Free Press Journal
  • Cylinder blast in Jhabua Madhya Pradesh

    Jhabua blast: Rajendra Kasawa’s family released after interrogation

    Jhabua: Rajendra Kasawa’s wife, son and daughter were released yesterday by the police after being interrogated in connection with the Jhabua blast incident. A case was registered against Kasawa for keeping gelatine sticks in his house, which ultimately resulted in the explosion. Explosives were found in a godown owned by Kasawa, who absconded after the explosion. The death toll in the blast reached 89 and around 100 people were injured in the accident.

  • PSV thrash Man U 2-1 in Champions League opener

    Johannesburg : PSV Eindhoven started off their Champions League by defeating Manchester United 2-1 in the opening match at Philips Stadium on Tuesday. United’s Memphis Depay, who returned to the club where he made his name, scored an opening goal for his side in 41st minute, Sport24 reported. But just four minute after United’s goal, central defender Hector Moreno’goal leveled the score. PSV winger Luciano Narsingh doubled the lead in 57th minute to claim their

  • Narendra Modi

    Congress may approach EC to demand ban on PM’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’ program

    New Delhi : The Congress Party is likely to approach the Election Commission of India seeking a ban on the broadcast of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’ program, which is scheduled to be aired on Sunday. According to reports, the Congress is citing the Model Code of Conduct, which is presently in place for the upcoming Bihar Assembly elections, as the reason for opposing the ‘Mann Ki Baat’ program. Prime Minister Modi

  • President Pranab Mukherjee to meet Ranil Wickremesinghe today

    New Delhi : Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe will meet President Pranab Mukherjee at Rashtrapati Bhawan here today. Sri Lankan Prime Minister is also scheduled to meet Union Minister of Finance Arun Jaitley later today. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday welcomed his Sri Lankan counterpart and said that he had an excellent discussion with the latter on a number of prominent issues concerning both countries. Wickremesinghe met External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, Railway

  • Council of Europe to probe Hungary migration

    Strasbourg: Secretary General for the Council of Europe, Thorbjorn Jagland, said he would write to Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban about new legislation in Hungary on the migration crisis.

  • Facebook, Dislike

    Facebook to introduce ‘dislike’ button

    Houston: After years of speculation and member requests, Facebook is finally working on a ‘dislike’ button that would not “downvote” posts but instead let users express other emotions, CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said.

  • Serena Williams

    Serena Williams says US Open match was a win, not a loss

    New York: Serena Williams says her recent US Open defeat was not a loss, but a win and a learning experience and that she’s happy for the opponent, Roberta Vinci, who derailed her quest for a Grand Slam.

  • FC Goa beat Al Shabab 2-1

    Dubai: FC Goa recorded an emphatic 2-1 win over Al Shabab in their second friendly ahead of the upcoming second edition of the Indian Super League (ISL) at the Al Shabab stadium here.

  • More Republicans see Donald Trump as their best bet

    Washington: As rival Republican presidential candidates looked for ways of combating a surging Donald Trump, a new poll suggested that party supporters increasingly think he was their best bet for the 2016 presidential race.

  • Ceasefire Pakistan

    Pakistan violates ceasefire on LoC

    Jammu : Pakistan army on Wednesday resorted to unprovoked shelling and firing at Indian positions on the line of control (LoC) in Poonch district of Jammu region, police said.

  • Sensex up

    Sensex climbs 207 points, tracking global cues

    Mumbai: The benchmark BSE Sensex spurted over 207 points to 25,913.14 in early trade today on across-the-board buying, tracking rally in global markets.

  • Rupee down

    Rupee weakens 11 to 66.47 paise against dollar

    Mumbai : The rupee depreciated another 11 paise to 66.47 against the dollar in early trade today on foreign funds outflows amid a significant slump in the country’s exports.

  • Barack Obama

    Barack Obama nominates FDA’s No 2 official to lead agency

    Washington: President Barack Obama has nominated the Food and Drug Administration’s second-highest ranking official, Dr Robert Califf, to lead the agency, which regulates consumer products ranging from medications to seafood to cigarettes.

  • European Union

    EU to hold emergency meeting on refugee issue

    Brussels: European Union (EU) interior ministers will hold an emergency meeting on September 22 to cope with refugee crisis, officials said.

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  • Truck with 306 LPG cylinders catches fire near petrol bunk

    BHOPAL : What could have another Petlawad was averted in the Kolar area where a truck laden with 306 LPG cylinders caught fire near a petrol pump in Beema Kunj area on Tuesday morning at around 10.40 am. However the alert truck driver immediately detached the cabin of the truck from the rest of the body so the cylinders could not catch fire.

  • Petlawad: Restoring normalcy is top priority, says CM

    BHOPAL : Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, addressing the concluding session of the BJP Bhopal District Executive body meet said on Tuesday that the Petlawad tragedy was the saddest incident of his life. This tragedy is a challenge for the political leadership as well as administration, CM said, adding, ” I shared the pain of over 80 bereaved families by having direct interaction with him.