Free Press Journal
  • Democratic Party expresses concern over Trump’s foreign policy

    Washington: The opposition Democratic party has expressed concerns over the Trump administration’s foreign policy amid reports that the US President did not have a cordial phone conversation with the leaders of Mexico and Australia.

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    Your day by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:– You’ll be well protected and should be able to bring your most ambitious projects to a successful conclusion. You’ll be endowed with energy, determination, strength of character and perseverance.

  • Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2017- Day 2

    The second day themed as Sustainable Fashion and Indian Textiles, opened with The Artisans’ Centre “Reincarnations Show” conceived and curated by Radhi Parekh supported by Mantra Foundation. Five very innovative and interesting designers proved how materials and fabrics can be recycled and turned into great stylish items. To the live music by the Merope Quartet the variety of clothes, jewellery, footwear, bags, scarves and accessories were a veritable feast for the eyes.

  • Bhopal: Man murders wife, buries her in his flat

    BHOPAL: A team of West Bengal police, on Thursday, arrested Udain Das, 32, son of PK Das of Saket Nagar for murder of his wife Akanksha Swet, daughter of Devendra Kumar Sharma of Bankura, West Bengal. Das was married to Akanksha in 2015 in the United States of America. Her mother Indrani Das was a DSP in MP Police. After the division of the state in 2000, her services were handed over

  • Bombay High Court rejects Chintan Upadhyay’s bail plea

    Justice Jadhav also noted that Chintan had drawn certain ‘objectionable’ paintings in their Juhu flat, which allegedly humiliated Hema and after sensing something wrong in it she had filed a case with the police.

  • Bhopal: Liquor shop source of crime, loss of business, nuisance

    BHOPAL: Addiction among college students is increasing fast and parents send the limited money for their studies so they commit crimes like chain snatching to meet the requirement. So Liquor shop located in 5-Number market should be shifted immediately. This was the view of the local traders of the complex.

  • Bhopal: Informal meet of Cabinet at Hanuwantia today

    BHOPAL: An informal meeting of the cabinet is being organised on Friday at Hanuwantia, a tourist destination in Khandwa district. The discussion would be held on issues to be taken up on mission mode in the state in the days to come. There would be discussion on the issues of electricity, woman and child development, technical education, tribal welfare, urban development and medical education departments. Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan would also

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    Facebook Friends Day: All you need to know about it

    Mumbai: A little bit confusion was created about the ‘Friends Day’, which was celebrated on Facebook as ‘Friends Day”. In college Friendship Day is celebrated on the first Sunday of August. But here Facebook celebrated ‘Friends Day’ in the month of February.

  • Bhopal: Business won’t pick up till more cash gets into circulation

    BHOPAL: While the businessmen are happy over the provisions in the union budget presented on Wednesday but they are disappointed that the government is yet to remove the Rs 24,000 weekly cap on withdrawals from ATMs. They say that unless enough cash is pumped into the economy, their businesses will not pick up.

  • Bhopal: Javed Akhtar to recite his poetry today

    BHOPAL: MP Urdu Academy is going to organise a felicitation ceremony and Mushaira at Ravindra Bhavan on Friday from 2.30 pm onwards. The felicitation is for year 2015-16 and 2016-17. The programme would be divided into two sessions. The first session would be presided over by founder of Jashan-e-Bahar Dr. Kamna  Prasad, Delhi.  On the occasion, Prasad and Sanjeev Saraf would be felicitated for Urdu service on national and international level. Some

  • Supporters of Sanjay Nirupam, Gurudas Kamat clash in Mumbai

    Mumbai: The constant tension between two prominent leaders, Sanjay Nirupam, the president of Mumbai Region Congress Committee (MRCC) and former Member of Parliament Gurudas Kamat has now spilled over on the streets. The workers between the two Congress factions clashed on Thursday engaging in a scuffle at a Hotel Juhu.

  • Bhopal: Stress inevitable but heavens won’t fall if you don’t score high

    BHOPAL: The Board examinations of class 10 and 12 students are round the corner and these are stressful times for the students. The Free Press Journal spoke to some students who are going to appear in the exams to know how students keep themselves stress-free. And we also asked to them that did they hear Modi’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’ on how to cope with exam stress on last Sunday.

  • Bhopal: Six held with Rs 34 lakh in scrapped currency notes

    BHOPAL: In the biggest haul of old currency notes in the state, scrapped notes worth Rs 34 lakh were seized from the state capital on Thursday. Six persons, who used to get the old notes exchanged on 40 per cent commission, have been arrested in this connection. The case has been handed over to the Income Tax Department. The notes will be handed over to RBI.

  • Bhopal: Ousted for messing up med edu, Prabhanshu gets key SC welfare

    BHOPAL: Additional chief secretary Prabhanshu Kamal, who was cooling his heels for the past one-and-a-half months after being unceremoniously ousted from the department of medical education because of mismanagement in the Hamidia Hospital, has been handed over the charge of scheduled castes welfare department.