Free Press Journal
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    Your daily horoscope- 29 July by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- You will be able to resume your stuck projects or work. In politics your importance is likely to increase. Romantic relationship will get better with your partner.

  • Indore: Admin on toes to meet July 31 deadline set by SC

    Manawar: District collector Shriman Shukla accompanied by local MLA Ranjana Bhaghel, Dhar superintendent of police Birendra Singh, Narmada Valley Development Authority (NVDA) officials visited Barda, Uradna, Semalda, Achauda, Perkhad and interacted with villagers.

  • Indore: Impressive display of prowess by ‘intelligent saviours’

    Indore: Conducting finale of the wildlife quiz at Emerald Heights International School, city zoo brought together winners of seven schools competing for the title of Green Warriors. While raising awareness about decreasing tiger population and richness of Indian wildlife, primary rounds of the same quiz were conducted in various schools.

  • Mumbai: BMC initiates action against Shitap’s illegal structures

    Mumbai: The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has finally awaken from their slumber and started taking action against Sunil Shitap’s other illegal structures, who has been arrested by Parksite police for carrying out unethical renovation work at his nursing home which led to the collapse of the Siddhi Sai Building in Ghatkopar. On Friday, the civic ward of Ghatkopar demolished the illegal structure of Shitap situated just one signal away from the building

  • Indore: IIM, IIT gear up to host much awaited i5 Summit

    Indore: Indian Institute of Management Indore and Indian Institute of Technology Indore have again geared up to hold i5 Summit, a much awaited event by students of these two elite institutions of the country.

  • Indore: After a lull, impressive admission in Group B lifts spirit a bit

    Indore: Delay in conduct of common entrance test (CET) by Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya took toll on admissions into courses under Group A after Group C and D witnessed poor admission scenario. However, courses under Group B witnessed satisfactory response from candidates.

  • Indore: Mixed emotions of smart residents

    Indore: Indore’s Smart City project promises significant economic and industrial growth. The initiatives by our government will surely bring some changes, but the larger question remains are they enough to make the change the citizens desire and deserve. A smart city of course needs smarter people to realise the very essence of the purpose. AKSHIKA PRABHAKAR catches up with cross-section of city residents to dig their mind and hearts

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    Indore: I-T teams unearth 15 bank lockers, recover Rs 75 L cash

    Indore: In a major breakthrough in crackdown on Ujjain headquartered Shriji Polymers, income tax department sleuths recovered Rs 75 lakh from bank lockers of the company in city on the second day of their nationwide action against the leading manufacturer of packaging products on Friday.

  • Bhopal: ‘Indu Sarkar’ disappoints, most seats go vacant in theatres

    Bhopal: ‘Dull’, ‘poor’, ‘bakwas’, ‘boring’. These were the words used by the audience, as they came out of the Raj Multiplex in Jinsi after watching much-hyped and controversial movie ‘Indu Sarkar’ on Friday. There are nine single-screen theatres in the city but the movie, directed by Madhur Bhandarkar released only in multiplexes due to its controversy.

  • Bhopal: Swachh Bharat mission capacity building workshop held

    Bhopal: The Swachh Bharat mission capacity building workshop was organised in Administrative Academy on Friday, which was attended by as many as 276 representatives from across 16 states of the country. The delegates had come all the way to get acquainted with the steps taken by civic body towards the cleanliness drive which bagged it awards and accolades.

  • Mumbai: H1N1 cases fall in second half of July

    Mumbai: The cases of swine flu have decreased in the city as people have started taking preventive measures and are coming for treatment immediately after showing symptoms. In the first week of July, 175 H1N1 cases were reported and in the last week, only 45 H1N1 cases and no deaths have been reported. As per the data provided by the civic health department, 261 patients were hospitalised due to H1N1 in the

  • Army, Opposition in glee as Nawaz is booted out

    Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s resignation from his post on Friday after an adverse Supreme Court verdict that disqualified him and barred him from holding any public office for life marks the end of a chapter in the country’s turbulent history. In a country where the army calls the shots sometimes overtly and at other times covertly, Nawaz had been on the wrong side of the army establishment which, however, refrained from taking an

  • Worry about small industries, not the banks

    The Government is worried about the poor financial condition of the Public-Sector Banks. They are beset with inefficiencies and corruption. But the basic problem is that the role of banking in the economy is shrinking, there has been a slowdown in bank credit. An analysis of Reserve Bank of India data shows that bank credit growth in the previous year 2015 was 10.6 per cent. It has grown at a mere 5.1 percent in

  • Sushma Swaraj

    Government’s unusual anxiety over missing Indians

    New Delhi appears to be more concerned than usual about the fate of the 39 Indian workers who were said at one time to be in a jail at Badush in Iraqi territory controlled by the jihadist group calling itself the Islamic State of Iraq and popularly known by its Arabic acronym of Daesh. But recent reports from Badush suggest the jail is now abandoned and unoccupied. This makes Sushma Swaraj’s sudden, highly-publicised demonstration

  • Mumbai: CSIA marks World Hepatitis Day with tests

    Mumbai: For the first time an airport in India GVK MIAL the company that administers Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA), observed World Hepatitis Day 2017. A free check-up camp was organised on Friday as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative.

  • Bhopal: Exempted, not really; cost of education goes up

    Bhopal: The government would like us to believe that the Goods and Services Tax (GST) has not affected the education sector – for the simple reason that it is not applicable to it. But the truth is that the GST has and will make imparting of and acquiring education costlier. And this how it will do in three ways.

  • Bhopal: Alcohol, tobacco addiction a growing concern: Yoga Guru HR Nagendra

    Bhopal: Expressing concerns over the growing menace of addiction to alcohol and tobacco products in the country, Yoga Guru HR Nagendra said that dependence on such substances has adversely affected mental and physical health of person and disturbed families in a multitude of ways — financially, emotionally and functionally.

  • Bhopal: Dignitaries share their ideas to boost happiness index in MP

    Bhopal: Materialistic achievements do not give inner happiness and peace, said Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan stating that government’s job though is to prepare such an infrastructure where basic needs of people are taken care of, but it also has to take required measures to increase the level of happiness among its citizens.