Free Press Journal
  • No anti- incumbency wave in Indore- V

    Indore: A few months away from the Assembly elections, Indore- V sitting BJP MLA Mahendra Hardia and his ardent partymen were not at ease at all as they could feel the pulse of the voters, and what they diagnose was not they were looking forward to.The disturbing news definitely was the mood of electorate, who has set their mind to send packing the two- time sitting MLA for

  • BJP will retain power in state, says Najma

    Indore: “ The announcement of Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi as prime ministerial candidate of the BJP has not distanced the Muslim voters but inversely attracted more Muslims to vote for the party.” These were the comments of former Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairperson Dr Najma Heptullah while addressing a press conference, organized at Indore Press Club, on Saturday.

  • FIR lodged against printer

    Indore: An FIR was lodged in Palasia police station on Saturday against director of Ajay Graphics, Ajay Kothia by the Returning Officer ( RO) of Indore- V. RO Shamendra Jaiswal said that a complaint was received from a political party stating that a campaign material was printed by Ajay Graphics sans details of the printer.

  • CM’s election meetings fail to attract masses

    Corporator rejects Jain’s claim; admn removes dais from Neelganga Square .. Chauhan reminds his works; reiterates his commitments CM’s election

  • BJP manifesto has dream plan for city

    Ujjain:BJP election manifesto ‘ Sankalp Patra’ has lucrative plan for the city.The manifesto promises implementation of Narmada- Kshipra Link Project for making Kshipra pollution- free ahead of Simhastha- 2016. The BJP has promised a calendar for meeting the deadlines of the link project. Simhastha Fair Authority will be empowered more, the manifesto said. The party also mentioned in its manifesto that it would provide smart phones to educated youths who will

  • Sainiks to pay homage to their ‘God’ today!

    Mumbai :  The Shiv Sena plans to make a political and an emotional statement on the first death anniversary of its charismatic founder Bal Thackeray here on Sunday.

  • With love from Russia!

    Severodvinsk (Russia) :  After a delay of five years, the USD 2.3 billion INS Vikramaditya aircraft carrier was on Saturday inducted into the Indian Navy, giving a strategic boost to its maritime warfare capabilities.

  • Rahul again: Thieves remark on EC radar

    New Delhi :  The BJP on Saturday moved the Election Commission (EC) seeking strong action against Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi for his alleged remark alluding to his rival party as “thieves” during a rally in Chhattisgarh.


    Mumbai :  All these years the Wankhede Stadium groundsmen had been competent enough to protect the pitch from the excessive dew factor, but on Saturday morning, they looked completely helpless from protecting it from getting wet. After all, the great Sachin Tendulkar was in all tears!


    New Delhi :  The Government on Saturday decided to confer the Bharat Ratna, the highest civilian award, to the 40-year old cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar who just retired from his sports career as also to eminent world-renowned chemistry scientist C N R Rao who is also a true national icon in the field of science as one of the greatest scientists of our times.

  • Sonia bats for Nehru’s legacy

    New Delhi : Amid Narendra Modi’s attack on Jawaharlal Nehru, Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Saturday said that criticism of the first prime minister by some forces was based on “innuendo, insinuation and falsehood aimed at character assassination”.

  • Drug trials dominate talk show

    Indore: State Health Minister and BJP candidate from Indore- 5 Mahendra Hardia and his rival and Congress candidate Pankaj Sanghvi attended the ‘ Face- To- Face’ programme, organised by Indore Press Club, on Saturday.

  • Shivraj is a ‘ power monger’: Scindia

    Indore: Launching a broadside against Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, State Congress Campaign Committee in- charge and Union minister Jyotiraditya Scindia has alleged that Chauhan is a ‘ powermonger,’ who can do anything to come to power.

  • Complaint against Pankaj Sanghvi found false

    Indore: Congress candidate from Indore 5 Pankaj Sanghvi got relief on Saturday when Returning Officer Shyamendra Jaiswal found the complaint filed against Sanghvi false.The complaint was filed against the Congress candidate for using staff of Gujarati Samaj. The RO gave his findings to the District Election Officer ( DEO).

  • BJP, Cong accelerate campaigning

    Indore: Candidates of the BJP and the Congress accelerated their campaigning for the Assembly elections by holding public meetings, organising nukkad nataks, and gathering party workers in various colonies and residential areas of their constituencies, on Saturday. Congress candidate Pankaj Sanghvi fielded ‘ his team’ for the canvassing while BJP candidate Mahendra Hardia is banking on his party workers.

  • Digvijay calls BJP a communal party

    Indore: Calling BJP a communal party, All India Congress Committee ( AICC) general secretary Digvijay Singh, while addressing a public meeting in Azad Nagar on Saturday, said that the BJP was trying to polarize people on the basis of religion.