Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: State government withdraws petition challenging High Court’s ruling 

    Bhopal: The state government has withdrawn the special leave petition from the Supreme Court challenging the MP High Court’s ruling mandating same age criteria for the applicants from the state and outside for assistant professor exam. The state government had filed a SLP in the Supreme Court against the MP High Court order on March 7.

  • Bhopal: CRA demands repeal of death penalty to convict in rape of girls aged 12 yrs or below

    Bhopal: Members of Child Rights Alliance (CRA), Bhopal submitted a memorandum to Governor Anandiben Patel demanding repealing of the Bill provisioning capital punishment to the accused in case of rape of girls aged 12 years and below in the state of Madhya Pradesh. A copy of the memo will also be sent to the President of India for his consideration.

  • Bhopal: 17-year-old boy held for killing mosque muazzin  

    Bhopal: A day after murder of mosque muazzin, police on Friday claimed to have solved the case with the arrest of a 17-year-old boy, who allegedly killed the elderly man with a screwdriver. The incident took place on Thursday in an area under Taliya police station. Police said that the incident seems to be fallout of some domestic issue, however, sources said that dispute over grant to mosque led to the murder.

  • Experience to experiencer

    How do you become centred? By shifting your awareness from the experience to the experiencer. All experiences are on the circumference and they keep on changing. The unchanging experiencer is at the centre. Again and again come back to the experiencer.

  • Bhopal: Congress to put Kamalnath, Scindia in frontline, sidelines Digvijay

    Bhopal: Congress has begun its preparations for the elections, following BJP replacing its state president and announcing election management committee. Congress is preparing an election strategy for the upcoming Assembly polls, which may come to the fore in the first week of May.

  • Bhopal: Govt uses MPPSC as a tool to woo OBC for assistant professor recruitment

    Bhopal: The OBC politics has gripped the state in the election year. Government is all out to woo OBC voters and is using its machinery to win their votes by formulating favorable policies ahead of polls. Within the seven months, MPPSC has increased the number of ‘backlog’ seats of the OBC category from 39 to 109 for the direct recruitment to the post of assistant professor in colleges across the state.

  • IAF conducts mass casualty evacuation drill from Assam to Kolkata

    Kolkata: The Eastern Air Command (EAC) of the Indian Air Force conducted a mass casualty evacuation drill on March 19, as part of Gagan Shakti 2018 exercises. It was conducted from Air Force Station Chabua in Assam to Netaji Subhash International Airport in Kolkata and further on to Command Hospital (Eastern Command), Alipore by road.

  • IPL 2018, Match 18: FPJ’s Dream XI for Kolkata Knight Riders and Kings XI Punjab

    High on confidence, table-toppers Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) and Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) will clash in a high-octane match at Eden Gardens. While KKR won comfortably against Rajasthan Royals, KXIP, riding on West Indian big man Chris Gayle’s hundred beat Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) to end their three-game unbeaten streak.

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    Ranbir Kapoor starrer ‘Sanju’ teaser to release on April 24 morning

    Mumbai: Acclaimed filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani, who is busy with the post-production of his upcoming film “Sanju“, featuring actor Ranbir Kapoor, has confirmed that the film’s teaser will be released on Tuesday morning. Refuting news of its release during an IPL match on April 24, Hirani said: “It is not a correct news that it is going to be released during the Indian

  • Getting more women into formal workforce is priority for India, says IMF

    United Nations: India must focus as a priority on ensuring that more women work in the formal sector as it continues with labour reforms, according to Ken Kang, the deputy director in International Monetary Fund (IMF) Asia Pacific Department.

  • Indore: Institute of Engineering and Technology runs with merely 49 teachers, needs 160 educators

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV), which speaks ad nauseam about the need for appointment of faculty members at colleges, is itself not complying with the rules. A proof is Institute of Engineering and Technology, an entity of DAVV and one of the leading engineering institutes in the state. It is being run with less than one third of the required number of teachers.

  • Indore: 40,000 vacancies exist in data science, says experts at IIM-I

    Indore: The data scientists asked students to make a career in data science as the field offers immense job opportunities. They were speaking at a workshop organised by Indian Institute of Management Indore on Friday.  They said India has about 40,000 vacancies in data science.