Free Press Journal
  • Women’s Safety A Major POLL Issue In Delhi

    New Delhi : Women’s safety tops the chart among the major issues confronting Delhi as it readies to vote for a new government on  February 7.

  • AISHE issue: 40 colleges remain negligent. Will DAVV act?

    Indore : Having threatened to disaffiliate colleges failed to provide information for All India Survey on Higher Education (AISHE) within stipulated time limit, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) is all set to recommend for disaffiliation of 40 deviant colleges to its Executive Council.

  • Ramdev Can’t Be Tried At 20 Places For One Speech: SC

    New Delhi : Supreme Court on Monday said that Yoga guru Ramdev cannot be tried at different places in the country for his alleged controversial “honeymoon” remarks targeting Rahul Gandhi over visiting homes of Dalits.

  • BJP Accuses BJD Of Resorting To Violence

    Prime Minister  Modi, BJP President Amit Shah, Arun Jaitley, Sushma Swaraj And Nitin Gadkari At The Party’s Parliamentary Board Meeting In New Delhi On Monday. PTI

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    Messi hat-trick keeps Barca in sight of Real

    Madrid: Lionel Messi struck a stunning hat-trick to ensure Barcelona maintained the pressure on La Liga leaders Real Madrid with a 4-0 win away to Deportivo la Coruna to cut the gap at the top to one point.

  • BJP Moves Governor After Bengal Cops Torture Woman

    Kolkata : The BJP on Monday sought the intervention of West Bengal Governor K N Tripathi seeking the suspension of police personnel who allegedly tortured a woman in Birbhum district.

  • JD(S) Seeks CBI Probe

    Bengaluru : JD(S) leader and former chief minister H D Kumaraswamy on  Monday sought a CBI inquiry into Arkavathi Layout land de-notification, an issue on which the Opposition has targeted Chief Minister Siddaramaiah alleging irregularities.

  • Drunkards loot Rs 1.23-L from civil engineer

    Indore : Some unidentified drunkards looted Rs 1.23 lakh from a civil engineer after thrashing him near Regional Park under Rajendra Nagar police station, on Sunday night. The accused fled from the scene in a car.

  • Displaced Kashmiri Pandits Protest Government Apathy

    New Delhi : Distressed over the long-wait of 25 years to go back ‘home’, displaced Kashmiri Pandits today staged a protest here demanding immediate steps for their rehabilitation and accused both state and central governments of doing nothing to facilitate their return to the Valley.

  • Robbery & murder accused wins Sarpanch election from jail

    Morena : India’s democratic system is the largest one in the world that is why every citizen has the fundamental right to contest the elections. Likewise, a jailed criminal not only filed the nominations from prison for the elections for Sarpanch post, but also elected the Sarpanch of the village.

  • Irina denies Ronaldo’s family caused the split

    Los Angeles: Russian model Irina Shayk has confirmed her split from star Portuguese footballer Cristiano Ronaldo, but denied his family was to blame for their break-up.

  • Modi May Face His Severest Test In Delhi

    It Is Entirely Possible That If The BJP Had Been More Proactive In The Field Of Development At Both The State And National Levels, The AAP Would Have Been Unable To Make Much Headway

  • Forum penalizes two cheaters

    Indore : The District Consumer Forum penalised two persons for their failure to provide proper education to the plaintiff and also to provide illegal certificate.The forum asked them to pay Rs 1,68,360 with 8% annual interest. The Forum also slapped a fine of Rs 50,000 for causing physical and mental harassment to the plaintiff.

  • We’re Not Cong Stooges, Says Woman Who Quit Censor Board

    New Delhi : Academician Ira Bhaskar, one of the 10 members to quit the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) following chairperson Leela Samson’s resignation, says they are “not Congress stooges” and were never “rebels without a cause”.

  • Saina look to launch new season with a bang

    Lucknow: Olympic bronze medallist Saina Nehwal will look to launch the new season with a bang when she starts her title defence at the Syed Modi International Grand Prix Gold Badminton Championship that gets underway with the qualifiers.

  • Fast News

    Karnataka To Gift Obama Channapatna Toys

  • Paradise Cricket tournament concludes

    Umaria : Sports inspire us for constant struggle, in fact the defeat guides the way of victory. State Tribal Welfare Minister Gyan Singh said these words during prize distribution ceremony of All India Paradise Cricket Tournament held at local Stadium here on Monday. The final match of the tournament was played between Fill Group, Bilaspur and DCA, Shahdol and Bilaspur team won the match. Umaria Municipal Council president Kanchan Khattar presided over

  • Taxi drivers rue of harassment by traffic police

    Ujjain : Taxi drivers operating in the city have alleged harassment by the traffic police. They said the traffic jockeys are harassing unnecessarily over parking issue and threatened them if they did not meet their demand.