Free Press Journal
  • Arvind Kejriwal resignation

    BJP critical of Kejriwal’s resignation, says ‘he was seeking an exit route’

    Patna: Criticizing Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal for resigning as Delhi Chief Minister over the failure to introduce the Jan Lokpal Bill in the Assembly session, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday claimed that Kejriwal was seeking an exit route since the day he assumed office.

  • Two APSRTC buses collide; 20 passengers injured

    Karimnagar (AP): Twenty passengers were injured today when two buses of AP State Road Transport Corporation collided with each other on the outskirts of Edula Gattepalli village.

  • AAP leaders meet to decide party’s next move

    New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leaders held a meeting to decide the future course of action Saturday, a day after Arvind Kejriwal quit as Delhi chief minister.

  • With an eye on Dalits, BCs, TN BJP to hold social justice meet

    Chennai:  Close on the heels of its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi’s Kerala visit where he tried to reach out to Dalits, BJP will hold a social justice conference in Madurai to woo backward classes ahead of Lok Sabha polls.

  • Ukraine leader calls for concessions as protesters freed

    Kiev:  Ukraine’s leader called for the opposition to yield some ground ahead of a new mass demonstration tomorrow, after authorities released all protesters arrested in the anti-government unrest.

  • Parched villages at the border in Poonch

    Poonch (Jammu and Kashmir): One of the biggest electoral promises of the AAP Government in Delhi, 666 liters of free water supply every day to each household with functional water meters, sounds surreal to sixty-five year old Maqsooda hailing from the remote Balakote village in Poonch District, who has, for most of her life, travelled a minimum of two to three kilometers twice a day to fetch drinking water for her family.

  • India has strong legal framework to protect IP: Boeing

    Washington: Even as a section of the US’ corporate sector lobbies against India over protection of intellectual property rights, American aircraft major Boeing today said the country has a strong legal framework to protect such rights.

  • Powell-Modi meeting a pragmatic necessary step: NYT

    Washington: As US officials downplayed US ambassador Nancy Powell’s meeting with Bharatiya Janata Party’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi as part of a broader political outreach, an influential daily welcomed it as a “pragmatic step”.

  • Senior BJP leader Lallu Singh dies in road mishap

    BHOPAL: Former BJP MLA and chairman of the disciplinary committee of the state BJP Lallu Singh died and two others including nephew of a former minister were injured in a road accident near Zero Dhaba under Pali police station in Umaria district on Friday.

  • Kailash Sharma is Indore BJP chief

    BHOPAL: The BJP has named Presidents of its six district units. These posts were being held by in- charge Presidents since Narendra Singh Tomar took over as State President of the BJP. The new appointees are: Kailash Sharma ( Indore city), Abhay Chaudhary ( Gwalior), Shailesh Dubey ( Jhabua), Narendra Singh Bais ( Shajapur), Ved Singh Thakur ( Seomni) and Dileep Saklecha ( Agar).

  • Vyapam scam: Shukla names a dozen bureaucrats

    BHOPAL:OP Shukla, OSD to former Minister Laxmikant Sharma, is making sensational disclosures in his interrogation by STF sleuths. According to sources, Shukla has, so far, named at least a dozen bureaucrats in different contexts. Shukla told STF men that many IAS officers used to telephone him for making  recommendations regarding recruitments.

  • MP can be a major exporter: Mahajan

    Indore: “ Madhya Pradesh has the potential to develop itself as a major exporter in the country and ‘ Indore Food Expo’ is a step in this regard,” said BJP leader and MP Sumitra Mahajan ‘ Indore Food Expo’, the 6th edition of MP Exportech 2014, organized at Brilliant Convention Center from Feb 14.

  • Sharma is BJP City president

    Indore : After a long dilemma over appointment of BJP city president, State president Narendra Singh Tomar and secretary Arvind Menon appointed Kailash Sharma as city president of the party. Earlier, Shankar Lalwani held the post.

  • Lady doc molested, looted

    INDORE: Five boys were booked on charges of molestation, loot and threatening a doctor couple and their children, on Friday evening under Chhatripura police. Local people caught one accused and bashed him up before handing him over to the police.

  • MalegaOn blast case Seek Govt permission to prosecute Maha ATS cops

    Indore: The Additional Sessions Court has directed the lower court to seek permission from the government to take action against cops of Maharashtra after admitting a case against 11 officials of Maharashtra ATS in connection with the Malegaon blast case, on Friday.

  • Indore Mahotsav kicked off

    INDORE: The much- awaited ‘ Indore Mahotsav’ was kicked off on Friday at Regional Park ( Pipliyapala) and Choral dam. State Urban Administration and Development Minister Kailash Vijayvergiya at Regional Park inaugurated the Mahotsav at 11 am.

  • Man shot at in broad daylight

    Ujjain: Some miscreants shot at a man in broad daylight in Sadawal area in the city on Friday. Critically injured man was rushed to district hospital. According to police, the incident took place at 4.30 pm in Sadawal area when Parvez son of Mohammad unus, resident of behind Jama Masjid was returning back from