Free Press Journal
  • Scorer sent to PR in PMT- 2013 scam

    BHOPAL: Scorer Prabharkar Singh of Rewa has been sent to police remand in PMT- 2013. STF produced him in the court of CJM Pankaj Singh Maheshwari. STF DSP Indresh Tripathi said, ” Prabhakar Singh of Rewa used to appear as scorer in PMT- 2013. He was arrested from Rewa and he has been produced in the CJM court.”

  • FORCE-FEEDING ROW PIL to disqualify 11 Sena MPs junked

    New Delhi : The Delhi High Court on Friday dismissed a PIL seeking directions to the Lok Sabha Speaker and Chairman of Rajya Sabha to disqualify 11 Shiv Sena MPs for allegedly force-feeding a fasting Muslim employee at the new Maharashtra Sadan here, saying steps have already been taken by the concerned authorities and departments. A bench of Chief Justice G Rohini and Justice Jayant Nath rejected the petition also on the ground

  • APS hosts Inter Army Public School Football Tournament

    Mhow : Army Public School ( APS), Mhow was entrusted with the responsibility of hosting Inter Army Public  Schools, Cluster IV Central Command Football Tournament, which culminated on Friday. The Chief Guest on the occasion was the Hon’ble Chairman of the School Brig.

  • Govt scurries to arrange coal as generation dips further

    BHOPAL : Amid severe coal crisis and further decline in power production in Madhya Pradesh, Power Generation Company senior bosses approached the Centre to provide coal to Madhya Pradesh immediately otherwise situation would worsen in coming days.

  • Days after hooting at PM rally, Modi calls Hooda for tea

    New Delhi :  Three days after the hooting incident in a public rally, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday appeared to reach out to Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda by inviting him over a cup of tea. Hooda met Modi at his residence and discussed development issues relating to the state. “The Haryana CM was invited by the Prime Minister for tea and he went to meet him to uphold the dignity

  • No LOP: Govt stalls CIC’s appointment

    New Delhi : The government on Friday put on hold the appointment of new chief of Central Information Commission (CIC) due to the absence of the Leader of the Opposition (LoP) in the selection committee leaving the transparency watchdog headless for the first time since its inception in 2005.

  • Navkar prayer underway

    Ujjain : On the second day of Navkar Prayer, more than 400 devotees chanted megical Navkar mantra  at Awanti Parshwanath Temple under the aegis of Jain Social Group Ujjain Arihant on Friday.

  • Khursheed slams Modi’s J& K policy

    New Delhi : “The Modi government thinks that the Kashmir issue is some kind of law and order problem in one corner of the state which can be solved with the wave of a magic wand. The issue is much more complex, and it is a struggle for the soul of the state. For sixty years several brilliant minds have worked at it, and it is  adelicate issue that has to handled with

  • Big stars opt for IPL team over domestic clubs

    Mumbai :  Players named by more than two teams have finally settled for their respective Indian Premier League (IPL) franchises for the Champions League Twenty20 (CLT20) that would be played in India, September 13 to October 4.

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    Lewis Hamilton quickest in Belgian GP practice

    Spa (Belgium) :  Lewis Hamilton topped the times ahead of his Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg in Friday’s twice red-flagged second free practice session ahead of this weekend’s Formula One Belgian Grand Prix.

  • Film on India all set to make debut in China

    Beijing : The first-ever Chinese film shot in India with Sino-Indian theme is all set to make a debut in China shortly as India showcased some of its recent Bollywood hits at its film festival here in a bid to rediscover the trail left by Raj Kapoor’s ‘Awara’ in 1950s.

  • Kumar took bribes for not cutting scenes: CBI

    Mumbai: In a further revelation, the CBI has said that CBFC CEO Rakesh Kumar was suspected to have been demanding bribes during the screening of films before issuance of censor certificate, threatening with cuts if the demand was not met.

  • Shiite militiamen kill 70 at Iraq Sunni mosque

    Baquba (Iraq) : Shiite militiamen gunned down 70 people in an apparent revenge attack at an Iraqi Sunni mosque today, dealing a blow to government efforts to regain territory seized by jihadist-led militants.

  • Jnanpith award winner Ananthamurthy is dead

    Bangalore : Veteran Kannada writer and Jnanpith award winner U R Ananthamurthy, who once threatened to leave India if Narendra Modi came to power, died of multiple health complications at a private hospital here on Friday.

  • Stolen Rs 48L in cash recovered

    Mumbai: In one of the largest detections by the Government Railway Police (GRP), Rs 48 lakh in cash was recovered on Thursday when a constable detained a man who he found sitting on Marine Line station.   Assistant Police Inspector Pandurang Vadvalkar was stationed on platform no. 1 of Marine Line station when he noticed a man on platform no. 4 of the station. The man was detained by the GRP after the