Free Press Journal
  • Renting furniture is a good option for ones who are continuously moving residency

    Moving cities or a change to match your taste, some things are worth spending for as Pritha Banerjee discovers more and more people are opting to rent furniture than owning them

    Does your job expect you to move from city to city? Or you just love the change of place. But why to spend extra on movers to carry furniture that you might not need for a long run? So that,

  • Mahashivratri preparations reviewed by collector, SP

    Ujjain : Collector Sanket Bhondve and superintendent of police Sachin Atulkar took a review meeting of worship arrangements for Mahashivaratri in meeting hall of police control room. In the meeting, the collector gave clear instructions that a no vehicle zone should be strictly enforced  during the festival. He said that even his vehicle should be stopped at Begum Baag.

  • Modi’s backward-looking thought led to note ban, says Rahul Gandhi

    Hospet : Attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his recent Parliament speech accusing the Congress of yearning an “old India” of scams, Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Saturday said Modi’s “backward-looking” thought led to note ban.

  • As developers & activists Fight, Aarey tribals suffer silently

    “We can clearly see the ulterior motive behind destroying the Aarey Colony green cover. The state government will directly benefit from the contracts they sell on the Aarey land. Under the blanket of development the government feels it can do anything unquestioned,” said Prakash Bhoir, an Aarey resident living in Ketlipada.

  • Koreas make history

    Sweden’s Charlotte Kalla wins first gold in Skiathlon.

  • 2 bike-borne youths throw acid on girls in Dhindori

    Bhopal : Two masked motorcycle-borne youths threw acid on two girl students in area under the jurisdiction of Gadasarai police station in Dhindori on Saturday. The victims, students of class XII, were on way to write pre-board examination when the incident took place.

  • Rs 20k tax deducted from salaries leaves city resident doctors shocked

    The Maharashtra Association of Resident Doctors (MARD) has claimed that the civic body has deducted TDS from the resident doctors’ stipend without giving them a proper break up. The Deputy Municipal Commissioner of the civic health department, Sunil Dhamne, has said that they took the step as the stipend falls under tax rule.

  • Jaish ultras attack Army camp, kill 2

    Terrorists entered family accommodation complex; Ops to continue till ‘all terrorists apprehended or killed’ .

  • Chidambaram

    Chidu says economy going downward

    New Delhi : Congress leader P Chidambaram on Saturday took a swipe at the NDA government for claiming that the growth rate was better in its rule, saying it was lower than UPA’s 10 years average and was going downward.

  • Dhawan slams ton in 100th ODI

    Johannesburg : Opener Shikhar Dhawan made his 100th One-Day International appearance a memorable one, slamming a breezy century to guide India to 289 for seven in the fourth match against South Africa here on Saturday.

  • Seminar to create awareness on GST, capital market held

    Ujjain : An awareness seminar on GST, capital market and company secretary course, organised by Indore chapter of ICSI and Lokmanya Tilak Science and Commerce College (Ujjain Study Centre) was held at Hotel Ujjayini on Saturday.

  • ’30% cases completely curable but lack of awareness a hurdle’

    EXPERTSPEAK: As per the estimate, 1 out of every 100-200 person in India suffers from epilepsy, yet most of us have only a hazy idea of what it is. The major problem with epilepsy in our country is late detection of the disease. By the time the severity is gauged, the patient would have become an adult with serious complications,

  • Australia hammers England by 7 wkts

    Melbourne : Australia cruised to a seven- wicket victory over England with more than five overs to spare to remain unbeaten after three games in the triangular Twenty20 series, here on Saturday.