Free Press Journal
  • Union Cabinet gives nod to bill to seize assets of fugitive offenders

    New Delhi: Cracking down on economic offenders who flee the country after committing frauds, the union cabinet on Thursday approved a bill for confiscation of properties of these fugitives and also gave its clearance to set up an authority to oversee auditing standards of large companies.

  • INX Media case: CBI to question former finance minister P Chidambaram

    After special court on Thursday gave the CBI custody of Karti Chidambaram, for questioning till March 6 in the INX Media alleged bribery case, now it has emerged that the CBI will soon question Former finance minister and senior Congress leader P. Chidambaram in connection with INX Media case, reported the New Indian Express.

  • Holi colours

    Holi 2018: Telly celebs set to spread the colours of joy!

    The Hindu festival of Holi marks the end of winter and beginning of spring. It is also the day to forgive enemies and let go of grudges. People around are excited about playing with colours and enjoy the festival. Telly celebs too gears up for the celebrations.

  • Renuka Shahane, Secret behind Renuka Shahane's wait, 3 storeys, Renuka Shahane in 3 storeys,

    What’s the secret behind Renuka Shahane’s wait?

    While Renuka Shahane‘s first look grabbed eyeballs over the time the narrative behind her character is creating intrigue. Renuka’s character has a back story, glimpses of which are seen in the trailer and the new video the makers has released. It was also revealed that her character is been inspired by a Goan lady.

  • US makes new push for UN Syria chemical weapons probe

    United Nations: The United States is asking the UN Security Council to set up a new inquiry of chemical weapons attacks in Syria following reports of suspected chlorine use in Eastern Ghouta, according to a draft resolution. The US push to establish the new panel comes three months after Russia killed off a previous UN-led investigation by vetoing the renewal of its mandate, arguing that the probe was flawed.

  • Nagaland: Re-polling in 11 polling stations to be held today

    Kohima (Nagaland): Re-polling in 11 booths will be spread across nine assembly constituencies on Friday, the Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Nagaland announced. The nine constituencies, where the re-polling is to be held, are Tamlu, Peren, Kohima Town, Chizami, Phek, Meluri, Tizit, Pungro-Kiphire and Llongkhim-Chare.

  • President Ram Nath Kovind greeted citizens on the festival of Holi

    New Delhi: President Ram Nath Kovind on Friday greeted fellow citizens on the festival of Holi and prayed for peace, joy and prosperity in everyone’s lives. President Kovind took to Twitter and said “Greetings and best wishes to fellow citizens on the auspicious occasion of Holi. The festival of colours, Holi is a celebration of harmony in our society. May it bring peace, joy and prosperity to everyone’s lives.” (sic)

  • Google marks festival of Holi with colourful doodle

    New Delhi:  The Google Doodle marked the festival of Holi that is being celebrated across India and especially North India on Friday. The Google itself is designed to depict various colourful people dancing to the beats of the drums which is a significant element of the festivities. It further defines Holi as “a Hindu spring festival celebrated in some northern states of the Indian subcontinent, also known as the ‘festival of colours’”.

  • Indore: Wish overzealous Holi revellers stopped harassing women

    Indore: With its extravagant colours and charm, Holi is indeed a festival full of fun that both men and women of all age groups celebrate in their own way. While some enjoy the festival by splashing colours, others prefer varied dishes to light up the spirit.

  • Indore: Crime branch arrested two persons for online fraud

    Indore: Two persons were arrested by crime branch in connection with online fraud on Thursday. The accused had created a page of a fake company on Facebook and were luring people to buy branded garments. ASP (crime) Amarendra Singh said that we had received a complaint that there were some persons from the city as well involved in the online fraud.

  • Indore: ICAR scientists seek revised pay, stage silent protest

    Indore: A silent protest was staged by agriculture scientists against delay in the implementation of 7th Pay Commission UGC package at Indore-based Indian Institute of Soybean Research of Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) on Thursday.

  • Beating Stress: Keep calm, it’s just an exam

    Indore: Preparing for board examination is not as difficult as handling stress and anxiety that begins since the release of timetables and continues till results are declared. With their own unique ways, students counter the stress that often runs high due to stressed parents.

  • Indore: 19,000 applications against 3000 assistant professor vacancies

    Indore: Nearly 19,000 candidates have so far applied for assistant professor’s exam to be conducted by Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) after a gap of 25 years. March 1 was the last date to apply for nearly 3000 vacant teaching posts in government colleges across the state, but the MPPSC on Friday extended the last date to March 15.