Free Press Journal
  • Mumbai: Will Grand Paradi become another Campa Cola?

    Mumbai: If the Maharashtra Government does not wake up in time and take appropriate actions against the builder, the Grand Paradi building in Malabar Hill area of Mumbai will meet the fate of ‘Campa Cola’.

  • Bhopal: House burgled of cash, jewellery

    BHOPAL: Miscreants targeted a house of a retired employee of MP Road Development Corporation (MPRDC) in New Minal Residency and decamped with cash along with goods including silver ornaments and a revolver along with three live cartridges.

  • Today’s horoscope by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Cautious investment is to be done and keep a tab on your expenditure. Your long term financial goals would be attained. Storm in a cup of tea is likely today with your life partner.

  • Bhopal: Retired colonel complains against builder at public hearing

    BHOPAL: The district administration has instructed authority concerned to probe Srikrishna Infra Builders Private Limited which allegedly cheated many investors including retired colonel Sudeep Pandey. Col Pandey complained at the public hearing at collectorate against Srikrishna Infra Builders.

  • LG asks AAP to pay up 97 crore for splurge on ads

    New Delhi : In a setback to the Kejriwal dispensation, Lt Governor Anil Baijal has directed that Rs 97 crore be recovered from AAP that was allegedly ‘splurged’ by the city government on advertisements in violation of the Supreme Court guidelines. The AAP will have to reimburse the money within a month.

  • Bhopal: Chief Minister to attend passing out parade at Police Academy

    BHOPAL: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will attend the passing out parade of 89th batch of sub- inspectors organised at Police Academy, on Friday. In the current batch, 633 police subedars, special branch and SAF sub inspectors are taking training at Police Academy, Bhori, Bhopal.

  • Protests, shutdown affect life in Kashmir; clashes at some places

    Srinagar : Life across the Kashmir Valley was affected on Wednesday by the separatist-called protest shutdown against the shooting death of three civilians during security operations against militants and clashes broke out in some parts.

  • Bhopal: Man killed by low-floor bus, people agitate

    BHOPAL: A 22-year-old chef was killed in a road accident at Kamla Nagar on Wednesday. A low floor bus hit his bike and he died on the sport. Agitated mob damaged the bus. The driver managed to flee the spot. Relatives of the deceased demonstrated and blocked the road at Hamidia Hospital in protest against the speeding buses and reckless driving by other public transport vehicles.

  • NC demands judicial probe into civilian killings

    Srinagar : Opposition National Conference (NS) on Wednesday demanded a judicial probe into the killing of three youths in security forces firing near an encounter site in Budgam district of central Kashmir on Tuesday. “We demand judicial the probe into the gruesome killing of innocent civilians at Durbugh village of Chadoora yesterday,” NC General Secretary Ali Mohammed Sagar said, while addressing workers at party headquarters here.

  • NIA chargesheets 8 IS operatives

    The seven accused, who hail from Kerala and Tamil Nadu, were alleged to have entered into a criminal conspiracy to wage war against the country by collecting explosives and other material to    target prominent persons and places of public  importance in various parts of southern India. (more…)

  • Bhopal: Doctors suggest ways to save from summer heat

    BHOPAL: The high temperature has started affecting the life of people. The day temperature, which reaches above 40º C, has made daily life miserable for those who have to go out working in the day. Dietician and nutrition expert Dr Amrita Singh said the temperature was very high and it was very harmful for anyone exposed directly to the sun. “Anyone who has to stay out or go out should take extra

  • Abu Dhabi ISIS case: 2 accused plead guilty

    New Delhi : Two out of the three accused involved in the Abu Dhabi ISIS case have entered a plea of guilty in a special National Investigation Agency (NIA) court. The court has issued a notice to the NIA seeking a reply by April 10. The two accused are Sheikh Azhar ul-Islam and Mohd. Farhan Sheikh.

  • No international law to bar sale of items carrying Indian flag

    New Delhi : There is no international law barring the sale of products including doormats with image of the Indian flag in other countries, but legal action can be launched against e-commerce sites with commercial activities in India for selling such items, the government said on Wednesday.

  • Bhopal: Shanties gutted as cylinders blew off at Kanha Kunj

    BHOPAL: Ten shanties were gutted as three domestic cylinders blew off at Kanha Kunj, Kolar on Wednesday. Immediately, firefighters were pressed into service to douse the fire. SHO Kolar Susheel Mishra said, “LPG cylinders blew off, triggering fire in shantis. No one has been injured in the fire. Only household items and abandoned shantis were gutted.”

  • Won’t accept President’s post even if I am offered: Bhagwat

    Nagpur : RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Wednesday dismissed reports that he was in the race for the President of India’s post and asserted that he will not accept even if he was nominated. “I am not interested in that post. Such a news is only for entertainment. That is never going to happen,” Bhagwat said in Marathi while interacting with media persons here.

  • Bhopal: Gumti Café, a paan shop for the family

    BHOPAL: The word ‘gumti’ reminds us of a small shack at an unhygienic place surrounded by people with tobacco and paan stuffed in their mouth, spitting just anywhere, but when you enter this ‘gumti’ you find a neat and clean tobacco free environment. Gumti-The Pan Café gives you a perfect atmosphere to have a paan along with your family, which is not just tobacco-free but also available in 35 varities.

  • Anti-corruption steps: Govt cites 8 UPA measures

    New Delhi : The Government on Wednesday cited eight anti-graft measures, all put in place by the erstwhile Congress-led UPA dispensation, as initiatives to implement its policy of “zero tolerance” to corruption.

  • ITI graduates to get Class X, XII equivalent certificates: Centre

    New Delhi : The government proposes to set up a separate board for ITIs which will help them conduct exams and award certificates at par with those given to students clearing class X and XII examinations from Boards like CBSE.