Free Press Journal
  • Over 140 soldiers killed in Taliban strike on Afghan army facility

    Mazar-I-Sharif : At least 140 Afghan soldiers were killed and wounded in a coordinated Taliban attack on an army base in northern Afghanistan late on Friday night. It is the latest in a string of deadly assaults against Afghan military sites.

  • ISRO chief to speak on harnessing benefits of space technology

    BHOPAL : A day-long meet on promoting space technology-based tools and applications in governance and development will be organised jointly by the MP Council of Science and Technology (MPCST) and Indian Space Research organisation (ISRO) at Bhopal on March 24.

  • BJP distances itself from Bisen’s callous act

    BHOPAL : Minister Gauri Shankar Bisen, who is in charge of the Chhindwara district, could not stop himself from speaking to camera-wielding TV reporters even while he was carrying the bier of one of victims of the fire at a PDS shop at Harrai in the district, which left 13 persons dead. The incident happened on Saturday.

  • 5 Pakistan citizens booked for overstaying

    BHOPAL : Five Pakistani residents were booked allegedly for illegally staying in Bhopal on Saturday at Shahjahanabad locality. The accused were living even after their visa was expired last year.

  • Nitish Kumar bats for pan-India liquor ban

    Mumbai : Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Saturday proposed a “total prohibition” across India which, he said, will put the country on the path of quick development.

  • Speaker reconstitutes House panels

    BHOPAL  : The Vidhan Sabha speaker Sitasharan Sharma has reconstituted the Committee on Members’ Facilities, Committee on Government Assurances, Privileges Committee, Rules Committee and Questions and References Committee of the House.

  • Criminal case against Sonu Nigam in Pune

    Mumbai : After Pune police turned down complaint against singer Sonu Nigam’s tweet allegedly hurting religious emotions, social activists in Pune have filed criminal case against the singer in Judicial Magistrate First Class, Pune. They demand that Sonu Nigam should be booked for hurting religious emotions of people and creating enmity among people of different religions.

  • Tribunal orders BEST to give job to its bus driver

    Mumbai  : A former Brihanmumbai Electricity Supply and Transport (BEST) bus driver who had lost his vision and was terminated is asked to be reinstated in job by a Pune based tribunal that handles related with handicaps.

  • Gowandi police arrests two for murder of 80-year-old woman

    Mumbai : The Gowandi police have arrested two persons for house-break, theft and murder of an 82-year-old senior citizen who lived alone at Gajanan chawl at Gowandi (E). The incident occurred on March 24, this year.

  • Doctors to showcase dancing, singing skills

    Indore : Usually, doctors are busy in treating patients and do not get time for themselves. But, on Sunday many of them will challenge each other with their talent of singing and dancing.

  • Young architects devise a plan to rejuvenate Kasturchand Park

    Nagpur : In a bid to develop the monumental Kasturchand Park young architects from the Institute of Design Education and Architectural Studies and Smt Manoramabai Mundle College of Architecture has devised a plan. The Kasturchand Park is an historical iconic monument built during the British regime. The students earlier had submitted a proposal to Guardian Minister of Nagpur, Chandrashekhar Bawankule.

  • Nagpur celebrates Earth Day

    Nagpur : Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) & Green Vigil Foundation celebrated Earth Day 2017, at Children Traffic Park. The Earth day was celebrated with a conscious attempt to sensitize people about the environment and frugal consumption of Natural resources. The volunteers were seen informing people about depletion of Natural resources and requested them to use the resources frugally. And also, appealed them to change their mindsets and maintain basic hygiene and avoid