Free Press Journal
  • Rehearsals for Republic Day

    Khargone : The final arrangements for the events of 66th republic day are almost done. The students performed their final rehearsals at the DRP line. The police force, SF, DSF, NCC, Scout, Redcross and other troops rehearsed their parades. The officers took a note of the sitting arrangements, cleanliness facility, etc. More than a dozen of schools are to perform on the republic day.

  • At Diggi House, Aroma Of Kachoris And Samosas Is Irresistible!

    Jaipur :  For Raj Kumar, literature is far from being the reason to be at the ongoing Jaipur Literature Festival. Instead of wanting to meet celebrated authors and listen to their take on various issues, he is busy selling kachoris and samosas just outside the fest venue at Diggi House here.

  • Outsiders In Party, Insiders In Institutions

    Although Such Opposing Trends Can Create Problems In The Future, For The Present, The Prime Minister, Who Also Virtually Runs The Party Via His Man, Amit Shah, Is Focused On Winning Elections

  • Pollution Level On Obama Route In Delhi ‘Hazardous’

    New Delhi : A study conducted at six places US President Barack Obama is slated to visit has found that air pollution levels are three times more than Indian safety standards and nine times than the WHO limit.

  • Bhupathi out of mixed doubles

    Melbourne: Mahesh Bhupathi went out of the mixed doubles competition following a first-round loss, even as India’s junior tennis players began their campaign on a positive note on Saturday.

  • Karti Chidambaram Refutes Charges Of Anti-Party Comments

    Chennai : Slapped with a showcause notice from the Tamil Nadu unit of Congress, Karti Chidambaram, son of former union minister P Chidambaram, on Saturday rejected its charge that he made remarks against the party and its high command.    “Let them point out how I had criticised the party or the high command,” Karti told reacting to the showcause notice sent by TNCC President E V K S Elangovan on Friday asking

  • PDP Confirms Talks With BJP, But Lists Terms

    Jammu : Confirming ‘track-II’ talks, PDP on Saturday said it is willing to form government with BJP for the benefit of Jammu and Kashmir but listed a number of conditions with an assertion that there will be no “sell out” on “core” issues like time-bound revocation of AFSPA. PDP patron Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, while insisting that he was not “power hungry”, said he is even willing not to claim Chief Ministership if

  • Serena, Venus record comeback victories

    Melbourne: World No.1 Serena Williams overcame a first-set scare from a plucky Elina Svitolina to advance to the fourth round of the Australian Open tennis tournament on Saturday.

  • Cong Flays Govt’s Bid To Cut Food Security

    Our Bureau/ NEW DELHI  : The Congress on Saturday lashed out at the Modi Government’s nefarious attempt to dilute the “right to food” guaranteed under the National Food Security Act, by slashing the beneficiaries from 64% to 40% in the name of saving subsidy of Rs 30,000 crore.

  • Woman sues tennis organisers

    Melbourne: A fan who fell down while evading severe hot conditions at the Australian Open has decided to sue the organisers for not providing enough shade in the stands at the Hisense Arena.

  • Aap ‘B Team’ Of Bjp: Digvijay

    New Delhi : Aam Aadmi Party is the ‘B Team’ of BJP and the Congress had “chosen a lesser evil” by supporting Arvind Kejriwal in forming the government in Delhi in 2013, Congress leader Digvijay Singh said on Saturday.

  • Saffron Fringe Elements Reined In: Kiran Bedi

      New Delhi : BJP’s chief ministerial candidate in Delhi, Kiran Bedi has said fringe elements in the Sangh Parivar orchestrating the campaign for ‘gharvapsi’ (homecoming) by reconverting Christians and Muslims, have been reined in by the party leadership.

  • The Underground Girls of Kabul

    Jenny Nordberg writes a powerful and moving account about those secretly living on the other side of a society where women have almost no rights. (more…)

  • Novak Djokovic

    Djokovic, Wawrinka cruise into 4th round

    Melbourne : World number one Novak Djokovic served up a storm to advance to the fourth round as defending champion Stan Wawrinka kept under the radar at the Australian Open on Saturday.

  • Youth found murdered near petrol pump

    Khategaon  : A youth was found lying dead in a pool of blood near a petrol pump on Saturday morning. Police suspect he was killed and dumped here.

  • Virat should bat at four if team wants: Richards

    Sydney: Virat Kohli’s form may have taken a hit since dropping to number four in the batting order, but West Indian legend Viv Richards feels the marauding cricketer should continue in the position if that is what the Indian team requires.

  • Saraswati Vandana Held In Schools

    Ahmedabad : Amid protest by Congress councillors, ‘Saraswati Vandana’ was organised today in more than 450 schools run by the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) which termed it as a “huge success”.

  • India heavily reliant on Kohli: Dravid

    Sydney: Former India captain Rahul Dravid said that Virat Kohli will need to bat really well in the upcoming Cricket World Cup as the current team is too much dependent on him in the middle overs.

  • Long Live The King!

    World Leaders Head To Saudi To Pay Tribute To New King Salman