Free Press Journal
  • Jet blast shatters Indigo bus window, 5 injured

    New Delhi : Five passengers on-board an IndiGo coach at the Delhi airport sustained minor injuries after a window shattered, allegedly due to a jet blast from a SpiceJet plane approaching a parking bay.

  • Thieves break into locked houses

    Ujjain : Thieves broke into a locked house at Harihar Complex, Sanwer Road, on Friday and got off with cash and ornaments.

  • Rafa Nadal advances to 4th round

    London : Rafael Nadal defeated big-serving Karen Khachanov in straight sets to reach the fourth round at Wimbledon here on Friday.

  • Cong wants paper trail in EVMs

    Bhayandar : The process to update the electoral roll of the Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC) initiated by the State Election Commission (SEC) has elicited an interesting response from local citizens and politicians.

  • Now, China’s travel advisory for India

    Beijing : China has issued a safety advisory for its citizens staying in or travelling to India in the backdrop of the ongoing standoff between the troops of the two countries in the Sikkim sector.

  • Criminal attempts suicide in police station lock-up

    The mysterious suicide attempt raises a major question— how could he attempt to kill self inside lock-up and that too with an iron chain attached with his hand calf

  • J’Khand: Forensic tests show victim was carrying beef

    Ansari, a meat trader, was allegedly beaten to death on June 29 by a mob at the Bazaar Tand area under Ramgarh police station on the suspicion that he was carrying beef in his car

  • 36th NABARD establishment day celebrated

    Ujjain : The 36th NABARD establishment day was celebrated on Friday at the ‘Vikramkeerti mandir’ premises.

  • Lukaku’s £75 million transfer

    London : Manchester United have announced that a fee has been agreed with Everton for striker Romelu Lukaku’s transfer, subject to a medical and personal terms.

  • Small traders hit by GST, claims Cong

    New Delhi : Congress leader Kapil Sibal on Saturday said the GST was ‘goodbye to simple tax’ and not a ‘good and simple tax’ as described by the prime minister, stressing that it was good for the government and bad for the common man.

  • After Lalu Prasad, ED raids Misa Bharti’s Properties

    New Delhi : Keeping up the pressure on Lalu Prasad and a day after raiding several places in connection with a hotel scam, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Saturday searched the former Bihar CM’s daughter Misa Bharti’s residence in Delhi in an ongoing money laundering case. The raids were conducted at three locations, including her home in Sainik Farm.

  • Stringent arrangements for holy months at Mahakal

    Ujjain : Administrator of temple management committee (MTMC) of Shri Mahakaleshwar Temple, SS Rawat took stock of preparations at the temple for the months of Shravan and Bhadav (as per Hindu Calendar), which holds great significance for devotees of Lord Shiva.

  • Top militant in Dhaka cafe attack arrested

    DHAKA : Banned militant outfit Jama’atul Mujahideen’s top explosives expert, wanted in India in the 2014 Burdwan blast case, was on Saturday arrested in Bangladesh, a year after the deadly Dhaka Cafe attack for which he allegedly supplied grenades.

  • Junaid lynching: Main accused held

    Faridabad: The prime accused in the killing of Muslim youth Junaid Khan on-board a Mathura-bound train was on Saturday arrested from Dhule district of Maharashtra, the police said.