Free Press Journal
  • Indore: 88% govt colleges don’t have full-time principals reveals study

    Indore: Indore: While the state government is building up pressure on private colleges to appoint teachers under Code-28 norms, its own institutes are reeling under acute shortage of teaching and non-teaching staff. In fact, some colleges are functioning without single faculty.

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    Mumbai: Lakhs not getting ration due to Aadhaar issues, alleges Sanjay Nirupam

    Mumbai: Over 21 lakh eligible persons in the city are not getting food grains and other products sold at Fair Price Shops as their ration cards are not linked to Aadhaar or there are some glitches in the linking, Mumbai Congress chief Sanjay Nirupam claimed.

  • Indore: 11-year-old raped in Betma, accused arrested by police

    Indore: An eleven-year-old girl was allegedly raped by a youth in Betma area on Tuesday night. The victim was alone at her residence when the accused reached there and raped her. He was arrested by the police on Thursday.

  • IPL 2018: 5 Talking points from Kings XI Punjab getting the better of Sunrisers Hyderabad

    So, the inevitable finally happened and Sunrisers Hyderabad’s unbeaten streak was ended by Kings XI Punjab on Thursday at Mohali. Punjab, riding on Chris Gayle’s majestic ton pounced on Hyderabad’s strong bowling and won the match by 15 runs. Kings are now looking like a very strong team with three wins out of four and Ravichandran Ashwin is walking the talk of changing the fortunes of this underrated side.

  • Mumbai, Class IX students, Class IX results, teachers, Lack of Clarity, re-examinations

    Mumbai: Lack of clarity over re-exam date for Class IX students may delay results; claims teachers

    Mumbai: Students of Class 9 are in a fix as the dates for re-examination for those who fail have not been decided by the state. Teachers claimed this would affect result declaration process and delay results of Class 9 as students will not have clarity if they are promoted to Class 10 till June, cause additional burden on teachers and create confusion among students when the academic year begins.

  • Indore: City lost medical varsity to jabalpur due to its own mistakes says former VC of DAVV

    Indore: Former vice chancellor of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV), Dr Bharat Chhaparwal here on Monday expressed disappointment over the city missing out on an opportunity to set up a medical university. “The government had allocated 50 acres of land to the DAVV during my tenure as VC for medial institution (in 2001).

  • Kathua Rape Case, Unnao Rape Case, Rape, Rape in India, Rape cases in India, Mumbai, Mumbaikars, Current heating issue in India, Matunga station, Protest

    Some Mumbaikars not even aware of Kathua Rape Case?

    Mumbai: At a time when the nation is on fire over the shocking Kathua rape incident and city’s youth are putting up posters of her alleged rapists at Matunga station, there still remain some people who are not even aware of the rape case of the eight-year-old child. And what is even more shocking is the stand that these people and some others are taking by labelling the protests a political stunt

  • Range Rover case: ‘Mohabbatein’ actress Kim Sharma records her statement

    Mumbai: Bollywood actor Kim Sharma today recorded her statement in connection with a Range Rover car case, at suburban Khar police station. The actress is accused of illegally driving the high-end vehicle and not returning it to its owner, a businessman from Rajasthan.

  • IMF projects India’s growth rate at 7.4 percent in 2018

    New Delhi: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Thursday said that it expects India to re-emerge as one of the fastest growing major economies in the 2018 – 2019 period, projecting the country’s growth rate at 7.4 percent in 2018.

  • Ujjain: Civic workers on mass leave today demanding benefits of 7th Pay Commission

    Ujjain: Angered by the discriminatory behavior of Madhya Pradesh government, workers of Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC) will go on a state level strike on the call of Nagar Nigam Nagar Palika Karmchari Sangh. This was decided in a meeting of the union workers, which was held on Thursday to remind and make employees aware of their rights.

  • Ujjain: Couples tie the knot in mass marriage ceremonies

    Ujjain: Rathore Kshtriya Samaj Trust conducted mass marriages of 51 couples free of cost on the occasion of Akshay Tritiya. Media in-charge Arun Rathore informed that the marriages were conducted in the Samajik Nyay Parisar, Agar road under the guidance of 11 brahmins.

  • Cash crunch could be superficial, says SBI

    New Delhi: The State Bank of India (SBI) on Thursday said that the current and sudden surge in Currency in Circulation (CIC) could be superficial. The leading Public Sector Bank (PSB) added that ATM withdrawals have declined in quarter four (Q4) on a sequential basis.

  • MEA expects action over Indian flag-burning incident in London

    London : The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Thursday expressed displeasure over India’s national flag-burning incident at London’s Parliament Square on April 18 and said that they expected a legal action against the people who were involved in it.