Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Student union polls Stakes high as candidates file nominations today

    Indore: Academic activists would take a backseat in government and aided colleges on Saturday as the campuses here would see nominations for student unions polls, voting for which is going to take place on October 30. On Friday, both NSUI and ABVP spent the entire day deciding candidates for the class representative posts.

  • Indore: Man posing as army officer dupes many, held

    Indore: City crime branch arrested a person for posing as an army officer and duping people of crores of rupees in the name of providing them old army vehicles in cheap price. The accused resigned as a gunner in Indian Army few years ago and after that he picked up the business to earn quick money. The accused is being questioned further.

  • Indore: Hindustan is country of Hindus but it doesn’t exclude others: RSS chief

    Indore: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat on Friday said that Hindustan is a country of Hindus. All its residents are Hindu, irrespective of the religion they follow. “Whose country is Germany?…It’s a country of Germans, Britain is a country of Britishers, America is a country of Americans, and in the same way Hindustan is a country of Hindus. It does not mean that Hindustan is not the country of other

  • Indore: Students fight war of words on compelling issues

    Indore: Motivating students in voicing their opinion, Vidyasagar School organised a two-day ‘Intra-School Model United Nations Conference’ on the school premises in second half of the week. Students from VI to XII participated in the conference and talked about various contemporary issues at the event.

  • Indore: Nirbhaya Girls get stronger to defend self

    Indore: Looking at the importance of self confidence and defence for college students, Medi-Caps University organised ‘Nirbhaya’ a self defence workshop on the college campus during the week. More than 100 girls attended the workshop and learnt self defence techniques with enthusiasm.

  • Spanish PM dismisses Catalan government

    Madrid,Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Friday announced the immediate sacking of Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont and his government and called new elections in the region on December 21.

  • Indore: HC questions working and integrity of Index medical college

    Indore: Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court questioned the working and integrity of Index Medical College and Research Centre as the college “enhanced” practical marks of three MBBS students, who were declared fail, and sent the same to Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) for updating the results.

  • Indore: Geeta fails to recognise J’khand couple as parents

    Indore: Geeta, the speech-impaired Indian girl who returned 14 years after accidentally landing in Pakistan, on Friday reportedly didn’t recognise a couple from Jharkhand who had claimed that she was their daughter. She also failed to acknowledge Edhi Foundation of Karachi, where she had stayed for several years. Meanwhile, district administration said that DNA samples of the Jharkhand couple have been collected to verify their claim.

  • Daily Horoscope for Saturday, October 28, 2017

    Aries:- There will be gains through speculation. Trading and gambling will be profitable as luck is with you the only concern today is your health you are found of eating some tasty foods but today avoid junk food.

  • PV Sindhu, Kidambi Srikanth into semis of French Open Super Series

    Paris: Showcasing a dominant performance in badminton singles encounters, Indian star shuttlers P.V. Sindhu, Kidambi Srikanth and H S. Prannoy stormed into the semi-finals of the 325,000 dollars French Open Super series here on Friday. In women’s singles, Rio Olympics silver-medalist and second seeded P.V. Sindhu decimated China’s Chen Yufei 21-14, 21-14 to score a straight game victory in a match, which lasted over forty minutes.

  • Bhopal: A journey into Sachida Nagdev’s world

    Bhopal: Looking at the paintings of Sachida Nagdev is nothing less than travelling into the mind and heart of the painter. His drawings and oil paintings in harmonious colors reflect the emotions and feeling of the noted artist, who left for heavenly abode a few months ago.

  • Bhopal: Crossing Mata Mandir square is akin to risking one’s life: Residents

    Bhopal: The Mata Mandir square, one of the largest and one of busiest road crossings in city, poses threat to life. The road crossing receives traffic from MANIT, New Market, P&T square and BJP office. Bhopal Municipal Corporation office is also located in the area. A bulk of traffic passes through the rotary, which creates chaos, confusion and traffic jams as there are no traffic signals. Traffic policemen are also not deployed

  • Bhopal: I-T honchos know nothing of their junior’s letter

    Bhopal: P K Mishra, the Income Tax Officer (ITO) of Harda district has written a letter to the deputy director of the Krishi Upaj Mandi of the district saying that payment of up to Rs 50,000 in cash to the farmers in return for their produce would not be violative of the provisions of the Income Tax Act.

  • Bhopal: BJP biggies brainstorm on collecting documents to indict Scindia

    Bhopal: Top Bharatiya Janta Party leaders spent hours on Friday discussing party strategy’s for the forthcoming bye-polls in two assembly constituencies in Guna – the Lok Sabha constituency, which Congress MP Jyotiraditya Scindia represents. The discussions focused on how to target Scindia to win the polls.

  • Sunanda Pushkar case now depends on police report: Subramanian Swamy

    Mumbai: BJP leader Subramanian Swamy alleged that Sunanda Pushkar, wife of Shashi Tharoor, was killed as she was about to expose the wrongdoings of her husband in Indian Premier League (IPL). Swamy made this statement a day after Delhi High Court dismissed his plea probing into her death.

  • Bhopal: 12 PHE officials served notices over financial anomalies

    Bhopal: The Public Health Engineering department has issued notices to its 12 officers and one retired official in connection with financial irregularities in the execution of Bundelkhand Mitigation Package. A probe report submitted by the Chief Technical Examiner (CTE) has indicted 15 officers – three retired- for gross anomalies in implementation of rural drinking water supply scheme in the region.

  • Bhopal: State govts not making efforts for uplift of Divyang: Pandey

    Bhopal: The state governments are not serious on social and economic upliftment of differently abled people and still have miles to go to improve their lot, said department of empowerment of persons with disabilities (Divyangjan) chief commissioner Kamlesh Kumar Pandey.