Free Press Journal
  • s4 mnths to deadline, BMC yet to remove 50% illegal shrines

    Mumbai : Although the Bombay High Court ordered removal of all illegal shrines and religious structures that violates the Constitution by November 2017, the BMC has so far managed to remove only 197 such structures out of 482 identified.

  • First round MBBS seat allotment from July 23

    BHOPAL : The department of medical education will start the first round of seat allotment to the students of MBBS and BDS NEET UG.

  • Farmer found dead

    BHOPAL : A 48-year-old farmer was found dead in his farm on Friday night at Hazuri Khurd village. Deceased has been identified as Trilok Singh Thakur who had gone for cattle grazing in the morning but did not return.

  • Delay in CET hits admission badly

    Teaching departments of DAVV, which used to witness 80 per cent admission in the very first round of CET counselling, this year have seen a drastic decline in

  • ‘Avoid bowling spin to Harmanpreet’

    London : On the eve of Sunday’s ICC Women’s World Cup final at Lord’s here against India, former England men’s team skipper Nasser Hussain advised the hosts not to employ spinners against all-rounder Harmanpreet Kaur, who smacked a 115-ball unbeaten 171 against Australia to help the women-in-blue reach the summit clash.

  • Psychological tests, safety top agenda on juveniles’ meet

    Mumbai : Altogether eight members of the Juvenile Justice Board (JJB) and 40 magistrates frm across the state underwent a four-day special training session for protection of juveniles and their safety.

  • UGC asks institutions to upload clear, accurate info

    Indore : Unhappy over the complaints of higher learning institutions providing false information on ‘Know Your College (KYC)’ portal of the central government, University Grants Commission (UGC) has directed universities and colleges in the country to upload clear and accurate information on the KYC portal.

  • India score 312-9 on Day 2 in drawn tie

    Colombo : India’s top batsmen, including skipper Virat Kohli, got plenty of time in the middle as the visitors scored 312-9 on the second and final day of their warm-up tie against Sri Lanka Board’s President XI which ended in a draw, here.

  • Striking ABVP activists fall ill

    BHOPAL : Two Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) activists on hunger strike fell ill on Saturday. The state government or the district administration remained ignorant of the strike.

  • Ban on pan masala likely to be lifted soon

    Mumbai : The Foods and Drugs Administration (FDA), Maharashtra, is mulling on lifting the ban on the sale of flavoured or scented areca nut, more popular as ‘pan masala’.

  • Ujjain : Stolen booty recovered

    Ujjain :  A railway employee, Sarita Surana, whose house was robbed two days ago, has lodged a complaint with the Dewasgate police station. It has been reported that goods and cash along with jewellery worth over 3.65 lakh were stolen.

  • Rahul-Dravid

    ‘Dravid won’t tour with seniors’

    New Delhi : Former India captain Rahul Dravid “will not be available” for the senior Indian team’s overseas tours owing to his commitments with the India A and Under-19 sides, the Committee of Administrators (COA) chief Vinod Rai has said.

  • Two-day national convention of CA students inaugurated

    Indore : The two-day national conference of CA students was inaugurated at Labhmandapam here on Saturday. Over 1,500 CA students from across the country participated in the conference, jointly organised by Indore branch of ICAI and Board of Studies.