Free Press Journal
  • Dist admin to launch campaign to resolve revenue cases

    Indore : In order to resolve the pending revenue cases, the district administration has decided to organise a month-long campaign starting from May 21. The camp will end on June 21 wherein all pending revenue related cases will be taken up for disposal.

  • Lynn powers KKR into play-offs

    Hyderabad : Opener Chris Lynn struck  55 runs off 43 balls to help Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) secure a play-offs spot with five-wicket win against table-toppers Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) in an Indian Premier League (IPL) game at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium on Saturday.

  • Modi provided scamless govt: Ananth Kumar

    Bengaluru: Lok Sabha member and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) politician Ananth Kumar on Saturday lashed out at Congress President Rahul Gandhi for calling Prime Minister Narendra Modi ‘corruption’.

  • Kin of patient allegedly assault 2 resident doctors of JJ Hospital

    Mumbai : In yet another instance, two resident doctors including a woman were allegedly beaten up by a patient’s relatives at the state-run Jamshedji Jeejeebhoy (JJ) Hospital on Saturday morning. While police have arrested four of the five accused and they have been charged under various non-bailable sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), the incident prompted the hospital’s resident doctors to go on a day-long strike.

  • Aaron hopeful of national call-up

    Mumbai : Out-of-favour seamer Varun Aaron is confident of a national call-up, saying he is bowling at his best for Leicestershire in the English County circuit.

  • Thane Civic Corporation’s Big Claim: Pothole-free roads this monsoon

    Thane : Thane residents this year can enjoy pleasant drives during the monsoon season with the civic corporation having claimed that they will ensure the roads are pothole-free before the start of the rains. This is for the very first time that the Thanecivic corporation has started the tender process in January, that is five months prior to monsoon. Around 45 per cent of the road repair work in the city is

  • Decision on H4 visas only after completing rule-making process: US

    Washington : No decision about H-4 visas is final until the rule-making process is completed, a senior US official has said, days after over 100 lawmakers urged the Trump administration to continue granting work authorisation to certain dependent spouses of non-immigrant workers holding H-1B visas, the most sought-after among Indian IT professionals.

  • Eying Cong seats, Shivraj begins night halt from Ganjbasoda

    Bhopal : Opposition Congress may be claiming to increase its tally in the upcoming assembly elections but Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has begun exercise to get hold over the Congress seats.

  • Old and young join hands to conserve nature

    Indore : The two-day second CMS Vatavaran Film Fest organised by The Nature Volunteers at Govindram Seksaria Institute of Management & Research auditorium concluded on Saturday.

  • Buses go off roads from May 21 to draw govt attention

    Indore : If you are planning to travel by bus in Indore division, then re-schedule your plan to avoid inconvenience as the private bus owners will go on indefinite strike from May 21.

  • SC apprehends more emergency hearings

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court, which had to conduct emergency hearings on the bitter power tussle in Karnataka, on Saturday apprehended that it might be forced to do it again if this legal fight is not put to rest.

  • Windies may scrap one Test vs Lanka for ODIs

    Barbados : Cricket West Indies (CWI) is mulling to scrap one Test of three-match series against Sri Lanka next month, in favour of couple of one-day internationals.

  • Twist in Vallabh Nagar fire case, dead woman was killed by lover

    Ujjain : A fire that burnt down a house in Vallabh Nagar at Udayan Marg on Friday, where the charred body of a woman was found, was not an accident, but a murder, by a paramour of the dead woman, police sources revealed.

  • Nirav Modi

    Nirav in UK on Singapore passport: ED 

    New Delhi : Despite Enforcement Directorate (ED) issuing summons to diamantaire Nirav Modi and his family members to join the investigations in the multi-crore Punjab National Bank (PNB) fraud, they have chosen to ignore the directive by remaining abroad and out of immediate reach of the investigators.

  • Rajput hopes for a result-oriented stint with Zimbabwe team

    Harare : A day after taking over the mantle of the beleaguered Zimbabwe side, newly-appointed interim head coach Lalchand Rajput has set himself a goal to guide the team to the final of the upcoming T20 International tri-series in July.

  • Detained Saudi women driving campaigners branded traitors

    Dubai : Seven people in Saudi Arabia, including four prominent women’s rights activists who campaigned for the right to drive, are being accused by state security of working with “foreign entities.”

  • Builder Samir Bhojwani’s bail application rejected

    Mumbai : The Mumbai sessions court has rejected the bail of builder Samir Bhojwani who had cheated actor Dilip Kumar and his wife Saira Banu. Bhojwani is being prosecuted by the Economic Offences Wing (EOW) on the complaint by Panna Khatau and Divyakant Khatau, wife of industrialist Sunil Khatau, in a land grabbing case at Aksa beach to the tune of Rs 300 crore.