Free Press Journal
  • China wants its Nepal rail link to touch Bihar

    Beijing :  Having already expanded its influence in Nepal with road and rail network through Tibet, China is now looking to stretch its railway link to Bihar to improve connectivity with India and South Asia, state-run Chinese media reported on Tuesday.

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    US won’t desist from hitting terrorists on Pak soil

    Washington :  In a clear and succinct message to Pakistan, the US has said that while it respects its territorial integrity, it will continue to conduct strikes to eliminate terrorists who target American soldiers.

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    What you can do in one day

    Many years ago, there was a young boy who wanted to become an opera singer. His parents paid for his lessons but the teacher said that he has no future but he persisted. He was put under the care of another teacher. The mother sacrificed her comforts to meet the expenses. The boy Enrico Caruso became the greatest singer of his time because his mother fired and inspired him to become great.

  • Share your BEST selfie and avail of lavish passes

    Mumbai : Keen to strike a new chord and reach out to young passengers, the BEST Undertaking is organizing a competition called ‘Selfie with Bus’. To enroll for the scheme, youngsters have to click their ‘selfie’ with a BEST vehicle and share it with the management.

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    NEET in other languages, too

    New Delhi :  States have been kept out of the ambit of NEET — the common entrance test for medical courses — for now.

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    Tamil Nadu Polls: Jayalalithaa duly thanks Stalin

    Chennai :  Something truly incredible happened in Tamil Nadu politics on Tuesday. Chief Minister and AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa not only thanked DMK scion M K Stalin, son of her bitter rival M Karunanidhi, for attending her swearing-in ceremony on May 23 but also regretted that he was given a seat in the back rows.

  • Big B to host Modi Sarkar’s anniversary bash

    New Delhi : From Gujarat’s brand ambassador to being the host of a mega show that celebrates the two years of Modi Sarkar, Big B Amitabh Bachchan is making a smooth transition.

  • IPL 2016 Elimination round: Knights fight with Sunrisers today

    New Delhi :  Two-time champs Kolkata Knight Riders would look to assert their supremacy while Sunrisers Hyderabad will have revenge on mind when the two teams clash in the Indian Premier League (IPL) Eliminator, here today.

  • IPL 2016: Unbelievable! AB de Villiers steers RCB into finals

    Bengaluru :  AB de Villiers played a breathtaking knock to singlehandedly lead Royal Challengers Bangalore fightback and take them into the Indian Premier League final with a thrilling four wicket win over Gujarat Lions on Tuesday.

  • Royal Challengers Bangalore batsman AB De Villiers being congratulated by captain Virat Kohli during an IPL 8 match against Mumbai Indians in Mumbai on Sunday.

    IPL 2016: AB de Villiers propels RCB into IPL final

    Bengaluru : AB de Villiers played a breathtaking knock to singlehandedly lead a Royal Challengers Bangalore fight back and propel the side into the Indian Premier League final with a thrilling four wicket win over Gujarat Lions on Tuesday.

  • Newcomer Jayant’s Team India plans

    New Delhi : Assured of his skill set, rookie off-spinner Jayant Yadav, who is set for his maiden India tour of Zimbabwe next month, said he would never attempt to bowl a “doosra” in his career since it cannot be done without a bit of elbow kink.

  • CM failed to follow Rajdharma: Ramnareshacharya

    Ujjain :  “By providing road, water, electricity and other facilities Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan indeed managed to earn praise from various quarters, but failed to follow ‘Rajdharma’ in Simhastha Mahakumbh,” alleged Ramanandacharya Peeth Jagatguru Ramnareshacharya in a valedictory session organised to mark the culmination of Simhastha Mahakumbh.

  • Police rain lathis on ABVP activists

    BHOPAL : Police resorted to lathi charge to disperse agitating Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) activists who were demonstrating at Indian Institute of Hotel Management (IIHM) after a girl alleged Prof Parasun Mandal of blackmailing her after filming an obscene video of her.

  • Two-year-long wait of nearly 1200 candidates ends on happy note

    Indore :  A common dream to have a government job of nearly 1200 candidates, who cracked state civil service main exam-2014 and qualified for the interview round, was shattered when Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) suspended interviews about two years ago citing paper leak case.

  • PSC scamster Bedi Ram again in STF net

    BHOPAL :  Special Task Force (STF), on Tuesday, arrested Bedi Ram, kingpin of MPPSC paper leaks from Gurgaon. Bedi Ram has been sent on police remand till June 2.

  • ‘Holy’ city once again fails to board bus for ‘Smart’ city

    Ujjain : The ‘Holy’ city has once again failed to catch the bus of ‘Smart’ city after it did not figure in the list of 13 new to be Smart Cities released by the Union government on Tuesday. Those selected were given the chance after a fast track competition was organised for 23 cities which could not be included in the first list released in January.

  • Long-awaited MPPSC’12 interviews in July

    Indore : Going by the directives of the Jabalpur bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court, the Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) on Tuesday announced that interviews for candidates, who had cracked state civil service main exam-2012 — paper of which was leaked, would be conducted in July.