Free Press Journal
  • CSA welcomes ICC’s new constitution and financial model

    Johannesburg: Cricket South Africa (CSA) has welcomed the  widespread and significant changes made to the ICC Constitution as well as the revised financial model for all member countries.

  • N Korea conducts rocket engine test: report

    Seoul, North Korea recently tested a small rocket engine, a monitoring group said today, after a US official had reportedly suggested the test could be a step to develop an intercontinental ballistic missile. The respected 38 North analysis group however said it was not clear whether the test, conducted at the North’s Sohae satellite launch site, involved an ICBM engine.

  • Bhopal: Axis My India’s Trust Index centre flagged off

    Bhopal: Axis My India, one of India’s largest crowd-sourced research firms has embarked upon an initiative called Trust Index which will gauge the true representation of what consumers in India prefer in terms of their day to day usage. Axis My India’s Trust Index centre was flagged off on Tuesday by Aditya Kumar – Regional Coordinator, AXIS MY INDIA from MP Nagar, which will now cover the length and breadth of Madhya Pradesh.

  • Mulayam meets Prajapati: SP chief supporting criminals is not new, says BJP

    New Delhi/Bengaluru: Outrightly condemning Mulayam Singh Yadav’s meeting with rape accused and former Uttar Pradesh minister Gayatri Prajapati at the Lucknow District Jail and assertion of a ‘false campaign’ being carried out against him, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Wednesday said that it was unfortunate that a senior leader like the former was making such comments, while also adding that it was the innate psyche of the Samajwadi Party chief to

  • First batch of pilgrims leaves for Amarnath

    Jammu, The first batch of Amarnath pilgrims left here for the cave shrine in the Kashmir Valley amid extraordinary security arrangements after intelligent inputs cautioned of militant attacks, police said.  The Amarnath Yatra begins on Thursday.

  • Bhopal: A pic’s worth a thousand words! But twitteretti don’t think so

    Bhopal: People generally put their profile pictures on some social networking sites mainly Facebook and Whatsapp just to share their identity, moods and latest pictures of places they have visited. Some of them do this to express their personal and artistic thought and disseminate some latest information among group people. Sometimes they do so just for amusement or may be, keeping themselves updated. Some people said they guessed the mood and personality

  • Bhopal: CM to present laptops to 18,000 students today

    Bhopal: CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan will be chief guest on the occasion in which meritorious students will receive fund for purchasing laptops under ‘Medhahavi Chhatra Protsahan Yojana’ on June 28.

  • Bhopal: Farmers to march from Mandsaur to Champaran

    Bhopal: Various farmers’ organisations of the country have decided to take out a Kisan Yatra from Mandsaur, where six farmers were killed in police firing on June 6, to Champaran in Bihar.

  • Amarnath Yatra

    Amarnath Yatra begins today; intelligence warns of attack

    Jammu/Srinagar, The annual Amarnath Yatra in Kashmir beginning today is facing a terror threat, according to an intelligence warning which has prompted the authorities to mobilise the “highest level” of security measures, including satellite tracking system.

  • Bhopal: NHRC probe makes little difference to life of SIMI under-trials

    Bhopal: The visit of a National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) team to probe the allegations of barbaric behaviour with 21 SIMI activists lodged in the Bhopal Central Jail has made little difference to the life of the under-trials. Their ordeal continues.

  • Bhopal: Need for water auditing stressed

    Bhopal: In our country government and people talk about water conservation and if we want to save water every village should have its own water audit report,” said Rajendra Singh a social activist working to save water, in the panel discussion organised at the conference.

  • Bhopal: State panchayati raj ministers’ meet held

    Bhopal: Ministers attending the conference of state panchayati raj ministers raised many issues against the ongoing panchayati raj governance, also suggesting many reforms in front of Union rural development minister, here on Tuesday.

  • Rs 27,000 cash looted from six passengers in train

    Warangal, Four unidentified persons today looted around Rs 27,000 cash from six passengers while they were travelling in general compartment of the Lucknow-Yeshwantpur Express, police said. Four unidentified persons offered beverages to the six passengers, who were travelling in the train, after which they fell unconscious, said Ramesh Kumar, Kazipet Circle Inspector of Police.

  • Bhopal: Attack on Saikheda police station: 222 booked

    Narsinghpur: After the attack on Saikheda Police Station on Saturday, following the death of Surendra Singh alias Saree, who was lodged in the local Central Jail, the police had booked the police station in-charge Sanjay Dhurve and constables Rahul Pathak and Kumud Pathak under sections 302 and 34 of the IPC to calm down the frenzied mob. But with the situation normalising, the police are now tightening the noose on those involved

  • Mumbai rain pictures: Same old story of heavy traffic, disruptions and water-logging

    Mumbai: Heavy rains, which lashed the city on Tuesday morning, caused major delay of local train services on the Central and Harbour lines. The services on the Central line were delayed by more than half an hour due to water-logging reported between Sion and Kurla stations from 5:57 am to 6:43 am.

  • Venezuelan Parliament attacked

    Caracas, Armed civilian groups have attacked the Venezuelan Parliament building after a clash between lawmakers and the military police of the Bolivarian National Guard (GNB), opposition legislator Julio Borges has said.

  • Meira Kumar to file nomination today for presidential polls

    New Delhi: Opposition presidential candidate Meira Kumar will file her nomination on Wednesday. The former Lok Sabha speaker is to file her nomination at 11 a.m. Prior to her filing nomination, Meira Kumar yesterday held a press conference, reiterating that there should not be one upmanship on caste for the post of President.