Free Press Journal
  • GREEN INDORE IS THEIR MOTTO

    Indore : On the occasion of ‘World Environment Day’,  Free Press talked to city’s renowned organizations and people, who have devoted their life for saving the environment.

  • Complainant turns out to be looter

    BHOPAL : Complainant came out as actual looter in Bhopal. Complainant Srikant, 36, son of Nathuram Ahirwar of Janta Quarter, Aishbag,  who used   to live lavish life.

  • Axe Falls On Eknath Khadse, At Last

    First blow to BJP under Modi-Shah combine after it took over pledging zero-tolerance towards corruption.

  • God Calls Back His Champion

    HE FLOATED, HE STUNG, NOW HE GONE; Muhammad Ali, who riveted the world as ‘The Greatest,’ is no more…

  • Malay Srivastava gets relief from HC

    BHOPAL : The High Court has given relief to Principal Secretary Malay Srivastava in Indore Sewage scam of Rs 2.21 crore.

  • Why target me? I’m doing my job: Hema

    Mathura : Veteran actress-politician Hema Malini has lashed out at media reports and people who criticised her over posting images from a film’s shoot on social media while Mathura was engulfed by violence and tension. She says being a “sincere” person, she is doing her job and feels that people are “diverting attention from the main issue”.

  • AAP plans to contest all 182 seats in 2017 Gujarat elections

    Ahmedabad: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Saturday said it is planning to contest all 182 Assembly seats in Gujarat where elections are due next year. The party said that it is working to strengthen itself across the state in view of the upcoming elections, scheduled for the second half of 2017.

  • Mathura sect chief dies in clash: police

    Lucknow : A day after the sound of gunfire and sights of arson subsided in Mathura, the UP police confirmed that the head of the Swadhin Bharat Vidhik Viacharik Satyagrah Sanstha Ram Vriksh Yadav had died in Thursday”s clashes, even as political allegations flew in the air, dragging the names of senior politicians of the state.

  • Now, pact for hassle-free entry for Indians into US

    Washington : India and the US have signed an MoU to facilitate hassle-free entry of Indians into America at selected airports by providing speedy security clearances for pre-approved, low-risk travellers from the country.

  • Sonia Gandhi

    Sonia Gandhi balancing trick in the offing

    New Delhi : Trying to balance the old guard and the young generation in the Congress, Sonia Gandhi is contemplating to resurrect the party’s parliamentary board filled with  seniors for taking all policy decisions while giving a free hand to vice-president Rahul Gandhi in carrying out the field operations with an entirely young team of the office-bearers.

  • On its inception day, RSS to adopt brown full-pants

    Nagpur: Thousands of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) workers will gather for ‘shastra pooja’ on the occasion of Vijay Dashami at Nagpur, sporting their newly adopted brown-pants, instead of their traditional khaki half pants, that remained the symbol of the right-wing group for decades.

  • It’s all about “sustainable balance”

    One has to look at the built environment and the social environment in tandem with the natural environment when we think of the city’s future. Only when we strike a sustainable balance between these three can we hope for a harmonious and liveable future for all, writes Gautam Kirtane .

  • India to stand by Af despite all odds: PM

    Herat : Unfazed by terror attacks on its missions, India will continue to extend cooperation in war-torn Afghanistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asserted on Saturday after dedicating a Rs 1,700 crore dam in strategically vital Herat province.

  • In a first, Delhi minor to be tried as an adult

    New Delhi : In the first prosecution under the amended Juvenile Justice Act, a minor accused in the Mercedes hit-and-run case in which a 33-year-old Delhi business consultant was killed in April this year will be tried as an adult.

  • Heart: “I am used to the noise of democracy,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi quipped on Saturday, in an apparent reference to the opposition attacks on him back home. Modi made the remarks when Afghan National Security Advisor Mohammad Hanif Atmar suggested him to wear earmuffs after he boarded a helicopter for travelling to the Herat Governor’s House from Herat Airport after his arrival from New Delhi. “I come from the world’s largest

  • THE GREATEST

    He fought for what was right: Barack ObamaObama

  • Militants kill two cops in Anantnag

    Srinagar : Striking for a second time in less than 24 hours in South Kashmir, militants on Saturday killed two police personnel in poll-bound Anantnag from where Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti is contesting.

  • Vijender, Mary lead Indian tributes to ALI

    New Delhi : From established stars like Vijender Singh and M C Mary Kom to the fast-rising Shiva Thapa, the Indian boxing fraternity was united in grief as it mourned the demise of the legendary Muhammad Ali, who passed away.