Free Press Journal
  • Mehbooba Mufti Woos Kashmir Valley Hawks To Toe Delhi Line

    New Delhi : Jammu  and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday wrote an emotional appeal to all separatist leaders, including Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, Yasin Malik, Shabir Shah and Bilal Gani Lone, not as the CM but as the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) president to speak to the all-party delegation of Parliamentarians, headed by Home Minister Rajnath Singh, visiting Srinagar on Sunday.

  • ‘City to get bullock cart instead of Metro train’

    Indore : National general secretary of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and city’s firebrand leader Kailash Vijayvargiya stirred a controversy by targeting the Shivraj-led state government over tardy progress of Metro train project on Saturday.

  • After ABVP’s agitation, VU differs PhD entrance exam

    Ujjain : Soon after a demonstration carried out by the activists of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), the Vikram University (VU) administration on Saturday deferred its PhD entrance examination to 10 days. The examination, which was to be conducted on September 8, will now be held on September 18.

  • First pellet guns, now PAVA shells

    New Delhi : Use of chilli-filled grenades as an alternative to pellet guns, which will be used in rarest of rare cases, was cleared by Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh for crowd control ahead of the visit of an all-party delegation led by him to restive Kashmir on Sunday.

  • Make city shine in Clean Survey-2017: CMC Singh

    Ujjain : Commissioner of Municipal Corporation (CMC) Ashish Singh said that their collective objective is make the city shine in view of cleanliness. Citizens will have to make the best efforts for proper waste disposal and to make the city free from open defecation.

  • Wheel snag: air india flight halted just before takeoff

    BHOPAL : A Delhi-bound Air India flight IA-9436 could not take off due after developing technical problems in the wheel of plane at Raja Bhoj Airport at 9.30 am. There were 45 passengers on board who created a ruckus. The wheel was replaced but the passengers were sent to Delhi by another fight, AI-834.

  • Woman cop bags gold

    Ujjain : Woman constable of RPF brought laurel by winning gold and bronze medals in All India RPF Athletics Championship. She was received with full zeal and enthusiasm as she returned back from the contest at railway station. Woman constable of RPF, Aarti Choudhary was given a grand welcome as she got off from the Saray Rohilla Indore Intercity Express at the railway station. RPF officials and constables garlanded her and presented

  • ‘India’s goal is simple: To be no. 1 side’

    Mumbai : India’s star batsman Rohit Sharma on Saturday said the goal of the team is to become number one in the world, which can be achieved by following the right process.

  • Legendary Act

    Hamilton draws level with Fangio, Senna

  • India wards off US, China pressure to ratify Paris deal

    Beijing : A cautious India today said it has warded off pressure from the US and China to set this year as the deadline to ratify the Paris Agreement, even as the two countries ratified the climate deal ahead of the G20 summit here tomorrow.

  • Cow attacks schoolgirl

    Ujjain : A vagabond cow attacked Sania (10) daughter of Ramswaroop injuring her badly. This has made municipal authorities to ‘again’ take the stray cattle menace ‘seriously’.

  • Cabling work is on progress to stop power theft: Minister

    Ujjain : Energy minister Paras Jain laid foundation of cement concrete road, on Saturday. Addressing the gathering, he said that MPEB has been quickly working on cabling work to stop power theft across the state.

  • Congress kicks off social media war against RSS

    New Delhi : The Congress has mounted a war against the RSS on the social media with historical facts on Mahatma Gandhi”s assassination to give push to Rahul Gandhi in the criminal defamation suit he shall be facing in a Bhiwandi magistrate’s court in Maharashtra.

  • Rape case filed against employer’s kin

    Indore :A woman labourer alleged rape against a relative of owner of the fields where she was employed. Police have registered a case and are investigating the matter.

  • No sportsperson will be deprived of facilities: Deewan

    Ujjain : ‘Sports talent will be encouraged and shaped by promoting games and sports activities in the district. There would be no dearth of sports resources for the sporting talents. No sportsperson will be deprived of the sports facilities according to the policies of sports department of Madhya Pradesh’, said new district sports officer and former international player of weight and power lifting, Rubika Deewan during a programme held at Basket Ball