Free Press Journal
  • Ujjain: Anant Chaturdashi procession carrying forward old tradition of tableaux display

    Ujjain: The last day of Ganesh festival traditionally ends with display of colourful tableaux made by various government departments and social and religious organisations. Taking the tradition forward, the tableaux procession will be carried out on Tuesday night in which over 10 tableaux depicting various mythological stories and spreading awareness messages will be showcased.

  • 5 Bollywood celebrities who were teachers before they made it big

    India is celebrating Teachers day today, so on this day many famous teachers are remembered. Even school and colleges have Teachers day function were children give gifts and perform for the Teachers. Our Bollywood has great history and we have a great actors who were teachers before they became famous, they had regular jobs just like us – and that includes teaching! So with back to school just around the corner, we

  • Indore: Four months after exams, varsity detects mass copying

    Indore: A case of mass copying by law students surfaced nearly four months after exams got over when a committee constituted by Devi Ahilya
    Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) to probe into the allegations of poor evaluation went through answer books. Taken aback by word-towards same answering by nearly 200 students who were allocated same exam centre, the committee instead recommended for action against those found indulged in mass copying and those ‘allowed’ the malpractice at

  • US Open 2017: Del Potro beats Thiem to set up Federer match

    New York: Juan Martin del Potro shrugged off sickness to save two match points and defeat Dominic Thiem in a five-set US Open epic on Monday to book a quarter-final showdown with five-time champion Roger Federer.

  • Indore: Customs dept to end supervised sealing of containers from October

    Indore: The customs department is all set to bring in a revolutionary reform in export sector by introducing Radio Frequency Identification
    (RFID) system from October 1. Exporters will be allowed to carry out self-sealing / stuffing / esealing by using RFID. It is believed that this measure will virtually end smuggling. The new system will benefit large number of exporters of Pithmapur and the region. Following a big-bang reform in indirect taxes, including

  • US Open 2017: Rohan Bopanna bows out of mixed doubles

    New York: In a major jolt to India’s campaign at the ongoing US Open, Rohan Bopanna and his Canadian partner Gabriela Dabrowski crashed out of the tournament after suffering defeat against New Zealand-Chinese pair of Hao-Ching Chan and Michael Venus in the mixed doubles quarter-final event on Monday.

  • Indore: With lots of love to teachers of life

    Indore: Failure is often of the best teachers that not only makes us strong but imparts the lesson of humility, generosity and kindness. While students are all set to thank their teachers in schools with gifts, chocolates, cards and games, grown-ups feel nostalgic at the idea. From instilling moral values to pinpointing flaws, teaching is a role that is played by friends, parents, nature and situations. Feeling gratitude and working on a

  • Shiv Sena attacks UP Govt over deaths of children in Gorakhpur, Farrukhabad

    New Delhi: Coming down heavily on Yogi Adityanath-led Uttar Pradesh Government over the deaths of more than 100 children in state government-run hospitals, the Shiv Sena, in an editorial in the party’s mouthpiece ‘Saamna’, on Tuesday criticised termed the incidents as case of ‘a spree of children’s homicide’.

  • First poster of Sushant and Sara’s Kedarnath gives major hints about the plot

    The second poster of Sushant Singh Rajput and Sara Ali Khan’s ‘Kedarnath’ is out and is as intriguing as the first poster. ‘Kedarnath’ goes on the floor yesterday and to make the occasion special, the makers released the poster. The second poster is just like the previous one is spiritual in nature.

  • Lows bother me only when bank balance is reducing: Manoj Bajpayee

    Lonavala: Critically acclaimed actor Manoj Bajpayee won his first National award for the film “Satya” and since then has worked in a number of films where some worked well but some went unnoticed. However, Manoj says that these slumps don’t bother him until it starts effecting his bank balance.

  • Indore: Four years after murder, cops solve case, nab three

    Indore: With the arrest of three persons, city crime branch on Monday claimed to have solved the murder case of a vegetable vendor near Bengali Square four years ago. The main accused, who is on the run, killed the youth by imitating the action of an actor in a movie over a petty issue. Police have launched a manhunt for him. On the instruction of DIG Harinarayanachari Mishra, ASP (crime) Amarendra Singh

  • See Photos: Priyanka Chopra visits Dilip Kumar, Saira Banu

    Mumbai: Actress Priyanka Chopra, who keeps juggling between her life in India and the US, took some time out from her busy schedule to spend with ailing veteran actor Dilip Kumar and his wife Saira Banu. She says it was “lovely”.

  • Why money alone can’t solve the problem…

    Despite huge investments by the government and social enterprises, India’s education sector continues to be a story of poor learning outcomes and inadequate quality. What lessons can we learn from our experiments so far? Numbers related to Indian education sector are mind-boggling. With more than 1.5 million schools (1.1 million of them run by the government) and more than 250 million students enrolled in them, the country’s K-12 (kindergarten (K) – 12th

  • Look for solutions within

    When I took over as Secretary of Education, I received plenty of advice on how education should be managed in this country. I had one question for them. Why did not the change take place for so many years? I realised that we were looking for solutions outside of India but not in our homeland. So, I decided to travel to over 20 states to understand what the problems were. And to

  • GST return filing deadline extended till September 10

    New Delhi: The government has extended the deadline for filing the GST sales return — GSTR-1 — which was to expire on Tuesday, for another five days till September 10, according to an official announcement.