Free Press Journal
  • Cops are dealing anti-religious messages about my film: Salman

    Mumbai: Superstar Salman Khan, who is irked by anti-religious messages being spread in his name regarding his forthcoming release ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’, says police are taking required action against miscreants.

  • Dark clouds over monsoon session

    New Delhi : The monsoon may have brought some relief from the oppressive heat in the national capital, but the monsoon session of Parliament starting July 21st is unlikely to ease the tensions within the ruling party that have been gathering strength in the wake of several controversies surrounding the chief ministers and ministers.

  • Vyapam scam: Nandkumar has no regrets, Sahastrabuddhe admits administrative failure

    BHOPAL : Despite the embarrassment the BJP has to bear over the infamous Vyapam Scam all over the country, there is no end to the strange statements from the party leaders. State BJP Chief Nandkumar Singh Chauhan on Sunday while talking to media persons bluntly said that the party has no regrets over the Vyapam scam. He said that CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan is as pure as water of River Ganga. The

  • Lack of rains deject farmers in the region

    Ujjain : Two-weeks after monsoon hitting the State, Ujjain district are yet to a second dose of rain. This has caused panic among farmers who are yet to recover from the losses they suffered last year owing to the delayed monsoon.The initial excitement among the farming community of the region about witnessing a promising kharif season this year is being replaced by disappointment, as monsoon has turned inactive over many parts of

  • Liquor vend protestWomen warn of indefinite strike

    Ujjain : Protest against the liquor shop located at the Neelganga area was further intensified on Sunday. Agitated women protestors giving a final warning to the liquor shop owner to vacate the shop till Wednesday, warned for an indefinite protest. MLA Mohan Yadav again reached the spot and met with the agitated women, he also had words with excise officials in connection with shifting of liquor shop at some other place. Sources

  • CBI was keeping track of the developments

    BHOPAL : The Supreme Court may have handed over investigation of Vyapam scam to CBI now but the CBI, which is the premier investigative agency of the country, was keeping an eye on the investigations into the scam. According to sources, CBI officials posted at Bhopal were keeping track of the investigations as they anticipated that finally the case would come to them. Meetings were held at CBI offices in Delhi and

  • VHP opposes police cases against its workers

    MEGHNAGAR: Police has registered a case against 10 unidentified, with regards to hindrance in governmental works, and for beating up police constables when they caught a truck carrying bones of animals, which was allegedly taken to be cattle-bones. However this action of the police has not gone very well with the VHP leaders over there. They said that the police has not been able to stop transport of the cattle-meat, or cattle

  • Priyanka Shenoy wins gold in style

    Mumbai :  Priyanka Shenoy of Abhyudaya Sports, struck a purple patch as she won the 100m sprint and 110 m hurdles in the girls under-16 section in the Mumbai Suburban District Athletic selection meet, held at Sports Authority of India, Kandivali on Sunday.

  • Woman’s body dug out of village land

    Dewas : The Bank Note Press Thana Police dug out the body of a woman near the pond of village Bijepur on Sunday. A man named Kailash informed the police that the soil near the pond seems to be dugged out and also informed them of broken pieces of bangles which were found lying there. The Chaukidar and Sarpanch went to the place for inspection and the place was dug out. A

  • 40 CBI officials to probe Vyapam scam from today

    New Delhi : A 40-member team of the CBI will reach Bhopal on Monday to take over the probe into the recruitment scam in the Madhya Pradesh Vyavsayik Pareeksha Mandal (Vyapam) and the over 40 deaths linked to it, officials said on Sunday.

  • Uddhav slams BJP for discussing ways to fight elections alone

    Mumbai : Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday slammed the BJP government in the state, saying it has no time to address the drought-like situation in Maharashtra, but is busy discussing how to contest polls alone.

  • State asks UoM to send proposal of film institute

    Mumbai : The state education department has asked the University of Mumbai to send a proposal for the start of a film training institute similar to FTII, in coastal Konkan.

  • Mhow not yet ready for disaster management

    MHOW: Seeing rainy season has already knocked but the district is not in any position to deal with the possibility of natural disaster taking place. The level of disaster management against fire breaking out, flood or dry is very poor and pathetic. The district is still ready with the ways which were used in the times of the British rule. The true picture of the capability of disaster management was revealed accidently

  • Infiltration bid foiled along LoC

    Srinagar : Security forces foiled a major infiltration bid along the Line of Control in Kashmir, killing three militants in Keran sector of Kupwara district, army officials said on Sunday.

  • APS celebrates Van Mahotsav

    MHOWV : an Mahotsava was celebrated at Army Public School with lots of zest and zeal. The event was celebrated for a week from July 6 to July 10. The programme was inaugurated by the Principal P.K Tiwari and Coordinator of Junior Wing Alex.The students planted saplings with the help of their teachers. They took the pledge of planting more and more trees. The event was conducted with lots of enthusiasm. The