Free Press Journal
  • Indore: South African Tourism sets focus on city, trains travel agents

    Indore: The seventh edition of South African Tourism’s annual travel trade training sessions in city for members of Travel Agents Association of India’s local chapter concluded on Tuesday. Aimed at updating travel agents with best information for attracting tourists, training programme ‘Learn South Africa’ was organised in city.

  • Disha Patani looks radiant in Manav Gangwani’s couture at ICW 2017

    New Delhi: Young and vivacious Disha Patani added glamour to the Manav Gangwani’s show at the India Couture Week (ICW) 2017 when she walked for the designer as a showstopper in black trousseau with ‘maang tikka’ adding drama to her looks.

  • Rahul Bose launches initiative against child sexual abuse

    Mumbai: Bollywood actor Rahul Bose along with actress Vidya Balan came together to support the eradication of child sexual abuse (CSA) as Rahul launched “HEAL: NGO against child sexual abuse”.

  • Indore: Made In Heaven: Love story of two not-so-best childhood friends

    Indore: In the era of fast-paced communication and dating, when two people meet and fall in love with each other, but do not communicate for days and years, it sounds unreal. However, the unreal is real for the recently engaged 24-year-old CA aspirant Neha Jhawar and 24-year-old management trainee Saurabh Mundra.

  • Indore: UGC NET on Nov 5, online registration from Aug 1

    Indore: University Grants Commission (UGC) with Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) released a detailed notification for the National Eligibility Test (UGC NET) on Monday.

  • Bhopal: Thousands join Nagdwari Yatra Administration on toes

    Hoshangabad: Thousands of devotees joined Nagdwari Yatra on Tuesday and had a darshan of Lord Nagdwari. They came not only from the nearby areas of the district and other parts of the state but even from far off places like Amravati, Nagpur, Wardha and Chandrapur districts of Maharashtra.

  • Mumbai: MHADA to cut utility services of dilapidated buildings

    Mumbai: Following the tragic incident at Ghatkopar where a deteriorating building collapsed, Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) has decided to evict all occupants of its dilapidated structures immediately. A senior MHADA official said that they would soon disconnect utility services of these structures.

  • Separatist leader Shabir Shah arrested in Srinagar

    Srinagar: Senior separatist leader Shabir Shah is being flown to Delhi on Wednesday following his arrest by Enforcement Directorate (ED) officials here on Tuesday. Police sources said ED officials “executed a non-bailable warrant issued against Shah by a Delhi court”.  Shah was shifted from his uptown Sant Nagar residence here to Humhama police station in Badgam district on Tuesday evening.  He was to reach Delhi on Wednesday morning, sources said.

  • White House press aide Michael Short resigns after Anthony Scaramucci’s threat

    Washington DC: White House press aide Michael Short resigned on Tuesday, ending speculations if he would be fired by newly appointed communications director Anthony Scaramucci. Short’s resignation came after Scaramucci told Politico Tuesday morning  that  he planned to fire him over alleged leaks. “I’m going to fire everybody, that’s how I’m going to do it. You’re either going to stop leaking or you’re going to be fired,” Scaramucci had said.

  • Mumbai: Authority to include master list flats in lottery

    Mumbai: In the wake of shortage of flats in the Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) lottery this year, the housing body has decided to include nearly 153 flats from the master list in the economically weaker section of the lottery. The master list is meant to rehouse occupants of cess buildings that are redeveloped.