Free Press Journal
  • Indore: ‘Set animals, birds free to prove love’

    Indore: “Animals and birds only understand the language of love. The more you love them, the more you ensure honesty on their part. Whether it’s a dog, a cat or a bird, all need love and they give you double in return,” 52-year-old Santosh Agnihotri said. Executive programme officer in All India Radio, Agnihotri has a different story of love with animals and birds even when he doesn’t own one.

  • Bhopal: Security in tizzy as SIMI chief, nine other members shifted to Bhopal jail

    Bhopal: The chief of banned terror outfit Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI), Safdar Nagori and nine other members of the outfit were shifted to Bhopal Central Jail here on Sunday. Jail officials said that they have been shifted to Bhopal from Indore Central Jail because of more enhanced security measures in Bhopal Central Jail. The experts however believed that this will only put more pressure on the jail security

  • Rahul Gandhi condemns Kerala’s ‘barbaric’ incident of calf slaughtering

    New Delhi, A day after Youth Congress activists publically butchered a calf in Kerala’s Kannur to protest against the Centre’s ban on sale of cattle for slaughtering, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi condemned the ‘barbaric’ incident while dubbing it as ‘thoughtless and unacceptable.’

  • Indore: Akhil Bhartiya Kshatriya Mahasabha takes out procession

    Indore: To celebrate 477th Maharana Pratap Jayanti, the community took out ‘Shaurya Yatra’ on Sunday. The programme started with floral tribute at Mhow Naka. Mayor Malini Gaur, former MP Laxman Singh, MLA Usha Thakur, former MLA Antar Singh Darbar and assembly’s state president Vijay Singh then flagged off the procession which ultimately culminated at Bada Ganpati. While youth marched the streets bearing saffron flags, kids with traditional Rajput costumes rode horses. The

  • India leads globally in biometric tech adoption

    Mumbai: With advancements in the field of biometric technology, India has topped globally in adoption of biometrics techniques, says a report.

  • Indore: MBBS 2nd prof results out, pervious prof’s review results still awaited’

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) on Saturday announced MBBS second professional exam results even as many students of pervious batch of the same exam continue to wait for their review results to be announced. “This is wired. Our junior batch students’ main exam results are announced whereas we are put to wait for our review results,” said a student wishing anonymity.

  • Ujjain: Police stop SBM drive against meat shops

    Ujjain: The shutdown drive of Swarnim Bharat Manch (SBM) against illegal meat and liquor shops in Mahakaleshwar temple was halted by police on Sunday.

  • Mumbai: SSS MP Raju Shetti accuses BJP of deceiving farmers

    Mumbai: Swabhimani Shetkari Sanghatna (SSS) leader Raju Shetti on Sunday alleged that the BJP, which is in power in Maharashtra, has “deceived” the state’s farmers who had voted for the party in the Assembly polls.

  • Ujjain: ‘Gandhigiri’ enables local MP to get his demands fulfilled by NDA govt

    Ujjain: Member of Parliament (MP) from Ujjain Chintamani Malviya is appeared to have evolved a formula to get his demands fulfilled by the BJP-led Union government. “I have been a regular visitor to the bungalows and offices of railways minister Suresh Prabhu and steel minister Narendra Singh Tomar… what worked tremendously in my favour is to do ‘Gandhgiri’ by presenting bouquet to the ministers or their office staff almost on

  • Ujjain: City students shine in CBSE class 12 results

    Ujjain: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared results of Class XII on Saturday. Hundreds of students from Ujjain appeared in the examination from around 12 schools registered with central board. Most of the schools fared well while some achieved 100 per cent results.

  • Our country needs to become defence manufacturer: FM Arun Jaitley

    Pune: Establishing the need for the defence preparedness and financial growth, Union Finance and Defence Minister Arun Jaitley has said that in order to strengthen the economy of the nation, we need to develop ourselves as manufacturing hub and for the security of the nation, we need to develop ourselves as defence manufacturing hub.

  • Indore: Online admission counselling may start on May 30

    Indore: After CBSE declared results of Class XII on Sunday, Department of Higher Education (DHE) signaled at starting centralised online counselling for admission in undergraduate and postgraduate courses offered by government and private colleges in the state by May 30. “Now as MP board and CBSE results are out, we are all set to start online admission counselling from May 30,” said Neeraj Mandloi, commissioner (higher education).

  • Indore: CBSE result out: City schools improve on average

    Indore: With highest percentage standing close to last year, many schools in the city affiliated to Central Board Secondary Education (CBSE) found improvement in overall school’s average marks. Celebrating their success, school principals shared their analysis of the result and school’s performance with Free Press. Overall girls kept their vow and outshone boys on the merit list as well as individual analysis. Also, it was seen that most schools had