Free Press Journal
  • RSS hauls government, BJP on coals

    BHOPAL :  The state scenario was discussed at a coordination meeting between Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and BJP here on Saturday. In the meeting, that began at 4 pm and continued till late in the evening, RSS leaders severely rebuked the government and BJP organisation.

  • Abhay Mishra walks back into BJP courtesy of Maihar polls

    BHOPAL :  The Bharatiya Janata Party has decided to withdraw the suspension of former MLA and Rewa District Panchayat President Abhay Mishra from the primary membership of the party.

  • 40-plus inspectors to monitor food quality in Simhastha

    BHOPAL :  The Food and Drug department had planned to depute their officials in the Simhastha, to control food adulteration and also to control food poisoning cases during the occasion. The Simhastha is schedule to start from 22nd of April as the first holy bath and will conclude on 21st of May.

  • Conman flees with TV, other equipment

    Indore :  Police have registered a case against a conman, who ordered electronic equipment from a shop, got them delivered to a fake address and then vanished with goods without paying for them.

  • Yet another sex racket busted, 7 arrested

    Indore :  Heera Nagar police on Saturday busted yet another sex racket being operated from a house in Scheme No 136 and arrested seven persons, including two women.

  • Gandhi’s death anniversary observed

    Indore: Various institutes and organisations paid rich tributes to father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi on his death anniversary.

  • Deliver boy of Online goods robbed

    Indore : In a broad daylight incident, a delivery boy of an online shopping company was robbed of Rs 14000 by three bike-borne miscreants in Rajendra Nagar area on Saturday. Police have started an investigation into the matter.

  • Two Road overbridge, one overbridge to be ready by March

    Indore :  While reviewing preparations for the Simhastha on Saturday, Collector P Narahari said that two ROB at Supper Corridor and Banganga and Teen Imli Road overbridge would be ready for traffic by March end.

  • 1,000 school buses to be hired for Simhasta

    Indore: Over 1000 school buses will be hired for the Simhasta mela. These buses will be run on different routes from the city for the devotees. Collector P Narahari informed school directors in a meeting held here on Saturday at his office.

  • Linking terrorism with faith will help terror groups: Naqvi

    Bengaluru : Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Saturday said linking terrorism with any particular religion would only help terror forces to succeed in their motives as they use “division and confrontation in the society as their weapon”.

  • Venkaiah plea to Oppn: Don’t disrupt Parliament

    Hyderabad : Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister M Venkaiah Naidu on Saturday said the Government has “no problem” in discussing Arunachal Pradesh and Rohith Vemula issues in the Budget session of Parliament and suggested that the Opposition refrain from disrupting the House proceedings.

  • Licence Raj nearly ends in State’s hospitality sector

    Mumbai : In an effort to cut down the number of licences for the hotel and hospitability industry under the ‘Ease of doing business’ initiative, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has decided to do away with need to obtain five licences related to the home department.

  • Diggy: Cong has always fought for Dalit rights

    Varanasi : The Congress Party has always been at the forefront when it comes to championing Dalit rights and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has a habit of always criticising, said General Secretary Digvijaya Singh on Saturday.

  • Attempt to glorify assassin of Gandhi unfortunate: Diggy

    Varanasi : Senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh on Saturday termed as “unfortunate” the alleged attempts to “glorify” Nathuram Godse when the world was following the path of non-violence shown by Mahatma Gandhi.

  • “I have been following up the prominent issues of making the area of international airport free from the slums and removing encroachments on the defence land.”

    Poonam Mahajan eyeing bigger role in city affairs

    Mumbai : BJP MP from Mumbai North Central Poonam Mahajan is planning to play a major role in the city’s affairs with building of the International Finance Centre (IFC) in her constituency.