Free Press Journal
  • Congress decisions made within house only, No point holding referendum: Sabir Ali

    New Delhi: Commenting on the Congress’s decision to hold a referendum on whether to support the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) after Lok Sabha polls, Janata Dal United (JD-U) leader Sabir Ali on Saturday said that even if Congress holds a referendum, their decisions will be made within house only.

  • Obama critic Dinesh D’Souza pleads not guilty

    New York: President Barack Obama’s Indian-American filmmaker critic Dinesh D’Souza has pleaded not guilty to charges he made illegal contributions to New York Republican senate hopeful Wendy Long in her 2012 campaign.

  • AAP behaving like unguided missiles: Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi

    New Delhi: Reacting to the recent comment made by Delhi Law Minister Somnath Bharti on a reporter, after he was asked if he was planning to resign from his post on moral grounds, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Saturday said that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) should maintain some decency and discipline in their party, and that they were behaving like unguided missiles.

  • “How much money did Modi pay you?” Somnath Bharti asks reporter

    New Delhi: Reacting to the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) Delhi unit Chief Vijay Goel’s meeting with Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung to demand the resignation of Delhi Law Minister Somnath Bharti, for his vigilante action against Ugandan women.

  • It’s a conspiracy to defame me: Somnath Bharti

    New Delhi: Law minister Somnath Bharti, who courted controversy over his action against an alleged sex-and-drugs ring, Saturday said that the allegations against him are false and it is a “conspiracy to defame” him.

  • DCW’s actions political and motivated: Somnath Bharti

    New Delhi: Reacting to the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) Chief Barkha Singh’s meeting with Lieutenant Governor to seek action against Delhi Law Minster Somnath Bharti, Bharti on Saturday said that Singh was a member of Congress, and that the decision of the DCW was motivated and political.

  • Demand to oust Diggi creates uproar

    Party leaders vent their grievances, Arun promises ‘Bhadas Nikalo sammenlan’

  • Judicial probe blames VC, Registrar, exam centre in charge

     BHOPAL: The judicial inquiry by retired judge NK Jain into degree and BDS exam mess in Barkatullah University clearly points fingers at the then registrar Dr Sanjay Tiwari, examination controller NVS Rajput, examination centre in- charge Prof Kalika adav and failure of vice- chancellor Dr Nisha Dube in preventing nexus of university staff, private college teachers and middlemen.

  • BEd in a mess at DAVV

    Indore: The bachelor of education ( BEd) programme offered by Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya ( DAVV) is a completely sham. Nearly two months have passed for teaching for Session 2012- 13 to be over but the colleges are still waiting for affiliations and students for exams. More surprisingly, the results of session 2011- 12 exams are still not declared.

  • 4- wheelers to ply on bus lane for a fortnight

    Indore: Four- wheelers would continue to ply inside the lane dedicated to i- bus on the BRTS Corridor for at least a fortnight as the Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court on Friday granted two weeks time to the petitioner for going through the report submitted by a five- member committee examined the Corridor project.

  • Mayor, Collector indulge in verbal duel

    • Representatives of Akhada Parishad fire salvo on each other
    • Vijayavargiya chairs first meeting of Simhastha Fair- 2016

    Ujjain: State Urban Administration and Development Minister Kailash Vijayavergiya penned the suggestions and complaints of the seers and members of Akhil Bharatiya Akhada Parishad along with the peoples’ representatives about the preparations for Simhastha Fair- 2016, at Brahaspati Bhavan here on Friday evening. This was his first meeting after assuming the charge of Ujjain district.

  • Fire breaks at Agnibaan Press due to short circuit

    Ujjain : Fire broke out at the office of Agnibaan Press located at Bahadurganj due to short circuit here on Friday. An MPEB officer was hurt while he was repairing the cable at the office. Due to fire, smoke prevailed in the entire locality and fire brigade was called to extinguish the fire. MPEB

  • Road Safety Week workshop held at MIM

    Ujjain : Mahakal Institute of Management ( MIM) organised a Road Safety Week workshop recently. Traffic DSP Sunil Sharma was chief guest. Sharma explained the significance of safety driving to students. He also detailed the road signs which a rider should pay attention. Honda Company manager Sandeep Gupta talked about the nuances to be

  • Blistering Nadal shreds Federer

    The World No.1 plays through pain barrier to dominate the Swiss in straight sets; storms into final against Wawrinka

  • Roger hits out at grunting Rafa

    Melbourne: Roger Federer railed against Rafael Nadal’s loud grunting and slow play Friday after he tumbled out of the Australian Open at the hands of the aggressive Spaniard.The usually ice-cool Swiss had sharp word with the umpire mid-match about the Spaniard’s ball-striking grunt, and complained he repeatedly goes unpunished for time violations.

  • Errani-Vinci pair clinch women’s doubles title

    Melbourne: The top-seeded pair of Sara Errani and Robert Vinci defended their Australian Open women’s doubles title by defeating Russian pair Ekaterina Makarova and Elena Vesnina on Friday.Italians Errani and Vinci took two hours and six minutes to record a 6-4, 3-6, 7-5 win and became the first women’s doubles team to

  • Sania-Tecau pair set for summit clash

    Melbourne: Sania Mirza stands just one win away from clinching her third mixed doubles Grand Slam title after the Indian and her Romanian partner Horia Tecau entered the Australian Open final with a come-from-behind win on Friday.

  • Delhi-Punjab clash to kick off HIL today

    Mohali: The second edition of the Hero Hockey India League will get underway today with Jaypee Punjab Warriors taking on Delhi Waveriders in the opening match at the newly-built International Hockey Stadium under lights.