Free Press Journal
  • Today’s horoscope by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:– You will win over enemies in style in politics and sports. Fame is likely today. Those in poultry farm or agriculture business will make profit. Sons will make their dad’s proud.

  • Bhopal: NIA takes over custody of 3 ISIS sympathisers

    Bhopal: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) took three accused of ISIS module on police remand till March 27, on Thursday. The MP, ATS has handed over the Bhopal-Ujjain train blast case to the NIA, on the instructions given by the Government of India.

  • Bhopal: Wearing of jeans, T-shirts by officials irks police HQ

    Bhopal: The police headquarters administration is annoyed over jeans and T-shirts worn by officers during duty hours. The ADG administration has sent letter to the officers to wear uniform on every Tuesday. The circular in this regard was issued on December 17, 2012. It is found that officers are not only ignoring instructions from the headquarters  but also wearing jeans, T-shirts, sports shoes etc office hours. They are ignoring the circulars and

  • Watch Shashank Vyas new luxury Range Rover car!

    Shashank Vyas currently seen in Jaana Na Dil Se Door on Star Plus is not an exception, Recently the handsome actor bought an expensive luxury car which he always wanted to buy.

  • Bhopal: Police arrest inter-state chain snatcher

    BHOPAL: Police arrested an inter-state chain snatcher during vehicle checking drive on Wednesday. It was a joint operation of Piplani and Ayodhya police. They nabbed two robbers during vehicle checking drive at Khedapati temple and recovered stolen goods from their possession.

  • Bhopal: Unofficial Rs-10K cap on withdrawals from Jandhan accounts

    BHOPAL: Holders of Jandhan accounts are not being allowed to withdraw more than Rs 10,000 from their accounts. This issue was raised by the SDM of Khandwa at the ‘Parakh’ video-conferencing by the chief secretary B.P. Singh here on Thursday.

  • In Pictures: Sony launch new show Yeh Moh Moh Ke Dhaage; prime time 7pm

    Sony Entertainment launched another beautiful love story ‘Yeh Moh Moh Ke Dhaage’ on Thursday in Mumbai. The joining the launch party Ejaz Khan and Niyati Fatnani in the lead roles will be Muni Jha, Mugdha Shah, Keni Desai, Benaf Dadachandji amongst others.

  • Bhopal: Verify news before publication said Collector

    Narsinghpur: A district-level ‘Media Samvad’ was held here on Thursday. The programme was centred on challenges before journalists in changing times and with advent of new technology.

  • Bhopal: Major e-banking fraud detected in PNB

    Bhopal: Fraud through e-banking transaction to the tune of crores has been reported from Punjab National Bank, Karond Mandi, under Nishatpura police station area on Thursday. However, the case has not been reported to Nishatpura police till filing of the report. So, Nishatpura police has not filed any FIR in this e-banking fraud.

  • Drugs, graft: Amarinder faces big challenges

    The thumping victory that Captain Amarinder Singh has notched up for the Congress in Punjab, winning as many as 77 seats in an Assembly of 117 members, invests in him a major opportunity to give the state a clean and efficient administration. There is no mistaking the fact that it was largely a triumph of Amarinder’s organisational skills, his record of governance and in the eyes of the people his capacity to correct the

  • Bhopal: ISIS suspect’s locality abuzz with his detention news

    Khargone: Talai Mohalla situated behind Birla Marg of Khargone district remained in the news on Thursday, after Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad took away Avesh Sheikh, 26, son of Zakir Sheikh in connection with Shajapur train blast and the case related to terror outfit ISIS on Tuesday.

  • It’s raining sops in poll-bound Karnataka

    It is budget time in many states but as has become a feature in states across the country, sops rain when elections are not far away. It should be no surprise therefore that the Karnataka budget presented in the Assembly on Wednesday is one laced with populism. The extent of budget sops is directly proportional to the gravity of the challenge in the impending polls and in Karnataka’s case the threat of displacement from