Free Press Journal
  • PM recruits people spreading hatred on constitutional posts: Congress

    New Delhi : The Congress Party on Monday lashed out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over Assam Governor P. B. Acharya’s ‘Indian Muslims are free to go to Pakistan or Bangladesh’ remark and alleged that he recruits communal people at important constitutional positions.

  • Jayalalithaa

    TN govt pegs flood damage at Rs 8,481 cr, Jaya writes to PM

    Chennai: With the North East monsoon leaving a trail of destruction in Tamil Nadu, the state government today pegged the damage at Rs 8,481 crore, with Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa urging Prime Minister Narendra Modi to immediately release Rs 2,000 crore to sustain relief work.

  • Nepal: At least four killed in clash between police and protesters

    Kathmandu : At least four people were killed in clashes between the Nepalese security forces and protesters in several parts of the eastern and central Tarai, a region already reeling under an acute shortage of essential supplies.

  • Rape case

    Woman raped by father-in-law

    Palghar: A 30-year-old woman was allegedly raped by her father-in-law here after which he was roughed up by locals prompting him to flee his village Nikha-Gaotanpada, police said today.

  • Saharanpur: Rahul Gandhi to lead ‘Kisan Padyatra’ today

    Saharanpur : Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi will interact with the sugarcane farmers and take part in a march to highlight their problems in Uttar Pradesh’s Saharanpur district today.

  • Few takers for online voting in Gujarat civic body polls

    Ahmedabad : E-voting introduced by Gujarat State Election Commission for polling in six municipal corporations held yesterday, had very few takers as only 806 people voted online out of the total of over 95.9 lakh voters.

  • ISIS using internet to recruit, garner support: Manohar Parrikar

    New Delhi : Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Monday expressed concern over the widespread use of the internet by the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIS) to recruit more followers and garner major support.

  • Liquor ban

    85 cartons of liquor being smuggled to lure voters seized

    Muzaffarnagar: A team of district excise department officials has seized 85 cartons of liquor which were allegedly being smuggled to lure voters for the gram pradhan elections, an official said here today.

  • Firing by Pakistan

    Kupwara: Massive operation underway to smoke out terrorists

    Srinagar : In a massive encounter that has entered its second day today, Indian Army personnel are engaged in a search operation to flush out hiding terrorists from the Rajwar forests in Handwara, Jammu and Kashmir.

  • Narendra modi

    India, Malaysia to deepen cooperation in security, defence: PM Narendra Modi

    Putrajaya: India and Malaysia will deepen cooperation in security and defence, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today as he emphasised that the recent attacks globally and the “ceaseless” terror attempts against India and Afghanistan were a reminder of the global nature of terrorism.

  • PM Narendra Modi holds talks with Najib Razak

    Putrajaya (Malaysia): Prime Minister Narendra Modi today held talks with his Malaysian counterpart Najib Razak on ways to ramp up bilateral cooperation with the focus on building a “well-rounded partnership”.

  • Oil Price, Down

    Oil down in Asia on oversupply fears

    Singapore: Oil prices fell in Asia today, extending their slide as a stronger dollar and news that world stockpiles have reached a record high put pressure on futures.

  • Sensex Recovers

    Sensex climbs 90 points on Asian cues

    Mumbai : Extending its winning run for the third straight session, the benchmark BSE Sensex gained 90 points to 25,958.04 in early trade today on sustained buying by participants, tracking positive cues in Asian markets.

  • Rupee down

    Rupee down 11 paise vs dollar in early trade

    Mumbai: The rupee depreciated by 11 paise to 66.30 against the US dollar in early trade today due to appreciation in the US currency overseas.

  • ‘Indore has advanced hosps but lacks expertise’

    Indore : On the concluding day of the 56th annual gastroenterology conference, ISGCON 2015, several medicos raised their concern over poor standard of medical education in the City and its effect on the treatment.

  • Paperless university: Final meeting on automaton project on Tuesday

    Indore : In what is said to be final review meeting on web-based university management system, an ambitious automation project of the State Government proposed by Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, would be held at Bhopal on Tuesday.

  • Bhaiyyu Maharaj’s wife cremated

    Indore: Last rites of Madhvi Deshmukh, wife of spiritual leader Bhaiyyu Maharaj, were performed at Meghdoot Crematorium on Sunday. Large numbers of political leaders, officials and followers attended the funeral.

  • FIR lodged in daylight robbery case of Gulabbag Colony

    Indore : Lasudia police finally lodged an FIR in the case of the broad daylight incident of robbery which had taken place a couple of weeks ago in Gulabbag colony. The police did not file any case after the incident as earlier the police believed the incident to be under suspicion.

  • Dist admn holds 160 eye check-up camps

    Indore: The district administration is holding 160 eye check-up camps and cataract surgery throughout the district from December 15. The camps will be held both in rural as well as urban areas.