Free Press Journal
  • PM Narendra Modi urges youngsters to cast vote in Gujarat polls

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has encouraged people to turn out in record numbers in the Gujarat’s assembly polls and particularly urged the youngsters to cast their votes. The first of the two-phase polls in the state began at 8 a.m. on Saturday across 89 constituencies spread out in the 19 districts of Kutch, Saurashtra and southern regions.

  • Shahid Kapoor is broody and sharp with a bearded look on Elle Man cover!

    Shahid Kapoor is one of the most fashionable actors in the industry. The actor pulls off street style to formal style to athleisure with ease. In the last month, the actor has graced several covers and red carpets bringing his best fashion statement!

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    Ujjain: ALIMCO centre to be inaugurated by March 18

    Ujjain: An artificial limb manufacturing centre near Dewas road, being built by ALIMCO is expected to be inaugurated on March 18, 2018. ALIMCO will manufacture artificial limbs, accessories and instruments on a large scale here. This is ALIMCO’s second centre in the state.

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    Ujjain: Shaiv Mahotsav to be organised from Jan 5-7, preparations in full swing

    Ujjain: A three-day Shaiv Mahotsav will be organised by the Mahakaleshwar Temple Management Committee (MTMC) from January 5 to 7. Priests, management and officials of the twelve Jyotirlingas, as well as local scholars and social workers will take part in this congregation. Various committees have been given formed and given responsibilities to ensure smooth conduct of the programme.

  • Gujarat Assembly Elections 2017: 397 ‘crorepati’ candidates in fray for polls

    Ahmedabad: As many as 397 crorepati candidates are in the fray for the Gujarat assembly elections, an analysis of their election affidavits done by two NGOs has found. Of the total 1,828 candidates trying their luck in the two-phased Assembly polls, 1,098 nominees have passed class 12or below. Also, there are only 118 women candidates in the fray, according to the report by the Association forDemocratic Reforms (ADR) and Gujarat Election Watch

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    Indore: Crime Round Up: Mystery shrouds man’s death

    Indore: A 36-year-old man was found dead under mysterious circumstances near railway crossing below Manik Bagh Bridge in Juni Indore area on Thursday night. According to police, the deceased has been identified as Shahzad alias Gulla of South Toda. He was found dead by the cops near railway track in front of Vijay Palace Colony.

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    Indore: DAVV exempted from NAAC’s peer team inspection

    Indore: Having completed three cycles of accreditation from National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) would not have to face an inspection by peer team of the accreditation agency for reviewing its standards.  Rather, its assessment would be based on an online system wherein its self-study report (SSR) provided by the university to NAAC would be assessed on three parameters – qualitative, quantitative and students’ feedback.  “That’s the format

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    Indore: Free Press Cycling Initiative: Safety a major issue as there’s no tracks here: Rajput

    Indore: Staying humble, youthful and close to nature are some of the benefits 43-year-old scientific officer Vikas Rajput quotes along with his beautiful memories while talking about his love for cycling.  He is among few people who do not get swayed by fashion and society trends of switching over to treadmills and fancy cars for maintaining status. “I loved cycling in childhood and I never stopped, I do not see why I

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    Cricket umpire killed after tempo rams into scooter in Mumbai

    Mumbai, An umpire of the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA), and a chess enthusiast, Dr Prakash Vaze(67) died in a road accident at Mulund yesterday. Police said that the accident took place near Anandnagar checknaka (toll post) on the Eastern Express Highway around 1.15 pm.

  • UNSC members warn against US’ decision on Jerusalem

    United Nations: Members of the UN Security Council (UNSC) have criticised Washington’s decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and warned that it would raise tensions in the area even as Washington stood alone steadfastly defending its decision.

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    IIM-Indore discusses about sexual harassment at workplace

    Indore: As part of its endeavor of ensuring a safe, secure and gender neutral campus, Indian Institute of Management-Indore organised a workshop on ‘Prevention of sexual harassment at workplace’ on Thursday.  The session was conducted by psychologist Samriti Makkar Midha and advocate Sana Hakim. Both the experts also work with POSH at Work—an organization that believes sexual harassment at workplace causes mental and/or physical damage to the person harassed. It also curtails

  • Indore: Anti-profiteering application form of GST regime launched

    Indore: The Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC) released anti-profiteering application on Friday. Any customer can approach anti-profiteering committee with complaint of high price. The Anti-Profiteering Application Form (APAF – 1) is a component of the GST regime.

  • Indore: LKG girl accuses three women teachers of sexual abuse

    Indore: A girl student of LKG was sexually abused allegedly by three teachers of a prestigious school under the Chhatripura police station on Friday. Victim’s family members created a ruckus in the school and tried to manhandle a teacher. The police have registered a case against the three accused under Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act. The police are examining CCTV footage for evidence.

  • PAAS leader Dinesh Bambhania claims ‘fixing’ between Hardik Patel, Congress

    Ahmedabad: Hardik Patel’s key aide and senior member of Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti Dinesh Bambhania has alleged that the quota agitation spearhead’s support to the Congress party smacks of some kind of “fixing” between them. Bambhania yesterday said he could not understand why Patel was supporting the Congress party, despite it not clarifying how it would give reservation to the Patidar community if voted to power.

  • Bhopal: Hostels sans basic facilities leave students high and dry

    Bhopal: Keeping in view increasing number of students, hundreds of private hostels have cropped up in the city, however, most of them are running sans basic facilities In absence of healthy meals, proper hygiene and sanitation, the students are left high and dry.  While students grumble over unhygienic conditions prevailing at their hostels, they are bitter at the apathetic attitude of its owner, manager, warden and other staffs.