships going awry is your kid’s upbringing right?

    Indore: With innumerable cases about destructive relationships in news followed by murders, even love relationships that are made by choice seem dangerous and harmful. While some relationships bloom into healthy and happy marriages, some fail, but sadly there are some relationships that are simply destructive. With queries about why do people choose to stay in such harmful relationships, Indoreans analyse the reasons that push a person in this trap. Sharing

  • Indore: ‘GST rates are being kept close to existing rates’

    Indore: Raghvendra Singh, commissioner, commercial tax department, has said that rates in new indirect tax regime Goods and Service Tax (GST) are being tried to be kept close to existing rates. GST would help in boosting economy of the country, he added. Senior IAS officer Singh was addressing as a key note speaker in a state-level seminar organised jointly by Commercial Tax Practitioners’ Association (CTPA) and MP Tax Law Bar

  • Indore: Schools are only money minting machines, feel parents

    Indore: Despite charging lakhs of rupees in fees, most schools fail to teach students in a way that they don’t have to attend tuition classes after school. Almost every other student today has to take tuition from a private tutor or attend a coaching class to clear school examination and understand syllabus, as shared by parents and students. While students complain that teachers do not explain and if asked questions

  • Mumbai: BMC contractor’s info will be centralised

    Mumbai: The Municipal Commissioner Ajoy Mehta have issued a circular seeking that the details of all the civic contractors should be centralised by the concerned departments of the corporation from May 31.

  • 2 die in Pune road accident

    PUNE: Two youth have been died in an accident and another one injured when the car they were travelling in collided with a truck on the Old Pune Mumbai Highway near Valvan in Lonavala on Monday morning.

  • Indore: BCom, CS exam date clash: DAVV refuses to amend timetable

    Indore: BCom second semester exam dates are clashing with that of company secretary exams but Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) is not ready to change its timetable for the upcoming semester exams. A group of students preparing for CS exams and also pursuing BCom course reached the university on Monday and informed the officers that dates of both the exams were clashing with each other. Producing the timetable of CS exams

  • Maharashtra joins league of GST states

    Mumbai: The Maharashtra state legislature on Monday ratified the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill unanimously, joined the league of states which have already approved the legislation that will pave the way for roll-out of a single and unified tax system in the country.

  • PM Modi condemns UK blast

    New Delhi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today condemned the blast in Manchester in the UK which killed at least 19 people and injured around 50.

  • Indore: NSUI shame: Exam controller offered bangles

    Indore: In a shameful act, activists of National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) thronged Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) exam controller Ashesh Tiwari’s office and offered him bangles for allegedly failing to declare results on time and address problems of students to their ‘satisfactory level’. Led by district general secretaries Yash Yadav and Monika Mandre, activists even threatened to blacken the face of Tiwari if results were delayed for more than

  • We as government want to make a history: Mahadev Jankar

    Mahadev Jankar is a cabinet minister who is in charge of animal husbandry, dairy and fishery development for Maharashtra (from the representing shepherds and an ally of the ruling BJP). He is a man with a vision and a burning desire to implement them. He believes that his ministry’s activities should form a vital de-risking mechanism for the fluctuating agricultural incomes and fortunes of farmers in the state. He believes that the

  • Indore: Govt leaves college aspirants in lurch

    Indore: Neither has it started centralised online counselling for admissions nor has it cleared whether there will be semester or annual system of exams. The state government has literally left students in the lurch who are looking forward to take admissions in colleges. They have no idea about admission rules and format of exam as yet. “People say the semester system would be scrapped and older system of annual exam reintroduced from

  • Indore: Religious conversion: Police rescue 11 children from bus stand

    Indore: City police have rescued 11 tribal children of Alirajpur district, reportedly brought to the city for religious conversion, from the possession of two accused from Sarwate bus stand on Sunday night. The children were sent to Childline for shelter while the accused were arrested and booked under the sections 3 and 4 of Madhya Pradesh Freedom of Religion Act. According to in-charge of Chhoti Gwaltoli police station TI Sanju