Free Press Journal
  • The value of human birth

    Many consider this human life to be cheap, but the human body is priceless, writes RUBY LILAOWALA.  (more…)

  • Digvijay Singh

    After Antony, it’s Digvijay

    New Delhi :  A day after AK Antony created a controversy by saying that Congress was more inclined towards minorities, it was Congress general secretary Digvijay Singh’s turn to say that Rahul Gandhi does not have the temperament of a ruler and felt that he should have taken up the responsibility of Leader of the Party in Lok Sabha.

  • Pearls of wisdom for debutante BJP MPs!

    NEW DELHI :  Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday advised the first-time BJP MPs to develop an expertise in at least one subject to have effective participation in Parliament.

  • Son’s worrying behaviour

    Gynaec problem

    Every time I have sex, I feel a lot of pain in The pelvic region. This is making me restrain from sex with my husband. He fails to understand why after an intimate foreplay I become tense and stop him from penetrating. We have been married only for a year now. Initially I pretended not to feel the pain and continued having sex for a healthy marriage. But I

  • CHAVAN GETS AN EARFUL, SURVIVES

    Maharashtra leaders gun for CM’s ouster at a review meeting, but Antony says no change

  • 10 killed in bldg collapse in Delhi

    New Delhi: Ten people including five children and three women were killed while two others injured when a 50-year-old dilapidated four-storeyed building collapsed in a congested area in north Delhi on Saturday, police said.

  • Post-Vyapam, Suresh Soni keeping away from state

    BHOPAL : The name of RSS Sarkaryavaha Suresh Soni may have figured in the memorandum of Pankaj Trivedi, an accused in the Vyapam scam, but Soni had severed his ties with the state immediately after the scam was unearthed. (more…)

  • Warship ready to bail out Indians from Iraq

    New Delhi :  With the situation worsening in violence-hit Iraq, India on Saturday said it has flown in officials to three Iraqi cities to help evacuate Indians wanting to return home and asserted that “all national assets are in readiness if required” to be deployed to help the 39 Indians in captivity in militant-held Mosul.

  • Ramzan to begin from Monday

    New Delhi: Ramzan, the holy month of fasting for Muslims, will begin from Monday as the new moon could not be sighted anywhere in the country on Saturday. Maulana Mufti Mukarram Ahmed, President of Fatehpuri Royat Hilal Committee and Shahi Imam of Fatehpuri Mosque, announced that since the new moon was not sighted on Saturday, the month of Ramzan will start from Monday.

  • STF not fit to probe Vyapam scam: Raghunandan

    BHOPAL : The demand to get Vyapam scam probed not by STF but by some other exclusive agency is rising within the BJP. Party’s state vice president Raghunandan Sharma has said that STF is too ill-equipped to handle the disclosures made in Vyapam scam and irregularities in PSC examinations. (more…)

  • Supplementary challan filed against Mahindra, others

    BHOPAL : The Economic Offences Wing (EOW), on Saturday, filed supplementary charge-sheet running into 1015 pages in the court of ADJ Sanjiv Kalgaonkar against Vyapam’s former senior system analyst Nitin Mahindra, system analyst Ajay Sen and Ashok Mishra in the decade-old computer purchase scam, after the state government gave sanction to prosecute them.  (more…)

  • Gastronomic desert in Oasis

    Though sporting a limited variety in food, the restaurant still is a good bet to enjoy an evening with your dear ones, writes GITA HARI. (more…)

  • Tanzanian women raped in south Delhi

    New Delhi: Two Tanzanian women were allegedly raped by two men in south Delhi’s Sarojini Nagar area following which the accused have been arrested. The accused identified as Satish and Kunal, both 27-year-old, have been arrested. According to police sources, the two women told investigators that they befriended the accused outside a hotel in South Delhi, following which they  accompanied them to a quarter in Sarojini Nagar. “All four of them consumed

  • BHEL halves school bus charges

    BHOPAL: The management at BHEL Bhopal has decided to cut the current bus charges by 50 per cent for wards of those residing in BHEL, Township and studying at BHEL Siksha Mandal run schools. The existing rates are Rs 300 per month and accordingly the revised rates will be Rs 150 per month. The revised rates will be valid for 2014-15 session.

  • GAIL blast: Probe begins as toll rises

    Hyderabad: The death toll in Friday’s explosion in a GAIL pipeline in Andhra Pradesh’s East Godavari district on Saturday rose to 17 while a high-level committee began its probe. Two injured, including a five-year-old girl, succumbed at a hospital in Kakinada Saturday, taking the toll to 17.

  • HC judge ticks off BMC administration

    BHOPAL : Justice Ajit Singh pulled up the Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) authorities for their failure in ensuring piped water supply to all the colonies of the gas victims.   Though  piped water is being supplied to some colonies but there are still many colonies in which tube well water is being supplied. (more…)

  • Engg student, elderly woman meet death on roads

    BHOPAL : A 22-year-old engineering student died while his friend sustained grievous injuries after their scooty was hit by a speeding truck at JK Tiraha under Ashoka Garden police station during the intervening night of Friday and Saturday. (more…)

  • Dilip Kumar

    An authentic, heartfelt and  compelling narrative – straight from the horse’s mouth – that reveals for the first time numerous unknown aspects of the life the greatest legends of all time. (more…)