Free Press Journal
  • Missing Ishrat files not traced as deadline nears

    New Delhi : The missing files and documents related to the alleged fake encounter of Ishrat Jahan have not been traced, Additional Secretary B K Prasad, who has got four days left to submit his report on the mysterious disappearance of the documents, on Friday told the Union Home Ministry.

  • Eyes on 11th title of Champions League : Ronaldo

    Milan :  Cristiano Ronaldo insists personal goals will be put to one side as Real Madrid seek to embellish their incredible European record with victory over Atletico Madrid in the Champions League final on Saturday.

  • Congress pays rich tributes to Pt Nehru on his death anniversary

    Ujjain : District Congress Committee organised a commemorative programme on the death anniversary of country’s first Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru where the late congress leader was offered floral tributes, here on Friday.

  • Now, Lalu, Farooq bat for secular front against BJP

    Kolkata : Asserting it was imperative to remove the Narendra Modi government to save India from getting divided, RJD chief Lalu Prasad on Friday called upon all secular parties to unite against the BJP and the RSS.

  • Haryana top cop justifies shocking ‘right to kill’ jibe

    Haryana : People have the right to ‘take the life’ of anyone they see harassing a woman or trying to kill, Haryana’s police chief has controversially said. At a public event on Thursday, KP Singh, the state’s new Director General of Police, said that people didn’t realise that under the law, they have the right to take a criminal’s life.

  • ‘Botched’ surgery: HC comes to aid

    Madurai : The Madras High Court Bench here has directed the Government Rajaji Hospital (GRH) Dean here to form a team of specialists to treat an eight-year old girl suffering from a brain ailment which she contracted due to alleged medical negligence of doctors at a government hospital in Aruppukottai last month.

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    Modi 2 Years: A positive report card

    The claims and counter-claims on the completion of two years of the Modi Government were only to be expected. If the Government and the ruling BJP claimed many successes, several achievements, the Opposition, expectedly, pointed out various misses and exaggerated claims.

  • City witnesses surge in crime rate

    Ujjain : Crime rate of the city had fallen considerably during Simhastha fair due to presence of cops at every nook and corner across the mela area, but with the deserting of cops, criminals have again become highly active in the city.

  • Passengers up in arms as Jet Airways cancels flight

    BHOPAL : Air passengers created ruckus at Raja Bhoj Airport when they came to know that Raipur-Mumbai Jet Airways flight via Bhopal has been cancelled at the eleventh hour on Friday evening.

  • RMNH organises bird watching camp

    BHOPAL : Regional Museum of Natural History organised a bird watching programme Friday under its summer nature study programme. Dr Sangeeta Rajgir and Mohd Khalique were the resource persons of the programme.

  • Rotary Club’s campaign continues

    Morena : Members of Rotary club of Morena are carrying out a campaign named Aao Bujhayen Parindon Ki Pyaas under which they are spreading a message to save the birds by facilitating water and seeds for them on the roofs.

  • Illegal mining and transportation of sand on rise in region

    Megnagar  : Illegal mining and transportation of sand and soil is on rise in Meghnagar and other nearby areas. Persons involved in this trade are transporting and mining sand and soil without paying levies to the administration.

  • NTPC director visits Vindhyachal

    BHOPAL : KK Sharma, Director (Operations) of NTPC Limited visited the country’s largest power plant, Vindhyachal on May 26.

  • War of chefs at Marriott this weekend

    BHOPAL :The city food lovers will witness a unique war – War of Chefs – at Courtyard by Marriott this weekend (Friday through Sunday). To be held at Hotel’s MoMo Cafe between 7 pm and 11 pm this event will present an opportunity to enjoy well known dishes from Bhopal, Lucknow and Delhi cities.

  • Bharma visits Singrauli Power House

    BHOPAL : Singrauli Power Plant, director (operations), KK Bharma, visited Singrauli Power House. He was accompanied by regional executive director (north) RS Rathi. They were welcomed by Singrauli project group general manager RC Murthi.

  • Kids told how to save energy

    BHOPAL :  With aim to raise awareness about conservation of fossil fuels and electricity, a power point presentation was made at Jawahar Bal Bhawan Bhopal on Friday. The presentation was made by Asha Pathak from the Petroleum Conservation and Research Association (PCRA). She informed the children about how to save energy.

  • Andy Murray surpasses giant challenge

    Paris : Andy Murray cut down Croatian giant Ivo Karlovic to reach the last-16 Friday as two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova became the fourth top 10 women’s seed to be knocked out.

  • Nigerian student attack: Sushma takes up issue

    New Delhi : External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Friday took up the issue of an attack on a 23-year-old Nigerian student in Hyderabad with Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, who promised stringent action against the guilty.