Free Press Journal
  • Wrong papers assigned to teachers add to delay in university results

    Mumbai : Amidst the existing chaos, wrong answer sheets have been assigned to the teachers assessing the Mumbai University (MU) examination papers. The teachers correcting papers of Bachelor of Arts examinations have been allotted engineering papers while those correcting subjects like history or sociology are allotted papers of the technical subjects.

  • Spl woman cell inaugurated at Habibganj PS

    BHOPAL : “Women in distress can visit and can take the benefits of the law, from these special woman cells, said ADG, crime against women Aruna Mohan Rao while inaugurating the cell on Habibganj police station premises.

  • Peddler held with drugs worth Rs 20L

    BHOPAL : Shahjehanabad police on Friday arrested a man on charges of selling ganja and brown sugar. The police arrested accused Sompal Kuchbandiya with the contraband worth Rs 20 lakh.


    On the occasion of Bank of Baroda’s (BoB) 110th foundation day, BoB staff sports and cultural club hosted cultural evening-cum-get-together at Jal Sabhagrah on Saturday. General secretary Mahesh Jain informed that Indore regional head Diwakar P singh was the chief guest and Anil Gupta headed the programme.  Melodic renditions of various Bollywood songs by International Rhythm Group added colours to the vital monsoon spirit. Artistes Swaransh Pathak, Shivangi Mishra and Shubash Porwal’s

  • Police outpost set on fire by GJM supporters

    Darjeeling (WB) : A police outpost was set on fire by pro-gorkhaland agitators in Darjeeling hills and posters were distributed saying local MP S S Ahluwalia “has not been seen in the hills in the last few months” on the 38th day of the indefinite shutdown on Saturday.

  • Ujjain : Two youngsters killed as bike rams into truck

    Ujjain: A bike rammed into a truck at Maksi Road near Derkhedi village on Friday night, killing two bikers Arun and Bunty, residents of village Hoshiyari. The accident occurred when their speeding bike lost control and rammed into a stationary truck. Chimanganj Mandi police authorities sent the bodies of the deceased to hospital for postmortem. The police also registered an FIR against the driver of the truck.

  • Four qualifiers for India at Worlds

    Kuala Lumpur : Rising badminton powerhouse India have secured four qualifiers in men’s singles and women’s singles competitions for next month’s prestigious World Championship.

  • Girl withdraws petition, HC releases ‘wrongly jailed’ man

    Mumbai : A girl’s misunderstanding has caused a city-based man to suffer a lot for months. The man was compelled to remain behind the bars for months. However, the Bombay High Court came to his rescue and directed the Dindoshi police to forthwith release the man.

  • Mamata daydreaming about dislodging Modi: Javadekar

    Kolkata : Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar on Saturday lambasted West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for her call to “dislodge” Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying it was due to her “frustration” as more and more people of the state were moving towards the BJP.

  • Youth killed in bike mishap

    BHOPAL : A 21-year-old youth died while his friend sustained serious injuries after the bike he was riding hit a divider in Habibganj area on the intervening night of Friday and Saturday.

  • Army doesn’t have ammo to fight a full scale war, says CAG

    New Delhi : The Indian Army is battling critical shortage of ammunition, especially for its tanks and artillery, and 121 out of the total 152 types of munition do not meet the minimum levels needed to fight a full-scale war, the government auditor has found.

  • Curtains for India at Russia Open Grand Prix

    Vladivostok : India’s campaign at the Russian Open Grand Prix came to an end after Rahul Yadav Chittaboina and men’s doubles pair of Arjun MR and Ramchandran Shlok suffered defeats at the semifinals.

  • Interpol circulates list of ISIS members trained to target EU

    London : The International Police Organization (Interpol) has circulated a list of 173 Islamic State militants who it believes could have been trained to carry out revenge suicide attacks in Europe in retaliation for the group’s military defeats in the Middle East.

  • Ujjain : Take extra care in monsoon to prevent diseases: CMHO

    Ujjain: UChief Medical and Health Officer, VK Gupta called on residents to take extra care while having food and water during monsoon to prevent diseases like diarrhea, jaundice, typhoid, cholera amongst others.


    The people of Indore enjoyed an evening dedicated to harmonious music on Saturday. This event was organised by the Devi Rukmani Sangeet Sansthan at Press Club for music lovers. Called ‘Tab Aur Ab’, the performers presented old melodious super hits along with new songs that have taken over the latest top charts. Organiser of the event and director Ravi Mishra commenced the evening by singing ‘mere mehboob kayamat hogi’. Other singers for