Free Press Journal
  • Delhi Metro

    Ten Delhi Metro stations to go ‘cashless’ from January 1, 2017

    New Delhi : Ten metro stations in the national capital will go completely cashless in their transactions from January 1, 2017 which include Rohini East, Rohini West, Mayur Vihar Phase-1, Tilak Nagar,Noida Sector-15 and Nehru Place.

  • Trump suggests openness to arms race

    Washington, A day after his nuclear weapons tweet sent jitters across the world, US President-elect Donald Trump further suggested that he was open to arms race.

  • Bhopal: Farmers feeding vegetables to cattle

    BHOPAL: The prices of vegetables have hit rock bottom in the state – so much so that farmers are feeding vegetables to cattle. Vegetables are selling for Rs 2 per kg on an average while cattle fodder produced by Supla costs Rs 8 per kg.

  • Bhopal: Three of family convicted for murder

    BHOPAL: District and session’s court has awarded life imprisonment to three accused in a double murder case on Friday. ADJ DK Paliwal has convicted all the three who are members of same family while acquitted two Devendra Singh and Ranjit Singh.

  • Bhopal: ‘Shilajit’ Baba dies at International Herbal Fair

    BHOPAL: Namdev Baba alias Shilajit Baba, 70, of Bareli, Raisen, who was running a stall in International Herbal Fair at Lal Parade Ground died on the intervening night of Thursday and Friday. He was found dead on Friday morning.  Jehangirabad police has registered a case and waiting for the PM report.

  • Bhopal: Hindi can link people with development

    BHOPAL: A meeting of official language committee was convened by Bank of Baroda here on Friday. Atal Behari Hindi University, vice chancellor, Mohanlal Cheepa, said public participation in development is possible only by Hindi and other Indian languages. For commercial development, use of Indian languages has become imperative in the present scenario.

  • Bhopal Mahanagar Bank scam: Congress demands Umashankar’s resignation

    BHOPAL: The state revenue minister Uma Shankar Gupta had concealed the fact that that he was the director of the Mahanagar Sahkari Bank while filing his nomination papers for the Vidhan Sabha elections, which is a violation of the Representation of People’s Act, Congress chief spokesperson KK Mishra alleged here on Friday.

  • Bhopal: Water sports academy players grab medals

    BHOPAL: The players of Madhya Pradesh Water Sports Academy excelled in the national Canoe Sailing Championship organised in river Narmada in Maheshwar of Khargone district. They won seven gold medals, one silver and one bronze medals and also bagged the title of overall champions.

  • Chhawani: Two snatching incidents jolt people in Indore

    Indore: Chhawani, one of important commercial areas of the city falling under Sanyogitaganj police circle, is seeing surge in criminal activities after a lull. The area boasts of only grain market in the city and proximity of Sarwate bus stand results in heavy traffic flow in the area. Two bag snatching incidents in two days are making residents and traders feel unsafe. Commenting on the two incidents, people said that apparently criminals

  • Karnataka government on a retrograde course

    The Karnataka government’s decision to reserve all blue-collar jobs for Kannadigas in all industries receiving concessions from the government—except IT and biotech (BT)—is retrograde and ill-advised. It is indeed cheap vote bank politics which would hurt the interests of those whose interests it professes to serve. Chief Minister Siddaramaiah must think hard before taking such a ruinous step because it may well trigger off similar moves in other states, thereby affecting job opportunities for

  • Five persons booked for abetment of suicide in Indore

    Indore: Police have booked five persons for duping a man on the pretext of buying a plot and abetting his suicide. According to Rajeev Tripathi TI, Dwarikapuri, the man was identified as Gopal alias Manoj Sharma (49) a resident of New Dwarikapuri. Manoj had committed suicide on December 8 at his residence by hanging himself from the ceiling.

  • Najeeb Jung’s resignation leaves all guessing

    The sudden resignation of Najeeb Jung as Lieutenant Governor of Delhi has understandably led to intense speculation on what could be behind this enigmatic move. Mr Jung has ascribed his resignation to the pressing need to spend more time with his family, but it is unlikely that this is the real and sole reason. One possibility is that Jung was tired of all the power tussle between him and the Aam Aadmi Party government