Free Press Journal
  • Now, book coaches, spl trains online

    New Delhi : Need coaches for a marriage party or a religious tour? Now, it can be done online, according to instructions issued by the railway board. According to a circular by the Railway Board, booking of special trains, coaches, saloons on full tariff rate (FTR) shall now be booked through a “single window booking system” of the Indian Railway Tourism and Catering Corporation (IRCTC). “Henceforth, any individual or party seeking to

  • Muslim women to take out rally against triple talaq bill

    BHOPAL : Women wing of All India Muslims Personal Law Board (AIMPB) will hand over a memorandum to Governor addressed to President against triple talaq bill. The Muclim women will take out rally at Neelam Park on February 20 and thereafter hand over the memorandum to the Governor Anandiben Patel.

  • US charges 13 Russians with meddling in prez polls

    Washington : Thirteen Russian nationals and three Russian companies have been indicted for interfering in the 2016 US presidential election through social media propaganda.

  • Indian Eves gear up for twin glory against SA

    Johannesburg : The Indian women are on the cusp of setting a rare benchmark for their male counterparts as they eye a maiden double series win on South African soil when they take on the hosts in the third Twenty20 International here today.

  • MMRDA to finalise project report for Virar-Alibaug multi-modal corridor

    Mumbai : The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) is in the process of finalizing the Detailed Project Report (DPR) for the Virar- Alibaug Multi-Modal corridor. The corridor will have an eight lane highway and a metro line which would be constructed in two phases.

  • Contractor duped of Rs 2.59 lakh

    BHOPAL : A 42-year-old contractor in the city was duped to the tune of Rs 2.59 lakh by a conman who through fake chequebook got the amount transferred to his account in Allahabad district of Uttar Pradesh. The accused had also forged his signatures on the cheque. According to Jahangirabad police, the complainant Mukesh Bansal is a resident of Arera colony and has an account in Bank of Baroda here. The accused

  • Lack of funds forcing city colleges to try alternate methods to survive

    The colleges’ financial crisis has compelled the institutions to raise capital by seeking donations from trusts, organisations and donors, hiring teachers on temporary basis, working with limited faculty, increasing fees of some courses, introducing self-financing courses, charging exorbitant fees for unaided courses and using the fees of these courses to pay off salaries of faculty of aided courses.

  • Students felicitated, sapling plantation held

    Ujjain: Students felicitation and sapling plantation programmes were held under ‘Pt Deendayal Upadhyay Alpkaleen Vistarak Yojana.’ The programme was organised at Bhartiya Gyanpeeth College on Saturday. District BJP head Iqbalsingh Gandhi, district general secretary Suresh Giri, Ashvin Parihar, Prabhulal Jatwa, Deepak Belani, manager Manoj Nagdev, corporator Premlata Bandwal and Amrita Kulshreshtha were present on this occasion. This information was provided by Mamta Bandwal.

  • Have identified areas which need improvement: Kohli

    Centurion : India captain Virat Kohli is not ready to bask in the glory of a 5-1 ODI series win against South Africa as he has already “identified areas” which require improvement going forward to the next year’s World Cup.

  • Cylinder bursts inside flat, all escape unhurt

    BHOPAL: Residents of a multistorey building at Vajpayee Nagar area had a narrow escape after a cooking cylinder exploded in one of the flats there on Saturday evening.

  • BJP workers clean Nanakheda police station

    Ujjain : BJP Deendayal Mandal officers and executives cleaned up Nanakheda police station on Saturday, under the Swachhta mission.

  • State gives engg and  tech students a leg-up

    Maha govt signs 21 MoUs with firms to include industry connect and give students an opportunity to work on field and gain hands-on ground level exposure.