Free Press Journal
  • Dreaded UP mafias transferred from one prison to another

    Lucknow, The Uttar Pradesh government has transferred many mafias from one jail to another following complaints that they were lording over in prisons, conducting anti-social and criminal activities from even inside the jails.

  • Stalin threatens to launch anti-Hindi movement across Tamil Nadu

    New Delhi: Dravida Munnetra Kazhagham (DMK) treasurer and acting president M.K. Stalin has condemned the replacement of signboards with English language with those of Hindi along the National Highways in Tamil Nadu.

  • Slaughterhouse ban: Bihar, Jharkhand follow UP, protests arise in Maharashtra, Karnataka

    New Delhi: In the wake of newly-appointed Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s bid to clamp down on illegal slaughterhouses, several states, including as many as five Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-ruled states have followed in for the closure of illegal abattoirs across the country.

  • China bans burqas, abnormal beards in Muslim province of Xinjiang

    London: China, on Friday banned burqas, veils and abnormal beards in a Muslim province claiming that it is a crackdown on religious extremism. As per the Independent, the measures also forced people to watch state television, follow decades of ethnic and religious discrimination against Xinjiang’s 10 million-strong ethic Uyghur population.

  • Vikram Bhatt’s Gehraiyaan will definitely give you the chills

    Mumbai: Filmmaker Vikram Bhatt is pushing the pedal on wooing digital audiences. The trailers of the latest premium digital shows co-produced by him and Video-on-Demand platform, Viu have taken the internet by storm. Gehraiyaan, an urban thriller with its eerie feel brings television’s hit jodi Sanjeeda Sheikh and Vatsal Sheth back together essaying roles that they have never played before. What’s interesting for viewers to enjoy is their on-screen chemistry amidst the

  • Story behind stardom: Spotlight

    Viu and Vikram Bhatt present short film on Bollywood Exposed ‘Spotlight’. The story shows the the life of stars which a stardom creates in Bollywood industries. The short film Spotlight shows the story behind Stardom.

  • Bhopal: Shivraj Singh Chouhan goes Yogi way, orders anti-Romeo drive

    BHOPAL: “Launch a drive against Romeos, who are creating problems for girls and women. The state government is going to bring death sentence bill against rapists in the monsoon session,” said CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan at a passing out parade of police officials on Friday.

  • Bhopal: Mantralaya staffers create ruckus

    BHOPAL: The leaders of the Mantralayeen Karmachari Sangathan created a big ruckus in the state secretariat on Friday. They also raised slogans against Rafi Dafaria, deputy secretary of the revenue department. They also staged a brief dharna before his chamber. President of the Sangathan Sudhir Nayak said the government had promised to allot land to MP State Karmachari Aawas Nigam. The secretariat employees wanted to build their house on the land. However,

  • Bhopal: Commissioner visits Hamidia hospital for eye checkup

    BHOPAL: Commissioner Ajatshatru Shrivastava visited Hamidia Hospital on Friday for his eye check-up. During his visit he also checked the renovation and revamping of the hospital. He instructed the doctors and paramedical staff to make the facilities readily available for the patients and without any delay. He also asked the staff to behave patiently with the attendants of patients and keep them completely informed about patient’s condition so that they are not

  • Bhopal: Jageshwari Mela in full swing

    CHANDERI: Like every year, the municipal committee has organised the Ma Jageshwari Mela this year too. The idols of goddess Gangaur, symbol of happiness and prosperity, were carried in a huge procession from Phoota Kuan to the fair venue via Narsingh Temple, main market at Katra. The devotees showered flower petals on the procession and performed aarti. The traditional Rai dance was also performed.

  • Bhopal: Five town inspectors, 3 sub-inspectors shifted

    SHIVPURI: In a major surgery, the SP Sunil Pande has shifted five town inspectors and three sub-inspectors. Bairad TI Dharmendra Singh Yadav has been shifted to Picchore, Dehata Thana in-charge TI Sanjeev Tiwari has been moved to Karera. He will be replaced by Satish Singh Chouhan. Omprakash Arya has been moved from Karera to Bairad while Uttam Singh Mandelia has been shifted from Picchore to Police Lines.

  • Bhopal: Workshop on Juvenile Justice Act

    MORENA: On the directives of the directorate of woman empowerment, Bhopal and under the guidance of collector Vinod Sharma, a two-day training workshop on Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act 2015 and the Rules 2016 and Prevention of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012 was organised here on March 30-31 by the department of woman and child development, Morena. Addressing the trainees, Sanjay Agarwal, district woman empowerment officer gave a

  • Celebrity MPs must be regular attendees

    A new controversy has surfaced on celebrities nominated to Parliament for “special knowledge or practical experience in respect of such matters as literature, science, art and social service” not devoting time to Parliament sittings and showing shockingly poor attendance. Among others, legendary cricketer Sachin Tendulkar and cine stars like Rekha fare very badly on the session roster record book. In the four and a half years that Sachin and Rekha have held their nominated

  • Bhopal: Road construction work inaugurated

    Khetia: Road construction from village Bhadgone to Hanuman temple to village Tanda worth Rs 9.97 lakh was inaugurated in the presence of local MLA Deewan Singh Patel as the chief guest on Thursday. MLA appealed to the villagers to take benefits of all the government schemes and informed in detail about the same. Instructions were given to officials to complete the construction work that has been sanctioned. Sarpanch Makdibai Bajirao, former District

  • Bhopal: Sheikh Salim in Asian Hockey panel

    UMARIA: The fifth Asian School Hockey Championship is to be played at Bhopal from April 2 to 14. V.V. Saxena, deputy director, public instruction has been nominated as chairperson of the committee for making arrangements related with the sports grounds. The committee has been constituted by director, public instructions. From Umaria Sheikh Salim, in-charge district sports officer, Sirajuddin, Mohammed Bashir, Abdul Naeem, Anil and Rajesh Yadav have also been nominated.