Free Press Journal
  • Donald Trump slams media for inciting protests

    New York: Donald Trump blasted the media in his most aggressive tweet yet since he was elected the US President, alleging that the people protesting his victory were “incited by the media”,  “Just had a very open and successful presidential election,” he tweeted late Thursday.

  • Tokyo: PM Modi, Japanese Emperor Akihito discuss Asia’s future

    Tokyo : Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who arrived in Tokyo last night on a three-day visit, met Japanese Emperor Akihito today, where they discussed the common bonds between their nations and deliberated on the future of Asia.

  • Scrapping of Rs 500 and 1000 notes: Banks reopen to exchange ‘worthless pieces of paper’

    RATLAM: Following the scrapping of 500 and 1000 rupees notes on Tuesday night and subsequent closure of banks on Wednesday, long queues were seen outside the banks to exchange the OHD (Old High Denomination) notes here on Thursday. City post office too had a tough time to manage hundreds of citizens who queued up for similar exchange way before its scheduled opening time.

  • Maharashtra panel to find ways for rehabilitating Victoria owners

    Mumbai: The Maharashtra government has decided to set up a cabinet sub-committee, headed by Finance Minister Sudhir Mungantiwar, to discuss ways of rehabilitating the owners of ‘Victorias’, the iconic horse-driven carriages, which were discontinued after a Bombay High Court order last year.

  • Vijay Mallya is a fugitive, declares court

    Mumbai: A special court on Thursday declared former liquor baron Vijay Mallya as a “fugitive” (absconder) in the Rs 900 crore money laundering and default case. The special court, designated to hear cases under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA), also directed the Enforcement Directorate (ED) to attach all the shares and debentures of Mallya and his properties in India.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P Pradhan

    ARIES:- Control your hand and think twice before you spend because safeguarding yourself from getting trapped in any kind of debt should be one of your prime concerns. You may disregard your values and seek for new activities to earn money but don’t let greed guide your decisions.

  • Sadhguru, Isha foundation, final stretch of your life, last step, peace of mind,

    Get Back To Reality

    YOUR deepest sense of attachment is not to your money, your house, your child or your wife or husband. Your deepest sense of attachment is to your own thought and your own emotion – always. “No, my wife is dear to me, my child is dear to me.” When your wife or your child or the situations around you really go against the way you think and the way you feel, all

  • 52K in 1,000 notes found in trash bin in Pune

    Pune: A waste picker here on Thursday came across a bag full of Rs 1,000 notes totalling upto Rs 52,000, two day after the demonetisation of the currency of these denominations. The elderly woman ragpicker, who chanced upon the cash in a plastic bag, however, immediately alerted her supervisor who in-turn informed the police of what she found. Police said the incident took place in one of the by-lanes of Law College

  • Drawing contest on food for healthy world

    BHOPAL: On the occasion of International Science Centre and Science Museum Day, Regional Science Centre organised many activities and programmes, including drawing contest on ‘Food for Healthy World’ for middle and high school students. Around 250 students from 15 different schools took part in this contest.

  • Three-day painting expo from today in Bhopal

    BHOPAL: A three-day painting and sculptures exhibition ‘Vyasti Se Samasti’ will be inaugurated by principal secretary, culture, Manoj Shrivastava on Friday at ‘Rangaayan Art Gallery, Shahpura.

  • DK Mathur’s book released in Bhopal

    BHOPAL: A book titled ‘Entomodeterioration of Cultural Property’ was released by Sanchi University, vice chancellor, Dr Yajneshwar S Shastri during the inaugural function of national seminar on art and history.

  • Robot sets new Rubik’s Cube Guinness Record

    Berlin: A robot has successfully solved the Rubik’s Cube in just 0.637 seconds, beating the previous Guinness World Record achieved by an earlier version of the same machine.

  • Mumbai: Concert Sunburn gives aam aadmi heartburn

    Mumbai: A live music festival at Mahalaxmi Race Course, Sunburn, caused huge traffic snarls in South Bombay (SoBo) on Thursday evening as commuters had to endure bumper-to-bumper traffic.