Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s birthday celebrated

    NASRULLAGANJ: City council celebrated Bharat Ratna, former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s birthday at Atal udyan of the city with full of joy and cut the cake in the leadership of horticulture minister Surya Prakash Meena on this occasion the corporates of city council, BJP mandal including workers and other people were present.

  • Bhopal: First phase of Nagar Uday campaign launched

    MORENA: Nagar uday campaign, first phase launched on Sunday, at the municipal bodies of the district. Public health and family welfare minister Rustom Singh flag off the four vehicles on municipal corporation premises. The minister said that the first phase of this campaign has been running in all the 47 wards of the municipal corporation from 25 to 28 December, separate team have been formed for each ward, the members of the

  • Modi divided India by note ban, says Rahul

    Baran (Rajasthan) : Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Monday again criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the demonetisation issue and said he had divided the country into two.

  • BJP: Charges baseless, made out of frustration

    New Delhi : Hitting back at Rahul Gandhi, the BJP on Monday said he was making untrue and baseless allegations against Prime Minister Narendra Modi due to his frustration over the “success” of the campaign against black money and corruption.

  • Bhopal: Scope Public School organises annual fest

    BHOPAL: The annual function of Scope Public Hr Sec School, Misrod was organised on Monday. Additional director, school education, DS Kushwaha was the chief guest. AISECT director Pallavi Rao Chaturvedi and Dr Poonam Prakash, nodal principal, were also present.

  • In touch with Yemen for release of priest: India

    New Delhi : India on Monday said it was in regular touch with Yemeni authorities and Saudi Arabia regarding the safe release of Father Tom Uzhunnalil, who was abducted nearly nine months ago from war-torn Yemen, after a video of the priest pleading for help became viral.

  • Sahara diary: Cong ignores Sheila denial

    New Delhi : Notwithstanding its Uttar Pradesh chief ministerial candidate Sheila Dikshit’s name featuring in the list, the Congress on Monday demanded that Prime Minister Narendra Modi comes clean on the Sahara diaries bribery issue.

  • Cong downplays parties skipping Oppn meeting

    New Delhi : Cracks were visible in the Opposition unity ahead of Tuesday’s meeting convened by Congress to ramp up attack on demonetisation and alleged “personal corruption” of the Prime Minister, with Left parties and JD(U) unlikely to attend it.

  • Meet has no meaning, says Nitish

    Patna : The JD-U will not attend the opposition leaders meeting against demonetisation convened in New Delhi on Tuesday. Party’s general secretary KC Tyagi conveyed the decision of Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar and said the meeting was meaningless as 14 parties were in favour of demonetisation.

  • Bhopal: Miser Mirza’s antics send audience into splits

    BHOPAL: Based on the classic French comedy ‘The Miser’ (L’Avare), written by Molière, an Urdu play ‘Kanjoos’ was staged on Monday- the fourth day of the five-day Urdu drama festival at Ravindra Bhawan. Dealing with different dimensions of selfishness pervading the society, the farce was directed by Sarfaraz Hasan and translated into Urdu by Hazrat Aawara.

  • CBI’s failure to find amount of bribe paid to Tyagi surprises court

    New Delhi : A court here on Monday expressed astonishment over the Central Bureau of Investigation’s (CBI’s) failure in finding out the bribe amount paid to former IAF chief S P Tyagi in Agusta Westland VVIP helicopter deal after a three-year-and- nine-month investigation.

  • Delhi court issues notice to Zakir Naik

    Mumbai: The registrar of Unlawful Activities (Preventives) Tribunal, Delhi Court issued one notice to controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik’s banned outfit Islamic Research Foundation and it was served to his in-house lawyer SHA Jamati in Mumbai on December 26.

  • Lalu takes a dig at Modi

    Patna : RJD chief Lalu Prasad on Monday said time has come for Prime Minister Narendra Modi to search for a ‘chauraha’ (square) for himself where people can punish him for triggering a chaos in the country.

  • SP, BSP, Congress a cocktail of corruption: BJP

    The BJP’s retaliation came after BSP chief Mayawati earlier in the day alleged that the BJP, ongress and the Samajwadi Party had a tacit understanding for the coming assembly polls. (more…)

  • Mumbai: BEST to build substation at Wankhede stadium

    Mumbai: Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST) will construct a receiving substation at the Wankhede stadium to meet the additional electrical load requirements for the upcoming club house planned in the vicinity of the stadium. The proposed substation will be consisting of 33 kilovolt (KV).

  • Mithun resigns from Rajya Sabha

    Kolkata : Bollywood superstar and Trinamool Congress leader Mithun Chakraborty on Monday resigned from the Rajya Sabha on health grounds.