Free Press Journal
  • Clashes

    Violent clashes in Saharanpur, Rajnath speaks to Akhilesh

    Lucknow:  Two people were killed as violent clashes broke out Saturday in Saharanpur in western Uttar Pradesh over a land dispute. Two groups fought pitched battles and burnt several vehicles, as Home Minister Rajnath Singh spoke to Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav who assured him that the situation would be contained soon.

  • N Chandrababu Naidu

    Panel on Andhra capital to submit its report next month

    Hyderabad: The expert committee constituted by the central government to study various alternatives regarding the new capital for Andhra Pradesh, plans to submit its report by the middle of August.

  • Bengal seeks central help for encephalitis vaccination

    Siliguri: Rattled by the encephalitis outbreak in the northern part of the state, the West Bengal government Saturday said it would seek the central government’s help for vaccination of adults to prevent the disease from spreading.

  • Kargil martys

    Leaders pay homage to Kargil martyrs

    New Delhi:  The 15th anniversary of the Kargil war victory was observed Saturday, with leaders paying homage to the martyrs, and Defence Minister Arun Jaitley promising a “huge” war memorial.

  • Shooters Rahi Sarnobat , Anisa Sayyed

    Shooters Rahi, Anisa ensure India two more medals

    Glasgow:  Shooters Rahi Sarnobat and Anisa Sayyed ensured India another gold and silver after topping the women’s 25-metre pistol semifinal at the Barry Buddon Shooting Centre to qualify for the gold medal match of the Commonwealth Games here Saturday.

  • Vijender Singh

    Boxers Vijender, Manoj in last 16

    Glasgow: Indian boxers Vijender Singh and Manoj Kumar won their respective bouts to advance to the Round of 16 at the Commonwealth Games at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre here Saturday.

  • Apurvi Chandela, Ayonika Paul

    Apurvi wins women’s 10m air rifle gold, Ayonika silver

    Glasgow:  Indian shooters Apurvi Chandela and Ayonika Paul won the gold and silver medals respectively in the women’s 10-metre air rifle final of the Commonwealth Games here Saturday.

  • FDA, IMC raid City hotels, shops

    Indore : Keeping in view approaching festive season, the joint teams of Indore Municipal Corporation and Food and Drug Administration raided various hotels, sweet-meat shops and namkeen shops here on Saturday and seized 30 kg stale chicken and meat from Nafees Restaurant in Palasia area and inedible oil from Hotel Madni in Sarwate area.

  • Lions Club distributes bags to Govt school children

    Indore : The second day of installation ceremony of Lions Club Indore International saw array of activities. Club members of District 323 G1 first took out a march from Nehru Statue to Gandhi Hall with placards and banners showing social messages.

  • Anand Sharma

    WHICH LAW IS AG TALKING ABOUT? ASKS CONGRESS

    NEW DELHI  :  The Congress on Saturday blasted Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi, asking him which law he was referring to in denying the party”s claim for the post of the Leader of Opposition (LoP) in rendering his opinion.

  • DMAT admission: One more in police net

    Indore : The Crime Branch team has nabbed the second accused involved in DMAT admission scandal. The accused had defrauded a student of Rs 7 lakh on the pretext of getting him admitted to the DMAT course. The man’s co-accused, his brother, has already been nabbed by the police.

  • Rare surgery on 94-yr-old

    Indore : A 94-year-old woman was successfully operated for abdominal hernia (Femoral) by Surgeon General & Laparoscopic at Curewell Hospital, Dr Hemant Chopra. It is found that the lady was suffering from this problem for last 3 years.

  • Follow your passion with conviction: Mutreja

    Indore : “It is crucial to follow your passion in life. If you like and have conviction in what you do, you will succeed,” said Sunil Mutreja, Executive Director and CEO of Divisa Consumer Care Private Limited.

  • ‘Consulting in the age of disruption’ at IIM-I

    Indore : Continuing with its tradition of hosting a variety of events for the benefit of student community, Industry Interaction Cell of IIM-Indore has organised a two-day annual business event Colloquium’14, which began, on Saturday. Bigger and better than its previous edition, Colloquium this year has been organised with the theme of ‘Consulting in the age of disruption’.

  • sharad pawar

    Pawar insists on 50:50 share in assembly polls

    New Delhi/Mumbai :  Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) supremo Sharad Pawar has resorted to hard-bargaining with the Congress on the seat sharing in the upcoming Assembly elections in Maharashtra, insisting on the two parties have 50:50 share.

  • Narendra Modi

    Modi frowns at unruly Sena MPs

    Conveys his displeasure to Uddhav and urges him to control his party MPs

  • Sudhir sent to PR in constables’ recruitment fraud

    BHOPAL : Mining baron Sudhir Sharma, who had surrendered before the District and session’s court on Friday, has been sent on police remand till July 30 in connection with police constables’ recruitment fraud.

  • Sudhir watches TV, relishes homemade food in STF custody

    BHOPAL : The Special Task Force of Madhya Pradesh Police might have been looking for mining baron Sudhir Sharma for a long time but it does not seem to be in a hurry to interrogate him.

  • Competent authorities did not adhere to rules: AFRC

    BHOPAL: AFRC pulled up the Directorate of medical education for not following the Supreme Court’s guidelines in admissions in private medical colleges, quoting that non-adherence by competent authorities to the prescribed schedule by the apex court, is one of the major reasons for large scale vacant seats at the last date of prescribed admissions.