Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai University: 4,000 students await revaluation results

    Mumbai: Over 4,529 students have been waiting for their revaluation results for the last four months. The Mumbai University (MU) has now assured that these results will be announced by the next weekend, for which a special drive has been initiated to complete the rechecking of these answer scripts. Over 80,721 students applied for revaluation this year of which the university has completed revaluation of 76,192 answer scripts.

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    Ujjain: Pilgrims killed in Tamil Nadu bus accident laid to rest

    Ujjain: The bodies of four pilgrims who died in a road accident on January 17 on their way to Kanyakumari from Madurai were brought to the city on Thursday night. Their funeral procession was held on Friday and was attended by a large number of people from the Sindhi community and others.

  • Tension grips among people living close to Jammu and Kashmir’s border

    Jammu: Tension gripped people living close to the international border and the Line of Control (LoC) on Saturday in the Jammu region as authorities ordered closure of schools there. “All schools within five km radius of the LoC and the international border shall remain closed for three days,” officials of the provincial administration said here.  Four persons including two troopers and two civilians were killed on Friday in widespread ceasefire violation by Pakistan

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    Ujjain: Chief secretary holds divisional review meeting of revenue affairs

    Ujjain: Chief secretary (CS) Basant Pratap Singh held a review meeting of revenue officials of Ujjain division at the Simhasth Fair Authority office in two sessions here, on Friday. He said, “Ujjain division is now on top in resolving revenue cases which was not the case the last time the meeting was held.” Praising the work done by collectors and other revenue officials of all the districts under the leadership of divisional

  • Padmaavat row: FIR filed after advocate Harish Salve gets life threat

    New Delhi: The Delhi police on Friday registered an FIR against unknown person for threatening senior advocate Harish Salve. Salve, who represented the producer of Padmaavat in Supreme Court, had earlier alleged that he had received life threats over phone.

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    Mumbai: Kamala Mills owner had set up eateries in IT office space

    Mumbai: The probe report submitted by civic commissioner Ajoy Mehta to Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Thursday cites fraudulent practices adopted by Ramesh Govani, the owner of the Kamala Mills compound. The report states that the owner and the architect had secured approvals from the building proposal department of the BMC for a kitchen and dining area meant for the staff of Information Technology offices. Instead, Govani and the architect fraudulently used them

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    Padmaavat row: State’s job to protect, not ours, says Supreme Court

    New Delhi: Even as the Karni Sena and other Rajput outfits are talking of taking ‘Padmaavat” to the people’s court, a fresh abortive attempt was made by a lawyer in the Supreme Court on Friday to get the Censor board’s certificate to it withdrawn. Advocate Manohar Lal Sharma, who is in the  habit of filing a PIL at the drop of a coin, wanted an urgent hearing to stop the slated pan-India screening

  • Indore: Schools to observe strike on Jan 23

    Indore: The Association of Unaided Schools will observe strike on January 23 in protest against inspections of school buses by the administration and other new rules.

  • French Ptesident Macron, German Chancellor Merkel show unity to push eurozone reforms

    Paris: French President Emmanuel Macron and visiting German Chancellor Angela Merkel showed their unity, justifying their common efforts to come out with joint position on the single-currency bloc’s reforms. “What I can simply say is that the ambition we carry can not come alone and that it needs to be combined with the German ambition,” Macron told reporters on Friday, Xinhua news agency reported.

  • Indore: Little Flower HS School students gearing up for competition

    Indore: Students of Little Flower HS School are eagerly waiting to paint their imaginations at ‘On the spot painting competition’ organised by the leading English daily of Central India Free Press in association with DHL Infrabulls powered by ‘needbags’. Students of different age groups are invited to take part in teh competition to be held on Sunday (January 21, 2018 at 9:30 am) at Free Press campus, 3/54, Press Complex, AB Road.

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    Indore: ‘Finance and Management Fun day’ held at DCBS

    Indore: Daly College Business School (DCBS) organised one-day ‘Finance and Management Fun day’ in the college premises on Friday. Inviting former students, it was a connecting event for alumnus and freshers. Stock market and portfolio games, tug-of-war and obstacle challenge, Bollywood quiz and antakshari, brand mime show and one minute games were organised during the day-long event.

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    Constructing toilets anywhere under the guise of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is illegal, says Bombay High Court

    Mumbai: In an embarrassing turn to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s cleanliness campaign, the Bombay High Court on Friday said constructing toilets anywhere under the guise of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is illegal. These observations of the court have come in response to the stand of the Union government that it can construct toilets without obtaining permissions, to implement the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.

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    Indore: Map of influence area of Ahilya Bai state, idols found

    Indore: Divisional Commissioner Sanjay Dubey and Indore Municipal Commissioner Manish Singh inspected the restoration and development work going on under Smart City Mission at Gopal Mandir and Banke Bihari temple in Rajwada area on Friday.

  • US President Donald Trump addresses anti-abortion march via video

    Washington: US President Donald Trump addressed through video thousands of anti-abortion activists gathered in Washington to take part in the 45th annual March for Life. Trump spoke from the White House Rose Garden on Friday and marchers watched on giant screens set up on the National Mall.

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    Padmaavat – A learning experience for all filmmakers

    The film Padmaavat (earlier named Padmavati) has taught all filmmakers and others concerned with the Film Industry that the fundamental right guaranteed under Article 19(1)(a) (freedom of expression) of the Constitution of India are well protected and cannot be compromised easily by anyone, even if the state governments oppose it. Also the filmmakers have observed the fact that once the Central Board of Film Certification has cleared a film for public

  • Indore: Man held for duping people in the name of lottery

    Indore: Police arrested a prime accused of a gang, which was involved in duping several people in the name of lottery, on Friday. He used to dupe people over phone using name of various telecom companies. The accused is being questioned about his other accomplices in the crime.

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    Indore: Decks cleared for Aero City at airport

    Indore: Friday proved lucky for city airport as decks were cleared for development of an aero city, equipped with convention centre, budget hotel and green landscape, on 28 acres that would soon be handed over to Airport Authority of India (AAI) by district administration.

  • Indore: AAI hopeful of rise in revenue generation

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar Airport will soon boast of world-class facilities including an aero city on the line of Delhi airport. The aero city will comprise of convention centre, budget hotel along with two entry and two exit gates and a multi-level parking.

  • Indore: MP Basketball Association office-bearers in legal trouble

    Indore: MP Basketball Association chairman Bhagwanti Sharma, secretary Kulwinder Singh Gill and the then treasurer Ritu Sharma have landed into a legal trouble as a local court has taken up a case of embezzlement against them.