Free Press Journal
  • Children spend gala time with commissioner

    BURHANPUR : Angandwadi children of Titgaon village enjoyed a gala time with divisional commissioner Sanjay Dubey here on Friday. The commissioner was here to inspect the village under the Smart Village project. He was highly impressed by the enthusiasm of the children at Anganwadi. He played games with them and asked several questions related to Maths and English.

  • Vijay Mallya

    Put Vijay Mallya behind bars: Manish Tewari

    New Delhi: Backing the petition filed by defunct Kingfisher Airlines seeking liquor baron Vijay Mallya’s arrest, Congress leader Manish Tewari on Sunday said that the businessman should be put behind bars and that an audit should be conducted on his parliamentary records.

  • 47 Malaysians involved with ISIS in Syria, Iraq

    Kuala Lumpur: At least 47 Malaysians, including nine women and eight children, are involved with the Islamic state terror group in Syria and Iraq, a top police official has said.

  • Sanjay Dutt

    When Munna Bhai turned poet..!

    Mumbai: Making cane items, paper bags and radio jockeying, was part of prisoner number C-16656, Sanjay Dutt’s daily routine at the Yerwada Central Jail, but apart from it what kept him busy was penning down his life experiences, which has now taken a shape of a book .

  • Lahiri rises to seventh on a breezy day at World Golf Champs

    Doral (USA): Anirban Lahiri made another upward move in the third round but was still left dissatisfied as he dropped two shots in last six holes, leaving him at five-under 211 and in tied seventh place at the World Golf Championships here.

  • Drinking raw milk

    Is your milk safe to drink? Containing contamination in milk

    New Delhi: India is today the world’s largest producer of milk thanks to the white revolution. Yet more than two thirds of the milk in India does not meet the food safety standards. Adulteration of milk is rampant, a startling six per cent of the samples tested in 2015 by the Ministry of Health had presence of ‘detergents’ in them confirming that ‘synthetic milk’ is a huge problem.

  • Karan Johar confirms ‘Student of the Year’ sequel

    New Delhi: Good news for all those who were eagerly waiting for ‘Student of the Year’ part 2 as film-maker Karan Johar has recently confirmed that a sequel is pretty much on the cards.

  • 100 bed burns and plastic surgery block to come up at AIIMS

    New Delhi: A 100 bed Burns and Plastic Surgery Block will come up at the prestigious All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) to provide state of the art primary and tertiary care for burn patients.

  • Tax On EPF May Be Rolled Back

    PM steps in, asks FM to review the tax proposal; the decision will be announced later this month

  • We need strong banks, not more banks: Arun Jaitley

    Gurgaon : Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday said getting Indian banks back in shape was a top priority of the government, and that more resources will be found, as and when required, to boost their capital. He also said loan defaulters will not be spared.

  • Shadow of terror on Shivratri fest

    The detection of a tunnel in Jammu on the International Border with Pakistan has helped avert a major terror attack ‘Disturbing inputs’ have emanated about a possible terror attack, says Army commander .          

  • R K Pachauri, engaged in sexually-laden chats with victim!

    New  Delhi : TERI executive vice chairman R K Pachauri, accused of sexually harassing a former woman colleague, had written six poems aiming to express his “feelings”, praising the beauty of the victim who he called “cold” for lack of her response.

  • VK Bares Rohith link with Yakub Memon

    New Delhi : Union Minister V K Singh on Saturday targeted JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar for calling Rohith Vemula his inspiration, alleging that the Dalit scholar had organised a meeting in support of Mumbai blasts convict Yakub Memon.

  • Octogenarian classical vocalist holds audience in thrall

    BHOPAL : Magical performance of ace classical vocalist Siddhram Swami Korwar and noted harmonium player Vivek Bansod left the audience spellbound at Ravindra Bhawan on Saturday at a concert ‘Shastriya Sahitya Sabha’. It was organised by Naad Chaitanya Samiti, Bhopal.

  • Three Green Corridors created

    Taekwondo champion gives life to three others , Heart sent to Mumbai, Liver to Gurgaon  ,  Kidney given to a patient admitted in Aurobindo.

  • Modi govt will bring Uniform Civil Code Bill: Dr Swamy

    Indore : Stating that the Uniform Civil Code is necessary for strengthening unity of the country, BJP firebrand leader Subramanian Swamy here on Saturday said that the BJP-led NDA Government at the Centre would bring a bill in Parliament for implementation of the Uniform Civil Code.