Free Press Journal
  • Saif Ali Khan completes his silver Jubilee in Bollywood, here is his journey

    Saif Ali Khan completed 25 year in Bollywood industry. His Journey from Parampara in Yash Chopra film to Rangoon which will release this year is a much awaited event itself. He acted in 50 films as a lead actor. He has also been a co-star to Akshay Kumar, Shah Rukh Khan, Ajay Devgn, while starting career in Bollywood he act alongside with Aamir Khan in Parampara.

  • horoscope

    Your day by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries: Take care of your valuables and documents today. In proper care of health may put you in trouble. There will complication rising your projects and will increase your tensions.

  • Leader with majority support should be made CM: Experts

    New Delhi : Floor test is the best way of resolving as to who among the two — Edappady K Palaniswami and O Panneerselvam — can be invited as the new Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, legal experts said on Tuesday.

  • With Netra, India fourth country with eye in sky

    Bengaluru : An indigenous Airborne Early Warning and Control System (AEW&C) christened ‘Netra’ was handed over to the IAF on Tuesday at the ongoing ‘Aero India 2017’ here, ushering India into an elite club of only three nations possessing such technology.

  • Air Force’s symbol of women power

    Bengaluru : As the indigenously developed Airborne Early Warning and Control System (AEW&CS) ‘Netra’ was inducted into the Air Force on Tuesday, a group of women scientists were smiling from ear to ear as their hard work of more than a decade was finally seeing the light of the day.

  • No tweaking of reservation criteria: Govt

    At the instance of the Prime Minister, the Cabinet Secretary has made it clear that the government shall maintain “status quo” on all reservation-related issues.  (more…)

  • Frame national policy for mentally ill: SC to Centre

    New Delhi : Supreme Court on Tuesday favoured framing of a uniform national policy to deal with those suffering from mental illness and their release from hospitals after being cured.

  • Bhopal: MLAs say ministers do not respect them

    HOSHANGABD/ BHOPAL: At the training session of BJP MLAs at Pachmarhi on Tuesday, Sidhi MLA Kedar Shukla raised the issue of ‘respect’ of MLAs.

  • Indian coast under erosion

    New Delhi : A startling disclosure of 45.5% of the Indian coast under erosion has been made by the Central Water Commission in a study carried out in tandem with the pace Applications Centre, using the satellite imagery and the locals, to produce the Shoreline Change Atlas of the Indian Coast.

  • Over half of world’s pollution deaths in China, India

    Beijing and around two dozen cities were under heavy blanket of smog at the end December 2016. New Delhi is no less, with dust and diesel-driven cars adding to the pollution woe. Crop burning in neighbouring state is also source of pollution. (more…)

  • Bhopal: Probe agencies yet to file cases for mass copying in PMT

    BHOPAL: The STF and the CBI have registered cases and are prosecuting those who indulged in impersonation and roll number fixing to help candidates clear PMTs 2008 to 2013 but both the agencies have not taken cognisance of the mass copying in these exams.

  • 250 crorepatis, 110 with criminal cases in the fray

    New Delhi: A total of 250 crorepati candidates are in the fray for the third phase of the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections to be held on Sunday, while 110 contestants have criminal cases against their names, says a latest report.

  • Bhopal: Shoot-at-sight orders on prisoners trying to escape

    MORENA: ADGP Prisons Gajiram Meena, after inspecting the local jail here on Tuesday, told the media that he had issued orders that prison guards should immediately shoot any prisoner who is trying to escape.

  • Sasikala’s eclipse is poetic justice

    The historic conviction of V. K. Sasikala in the disproportionate assets case has vindicated all those who had faith in the judiciary that it would deliver justice without fear or favour and that despite aberrations and inordinate delays, the Indian judicial system is still robust and healthy. The Supreme Court bench of Justice Amitava Roy and Justice Pinaki Chandra Ghose, in upholding the lower court’s verdict and setting aside the Karnataka High Court judgement

  • Bhopal: Govt denied EOW to book accused of Vyapam scam Mahindra, Sen in 2003

    BHOPAL: The multi layer Vyapam scam could have been exposed a long time back if the state government had sanctioned permission to the Economic Offence Wing (EOW) to register case against ex-principal system analyst Nitin Mahindra and ex-senior system analyst Ajay Kumar Sen. The EOW has sought permission to book the duo in a case of irregularities, but the government did not sanction the permission and the duo were later found to

  • End of the road for Chinnamma

    All political lives end in failure, said the British conservative politician, Enoch Powell. Sadly for Sasikala, she failed even before her political “life” could begin. The abrupt end to her incipient career terminates her energetic foray into a field for which she must have been secretly preparing all through her days as former chief minister Jayalalithaa’s companion.

  • Quote Of The Day

    “After the first phase of polls, the    language of     opponents has changed. Blood pressure of some has also increased. There has been a lot of ‘mann ki baat’, now there should be ‘kaam ki baat’.