Free Press Journal
  • Obama voices concern to Putin over Ukrainian sovereignty violation

    Washington: US President Barack Obama expressed his “deep concern” over the “clear violation” of Ukranian sovereignty and territorial integrity during a 90-minute telephonic conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin Saturday.

  • Ukraine puts military on alert

    Kiev: Ukraine’s acting President Alexandr Turchynov said Saturday he has placed the country’s armed forces on full combat alert, warning that any military intervention in the country would lead to war.

  • Trains hit, roads blocked in Bihar shutdow

    Patna :Hundreds of ruling JD-U workers Sunday disrupted train services and blocked roads at many places to enforce a statewide shutdown to press for a special status for Bihar.

  • Politically charged Sunday in Uttar Pradesh

    Lucknow:  It is a politically charged day in Uttar Pradesh Sunday as leading politicians prepare to address public rallies in the run up to the Lok Sabha election.

  • Manmohan Singh

    Manmohan heads for Myanmar summit on regional ties Monday

    New Delhi:  Manmohan Singh leaves for Myanmar capital Nai Pyi Taw Monday for the six-nation BIMSTEC meet on regional ties, in what could be his last foreign visit as prime minister, and also hold bilateral talks with its leadership.

  • Nitish Kumar

    Nitish protests, JD-U blocks road, rail traffic

    Patna:  Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar took to the streets Sunday seeking a “special status” for his state in a protest which saw thousands of his party activists block road and rail traffic.

  • Former BJP president Bangaru Laxman is dead

    Hyderabad Former BJP president Bangaru Laxman, who was sentenced to four years in jail in a corruption case, died here Saturday after prolonged illness, family sources said. He was 74.

  • Jaspal Bhatti’s widow is AAP’s Chandigarh choice

    Chandigarh: Late comedian-actor Jaspal Bhatti’s widow Savita is the Aam Aadmi Party’s (AAPs) choice for the Chandigarh Lok Sabha seat. The party announced her name in New Delhi Saturday.

  • Class II exam begins, 79 caught while copying

    Bhopal: In all, 79 copying cases including the highest 30 in Bhind district, were reported on the first day of class II MPBSE examinations across the state on Saturday, said board sources. MP Board of Secondary Education’s annual examinations started on Saturday for II standard students, which officials, peacefully.

  • Collector guidelines okayed as proposed

    BHOPAL: Rejecting all the suggestions and objections, the collector guidelines for land registry and stamp duties have been approved in the meeting chaired by IG Stamp amd Registrations Deepali Rastogi on Saturday. Main objection was on super built up area being used as the basis of calculation of stamp duty.

  • Tiger strays out of Panna reserve; Naik wants action

    BHOPAL: A tiger, that has strayed out of the Panna Tiger reserve park, is moving around village Purena of Mohondra circle under South Forest Cirlce in Panna. The park management is constantly informing public about the movement of the tiger.

  • BU, RGPV clear annual budget; fees to go up

    BHOPAL: Executive Council of Barkatullah University approved a proposal of university administration to hike fee of different courses, including self- finance courses, with giving its nod to annual budge of Rs 14.20 crore deficit. The proposal is general and did not include the amount or percent of the fee to be hiked and gave a free hand to the university administration to increase the fee. Meanwhile, executive council of RGPV also approved

  • Cong bandh partial, peaceful

    Public transport hit, commuters had to face problems and they waited at bus terminals; business establishments remained closed till noon but starting opening after 1.00pm