Free Press Journal
  • Bijbehara encounter: Bodies of three militants recovered in Kashmir

    Srinagar: Bodies of three militants, including top Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) commander Junaid Mattoo, were recovered by the security forces on Saturday in south Kashmir’s Kulgam district where a gunfight took place the previous day.

  • Father’s Day 2017: Here’s what Father’s Day means to these telly actors

    Father’s Day is celebrated worldwide to recognize the contribution that fathers make to the lives of their children. On the eve of father’s day TV celeb shares about their father’s contribution to their life and proof them to be their real-life superhero!

  • Bhopal: Farmers’ leader ‘Kakkaji’, seven others arrested

    Bhopal: Farmers’ leader Shiv Kumar Sharma alias Kakkaji and his seven associates were arrested from Misrod on Friday while trying to block Jaipur-Jabalpur Highway (NH-12) on the call of Rashtriya Kisan Mahasangh. They were later booked under Section 151 of the CrPC. He was later released in the evening.

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    Mumbai: 23 BMC workers clear Class 10 exam, thank boss for motivation

    Mumbai: It’s always ‘better late than never’, even in clearing exams. This has been proved by the Mumbai civic body’s 23 class IV employees, including two women, all aged between 30 and 50, who recently cleared their class X examination.

  • Your daily horoscope- 17 June by Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:– You will get new opportunity to grow your business in new direction. This is a good day to initiate action on personal projects. Spend some moment with your partner.

  • Bhopal: RBI should support farm loan waiver: Scindia

    Bhopal: Congress MP Jyotiraditya Scindia wants Reserve Bank of India to support the demand for waiver of farm loans. Addressing a press conference here on Friday, Scindia said highbrow economists couldn’t take the country on the path to prosperity. They would have to understand that India’s was an agriculture-based economy and not all decisions could be based only on economic prudence.

  • Ranbir Kapoor on nepotism: Of course, it exists

    New Delhi: The debate around Nepotism in Bollywood just refuses to die! The latest one to comment on the issue is Ranbir Kapoor, who, while promoting his upcoming flick ‘Jagga Jasoos’ with Katrina Kaif via Facebook Live, was asked about his take on nepotism. Without giving it a second thought, the ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ star said, “Of course, it exists.”

  • Bhopal: Cong to stage Satyagraha at district, block levels

    Bhopal: The state Congress will now stage Satyagrahas at district and block levels to highlight the problems of the farmers. This was stated by Congress MP Jyotiraditya Scindia while concluding his three-day Satyagraha here on Friday. He said this had been decided by the Congress leadership after consultation. On the last day of his Satyagraha, Gandhian Subbarao also joined Scindia.

  • Mumbai: Sex racket busted , four arrested in Mira Road

    Bhayandar: The Anti Human Trafficking unit of the Thane (rural) police claimed to have busted a sex racket in Mira Road and rescued a teenage girl before being pushed into prostitution.

  • Mumbai: BMC planning to construct Jogging track along Tansa pipeline

    Mumbai: The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) plans to construct jogging and cycling tracks on the border of Tansa pipeline which is 39 km-long. A BMC officer said that they have thought of this innovative plan after repeated encroachments in this area.

  • Mumbai: ‘SRA project awarded to firm of CEO’s wife’ raises questions of conflict of interest

    Mumbai: In a shocking case, the controversial Slum Rehabilitation Authority (SRA) project at Ghatkopar was awarded to a construction firm in which the wife and daughter of Vishwas Patil, SRA Chief Executive Officer, are shareholders. An inquiry in the project has revealed that around 115 occupants were given houses on forged documents and documents of more than 30 occupants are still being probed.

  • Indore: 7-yr-old drowns in La Sagesse School swimming pool

    MhowA seven-year-old child, student of class 2 at La Sagesse school on Rau Harsola road, 5 km from here, drowned in the school swimming pool, while other children were saved on Friday afternoon. Attempts by all to save Anshul Namdev, living in Durga Nagar, Rau, proved futile.