Free Press Journal
  • horoscope

    Your day by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:– Your nature is energetic forceful aggressive and independent. Domestic matters require keen attention. Trust your logic over your desires. You direct your energy into constructive productive channels.

  • Ashraf Ghani

    Afghan crisis: How will Trump fix the Heart of Asia?

    By the time this article is printed, the Heart of Asia conference in Amritsar will be over. A very positive sounding declaration dripping with noble intentions will have been endorsed by all the countries attending the conference. A lot of verbiage will be expended about how regional countries can contribute to Afghanistan’s stability, security and economic development. But all of this will not be worth the paper on which the declaration is written until

  • Jayalalithaa’s funeral to be held at Marina Beach at 4.30pm

    Chennai : Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa will be cremated with full state honours at Marina Beach here today at 4:30 pm, which will be attended by the nation’s political top brass.

  • J Jayalalithaa: Uncertainity over what lies in store for Tamil Nadu

    With Tamil Nadu chief minister J. Jayalalithaa’s medical condition described as ‘very critical’ by a spokesperson of Apollo Hospital in Chennai following cardiac arrest on Sunday evening, piling up on other complications which have kept her in hospital since September 22, there is a sense of grim foreboding that permeates the atmosphere. Her emotionally-surcharged supporters have been on razor’s edge, fearing the worst but not prepared to accept it. Thousands have been camping outside

  • Law should back Supreme Court National Anthem order

    It is understandable, given its timing, that the Supreme Court order making it mandatory for the national anthem to be played before any screening of films did not receive the attention it would have. With the nation confronting a far graver challenge — and one that involves every citizen — patriotic symbolism has taken a back seat to the questions of livelihood and the economic future of the nation. Yet, despite the perfunctory nature

  • Bhopal: Bala Bachchan pays tributes to ‘demonetisation victims’’

    BHOPAL: The state Assembly on Monday was adjourned till Tuesday after paying tributes to the departed souls. Acting leader of opposition Bala Bachchan, during tribute paying ceremony, also paid tributes to the bankers and customers waiting in queues who died post-demonetisation. Bachchan besides paying tributes to the persons listed in the agenda, also paid tributes to Ramashankar Yadav, who was murdered by SIMI under-trials during jail break.

  • Bhopal: School van hits boundary wall; driver killed

    BHOPAL: The driver of a school van banged the vehicle against the boundary wall of a house in Sonia Gandhi colony under the Aishbaag police station on Monday morning. He died on the spot.

  • Indore: Inspiring journey of a small town girl to San Francisco

    RATLAM: In what could be cited as a biggest example of girl power, city girl Aditi Laddha, 21, bagged a fat pay job with the prestigious multinational company Uber in San Francisco, USA, her father Vijay Maheshwari confirmed here on Monday. The proud father was more than excited to inform that his elder daughter Aditi will be drawing a salary of Rs 1.25 crore and join the USA based leading international transporter

  • Bhopal: We can sit for more hours, says Narottam Mishra to Congress

    BHOPAL: Minister for legislative affairs, Dr Narottam Mishra, commenting on Congress expressing concern over short duration of Assembly’s winter session here on Monday, said the duration of the session could not be extended but working hours can longer. Congress, in an all-party meeting, had raised objections on Assembly’s winter session duration, which is five days.

  • Bhopal: Painting expo from today

    BHOPAL: A group painting exhibition of artists from West Bengal would be inaugurated on Tuesday at 6 pm at Bharat Bhavan.

  • Bhopal: No water supply in parts of city today

    BHOPAL: The water supply in several areas of the city related with Kolar project will be affected on Tuesday, following maintenance work at pure water pumphouse of Kolar project. The areas namely Jawahar Chauk, Janta Quarters, Arera Colony, Bal Vihar, Shahjahanabad, Qazi Camp, Congress Nagar, Arif Nagar, Pinjomal Dharamshala, Teela Jamalpura, JP Nagar, Chaukse Nagar, Rahul Nagar, Nehru Nagar, Kotra Sultanabad, Naya Basera, Shahpura and Gulmohar would be affected.

  • Indore: NTPC Rihand holds lectureon energy conservation

    Bijpur: NTPC Rihand’s EEMG department held lecture during energy conservation fortnight in various schools. DAV Public School, Kendriye Vidyalaya and St Joseph School held discussion on ways to save energy. Faculty of Energy Auditor Pioneer Consultancy Ajay Agarwal briefed students on the technical aspects involved in conservation activities.It was followed by an interactive session in which students raised questions to find out solutions to their queries. Principal and staff of various schools