Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai blossom at Eden Garden

    Kolkata :  Eden Gardens has always been a happy hunting ground for Mumbai Indians: they had won their first crown here, defeating Chennai Super Kings in 2013. It was time for an encore on Sunday night when they handed over a crushing 41-run defeat to M S Dhoni and his team in a lopsided summit clash.

  • Manish Sisodia

    Stage is set for statehood battle in streets, now?

    New Delhi :  No let up is likely in the turf war between Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and Lt Governor Najeeb Jung. The next step would be an open session of the state assembly this Tuesday in which even the aam aadmi has been invited to participate.

  • Rajnath Singh

    War of words on Pakistan hots up

    New Delhi :  Now it is the turn of Union home minister Rajnath Singh to point an accusing towards Pakistan on the issue of terrorism. “Not only India, but the entire world knows who is promoting terrorism,” he has said while calling upon Pakistan to extend all help in tackling terrorism as it was also a victim of the menace.

  • Indian-origin neuro-surgeon re-attaches head to spine

    London :  A 29-year-old British man, who had his head ripped from his spine in a horrific car crash, has miraculously survived after a rare operation done by an Indian-origin doctor.

  • CIC panel presses Modi government on full disclosure

    New Delhi :  Noting that voluntary disclosure of information has been “below par”, a CIC-constituted panel has said that details of domestic and foreign visits of Union ministers should be proactively disclosed and kept updated.

  • Arun Jaitley

    Now, BJP accused of policy paralysis

    New Delhi :  The Congress party has debunked union finance minister Arun Jaitley’s claim that within one year of the Modi sarkar the mood of the country has ‘reversed’ from one of gloom to becoming positive about the future.

  • MP still awaits its share of ‘Achchhe Din’

    During the UPA regime, CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan repeatedly charged the Centre with giving a step-motherly treatment to Madhya Pradesh. But the Modi government is not at all behaving with the state as a mother does with her darling son. And what is more: Chauhan cannot even cry.

  • Delay in exams deprives students of summer vacation

    Indore :  While the temperature in the city is rising, nearly 1.2 lakh students, who by this time should have been free for summer vacation, are forced to slog at their respective colleges in wait of exams.

  • Simhastha website groomed for global platform

    Ujjain :  The website created for the Simhastha Fair will serve as the single stop for getting any information about the fair scheduled for grand start on April 22, which the government is trying to project as global fiesta.

  • sushil kumar shinde

    Shinde to Omar: Afzal hanging was not political

    Mumbai :  Former Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde on Sunday rejected National Conference leader Omar Abdullah’s claim that Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru was hanged for “political reasons” by the UPA government.

  • National hockey player drowns

    BHOPAL : A national hockey player, Mona Sonwane drowned in Kaliasot dam under Ratibad police station area on Sunday. Her body has been fished out and sent to Hamidia Hospital for postmortem.

  • Focus on saving natural resources, states told

    Indore :  Former Supreme Court judge AK Patnaik has said the State Governments should not consider economic development as the only measure of development. The retired judge said people must be the centre of every development.

  • Modi brought down shutters on shops of touts of power: Naqvi

    BHOPAL :  Union Minister of State for Minorities Affairs and Parliamentary Work, Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, speaking at a media workshop organised here on Sunday, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made touts of power to wind up their business.

  • City lads creates world record for longest stay in ice coffin

    Indore :  Two college students in the City set a new world record of staying in ice coffin for the longest time on Sunday. They stayed in the coffin for 2.30 hours. The record has figured in the Golden Book of World Records. The record has been jointly achieved by Mimanshu Yadav and Anshul Pawar.

  • Negative marking in JEE (Adv) take candidates aback

    Indore :  IIT-JEE (Advanced) examination held on Sunday candidates were in for a surprise as they come across negative marking scheme introduced this year.

  • Harassed by wife, trader ends life by consuming poison

    Indore : Harassed by his wife, a businessman of Tukoganj area committed suicide by consuming poison substance. The police are investigating the matter based on the suicide note found on his person.

  • Dealer held for selling wireless sets to accused of spying

    Bhopal : Police have arrested Mohammed Taha, owner of Royal Brother wireless shop of MP Nagar, on the charge of selling wireless sets to Waqar Khan, a private security agency operator, who was arrested for using banned frequencies.