Free Press Journal
  • britain to china in 20 days

    After covering 12,000 km, the first freight train which links Yiwu to london reached the chinese town on Saturday morning.

  • Decision to shift Eman to UAE a mistake: Lakdawala

    Mumbai : Muffazal Lakdawala, the bariatric surgeon who treated the Egyptian national Eman Ahmed for obesity, on Saturday described her family’s decision to shift her to a hospital in the UAE as a mistake. Eman, believed to be the heaviest woman in the world when she arrived for treatment at Saifee Hospital here in February, is going to be shifted to a hospital at Abu Dhabi. Her sister Shaimaa Selim had alleged

  • Bandra residents demand civic official’s arrest for demolishing holy cross

     The agitated Catholic community demanded in a letter to the Commissioner of Police, the arrest of Sharad Ughade (pic), the Assistant Municipal Commissioner of H-west ward. Calling it an illegal and deliberate demolition, the community stated that the act is blasphemous.

  • 30-yr-old man killed in Kurar

    Mumbai : A 30 year-old man was murdered at his mobile shop at Kurar in Malad (E) over a petty dispute over a mobile repair.

  • Yes, we made mistakes: Kejriwal after Delhi loss

    New Delhi : Grappling with a crushing defeat in the civic polls, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday admitted that his Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) made “mistakes” and that there was a need to “introspect” and “course correct”.

  • PM wants unanimity in President, V-P elections

    New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants the President and the Vice-President elected unopposed in the elections due in the next three months.

  • Bhopal: 108 staffers tonsure heads to protest new recruitments

    BHOPAL: Staffers of 108 Ambulance Services, on Saturday, got their heads tonsured to protest the new recruitments by Ziqitza Healthcare, the company running the emergency service in the state, even as health services remain affected in hospitals.

  • Bhopal: Core committee to lay down state BJP’s agenda

    BHOPAL: The BJP core committee for Madhya Pradesh, constituted by the national leadership of the party, will meet on Monday to review the working of the party organisation and the government.

  • Sudarsan wins gold medal at Moscow sand art c’ship

    BHUBANESWAR: Noted sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik from Odisha has won the jury prize gold medal at the 10th Moscow Sand art Championship. Pavel Menikov, the chief organiser of the event presented the prestigious prize at Kolomenskoye, Moscow, Pattnaik said in a statement. The event concluded on Friday. Twenty five sculptors from different countries around the world had participated in the championship on the theme – “World Around Us”.–PTI

  • Bhopal: RPF constables hurt in stray attack, accused held

    BHOPAL: Two woman constables of railway protection force (RPF) were injured after being allegedly attacked by one accused armed with sharp weapons on Friday late night near Bhopal railway station. The accused was arrested at the spot, the police said.

  • Revised allowances to central staff soon

    New Delhi : The Central Government employees may get the allowances at new rates from April 1 that were put on hold at the time of implementation of the Seventh Central Pay Commission recommendations in June last year.

  • Indian-American jailed for 5 yrs; loses US citizenship

    Washington : A 29-year-old Indian-American man has lost his US citizenship after being sentenced to over five years in prison for conspiring to illegally distributing male enhancement pills imported from China.

  • Bhopal: 37 students of school education department’s ‘Super 100’ clear JEE Main

    BHOPAL: This year, 37 students of school education department’s Super-100 scheme have cleared the JEE Main. This scheme is implemented at Government Subhash Higher Secondary School of Excellence, Shivaji Nagar. Apart from this, one student from Vidisha Government School of Excellence, two from Government School of Excellence, Basoda (Vidisha) and nine from Hoshangabad district and three from Government School of Excellence, Indore have cleared the exam.

  • First London-China train completes 12,000 km run

    Beijing : Laden with whisky and baby milk, the first freight train linking China directly to the UK arrived in the eastern Chinese city of Yiwu on Saturday after a 12,000-kilometre (7,500-mile) trip, becoming the world’s second-longest rail route.

  • IS claims Baghdad blast that killed 4

    Baghdad : The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for a bombing that targeted a police station in Baghdad’s centre, and Iraqi officials said the blast killed four people and wounded eight.

  • China deports US woman convicted of espionage

    San Francisco : An American woman convicted of espionage this week has been deported by China, a human rights group that campaigned for her release said on Saturday, removing a source of tensions between Washington and Beijing.