Free Press Journal
  • Nine decomposed bodies found in Nagaland

    Kohima: Highly decomposed bodies of nine unidentified persons, who were blindfolded with hands tied up, have been found buried in a gorge near Chumukedima in Dimapur district of Nagaland.

  • US agrees with PM’s remarks; says working to get ties on track

    Washington: The US has agreed with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh that the arrest of an Indian diplomat has caused hiccups in bilateral ties, but said it is now focused on getting the relationship back on really strong footing.

  • US welcomes additional police outside its embassy in Delhi

    Washington: The US has welcomed India’s decision to deploy an additional 150 police personal outside its embassy in New Delhi, weeks after removal of barricades outside the facility as a fallout of the arrest of senior Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade.

  • AAP members meet to plan for Lok Sabha polls

    New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party is holding a day-long national executive meeting here Saturday to discuss the strategies for the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.

  • Maharashtra resident doctors call off stir

    Mumbai: Around 4,000 resident doctors across Maharashtra, who were on an indefinite strike after an assault on their colleague allegedly by three policemen, have called off their stir.

  • Kejriwal refuses five bedroom government house

    New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said Saturday that he will not be moving into the five-bedroom duplex government flat here, and has instead asked for a smaller house.

  • Kejriwal fit to be PM: Yogendra Yadav

    New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Yogendra Yadav on Saturday said Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is fit to be prime minister, and added that the clash between Rahul Gandhi and Narendra Modi would be disastrous for the country.

  • AP House bedlam continues; Telangana MLAs join in disruption

    Hyderabad: Compounding the stalemate in the Andhra Pradesh Assembly, legislators from Telangana joined their Seemandhra colleagues in stalling proceedings of the House over the state bifurcation issue today.

  • SC frowns at ministers’ remarks

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday expressed “displeasure” over statements made by some Union ministers, including Law Minister Kapil Sibal, against its verdict on gay sex, saying they were “unwarranted” and “not in good taste,” while cautioning them from doing so in future.

  • Ministers, PS will be responsible for corruption: CM Tough talk

    BHOPAL: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, interacting with media after a discussion on 100- day action plan with his ministers on Friday, said that corruption in any department will not be tolerated and if it takes place, then departmental minister and principal secretary will be held responsible for it.

  • Bhargav is dist in- charge minister of Bhopal, Bhupendra gets Indore

    BHOPAL: Minister for Panchayats and Rural development Gopal Bharagav has been made in charge minister for Bhopal district. Charge of Guna, Ashok Nagar has also been assigned to him. Minister for transport Bhupendra Singh has been made in- charge of Indore.Singh has also been given Tikamgarh district. Home minister Babulal Gaur has been made in- charge of Raisen district.

  • Crossings, flyovers for BRTS in the pipeline

    Indore: Urban Administration Minister Kailash Vijayvargiya met Union Minister for Urban Development Kamal Nath in New Delhi on Friday. The meeting was fruitful for Vijayvargiya as consensus reached between them for further streamlining traffic on the BRTS of Indore while several other projects were given in principle approval by the Central Government.

  • 2 floors of Singapore Market sealed

    Indore: The district administration sealed two floors of multi- storied ‘ Mahavir Empire’ building, popularly known as ‘ Singapore market’, situated in Regal Square, on Friday. The action was taken following violation of lease conditions by land holder, Mahavir Trust. A team of Nazul Department on Friday sealed the first and second floors of the building and allowed the tenants of ground floor to deposit rent in an escrow account.

  • Admn toughens stand against Iron traders

    Indore: In order to lessen traffic problems from Siyagang to Hathipala, the district administration has asked the traders of Loha Mandi to shift their business to the new location at Scheme No. 78 by February 10.The administration also threatened them that it would cancel their lease of plots at New Loha Mandi and also ban movement of goods in old Loha Mandi.

  • Agitations should not hit Omkareshwar project: Indore bench

    Indore: Directing that construction of canal network and development of command area under Omkareshwar project should be completed within the stipulated time, Indore bench of High Court in its interim order on Friday said that agitations should not hit the project and the agitators should be dealt with ‘ appropriately’. In its 20- page order, the court also directed to constitute a project monitoring authority comprising Chief Secretary and Secretary

  • Christian College told to submit exam forms in offline mode

    Indore: With just three days remaining for the first semester exam of traditional undergraduate courses to commence, the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya ( DAVV) has allowed Indore Christian College to submit examination forms of its students in ‘ offline mode’. The decision was taken as the Department of Higher Education ( DHE) delayed allotment of unique ID and passwords, which are necessary to fill exam forms in online mode – to students of