Free Press Journal
  • Maran moves Supreme Court seeking stay on bail cancellation

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court will hear on Wednesday a plea by former communication minister Dayanidhi Maran seeking stay of the cancellation of his anticipatory bail in an alleged illegal telephone exchange case by the Madras High Court.

  • Biopic on life and times of Mulayam

    Lucknow : The life and struggle of Mulayam Singh Yadav is all set to get a big screen treatment with a biopic coming up on the SP supremo actor and Raghuvir Yadav donning the lead role. The muhurat of “Netaji – Mulayam Singh Yadav” will be done by Mulayam’s brother and senior cabinet minister Shivpal Yadav tomorrow.

  • India can boycott but will not invite J-K Assembly Speaker: Pakistan

    Islamabad : Refusing to budge from its stand, Pakistan has said come what may it will not invite the Speaker of the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly to the Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference here and if India boycotts the meeting it is “their choice”.

  • Govt files case against Maggi seeking Rs 640- cr in damages

    New Delhi : Acting against Nestle India over the Maggi issue, the government on Tuesday approached consumer forum NCDRC seeking damages worth Rs 640 crore from the company on charges of unfair trade practices, false labelling and misleading advertisements of the popular noodles brand.

  • Modi would not be PM had I stayed in BJP: Vaghela

    Ahmedabad : Senior Congress leader Shankersinh Vaghela on Tuesday claimed that Narendra Modi may not have become the Prime Minister if he had chosen to stay in the Bharatiya Janata Paty (BJP).

  • Kho-Kho, kabaddi competitions organized

    ALIRAJPUR : district youth and sports department organized kho-kho and kabaddi competitions at local sports ground recently. While area MLA Nagar Singh Chauhan was the chief guest at the inaugural, SP Kumar Saurabh attended the function as special guest. In all, seven teams of boys and four of girls took part in the kabaddi competition. Similarly in kho-kho, seven teams of boys and three teams of girls fought for the supremacy.

  • JDU launches ‘Shabd Wapsi’ campaign

    Patna : JD(U) on Tuesday rolled out its ‘Shabd Wapsi’ (take back your words) campaign as part of which DNA samples along with signatures will be sent to Prime Minister Narendra Modi demanding that he retracts his DNA barb against Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.

  • Kerala IGP did copy :Varsity

    Kottayam : A probe committee appointed by the MG University here on Tuesday confirmed that Kerala Inspector General of Police T.J.Jose had indulged in copying while appearing in the masters in law (LLM) examination in May.

  • Pregnant woman alleges rape by two Army men

    Guwahati : The pregnant wife of a suspected overground worker of NDFB(S) has alleged that she was raped by two Army personnel in Kokrajhar but the army denied the charge today and also filed a counter FIR against the rebel group for trying to “malign its image”. The Assam government meanwhile announced a magisterial inquiry on Tuesday into the issue.

  • BRTS alternate routes to be developed

    Indore : In order to lessen traffic pressure on BRTS, work on alternate routes would start in 10 days. The district administration along with the IMC has identified these routes.

  • Jitendra awarded Phd in martial arts

    SENDHWA : Serving as the sports teacher at a private school, Jitendra Bhadane was awarded philosophy doctorate diploma (Phd) by Dr Jagdish Khatri from Jagtik Combat Martial Arts and Science College Mumbai. He was also honoured with Koko Kushi, Budi Bushi style’s black belt and 7den awards.

  • ‘Send govt property encroachers to jail’ : Collector

    KHARGONE : Instructing the respective Revenue Department officers, collector Neeraj Dubey asked to take civil jail sending action against the encroachers on government properties. Stating in clear words, collector passed the instructions during a meeting with the Revenue Department officers while upper collector P R Katroliya, SDO Revenue and tahsildar were present.

  • HC stays Apex Bank board polls

    Indore : Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court on Tuesday stayed elections Apex Bank’s board of directors scheduled for next week, on a petition alleging that the polls are in violation of norms. The court directed the state government to file its reply on the petition within two weeks.

  • Man kills self, leaves suicide note on arm

    Indore : A youth committed suicide in an ashram near Bada Ganpati late on Monday night by hanging himself from the ceiling. He wrote a suicide note using mehandi and blamed the ashram mahant for his death. Police have sent the body for autopsy and registered a case.

  • Brawl breaks out at Choithram Mandi over eviction

    Indore : Panic gripped Choitram Mandi on Tuesday morning when a security guard discharged his gun in the air to disperse the unruly crowd following an argument between the retailers and mandi management.

  • Unexploded WWII bomb in London, over 100 evacuated

    London : The discovery of a 227-kg unexploded World War II-era bomb has led authorities here to evacuate over 150 people, who had to spend the night in a rest centre in east London.

  • Absence of digital signature hits map approval

    Indore : In the absence of digital signature of the General Manager (Industry), layout plans of at least four industries are pending with the Indore Municipal corporation (IMC) for the last four months. Though online system for approval of plans is established, yet the provision for the GM’s digital signature is not made.