Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Meghdoot Zumba Club inspiers Indoreans to adopt healthy lifestyle

    Indore: Ecstatic Indoreans reach Meghdoot Garden early in the morning everyday to not only tap their feet on dancing numbers but also do something about their health. The increasing change in lifestyle compelled the club to organise energetic and fun-filled mornings. Starting from 6:30am-8am, Indoreans reach the venue in sports shoes and casuals to dance, train and have fun at the same time. Trainers Rahul Rawal, Rakesh Meshram, Rajesh Narwaria and Sumit

  • Indore: Farmers want loan waiver, people in want of milk

    Indore: Stray incidents of violence, including disrupting supply of vegetables and milk to several cities of the state, including Indore, marked farmers’ protests on Thursday.

  • Indore: Five injured in separate eve-teasing incidents

    Indore: At least five persons were injured in separate eve-teasing incidents in city during past 24-hours. According to information, miscreants attempted to molest a woman and when her brother opposed their attempt, they thrashed him and other family members. In the attack, four members of woman’s family were injured and admitted to a hospital.

  • Mumbai: Over Rs 5 lakh stolen from Flipkart office

    Mumbai: Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) police have arrested two youths who stole Rs 5.5 lakh in cash from the office of online shopping portal Flipkart located in Swastik Industrial Estate in Bandra (East).

  • Air India to conduct random checks at Mumbai, Delhi airports

    Mumbai: Air India chief Ashwani Lohani has instructed senior officials of the national carrier to visit Mumbai and Delhi airports at midnight by turn for a random inspection of cleanliness and upkeep of aircraft before their departure for international destinations. The instructions came following Lohani receiving a complaint recently about cleanliness of the airline’s Hyderabad-Chicago flight via New Delhi.

  • Bhopal: ‘Kanha soja jara my best song: Madhushree

    Bhopal: “Artists worship art and it has no boundary of caste, creed and religion. It hardly matters whether the artist belongs to India or Pakistan. At present the state of affairs is not good. People are unnecessarily raising issues like beef party, cow slaughter ban and many more. This is very wrong and I am hurt to see or hear all these stuffs. It shouldn’t be occurred in a democratic country like

  • Mumbai: Special enrolment drive to get college students on voters’ list

    Mumbai: Election Commission of India (ECI) has decided to undertake a special enrolment drive for first-time voters. The Commission will focus on college students in the age group 18 to 19 years. The drive will be held between July 1-31.

  • Bhopal: Patel visits BJP office, locks horns with Nandkumar

    Bhopal: Former BJP minister Kamal Patel visited state BJP office on Thursday to proffer explanation on notice issued to him. Patel had been taking potshots at the government over illegal mining issue for the past couple of weeks and had even filed a petition with the NGT. Subsequently, a show-cause notice was issued to him.

  • Indore: Government rolls out settlement scheme to clear VAT, CST dues

    Indore: Finally, ahead of rolling out of all new indirect tax regime Goods and Service Tax (GST) in the country, the state government declared settlement scheme for clearing pending dues of VAT and central sales tax. The scheme will be remained open till July 31, 2017. The scheme, aimed at helping taxpayers to clear long pending dues, was introduced through a notification issued on May 29. Under the scheme, a relief is

  • Nashik: Shirdi Sansthan to start IAS training academy

    Mumbai: Shri Saibaba Sansthan Trust (SSST), Shirdi, has launched a slew of projects and programmes as part of the Shri Saibaba Samadhi Shatabdi Mahotsav between October 1 to October 18, 2018.

  • Bhopal: Who is Raj Babbar? Rudy wants to know

    Bhopal: Union Skill Development Minister Rajiv Pratap Rudy, who was here to participate in BJP’s nation-wide campaign to publicise achievements of Modi government’s three-year rule, has no idea as to who is Raj Babbar.

  • Mumbai: Why force us to attend lectures? ask students

    Mumbai: If you tell somebody not to do something they go out and do it. It is this reverse psychology that works with students as well when they are told not to bunk lectures. Students in major technical colleges of the city are irked with the attendance system not because they have the curiosity to miss lectures but because the academics and teaching process has major loopholes.

  • Bhopal: Skill devpt will reduce state youth’s dependence on agri sector: CM

    Bhopal: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that skill development would help reduce state youth’s dependence on ‘stagnant’ agriculture sector. He said that while agriculture contributes only 10% to state GDP, it employs a disproportionately large number of people.

  • Bhopal: Cops beat pressure to come out as knights in shining arms

    Bhopal: Police have come in for praise for swift action that not only checked communal tension in Old City but also instilled a sense of security among the residents.  However, not many realise that the incident only added to the duress of the city police.

  • Ujjain: Congress corporators accuse UMC of nepotism

    Ujjain: Congress corporators on Thursday alleged Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC) of practising nepotism. Independent corporator Santosh Vyas, Congress corporators Vijay Singh Darbar and Binu Kushwaha got into a verbal duel with municipal executive engineer Gyanendra Singh Jadoun over issue of clearing the site for drainage construction on the road from Ved Nagar to Lohar Patti.

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