Free Press Journal
  • Uddhav Thackeray invokes his late father’s legacy

    “I definitely am the boss being (late) Shiv Sena supremo Balasaheb Thackeray’s son. Even the BJP have to accept that I am the boss as I also head a powerful organisation.” Uddhav Thackeray/ Shiv Sena president,

  • Maharashtra ATS takes SIMI man’s brother into custody

    Indore : A team of Maharashtra police’s Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) has detained a man here in a case registered under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, city police said on Saturday.

  • 2,530 cases settled in day-long National Lok Adalat

    Ujjain: A national people’s court was organised on Saturday at district headquarters and associated 37 benches across the district for speedy settlement of long pending cases.  District and sessions judge BK Shrivastava inaugurated the court by lighting the traditional lamp in front of the portraits of Mahatma Gandhi and Goddess Saraswati.  A total of 30, 965 cases were registered during the session. Approximately, 2,530 petitioners won their cases. Out of 2,530 cases,

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    Frightened Sena trying to woo Cong: Sanjay Nirupam

    “Shiv Sena knows that it is going to lose the BMC polls and hence trying to woo the Congress now. Sena has left Mumbai in dire straits. There are scams everywhere in BMC like, road scam, desilting scam sewerage scam.”

  • Top BJP, Cong leaders to campaign in city

    Mumbai : Union Ministers Venkaiah Naidu and Nitin Gadkari and former Union Minister P Chidambaram will be among the star campaigners for the high-octane campaign for the February 21 Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation polls.

  • 63% Turnout In First Phase

    EC says participation of voters has been ‘exemplary’ in peaceful poll.

  • Narendra Modi fond of peeping into bathrooms: Rahul Gandhi

    Lucknow : In a strong attack, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi was “fond of peeping into others’ bathrooms” and Googling and was a “complete failure”.

  • Family injured in road mishap

    Ujjain: A family travelling in Tufan was injured in a head on collision with a Ford Icon car near village Sodand at Unhel Road, here on early Saturday. The family was going to Harda from Mandsaur to attend a birthday party. According to information, Sashikala (45) , wife of Ramchandra Paliwal, Nirmala (50), wife of Jagdish Chandra Paliwal and Sarita (35), wife of Sanjay Paliwal got injured when the Tufan  (MP 14

  • BJP reaches out to small groups within North Indian community

    Mumbai : In a bid to woo members of small groups within the North Indian community, spread across different pockets in the metropolis, the city BJP unit has started reaching out to them with an appeal to vote for the party in the upcoming BMC polls.

  • Four-liner love letters

    City-based Lovely Friends Group celebrated Pre-Valentine Day on Wednesday with fun and frolic. Based on the Red theme, all the member of the group were clad in red attires, mostly in saris. They sang and danced on some romantic film songs. They also played some fun games one of which was love letter. In this game, the each member had to write four filmy words or lines for their hubbies. Some of

  • Bhoomi pujan of eye hospital held

    Ujjain : Bhoomi Pujan for an eye hospital was organised at Hasampura village here on Saturday.  The hospital will be constructed on 11,000 square feet land by Shri Laksminarayan Dev Medical Research Foundation and would be christened Shri Swami Narayan Eye Hospital.

  • BJP’s ‘Vasudev’ starts election campaign

    Mumbai : Citizens of Mumbai will now be welcomed with the traditional song and dance of the ‘Vasudev’ — the traditional messengers, who would sing devotional songs of Lord Krishna in the old areas of Mumbai city.

  • Oops, dial ‘Vote for Mumbai’ is simply a wrong number!

    The State Election Commission had launched an ‘I will vote’ campaign for the BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) elections in which they had published a cell phone number. The citizens were asked to give a missed call on this number which was widely publicised on hoardings and banners across the city incurring lakhs of rupees.

  • CM fetes mayor, others for excellent services during Simhastha

    Ujjain : CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan felicitated Mayor Meena Jonwal for her excellent contribution during Simhastha, on this occasion the CM Chouhan honored her with a Service Medal and Certificate of honour. On this occasion CM Chouhan also honoured the chairman of Simhasth Central Committee Makhan Sigh Chouhan, chairman of Simhastha Fair Authority Diwakar Natu, Babulal Jain, Sonu Gehlot, Iqbalsingh Gandhi, Paras Jain, Mohan Yadav, UDA chairman Jagdish Agrawal and Roop Pamnani.

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    Cong doesn’t need Sena praise: Prithviraj Chavan

    Mumbai : The former chief minister of Maharashtra, Prithviraj Chavan on Saturday criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his ‘janmapatri’ remark during a campaign speech, saying the latter has “forgotten the political ethics.” Chavan also said that the Congress party does not require any ‘certificates’ from Shiv Sena and BJP for the work they have done for the people.

  • Akshay Kumar to be in city for 3 months Will shoot for satirical film on Swachchta Abhiyan

    BHOPAL : Ace film actor Akshay Kumar reached city of lakes on Saturday morning for shooting of his upcoming film ‘Toilet-Ek Prem Katha’. The renowned actor reached the city by a flight of Jet airways early morning and immediately left for Sehore by road for shooting. The shoot will be held at old collectorate, Englishpura Road and Cinema Square.  Kumar will be in the city for three months. After Sehore, the movie