Free Press Journal
  • A Class In Cleanliness

    Madhya Pradesh government representatives receive the cleanest city prize for Indore under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Swachh Bharat  campaign from  Union Urban Development Minister Venkaiah Naidu during the Swachchata Sarvekshan award programme in New Delhi. While Indore bagged the first prize, Bhopal stood

  • 26 children saved from being married off in Jharkhand

    New Delhi : A frail but determined 14-year-old Rekha Kumari has emerged as a star in Koderma district of Jharkhand where within a week, as many as 26 minors, including 23 girls, were saved from being married off recently.

  • Bhopal: Audi Q Drive on May 6-7

    BHOPAL: The sixth edition of Audi Q Drive has been organised on May 6-7 by luxury carmaker Audi at Ruchi Lifescape, Hoshangabad road from morning 10 am to 6pm. With this programme, 35 such programmes in 30 different cities will be organised by the company where people will be able to enjoy the popular Q range – Audi Q7, Audi Q5 and Audi Q3 with Quattro technology, best style, sporty look and

  • PUCL decries Venkaiah’s ‘romancing Maoists’ charge

    New Delhi : The People’s Union of Civil Liberties (PUCL) on Friday questioned Information and Broadcasting Minister M Venkaiah Naidu for his “Romancing the Maoists” article in a newspaper.

  • Bhopal: V-Guard donates ambulance to Seva Sadan Eye Hospistal

    BHOPAL: Electrical appliances manufacturing company V-Guard donated an ambulance to Seva Sadan Eye hospital situated at Sant Hirdaram Nagar, on Friday. The ambulance is donated to mark its 40th establishment anniversary.

  • Bhopal: ‘Baahubali 2’ becomes highest Bollywood grosser of all time

    BHOPAL: Even a week after its release, the craze for ‘Baahubali 2: The Conclusion’ still continues. With no new film releasing this Friday, the film will continue to be screened in all 10 single-screen film theatres and multiplexes in the city.

  • Mulayam to head new, secular front: Shivpal

    Lucknow : Fissures in the Samajwadi Party (SP) on Friday resurfaced with senior leader Shivpal Yadav declaring that his brother Mulayam Singh Yadav will head a secular front to be formed by him.

  • Indore: Babus unwilling to shed VIP culture

    Indore: While politicians are busy in publicising their act of removing beacons and hooters from their vehicles, many of the administrative officials do not want leave the ‘VIP’ mark as they are still using hooters on their vehicles.

  • Indore: Man booked for demanding Rs 20 lakh dowry

    Indore: City police Thursday booked a man for allegedly harassing a woman for Rs 20 lakh dowry. The accused took their three children with him and threatened her of dire consequences if she returned home without money. Police are investigating the matter.

  • 2 killed when cargo plane goes off runway in West Virginia

    CHARLESTON: The pilot and co-pilot were killed when a cargo plane contracted by UPS went off the runway and over a hillside at a West Virginia airport on Friday morning, an airport official said. After crashing, the plane went down a steep, wooded hill and emergency crews were trying to reach the crash site from above and below, airport spokesman Mike Plante said. “It’s difficult terrain to negotiate,” Plante said. The Air

  • 9 killed, 45 injured as Afghan forces fire on Pak census team

    Karachi : Afghan border forces on Friday opened fire on Pakistani security personnel guarding a census team in the border town of Chaman in restive Baluchistan province, killing nine people and injuring 45 others, Pakistan army said.

  • Indore: Conference on excellence in research, education inaugurated at IIM

    Indore: Formal inaugural ceremony of conference on excellence in research and education (CERE) was held here on Friday. The four day conference began on Thursday with two pre-conference workshops conducted by experts. The conference will have more than 90 paper presentations by around 150 participants from various institutes across the nation.

  • China opposes US sanctions on N Korea

    Beijing : China on Friday opposed unilateral sanctions on North Korea by Washington, a day after the US House of Representatives approved a law granting more power to the executive to take such a step. “China firmly opposes any country’s imposition of unilateral sanctions on any other country according to their own domestic law,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang said.

  • US president meets Turnbull, declares ‘love’ for Australia

    New York : US President Donald Trump met Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and declared they “get along great”, following a testy phone exchange earlier that strained ties between the two countries.

  • Indore: Woman’s body found in water tank

    Indore: A married woman was found dead in a water tank in Dwarkapuri police station jurisdiction on Friday. No external injury marks were found on her body and police said that the exact reason of her death will be known only after receiving the autopsy reports.