Free Press Journal
  • Shame old story: Central Railway in deep waters again!

    Even before the monsoon arrives in full force, the Central Railway is already battling a strew of fiascos. Heavy downpour in the city last week disrupted train schedules on the Central Railway line with waterlogging in many places being the main reason for major delays

  • Loyalty means zilch for this party hopper

    Bhayandar : Ahead of the elections to the Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC)it’s business as usual for the notorious Aayarams and Gayarams in the political arena, who are swapping parties at lightning speed just for electoral convenience.

  • Kautilya Academy celebrates foundation day

    Indore : Kautilya Academy celebrated its 15th foundation day on Saturday at Ravindra Natya Grah. National Schedule Caste Commission vice-president Anusuya Uike was the chief guest.

  • Israeli girl with roots in Mumbai to sing anthems before Modi

    Lod (Israel) : Liora Itzhak, chosen to sing the national anthems of Israel and India to welcome Prime Minister Narendra Modi, wishes to re-live her Bollywood dream yet again. Born in Israel to Indian immigrant parents from Mumbai, Liora had to abandon that dream in the 1990s due to “homesickness”.

  • RERA chairman clear doubts concerning bill

    Ujjain : Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) chairman Antoni Disa visited the city on Saturday to interact with builders, architects, engineers and journalists concerning the RERA bill which has been launched by government of India in order to protect the interests of property buyers.

  • Research well, double check before you opt for a course: Experts

    Mumbai : Everything is in surplus today; multiple colleges, multiple courses and multiple career opportunities. But these large number of courses lead to a variety of options for career opportunities, which ultimately adds to the confusion of a student.

  • Goel felicitates Srikanth, Gopi

    New Delhi : Sport Minister Vijay Goel on Saturday felicitated ace shuttler Kidambi Srikanth and chief national coach Pullela Gopichand for the recent run of success of Indian badminton players.

  • Campus placement drive at Patel Group

    Indore : Patel Group of Institution conducted an open campus drive for BE, B Tech, B Sc, BBA batches recently where multinational company Tech Mahindra visited campus for placement. A large number students across the state participated in it.

  • AK Jyoti of Gujarat cadre will be the next poll panel chief

    New Delhi : Current Election Commissioner Achal Kumar Jyoti will take charge as the Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) after Nasim Zaidi retires on July 6. Zaidi had taken over as the 20th CEC on April 19, 2015.

  • 2 killed as mixer rams into bike, car in accident sensitive zone

    Ujjain : Angry residents of Patpala and Harsodan villages, at Maksi Road blocked the road on Saturday morning after a speeding cement mixer rammed into a bike and  car in one go on Friday night, killing two people.

  • Team India to get its coach on July 10

    Kolkata :Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) member Sourav Ganguly said on Saturday that the interview to select the new India coach will be held on July 10 in Mumbai.

  • TKS marks 40th foundation Day

    Indore : Tirathbai Kalachand School run by T Choithram Foundation celebrated its 40th foundation day on Saturday with great fervour. SP (west) Manish Agrawal was the chief guest.

  • Half the admissions done, junior colleges wait to begin classes

    Mumbai : Despite having completed admissions of minority students, junior colleges cannot begin the academic year as the FYJC (First Year Junior College) will begin from August 9. This delay has come due to the errors in the online system which forced the state education department to extend the admission dates, revise the dates of merit lists which has in turn postponed the entire admission process.

  • Venus ‘heartbroken’ over fatal Florida crash

    Miami : US tennis star Venus Williams said she is “devastated and heartbroken” over the fatal car crash that the victim’s family says will prompt them to file a wrongful death suit against her.

  • Jail protests: Police to record locals’ statement

    Mumbai  : The officials of the Nagpada police will record the statements of independent witnesses in the protests that took place in Byculla jail on June 24. By now all six accused in the murder of Manjula Shetye in the jail have been arrested.

  • INIFD inaugurates new campus

    Indore : One of the biggest design education network in the country INIFD inaugurated its new campus with ‘Design Carnival’ recently at BRTS corridor. The campus was inaugurated by INIFD Corporate CEO Anil Khosla and Vimal Todi.

  • BJP celebrates rolling out of GST

    Ujjain : The district unit of Bharatiya Janata Party, celebrated the imposition of Goods and Service Tax on Friday. Party district head, Iqbalsingh Gandhi congratulating the government stated that the single tax system would control markets across the nation now.

  • Herald case: Court asks Sonia, Rahul to reply on Swamy’s plea

    New Delhi : A Delhi court on Saturday granted three weeks’ time to Congress president Sonia Gandhi, its vice president Rahul Gandhi, who on Saturday returned to India after spending a vacation abroad with his maternal grandmother and family, and four others to respond on a plea of BJP leader Subramanian Swamy seeking certain documents from the party in the National Herald case.

  • Election of Deendayal Cooperative Credit Society held

    Ujjain : Election of the 11 member board of directors of Deendayal credit cooperative society limited, was held on Saturday, under the direction of chief election officer Raghuvar Piplaj.