Free Press Journal
  • Netaji’s kin want files on Shastri to be declassified

    Kolkata : The family members of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose on Friday pressed for declassification of files on former Prime Minister the late Lal Bhahdur Shastri, kept in India and Russia to unravel the mystery of his death.

  • K’taka CM does a Modi, speaks on radio on Bapu

    Bengaluru: Inspired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s monthly radio programme, Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Friday addressed the people of the state through radio to mark Mahatma Gandhi’s 146th birth anniversary.

  • Harassed by cops, engg student ends life

    BHOPAL : A 22-year-old student of engineering committed suicide by jumping in front of the train under the Chetak Bridge within the limits of Govindpura police station on Friday morning. The Govindpura police reached the spot following the information and sent the body for post-mortem examinations after completing documental formalities. Police found a suicide note written in the mathematics rough book of the deceased in which he wrote that as his name

  • Panic button in cell-tels for safety of women?

    New Delhi : For women’s safety, the government is considering introduction of a panic button in cell phones and has asked all mobile phone manufacturers to work out the feasibility of such a feature, Women and Child Development Minister Maneka Gandhi said on Friday.

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi pays tributes at Rajghat on the occasion of Mahatma Gandhi’s birth anniversary, in New Delhi on Friday. PTI

    Modi asks ‘Swachh Bharat’ critics to just step aside

    New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said linking ‘Swachh Bharat’ drive with government or a political party  will lead to its failure and took a dig at the critics of his pet scheme, saying those who cannot be a part of it should step aside but not criticise.

  • No one supports others in DAVV: Registrar

    Indore : Stating that nobody had come to support him when ink was thrown on him by a student leader some months back, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) Registrar RD Musalgaonkar said that one should expect support from others in the university.

  • Clean City- Green City drive launched with fanfare

    Ujjain : Flagship programme of the Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC) to sensitize people about the need of sanitation and civic responsibility, Clean City-Green City was launched on Friday.

  • Dengue crisis: Delhi notices to 14 doctors

    New Delhi :  As Delhi continues to grapple with the raging dengue crisis that has claimed 37 lives so far, 14 doctors have been served show cause notices after they were found “sleeping or loitering” during duty hours.

  • Man found murdered near Makdon

    Ujjain : A man in his fifties was found murdered in a secluded area near Rupakhedi village the Ujjain-Agar road under the Makdon police circle here on Friday.

  • Over a dozen hurt in group clash

    Ujjain : Over a dozen people were injured after groups clashed in the Hammalwadi locality of the city on late Thursday.

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi during inauguration of Rooftop Solar Power Plant at District Court in Khunti on Friday. -PTI

    For PM Modi, Bihar CM is ‘too arrogant to be trusted’

    Banka : Attacking Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said he is ‘too arrogant’ to be trusted with governance and asked people to back development agenda of BJP to change the state’s fortunes.

  • CPI(M) condemns ‘brutal’ lathicharge on Comrades

    New Delhi : The CPI(M) condemned the ‘brutal’ lathicharge on Left workers in Kolkata and urged ‘democratic minded’ people to raise their voices against attempts to ‘muzzle’ democratic dissent in West Bengal. The politburo condemns the brutal lathicharge on peaceful protesters in Kolkata on October 1. It also condemns use of male policemen to attack the women who were participating in the procession, said a statement issued here on Friday.

  • Public sanitation found wanting in the city

    Ujjain : Imagine enjoying yourself a day in busy markets of the city when nature calls. You are doomed unless there is hotel or an acquaintance’s house nearby.

  • Lalu asks PM to ‘deliver now or never’

    Banka  : Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Prasad Yadav on Friday urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to stop delivering what he called ‘false promises’ and to start delivering to the people of Bihar, especially the youth. “Youths are angry, the prime minister is liar. They had promised two crores jobs for the youths but that were completely false. They should tell whether they have a youth leader in Bihar,” tweeted Lalu

  • Netaji files: AIFB to ‘pressurise’ the Centre

    Kolkata : The All India Forward Bloc said it will call a meeting of non Congress and non-BJP parties to pressurise the Centre to release files on the Netaji and alleged that the TMC government in West Bengal declassified the files on the nationalist leader with a ‘political motive.’

  • Senior citizens shares their experience with students at Aashram

    Ujjain : During Three days function of International Senior Citizen Day, students of Lokmanya Vidhya Niketan of Indore interacted with aged residents of Sewadham and remembered Mahatma Gandhi on Friday (October2).

  • CAB holds meeting for Simahastha duties

    Ujjain : Local unit of Child Advisory Board (CAB) held the meeting of advisory board to discuss the duties of Simhastha Fair-2016. ASP Rajesh Singh presided over the meeting.