Free Press Journal
  • CM to address fulltime BJP workers ahead of Mission-2018

    Ujjain: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan is scheduled to address the closing session of a two-day state-level training camp of 195 fulltime BJP workers ahead of ‘Mission-2018’, at Mahaveer Tapobhumi, here on Wednesday.

  • Samajwadi Party split formalised, Akhilesh Yadav stakes claim on symbol

    New Delhi/Lucknow : The split in Samajwadi Party was formalised on Tuesday, with the Akhilesh Yadav camp approaching the Election Commission to assert that the party is “actually” headed by the Chief Minister now and not its founder Mulayam Singh who had knocked at the doors of the poll panel yesterday to lay claim on ‘cycle’ symbol.

  • Bhopal: ‘No more jail breaks now’

    Chouhan, reviewing the priorities, asked additional chief secretary Vinod Semwal to ensure proper security arrangements in jails so that there are no more jail breaks Forest minister Gaurishankar Shejwar said there will be no more jail breaks in the state, probably alluding to the death of eight SIMI under-trials in an alleged police encounter.

  • Mumbai: Molester still stalking woman despite arrest

    Mumbai : A 34 year-old widow who was molested in July last year has alleged that the Shivaji Nagar police did not take any action against the molester who had touched her inappropriately in July last year.

  • Nagpur murderers’ appeal is dismissed

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed an appeal of three persons, including a married woman, sentenced to rigorous imprisonment for life for the murder of Raman Tonpe in Narkhed town of Nagpur district in 2003 following a dispute over the land bought by him.

  • CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan to teach students in school on January 28

    BHOPAL  : Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, addressing a joint meeting of ministers and senior officers at Mantralaya here on Tuesday, said he, ministers, MLAs, corporators, other public representatives, officers and police officers will teach students on January 28. This unique initiative of teaching will be done in 1.21 lakh schools across the state at a time. Similarly, a calendar will also be prepared about such teaching.

  • Listening to Thought

    In opening the mind, or ‘letting go’, we bring attention to one point on just watching, or being the silent witness who is aware of what comes and goes. We’re freeing the mind from blindly repressing, so if we become obsessed with any trivial thoughts or fears, or doubts, worries or anger, we don’t need to analyze them. We don’t have to figure out why we have them, but just make them

  • Demonetisation was a necessary step for GST implementation: EEPC’s Rajat

    Engineering Export Promotion Council (EEPC) believes R&D is critical for the country and has been constantly putting in efforts to promote R&D. Rajat Srivastava, regional director of EEPC India talks about how R&D can help improve India’s trade. In conversation with Jescilia Karayamparambil, he also discusses the impact of demonetisation on its members and other global trends that will shape Indian trade.