Free Press Journal
  • Unmanageable domestic chores

    Rebellious daughter

    I am a mother of a 14 years old girl and lately she has been very difficult. She refuses to study or do anything I tell her. In fact sometimes, she does the exact opposite. We are new in the city and I feel like the company she is keeping has changed her. She has become very conscious of her appearance; she only wants to buy branded clothes and

  • TV actress Sara Khan hurt as her car turns turtle, hits the divider

    Mumbai :  Actress Sara Khan met with an accident while she was on her way home after attending TV actress Pratyusha Banerjee’s (the original Anandi of Balika Vadhu) birthday party. The incident took place on Saturday in the wee hours on Link Road at Jogeshwari (West).

  • Govt sits on Guv’s letter; no reply sent

    BHOPAL: The state government has not taken any action on Governor Ramnaresh adav letter to chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan seeking re- convening of the assembly session for debate on no- trust motion. The Governor had written the letter a fortnight back but no reply has been given by the government.

  • Woman, baby die at JP Hospital, kin create ruckus

    BHOPAL: After the death of a woman and her new- born male baby at the JP Hospital on Saturday, her relatives created a ruckus blaming the hospital administration for the deaths. The woman Rajkumari, 26, resident of Kolar area, died in the hospital in half an hour after the delivery.

  • Cong top guns to attend rally at Sagar today

    BHOPAL: A massive rally of the Congress will be organised on Sunday at Sagar in the presence of all senior leaders. This is the first in the series of party’s conventions to be held at eight places in the first round of election campaign.

  • Now, Guna bears the brunt of rain fury

    Bhopal, which experienced sporadic spell of rain throughout the day, recorded 2cm rainfall


    London :  In a flip-flop, Islamabad’s pointman for Track-II dialogue with India, Shahryar Khan, has made a U-turn on his remarks acknowledging the presence in Pakistan of one of India’s most wanted terrorists Dawood Ibrahim.

  • Thief caught while stealing copper wires

    BHOPAL: A 26- year- old thief was caught red- handed by locals while trying to steal copper wires from an office in MP Nagar. He was beaten up and handed over to police in the early hours of Saturday. MP Nagar police said the accused was identified as Sunil alias Sonu, resident of slum area near Mansarowar Complex.

  • Kher enthrals Indoreans

    Indore: More than 10,000 engineering students from across the State thronged the stone- laying ceremony of Tata Consultancy Services ( TCS), one of the IT majors, here at SEZ on Super Corridor, on Saturday.


    PWD Executive Engineer Ganesh Patel said that they have got ample funding to carry out the patchwork on dilapidated roads. “ But this work can not be launched right now as rainy season is continuing,” he clarified.

  • Hi-flyer Sindhu Thai-ed down

    The ace shuttler settles for bronze after going down to Thailand’s Inthanon in World C’ship semi-finals

  • Chinese players shower praise

    New Delhi: Top Chinese shuttlers have praised India’s P.V. Sindhu, who reached the women’s singles semi-finals to win the bronze medal at the World Championships. The 18-year-old Indian has defeated the Olympic, the World and Asian Games champion (all from China), the latter two coming at the ongoing Worlds in the last one year, a remarkable feat which has only been achieved by her compatriot Saina Nehwal.

  • SRK tweets congratulatory message

    New Delhi: Actor Shah Rukh Khan on Saturday congratulated PV Sindhu for claiming the women’s singles bronze medal at the World Badminton Championships in Guangzhou, China. “…and congratulations Sindhu. You make us proud. Mr. Padukone had done it & now u. Way to go…keep shuttling,” Shah Rukh tweeted.