Free Press Journal
  • BJP flounders in all Assembly constituencies

    BHOPAL : The anti-incumbency factor seems to have come into play in the State. The results of Ratlam Lok Sabha and Dewas Assembly bye-polls show that the BJP has got lesser votes in all the nine seats vis-à-vis the 2013 Assembly elections. In seven constituency, it lost to Congress and in the remaining two its victory margin has shrunk.

  • Shooter among 5 nabbed by police

    Indore/Mhow :  Five persons, including the shooter, were arrested by the police in connection with murder of Advocate Yogesh Garg on November 18 in Mhow.

  • Two held for abetting PMT aspirant’s suicide

    BHOPAL : The Kamla Nagar police on Tuesday registered a case of abetment to suicide against two youth in connection with the suicide of 20-year-old Shubham Yadav, resident of Sudama Nagar, within the limits of Kamla Nagar police station area, whose body was recovered by the Ratibad police from Upper Lake near Goregaon village near Suraj Nagar on Monday morning.

  • AIMIM poster torn; 8 held

    BHOPAL : A meeting of members of both the communities was organised at the Bajaria police station where the members univocally condemned the incident of poster of a political group was torn off by a group after which the other group members vandalised some shops in the early hours of Tuesday in the Bajaria police station area.

  • Looter escapes with handbag of woman carrying cash, jewellery

    BHOPAL : An unidentified looter snatched the handbag of a 40-year-old woman and fled while she was returning home from one of her relatives’ house along with her daughter in Bairagarh area on Monday night. The bag contained cash, gold jewellery and a cheque along with other documents.

  • Ken-Betwa linking will only benefit Corporates: Waterman

    BHOPAL : ‘Waterman of India’ Rajendra Singh, addressing a seminar on “Integrated Water Resources Management and Sustainable Development in Budelkhand on Tuesday, said, “Ken-Betwa river project is not a linking project.

  • Putin livid as Turkey downs Russian plane

    Turkey and Russia have long been at loggerheads over the Syrian conflict, with Ankara seeking Assad’s overthrow while Moscow does everything to keep him in power.

  • Rahul Gandhi

    Bullying won’t do: Congress

    New Delhi : Commenting on these developments, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi said that instead of branding all those who question the govern-ment and Prime Minister Narendra Modi as unpatriotic, anti-national or ‘motivated’, the government would do better to reach out to people to understand what’s disturbing them. “That’s the way to solve problems in India – not by bullying, threatening and abusing,” he said. Party spokesperson Abhishek Manu Singhvi said that there is nothing

  • shivraj-Singh-Chauhan

    BJP loses its first Lok Sabha seat

    Congress wrests Jhabua; BJP, however, retains Dewas assembly seat; saffron party loses to TRS but makes debut in Manipur.

  • India seeks Swiss help to probe Preneet Kaur a/c

    Berne/New Delhi : As Indian tax authorities continue to probe several citizens who are holding Swiss bank accounts, Switzerland on Tuesday said India has sought assistance in the investigation into accounts allegedly held by former Congress minister Preneet Kaur and her son Raninder Singh. Under the Swiss norms for ‘assistance’ in tax matters, which could involve sharing of account and other details, the Federal Tax Administration of Switzerland has also asked Kaur and Singh

  • Asaduddin Owaisi

    Muslims will not leave India, come what may, says Owaisi

    Hyderabad :  All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi on Tuesday said that Muslims would not leave the country, come what may, and that they would continue to live here as “proud Indians”.

  • Sheena Bora

    Indrani had willed her properties to Vidhie

    Mumbai : The case against Indrani Mukerjea, the prime accused in the Sheena Bora murder case, is becoming stronger by the day. The latest incriminating disclosure is that she had willed most of her property to Vidhie Khanna, her daughter from an earlier marriage to Sanjeev Khanna, a co-accused in the case, the CBI chargesheet said. The will and several of Indrani’s emails, which are a part of the chargesheet, state that Indrani

  • Haryana min sees Pakistan hand behind intolerance

    Ambala (Har): Haryana minister Anil Vij today gave a new twist to the intolerance issue, alleging some people were raking it up at Pakistan’s behest to thwart India’s chances of getting permanent membership of the UN Security Council.

  • Statement not hostile to govt: Shashi Tharoor

    New Delhi: Siding with actor Aamir Khan, Congress leader Shashi Tharoor on Tuesday said that the former’s statement was taken out of context and added that it was in no way hostile to the government.

  • Leaving country will at least reduce population: Adityanath

    New Delhi :  BJP MP and Hindutva leader Yogi Adityanath today took a swipe at Aamir Khan, saying nobody has stopped him from leaving India if he wants to and it will help reduce the country’s population.

  • Maternity leave may be increased to 26 weeks

    New Delhi :  The government has firmed up plans to increase the maternity leave for working women from the existing 12 weeks to 26 weeks.

  • Hug taint: Good that I left Arvind’s company: Anna

    Mumbai :  Social activist Anna Hazare today expressed his disappointment on the warm embrace his former protégé, Arvind Kejriwal, and Lalu Prasad shared on stage on the sidelines of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s oath ceremony in Patna on Friday.

  • Milkha Singh

    How will returning awards affect government? asks Milkha Singh

    Chandigarh: Legendary athlete Milkha Singh today joined the debate over the returning of awards, saying there are other ways to protest in a democratic country like India and giving back awards will not set a system right.