Free Press Journal
  • Senior journalist files case of cheating against Bajaj Capital

    BHOPAL : The Habibganj police registered a case against senior officials of Bajaj Capital and Micro Technologies India Ltd, Mumbai (MTIL) on the charges cheating and criminal breach of trust on the complaint of senior journalist NK Singh who deposited money under fixed deposit scheme through Bajaj Capital in MTIL and the company didn’t refund the amount after maturity.

  • ‘Chalu’ BJP wants to poison people’s mind, says Akhilesh

    Lucknow : In a direct attack on BJP in the aftermath of Dadri killing, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Wednesday alleged the ‘chalu’ (cunning) party was bent on disturbing atmosphere in the state with an eye on polls and suggested countering them ‘intelligently’.

  • Transport minister suspends DTO for dereliction of duty

    BHOPAL: Transport minister Bhupendra Singh has suspended district transport officer (DTO), Rajgarh, Suryakant Tripathi for showing carelessness in duty. In an incident, a passenger bus met with an accident in Rajgarh district in which two persons including a child died.

  • CM to return after foreign tour today

    BHOPAL: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, after his tours to Japan and South Korea to promote foreign capital investment in the state, is arriving in the city on Thursday. Several South-East Asian Companies are enthusiastic for investment in the state after Chauhan’s 10-day tour. Several Companies and investors apprised Chauhan about the investment plans in the state on large scale. Chauhan during his tour received investment proposals to the tune of Rs

  • Will look beyond India if blockade goes on: Nepal

    New Delhi : Nepal will have to look beyond India if the blockade of its borders by anti-Constitution protesters which has hit essential supplies does not end and the obvious partner would be China, Nepalese Ambassador to New Delhi Deep Kumar Upadhyay stated on Wednesday.

  • Youth commits suicide by immolating self

    BHOPAL : A 22-year-old college student allegedly committed suicide by setting himself ablaze after pouring kerosene oil over herself in his house located at Timber Market within the limits of Chhola Mandir police station on Tuesday afternoon.

  • Army chief Gen Dalbir Singh Suhag paying his last respects to L/Nk Botta Satyam & Gunner Surendra, martyrs of the Hafruda Forest (J & K) after their mortal remains were brought in New Delhi on Tuesday.

    Rs 500 crore war memorial, museum soon at India Gate

    New Delhi : The government on Wednesday set the ball rolling for a Rs 500 crore National War Memorial and National War Museum near India Gate to be built in memory of over 22,500 soldiers who laid down their lives post-Independence with the cabinet approving the long-pending proposal. Described by Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a “perfect tribute” to the country’s brave soldiers, the memorial and the museum in Princess Park here is

  • HC notice to health director, PS over transferring med college seat

    BHOPAL : High Court on Wednesday issued notices to director and principal secretary of health department to clarify their stand over transferring 21 seats of Modern Institute of Medical Science, Indore, to management quota instead of allocating to general candidates if there was no candidate of SC, ST and OBC categories.

  • No compulsory retirement to any IAS officer in state

    BHOPAL : In a meeting of a high-powered committee, presided over by chief secretary Antony de Sa here on Wednesday, it was decided that no IAS officer in the state would be given compulsory retirement.

  • RJD chief runs dairy business to hide black money: Sushil

    Patna : Senior BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi on Wednesday charged RJD supremo Lalu Prasad with hiding black money that he allegedly made out of fodder scam by running dairy business and rearing cows. “It’s not out of respect for cow, a sacred animal for Hindus that Lalu Prasad is running dairy business and rearing cows, but he was doing so to hide black money that he has made out of the fodder

  • Dadri’s Bishada resents its ‘Peepli Live’ moment

    Bishada (UP) : A week into the lynching of Mohammad Iqlakh, residents of Dadri’s Bishada nurse a deep resentment over being ‘unfairly victimised’ as visitors make a beeline to the crime spot in the village where shards of glasses, broken sewing machines and a battered refrigerator mutely testifying the fateful night of September 28.

  • Shah asks Nitish, RaGa to clear stand on Lalu beef comment

    Lakhisarai (Bihar) : BJP president Amit Shah on Wednesday asked Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and Rahul Gandhi why they are ‘silent’ on RJD chief Lalu Yadav’s views on beef and asked them to come out openly whether they endorse it or not.

  • Akbaruddin Owaisi’s arrest order issued in Bihar

    Patna : Orders for the arrest of controversial AIMIM leader Akbaruddin Owaisi on the charge of using derogatory language against Prime Minister Narendra Modi during an election rally in Kishanganj district of the state were issued on Wednesday, police said.

  • I’m ‘most popular’ NDA campaigner, says Manjhi

    Patna : Calling himself the ‘most popular campaigner’ among the BJP’s allies in Bihar polls, maha Dalit leader Jitan Ram Manjhi on Wednesday asserted his party’s strike rate will be better than all other NDA constituents. He said the BJP-led alliance should have given him more seats as people ‘everywhere want to see me’.

  • Rajendra Nagar ROB, Tin Imli bridge will open next month

    Indore : Rajendra Nagar ROB and one arm of Tin Imli Bridge would be thrown open for people from next October. However, Banganga ROB would not be ready for road traffic before March 2016.

  • Azam hits back at opponents for slamming his UN remark

    Lucknow : Facing flak for taking the Dadri issue to the United Nations, senior UP minister Mohd Azam Khan On Wednesday hit back at his political opponents asking where were the ‘thekedaars’ of the society when Badaun case and those related to child labour were raised before the UN.

  • Sahitya Akademi questions Sahgal, Vajpeyi move

    New Delhi : Eminent writers Nayantara Sahgal and Ashok Vajpeyi on Wednesday drew support from the opposition parties for their decision to return the Sahitya Akademi awards with the Congress saying it reflected the anger in the country against ‘intolerance’.

  • JRF qualifiers to reduce number of vacant PhD seats

    Indore : Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV), which is disappointed over poor doctoral entrance test results and fears that many of its PhD seats will remain vacant, can heave a sigh of relief.