Free Press Journal
  • Cool cocktails and American flair

    This gastrobar sure merits a one-time visit for its innovative cocktails and jazzy food, writes GITA HARI.

  • Sufi conference draws flak

    New Delhi : Muslim organisations and leaders representing the “Sufi traditions of Islam as also the Urdu Press and news websites have come out with sharp reactions against the International Sufi Conference that was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the Vigyan Bhawan here two days ago.

  • Digestion and Metabolism

    (d)  Samagni: Balanced state of agni (controlled digestive fire)

  • The aww side of Honey Singh 

    Yo Yo Honey Singh stunned everyone when he revealed about his struggle with Bipolar disorder and Alcoholism. The singing Superstar made a brave revelation and announced that he is ready with a lot of new things for his beloved fans and is recovering well in the presence of his family.

  • Rafael Nadal-Novak Djoko book semis date

    Indian Wells (US) : Novak Djokovic set up a mouthwatering Indian Wells semi-final showdown with nine-time French Open champion Rafael Nadal, who the world number one Serb considers his biggest rival on the ATP Tour.

  • ABAP prime keep away from Shree Mahant dispute of Nirmohi Akhara

    Ujjain : The Shree Mahant dispute of Nirmohi Akhara has no end as now the prime functionaries of Akhil Bharatiya Akhara Parishad (ABAP), have set themselves aside from the dispute. As now the president Mahant Narendra Giri and general secretary Mahant Hari Giri on Saturday told Mahant Dharmadas of Nirwani akhara to come with a solution in two days, as all of their attempts to make peace have failed. The Simhastha Fair Authorities

  • Kidnapping: Police on lookout for youth

    Mumbai: Police are on the lookout for the youth who is reported to have kidnapped a minor girl from her house at Malavani even as the victim has been rescued. Police sources said that the girl and the accused persons are neighbours and stay in the same area. “They went missing at the same time and the minor girl’s father registered a case of kidnapping at Malavani police station,” an officer said.

  • Ghodra shines as Piramal Polo emerge champions

    Mumbai : Continuing with his brilliant run of form, Dhurvpal Ghodra again shone the brightest and his exploits helped Piramal Polo emerge champions. Ghodra, a +5 handicap player scored seven times as Piramal (staring with a +6 handicap) defeated V. Polo Team/HPRC (+5½ handicap) by a 8-6½ margin in the final match of the Amateur Riders’ Club (ARC) Challenge Cup (6 Goals) during the 69th Annual Horse Show & Polo Tournaments – 2016,

  • Niranjani Akhada’s Peshwai to be taken out from Chardham temple

    Ujjain : The Peshwai commencing venue of Niranjani Akhada has been changed to Chardham temple. Peshwai procession will be taken out on April 11. Earlier it was to be taken out from Dewasgate located Sakhyaraje Dharamshala.

  • Shahi ‘farman’ on nationalism

    BJP won’t tolerate criticism of nation even while having full respect for the freedom of expression, asserts chief Amit Shah.

  • Yogeshwar Dutt bags Olympics berth

    Astana (Kazakhstan) : Star wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt bagged an Olympic quota and the gold medal in the men’s 65 kg freestyle category at the ongoing Asian qualifying tournament here on Saturday.

  • Congressmen seek resignation of CM

    Ujjain: General Secretary of Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC), Mahesh Parmar and Secretary of MPCC, Chetan Yadav demanded resignation of Chief Minister (CM), Shivraj Singh Chauhan on the basis of moral grounds. Congressmen alleged that CM has been giving silent approval on the ongoing corruption by not taking any action.

  • Book Review – Standing Guard

    Standing Guard offers a keen economic and political analysis of India@2015 — the tumult of the 2015 Bihar election, the debates surrounding the Land Acquisition Amendment ordinances and the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill, and the alarming rise of intolerance

  • CJI moots prompt judicial process to clear backlog

    Lucknow : Noting that people’s aspiration for justice has increased, Chief Justice of India T S Thakur on Saturday suggested hearing and finalisation of cases during the summer holidays, if counsel of both the sides were willing. “There is a request that though the courts will be having summer holidays…if the counsel of both parties are willing to take up cases, I will request the chief justice of the high courts to list