Free Press Journal
  • I always wanted to be the best in the world, says Kohli

    Bengaluru: Always aiming to be the best in the business since his early days, India captain Virat Kohli says he very well knew that he has to consistently perform in all three formats of the game to realise his dream.

  • Deadly wheat blast disease spreads to Bengal districts

    Kolkata, The border with Bangladesh in West Bengal, infamous for smuggling of fake currency notes and cattle and infiltration of ISI agents, has gained notoriety on another count – entry of a deadly fungus which has caused devastation to the wheat crop.

  • Mumbai: Buying of Metro 3 coaches stuck due to PM Modi’s ‘Make in India’ scheme

    The Metro 3 project, which will be constructed by Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation (MMRC), has some hurdles in front before it can even complete project. The most controversial Metro 3 project, referred also as Colaba-Bandra-Seepz Metro 3, has been in state government’s pipeline for many years. The Metro 3 project will has to fight against various court cases filed by residents and activists in Mumbai.  But it is stuck again, due Prime

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    Ranbir Kapoor sent to Jail for a week in Bhopal

    Mumbai: Bollywood actor Ranbir Kapoor is sent in a Bhopal Jail for week. Yes you heard right? currently, Ranbir is shooting for a Sanjay Dutt biopic named ‘Rajneeti’ in Bhopal. Ranbir’s spend a week in Bhopal jail to get a real shoot and experience of what an inmate would go through. Ranbir reached Bhopal on Sunday and on Monday around 10.30 am shooting started.

  • Bhopal: Ex-servicemen involved in blast!

    BHOPAL: An ex-serviceman was among the plotters of the Bhopal-Ujjain train blast, said the sources probing the case. Six persons were involved in plotting the attack, said sources. While three terror suspects were arrested on Tuesday, two others GM Khan and Azhar are still absconding. Suspected ISIS terrorist Saifullah was killed on Wednesday in Lucknow. GM Khan is an ex-servicemen and was under the influence of the IS ideology for some time.

  • Bhopal-Ujjain Train Blast: ISIS leaves a message behind says ‘We are now in India’

    BHOPAL: Tuesday’s blast in Bhopal-Ujjain passenger marks the arrival of ISIS in the country.  IG, law and order, Makrand Deouskar on Wednesday claimed, “For the first time, an ISIS module has executed a blast on Indian soil. This blast was merely a trial as the module wanted to test their plan and execution.”

  • Bhopal: Equal wage, distribution of kerosene in open market demanded

    BHOPAL: The Congress has demanded kerosene be sold in open market to check its black marketing in the state. With distribution of gas connection under PM Ujjwala Yojana, kerosene distribution has been stopped in the state. The issue came up during discussion on demand for grant of food and civil supplies and labour department. Grant of Rs 1,790.37 crore was passed.

  • Anti-immigrant Trump is going berserk

    After the drive by the Trump administration in the US to weed out illegal foreign workers has come its misplaced initiative to remove foreign workers who have won permission to work legally. It is a measure of President Donald Trump’s paranoia that the department of justice has filed a brief in the Washington DC court of appeals seeking a 60-day freeze in a case involving employment authorisation for H-4 visa-holders who are primarily dependent

  • Combating IS has to be India’s top priority

    The low-intensity blast on a Bhopal-Ujjain passenger train in Madhya Pradesh which injured 10 people, the arrest of eight members of a group in MP and UP in a co-ordinated anti-terrorist action, and the gunning down by the Anti-Terror Squad of a terrorist named Saifullah who was holed up in a house in Lucknow all point to one thing—that the Islamic State, the dreaded West Asian radical group, is striving to establish its footprint

  • Bhopal: Crisis of doctors, paramedics in hospitals, government must act

    BHOPAL: Congress MLA Govind Singh, while speaking on demand of grant for health department, said Patanjali Ayurveda Limited was given license for medicine manufacturing in MP but why was it selling food items in the state. It was evading taxes by doing so, Singh added.

  • Tales of equity and debt in India since 2014

    India perplexes. That’s an adage that many have grown to live with. And nothing confirms this perplexing picture as the story of equity and debt since 2014 (see chart). Both suggest a story of growth and health.  But pay attention to the unspoken words, and a different picture begins to emerge. It is worrisome.

  • Bhopal: Property fraud case against seven

    BHOPAL: Koh-e-Fiza police registered a case of fraud and forgery for selling properties on the basis of fake and forged documents. Razia Sultan of Munsi Hussain Khan, Noor Mahal, lodged the complaint with the police which registered the case under sections 420,467,468,471 against seven accused.

  • Bhopal: Special health camp for women held

    SAGAR: Fusion Micro Finance organised a special health camp for women at Devrikala in the district. SDM Amritlal Prajapati was chief guest while municipality chairperson Mayank Chourasia was special guest. Health chief Dr Archana Sharan, Dr Mamta Trimori and branch manager Rajesh Sinduka were present. The women were examined, diagnosed and medicines were distributed to them. Senior manager Shailini Singh welcomed the guests and proposed the vote of thanks.

  • Aggressive tint in India-China relations

    CHINESE foreign ministry spokesperson Geng Shuan may have overstated his case when he said recently that the Dalai Lama is engaged in anti-China separatist activities under the guise of religion, but the Modi government too needs to tell the Dalai Lama firmly that he must stay apolitical and that while this country would allow him freedom to move around freely in India, he must desist from making statements against China that further sour India’s

  • Bhopal: One-stop centre for women opens

    HOSHANGABAD: The one-stop centre (Usha Kiran Centre) was inaugurated at the Red Cross building on the district hospital premises here on Wednesday. On this occasion, to mark International Woman’s Day, women and girl students were feted for their contribution to empowerment of women.

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    Mumbai: Cops get 30 bikes from MMRDA to ease traffic

    Mumbai: In order to curb the increasing traffic congestion due to Metro construction work, the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has extended its support to the Mumbai traffic police. MMRDA has provided 30 motorbikes to the traffic police officers for its projects namely Metro Line 2A (Dahisar-DN Nagar) and Line 7 (Dahisar east to Andheri east).