Free Press Journal
  • BU hostellers stage sit-in against inadequate water supply

    Bhopal: Inmates of Sanjay Gandhi Hostel of Barkatullah University staged a sit-in in front of the university admin block, Satya Bhawan to protest water scarcity in the boarding facility on Friday.

  • Explosions rock Syrian capital as Donald Trump announces strikes

    Beirut: Loud explosions rocked Syria’s capital and filled the sky with heavy smoke early today after US President Donald Trump announced airstrikes in retaliation for the country’s alleged use of chemical weapons. Syrian air defences responded to the joint strikes by the United States, France and Britain.

  • Indore: Student’s ragging complaint is fake, says dean of Agriculture college  

    Indore: A probe by Indore College of Agriculture into a ragging complaint has found the allegations to be baseless. However, the college has taken action against six students who were named in the complaint.  “The students breached discipline. We are also taking action against the complainant for lodging false complaint of ragging,” said college dean V K Swarnkar.

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    OMG! Is Salman Khan starrer ‘Race 3’ running behind schedule?

    Salman Khan recently made headlines after his conviction, imprisonment and subsequent bail in the 1998 blackbuck poaching case. But while the entire nation was on tenterhooks anticipating the final verdict, Bollywood was fast trying to figure out a way to ensure that minimum losses were suffered, as a lot of money is riding on Salman Khan. Well, now we hear that the currently underproduction film

  • Indore: Airtel records highest speed in TRAI speed test

    Indore: In the TRAI’s special drive test conducted in the city, Airtel’s 4G speed recorded 8.7 Mbps, fastest among all telecom operators. Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) had conducted five-day special drive test in the in the city from October 9-13 last year for 600 kilometres to judge the speed of  4G services of all the 4G service providers.

  • Indore: 4 including woman held for duping investors

    Indore: The city crime branch police on Friday arrested four persons including a woman for duping people in the name of ensuring rich dividends to them on investment in stock market. The woman worked as an executive who guided the clients for investing in stock market. Two of her accomplices are on the run.

  • Cops shot dead man randomly attacking group of workers outside German bakery

    Germany: The German state police on Friday shot dead a man accused of randomly attacking a group of workers outside a German bakery at Fulda. According to reports, the police, in a statement said that they responded to a distress call made at around 4:30 am (local time) informing of a man launching random attacks on the people assembled near the Frankfurt Street.

  • Mumbai: Sanrakshan centre for trafficking, POCSO victims inaugurated in Mankhurd

    Mumbai: Maharashtra State Commission for the Protection of Child Rights inaugurated new Sanrakshan Kendra – survivor care centre on Friday. The Sanrakshan Kendra has been established by the Women and Child Development Office, Mumbai Suburban, in partnership with International Justice Mission (IJM) at the Shaskiye Mulinche Vishesh Punarvasan Kendra in Mankhurd.

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    Awww! Shahid Kapoor can’t stop smiling after seeing Misha and here’s why

    Shahid Kapoor is a brilliant actor and indulgent husband but first, he is a doting dad. Shahid’s life has changed 360 degrees after he became a dad to Misha. When he is not shooting, he is busy spending time with his toddler and wife Mira. Both Shahid and Mira have strong opinion about parenting about parenting and at times are extremely radical but it is equally true

  • IIT Indore develops new dye to track lysosomes

    Indore: Scientists at Indian Institute of Technology, Indore, have developed L-lyso—a new water soluble, fluorescent dye, which can permeate the membranes of lysosomes, marking them for future tracking and imaging. This has been reported on website,

  • Thane: Poor people denied ration for no Aadhaar link

    Thane: The Aadhaar link to ration card has completely failed, the fact was disclosed in the meeting of the rationing officers, shopkeepers, ration card holders and NCP MLA in Thane on Thursday.

  • Indore: DAVV seeks 10 times  hike in block grant

    Indore: Citing a huge gap in government grant and its expenditure, the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) has sought an increase in annual block grant by more than 10 times. In a letter address to the Department of Higher Education (DHE), the DAVV has said that its annual expenditure is more than Rs 250 crore whereas the government gives merely Rs 6 crore block grant for running the university.

  • Indore: Penalty imposed under E-way bill provisions

    Indore: The supply of goods or services without issuance of invoice or false invoice and transport of any taxable goods without the cover of documents will attract penalty of Rs 10,000 or amount equivalent to tax evaded, whichever is higher.

  • CDR Case: Thane Crime branch seeks details from mobile operators

    Mumbai: The Thane crime branch have come across additional 100 mobile numbers in connection with the Call Detail Records (CDR) scam. The police have sought the details from mobile network operators since they suspect that other Bollywood high profile names could crop up during investigation.

  • Indore: Workshop on cyber awareness organised at Aurobindo Institute

    Indore: The 270th workshop on cyber awareness campaign under ‘Black Ribbon Initiative’ was organised at Sri Aurobindo Institute of Allied Health and Paramedical Sciences, on Friday. As many as 284 students and faculty attended the workshop to know the safe use of internet to avoid cyber crimes.

  • Thane Municipal Corporation to act tough on societies that violate garbage mgmt

    Thane: It has been a while since Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) has undertaken waste segregation awareness drive. Despite this awareness only 10 per cent of housing societies have shown the interest waste sgregation and garbage management. Majority of 90 per cent societies in Thane have not even bothered to be a part of this ambitious project and even gone ahead to warn TMC they will not pay their taxes. The Corporation has

  • Ujjain: BJP’s party flag breaks turret of tower

    Ujjain: A turret of the Tower supporting the iron pipes and angles installed to hoist the BJP’s flag on its foundation day broke, while the pipes and flag were being removed, on Thursday night.

  • Mumbai-Ahmedabad Bullet Train: Design of Sabarmati bullet train’s terminal hub ready

    Mumbai: The most talked about India’s bullet train would soon be a reality for the citizens as its construction work has caught apace. This comes after the finalisation of the design of bullet train’s ‘Sabarmati Hub’, a terminal which connects this dream project with other modes of transport in Ahmedabad. The exterior of the hub would be paying homage to the Dandi march. The construction of this hub would commence from December

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    Mumbai: TISS students meet NCST, MHRD and UGC for help

    Mumbai: Students of Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) raised the issue of withdrawal of scholarships to the National Commission for Scheduled Tribes (NCST) and Ministry of Minority Affairs at New Delhi. The NCST has directed TISS administration to solve problem of tribal students who have been protesting over issue of Government of India-Post Matric Scholarship (GOI-PMS).