Free Press Journal
  • Saddened at intolerance: Mamata Banerjee

    Kolkata:  West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday said she was “saddened” at the level of intolerance in the country and asked people to “act for unity”.

  • Raghuram Rajan

    President, RBI governor bat for tolerance

    New Delhi:  With growing clamour against recent incidents of intolerance across the country, President Pranab Mukherjee and RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan on Saturday emphasised for tolerance to take the country forward.

  • Bihar polls: 12 percent turnout till 9 am

    Patna: Around 12 percent polling was recorded on Sunday in the first two hours of fourth phase of the Bihar assembly elections, officials said, adding no incident of violence was reported so far.

  • Publisher of secular books hacked to death in B’desh

    Dhaka : A Bangladeshi publisher, who worked with slain atheist writer and blogger Avijit Roy, was hacked to death by unidentified assailants here, shortly after two secular bloggers and another publisher of Roy were attacked in a separate incident. Faisal Arefin Dipan (in Pic), 43, was killed in his third-floor office in central Dhaka locality of Shabagh, very near the venue of months of demonstrations demanding capital punishment for Jamaat-e-Islami leaders and other

  • 6 fake Crime Branch cops held by police

    Indore : Rajendra Nagar police on Friday night nabbed six persons for posing as Crime Branch officials and extorting money from innocent public.

  • Lodge FIRs against 2 builders:DM

    Indore : In a major development, Collector P Narahari issued orders to lodge FIRs against two builders, on Saturday. Probably, for the first time such drastic step was taken during the tenure of the Collector.

  • Govt to give warehouses for pharma cos: Shah

    Indore : Minister of Food Supplies Vijay Shah has said the state government has been planning to give its warehouses to the pharmaceutical companies for storage of medicines.

  • Dial 1912 and get resolve Discom complaint in 3 hr

    Indore : On the occasion of Foundation Day of the state, the MP Paschim Kshetra Power Discom is going to roll out most-awaited satellite call centre to lodge complaints related to Discom.

  • Two hurt as two groups clash

    Indore : Two groups clashed violently on Friday night, leaving two persons, including a woman seriously injured.

  • Railways to complete Simhasta Fair related work by January

    Indore : Divisional Railway Manager (DRM) of Ratlam Division Manoj Sharma announced on Saturday that all Simhasta-related work currently going on in and around the city would be completed by January 2016. However, he did not give time frame for the Indore-Mhow gauge conversion.

  • Schools students attend lectures at IIM-Indore

    Indore : Students of Class XII of Government School at Janpav Kuti joined one-day activities of the MBA 1st year students of IIM-Indore on Saturday.

  • Man ends life by slitting throat

    Indore : A youth slit his throat with a sharp-edged weapon and committed suicide late on Friday night. A note was found on his person stating that he was depressed and therefore took the extreme step.

  • Axe may fall on Rajora, Rai

    BHOPAL : Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan is extremely annoyed over the poor work at the ground level in the departments of Agriculture, Electricity and PHE, which were his priorities.

  • Commissioner Pastor wants Ramghat clean by Monday

    Ujjain : Divisional Commissioner Ravindra Pastor during a sudden visit to the Ramghat took the stock of ongoing conditions on Saturday and a the contractors for practicing laxity in ghat cleaning. Pastor ordered the contractor to put up extra machines and labour and make Ramghat spick and span till Monday.

  • PWD challenged over rotary construction: Jain

    Ujjain : State Planning Board Vice-chairman Babulal Jain chaired a Simhastha review meeting on Saturday. He questioned PWD why they were unable to build a rotary at Pipe Factory square when engineering has made immense progress. PWD expressed inability to build rotary due to some technical reasons.

  • Juna Akhada changes Peshwayi route!

    Ujjain : Juna Akhada, the most prominent Shaiva Akhada has decided to change the route for their Peshwayi procession during the Simhastha Fair. The decision was sealed in the second day of core committee meeting that was held here at Dutt Akhada on Saturday. Speaker of the assembly Swami Bhagwat Puriji, half heartedly passed the resolution on changing the 1000 year old Peshwayi route.

  • Cops clueless about miscreant looting Rs 7L, laptop from car

    BHOPAL : The MP Nagar police was groping in the dark and still remain clueless about the miscreant who stole a bag containing Rs 7.5 lakh and a laptop from a car by swindling its owner using currency notes in broad daylight in-front of Bhopal Haat near SP office in MP Nagar even after 24 hours of the incident.