Free Press Journal
  • HC orders CBI probe into Narada sting case

    Kolkata : The ruling Trinamool Congress on Friday suffered a jolt after a division bench of the Calcutta High Court asked the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to conduct a preliminary probe into the Narada News sting operation case in which eleven ruling Trinamool Congress leaders including ministers and member Parliament and a senior police official were seen accepting bribe from a fictitious company set by the media house.

  • Economic Survey of Maharashta: Drop in train accident deaths

    Mumbai: Going contrary to the trend of ever increasing deaths due to train accidents in the Mumbai city, the Economic Survey has revealed that there has been a substantial decrease in the number of such deaths.

  • Bhopal: Inspector shifted for lodging FIR against IFS officer’s wife

    BHOPAL: A police inspector fell victim to a brawl between two high profile women in post Emerald Park locality. He paid the price for his honesty and has been shunted from Bagsewania to Bairgarh police station. His crime: He registered an FIR against wife of an Indian Forest Service (IFS) officer. However, the inspector has cited family problem as the reason for seeking the transfer.

  • BJP cannot take on TMC in West Bengal: Mamata

    “If the BJP targets West Bengal, the TMC will target India,” she stated. “If they target (West) Bengal, don’t you think we will target     India? If they target Bengal, Odisha, and Bihar, we will go all the way” (more…)

  • Bhopal: Primary schools with less than 20 students to be shut down

    BHOPAL: The state government is planning to shut down primary schools that have a student strength of less than 20. A draft is already being prepared in this regard. The pilot project will initially be launched in three districts namely Sehore, Betul and Rajgarh.

  • No clue so far on 2 missing Indian clerics: Pakistan  

    Lahore/New Delhi : Pakistan on Friday said it has no clue so far about the two Indian clerics, including the 80-year-old head priest of New Delhi’s Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah, who went missing in the country. “No clue to the missing Indian priests has been found so far. However, we are pro-actively pursuing this case,” Foreign Office spokesperson Nafees Zakaria told PTI.

  • No country more secular than India: Dalai Lama

    Buddhist monks and scholars from various countries are participating in the seminar ‘Buddhism in 21st Century’ being held at International Convention      Centre in Rajgir, about 100 km from the capital Patna. (more…)

  • Bombay HC seeks details of Bilkis Bano case convicts from the CBI

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Friday directed the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to place on record the details of sentence undergone by all the convicts in the infamous Bilkis Bano gang rape case. The HC is likely to pronounce its judgment on the appeals of the 11 convicts who have challenged their sentence.

  • Bhopal: Two nabbed from BHEL premises

    BHOPAL: The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) personnel nabbed two unidentified persons from BHEL factory premises around 4.10 am on Friday.  The duo was arrested near the perimeter wall, a press release said. Security guard deployed on the premises informed shift in-charge that two unidentified persons had jumped into the factory compound. Following the information, shift in-charge along with quick reaction team (QRT) and intelligence sleuths rushed to the spot and nabbed

  • Bhopal: Free coaching for civil services aspirants inaugurated

    GWALIOR: Divisional Commissioner S N Rupla inaugurated free coaching ‘Udan’, to be conducted by the district administration under the Anandam scheme for civil services aspirants at SMS Model Science College, Gwalior, on Wednesday.

  • Mumbai: Revised Development Plan (DP) 2014-34 to be delayed further

    Mumbai: Mumbaikars will have to wait for two more months to see the entire city’s revamp. This comes after the proposal to clear the revised Development Plan (DP) 2014-34 was extended by another two months during the general body meeting of the civic body, on Friday.

  • Bhopal: Karila fair draws big crowd

    CHANDERI: Lakhs of devotees participated in the religious fair organised at Karila Dham on the premises of 200-year-old Janaki Valamiki Ashram. Legend has it that Sita, along with her sons Luv and Kush, had stayed here for sometime. Those whose wishes are fulfilled organise Budelkhand’s famous Rai dance here. The administration had made extensive arrangements for the fair. More than Rs 1 crore was spent on creating requisite infrastructure. Around 200 tankers