Free Press Journal
  • Team Modi for 2019 Lok Sabha polls will take charge from today

    New Delhi : Aiming to get his party battle-ready for the 2019 general elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will undertake a massive revamp of the Union Cabinet on Sunday morning. Nine new ministers, including former IFS officer Hardeep Puri, ex-Mumbai Police chief

  • High Court ticks off state and BMC for Mumbai flooding

    Mumbai : While dealing with a PIL on the death of one of the city’s most well-known gastroenterologist, who fell into an open manhole during the recent flooding, the Bombay High Court on Friday also came down heavily on the BMC and the state government for not doing enough to improve Mumbai’s infrastructure.

  • MBMC, Bhayandar, MBMC budget, Dengue, fight against Dengue, MBMC budget amount

    Scientists can predict dengue spread

    London : Scientists have developed a system that can predict the spread of dengue in different parts of India based on climatic factors, an advance that may help take preventive measures against the deadly infection.

  • Another whitewash of Lanka?

    Dominant Team India eye ODI clean sweep after their 3-0 success in the Test matches

  • High alert to check disease outbreak post the deluge

    Mumbai : After heavy rains lashed the city on August 29, civic health officials began issuing warnings to Mumbaikars on the risk of contracting water-borne diseases and infections, especially typhoid, leptospirosis, hepatitis, and gastroenteritis.

  • People celebrate Eid with fervour

    Indore : Starting with various rituals, members of the Muslim community in the city gathered at nearby mosques and celebrated Eid al-Adha with fervour.

  • Of 290 colleges under DAVV, merely 42 accredited to NAAC

    Indore : With Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya showing no interest in implementing norms laid down by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), colleges under its jurisdiction continue to operate without accreditation from  NAAC even when obtaining it is a must.

  • Huge irregularities in construction of 350 stop dams detected

    BHOPAL : Huge irregularities have detected in construction of 350 stop dams under Bundelkhand mitigation package. The chief technical examiner (CTE) has found the irregularities in the constructions done by rural engineering services (RES). The work started in 2010 and is almost over.

  • We need to work on mental aspect of game: Avishka Gunawardene

    Colombo : Sri Lanka batting coach Avishka Gunawardene says the confidence level of the team is very low after being drubbed by India in the ODIs and emphasised that his players need to work on the mental aspect of the game.

  • ‘IPL media rights auction could be historic’

    The notable companies that have picked up tender document are Star India, Amazon Seller Services, Followon Interactive Media, Taj TV India, Sony Pictures Networks, Times Internet, Supersport International, Reliance Jio Digital, Gulf DTH FZ LLC, GroupM Media, beIN, Econet Media, SKY UK, ESPN Digital Media, BTG Legal Services, BT PLC, Twitter, Facebook Inc, BamTech, YuppTV, Discovery, Oath (Yahoo), Airtel, DAZN Perform Group.

  • Thane limps back to normal after Aug 29 flood, loss assessment starts

    Thane : Thane city too received heavy rainfall on August 29 and suffered a huge loss. Intensity of the rain though was less in the morning of that day, it increased after 4pm and received over 148 mm of rainfall in two hours, between 4pm and 6pm. Water suddenly began to enter homes of people. who were caught unawares and barely had time to save their belongings. Most houses had water logged

  • Now, Dial 100 on WhatsApp too

    BHOPAL: Dial 100 service of state police will now be available on WhatsApp as well. The service can be used in emergency situations when making a call becomes difficult.

  • Three model answers of online DET found incorrect

    Indore : The Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) on Saturday admitted that three answers figured in model answer sheets for online doctoral entrance test (DET) for management and commerce subjects were incorrect and added that it has set the things right.

  • Not now for sure, Says James Anderson

    London : England pace spearhead James Anderson believes he can continue playing international cricket until he is in his 40s and ruled out any possibilities of retiring after the upcoming Ashes later this year.

  • Indian Air force says no to Gen V Russia-made fighter jets

    New Delhi : The Indian Air Force (IAF) wants the government to junk a Rs 2 lakh crore deal with Russia for buying 127 fifth generation fighter aircraft, pointing out their “very high cost.” It doesn’t want them also because their maintenance cost will be very high alike the maintenance and upkeep of the Sukhoi-30 planes in the last 20 years.

  • Priyanka Das new BMC commissioner

    BHOPAL : Commissioner of Bhopal Municipal Corporation Chavvi Bhardawj will the new managing director of MP Tourism Development Corporation. The state government has transferred two IAS officers on Saturday. Collector Tikamgarh Priyanka Das will be the new BMC commissioner.

  • DET question papers only in English, advocate cries foul

    Indore : An advocate has lodged a complaint with Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) claiming that question papers of some particular subjects of doctoral entrance test (DET) were only in English language while papers of rest subjects were bilingual.

  • City to bid eco-friendly adieu to Bappa

    BHOPAL : The festival season is back and some of the festivals involve ‘idol immersion’ in water bodies as the celebrations finale. Beautifully carved and decorated idols are immersed into water bodies like rivers, ponds and lakes with prayers for success, happiness and peace. Two such festivals that involve idol immersion are – ‘Ganesh Chaturthi’, dedicated to Lord Ganesha and ‘Durga Puja’, dedicated to Goddess Durga.