Free Press Journal
  • BMW India Begins Production Of New 5 Series

    About a month back, we reported that BMW dealers in India had begun accepting bookings for the next-gen 5 Series in India. In the first week of June this year, BMW India confirmed that the new 5 Series will launch on June 29. Well, it’s about time that the company began the production of its highly acclaimed executive saloon and that’s exactly what the company has done. BMW India has now

  • “There is no short cut to the IIT-JEE”

    Arjit Jain, who achieved a super score at the JEE Advanced, results of which were announced recently, shares his academic journey through the two years of preparation.

  • Indore: Imitating father in spirit and values

    Indore: Life teaches more than what books can. And this Jaiswal family is no exception. 44-year-old provident fund officer Avinash Jaiswal talks about various ups and downs in his life and how he learnt to handle tough situations from his father.

  • Trump criticizes Republican healthcare reform

    Washington: US President Donald Trump has called the healthcare reform bill approved in May by the Republicans in the House of Representatives “petty”. The President also called on his colleagues in the Senate to make it “more generous,” sources from Congress told the media on Tuesday, Efe news reported.

  • Six parties adopt resolution for separate Gorkhaland state

    Darjeeling: As many as six parties including the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Tuesday adopted a resolution for a separate Gorkhaland state. The Trinamool Congress (TMC) did not attend the meeting. The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) is monitoring the situation developing in Darejeeling, sources said.

  • Actress Anita Pallenberg dead at 73

    Los Angeles: Actress Anita Pallenberg, longtime girlfriend of guitarist Keith Richards who appeared in films including “Performance,” is died on Tuesday. She was 73.

  • Indore: Cong MLAs meet families of farmers who committed suicide

    Sehore: The suicide by two farmers in the CM’s home district Sehore over the last one week has once again brought the issue of farmers’ distress to the fore. On Tuesday, Congress MLAs Jitu Patwari and Shailendra Patel went to meet the families of two farmers of Rehti and Icchawar areas, who have committed suicide.

  • ‘Purchased MLAs’ row: Opposition tears into AIADMK, seeks justice

    Chennai: In the wake of reports being circulated regarding All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) MLAs’ support being purchased by the ruling government, the Opposition while claiming to know of this, lashed out at the former’s poor governance, calling the present government a ‘non-performing’ one.

  • Indore: Anchal Chaudhary shooting: 2 more held, 1 still at large

    Indore: Crime branch police on Tuesday arrested two more accused in Anchal Chaudhary shooting case from Sonkachh. A reward of Rs 20,000 was announced on the accused, who were on the run since January. According to police, as many as seven people have been made accused in the case. The two arrested were identified as Nilesh alias Goldi Gadkar, resident of Marathi Mohalla and Rahul Raikwar, resident of Ahilya Paltan.

  • Uber CEO takes leave of absence amid scandals

    New York: Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has said he was taking a leave of absence for personal reasons, an announcement that comes at a time when the company is dealing with a series of workplace scandals. As part of a note announcing policies to improve its corporate culture, Kalanick said on Tuesday he would step aside for an unspecified period of time to focus on personal matters and reflect on how to

  • Scindia’s Mandsaur visit purely ‘publicity oriented’: BJP

    Mumbai/ Bengaluru: Lashing out at Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia for forcefully trying to enter Madhya Pradesh’s violence-hit Mandsaur district, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Wednesday said the former’s visit to the area was purely ‘publicity oriented’. Speaking to ANI here, BJP leader S. Prakash said it was very saddening indeed that responsible leaders like Scindia deliberately tried to go to Mandsaur, even when the administration has clearly issued notification on the

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    Bhopal: Swami Vivekananda library to train youths

    Bhopal: In the view of rising demand of professionals who can cater to the needs of modern libraries, Swami Vivekananda library has decided to impart proper training to the youth in this direction. The management feels that libraries have no longer remained a store room of books as it was perceived in the last rather has developed as modern activities centre.

  • Bhopal: Rivera Township residents in tizzy over filthy nullah

    Bhopal: With Bhopal all set to welcome monsoon, residents of one of city’s premiere townships are worried about the condition of their surroundings. Rivera Township near Mata Mandir square, located in the heart of city, has a nullah that passes through it. The drain is not channelised and the filth it carries gets stagnant and affects the surroundings. The drain originates from a distance of two kilometres and passes through the township carrying wastes

  • Bhopal: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan to meet kin of dead farmers today

    Bhopal: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan would fly to Mandsaur on Wednesday to meet the families of farmers who were killed in police firing there. He will stay for a night at Mandsaur and will return to the capital after taking part in the School Chalo Abhiyam at Jaora on Thursday.

  • Mumbai: BMC to build cycling tracks along Tansa pipeline

    Mumbai: In a fresh new experiment, Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is planning to build cycling/ jogging track along the Tansa pipeline from Mulund to Antop-Hill in Wadala. Following the Bombay High Court’s order, BMC is currently demolishing the illegal encroachments along the pipeline. After the demolition BMC will get at last 10- meter space along the pipeline.

  • Bhopal: Onions to be sold outside state too

    Bhopal: The government has been taken aback by the huge inflow of onions at the purchase centres set up by it. Procurement of onions is on in 22 districts and so far, around five lakh quintals of onions have been purchased. With monsoon round the corner and lack of storage capacity, the government wants to dispose of the stocks as early as possible.