Free Press Journal
  • Hafiz Saeed

    BJP slams Hafiz Saeed over ‘Lakhvi is innocent’ remark

    New Delhi : The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Tuesday lashed out at Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed over his remark that Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi is innocent, saying his certificate confirms that the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) leader is the mastermind of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks.

  • Kumar Vishwas

    Illegal relationship row: Kumar Vishwas to appear before DCW

    New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Kumar Vishwas is likely to appear before the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) here on Tuesday over a complaint lodged against him by a female volunteer of his party.

  • Salman Khan

    Verdict in Salman hit-and-run case to be pronounced tomorrow

    Mumbai: A sessions court is all set to deliver its verdict tomorrow in the hit-and-run case involving Bollywood actor Salman Khan, who is charged with killing one person and injuring four by ramming his SUV into a bakery shop in suburban Bandra 13 years ago.

  • Sensex - Nifty high

    Sensex extends gains, up 113 points in early trade

    Mumbai: Extending gains for the second day, the benchmark BSE Sensex today rose by 113 points in early trade on increased by investors in some stocks amid a firming trend overseas.

  • Rupee down

    Rupee down 14 paise to 63.56 against dollar in early trade

    Mumbai: Extending losses for the third straight session, the rupee declined by 14 paise to 63.56 against the US dollar in early trade today at the Interbank Foreign Exchange due to appreciation of the American currency overseas on the back of strong economic data.

  • RSS cries foul over move to elevate ‘Modi-baiters’

    New Delhi :  Crying foul over the proposal to elevate some persons whom it perceives as well known Modi-baiters, the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh is using its influence to make sure that Information and Broadcasting Minister Arun Jaitley does not attend a seminar organized by the Indian Institute of Mass Communication. This seminar is being held to discuss the details of turning the IIMC into a university. But the RSS has raised strong

  • Nepal

    Nepal asks India, others to pack up

    Kathmandu :  Rescue teams from India and 33 other countries were on Monday asked by Nepal to leave as it prepared to launch massive operations to rehabilitate millions of uprooted victims of the devastating quake that has killed at least 7,365 people, including 41 Indians.

  • Mumbai City roads bursting at the seams

    Mumbai’s transport system is its lifeline. With population swelling by the day and the city’s arteries chock-a-block with vehicles, and given the dearth of alternatives with regards to space, the city’s roads are tested to their limits every day. In its 6-part series, the FPJ looks at the issues which inflict and aggravate one of the biggest problems in Maximum City -– traffic jams – where for most of the

  • At last, the daughter Diana longed for

    London :  The newborn Princess of Cambridge was on Monday named Charlotte Elizabeth Diana by Prince William and his wife Kate, in line with the public opinion and bookies’ favourite prediction.

  • Trichur Inspector General is caught copying

    Thiruvananthapuram :  A senior Indian Police Service (IPS) officer in Kerala was on Monday caught using unfair means in the LLM examination conducted by the Kottayam-based Mahatama Gandhi University.

  • Major fire rages at Trenching Ground

    Indore : A major fire engulfed the Trenching Ground on Monday creating panic among residents of surrounding localities. The flames could not be controlled till late in the night.

  • Kumar Vishwas

    AAP leader Vishwas told to clarify on ‘illicit ties’

    New Delhi :  The Delhi Commission for Women has summoned Aam Aadmi Party leader Kumar Vishwas and his wife on a complaint by a woman volunteer of his party, who wants him to giv a public clarification that they were not in an “illicit relationship” while campaigning for last year’s national elections.

  • DAVV to upload exam results on MPOnline

    Indore : Moved by troubles faced by students in accessing their exam results due to crashing of its server, the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) has decided to upload results of its exams on MPOnline portal.

  • IMC’s new action plan for garbage-free city

    INDORE : The Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) is all set to roll out its new plan for making the city spic and span. However, some senior civic body officials described it as an expansion of special cleaning drive that was being carried out on Wednesdays and Thursdays.

  • Arvind Kejriwal

    Media has accepted ‘Supari’ to finish AAP, says Kejriwal

    New Delhi:  Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has accused the media of accepting a ‘supari’ or contract to finish off his Aam Aadmi Party, in his sharpest attack yet on journalists. The Chief Minister also called for a “public trial” of media groups. Kejriwal made the remarks while defending his Law Minister Jitender Singh Tomar, who is accused of faking his law degree, during the launch of a website.

  • 8 City students secure admission in RRCAT’s course

    Indore : As many as nine students, including eight from Indore and one from Gwalior, have managed to secure admission in the certificate course introduced by the prestigious Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology this year.

  • New ventures of social services should be initiated: Soni

    Ujjain : New endeavours of social services should be initiated to extend services to needy people. There are many areas where services can be extended. There is an urgent need to link new operations under religious and charitable activities.

  • 21 charred to death as bus upturns, catches fire

    BHOPAL/PANNA : In all 21 passengers were charred to death and thirteen sustained burn injuries when the private bus they were travelling in fell into a culvert and caught fire on Monday afternoon at Malda Ghati, nearly 13 kms from the Panna district headquarters.

  • Hydrants to be repaired to prevent dearth of water

    Indore : The Water Works and Drainage Department of the Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) received a wakeup call in summers to fix the non-functional water hydrants and bore well across the city.