Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai: Central Railway motormen and guards may go on strike on February 1

    Mumbai: Central Railways motormen will be go on strike on February 1, because the Railways administration are cancelling a committee from the railways division. The motormen and guards will go on strike tomorrow if the administration does not take their decision back.

  • IT Department attaches properties under Benami Property Transactions Act

    New Delhi: The Income Tax (IT) Department has recently attached properties under Prohibition of Benami Property Transactions Act, 1988, and issued 87 notices out of which 42 properties have already been attached in the last few days, sources state.

  • Deutsche Bank fined nearly USD 630 mn over money laundering

    New York: New York and British authorities slapped nearly USD 630 million in fines on German banking giant Deutsche Bank over alleged money laundering in Russia, New York State’s Department of Financial Services announced.

  • Obama rebuffs Trump’s immigration order, says American values are at stake

    Washington D.C.: Coming down on President Donald Trump’s executive order curbing immigration from select Muslim nations, his predecessor Barack Obama expressed his support to the protesters who have taken to the nation’s airports to express their displeasure with Trump’s announcement.

  • Sikh-Americans hire marketing firm for Sikhism awareness in US

    Washington: In efforts to reduce the hate crimes and violence that the Sikhs have faced since 9/11, the Sikh-American community have hired a well know marketing firm to generate a nationwide awareness about Sikhism.

  • Trump spokesman leaves India’s UNSC bid hanging

    Washington, What will US President Donald Trump’s stance be on India’s quest for a permanent seat on the UN Security Council that received a ringing endorsement from his predecessor?

  • Quebec mosque attack suspect charged with murder

    Toronto, Canadian police has charged Alexandre Bissonnette with six counts of first degree murder and five of attempted murder for the Sunday attack at a mosque in Quebec, a media report said on Tuesday.

  • Bhopal: CM praises woman mining inspector for seizing his nephew’s dumper

    BHOPAL: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, in the course of a video conference on Monday, appreciated  Rashmi Pandey, a mining inspector of Sehore district,  had caught dumpers overloaded with sand. The seized dumpers belonged to CM’s nephew Pradhyumna Singh Chouhan.

  • Bhopal: State government takes 7 years to send computers to schools

    BHOPAL: It was in 2010 that the Central Government asked the states to implement Information and Communication Technology (ICT) programme in schools. Seven years down the line, computers are still on their way to the schools.

  • Bhopal: 10,000 hectares of donated land lying undistributed for 66 years

    BHOPAL: Several big landholders, drawing inspiration from the Bhoodaan movement launched by Vinoba Bhave in 1951, had donated 31,500 hectares of land in the state, of which 21,300 hectares has been distributed to 15,000 persons while 9588 hectares remains undistributed as it was not found fit for agriculture or for some other reasons.

  • Bhopal: No pressure, healthy diet, break from studies, adequate sleep

    BHOPAL: “Treat examinations as a festival or celebration and not as a source of stress”, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday in ‘Mann Ki Baat’ radio programme to students and their families asking them to treat examinations as “pleasure” instead of “pressure” , “smile more to score more” and not take it as “test of life”.”

  • Narendra Modi greets NDRF on its 12th Raising Day

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday commended the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) for its efforts in disaster response, rescue and relief.