Free Press Journal
  • Mufti Mohammad Sayeed

    Congregational prayers held for Sayeed in Kashmir

    Srinagar :  The ‘Fateha’ prayers were offered for late chief minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed on Sunday at the Muftis’ native town Bijbehara in south Kashmir.

  • Oommen Chandy

    Happiest at CPI-M’s new development agenda, says Chandy

    Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy on Sunday expressed happiness at the CPI-M’s ongoing two-day 4th edition of International Congress on Kerala Studies here endorsing development plank of the state.

  • Manipur quake victims resent government apathy

    Imphal : A week after an earthquake jolted Manipur, the people here have started resenting the government apathy, notwithstanding the repeated assurances that they would be provided relief materials.

  • Gopal Rai

    Delhi odd-even scheme not to be extended: Gopal Rai

    New Delhi : Delhi Transport Minister Gopal Rai said on Saturday that the odd-even car restriction scheme would not be extended beyond 15 days and termed as “false” reports saying it could go on.

  • Nitin Gadkari, Sonia Gandhi to visit Srinagar

    Srinagar: Union minister Nitin Gadkari and Congress president Sonia Gandhi are scheduled to visit Srinagar on Sunday to offer condolences to the family of late chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir Mufti Muhammad Sayeed.

  • Three children die in Delhi slum fire

    New Delhi :  Three siblings were burnt to death and another child suffered serious injuries in a fire that broke out in a slum here, the Delhi Fire Service (DFS) said on Sunday.

  • Airstrike

    39 killed in Syria air strike

    Damascus : At least 39 people were killed on Saturday when an airstrike targeted a prison in a rebel-held area in Syria’s northwestern province of Idlib, a monitor group reported.

  • All set to set up new records

    When every cricket fan hoped that Sachin Tendulkar will actually retire and give others a chance to set up new batting records the Master Blaster had different ideas .V GANGADHAR probes.

  • Let us open our arms out to our elders

    SUMA VARUGHESE says that elders in the Indian society are being increasingly neglected and are very vulnerable.

  • What happens in the mind when we meditate?

    Meditation is like net practice, we find it very difficult at first, but we get better with practice, writes DR SHRIRANG BAKHLE.

  • Mother-in-laws disinterest

    I have a problem with my mother in law. Recently we moved into different flats in the same building. But since I have had a baby I have noticed my mother in law has just put her hands up from taking any responsibility towards her grandchild. She doesn’t even come up o play with her nor does she ever ask me to send my daughter down to her. I don’t understand why

  • Book Review: Sayyid Ahmad Barailvi

    Reform and jihad were intended to purify and protect the Indian Muslims from innovations and the atrocities of the British and Sikhs, respectively.

  • MGM students allege ragging by seniors, super seniors

    Indore : The MGM Medical College is once again in news for wrong reasons as some students of the 2015 under graduate batch have lodged a complaint of ragging against their seniors and super seniors with the Anti-Ragging Committee of the college.

  • Simhasta Fair: Rly, admn, BSNL on toes

    Indore : Following the reprimand by general manager (GM) of Western Railway (WR) GC Agrawal, the top officials of the Ratlam division rush to the city railway station and explored possibility of expediting the remaining construction works. Two lifts at Bal Vinay Mandir platforms and two escalators at the main station are to be installed before Simhasta fair.

  • Batting woes continue, bowlers deliver for India

    Perth : Rohit Sharma and Manish Pandey sparkled with half-centuries but rest of India’s batsmen put up a lacklustre performance before the bowlers came good to hand the team a 64-run win over a second string Western Australia XI in the warm-up One-Day cricket match here on Saturday.

  • Admn, police, IMC, IDA heads review preparations

    Indore : In view of the forthcoming Simhasta Fair at Ujjain, the heads of district administration, police, IMC and IDA came out on ground on Saturday to review preparations and to draw plan to manage the huge crowd.