Free Press Journal
  • BJP set to get ‘triple talaq’ in UP: Yechury

    Lucknow : After its back-to-back debacles in Delhi and Bihar, BJP will face ‘triple talaq’ in the upcoming Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections, CPI(M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury said on Friday.

  • Sonia, Rahul to campaign for Uttarakhand polls

    Dehradun : Congress president Sonia Gandhi, vice president Rahul Gandhi and former prime minister Manmohan Singh are among 35 eminent leaders who will campaign for the party in Uttarakhand for the February 15 Assembly elections.

  • Bhopal: Akbar House is champ in Bal Bhavan annual meet

    BHOPAL: The Annual Sports Meet of Bal Bhavan School was held on January 26 at T.T. Nagar Stadium.  The main attractions of the programme were march past, folk dances, aerobics, gymnastics, karate and yoga. Out of four house of the school, Akbar House emerged overall champion.  Arjun awardee and former Olympics gold medalist, Jalaluddin Rizvi was present as the chief guest on the occasion. Director of the school, Omar Ali, principal Dr

  • Shikha Joshi’s father writes to president for case transfer

    Mumbai: The father of model-turned-actor Shikha Joshi, who died mysteriously in 2014, is now planning to write to the president to press their demand to transfer the case from Mumbai’s Oshiwara police station to Delhi.

  • Priyanka jibe: Cong wants Katiyar to apologise

    New Delhi : Women Congress workers on Friday staged a protest outside the BJP office here demanding an apology  from its leader Vinay Katiyar for his “sexist” remarks against Priyanka Gandhi Vadra.

  • Bhopal: NTPC, Rihand celebrates Republic Day

    BHOPAL: The 68th Republic Day was celebrated with enthusiasm at Rihand project of NTPC. The 68th Republic Day was celebrated with enthusiasm at Rihand project of NTPC. Executive director (Rihand), KRC Murthi hoisted the national flag. It was followed by singing of national anthem by everyone. Balloons, symbolizing peace, were also released in the air.

  • Media should shut up, says Trump’s man

    Washington : A top advisor of US President Donald Trump has told the mainstream media to “keep its mouth shut” as he called them the new administration’s “opposition”, ratcheting up its simmering feud with journalists.

  • Bhopal: State government to form special policy for garment industry

    BHOPAL: Minister for commerce-industry, employment, mineral resources and overseas Indians, Rajendra Shukla said that Madhya Pradesh has emerged as a hub of the textile industry of the country in the last one decade due to the industrial friendly policy of the state government. He said that the state has around one thousand acre land bank in all the districts to establish Industries. A special policy is being brought soon to encourage garment

  • Don defers executive order on voter fraud

    Washington: The White House said that President Donald Trump would sign an executive action to begin an investigation into voter fraud on Friday or Saturday, postponing a move that was expected on Thursday.

  • Only 36 pc approve Trump’s handling of his new job: Poll

    Washington: Only 36 per cent of US voters approve Donald Trump’s handling of his presidency in his first week, according to a new poll amidst the new administration’s controversial plans to effect changes in existing immigration policies and construct a wall along its border with Mexico.

  • Bhopal: Temple priest sustains electric shock, dies

    BHOPAL: A 55-year-old unmarried priest was electrocuted on the intervening night of Thursday and Friday. As per police sources, Rajesh Tiwari alias Ramdas, 55, who hailed from Seoni, was a priest in Ram Janki temple, Ashoka Garden for the last five years. He lived in a cottage on the temple premises.

  • Paying for wall is unacceptable: Mexico

    Washington : Mexican Secretary of Foreign Affairs Luis Videgaray said that paying for a wall that US President Donald Trump wants to build on the border was “totally unacceptable”, the media reported.

  • Australia honours 4 desis with high-profile awards

    Canberra : Australia has honoured four Indian-origin persons here with its civilian awards for their contributions in the field of medicine and work towards the community, a media report said.

  • China gears up to welcome ‘Year of the Rooster’

    Beijing : As China gets ready to bid farewell to the Year of the Monkey and usher in the Year of the Rooster, it’s time for family reunions, fireworks and feasts, a media report said on Friday.