Free Press Journal
  • Demonetisation a foolish not bold decision: Rahul Gandhi

    New Delhi : Targetting Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the issue of demonetisation, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday described it as foolish, rather than a bold decision.

  • Bani J storms out of ‘Bigg Boss 10’ press conference

    Mumbai: Unable to keep up with model Lopamudra Raut’s constant taunts during a press conference inside the “Bigg Boss” house, VJ-actress Bani J walked out of the meet leaving everyone shocked.

  • RBI says no notes shortage, outside Delhi hundreds face job losses

    Around 8.30 every morning, hundreds of workers arrive at the main bus depot in Noida Phase II, about 30 km from New Delhi. They fan out into the lanes of the neighbouring hosiery complex. With nothing more than a tiffin box in their hands, they begin their daily job hunt.

  • India vs England, 4th Test match update: England 117/1 in 31 overs, At lunch

    England at lunch are batting on 117 for the loss of 1 wicket in the form of Alastair Cook, Cook got out for a hard fought 46 of the balling of Ravindra Jadeja, he was stumped by Parthiv Patel, when cook stepped out to Jadeja to hit him over mid-wicket and missed the ball completely.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P Pradhan

    ARIES: You will be successful in entertaining your subordinates by your joyful nature. Relaxed and tension free day at work place. It’s good time to go for short vacation with your family.

  • Bhopal: On average Rs 500 deposited in Jan Dhan account says CM

    BHOPAL: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Wednesday said that the black money has not been deposited in the Jan Dhan Yojana accounts in the state. The CM said that an average amount of only Rs 500 was deposited in the Jan Dhan accounts in the state from November 8 to 30.

  • Jayalalithaa’s assets could get mired in litigation

    With former chief minister J. Jayalalithaa having passed away evidently without leaving a will, and there being no natural claimant to her property and other  worldly possessions, there is bound to be speculation about who will be the legal heir to them. One obvious claimant would be Sasikala Natarajan who lived with her as a friend and confidant for many years until the end came on Monday night, December 5 and was her trusted

  • Bhopal: Sewage water mixing in sacred Narmada say CM

    BHOPAL: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, speaking at a press conference organized in connection with Narmada Seva Yatra scheduled to begin from December 11, said that the sewage water is mixing in river Narmada and this starts from Amarkantak. Chouhan said that the treatment plant at Amarkantak will be set up as a remedy.

  • CJI- designate will have big challenges

    The decks have been cleared for Justice J.S. Khehar to be the next Chief Justice of India, succeeding Justice T.S. Thakur who will retire on January 3, 2017 with   the latter forwarding his name to the Union Government for appointment as his successor. It is a well-accepted convention to appoint the seniormost judge as CJI and predictably that convention will be duly adhered to. Justice Thakur’s tenure will be remembered as a contentious one

  • Bhopal: Supplementary budget of Rs 9,347 cr presented in State Assembly

    BHOPAL: Finance Minister Jayant Mallaiya on Wednesday presented a supplementary budget of Rs 9347 crore in the State Assembly. Debate on supplementary budget would be conducted in the House on Thursday. As far as allocation of money is concerned, Rs 1743 crore have been allocated to Panchayati Raj institutions, which is the highest allocation. Rs 952 crore have been allocated to agriculture department. Similarly, Rs 556 crore for energy and Rs 500