Free Press Journal
  • Protests continue over Cauvery issue in TN

    Chennai : Stirs, including rail blockades, by political parties and other outfits for setting up of the Cauvery Management Board (CMB) continued on Saturday in several parts of Tamil Nadu.

  • US must counter Chinese economic aggression: NSA

    Washington : The United States must compete to counter Chinese economic aggression, outgoing National Security Advisor Lt Gen HR McMaster has said.His comments came a day after China said it would take “comprehensive countermeasures” and fight “at any cost” US President Donald Trump’s directive to authorities to consider tariffs on USD 100-billion worth of Chinese products.

  • Pvt schools seek autonomy, Rs 2.5k grant for students

    Mumbai : Authorities of around 30,000 private unaided schools of 25 states marched to Delhi on Saturday under their campaign ‘Chalo Delhi.’ Schools of Maharashtra submitted various demands to the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) and Ministry of Human Resources and Development (MHRD) for improving state of schools.

  • Relative dupes man of Rs 14.5L on pretext of selling flat

    BHOPAL : A retired government official has filed a complaint against his relative who duped him to the tune of Rs 14.50 lakh in the name of a flat which the latter had promised to transfer in his name.

  • Failed Class 9 students to get a second chance

    Students of Class 9, who have failed, will have to appear for this re-exam in end of June 2018. They will have to reappear for only those subjects in which they fail.

  • Dhoni’s CSK back, with a bang

    Mumbai : West Indian all-rounder Dwayne Bravo almost single-handedly took Chennai Super Kings across the finishing line against champions of IPL’s last edition, Mumbai Indians, at the Wankhde stadium in their high voltage opening match of IPL 2018. Bravo hit a magnificent match-winning 30-ball 68 that included 3 fours and 7 massive hits over the ropes, to script CSK’s unbelievable victory.

  • Discrimination suit: Calls to make public Harvard’s admission data

    New York : The US Department of Justice has called for making public Harvard University’s admissions data after a lawsuit against the Ivy League institution alleged that it discriminated against Asian-Americans students in its admissions process for years.

  • Nitin David – A pioneer, for whom safety of life holds great value

    Ujjain : Many campaigns have been tested and re-tested in Ujjain city for traffic compliance. As it stands, every year the local administration chalks out a seemingly meticulous strategy demanding strict obedience from residents. However, like every year, efforts in this direction could not bring about desired results, as neither the citizens themselves nor administration is concerned about road safety and public life. But, here is a man working relentlessly to overcome

  • Paes creates world record in India’s stunning win

    Tianjin : Tennis icon Leander Paes became the most successful doubles player in the history of Davis Cup with a record 43rd win before young guns Ramkumar Ramanathan and Prajnesh Gunneswaran pulled off the must-win rubbers as India advanced to the World Group Play-offs with a sensational 3-2 win over China here.

  • Installation of aquarium at Governor House still pending with BU

    BHOPAL : The carelessness of the Barkatullah University can be understood by the fact that the proposal to build an aquarium in Governor House has been pending with Barkatullah University for four months.