Free Press Journal
  • Protests in Odisha over rail fare hike

    Bhubaneswar: Various political parties Saturday organised separate protests in Odisha against the central government’s decision to hike rail fares.

  • Dr. Harshvardhan

    Centre to launch encephalitis immunization campaign Sunday

    Patna:  Health Minister Harsh Vardhan Saturday said the central government would provide all possible help to Bihar in controlling a suspected encephalitis outbreak that has claimed the lives of more than 130 children so far.

  • ‘When gunmen entered our bus, we’re quite frightened’

    Indore : “The time we spent in Iraq will remain in our memory till death. Though we’re 150 km from the danger zone, still we’re scared for our life. When we reached near Iran border, six gunmen abruptly entered our bus and we thought that our time’s up. But, we heaved a sigh of relief when we came to know that they were from Iraqi army in plain clothes.’

  • Messi special takes Argentina into the last 16

    Belo Horizonte (Brazil): A moment of genius from Lionel Messi in added-time helped Argentina book a berth in the last-16 after a unconvincing 1-0 win over Iran in a FIFA Group F clash at the Estadio Mineirao here Saturday.

  • Work suspended in yet another Bengal jute mill

    Kolkata: Even as the political blame game continued over the killing of a jute mill executive in West Bengal, yet another unit has declared suspension of work taking the number of such units to six.

  • Prithviraj Chavan

    Prithviraj Chavan gets reprieve – for now

    New Delhi/Mumbai: The fate of Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan is now likely to be decided only after June 28 when state leaders will travel to the national capital for a meeting with the Congress’ central leadership, party sources said Saturday.

  • Tarun Gogoi

    ‘No visa-free entry for Bangladeshis’

    New Delhi:  There is no move to make provisions for visa-free entry of Bangladeshi nationals into India, a source in the external affairs ministry said Saturday.

  • Indians in captivity in Iraq unharmed: Government

    New Delhi:  The Indians in captivity in Iraq are unharmed, the government said Saturday after establishing contact with the workers who were rounded up by suspected Sunni militants in Mosul town in the violence-hit Gulf nation.

  • Arvinder Singh Lovely

    Congress protests in Delhi against rail fare hike

    New Delhi:  Congress workers, led by the chief of the party’s Delhi unit Arvinder Singh Lovely, Saturday protested here against the Modi government’s decision to hike rail fares.

  • Obama stands firm on political solution in Iraq

    Washington:  Amid reports that more than one million Iraqis have fled their homes as Sunni militants continued their advance towards Baghdad, US President Barack Obama has again asked Iraqi leaders to come up with a political solution.

  • Wife of a guard gang-raped by 6

    Indore : In a shocking incident, wife of a security guard was allegedly raped by six unidentified accused under Bhawarkuan police station area here on Thursday night.

  • Bhandari gets bail to attend son’s wedding

    Indore : Dr Vinod Bhandari, chairperson of Shri Aurobindo Institute of Medical Sciences (SAIMS), who was in jail for his alleged involvement in multi-crore PMT-2012 scam received 6-day bail from the court to attend his son’s wedding and was brought to the city by a team of Special Task Force (STF), on Saturday. (more…)

  • People slam rail fare revision

    Indore : People and party activists expressed their annoyance over hike in railway fare and freight and they staged dharna, on Saturday.

  • Power supply from Monopoles begins

    Indore : Monopoles put up between Bicholi-Hapsi and Silver Springs on the Bypass road and between Rau and Khandwa Road have started supplying power by Discom. The company would start supplying power and cover the entire Bypass in 6 phases of which the first has been started. (more…)

  • Ananya Mishra awarded PhD

    Indore : Ananya Mangal Mishra has been awarded PhD under the faculty of Management on the thesis submitted by her titled ‘Brand Management in Print Media-a comparative study’. She has completed her research work under the supervision of Dr Sandeep Maloo of Shri Vaishnav Institute of Management and was a student of Shri Cloth Market Girls Commerce College.

  • Corruption still a big issue in country: Kaul

    Indore: In a lecture series organized by Shri Madhya Hindi Sathiya Samithi, former Comptroller and Auditor General Vijendra Nath Kaul said: “Strong laws are necessary to combat corruption and the new government must try to implement them, which is more important.” (more…)

  • The French Revolution

    Salvador (Brazil) : France are on the brink of reaching the World Cup last 16 after their emphatic 5-2 win over Switzerland kept them in control of Group E.

  • Messi magic helps Argentina to a last gasp win over Iran

    Belo Horizonte (Brazil) : Lionel Messi’s magical left-foot produced another inspirational goal as Argentina managed 1-0 win over gritty Iran in a group F game of the World Cup on Saturday.

  • Russia stands between Belgium’s dream

    Rio De Janeiro : Having come from behind to beat Algeria in their opening game, Belgium can reach the World Cup knockout phase by beating Russia at Rio de Janeiro’s Maracana today.