Free Press Journal
  • Teenager drowns in Kshipra

    Ujjain: A 17-year-old boy drowned in the Kshipra river, at Ramghat on Friday, the boy was accompanied by his friends.

  • US officer freed over shooting of Black motorist

    Chicago: A Minnesota police officer has been acquitted in the shooting of a black motorist whose dying moments were captured on Facebook video in a case that shocked the nation.

  • Andheri school asked to make way for Metro

    The alternate location is quite far and would escalate the costs. We have to shell out Rs 100 everyday for autorickshaws, complain parents.

  • BJP state chief’s ride with PM in metro a security breach: Minister

    Kochi : BJP Kerala unit president Kummanam Rajasekharan’s ride with Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the launch of the Kochi Metro on Saturday triggered a controversy, with a state minister alleging it was a “security breach”.

  • Pushpender takes bronze

    Taichung (Taiwan) : Indian wrestler Pushpender Singh bagged bronze in the boys’ 120 kilogram Freestyle category on the third day of the Junior Asian Championships here on Saturday.

  • Burglars’ gang busted, five minors among seven arrested

    BHOPAL : City police on Saturday claimed to have busted a burglars’ gang by arresting seven members, including five minors, from Chuna Bhatti locality here. The minors of the gang used to recce the localities to identify locked houses and inform the adult members who used to commit burglary later, police said.

  • Pansare murder accused gets bail

    PUNE: Samir Gaikwad, one of the accused in the murder of communist leader Govinda Pansare, was on Saturday given conditional bail by Kolhapur Sessions Court.

  • FIR against BJP leader for threatening UMC employee

    Ujjain : The local leader of Bharatiya Janata Party, Rakesh Khode clashed with UMC workshop in-charge engineer Sunil Jain. Khode allegedly threatened to kill Jain.

  • Posters against ‘traitor’ Kumar at AAP office

    New Delhi : Posters appeared on Saturday outside the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) office here demanding the ouster of party leader Kumar Vishwas, terming him a “traitor” and BJP’s “close friend”.

  • Centre approves Rs 35 cr for state cancer institute

    Mumbai : In a bid to provide a better treatment to the cancer patients across the state, the Central government has approved the first instalment of Rs 35 crore to the state cancer institute.

  • Onions create logistical problems

    SHUJALPUR : More than 60,000 quintals of onion has been purchased at the procurement centre here to date but still hundreds of farmers are reaching the town with tractor-trolleys laden with onions. The huge inflow is creating logistical problems. On Thursday, the procurement had to be stopped for want of space to keep the onion stocks.

  • Ronaldo tells teamates about REAL exit?

    Madrid : Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly told his national teammates that he plans to leave Spanish football club Real Madrid after being accused of tax evasion totalling 14.7 million euros ($16.5 million) by Spanish authorities.

  • FB ‘leaked’ moderators’ identities to potential terrorists

    The security lapse that was identified in November 2016 has affected more than 1,000 workers across 22 departments at Facebook who used the company’s moderation software to review and remove inappropriate content,

  • Nayab tehsildar booked for accepting bribe

    Ujjain: Lokayukta police arrested the Nayab tehsildar for accepting a bribe of Rs 5000 at Panbihar on Friday.  On the complaint of Dinesh Sarda, Lokayuta police arrested Anand Mohan Shirvastava. The police also arrested his colleague Nandupuri. The Lokayukta team was instructed by SP Getesh Garg to take the action.

  • Court relief for Tej’s fuel pump

    Patna : Bihar Health Minister Tej Pratap Yadav’s petrol pump licence was cancelled by the Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) on Saturday on allegations that he acquired the land for the pump “illegally”. However, a local court has stayed the order.

  • Aiming at putting Barkatullah University on world map: VC

    BHOPAL : “Innovation-driven education is what we strive for here at the Barkatullah University. We are committed to strike perfect balance between legacy of our university and modern university culture. It is our aim to ensure that Barkatullah University emerges as one of the leading universities, not only at the regional and national levels but even at the international level”, said Dr Murli Dhar Tiwari, vice-chancellor of the university while talking to

  • Narmada-Kshipra link projects epitome of corruption: AAP

    Ujjain: Organising head of AAP slammed Ujjain Municipal Corporation for supplying dirty water contaminated with industrial waste of Indore as Kanha river water gets mixed with the Kshipra making its water very polluted and non potable. He also condemned the authority for failure of Narmada-Kshipra link project due to corruption.

  • Russia start Confed Cup with a victory

    St. Petersburg : Hosts Russia started 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup campaign with a 2-0 win over New Zealand. Striker Smolov and midfielder Glushakov fired a goal each to take their team to a comfortable victory. After this match, New Zealand are now without a win in 10 Confed Cup matche. Earlier, an official opening ceremony for the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup in Russia was held in front of packed spectators stands of

  • NYT sues FBI to get notes of Comey-Trump talks

    New York : The New York Times sued the FBI, seeking a court’s help in getting the agency to turn over documents created by fired FBI Director James Comey after his conversations with President Donald Trump.

  • Won’t allow anti-India acts on our territory: Bhutan

    New Delhi : Bhutan has assured an Indian delegation led by Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) Director General Archana Ramasundaram that it will not allow anti-India activities on its territory.