Free Press Journal
  • Shah visits Mumbai Ganesh pandals; Oppn needles Sena-BJP

    Mumbai: The Opposition in Maharashtra today took a jibe at the BJP-Sena ruling alliance saying the former has “no respect” for its ally as Amit Shah visited Ganesh pandals in the city but did not meet Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray who resided just “10 minutes away”.

  • Vistara to launch flight operations from city

    Vistara, a joint venture airline of Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines (SIA) is to launch flight operations from next winter schedule. Most probably the airlines could start maiden flight to New Delhi.

  • ICC withdraws two-tier Test proposal under pressure from BCCI

    New Delhi: The International Cricket Council today withdrew its contentious proposal of having a ‘Two-Tier’ Test system following “vehement opposition” from world’s richest cricketing body BCCI with the support of Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe and Bangladesh.

  • Congress hits back at BJP, defends ‘Khat Sabha’ fiasco

    Gorakhpur (Uttar Pradesh): The Congress on Wednesday downplayed the BJP’s rant at party vice-president Rahul Gandhi’s ‘Khat Sabha’, saying this reveals the fear within the saffron party camp.

  • Indore: Zonal committee polls suspended after HC hearing

    Indore Municipal Corporation on Tuesday suspended the zonal committee elections scheduled on Wednesday after Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court sought an affidavit from the corporation on number of population under municipal limits.

  • Beer-maker from Assam is IGRMS exhibit of the month

    Bhopal, Taran/Daran, a wooden vessel of Hill Tiwa Tribe of Karbi Anglong, Assam will be the ‘Exhibit of the Month’ at IGRMS. It is on display in the indoor exhibition building – Veethi Sankul. The exhibit was inaugurated by Rajendra Singh Negi artist from Uttarakhand and Prof Sarit Kumar Chaudhuri, Director, IGRMS. Known as ‘Traan/Daran’ by the Hill Tiwa tribe of Assam, this wooden vessel is an important household item. Mostly prepared out of

  • ‘Not yet’, says Nirmala on FDI in multi-brand retail

    New Delhi: The government today said it will not be possible to allow FDI in multi-brand retail trading in India unless small traders and farmers are “empowered” and can face market competition.

  • Students understand BREXIT and its impact

    BHOPAL  : A panel discussion on ‘Brexit’ was organised at BSSS College by the department of Economics under the aegis of the ‘Economic Forum’. The discussion was aimed at understanding Brexit and its impact on the global scenario, especially, India. The discussion centered on ‘Britain’s referendum and reasons for BREXIT, Immediate effect on  Financial market, Britain’s  Political and Economic ties with  other EU members, changing equations with its other parts i.e. Scotland and Ireland

  • Two Anand Vihar pugilists to compete in state championship

    Bhopal, Ayushi Awasthi and Aashish Shukla, grade eight students of  Anand Vihar School have been selected for state-level Boxing Competition to be held in Gwalior.  They were selected for the competition after qualifying in the 62nd Inter School District and Division level boxing Competition, held in T. T. Nagar Stadium on August 29 and 30

  • Penthouse with an Arabian touch

    Everyone has a dream house. But only a few are able to make it a reality. Zeba Hina Khan is one of them. She has converted her penthouse on the sixth floor of Regalia Heights in the Koh-e-Fiza area into her dream home. Zeba has now moved to Singapore and the house is occupied by her family members.

  • SC guideline to be followed on shifting slaughterhouse: Mayor

    BHOPAL: The state government has retracted on the decision of shifting the controversial slaughterhouse to the Stud farm after which Mayor Alok Sharma also reiterated that Supreme Court guideline would be followed and final proposal will be put up in BMC Parishad meeting to know views of corporators.

  • BJP functionaries: Don’t discuss party affairs in public

    Bhopal, “Discuss party matters on intra-party meeting not in public.” These were among the suggestions were made in the two-day meeting of the BJP office bearers to discuss election-2018. The meeting began in Panchmari from Tuesday and will conclude on Wednesday. Chief Minister will be attending the meeting on Wednesday.

  • Trivedi to become first Vyapam official to walk out of jail

    Bhopal, Former examination controller of MP Professional Examination Board (MPPEB), Pankaj Trivedi may soon walk out of the jail. The High Court, on Tuesday, granted him bail in the case of owning property disproportionate to known sources of income. There were 12 cases registered against him and he had been already bailed out in 11 cases.