Free Press Journal
  • Dynastic politics rules MBMC

    Bhayandar : Prime Minister Narendra Modi has on umpteen occasions lashed out at dynastic politics of the Congress and BJP national president Amit Shah has been boasting about the strong internal democratic set-up as one of the reasons behind BJP’s success.

  • ‘Spend time with children, teach them values’

    BHOPAL : “In some schools there is no play ground and if some have, encroachers have grabbed the land,” lamented CM Shivraj Singh while addressing the state-level ‘Mil Bache Madhya Pradesh’ programme at Samnvay Bhawan on Saturday.

  • No eco-friendly immersion this time as MBMC drops artificial ponds idea

    Taking a cue from their Pune counterparts, last year the MBMC had introduced Jal Abhishek,  a unique environment-friendly technology which involves mixing of ammonium bi-carbonate (baking powder) with water to dissolve idols made of plaster of paris.

  • India eye series win, Sri Lanka seek revival

    Pallekele (Sri Lanka) : Having already secured a 2-0 lead, India will look to seal the series against Sri Lanka in the third of five-match One-Day International (ODI) series at the Pallekele International Cricket Stadium here on Sunday.

  • Jaitley pushes for cashless economy to check crime

    Bengaluru : As crime, corruption and graft thrive on the use of cash, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday hoped the country would move from using less cash to eventually a cashless economy to benefit from digital transactions.

  • Swine flu infects 17 patients, toll 3

    Indore : With one more swine flu death reported in city on Friday, death toll of the dreaded disease reached three on Saturday. Meanwhile, after one more patient tested positive of swine flu on Saturday, the total number of affected patients rose to 17 in city.

  • Brathwaite holds firm as Anderson eyes 500 club

    Leeds : West Indies opener Kraigg Brathwaite struck a defiant unbeaten fifty after James Anderson moved to within sight of becoming the first England bowler to take 500 Test wickets at Headingley on Saturday.

  • Rail stations major source of noise pollution: Study

    Mumbai : Honking local trains and announcements at railway stations are major sources of noise pollution in the city, revealed a study by a non-profit organization.

  • Aadhar card

    Deadline to link Aadhaar with PAN is Aug 31 August

    New Delhi : All tax payers in the country will have to link their PAN with Aadhaar by the stipulated deadline, which is Aug 31. This is because the Supreme Court verdict on privacy has no bearing on the requirement, UIDAI CEO Ajay Bhushan Pandey said on Friday.

  • Arrested gang admits to four more chain snatching

    Indore : Three women thieves, who were arrested by crime branch on Friday, admitted stealing gold chains from four places in Sarafa area during interrogation on Saturday.

  • Unique initiative to help cancer patients

    Chai for Cancer : The initiative is a first of its kind in Indore. According to the concept, generous citizens would gather at an ‘adda’ in presence of representatives of the programme, and while discussing cancer and related topics, spread awareness and also contribute funds for providing better treatment to needy.

  • Hamilton equals Schumacher record

    Spa-Francorchamps (Belgium) : Lewis Hamilton roared to a record-equalling 68th career pole position on Saturday, matching Michael Schumacher’s record in qualifying for the Belgian Grand Prix.