Free Press Journal
  • Yagyopavit must for Brahmins, says Dandi Swami

    Narsinghpur : A ceremony of Yagyopavit Sanskar is being going on at Tulsi Manas Bhawan in which Dandi Swami Sadanad Maharaj said that Yagyopavit Sanskar is like another birth of the Bramhins. After this ritual, a Brahmin becomes a real Brahmin.

  • Vendors booked for stone pelting at BMC officials

    BHOPAL: Some of the BMC officials sustained injuries in an incident of stone pelting at ward no-4 (zone-1), Bairagarh on Wednesday. A case has been registered against five vendors for pelting stones. Stones were pelted at the BMC’s anti-encroachment team which had gone to remove the vendors at Bairagarh. The case was registered against five agitators on a complaint filed by Health officer Kiran Chaudhary.

  • Bandhwar assumes charge of Mandsaur municipal president

    Mandsaur: Prahlad Bandhwar takes over the charge of municipal chairman. On his appointment welcome programme was organised at municipal corporation auditorium by the employees and officers in which legislator of Manasa Kailash Chawla, legislator of the city Yashpal singh sisodia, president of BJP nagar mandal Naresh chandwani, CMO Himanshu Bhatt, wife of Bandhwar Kaushalya bhandwar and others were present. Addressing the people on the occasion he said, I will assure you all

  • Administration taking strict steps to avoid any untoward incident

    Dhar : As the Basant Panchami draws near, the district administration is taking strict steps to avoid any untoward incident at the Bhojshala premises and nearby Kamal Maulana Masjid. Meanwhile, various social organisations are submitting memorandums to and pressurising the administration to perform the puja for whole day at Bhojshala premises on Basant Panchami. The local Muslim community leaders are not coming forward at present. But, some of the community leaders are

  • Cops ban drones, paragliders from Mumbai’s skies

    Mumbai : The Mumbai police on Wednesday issued an order banning drones, paragliders or remote-controlled aircrafts from being flown. This ban has been placed after recent reports of paragliders seen over the Juhu air base under suspicious circumstances.

  • Cancer survivors help patients deal with disease

    Mumbai : Patients who have battled cancer and are completely cured of the disease help cancer patients deal with their turmoil through counselling. The treatment of the disease often goes on for years, which ends up with the patients suffering from depression, but counselling and positive conversations ease their pain and loneliness, say cancer survivors-turned counsellors.

  • Narendra modi

    NaMo brushing up pro-poor, pro-farmer image

    BJP leaders described the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana as the biggest initiative for farmers since the Independence. Modi wants at least 50% farmers covered under it (more…)

  • Annual function held at Maharshi Baal Vidya Mandir

    Rewa : An annual function was organised at Maharshi Baal Vidya Mandir in which MLA Sundarlal Tiwari was present as the chief guest. The programme was headed by divisional officer, secondary education board Ashok Kaithwas.

  • SP Rajput holds Jansamvad

    Katni : Superintendent of police Gaurav Rajput organised a Jansamvad Khirhani Fatak in Venkat ward to abrogate the problem of intoxication in the Katni area. He also threatened those people who are indulged in the business of drugs and other intoxicant materials to leave the city in 48 hours.

  • It’s is a thumbs-up govt, wants to have a blast: Congress

    New Delhi : The Narendra Modi dispensation is a “Thumbs Up” government which always “wants to have a blast”, Congress said on Wednesday, taking a dig at it ahead of the start of the Make in India week programme in Mumbai.

  • SC invokes Muslim law to settle property dispute

    NEW DELHI : The Supreme Court has settled a 20-year old dispute over a commercial property of a Muslim family, validating one-third of it given in 1976 by one Hazi Azimuddin through a gift deed to the youngest son, who was then a minor.

  • Entire case of chinkaras poaching against Salman framed, says defence

    Jodhpur : Two and half months after the hearing on the appeal of Bollywood superstar Salman Khan against a 1-year jail sentence for poaching two chinkaras at Bhawad village of Jodhpur in October, 1998, the defence wrapped up its arguments on Tuesday before the Rajasthan High Court saying the entire case was framed against the actor.

  • ‘Placebo’ snares Golden Conch

    Mumbai : Swiss entry ‘My Name is Salt’ and the Indian film, ‘Placebo’, shared the Golden Conch for the Best Feature Length Documentary Film, while Manipuri documentary film “Phum Shang” bagged the Golden Conch Award for the Best Documentary Film (up to 60 minutes) at the 14th Mumbai International Film Festival for Documentary, Animation and Short Films, MIFF 2016, which concluded today with a rousing finale at the Ravindr Natya Mandir.

  • IT Hub turns strip & chase city

    Tanzanian girl beaten up, stripped and chased by mob for a crime she did not commit

  • Make In India

    Supreme Court nod to ‘Make in India’ at Chowpatty 

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Wednesday stayed a Bombay High Court order and allowed the Maharashtra government to hold an event at Chowpatty beach to kick start the ‘Make in India Week’ programme, which will be attended by the Prime Minister.